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A Popular History of Ireland: from the Earliest Period to the Emancipation of the Catholics



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  CONTENTS--VOL. II
  CHAPTER IV.
  SIR HENRY SIDNEY'S DEPUTYSHIP--PARLIAMENT OF 1569
  THE SECOND "GERALDINE LEAGUE"--SIR JAMES FITZ-MAURICE
  CHAPTER V.
  THE "UNDERTAKERS" IN ULSTER AND LEINSTER--DEFEAT AND
  DEATH OF SIR JAMES FITZMAURICE
  CHAPTER VI.
  SEQUEL OF THE SECOND GERALDINE LEAGUE--PLANTATION
  OF MUNSTER--EARLY CAREER OF HUGH O'NEIL, EARL
  TYRONE--PARLIAMENT OF 1585
  CHAPTER VII.
  BATTLE OF GLENMALURE--SIR JOHN PERROTT'S ADMINISTRATION
  THE SPANISH ARMADA--LORD DEPUTY FITZWILLIAM--ESCAPE
  HUGH ROE O'DONNELL FROM DUBLIN CASTLE--THE
  CONFEDERACY FORMED
  CHAPTER VIII.
  THE ULSTER CONFEDERACY--FEAGH MAC HUGH O'BYRNE--CAMPAIGN
  OF 1595--NEGOTIATIONS, ENGLISH AND SPANISH--BATTLE
  THE YELLOW FORD--ITS CONSEQUENCES
  CHAPTER IX.
  ESSEX'S CAMPAIGN OF 1599--BATTLE OF THE CURLIEU
  MOUNTAINS--O'NEIL'S NEGOTIATIONS WITH
  MOUNTJOY, LORD DEPUTY
  CHAPTER X.
  MOUNTJOY'S ADMINISTRATION--OPERATIONS IN ULSTER AND
  MUNSTER--CAREW'S "WIT AND CUNNING"--LANDING OF
  IN THE SOUTH--BATTLE OF KINSALE--DEATH OF
  CHAPTER XI.
  THE CONQUEST OF MUNSTER--DEATH OF ELIZABETH, AND
  SUBMISSION OF O'NEIL--"THE ARTICLES OF MELLIFONT
  CHAPTER XII.
  STATE OF RELIGION AND LEARNING DURING THE REIGN
  OF ELIZABETH
  BOOK IX.
  FROM THE ACCESSION OF JAMES I. TILL THE DEATH OF CROMWELL.
  CHAPTER I.
  JAMES I.--FLIGHT OF THE EARLS--CONFISCATION OF ULSTER
  PENAL LAWS--PARLIAMENTARY OPPOSITION
  CHAPTER II.
  LAST YEARS OF JAMES--CONFISCATION OF THE MIDLAND
  COUNTIES--ACCESSION OF CHARLES I.--GRIEVANCES
  "GRACES"--ADMINISTRATION OF LORD STRAFFORD
  CHAPTER III.
  LORD STRAFFORD'S IMPEACHMENT AND EXECUTION--PARLIAMENT
  OF 1639-'41--THE INSURRECTION OF 1641--THE IRISH ABROAD
  CHAPTER IV.
  THE INSURRECTION OF 1641.
  CHAPTER V.
  THE CATHOLIC CONFEDERATION--ITS CIVIL GOVERNMENT AND
  MILITARY ESTABLISHMENT
  CHAPTER VI.
  THE CONFEDERATE WAR--CAMPAIGN OF 1643--THE CESSATION.
  CHAPTER VII.
  THE CESSATION AND ITS CONSEQUENCES.
  CHAPTER VIII.
  GLAMORGAN'S TREATY--THE NEW NUNCIO RINUCCINI
  O'NEIL'S POSITION--THE BATTLE OF BENBURB
  CHAPTER IX.
  FROM THE BATTLE OF BENBURB TILL THE LANDING OF
  CROMWELL AT DUBLIN
  CHAPTER X.
  CROMWELL'S CAMPAIGN---1649-1650.
  CHAPTER XI.
  CLOSE OF THE CONFEDERATE WAR.
  CHAPTER XII.
  IRELAND UNDER THE PROTECTORATE--ADMINISTRATION OF
  HENRY CROMWELL--DEATH OF OLIVER
  BOOK X.
  FROM THE RESTORATION OF CHARLES II. TO
  THE ACCESSION OF GEORGE I
  CHAPTER I.
  REIGN OF CHARLES II.
  CHAPTER II.
  REIGN OF CHARLES II. (CONCLUDED.)
  CHAPTER III.
  THE STATE OF RELIGION AND LEARNING IN IRELAND DURING
  THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY
  CHAPTER IV.
  ACCESSION OF JAMES II.--TYRCONNELL'S ADMINISTRATION.
  CHAPTER V.
  KING JAMES IN IRELAND--IRISH PARLIAMENT OF 1689.
  CHAPTER VI.
  THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR--CAMPAIGN OF 1689--SIEGES
  OF DERRY AND ENNISKILLEN
  CHAPTER VII.
  THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR--CAMPAIGN OF 1690--BATTLE OF
  THE BOYNE--ITS CONSEQUENCES--THE SIEGES OF
  AND LIMERICK
  CHAPTER VIII.
  THE WINTER OF 1690-91,
  CHAPTER IX.
  THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR--CAMPAIGN OF 1691--BATTLE
  OF AUGHRIM--CAPITULATION OF LIMERICK
  CHAPTER X.
  REIGN OF KING WILLIAM.
  "I, A. B.,
  CHAPTER XI.
  REIGN OF QUEEN ANNE.
  CHAPTER XII.
  THE IRISH SOLDIERS ABROAD DURING THE REIGNS OF
  WILLIAM AND ANNE
  BOOK XI.
  FROM THE ACCESSION OF GEORGE I. TO THE LEGISLATIVE
  UNION OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND
  CHAPTER I.
  ACCESSION OF GEORGE I.--SWIFT'S LEADERSHIP.
  CHAPTER II.
  REIGN OF GEORGE II.--GROWTH OF PUBLIC SPIRIT--THE
  "PATRIOT" PARTY--LORD CHESTERFIELD'S ADMINISTRATION
  CHAPTER III.
  THE LAST JACOBITE MOVEMENT--THE IRISH SOLDIERS ABROAD
  FRENCH EXPEDITION UNDER THUROT, OR O'FARRELL
  CHAPTER IV.
  REIGN OF GEORGE II. (CONCLUDED)--MALONE'S LEADERSHIP.
  CHAPTER V.
  ACCESSION OF GEORGE III.--FLOOD'S LEADERSHIP
  OCTENNIAL PARLIAMENTS ESTABLISHED
  CHAPTER VI.
  FLOOD'S LEADERSHIP--STATE OF THE COUNTRY BETWEEN
  1760 AND 1776
  CHAPTER VII.
  GRATTAN'S LEADERSHIP--"FREE TRADE," AND THE VOLUNTEERS.
  CHAPTER VIII.
  GRATTAN'S LEADERSHIP--LEGISLATIVE AND JUDICIAL
  INDEPENDENCE ESTABLISHED
  CHAPTER IX.
  THE ERA OF INDEPENDENCE--FIRST PERIOD.
  CHAPTER X.
  THE ERA OF INDEPENDENCE--SECOND PERIOD.
  CHAPTER XI.
  THE ERA OF INDEPENDENCE--THIRD PERIOD
  CATHOLIC RELIEF BILL OF 1793
  CHAPTER XII.
  THE ERA OF INDEPENDENCE--EFFECTS OF THE FRENCH REVOLUTION
  IN IRELAND--SECESSION OF GRATTAN, CURRAN, AND
  FRIENDS, FROM PARLIAMENT, IN 1797
  CHAPTER XIII.
  THE UNITED IRISHMEN.
  CHAPTER XIV.
  NEGOTIATIONS WITH FRANCE AND HOLLAND--THE THREE
  EXPEDITIONS NEGOTIATED BY TONE AND LEWINES
  CHAPTER XV.
  THE INSURRECTION OF 1798.
  CHAPTER XVI.
  THE INSURRECTION OF 1798--THE WEXFORD INSURRECTION.
  CHAPTER XVII.
  THE INSURRECTION ELSEWHERE--FATE OF THE LEADING
  UNITED IRISHMEN
  CHAPTER XVIII.
  ADMINISTRATION OF LORD CORNWALLIS--BEFORE THE UNION.
  CHAPTER XIX.
  LAST SESSION OF THE IRISH PARLIAMENT--THE LEGISLATIVE
  UNION OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND
  BOOK XII.
  FROM THE UNION OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND TO THE
  EMANCIPATION OF THE CATHOLICS
  CHAPTER I.
  AFTER THE UNION--DEATH OF LORD CLARE
  ROBERT EMMET'S EMEUTE
  CHAPTER II.
  ADMINISTRATION OF LORD HARDWICKE (1801 TO 1806),
  AND OF THE DUKE OF BEDFORD (1806 TO 1808)
  CHAPTER III.
  ADMINISTRATION OF THE DUKE OF RICHMOND (1807 TO 1813).
  CHAPTER IV.
  O'CONNELL'S LEADERSHIP--1813 TO 1821.
  CHAPTER V.
  RETROSPECT OF THE STATE OF RELIGION AND LEARNING
  DURING THE REIGN OF GEORGE III
  CHAPTER VI.
  THE IRISH ABROAD, DURING THE REIGN OF GEORGE III.
  CHAPTER VII.
  O'CONNELL'S LEADERSHIP--THE CATHOLIC ASSOCIATION
  1821 TO 1826
  CHAPTER VIII.
  O'CONNELL'S LEADERSHIP--THE CLARE ELECTION--EMANCIPATION
  OF THE CATHOLICS


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