Ireland and Her Story by Justin McCarthy - 1903

Table of Contents | Chapter I | Chapter II | Chapter III | Chapter IV | Chapter V | Chapter VI | Chapter VII | Chapter VIII | Chapter IX | Chapter X | Chapter XI | Chapter XII | Index

INDEX.

BAGNAL, Sir Henry, and Hugh O'Neil, 65.
Beaconsfield, Lord, 5.
Blackwater, the, 32.
Brefni and Dermot, 24.
Brian Boru, 18; King of Ireland, 20.
Bright, John, 172, 180.
Bruce, Edward, and Scot­tish Alliance, 36.
Burke, Edmund, 99.
Butt, Isaac, 174.
Byron, 125, 150.
Carteret, Lord, 113.
Chamberlain, Joseph, 180.
Charlemont, Lord, 129.
Chesterfield, Lord, 116.
Climate and scenery, 4, 32.
Colonies and their Parlia­ments, 126, 183.
Commerce.RestrictiveLaws, 99, 114.
Cornwallis, Lord, 141.
Curran, John Philpot, 139, 144-
Danes, invasion by, 17; defeat of, 19, 21 ; their townsand harbours, 22,31.
Davis, Thomas, 159.
Denman, Lord, 161.
Dillon, John Blake, 159.
Duffy, Charles Gavan, 159.
Emigration, 147, 168.
Emmets, the, 143.
English rule and Irish re­sistance: Henry II. and the Bull of Authority, 25 ; Ireland conquered and annexed, 26 ; Henry's in­stitutions, 29; Norman barons and Celtic popula­tion, 31; Bruce defeated, 36; York and Lancaster, 40 ; Henry VII., 41 ; Henry VIII., 45; Fitz­gerald's rising, 50 ; Mary, 52 ; Elizabeth, 52 ; chronic rebellion, 53; Shane O'Neil's rising, 55, 58; devastation of Munster, 61 ; Hugh O'Neil's rising, 64 ; James I. and Tyrone, 68 ; Phelin O'Neil's rising, 73 ; Charles I. and Straf-ford, 80; Cromwell, 83; Irish driven "to Hell or Connaught," 87; Charles II., go; James II., 91; William of Orange, 92; Ginckel's victories, 92; Limerick treaty violated, 94; Anne, 101 ; George I., 109; Dublin Castle ad­ministration, 117; the " Patriot Party," 121 ; Volunteer movement and National Convention, 130; " United Irishmen," 134; George III. and Catholic Emancipation, 135 ; rising of 1798 suppressed, 140 ; Emmet's rising, 144 ; George IV., 154; " United Irishmen "and separation, 161; Young Irelanders and French Republic, 164; " Treason -felony," 164 ; rising of 1848,165 ; Fenian attempts, 171; "Man­chester Martyrs," 173; London explosions, 173; Phoenix Park murders, 178 ; Parnell Commission, 181.
Essex, Earl of, 66.
Famine, 162.
Father Mathew, 157.
Fitzgeralds: "Silken Thomas," 48; rebellion, 50; execution, 51; Lord Edward, 136, 140.
Fitzwiiliam, Earl, 135.
"Flight of the Earls," 71.
Flood, Henry, 123.
Folk-lore, 4; legends and ballads, 6; "Sorrowful Tales of Erin," 7; Fin-gal, 8.
France, Irish appeal to, 58 ; exiled Earls in, 71; French help for James II., 92; French Revolution, 134, 136; French expeditions, 137, 140; appeal to the Second Republic. 164.
Freeman's Journal, 123.
Fronde, 56, 61, 106.
Gladstone, 178. Grattan, Henry, 125.
Holmes, Robert, 164.
Home Rule movement: Isaac Butt's Leadership, 174; Parnell and Obstruc­tion, 176; first Home Rule Bill, 179; Liberal Split, 180; second Home Rule Bill, 182.
Irish People: Legendary origins of. 2, 7 ; the out­door habit, 4; charac­teristics, 5; the Irish abroad, 6, 78, 88, 96, 108, 147; early social condi­tions, 11; habitations and industries, 13 ; art and writing, 14; "O" and "Mac," 24; Norman-Irish, 34; Irish dress, 36, 56.
Johnson, Dr., 122.
Kildare, Earls of, 43, 46. Killarney, 33.
Kilwarden, Lord, 139, 144. King and Chieftains, 9, 11.
Land: confiscations, 29, 63, 76, 85; the old and new systems, 35; English settlements, 54, 62, 76, 86; effect of the new system, 100, 148; tenant v. landlord, 148; first Land Bill, 178; Land Conference, 184; Mr. Wyndham's Bill, 185.
Lecky, 129.
Limerick, Siege and Treaty of, 93.
Literary revival, 10, 158, 169
Lucas, Charles, 121.
Lytton, Bulwer, 151.
Meagher, Thomas Francis, 161, 166.
Mill, John Stuart, 101, 172. Mitchel, John, 161, 164, 166; Tipperary election, 167.
Molyneux: " The Case of Ireland," 114. Moore, Thomas, 7, 24. Mountjoy, Lord, 67.
Nation, the, 158. Nationalist party: division, 182 ; reunion, 183.
Normans and Irish, the, 31 ; the Geraldines, 34; assimi-lation, and laws against it. 32, 34. 36, 37, 39.
O'Brien, James F. X., 174.
O'Brien, William Smith, 161, 166.
O'Connell, Daniel, 147 ; and French Revolution, 150 ; Clare election, 153; trial, 160 ; death, 163.
O'Neil, Hugh, 64.
O'Neil, Shane, in England, 56.
O'Reilly, John Boyle, 174.
Ormond, Earl of, 46; dis­pute with Kildare, 47.
Pale, the, 45.
Parnell, Charles Stewart, 175 ; later days, 181,
Parliaments, Irish : of Kil­kenny, Dublin, and Drog-heda, 37, 38; Poynings' Law, 42, 92, 128; Per-rot's Parliament, 62; under Queen Anne, 102 ; Petition for Legislative Union, 105; Legislative Independence, 131; Union carried, 143 ; Repeal agi­tation, 151, 153 ; " Home Rule," 175.
Peel, Sir Robert, 153.
Perrot, Sir John, 62, 64.
Pitt, William, 135.
Political disunion, 18, 24,30, 31.
Popes: Adrian IV., 25;
Paul V., 72.
Protestant Nationalists, 51, 134, 175.
Provinces, the four, 23.
Queen's Colleges, 170.
Redmond, John, 183.
Religion, pre-Christian, 11 ; coming of Christianity, 15 ; " Isle of Saints," 17 ; churches and abbeys, 33 ; the Reformation, 51 ; laws against Roman Catholi­cism, 52,70, 97 ; sale of re­ligious liberty, 80; Crom-wellians and Catholics, 84 ; Tyrconnel's leniency, 91 ; Limerick treaty, 94; fresh disabilities, 97, 101; inconsistent intolerance, 102 ; the Protestant Dis­senters, 103; Chesterfield's leniency, 119; Irish fran­chise for Catholics, 131 ; Catholic Emancipation movement, 135, 146 ; Catholic Relief Bill passed, 154; Disestablishment, 178.
Roosevelt, Theodore, 89.
Round Towers, 13.
Rowan, Hamilton, 134.
Russell, Sir William, 64.
St. Patrick, 15.
Sarsfield, Patrick, 93.
Scots, 36, 57.
Septs, the, 12.
Slavery question, 156.
Smith, Goldwin, 74.
Spanish expedition, 68.
Spenser, Edmund, 32.
Stephens, James, 171.
Strafford, Earl of, 80.
" Strongbow," 26.
Stuarts, Irish loyalty to, 83.
Swift, Dean: '' Drapier's Letters," 109.
Swinburne, 173.
Temperance movement, 157.
The Times, 181.
Tone, Wolfe, 134; in France, 137 ; trial, 139.
Tyrconnel, Earl of, 70, 71, 91.
Tyrone, Earls of, 54, 6l, 71.
Ulster, 23; resistance to England, 28 ; English and Scotch companies, 78.
Union, the way to, 44.
United Irishman, the, 163.
United States; War of In­dependence, 128 ; Civil War, 166 ; Irish Citizen, 166; the Irish in, 168 ; Fenian invasion of Can­ada, 171.
Volunteers, the, 129; dis­banded, 133.
Wellington, Duke of, 154. Woman, position of, 12. Wood's coinage, 111.
"Young Ireland" Party, 158.

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