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FROM THE EARLIEST PERIOD TO THE YEAR 1245,
WHICH ARE A DOPTED AND EMBODIED AS THE RUNNING TEXT
A BRIEF ESSAY ON THE NATIVE ANNALISTS, AND OTHER
SOURCES FOR ILLUSTRATING IRELAND,
FULL STATISTICAL AND HISTORICAL NOTICES
JOHN D'ALTON, Esq.,
BARRISTER AT LAW, M. R. I. A., CORRESPONDING MEMBER S. A. S., ETC.
AUTHOR OF THE ESSAY ON THE ANCIENT HISTORY, ETC., OF IRELAND,”
HISTORY OF THE COUNTY DUBLIN;" MEMOIRS OF THE ARCH-
BISHOPS OF DUBLIN;" “ HISTORY OF DROGHEDA,”
ETC., ETC., ETC.
PUBLISHED BY THE AUTHOR.
[Price to Subscribers, £1.]
PRINTED AT THE UNIVERSITY PRESS,
BY MA, GILL.
BRIEF ESSAY ON THE NATIVE ANNALISTS, ETC., xiii, &c.
STATISTICS OF THE BARONY OF BOYLE.-Extent and Valuation, 1, 2,
Geology, 3. Coal and Iron Mines, 4-8. Mountains, 9. Lakes,
10-13. Bogs, 14. Rivers 15-19.
Parish of Boyle. — Extent, Value, and Population, 21-23. Town of
Boyle, 23–38. Its Church, 25-28. Other Houses of Worship,
Schools, &c., 29, 30. Bridges, 31. Abbey, 31-34. Succession
of its Borough Members, 35, 36. Rockingham and Lough Ke,
38-44. Memoir of the Family of King, 45-71. Casiols, 73, 74.
Erris Caves and Church, 75-77. Forts and Mounts, 79. Isselyn
Church and Graveyard, 80. Cromlech, 81-83. Weir's Monu-
Parish of Estersnow.—Extent, Value, and Population, 84, 85. Church,
85. Cavetown, 86. Moylurg old Castle, id. Pillar-stone, 87, 88.
Parish of Killummod. Extent, Value, and Population, 89. Church,
Schools, &c., id.
Parish of Killuken.-Extent and Value, 90. Population, 91. Succession
of Incumbents, 91, 92. Do. of Archdeacons of Elphin, 93.
Parish of Ardcarne.—Extent, Valne, and Population, 94. Geology, 95.
Church and Schools, 95, 96. Oakport, 96, 97. Memoir of the Fa-
mily of Mulloy, 97–114. Knockvicar, 115, 116. Ballyfermoyle,
115. Giants' Graves, id.
Parish of Tumna.-Extent, Value, and Population, 117. Church, id.,
and see post, pp. 282, 283. Cootehall, 118, 119. Forts, 119.
Parish of Kill-Bryan. — Extent, Value, Schools, and Population, 120.
Holy Well, 121.
Parish of Kilronan.—Extent and Value, 121. Population and Schools,
122. Church, 123. Old Church, Burial-place of Carolan, 123–126.
Notices of Carolan, 126-132. Book of Kilronan, 133. Holy
Well, 134, 135. Irish cry, 135–137. Alderford, 137, 138. Me-
moir of the Family of Mac Dermot, 138-151. Ballyfarnon, 152.
Keadue, 153. Kilronan Castle, alias Castle-Tenison, 154. Memoir
of the Family of Tenison, 154–163. Greyfield, 163. Iron Works
at Arigna, 164-166.
HISTORY OF THE BARONY OF BOYLE.—Chronologically arranged, 167–
283. Raths, 168, 169. St. Patrick here, 172, &c. Founding of
Abbey-Boyle, 178. Cistercian Abbeys, 179, 180. Roscommon con-
stituted a County, 196, 197. Perrot's Composition, 201. Dissolution
of Mona ies, Inquisitions, and Grants, 203, 204, 206, 207, 209,
228-239, 242-244. O'Donnel's Incursions, 211-227. Death of
Sir Conyers Clifford, 223, 224. Notices of the Family of Mapother,
234-239. Governing Charter to Boyle, 240, 241. Lord Strafford's
Commission, 246-248. Grants under the Act of Settlement, 251-
254. James the Second's Charter to Boyle, 255. Battle of the
Boyle, 261, &c. Notices of the Family of Weir, 266-273. Pro-
posed College at Boyle, 278, 279. Estates claimed in the Barony at
the Commission of 1700, 280. &c., &c., &c.
HER MOST GRACIOUS MAJESTY THE QUEEN.
HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE LATE DUKE OF SUSSEX.
Most Rev. Dr. Crolly, Roman Catho. | Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Calic Primate.
shel. Most Rev. Dr. Murray, Roman Ca- Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Kil
tholic Archbishop of Dublin. Most Rev. Dr. Slattery, Roman Ca- Right Rev. Dr. Murphy, Roman Ca. tholic Archbishop of Cashel.
tholic Bishop of Cork. Most Rev. Dr. Mac Hale, Roman Ca. Right Rev. Dr. Kinsella, Roman Catholic Archbishop of Tuam.
tholic Bishop of Ossory. VOL. I.