Chronica Regvm Manniae Et Insvlarvm

The Chronicle of Man and the Sudreys Peter Andreas Munch, Bp. Alexander
Goss. ordinate Danish chieftains had submitted to Edward , son of king Alfred ,
the kingdom of York was given in fief by the English kings to princes from Dublin
belonging to the royal race of Olaf the White . ... Saxonicum to have died in 891 ,
but in the year 906 a new Guðrum appears , who made with King Edward , Alfred
' s son ...

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Chronica regum Manni et insularum

The chronicle of Man and the Sudreys Peter Andreas Munch ... Moreover , the
name of Sigtrygg , being common and characteristic to the royal line of Dublin but
foreign to the Danish line of York ... Saxonicum to have died in 891 , but in the
year 906 a new Guðrum appears , who made with king Edward , Alfred's son , the
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Chronica

cont . makes new coinage , 208 ; appoints Ranulf Glanvill justiciar , 215 ; keeps
Christmas at Le Mans , 253 . in 1181 ... visited by the archbishop of Dublin , ib . ;
takes the property of his see into his hands , ib . ; removes Hugh de Lacy from the
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Chronica

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Chronica Magistri Rogeri de Houedene

cont . makes new coinage , 208 ; appoints Ranulf Glanvill justiciar , 215 ; keeps
Christmas at Le Mans , 253 . in 1181 , issues his assize of arms at Le Mans , ii .
253 ; visited by the archbishop of Dublin , ib . ; takes the property of his see into
his ...

Chronica Magistri Rogeri de Houedene

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Chronica Botanica

Dublin . Sperrin - Jobnson , J. C. , M.A. , M.Sc. , M.B. , Litt . D. , F.R.G.S. ,
Professor of Botany , Botany Dept. , University College ... Farm School , and
Superintendent , Hope Stock Farm , CHRONICA BOTANICA I ( 1935 ) NEW
ADDRESSES 361.

Chronica Botanica

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The Dublin University Magazine

OF THE CHRONICLE . from his own knowledge or from hear- from the above title
, and from passay , and let his original be given sages in the body of the work .
away to some other religious house The death of the reputed author or perhaps
to ...

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The Dublin Journal of Medical Science

In eighteen cases of chronic endometritis , all associated with more or less
metritis , and most of them with so - called ... only ameliorated for the time being ,
as may happen when any new remedy is tried , until the next menstruation , a
cold , a ...

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The De Excidio of Gildas

7 vols . Dublin , 1851 . " The Annals of Tigernach , Third Fragment A.D. 489-766 .
" Edited by Whitley Stokes . Revue Celtique , XVII ( 1896 ) . ... 725 , eiusdem
Chronica minora ad a . 703. ... A new chronicle - fragment of early British history .

The De Excidio of Gildas

Author: Thomas D. O'Sullivan

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The Dublin Review

Chronica Monasterii de Melsa , a Fundatione usque ad annum 1396 , auctore
THOMA DE BURTON , Abbate . ... for a way to quiet his conscience , may have
been directed by Adam towards founding a new Cistercian house ; but we do
think it ...

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Chronica Majora

22 the account given of the battle of Clontarf that the full tide in Dublin Bay on the
day of the battle ( 23 April 1014 ) ... The fact has been verified by astronomical
calculations , and the inference is that the author of the chronicle , if not ... The
manuscript which has been followed in this Edition is supposed by Mr . Hamilton
to be the author ' s autograph , containing his latest additions and amendments .
53 .

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Index Catalogue of the Library of the Surgeon general s Office United States Army

Davis ( H. S. ) Clergyman's sore throat ; chronic follicular pharyngitis . Buffalo M.
& S. J. , 1879 ... Fraenkel ( B. ) Die Behandlung der Pharyngitis chronica . Therap
. ... Kennedy ( H. ) On the sore throat lately prevalent in Dublin ; with some brief
remarks on the treatment . Dublin M. Press ... Siidham ( J. S. ) Chronic pharyngitis
accidentally , yet successfully . treated by a new process of cauterization . South .

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Bulletin of the Public Library of the City of Boston

4516.102 Peach , R. E. M. The annals of the parish of Morris , M. O'C . Dublin
castle . London ... Sm . 8o . * 4537.118 Visitant's guide to Windsor Castle , and its
catheMartin , M. A description of the Western dral New ed . ... Chronica priora .

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Quarterly accession lists; beginning with Apr. 1893, the bulletin is limited to "subject lists, special bibliographies, and reprints or facsimiles of original documents, prints and manuscripts in the Library," the accessions being recorded in a separate classified list, Jan.-Apr. 1893, a weekly bulletin Apr. 1893-Apr. 1894, as well as a classified list of later accessions in the last number published of the bulletin itself (Jan. 1896)

The Chronicle of Ireland Introduction text

This inclusive approach allowed derivative chronicles to incorporate new
Christian nations into a universal history. ... 2 The so-called 'Dublin Fragment', a
version of part of the Irish World Chronicle, was prefixed to the edition of AU by
Mac Airt ...

The Chronicle of Ireland  Introduction  text

Author: T. M. Charles-Edwards

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The Chronicle of Ireland is the principal source for the history of events not only in Ireland itself but also in what is now Scotland up to 911. It incorporated annals compiled on Iona up to c. 740 - a monastery which played a major role in the history of Ireland, of the Picts to its east and, from 635 to 664, of Northumbria. Up to c. 740 the Chronicle is thus a crucial source for both Ireland and Britain; and from c. 740 to 911 it still records some events outside Ireland. The text of the Chronicle is best preserved in the Annals of Ulster, but it was also transmitted through chronicles derived from a version made at the monastery of Clonmacnois in the Irish midlands. This translation is set out so as to show at a glance what text is preserved in both branches of the tradition and what is in only one.

Medieval Dublin

recorded variously as ' bishop of Dublin ' , ' I ' archbishop of Dublin ' , 12 ' chief
bishop of the foreigners ' , 13 and ... J . F . Kenney , The sources for the early
history of Ireland : ecclesiastical ( New York , 1929 ; repr . Dublin , 1979 ) , 601 –
2 . 11 Chronicum Scotorum : A chronicle of Irish affairs . . . to AD 1150 , ed .

Medieval Dublin

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Medieval Dublin VII

Proceedings of the Friends of Medieval Dublin Symposium 2005 Friends of
Medieval Dublin. Symposium, Seán ... Kenney , The sources for the early history
of Ireland : ecclesiastical ( New York , 1929 ; repr . Dublin , 1979 ) , 601–2 . 11
Chronicum Scotorum : A chronicle of Irish affairs ... to AD 1150 , ed . W.M.
Hennessy ( RS ...

Medieval Dublin VII

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This 7th volume of proceedings of the annual Friends of Medieval Dublin symposium contains, in the archaeological arena, John O Neill's assessment of the significance for Viking-Age rural settlement in the Dublin region of his excavations at Cherrywood, and, among other landmark studies, a report by Abi Cryerhall on her excavations of the medieval 'Hangman's Lane' (subsequently the site of Hammond Lane iron foundry). Roger Stalley studies the 'country retreat' of Dublin's archbishops at Swords Castle in the later Middle Ages, while Linzi Simpson's innovatory use of John Rocque's map enables her to retrace precise property boundaries in the medieval city. The very timbers that survive in the roofs of Dublin's two Anglo-Norman cathedrals are subjected to detailed analysis, Maire Geaney surveying those in the nave and south transept of Christ Church, while Charles Lyons presents remarkable new evidence that the roof-timbers of St Patrick's cathedral survive virtually intact from its medieval heyday. Historical essays range from Viking-Age Dublin and David Dumville's exploration of its wider international relations, to Tudor Dublin, and Brendan Scott's study of the opposition of its monastic houses to Henry VIII's plans for their dissolution.

Medieval Dublin 7

recorded variously as ' bishop of Dublin ' , " ' archbishop of Dublin ' , 12 “ chief
bishop of the foreigners ' , 13 and ' archbushop of ... of Fiesole , see J . F . Kenney
, The sources for the early history of Ireland : ecclesiastical ( New York , 1929 ;
repr . ... 11 Chronicum Scotorum : A chronicle of Irish affairs . . . to AD 1150 , ed .

Medieval Dublin 7

Author: Friends of Medieval Dublin. Symposium

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This 7th volume of proceedings of the annual Friends of Medieval Dublin symposium contains, in the archaeological arena, John O Neill's assessment of the significance for Viking-Age rural settlement in the Dublin region of his excavations at Cherrywood, and, among other landmark studies, a report by Abi Cryerhall on her excavations of the medieval 'Hangman's Lane' (subsequently the site of Hammond Lane iron foundry). Roger Stalley studies the 'country retreat' of Dublin's archbishops at Swords Castle in the later Middle Ages, while Linzi Simpson's innovatory use of John Rocque's map enables her to retrace precise property boundaries in the medieval city. The very timbers that survive in the roofs of Dublin's two Anglo-Norman cathedrals are subjected to detailed analysis, Maire Geaney surveying those in the nave and south transept of Christ Church, while Charles Lyons presents remarkable new evidence that the roof-timbers of St Patrick's cathedral survive virtually intact from its medieval heyday. Historical essays range from Viking-Age Dublin and David Dumville's exploration of its wider international relations, to Tudor Dublin, and Brendan Scott's study of the opposition of its monastic houses to Henry VIII's plans for their dissolution.

Gardeners Chronicle New Horticulturist

After lunch a new range of farm cottages was declared open by the Chairman ,
Mr. Tom Neame . ... Room of the Mansion House , Dublin ( two days ) ; Tamar
Valley and District Annual Spring Flower Show , Guildhall , Devonport ( two days
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