The Archaeological and Historical Society, Co. Louth

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CONTENTS
Vol. III, No. 1
1912

Traditional Irish and Highland Airs.
Rev. Luke Donnellan, C.C. ……………………………………………………………..5

Patrick Dungin (note)
Fiachra Élgeach………………………………………………………………………….15

The Adventure of St. Columba’s Clerics.
Henry Morris……………………………………………………………………………..16

O’Neills Castle in Dungooly
Rev. Francis Carolan, P.P………………………………………………………………19

Some further Louth Souterrains
Harry G. Tempes…………………………………………………………………………21

Eibhlin a Rúin.
W. H. Grattan Flood…………………………………………………………………….27

A Faughart Monument.
Henry Morris………………………………………………………………………………29

County Louth Medals
James M’Carte……………………………………………………………………………29

Rathcoole, Úi Segain, Leire
Rev. Nicholas Lawless, P.P…………………………………………………………….31

Max Muller on the Destruction of Antiquities……………………………………….36

The stone and Bronze Ages in our Museum.
Henry Morris………………………………………………………………………………37

Faughart, Crioch Ross and Smarmore.
Rev. Nicholas Lawless, P.P. …………………………………………………………..47

Conan’s Grave.
Hugh Kelly………………………………………………………………………………..51

The Ancient Territories of Oirghialla, Úladh and Conaille Muirthemne.
Rev. Prof. L. Murray…………………………………………………………………. …32

Weaver’s Iron Candle Holders.
Henry Morris………………………………………………………………………………66

Bronze Ring-Pin.
Harry G. Tempest………………………………………………………………………..67

County Louth Depositions, 1641,
Rev. Thomas Gogarty, C.C……………………………………………………………..68

Failte do’n Tighearna Townsend.
Maurice O’Gorman……………………………………………………………………….80

Welcome to Viscount Townsend.
Henry Morris………………………………………………………………………………80

Drogheda Trade and Customs, 1683.
Joseph T. Dolan, M.A. ………………………………………………………………….83

Bellew Inscriptions
Harry G. Tempest ………………………………………………………………………105

Sepulchural Clay Urn……………………………………………………………………108

Notes and Queries………………………………………………………………………109
Pillar Stone at Belrobin, Barronstown.
County Louth Token Coninage
Wright’s “”Louthania”” and Boswell’s “” Historical Antiquities of England and Wales””
The Stone of Decapitation, Faughart
The Name Proleek
“”Letters to the Inhabitants of Newry “”
John D’Alton’s MS.
MSS. relating to the County Louth
Louth Place Names

CONTENTS
Vol. III, No. 2
1913

Some Phases of Celtic Culture.
Rev. P. MacSweeney, M.A…………………………………………………………………….133

Annaclogmullion. Rev. Charles Hurson, C.C………………………………………………..149

Dundealgain in the Eighteenth Century. Rev. L. P. Murray………………………………154

Muirtheimhne. Rev. Nicholas Lawless……………………………………………………….156

County Louth Depositions, 1641. Rev. Thomas Gogarty, C.C……………………………167

Eibhlin a Rúin. Rev. Luke Donnellan, C.C……………………………………………………178

Old Times in Dundalk and its neighbourhood. Rev. L.P. Murray…………………………181

Welcome to Primate Brian MacMahon, Archbishop of Armagh, 1738.
H. Morris…………………………………………………………………………………………..189

Notes and Queries
Cahir Cuchulainn or “”Cuchulainn’s House””, Co. Kerry………………………………………193
Stone Circle in County Louth. Viscount Townsend………………………………………….194
Diagram of the Inscription on the Bellew-Nugent, 1588 Cenotaph………………………195

CONTENTS
Vol. III, No. 3
1914

The Cross of Muiredach. Prof. R.A.S. Macalister, M.R.I.A……………………………..209

Omeath. Rev. L. Murray…………………………………………………………………….213

Gaelic Place Names in Omeath. Collected and Edited by Peadar O’Dowd…………..232
Woods and Trees of Ireland.

Professor Augustine Henry, M.A., F.L.S., M.R.I.A……………………………………….237

“”Cassidy’s Rag”” – The Growth of a Superstition. Henry Morris………………………..246

Magh Cloghar. Enda…………………………………………………………………………247

Exports from Drogheda in 1683.
Joseph T. Dolan, M.A. and Daniel Lynch…………………………………………………250

Seven Battles: Irish Danes and Anglo-Normans.
Rev. F. Carolan, P.P. Tullyallen……………………………………………………………259

County Louth Brewers and Retailers, 1683.
Joseph T. Dolan, M.A. and Daniel Lynch…………………………………………………261

Domhnall MacCiaigh, Easpog Dúin (Daniel Mackey, Bishop of Down, 1673)
H. Morris………………………………………………………………………………………267

The Roll of the Sovereigns and Burgesses of Carlingford, 1706-1828
H.G. Tempest………………………………………………………………………………..273

Carlingford Corporation, Notes on………………………………………………………..283

The Knights of St. George, Note on.

Rev. Francis Carolan, P.P. Tullyallen………………………………………………………287

Notes and Queries
Liathross – St. Fintan of Dromin……………………………………………………………301

CONTENTS
Vol. III, No. 4
1915

The Philosophy of Aodh MacDomhnaill.

Canon F. W. O’Connell, M.A., B.D………………………………………………………….311

A Louth Irish Manuscript in New York. Rev. Laurence P. Murray………………………318

Armagh, Cloghar and Louth. Enda………………………………………………………….323

Before Kinsale and After. Rev. Laurence P. Murray………………………………………330

The “”Ship Temple”” near Dundalk. Henry Morris………………………………………….. 339

List of Documents transferred from Armagh Dioscescan Registry to the
Public Records Office, Dublin. John Ribton Garston, D.L., M.R.I.A……………………..347

The Minute Book of the Corporation of Ardee (A.D. 1661 onwards)
Joseph T. Dolan, M.A…………………………………………………………………………..357

Seizures at Dundalk and Drogheda, 1795.

Joseph T. Dolan, M.A…………………………………………………………………………..363

Some Irish Superstitions. Henry Morris……………………………………………………..365

Poets and Poetry of the Parish of Kilkerley, Hagardstown.

Rev. L.P. Murray………………………………………………………………………………..369

The Ogham Inscription at Barnafeadog, County Louth.

Prof. R.A.S. Macalister………………………………………………………………………….385

Fáilte Maighistír Ió Pluinceat. Henry Morris…………………………………………………388

A Hosting at Castle Roche, 1561. H.G.Tempest……………………………………………394

Notes and Queries………………………………………………………………………………396
Dundalk Charter School
Church of Kilfursa
Owen or Eugene McMahon, Archbishop
Old Dundalk Names
Goal’s Castle
Warresgate
Loghloe
Moyle Castle

NOTE

I have no Contents indices for 1916, 1917 or 1918.

In 1920 the following preface was in the Journal:
“”The Council of the Society decided a year ago to save some of the greatly increased cost of printing by issuing no Journal in 1919, but supplying an enlarged number in 1920 to serve for the two years.
The members asked the editor to bring it out early, but it has been delayed, solely through his procrastination, to the end of the year, and while he has no grounds on which to excuse himself, he wishes to express his real regret for his neglect.
December 1920.””

The Index to the Contents of this volume also lists reports and balance sheets for the year 1916 which seems to indicate that there were no publications between 1915 and 1920, given the Preface above.

CONTENTS
Vol.
1920

The Trench or “”Wall”” of Ulster. Rev. canon H.W. Lett, A.M……………………………5

Armagh, Cloghar and Louth. Enda…………………………………………………………8

The County of Louth: Its Surface and Foundation Stones.
Grenville A.J. Cole, M.R.I.A., F.G.S………………………………………………………..14

Lecture on Irish Illuminated Manuscripts.

Rev. H.J. Lawlor, D.D., D. Litt……………………………………………………………..17

Some Notes on the Family of Warrens of Warrenstown, County Louth.
Hon. Mrs. Richard Bellew……………………………………………………………………26
(Note: Mrs. Bellew is the first lady contributor I have noticed in this journal or even in others from the same period Irish women got the right to vote in 1919 – Jane )

The Minute Book of the Corporation of Ardee (A.D. 1661 onwards)
Joseph T. Dolan………………………………………………………………………………35

Poets and Poetry of Kilkerly. Rev. L.P. Murray…………………………………………..42

An Ancient Cemetery, Mooretown, Ardee. R.A. S. Macalister………………………….61

The Abbey of SS Peter and Paul, Knock. Rev. T. Gogarty………………………………62

Lament for Brian, Son of Coll MacMahon. Énrí Ó Muirgheasa………………………….70

Some Extracts from Irish State Papers…………………………………………………….76

The Cathach of St. Columba. M. Esposito…………………………………………………80

The County Louth Ordnance Survey Letters, 1835-6.

John Ribton Garstin……………………………………………………………………………84

Ancient Inscribed Tombstones at Drogheda and Dunleer………………………………104

Find of Bog Butter. Aodh Ó Ceallaigh……………………………………………………..106

Notes and Queries…………………………………………………………………………..106
“”The Redshank’s Galleys””
Old Dundalk Names

In Memoriam – John Ribton Garstin, D.L., F.S.A.
Rev. J.B. Leslie, M.A………………………………………………………………………….125

The Genesis of the Diocese of Clogher. Rev. H.J. Lawlor, D.D………………………..129

SS. Donnchadh, Sodeb and Teca, &c. by Enda……………………………………………160

Some notes on Dundalk. Rev. J.B. Leslie, M.A……………………………………………162

St. Mary’s Abbey, Louth. Rev. Thomas Gogarty…………………………………………..169

Poets and Poetry of Kilkerley. Rev. L. O’Murray…………………………………………..190
(Note: In previous issues this article was written by Rev. L. Murray – here given that the Christian name still begins with an ‘L’ and the man is also a Rev., it is assumed that the two names refer to the same person. It is said in the literature that Irish families who had dropped the ‘O’ and ‘Mc’ in past generations took it on again after the uprising in 1916.)

Le Camestreet, Le Campstreet Lane, The Big Bridge, &c.

by Enda…………………………………………………………………………………………..199

Irish Annals. H. Morris…………………………………………………………………………202

Louth Ordnance Survey Letters (Continued)……………………………………………….205

Folk Lore. Captain R. Marlay Blake, M.D., R.A.M.C………………………………………..217

Fragments of a Lost Register of the Diocese of Clogher.

Rev. H.J. Lawlor, D.D………………………………………………………………………….226

Some Ulster proverbs. H. Morris……………………………………………………………..258

Louth Ordnance Survey Letters (continued)………………………………………………..273

The Late Mr. William Tempest………………………………………………………………..275

Some Episodes of the Civil War of 1641-53 in Louth.
W.F. Butler, M.A…………………………………………………………………………………277

Barnesvave and Barr Neava. Rev. N. Lawless (“”Enda””)……………………………………290

Poets of Kilkerley and Neighbourhood. Rev. L. O’Murray, C.C., (cont.)…………………292

St. Sillan of Imbliuch Cassain in Cooley.

Rev. N. Lawless, P.P. (“”Enda””)………………………………………………………………..298

Dromiskin Celtic Cross. Rev. Nicholas Lawless, P.P………………………………………..301

A County Louth Election of 1755……………………………………………………………..302

Disturbances in the County Louth, A.D. 1312.

By the Late Major-General Stubbs……………………………………………………………304

Gentlemen of County Louth, c. A.D. 1600.

By the Late Major-General Stubbs……………………………………………………………308

County Louth Representatives in the Irish Parliament, 1613-1758.
By the Late Major-General Stubbs……………………………………………………………311

Heating Stones. H. Morris……………………………………………………………………..318

Some Features of Bronze Swords. H. Morris………………………………………………..320

Louth, Armagh, and Cloghar. Rev. N. Lawless, P.P. (“”Enda””)…………………………….324

The Wolf’s Path in Cooley. Rev. N. Lawless P.P. (“”Enda””)………………………………..330

Louth Ordnance Survey Letters (Continued)…………………………………………………333

Drogheda and Boyne Pictures. Francis Joseph Bigger………………………………………340

St. Fintan, Abbot of Dromin. Rev. Henry Parlin………………………………………………341

References to St. Columcille in Louth…………………………………………………………344

The East Window of St. Nicholas’s Parish Church, Dundalk.
By the Late J.R. Garstin…………………………………………………………………………345

A Projected History of County Louth.

By the Late Major-General Stubbs…………………………………………………………….349

Stone monuments of Louth.

By the Late Major-General Stubbs…………………………………………………………….356

The Death of Patrick Fleming. Henry Morris………………………………………………….359

The Coronation of Edward Bruce. P.L. Macardle……………………………………………..367

Early Partitions of Ireland. Seosamh O Dolain……………………………………………….370

Louth Members of the Irish Parliament………………………………………………………..375

Blessed Oliver plunkett Church at Ballybrack.

P. L. Macardle……………………………………………………………………………………..387

Notes and Queries………………………………………………………………………………..387
Cloghafarmore Pillar Stone, Knockbridge
Mr. Garstin’s Manuscript Collections
Drogheda Pictures

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