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Liffechair Caibre
Caibre, Liffechair, Son Of Cormac Ulfada, A Learned Monarch Of Ireland In The Third Century. He Wrote A "history Of The Kings" His Predeces Sors, A Copy Of Which Was In The Abbey Of Icolm-kill In The 17th Century And Which Sir George Mckenzie In His "de Fense Of The ...

Ll D Leopold
Leopold, Ll. D., A Celebrated Ex Plorer And Scientist, Was Born At Dun Dalk, Ireland In 1819, And Entered The British Navy At The Age Of Twelve. He Accompanied Sir John Ross In His Arc Tic Expedition In Search Of Sir John Franklin In 1850, And At This Time Made ...

Ll D Nugent Thomas
Nugent Thomas, Ll. D., A Learned And Voluminous Writer, Was A Native Of Ireland, And After Completing His Education Traveled Extensively On The Continent. He Afterwards Settled In London And Engaged From Thence Forth In An Active Literary Career, Pro Ducing Numerous Works Of Great Merit And Reputation ; Among ...

Ll D Son
Son, Ll. D., A Talented Writer And Man Of Culture, Was Born In Belfast, Ireland, April 7, 1794, And Was The Son Of A Wealthy Merchant, William Emer Son. He Received His Education In Trinity College, Dublin, And Traveled On The Continent And In The East, And Met Lord Byron ...

Lld Kelly Patrick
Kelly [patrick, Ll.d., One Of The Most Distinguished Scholars And Mathematicians Of Great Britain Or Ireland, Was Born In Ireland In 1756, And Early Distinguished Himself In Col Lege By His Extensive And Thorough Mastery Of All The Branches Of Human Knowledge. He Resided And Labored Most Of His Life ...

Logan Olive
Logan Olive, (mrs. Sykes), A Sister Of Eliza, The Popular And Talented American Actress, And Daughter Of Cor Nelius A. Logan, Was Born In New York In 1841. Like Her Sisters She Too Made Her Appearance On The Stage, First In Philadelphia In 1854. She Went To Eng Land To ...

Lord Edward Fitzgerald
Fitzgerald, Lord Edward, A Celebrated Irish Patriot And Soldier, Was The Fifth Son Of The Duke Of Lein Ster, And Was Born At The Family Resi Dence, Dublin, October 15, 1763. He -was Educated Partly At Home And Partly In France. He Entered The British Army At An Early Age, ...

Lord Eph
Eph, Lord, The Most Illustrious Of Living British Generals, Was Born Near Dublin, Ireland, In 1833, And Entered The British Service As Ensign In His Nineteenth Year; Saw Service In The East, And Advanced Rapidly, By His Exhibition Of True Soldierly Quali Ties; Served With The 90th Regiment In The ...

Lord Rosse
Lord Rosse, A Distinguished Irish Patriot Was Born In 1758, Represented The University Of Dublin, And After Ward King's County, In The Irish Par Liament, Where He Distinguished Him Self As An Able And Popular Speaker. He Strenuously Opposed The Legislative Union And Supported Grattan To The Last. He Afterward ...

Lord Ton Copley
Ton Copley, Lord, A Distinguish Ed Jurist And Legislator Of Great Britain Was A Son Of Copley The Irish American Painter And Was Born In Boston, Mass., May 21, 1772. He Went To England With His Mother In 1774, His Father Being Already There Practicing His Profession. Our Subject Graduated ...

Lord Viscount Monck
Monck, Lord Viscount (chas. Stanley), An Able British Statesman And Governor-general Of Canada, Was Born At Templemore, Ireland, Oct, 10, 1819. He Received His Education At Trinity College, Dublin, And Was Admitted To The Bar In 1841 He Succeeded To His Title In 1849, And Entered The House Of Commons ...

Louis Edward Nolan
Nolan, Louis Edward, A Gal Lant Irish Officer Connected With The British Light Cavalry, And Who Was Killed By A Shell While Bravely Lead Ing His Company At The Desperate Eharge Of Balaclava. He Was Not Only A Brave But Also A Skilful And Scientific Soldier, And Held In Great ...

Louisa Stewart Costello
Costello, Louisa Stewart, A Talented And Accomplished Writer And Artist, Was A Sister Of The Foregoing, And Was Born In Ireland, In 1815. She Was With Her Brother On The Continent, And Afterwards In Paris, And With Him Studied Art And Literature. In Paris She Was Known By Her Excellent ...

Lowry
Lowry, A Distinguished And Gallant Officer, Was Born In Ireland In 1776. Entered The Army And Greatly Distin Fuished Himself During The Peninsula For Which He Received The Repeated Thanks Of Both Houses Of Parliament. He Rose By Gallant Services To Be A Gen Eral Officer And Was Governor Of ...

Lucan
Lucan, Earl Of (george C. Bing Ham), A Gallant Soldier In The British Ser Vice, Was Born In 1800 At Castlebar, Ireland, And Is Of The Same Family As The Celebrated Irish Patriot, Patrick Sarsfield. Our Subject Early Entered The Army, And Became Colonel Of The 17th Lancers. He Commanded ...

Lucas Taaffe
Taaffe, Lucas, A Major-general In The British Army, Was Born In Ire Land Of An Ancient Family, And Was Ap Pointed Governor Of Ross. In 1649 He Gallantly Defended That Place Against Cromwell, And Was An Ardent Support Er Of The House Of Stuart. He Was Subsequently Obliged To Expatriate ...

Lugadh Laighis
Lugadh-laighis, A Celebrated Soldier Of The Province Of Leinster, Was Born About A. D. 100. He Defeated The King Of Munster In Several Bloody Encounters And Compelled "him To Sue For Peace. He Was Rewarded By Large Tracts Of Lands In The Queen's Connty, Which His Descendants, The O'mordhais Or ...

Luke P Poland
Poland, Luke P., An Eminent American Jurist Was Of Irish Descent, Born In Vermont In 1815, Received An Academic Education, Was Admitted To The Bar At The Age Of Twenty-one, Soon Distinguished Himself By His Ability And Was Elected To Prominent Positions In The Line Of His Profession. In 1848 ...

Lyon Matthew
Lyon. Matthew, An Able And Distinguished American Patriot And Statesman, W13s Born In County Wick Low, Ireland, In 1746, And Emigrated To America With His Parents In 1759. He Received A Fair Education Which He Im Proved By Observation And Study, And Was Early A Strong Opposer To British Claims. ...

M D Ll D
Shelton, M. D... Ll. D., D. C. L., One Of The Most Learned And Versatile Of Modern Literary Men, Was Born In Ire Land, June 22, 1809. He Studied Medi Cine, But Never Practiced It. He Settled Afterwards In London, And Became One Of The Most Prominent Journalists And Writers ...

M Dunlop
Dunlop, M., The First American Journalist Who Edited And Published A Daily Paper — The "pennsylvania Pack Et," And Who Also Printed The Declar Ation Of Independence, Was A Native Of Ireland, Having Emigrated To Pennsyl Vania To Escape From The Troubles Which Surrounded The Independent Thinker And Writer At ...

M Fitzgerald
Fitzgerald, M., An Aged Irish Hero Of The American Revolution Whose Name Is Worthy Of Record, And Whose Zeal And Disinterestedness In The Cause Of American Liberty Was Indicative Of The Entire Irish Element In The Colonies, And Of The Inspiration And Force Which They Gave To It. The Historian ...

M Rochford
Rochford, M., An Irish Patriot And Diplomat, Was A Member Of The Irish Catholic Confederate Chieftains Of 1642 And Distinguished Himself In Both Civil And Military Capacities In The Cause Of His Country And Religious Lib Erty. He Went To France As The Embas Sador Of The Irish Cause And ...

M T Noris
Noris, M. T., A Celebrated Italian Author And Dramatist, Was The Son Of Irish Parents, And Probably A Brother Of The Cardinal Of That Name, Was Born In Venice About 1640. He Acquired Distinction As An Elegant Writer And A Popular And Witty Dramatist. He Died In 1710. ...

Mac Amalgaidh Amergin
Amergin, Mac. Amalgaidh, Or Son Of Amalgaidth, An Irish Writer And Legal Scholar Of The Seventh Century, Who Flourished During The Reign Of King Finghin, Of Munster. He Published A Treatise On The Privileges And Punish Ments Of The Different Ranks Of Society, A Copy Of Which Is Amongst The ...

Mac Conn Lugiialdhe
Mac Conn-lugiialdhe, A Cele Brated Monarch Of Ireland, Was A Nephew Of Art And Son Of Save, After Wards Wife Of Oilioll Olum, King Of Munster. He Was At First Only A Judge Of The Province Of Ulster, And Was De Prived Of His Office By Art, The Monarch. He ...

Mac Culinan Cormac
Cormac, Mac Culinan, King Of Munster, And Bishop Of Cashel, Was A Learned And Munificent Prince. He Wrote The Psalter Of Cashel In The Scotic' Language, And Was Celebrated For Every Quality That Might Adorn A Prince And Bishop. His Death Took Place A. D., 903. ...

Mac Cullinak Cormac
Mac Cullinak Cormac, A Celebrated Irish Prelate, King And Author Who Flourished In The Early Part Of The Tenth Century. He Was King Of Muns Ter And Archbishop Of Cashel, And Also The Author Of The Famous "psalter Of Cashel," One Of The Best Known Of The Early Irish Mss. ...

Mac Geoghegan Chas
Mac Geoghegan Chas., One Of A Distinguished Line Of Irish Patriots And Soldiers, Was A Native Of West Meath. He Learned The Art Of War In France And With His Father And Six Brothers He Fought With Distinction Agains William Of Orange In Ireland. Five Of The Brothers Fell In ...

Mac
Mac Geoghegan,richard,the Heroic Defender Of The Castle Of Dun Boy, And A Fit Companion Of Leonidas, The Spartan, Was One Of The Irish Chief Tans Who Fought Under O'neill, Prince Of Tyrone, And O'donnell, Prince Of Tyrconnell. This Castle Was On The Coast Of Munster And Important As A Means ...

Macklin Charles
Macklin Charles, (whose Real Name Was Mclaughlin), An Eminent Ac Tor And Dramatist, Was Born May 1st, 1690, In The Camp Of James Ii., In The North Of Ireland, His Father Having Attached His /orunes To That Embecile, His Wife Followed Him To Camp And En Dured Its Privations Rather ...

Maclugheir Dubtach
Dubtach, Maclugheir, A Cele Brated Irish Poet Or Bard Of The Time Of St. Patrick, Whom Ware Styles "poeta Egregius Hibernicus." He Was Con Verted By St. Patrick To Christianity, And Afterwards Devoted His Talents To The Praises Of God And His Saints. ...

Madden
Madden), One Of The Ablest And Most Prolific Of The Female Writers Of America, Was Born At Cootehill, County Cavan, Ireland, Dec. 81, 1820. The Death Of Her Father Hastened By Pecun Iary Troubles Which Reduced His Family From Competency To Comparitive Indi Gence, Induced Our Subject To Emigrate, Which ...

Maginnis Martin
Maginnis Martin, An Able And Prominent Politician Of Montana, Was Born In Wayne County, New York Of Irish Parents October 27, 1840, And Re Moved With His Parents To Minnesota When A Child, Where He Received His Education, Leaving Hamline University Before Completing His Course To Take Editorial Charge Of ...

Maguire
Maguire (or Mac Guire) Conn Prince Of Fermanagh, One Of The Ablest And Most Distinguished Of The Irish Con Federate Chieftains. He Early Took Up Arms In The Cause Of His Country And Religious Liberty, And Ably Supported O'neill And O'donnell In Their Long And Desperate Struggle, He Battled By ...

Maj Gek Hugh Waddell
Waddell, Maj. Gek Hugh, A Prominent Irish Colonial Officer And Patriot, Prior To The Revolution, Who Settled In North Carolina, And Distin Guished Himself In The Military Enter Prises Of The Colony. He, Like The Rest Of His Race, Who Were Numerous In That Settlement, Early Opposed British Dom Inition. ...

Malachi Ii
Malachi Ii., Monarch Of Ireland, A. D. 980. This Prince Commenced His Career In A Manner Glorious To Himself And Full Of Hope For His Country. He Defeated The Danes In A Memorable Bat Tle At Tara, In Which 8,000 Of Them With The Son Of Iheir King And Many ...

Malachi Macaed
Macaed,malachi, Archbishop Of Tuam In 1313. He Was A Man Of Profound Erudition. He Wrote Works Religious And Historical In Irish, Accord Ing To Ware Who Saw The Manuscripts. He Lived To A Great Age, And Was Suc Ceeded By Thomas O'carrol. ...

Malachi
Malachi, King Of East Meath, Afterwards And Monarch Of Ireland, A. D. 840, Was Nephew Of Conquovar, The Monarch. He Defeated The Danes In Two Bloody Battles, In Which They Lost Upwards Of 2,500 Men, With Saxold Their Leader. Turgesius, Son Of The King Of Denmark, Who Was Head Or ...

Malone Edmund
Malone Edmund, A'well Known And Talented Editor And Commentator Of Shakespeare, Was The Son Of An Irish Judge, And Was Born At Dublin In 1741; Entered Trinity College, Dublin, And After Completing His Education He Was Called To The Bar In 1767. But The Bent I Held Continuously Until 1850, ...

Marchioness Of Wellesley
Wellesley, Marchioness Of, Wife Of Richard Colley, W. Was A Grand-daughter Of Chajles Carroll, Of Carrollton, And Daughter Of Richard Caton, Esq., Maryland. She Was Mar Ried To The Marquis In 1825, And Was Noted For Her Beauty And Accomplish Ments. She Died In 1853. ...

Margaret F Buchanan
Buchanan, Margaret F., (mrs. M. F. Sullivan) One Of The Most Distinguished Female Writers Of America, Equally Able As A Journalist And Mis Cellaneous Writer, Was Born In County Tyrone, Ireland, In 1846, And Emigrated With Her Mother To The United States, When She Was About Five Years Old, Settling ...

Margaret Haughery
Haughery, Margaret, A No Ted Philanthropist And Woman Of Great Energy, Enterprise And Resources, Was Born In Ireland And Came To The United States At An Early Age With Her Parents, Whom She Lost When A Child, Leaving Her Without Any Means. She Was Taken By An Aunt Mrs. Richards ...

Maria Edgeworth
Edgeworth,' Maria, One Of The Most Talented And Popular Of Female Writers, Was The Daughter Of Richard Lovell Edgeworth, An Irish Patriot And Author, And Was Born On New Years Day, 1767, In Berkshire, England, Where Her Father For A Time Resided. Her Father Having Succeeded To The Family Estates ...

Marianus Gorman
Gorman, Marianus, In Irish Divine And Writer Of The Eleventh Cen Tury. He Was Tne Author Of A "martyr Ology," Which Was First Translated Into English In 1827, By Conall Maegeog Hegan. ...

Marianus Scotus
Scotus, Marianus A Celebrated Chronicler, Or Historian And Scholar Of The Eleventh Century, Was A Native Of Ulster And Was Born Early In That Cen Tury. After Becoming Master Of The Learning Of His Day, About 1056, He, Like So Many Of His Countrymen, Went To The Continent To Spread ...

Marquis Dufferin
Dufferin, Marquis Of, An Able And Distinguished British Statesman And Diplomat, Is The Head Of The Irish House Of Dufferin And Claneboyne Of Ballyleidy, In The County Of Down, Ireland, His Mother Being One Of The Accomplished Sheridan Sisters, Cele Brated For Their Beauty. Our Subject Was Partially Educated At ...

Marshal Bugeaud
Bugeaud, Marshal, An Able And Celebrated French Marshal, And Dis Tinguished As An Original Tactician, Was Of Irish Descent By His Mother, A Daughter Of Count Dillon, Born At Limoges, France, In 1784. After A Varied, But Distinguished Career On The Continent, He Was, In 1840, Appointed Governor General Of ...

Marshal Francis Taaffe
Taaffe, Marshal Francis, Third Earl Of Carlingford And Uncle Of The Celebrated Count' Taaffe Of The Ger Man Empire, Was Born In The County Sligo, Ireland, About 1640, And Was Gent In His Youth To Ulmutz To Prose Cute His Studies. He Early Became One Of The Pages Of Honor ...

Marshal Hugh Gough
Gough, Marshal Hugh Vi Count A Distinguished "british" Gener Al Was Born At Woodstown, Ireland, November 3, 1779. He Entered The Army When A Mere Boy, And First Saw Service Against The Dutch, At The Cape Of Good Hope, And Then Served In The West Indies. In 1809 He Was ...

Marshal Lesley
Lesley, Marshal, Duke Of, One Of The Greatest And Most Illustrious Of Modern Generals, Was Born At Dargan Castle, County Of Meath, Ireland, May 1, 1709. His Father Was Lord Morn Ington, And The Family Was An Old One Of Both Norman And Ancient Irish Descent. This Generation Of The ...

Marshal Peter Lacy
Lacy, Marshal Peter, Count •de, One Of The Mof T Distinguished Gen Erals Of His Age, Was Born In Ireland In 1678, And At *an Early Age Engaged In Attempts To Relieve His Country Of Its Heartless Oppressors. His First Foreign Service Was In France, Whither So Many Of His ...

Martin Archer Shee
Shee, Martin. Archer, A Talented Artist And Poet Was Born In Ire Land, About 1770, And Was Educated In The Art Schools In Dublin Under West And Others. He Early Exhibited Mark Ed Talents And Invariably Took All The Medals For Which He Competed. He Went To England While Yet ...

Martin Barry
Barry, Martin, An Eminent Physiologist, Was Of Irish Descent, Born In England In 1802, And Was Best Known By His Discoveries In Embryology. He Was The Author Of A Number Of Works On Physiology And Kindred Subjects, All Of Which Are Of High Repute. He Died In 1855. ...

Martin Beatty
Beatty, Martin, A Prominent And Talented Kentuckian, Was A Native Of Ulster, Ireland, And Came To Ken Tucky At An Early Day, Rose By His Tal Ents And Industry And Represented That State In The Twenty-second Congress. ...

Martin Madan
Madan, Martin, A Protestant Divine, Was Born In The North Of Ireland About 1726 And Was Educated For The Bar, Went To England And Shortly Af Terwards Took Orders And Became A Very Popular Preacher At The Lock Chapel. In 1781 He Drew Upon Himself A Host Of Assailants By ...

Mary Ann Browne
Browne, Mary Ann., (mrs, James Gray) A Talented Poetess And Writer, Was Born Sept, 24, 1812, Of Irish Parents, In Berkshire. She Early Developed Poetic Talent, And Before She Was 15 Years Of Age, Published A Vol Ume, "mont Blanc And Other Poems." This Was Followed By "ada," In 1828, ...

Mary Cusack
Cusack, Mary, (sister Mary Frances Clare), A Talented And Patriotic Irish Reigieuse. Historian And Writer, Was Born In Dublin, In 1832. She Re Ceived The Usual Training Of An English Boarding-school, And As She Said Her Self, "graduated With The Usual Accom Plishments, Without One Particle Of Solid Instruction." She ...

Mary Delany
Delany, Mary, Wife Of Dr. Patrick, And Daughter Of Lord Lans Down — An Ancient Norman-irish Fami Ly. She Was A Lady Of Rare Talent And Accomplishments, And An Intimate Friend Of The Celebrated Madam D'aub Ly, And Was Born About 1710. Mrs. De Lainy Was A Great Friend And ...

Mary Molesworth Monck
Monck, Mary Molesworth, Daughter Of Lord Molesworth, A Lady Of Distinguished Ability And Culture, Was Born At Her Father's Seat Near Dublin, And Became Celebrated For Her Linguistic Tal Ents, Great Accomplishments And Poeti Cal Genius. She Was Master Of Latin, And Of All The Modern Latin Tongues In Which ...

Mary Stuart
Stuart, Mary, A Young Hero Ine Of The Noble House Of O'donnel, The Daughter Of Rory, Prince Of Tyr Connel, Was Born In England Whence Her Mother Had Been Sent A Hostage In 1605, After Her Husband Was Obliged To Fly To The Continent From The Conspiracy Of Cecil. The ...

Mason Jones
Jones, Mason, A Brilliant Irish, Orator Was Born About 1835, And Reciv Ed His Education At The Dublin Univer Sity, Where He Became Noted For His Or Atorical Powers. He Served In The Ital Ian War Against Austria, Which Resulted In The Unification Of Italy. He Travelled Through The United ...

Mathew Carey
Carey, Mathew, An Irish Pa Triot And Author, And A Distinguished Political Economist, Was A Son Of Win. P. Carey, The Irish Patriot, And Was Born In Dublin Jan. 28, 1760. He Re Ceived As Good An Education As The Academic Schools Of His Native City Af Forded, And At ...

Mathew Concanen
Concanen, Mathew, A> Talen Ted Journalist And Author, Was Born In Ireland Towards The End Of The Seven Teenth Century, And Was Bred To The Bar. He, However, Had A Stronger Penchant For Literature, And Removed To London In Company With A Mr. Sterling To Carve Out Fame And Fortune. ...

Mathew Thornton
Thornton, Mathew, A Distin Guished Patriot Of Ihe American Revo Lution, And One Of The Signers Of The Declaration Of Independence, Was Born In Ireland, About 1714, And When About Three Years Old. Emigrated To America With His Parents, Who Finally Took Up Their Residence In Worcester, Massachu Setts. After ...

Matilda Heron
Heron, Matilda, A Celebrated American Emotional Actress, Was Born In Londonderry, Ireland, December 1, 1830. She Made Her First Appearance On The Stage At The Walnut-street Thea Ter, Philadelphia, Feb. 17, 1851, As Bi Anca In "fazio," And Made A Starring Tour Of The States In 1855-6. She Ap Peared ...

Matthew Young
Young, Matthew, D. D., An Able Irish Mathematician Was Born In Roscommon, Ireland, 1750. Educated At Trinity College, Dublin, Where He Took A Fellowship, 1775 ; Took Orders In The Established Church And Became Profes Sor Of Philosophy In Trinity College, 1786, And Subsequently Protestant Bishop Of Clonfert, &c. He ...

Maurice De Porter
Porter, Maurice De, One Of The Most Learned Men Of His Age, Whose Name In Irish Was O'fihely, Was A Cele Brated Archbishop Of Tuam, And Born Near Baltimore In The County Of Cork. John Comussays Of Him. "maurice A Porter, A Native Of Ireland, Of The Order Of St. ...

Maurice Eustace
Eustace, Maurice, A Youth Of Noble Birth And Brilliant Parts, Honored As A Confessor And Martyr, Was The Son Of Sir John Eustace Of Dublin, Born About 1570, And Was Educated At Bruges, And Had Commenced His Novitiate With The Jesuits Intending To Enter That Or Der, When At The ...

Maurice Gibilan
Gibilan, Maurice, An Irish Divine And Philosopher, Was A Canon Of The Church Of Tuam, And Was Famed For Learning And Poetry. He Died A. D. 1327. ...

Maurice Lacy
Lacy, Maurice, Marshal, Count De, A Celebrated Military Commander Of Austria, And Son Of The Succeeding, Was Born In Russia In 1725, And Entered The Service Of Austria, At An Early Age, In Which Country He Received The Principal Part Of His Education. He Rose Rapid Ly By His Merit, ...

Maurice Petty
Maurice Petty, Earl Of, And Mar Quis Of Lansdown,an Able British Prime Minister And Statesman, The Friend Of Struggling America, Was Born In Dublin, Ireland, May 25, 1737, And Was The Son Of Hon. John Fitz-maurice Of The An Cient Norman Irish Family Of The Lords Of Kerry, Who Became ...

Md Ard
Ard, M.d.,ll.d., An Able British Dip Lomat, Was Born In Galway, Ireland, April 19, 1737, Received His Education In Dublin, And Studied Medicine In That City And Montpelier, France, Where He Took His Degree. He Returned Home In 1760, Wrote For London Periodicals With Much Favor, And Secured The Friendship ...

Meade Robert
Meade. Robert, A General Officer Of Merit In The British Army, Was Born Intipperary, Ireland, Feb. 29, 1772. He Early Entered His Profession And Dis Tinguished Himself On The Continent On Various Occasions, Rising At Length To The Rank Of Lieutenant General. He Had A Younger Brother A General Of ...

Mel
Mel, One Of The Government Tools In The Denationalization Of Ireland, Was Born In Tipperary About 1720 And Was Bred To The Bar, Where His Caliber Soon Attracted Notice, As Much By An Overbea Ing Assurance, As By Talents. Between The Years 1744 And '83, He Fill Ed The Hignes't ...

Meline James Florent
Meline James Florent, A Tal Ented American Catholic Writer, And An Accomplished Scholar Was Irish By His Mother, Catherine Butler, Whose Broth Ers, Revs. Thomas And James Butler, Were Professors At Mt. St. Mary's Col Lege, Emmettsburg, And Men Of Distin Guished Abilities. Our Subject Was Born At Sacketts Harbor, ...

Michael Bryan
Bryan, Michael, An Eminent Connoisseur Of Art, Was Born In Ire Land, In 1757, And Was Recognized As One Of The Ablest Of The Art Critics Of His Day. He Is The Author Of A Valuable Biographical And Critical Dictionary Of Painters And Engravers, In 2 Vol. He Died In ...

Michael Dee
Dee, Michael, A Prominent Jour Nalist Of Michigan, Was Born In Ireland About 1843, And Came At An Early Age, With His Parents, To The United States, Who Settled In Detroit, Michigan. He Received The Ordinary English Education In The Schools Of The Christian Brothers In That City, And At ...

Michael Donovan
Donovan, Michael, M. R. I. A., A Distinguished Scientist And Chem Ist Of Great Britain, Was Born In Ireland About 1790. As Early As 1813 He Ob Tained A Prize From The Royal Irish Academy For The Best Essay On "galvan Ism, Its Relations To Chemistry And As An Experimental ...

Michael Hobart Seymour
Seymour, Michael Hobart, An Able And Eloquent Irish Divine Of The Established Church, Perhaps Not Less Noted For Bigotry Than Talents, Was Born In Ireland In 1802, And Educated At Trin Ity College, Dublin, Entered The Estab Lished Church And Held Several Curacies In Ireland, He Went To London, And ...

Michael J Quin
Quin, Michael J., A Talented "writer And Journalist, Was Born In Ire Land In 1796. He Received A Classical Education And Soon Gained Reputation As A General Writer, Contributing Extensive Ly To The Periodical Literature Of Great Britain. He Traveled Considerably On The Continent And Wrote "a Visit To Spain," ...

Michael More
More, Michael, A Learned Irish Scholar Of The Seventeenth Century, Was Provost Of Trinity College, Dublin, About 1685. Being A Catholic He Had To Leave On The Accession Of William Of Orange, And Went To Rome And After Wards To Paris. He Became Rector Of The University Of That City ...

Michael Tregury
Tregury, Michael, An Irish Di Vine And Scholar, Was Born About 1380. He Became Archbishop Of Dublin, And ?was A Man Of Profound Erudition. He Left Several Works Quoted By Bale And Others. His Death Occurred In 1471. ...

Michael Twomey
Twomey, Michael, A Distin Guished American Scholar And Scien Tist, Was Born In Ireland, In 1806, And Emigrated To The United States A Poor, Friendless Boy. Endowed With Natural Ability And A Strong Inclination To Ac Quire Knowledge, He Soon Possessed Sufficient To Teach. He Became Noted For His Thoroughness ...

Michael Walsh
Walsh, Michael, A Talented New York Politician, Was Born In Youghall, Ireland, And Came To Amer Ica With His Parents, Received An Ordi Nary Education And Learned The Printer's Trade; Started A Paper In New York Which At Length Brought Him Into Trouble By Its Personalities. He Was Elected To ...

Michael
Michael, A Distinguished British Gen Eral, Was Born In Ireland About 1779. Dis Tinguished Himself In The Peninsular War And Received The Unanimous Thanks Of Both Houses. He Fell In The Action Of The 8th Of Jan., Before New Orleans, While Gallantly Leading His Men. ...

Michl Banim
Banim, Mich'l, Elder Brother Of The Foregoing, Was Born In Kilkenny, Aug., 1796, And Was A Writer Of Talent. Besides The Works He Assisted His Broth Er In, He Is The Author Of "the Croppv" "father Connell," "crohoore Of Bill Hook," "the Ghost-hunter," "the Mayor Of Wind Gap," And Many ...

Miller Rev Peter
Miller. Rev. Peter, An Heroic Irish Priest And Martyr, Was Born In Wexford About 1550, And Desiring To Devote Himself To A Religious Life, Went To Spain, Where He Was Educated And Received The Degree Of Doctor Of Theol Ogy. He Returned To Ireland In 1583 To Minister To Its ...

Milliken Richard
Milliken Richard, A Wit And Poet Of Talent, Was Born In Ireland And Was Bred To The Bar. Like So Many Sons Of The Old Land, His Social And Im Aginative Qualities Predominating, He Turned His Attention To Literature, And Was Held In High Esteem By His Contem Poraries For ...

Milo Mahan
Mahan, Milo, D. D., Brother To The Foregoing, A Talented Divine Of The Episcopal Church, Was Born At Suffolk, Va., May 24, 1819, And Received His Education At St. Paul's College, Flush Ing. On Completing His Literary Course He Studied For The Ministry, And Re Ceived His Functions In 1845. ...

Minty Gen R H
Minty Gen. R H. G., A Distin Guished Union Cavalry Officer During The War Of The Rebellion, Was Born In County Mayo, Ireland, Dec. 4, 1831. He Entered The British Service In 1849 As Ensign, And Served With Credit In The West Indies, Honduras And On The Coast Of Africa. ...

Mitchel John
Mitchel John, An Able And Dis Tinguished Irish Patriot And Writer, Was Born In County Deny, Ireland, Nov 3, 1815. His Father Was A Unitarian Min Ister Of Talent. Our Subject Received His Education At Trinity College, Dub Lin, Where He Graduated In His Twenty First Year. He Then Studied ...

Modha Nuagat
Modha-nuaga.t, A Valiant And Wise King Of Munster And Monarch Of Half Ireland, Became King Of Munster About A. D. 150. His First Warlike Ef Forts Were In Crushing The Power Of The Deagades, A Branch Of The Earnochs, Who Were Allowed, Many Years Before, To Settle In Munster, But ...

Monarch Niall
Niall, Monarch Of Ireland A. D. 833. This Monarch, Unlike His Father, Hugh Iv., Made A Gallant Re Sistance To Danish Pretensions, Defeat Ing Them In Several Important Battles, But Was Unfortunately Drowned In A Frozen Stream In Kilkenny, While Striv Ing To Rescue A Guide Who Had Fallen In. ...

Montgomery Richard
Montgomery Richard, One Of The Bravest And Ablest Soldiers Of The American Revolution, Was Born Near Raphoe, Ireland, In 1737. After Hav Ing Completed His Education At Trinity College, Dublin, He Entered The Brit Ish Army And Fought With Wolf At The Capture Of Quebec In 1759. He Subse Quently ...

More Cathire
Cathire, More, A Famous Mon Arch Of Ireland, Who Ascended The Throne A. D. 140. He Was Of The Fam Ily Of Heremon And Was King Of Lein Ster When He Ascended The Throne Of Ireland. He Is Said To Have Had Thirty Sons, Ten Of Whom Left Posterity. He ...

Morgan L Martin
Martin, Morgan L., Was A Na Tive Of New York, Of Irish Extraction; Received A Fair Edueation, And Removed To The Territory Of Wisconsin At An Early Day, And Became Prominent By His Ability And Energy. He Represented The Territory In Congress From 1845 To 1847, And Was Held In ...

Morgan Lady Sydney
Morgan Lady Sydney, One Of The Most Distinguished Female Wri Ters And Conversationalists Of The Pres Ent Century, Was Born In Dublin About The Year 1783. Her Father, Prof. Ow Enson (macowen) Was A Musical Com Poser And A Man Of Culture, And His Daughter Early Displayed The Germs Of ...

Moriertach Maglochlin
Maglochlin, Moriertach, King Of Ulster And Monarch Of Ireland Was An Able And Warlike Prince Of The Twelfth Conturv. A:fter As Cending To The Throne Of Ulster He Re Fused To Acknowledge The Authority Of O'connor The Monarch And Successful Ly Resisted Him And Compelled The Sur Rounding Princes To ...

Morrissey John
Morrissey John, A Famous Sporting Man And Democratic Politician Of New York City, Was Born In Tipper Ary In 1831, Came With His Parents To The United States When Five Years Old And Settled In Troy. His Education Was Of The Most Ordinary Kind, And He Early Went To Work ...