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Page 31 - known to be extant is an English translation made from the Irish in the year 1627, by Connla Mac Echagan, of Lismoyne, in the county of "Westmeath, for his friend and kinsman, Torlogh Mac Cochlan, Lord of Delvin, in that county
Page iv - genealogical ramifications of every colony that took possession of Erin, traced from this time up to Adam (excepting only those of the Fomorians,
Page iv - and Saxon-Galls, of whom we however treat as they have settled in our country), together with a sanctilogium and a catalogue of the
Page 42 - or the Wars between the Irishmen and the Norsemen in the middle of the 10th century.
Page 30 - are now widely spread through the midland counties of Ireland, especially through Leitrim, Cavan, Monaghan and Meath, where they are remarkable for their xanthous complexions, their vivacity, and vigour, They are evidently a branch of the
Page iv - of Erin; and finally, an index, which comprises, in alphabetical order, the surnames, and the remarkable places
Page 10 - who had not the means (of paying it) had himself to go into slavery,
Page 35 - from the Nemedians; for in a collection of MS. genealogies written in the year 1467, there is the usual pedigree of the Milesians, and at Sru son of Esru, the father of Eber Scuit, there is the following Sentence in Latin: