CHAPTER VII. RELIGION IN IRELAND DURING THE FIFTEENTH CENTURY

[23] By John de Lech, Archbishop of Dublin (1312); by his successor, 
    Alexander Bicknor; by the Earl of Desmond in the Parliament at 
    Drogheda (1465); by the Dominicans, 1475; and by Walter 
    Fitzsimons, Archbishop of Dublin (1485-1511).

[24] Green, The Making of Ireland, etc., p. 271.

[25] De Annatis Hiberniae, i., 155-6.

[26] Hib. Ignatiana, 13.

[27] Champneys, Irish Eccl. Architecture, 1910, p. 172.

[28] Theiner, op. cit., pp. 425, 436. Annals F. M., 1460.

[29] State Papers Henry VIII., ii., 15.

[30] Hib. Dom., p. 540.

[31] Malone, op. cit., ii., 206 sqq.

[32] O'Grady, Catalogue of Irish MSS. in British Museum, p. 154.

[33] Green, op. cit., pp. 261 sqq.