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NEW AND IMPARTIAL
HISTORY OF IRELAND,
By M. MʻDERMOT.
THE PERIOD ANTECEDENT TO THE CHRISTIAN ERA, AND
CONTINUED TO THE PRESENT TIME;
A VINDICATION OF THE EARLY ANNALS, AND AN INTRO.
DUCTION TO THE HISTORY AND ANTIQUITIES
16, GREAT WINDMILL STREET.
Accession of Queen Mary.—Marks of favor to her
Irish subjects.-Dowdal restored to his dignity. Young Lord Gerald created earl of Kildare.O Connor released through the solicitations of his daughter.-His return to Ireland the cause of alarm.-Servility of St. Ledger, who is'ngain appointed Deputy. Return of Dowdal.-Flight of Bate of Ossory, and Casey of Limerick. -Married Protestant Bishops deprived — The Earl of Sussex appointed Deputy:-Insurrections in Leix and 0 Fally Incursions of the Scots.—Mary concludes a treuty of marriage with Philip of Spain. -Bull of Cardinal Pole received by the Irish Parliament.-- The Catholic faith' re-established in
Ireland.- Acts for the civil government. —Meun. ing of Poyning's law.--Acts relative to Archbishop Brown.— No persecution in Ireland.-A popular story-War between O'Niall and O'Donnel.Sussex recalled, and his place supplied by Sir Henry Sidney, and the Archbishop of Dublin.--Return of Sussex to repress the violences of Daniel O'Briun.- O'Bruin created Earl of Thómond. Scottish adventurers' attacked by the Earl of Clanricard.-Intestine commotions during this reign.-Act' of barbarity towards the Sept of the Cavenaghs. Death of the Queen.