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Domhnall
Domhnall, In, Monarch Of Ire Land, A. D. 743, Had A Long And Peace Ful Reign. The Picts, However, Under Their King Cahasach, Made An Incur Sion Into Leinster, But Were Totally De Feated By The Troops Of That Province, And Their King Slain. ...

Dominick Augustine Hall
Hall, Dominick Augustine, An Able American Jurist, Was Born In South Carolina, In 1765, Of Irish Parents. He Adopted The Profession Of The Law, And Practiced With Success In Charles Ton. In 1806 He Was Appointed United States District Judge Of Orleans Terri Tory, Which In 1812 Became The State ...

Dominick Sheldon
Sheldon, Dominick, A Gallant Irish Patriot And Soldier Was Born About 1665 In Ulster And Commanded A Troop Of Cavalry In The Regiment Of Tirconnel In 1689. He Successfully Defended The Town Of Ardee Against A Large Force Under Lord Blaney And Served With Distinction In The War Be Tween ...

Don Patrick Lynch
Lynch, Don Patrick, A Fam Ous Commander, Both By Sea And Land, Of The Republic Of Chili, And Probably The Ablest Which The South American Republics Have As Yet Produced, Was The Son Of An Irish Emigrant Who Set Tled In Chili, And Who Acquired Wealth And Distinction As A ...

Dore
Dore, A Distinguished Naval Command Er In The Service Of The United States, Of Irish Descent, Was Born At Baltimore, Maryland, In 1759. He Was Bred To The Sea From Childhood, And Although Only A Mere Boy At The Breaking Out Of The Re Volutionary War, He Offered His Services ...

Dr Cronyn
Cronyn, Dr., A Prominent Can Adian Divine, And First Episcopal Bishop Of Huron, Ontario, Was Born In Kilken Ny, And Educated At Trinity College, Dublin, Emigrated To Canada And Was Stationed In London For Some Years. On The Division Of The Diocese Of On Tario, He Was Chosen Bishop Of ...

Dr David Roth
Roth, Dr. David, An Irish Divine And Philosopher, And One Of The Most Learned And Eloquent Men Of His Age, Was Born In County Kilkenny, Ireland, About 1570. He Finished His Education On The Continent And Became Professor And Doctor Of Theology In The College Of Douay, And Still Later ...

Dr Edward Walsh
Walsh, Dr. Edward, An Emi Nent Irish Physician And A Man Of Talent Was Born At Waterford, Ireland, And After Completing His Classical Education He Studied Medicine, And Graduated At Edinburg. He Commenced His Profes Sional Career As Physician On A West Indian Packet, And Soon Became Noted For His ...

Dr Frederick Ogelbey
Ogelbey, Dr. Frederick, A Distinguished Protestant Episcopal Di Vine Was Born In Ireland In 1814, Was Connected With Grace Church. New York, And The Church Of The Ascension, Philadelphia, And Was Held In High Re Pute For Learning And Eloquence. He Died In 1878. O'gormanhon, Richard, One Of The Most ...

Dr Geo Logan
Logan, Dr. Geo., An Able Ameri Can Statesman And Patriot, Was A Grand Son Of James Logan, First Acting Gover Nor Of Pennsylvania, And Was Born In Philadelphia Sept- 9, 1753. After Com Pleting His Preliminary Education He Studied Medicine In Edinburg, And Re Turned Home In 1779. He Served ...

Dr James Apjohn
Apjohn, Dr. James, An Eminent Irish Chemist, Was Born Sept. 1, 1796, In The Parish Of Grean, County Limer Ick. He Received His Primary Educa Tion At The Diocesian School Of Tippe Rary, Under Rev. Marshal Clarke, And Entered Trinity College, Dublin, In 1814. He Soon Distinguished Himself There, And ...

Dr James Doyle
Doyle, Dr. James, Bishop Of Kildare And Leighlin. This Illustrious Irish Prelate And Patriot Was Born In New Ross, County Wexford, Ireland, In 1786, He Gave Promise From His Earli Est Years Of The Great Powers Which Characterized The Mature Development Of His Mighty Intellect, The Proper Direc Tion Of ...

Dr James Jackson
Jackson, Dr. James, An Emi Nent American Physician, Was A Young Er Brother Of Judge Charles Jackson, Was Born In Newburyport. Oct. 3, 1777, And Was Educated With His Broth Er Charles At Harvard, Where He Grad Uated In 1796. And Then Entered The Office Of Dr. Holyoke Of Salem, ...

Dr Jno Gardner Robb
Robb, Dr. Jno. Gardner, Perhaps The Most Able And Distinguished Presbyterian Divine Of Canada, Was Bora In Belfast, June 27, 1833, And Was Educated At Queen's College, Where He Graduated With Honors In 1854, Taking First Place In Metaphysical And Econo Mical Sciences, In Logic, In Jurispru Dence, In Common ...

Dr John Hall
Hall, Dr. John, An Eminent Am Erican Presbyterian Divine And Writer, Was Born In Armagh, Ireland, July 31, 1829. He Entered Belfast College In His Thirteenth Year, And Although The Youngest In His Class, Took Repeatedly The Hebrew Prize. After Completing His Classical Course He Studied For The Ministry, And ...

Dr John Sterne
Sterne, Dr. John, A Learned Irish Physician, Was A Nephew Of The Famous Tlsher And Was Born In Meath 1622. He Wrote More On Theology Than Medicine, And Was Oue Of The Ablest Of His Creed In Ireland. His Son, Of The Same Name, Was Protestant Bishop Of Ciogher, Dr. ...

Dr Nathan Ryan Smith
Smith, Dr. Nathan Ryan, M. D., Ll.d, A Talented And Skillful Irish-american Physician, Surgeon And Scientist, Was Born In New Hampshire 1797. He Invented A Safe Method In Lithotomy, A New Suspensory Apparatus For Fractured Inferior Extremities, And Was Held As High Authority By His Pro Fessional Brethren In Matters ...

Dr P E Moriarty
Moriarty, Dr. P. E., O. S. A., One Of The Most Eloquent Of Catholic American Divines, Was Born In Dublin July 4, 1804, Received His Early Instruc Tion In An Academy Founded By His Father. In His Fifteenth Year He Enter Ed The Novitiate Of The Augustinians At Callan At ...

Dr Patrick Delany
Delany, Dr. Patrick, A Divine Of The Church Of England, Was Born In Ireland In 1686, And Died At Bath In 1768. He Was Educated At Trinity College, Dublin, And Was Chancellor Of Christ Church, And A Prebend Of St. Patricks Cathedral, And Afterwards Dean Of Down. He Was A ...

Dr Rutledge
Rutledge, Dr, John, Father Of The Celebrated American Patriot Of That Name, An Early South Carolina Physician Of Note, Was A Native Of Ireland And Emigrated With His Family To America About 1740. He Was A Sterling Patriot, Also A Man Of Culture, And Acquiring Considerate Means, He Sent His ...

Dr Samuel Finley
Finley, Dr. Samuel, A Distin Guished Scholar And Presbyterian Divine, Was Born A Armagh, Ireland, In 1715, Was Educated For The Ministry And Emi Grated To Philadelphia In His 19th Year And Continued His Studies ; Was Licensed To Preach, And Was Installed A Minister In New Jersey In 1740. ...

Dr Theophilus Mack
Mack, Dr. Theophilus, One •of The Ablest And Most Advanced Of Canadian Physicians, Was Born In Ire Land About 1820, And Came With His Father To Canada A Few Years After Wards. He Received His Education In Upper Canada College. He Took Part In The Patriot War Of 1837, And ...

Dr Thomas Leland
Leland, Dr. Thomas, A Divine And Miscellaneous Writer, Was Born In 1732; At Dublin, And Was Educated At Trinity College. In 1763 He Became Professor Of Oratory In That Institution. He Wrote The History Of Ireland, Life Of Philip Of Macedon, Adesertation On The Principles Of Human Eloquence, And Translated ...

Dr Thomas Stapleton
Stapleton, Dr. Thomas A Learned And Able Catholic Divine, Was Born In Ireland In 1535, And Educated In France. He B< Came Noted For His Con Troversial Writings And Was One Of The Ablest And Most Trenchant/lisputants Of His Day. He Became Professor Of Divin Ity At Louvain, And Died ...

Dr William King
King, Dr. William, A Celebrated Irish Divine Of The Established Church, ^ Was Born In County Antrim, Ireland, And Entered The Ministry As Chaplain To The Archbishop Of Tuam; He Afterward Was Bishop Of Derry And Archbishop Of Dublin. He Is Chiefly Remembered By Treatise "de Origine Mali" — The ...

Dr William Maginn
Maginn, Dr. William, One Of The Ablest Most Versatile And Witty Of Modern Literary Men, Was Born In Cork In 1794, Where His Father Conduct 3d An Academy. He Entered Trinity College At A Very Early Age And Graduated In His Seventeenth Year. For A While He Took His Father's ...

Dr William Robertson
Robertson, Dr. William, A Protestant Irish Divine Of Talent, And An Author Of Much Repute Among The Dis Senters. He Received The Degree Of D. D, From The University Of Glasgow. He Died In 1783, Greatly Regretted. ...

Dr Wm Higgins
Higgins, Dr. Wm., Bishop Of Ardagh, An Able And Patriotic Irish Pre Late, Was Born In 1794, And, Having Chosen A Religious Vocation, He Was Sent To The Continent To Pursue His Studies. At The Age Of 21 He Was A Professor In The Irish College In Paris, And Three ...

Dr Wm Warren Baldwin
Baldwin, Dr. Wm. Warren, An Able Canadian Statesman, Was Born At Knockmore, Near Cork, Ireland, •whence He Emigrated With His Father, Robert Baldwin, To Canada, In 1799. Our Subject Had Already Commenced The Practice Of His Profession In His Na Tive Land, But The State Of The Country After The ...

Drew
Drew, A Talented Irish Musician Was Born In Dublin In 1760 And Was The Son Of A Musical Professor, Became Leader Of St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin, 1783. He Composed The Music For Some Of O'keefe's Popular Musical Farces. Dr. Holton's Opera "the Contract" And Mrs. Atkinson's "love In A Blaze." ...

Dudley Costello
Costello, Dudley, A Talented British Author, Was The Son Of An Irish Officer, And Was Born In Ireland, In 1803. He Entered The Army At An Early Age And Served On Various Foreign Sta Tions, And Devoted His Spare Time To Literature, Art And Languages. He Re Signed From The ...

E Dwyer Gray
Gray, E. Dwyer, A Distinguished And Talented Irish Journalist And Pat Riot, Son Of Sir John Gray, And His Suc Cessor As Managing Editor And Proprie Tor Of The Dublin Freeman's Journal, Was Born In Dublin And Educated In That City. Mr. Gray Is A Bold And Fear Less Upholder ...

Earl Of Mayo
Mayo, Earl Of (richard South Well Bcurke) A Distinguished British Statesman, Was Born In Dublin, Ireland, Feb. 8, 1322, And Wa3 Educated At Trin Ity College, Dublin, After Which He Traveled On The Continent, And Pub Lished His Observations Under The Title Of "st. Petersburg And Moscow," 1845. He Sat ...

Earl Of
Earl Of, Was Born In Ireland About 1420, And Was A Most Learned And Polished Man. He Was Considered One Of The First Gentlemen Of The Age In ?which He Lived. He Was A Complete Master Of The Languages Of Europe, And On Different Occasions Was Sent As British Embassador ...

Earl Of_2
Earl Of, Son Of The First Duke Of Ormonde, Was Born In The Castle Of Kil Kenny, Ireland, July 9, 1634, Early Dis Tinguished Himself In The Great Rebellion, Was Taken Prisoner And Kept In The Tower For Several Months By Cromwell, Escaped To Flanders, Returned With Charles Ii. And ...

Earl Of_3
Earl Of, A Celebrated Irish Astrono Mer And The Owner And Constructor Of The Most Perfect Telescope Ever Built, Was The Eldest Son Of Sir Laurence Par Sons (earl Of Rosse), The Irish Patriot, And Was Born In The Year 1800. He Early Showed A Strong Inclination For Astronomical Investigations, ...

Eccles Capt
Eccles. Capt., A Gallant Soldier And Politician, Was Born In Wicklow, 1786, And Educated At Trinity College, Dublin, Where He Graduated B. A. In 1802. He Immediately Entered The Army And Served With Distinction Throughout The Peninsular War, And Was Promoted For Gallant Conduct At Corunna, Where He Was Twice ...

Edanus Burke
Burke , ^ Edanus, An Able Ameri Can Lawyer, Jurist And Patriot, Was Born In Gal Way, Ireland, In 1743, And Re Ceived A Classical Education. He Was Originally Intended For The Church, But His Own Inclination Led Him To The Bar. Being On A Visit To The West Indies ...

Ederskeal
Ederskeal, King Of Munster, And Monarch Of Ireland, Reigned At The Birth Of Our Savior, According To The Book Of Lecan. He Was Succeeded By His Son, Conare The Great. ...

Edmond Cantwell
Cantwell, Edmond, A Gallant Officer Of The Irish Brigade Who Went To France After The Treaty Of Limerick, In 1691. He Served Under Catenat In Savoy, And Participated In Many Of The Glories Earned By The Irish Brigades In France. On The Re-organization Of The Irish Brigade In France In ...

Edmond Prendergast
Prendergast, Edmond, A Gallant Irish Cavalry Officer. He Dis Tinguished Himself In Ireland In 1689 And '90, And Went To Fiance, After The Treaty Of Limerick, In The King's Regi Ment Of Cavairy, Of Which Sheldon Was Colonel. He Participated In Many Of The Famous Battles Won By The Generals ...

Edmond Tanner
Tanner, Edmond, A Learned Irish Divine And Doctor Of Theology Was Contemporary Of Richard Creagh, Arch Bishop Of Armagh, Among Other Works He Wrote Comment Ories On The Work Of St. Thomas, A. D., 1585. ...

Edmund Borlace
Borlace, Edmund, A Physician And Writer Of Considerable Talent, Was Born In Dublin About 1610, And Was Educated At Trinity College. He After Wards Settled At Chester, England, Where He Died In 1682. His Principal Work Is A History Of The Irish Rebel Lion ...

Edmund Burke
Burke, Edmund, One Of The Most Illustrious Of Statesmen, Orators, And Scholars, Whose Master Mind Ranks Second To None, Of Either Ancient Or Modern Times, Was The Son Of A Dublin Attorney, And Was Born In That City January 1, 1730. He Recived His Early Training In A Private School, ...

Edmund Murphy
Murphy, Edmund, A Gallant Of Ficer Of The Irish Brigade In The Service Of France In The Time Of Louis Xiv. He Served With Great Credit And Distinction And Soon Won Honor And Position By Gallantry And Good Conduct. Another Murphy — Cornelias — Who Was A Major Of The ...

Edw Marcus Despard
Despard, Edw. Marcus, An Irish Soldier Of Fortune, Was Born In The Queen's County, Ireland, About 1755, And After Perfecting His Educa Tion, Entered The British Army And Served With Distinction On Various Oc Casions. He Attained The Rank Of Lieut. Colonel, And Became Supt. Of The Eng Lish Colony ...

Edward A Hannegan
Hannegan, Edward A., An Eloquent And Able American Statesman And Lawyer, Was Born In Ohio, About 1800, Of Irish Parents, And Received As Good An Education As Those Early Times Afforded In That Section Of The Union. He Studied Law And Settled In Indiana, Where He Soon Acquired A High ...

Edward Bell Stephens
Stephens, Edward Bell, An Able Correspondent, And Man Of Letters, Was Born In Dublin 1797, Where He Was Educated, And Was For Some Time Assist Ant Professor Of Chemistry In The Uni Versity. He Went To London After Some Years And Devoted Himself To Magazine Writing, From Whence He Went ...

Edward Chandler
Chandler, Edward, A Native Of Dublin, Was Educated At Cambridge, And Became A Prelate Of The English Church, And A Controversial Writer Of Note. He Was Made Bishop Of Litch Field In 1717, And Afterwards Bishop Of Durham. He Was Author Of "a De Fense Of Christianity," In Answer To ...

Edward Donovan
Donovan, Edward, A Cele Brated Naturalist And Ethnologist, Was Born In Ireland About 1760, And From His Earliest Years Exhibited A Passion For The Investigation Of Natural Subjects. His First Publication Was A "natural History Of British Insects," In 16 Vols. London, 1702, "natural History Of Birds," 10 Vols., 1794, ...

Edward Hanlan
Hanlan, Edward, The Phenom Enal Canadian Oarsman, Was Born In Toronto, Of Irish Parents, July 12, 1855. Residing On An Island Near Toronto From Infancy, He May Be Said To Have Been Brought Up On The Water, And In His Sixteenth Year Was One Of A Crew In A Race ...

Edward Hudson
Hudson, Edward, The Most Em Inent Dentist Of His Day In Ireland And Distinguished For His Liberal Attainments, Was Born In Castlemartyr, County Cork, And Was The Intimate And Associate Of The Most Eminent Men Of His Day. He Belonged To The Celebrated Monks Of St. Patrick, Of Which Curran ...

Edward Hudson_2
Hudson, Edward, The Younger Cousin Of The Forgoing, A Skillful And Scientific Dentist And A Man Of Brilliant And Varied Talents And A Patriot, Was Born About 1776, In Dublin. He Was An Intimate Friend Of Tom Moore, Who Says Of Him, "that He Had Exquisite Taste, Both In Music ...

Edward Kavanagh
Kavanagh, Edward, An Able Irish American Lawyer And Politician, Of Maine, Was Born In 1795, And After Completing His Education Adopted The Profession Of The Law, And Was For A Number Of Years In The State Legisla Ture And Afterwards Represented His State In Congress From 1831, To 1835, When ...

Edward Kelly
Kelly, Edward, A Brave And Heroic Officer Of The British Life Guard, And Known As Waterloo Kelly, Was Born On The Curragh Of Kildare, About 1770. He Entered The British Army And Served With Distinction During The Peninsular Campaigns, Where He Gained An Enviable Reputation For Bravery. On The Afternoon ...

Edward Maturin
Maturin, Edward, A Talented Irish American Scholar And Writer, Was Born In Dublin, Ireland, In 1812, And Was The Son Of Rev Chas. Maturin, The Poet And Writer. He Received His Edu Cation At Trinity College, Dublin, Where He Graduated With Distinction. Edward Came To This Country In 1832, Bringing ...

Edward Rutledge
Rutledge, Edward, One Of The Most Eloquent And Eminent Patriots Of The American Revolution, Was The Son Of Irish Parents Who Emigrated To America With Their Family, And Settled In South Carolina Shortly Before His Birth, Which Happened In Charleston, South Carolina, Nov. 1744. He Receiv Ed A Classical Education ...

Edward S Dargan
Dargan, Edward S., An Emi Nent Irish American Jurist, Was Born In Montgomery County, North Carolina, April 15, 1805. His Father Was A Bap Tist Minister, Who Emigrated From Ire Land At An Early Day. His Father Dying When Edward Was Quite Young, He Left Him Little Else Than Lessons ...

Edward Wesley
Wesley, Edward, Bishop Of Kiklare And Leigenln, A Learned Irish Divine, Was Educated On The Conti Nent And Returned To Ireland After His Ordination, Where He Labored Amidst The Dangers Of Persecution. He Was Ele Vated To The See Of Kildare And Leigh Lin In 1685. Which See He Administered ...

Edward
Edward, A Distinguished Irish Officer In The Service Of Austria, And A Brother Of Count Richard, Was Born In Ireland, 1737. He Greatly Distinguished Himself In The Seven Year's War, And Also Against The Turks, And Rose To Be A General Of Ficer. In 1792 He Was Imprisoned For Writing ...

Eev Finis Ewing
Ewing, Eev. Finis, An Able Pres Byterian Divine, And An Associate Of Mc Oready In Advocating The Peculiar Branch Of Presbyterianism Known As The Cumberland Presbyterian Church. He Was Born In Ireland In 1773, And Like His Associate Was Famous For His Orator Ical Power. He Came To The United ...

Eithne
Eithne, Mother Of St. Columba Or Columbkill. She Was The Aunt Of St. Conan And Sister Of St. Feargue Or Virg Nous. It Is Said That Before The Birth Of Her Saintly Son, She Made Him The Sub Ject Of Constant Prayer, And That One Night She Had A Dream ...

Eliza Farren
Farren, Eliza, Countess Of Der By, A Talented And Popular Actress, And Celebrated For Her Great Beauty And Charming Manners, Was The Daughter Of A County Cork Surgeon, Who Also Had A Passion For The Stage And Appeared On The English Boards. He Was A Man Of Talent And General ...

Eliza Greatorex
Greatorex, Eliza, An Accom Plished And Talented Artist, Was Born At Manor, Hamilton, County Leitrim, Ire Land, December 25, 1820." She Came To The United States When Young, And Having Already Displayed Artistic Talent, She Studied Painting Under Witherspoon And Hart, New York, And Afterwards Went To Paris And Entered ...

Elizabeth Blake
Blake, Elizabeth, Nee Burke, A Lady Of Talents, Was Born In Lyaguin County Galway, Ireland, About 1780, And Early Displayed Exquisite Taste In Poetry. She Soon Became Celebrated In That Part Of Ireland And Her Poems Were Very Popular. ...

Elizabeth Hamilton
Hamilton, Elizabeth, A Lady Of Great Talents And Extensive Acquire Ments, Was Born In 1758 At Belfast. Her Parents Dying While She Was Yet Young She Was Brought Up Mainly By An Un Cle, Who Resided In Scotland. She Early Displayed Remarkable Capacity, And Soon Became Widely Known For Her ...

Ell
Ell, An Irish Patriot, An Elegant Wri Ter And An Ingenious Mechanic, Was Born In 1744, At Edge Worth Town, Coun Ty Longford, Ireland, Was Educated At Trinity College, Dublin, And At Oxford. Being Of A Mechanical Turn Of Mind He Spent Much Time ;in Experiments, And In 1767 Invented ...

Ellis
Ellis, A Distinguished Officer In 'the British Service, Was A Younger Brother Of Sir John And Colonel Of The 58rd Regiment, Born In Ireland In 1758, And Entered The British Service Aboui The Same Time As Sir John, And Was Equally Distinguished For Valor And Ability. He Rose Rapidly, And ...

Ell_2
Ell, An Able American Mathematician And Author,, Was Born In New York Of Irish Parents, In 1816, Graduated At Columbia College In 1834, And Continu Ed His Studies In Europe, Where He Resid Ed For About Ten Years. He Returned To New York In 1845 And Was Appointed Professor Of ...

Elmore
Elmore, (more Properly Aylmer,) Alfred, One Of The Most Distinguished Artists Of Our Day, Was The Son Of An Irish Surgeon, And Was Born In County Cork, Ireland, June 18, 1815. He Early Displayed Artistic Talent Of A High Order. His Father Removing To London When ?our Subject Was About ...

Emily Bronte
Bronte, Emily, A Sister Of The Foregoing, And The Loving And Loved Partner Of Her Work, Her Joys, And Her Sorrows, Was But Little If Any Inferior To Her In Genius. The Almost Uniform Sadness Of Her Life Must Bring Tears To Every Eye, And Every Generous Breast Must Feel ...

Eocha
Eocha, Riada Or Reuda, According To Bede, Was Son Of Conarell, Monarch Of Ireland. He Established The First Of The Scoto-milesians Colonies In Albania (scotland) About A. D. 212, And Gave The Command Of It To Kinta, His Son. The Venerable Bede Thus Relates It: "in The Course Of Time ...

F R S Robert
Robert, F. R. S., A Distinguished British Soldier, Political Economist, Legis Lator And Writer, Was Born In Ireland, 1780, And Entered The Naval Service Of Britain In His Seventeenth Year, As Lieu Tenant Of Marines, Rose To Be A Colonel By 1837, And Subsequently Served In India, Where He Distinguished ...

Feardadach
Feardadach, The Just And Feid Lin The Legislator Were Distinguished Among The Early Monarchs Of Ireland, B. C. 500, For Their Learning And Dis Tinguished Qualities, And Their Patron Age Of Learning, And Learned Men. ...

Feargall
Feargall, Grandson Of Hugh Iv, Monarch Of Ireland, A. D. 711. Dur Ing His And The Preceeding Reign The Britons And Saxons Made Descents On Ireland For Plunder. This Monarch Chastised Them As Did Also The Princes Of Ulster, In A Bloody And Decisive Bat Tle At Cloch, In Ulster. ...

Feargus Iii
Feargus Iii, And Domnhall Mon Archs Of Ireland A. D. 565. They Were Skillful And Brave Princes Of Ulster, And Having Defeated The Monarch Dermod, They Succeeded To The Throne On His Death As Joint Monarchs,. ...

Feilin
Feilin, Surnamed "rochtmar" A Monarch Of Ireland Who Ascended The Throne A. D. 130. He Defeated And Killed Mel, King Of Ulster, Who Had Usurped The Monarchy By Wresting The Throne From The Father Of Feilin (tuthal) Four Years Before. Feilin Established The Law Of "talion," Which Fixed A Money ...

Felithem
Felithem, Orfeltham Owen, An Irish Scholar, Wit And Philosopher, Born About 1600, And Whe Resided For Many Years With Murrogh O'brien Of The Royal Family Of Thomond. Feltham Wrote "resolves, Divine, Po Litical And Moral," Which Went Through Ten Editions Before His Death, And Which Has Received The Highest Praise ...

Felix
Felix, Bishop Of Lismore, One Of The Irish Prelates Who Took Part In A General Council Of The Church, Which Was Held At Lateran In 1179. He Was A Learned And Holy Doctor Who Edified His People Both By Word And Deed. ...

Fergus
Fergus, A Prince Of The Earnochs, King Of Ulster, And For A Time Monarch Of Ireland. He Disputed The Sovereign Ity With Cormac Ulfada, And For A While Was In Possession Of Tara And De Clared Monarch, But He Was At Length Defeated And Slain By Cormac, On The Frontier ...

Fergus_2
Fergus, First King Of The Scots Of Albania, Was A Prince Of The Dalraids Of Ulster (and Grandson By His Mother, Of Niall The Great). On The Successful Effort Of The Britons To Relieve Them Selves From The Oppression Of The Picts And Scots Who Overran Britain After The Withdrawal ...

Fiach V
Fiach V, A Monarch Of Ireland Who Ascended The Throne A. D. 73, And Was Killed With Many Of His Nobles In A Con Spiracy And Rebellion Of The Plebeians Of Ireland Whom The Law Excluded From All Part In The Government Of The King Dom, And Compelled Them To ...

Fich Thomas
Fich Thomas, An Irish Divine And Writer Of Note, Was Sub Prior Of Christ Church, Dublin, And The Author Of Local Annals And Other Works. He Flourished Early In The Sixteenth Cen Tury. ...

Field Padre
Field Padre, A Celebrated Irish Jesuit, Was Born In Limerick About 1550, Educated On The Continent And En Tered The Order Of The Jesuits. His La Bors Were Principally In South America. He Was One Of The First Three Jesuits Who Undertook The Conversion Of The Savages Of Paraguay, And ...

Fielding
Fielding, Rev. J. H. , A Celebrated M.e. Scholar And Divine, Was Born In Ire Land 1796, Came To The United States In 1814, Was Prof, Of Mathematics In Mad Dison College, Pa., Afterwards In Au Gusta, Ky., And Latter Was President Of St. Charles College, Mo. He Died In ...

Fielding_2
Fielding, A Talented And Popular Authoress And Traveler, Was Born In Ire Land (county Wexford) In 1805. Her First Noted Book Was "sketches Of Irish Character," Published In 1829, Which Was Followed By "chronicles Of A School Room," 1831, "the Buccaneers," A. Novel, "tales Of Woman's Trials," "the Outlaws," "uncle ...

Findley
Findley, Orfindlay William, A Distinguished Patriot Of Theamerican Re Volution And An Honored Citizen Of Penn Sylvania, Was Born In Ireland About 1740 And Emigrated To America Early In Life. Like The Rest Of His Countrymen He Opposed With Zeal, Eloquence And Determination The Arbitrary Claims Of The British Government ...

Flahertoch
Flahertoch, A Pious And Able Monarch Of Ireland, A. D. 727. He Punished Hugh Roin, King Of The Clanna-nialls Of Ulster, For. The Plunder Ing Of Churches In Ardmach. After A Reign Of Seven Years He Resigned The Crown And Entered A Monastery, And Spent The Last Thirty Years Of ...

Flan
Flan, Surnamed Sionna, Son Of Malachi, Succeeded Hugh Vii As Monarch Of Ireland. He Had Many And Desperate Battles With The Danes With Varying Success. The Danes Themselves In Conjunction With Irish Allies Were Engaged In Desperae Quar Rels. The Monarch's Authority Could "be Inf Orced Only By Arm, Whether ...

Frances Brooke
Brooke, Frances, Whose Maid En Name Was Moore, Was The Daughter Of An Irish Clergyman, Born About 1720. Her First Published Production Was A Periodical Called " The Old Maid, Which Appeared In 1755 And '56, She Wrote The Tragedies Of "virginia" And The "siege Of Sinope ;" Besides The ...

Frances Browne
Browne, Frances, An Irish Poetess Of Precocious Talent, Was Born In County Donegal, June 16, 1818. When An Infant, She Lost Her Sight From The Effects Of Small-pox, And Her Education Was Entirely Acquired By Hearing Her Brothers And Sisters Instructed, And From Their Reading. She Early Developed A Talent ...

Frances Power Cobbe
Cobbe, Frances Power, A Tal Ented Authoress And Writer Of Masculine Attainments, Was Born In Dublin In 1822. She Early Developed A Strong Penchant For Theological And Other Ab Struse Subjects, And Became A Great Ad Mirer Of The Philosophy Of Theodore Parker, Editing An English^ Edition Of His Works. ...

Frances Sheridan
Sheridan, Frances, Wife Of T. Sheridan, Whose Maiden Name Was Chamberlain Was Born About 1724 In Dublin And Was A Lady Of Fine Talent. At The Age Of Fifteen She Produced A Romance "eugenia And Adelaide." She Wrote "sidney Biddulph," A Novel, "nourjahad,"an Eastern Romance, And "the Comedies Of The ...

Francis Allison
Allison, Francis, D. D., One Of The First Scholars Of America In His Day, And Vice-provost Of The Philadelphia College, Was Born In Ireland, In 1705, And Received His Education In Dublin And Glasgow. He Came To America At An Early Day, And Settled In Pennsyl Vania. He May Truly ...

Francis Danby
Danby, Francis, An Eminent "british" Artist, Was Born In Wexford, Ireland, November 16, 1793, And Early Gave Evidence Of His Artistic Talent. After Practicing For Some Time At Home, And Studying In The School Of The So Ciety Of Arts, Dublin, He Exhibited His First Works Of Merit, In The ...

Francis Harper
Harper, Francis, An Able And Prominent Citizen Of Pennsylvania, Of Irish Descent, Was Born About The Year 1800, Received A Good Education, And Rose To Prominence By His Native Ability. He Was Elected To Congress In 1837, But Died Shortly After. ...

Francis Hastings Rawdon
Rawdon, Francis Hastings, Marquis Of Hastings And Earl Of Moira, Son Of The Earl Of That Name, Was Born At Moira, Ireland, And Was Educated At Oxford, Entered The Army At Seventeen And Was Sent To America In 1773, He Was Present At The Battle Of Bunker Hill And Afterwards ...

Francis Hutchinson
Hutchinson, Francis, A Phil Osopher And Writer Of Talent, Was Born In Ireland, Aug. 8, 1694, And Finished His Studies At The University Of Glasgow. For Many Years He Kept An Academy In Dublin, And Was Afterwards Pastor Of A Presbyterian Church In Ulster. In 1729 He Went To Glasgow ...

Francis Kernan
Kernan, Francis, An Able Am Erican Stateman And Lawyer, Is Of Irish, Descent; Born In Stuben County, New York, January 14, 1817, Graduated At Georgetown College And Adopted The Profession Of The Law, In Which He Has Acquired A Commanding Position. He Has Held Various Puhlic Offices And Was Elected ...

Francis Murphy
Murphy, Francis, A Noted And Eloquent Temperance Advocate And Methodist Divine, Was Born In Ireland In 1835; Entered The Ministry, And_ Soon Became Noted For His Eloquence In The Temperance Cause; Came To The United States And Made An Extended Tour, And Fully Sustained His Reputation Amongst His "evangelical" Brethren ...