Seanchas Ardmacha volume14, number1 (1990)

Macauley, Ambrose: William Crolly, Archbishop of Armagh 1835-49, 1-19.

Eogan, George: The Archaeology of Brugh Na Bóinne during the early centuries A.D., 20-34.

O'Brien, W.P.: Two sixteenth century Munster primates: Donnchadh Ó Taidhg (1560-62) & Richard Creagh (1564-85), 35-57.

Ó Máille, T.S.: Kilmalkedar, 58-67.

Walsh, Micheline Kerney: Archbishop Magauran and his return to Ireland, October 1592, 68-79.

Waters, Ormonde D.P.: The Rev. James Porter dissenting minister of Greyabbey, 1735-1798, 80-101.

Garry, James: The Monasterboice Inscriptions, 102-161.

Ó Doibhlin, Breandán: Áras na hEorpa - bunsraith Chríostaí, 162-170.


Seanchas Ardmacha volume14, number 2 (1991)

Candon, Anthony: Barefaced effrontery: secular and ecclesiastical politics in early twelfth century Ireland, 1-25.

Smith, Brendan: The Armagh-Clogher dispute and the `Mellifont Conspiracy': Diocesan politics and monastic reform in early thirteenth century Ireland, 26-38.

Lynch, Anthony: The administration of John Bole, Archbishop of Armagh, 1457-71, 39-108.

Toner, Gregory: An file in Bás Cearbhaill agus farbhlaidhe, 109-115.

Hughes, A.J.: Irish place-names: some perspectives, pitfalls, procedures and potential, 116-148.

MacAodha, Breandán S.: Eilimintí fisiciúla in Áitainmneacha Ard Mhacha, 149-160.

Ó Doherty, Brid.: Alsace and Ireland: Mediaeval links, 161-177.

McLaughlin, Joseph: Early Irish church history: a biography, 236-242.


Seanchas Ardmacha volume15, number1 (1992)

Martin, F.X.: Ireland in the time of St Bernard, St Malachy, St Laurence O'Toole, 1-35.

Greenwood, E.M.: Manchín's cowl in `Aislinge Meic con Glinne', 36-49.

Ó Doibhlin, Ciarán: Giolla Phádraig Ó Luchráin c.1577-1612, Martyrium. Translated by Tom Hamill.

Hughes, A.J.: `Descriptive Remarks' for the County Armagh portion of Creggan Parish contained in the Nineteenth-Century Ordnance Survey Name-Books, 97-112.

Lynch, Anthony: A Calendar of the reassembled register of John Bole, Archbishop of Armagh, 1457-71, 113-185.

Campbell, Patrick J.: The Franciscan petition lists, Diocese of Armagh 1670-71, 186-216.

McMahon, Kevin: The Time of the Trouble 1919-21 Armagh, South Down and North Louth, Part I, Introduction, 217-271.


Seanchas Ardmacha volume 15, number 2 (1993)

Jefferies, Henry A.: The church courts of Armagh on the eve of the Reformation, 1-38.

Walsh, Micheline Kerney: The Irish College of Madrid, 39-50.

McGleenon, C.F.: Patterns of settlement in the Catholic parishes of Ballymore and Mullaghbrack in the 17th and 18th centuries, 51-83.

Swords, Liam: Patrick O Donnelly, 1649-1719, Bishop of Dromore, material in the Notarial Files in Paris and in the Propaganda Archives in Rome, 84-97.

Mac Giolla Fhinnéin, Brian: Pádraig Ó Loingsigh: saol agus saothar, 98-124.

Hughes, A.J.: Manx speaker Ned Maddrell and Irish Gaelic author Liam Mac Reachtain, 125-129.

Ó Conaire, Breandán: Na Protastúnaigh, an Ghaeilge agus Dubhglas de hÍde, 130-150.

Kerr, Peter: Families and holdings in the Townland of Innishatieve, Carrickmore, 151-235.

Canning, Joseph: Select bibliography relating to Armagh diocesan history, (continued), 249-257.


Seanchas Ardmacha volume 16, number 1 (1994)

O'Sullivan, Harold: The Restoration land settlement in the Diocese of Armagh, 1660 to 1684, 1-70.

Swords, Liam: The Jacobite War: A dispatch from Limerick, 1691, 71-75.

Ní Mheara, Róisín: The Wild Geese in Austria, 76-92.

Fenning, Hugh: Prayer-books and pamphlets: 1700-1829, 93-99.

Whitaker, Anne-Maree: Armagh convicts in Australia, 1800-1806, 100-102.

Ó Doibhlin, Diarmaid: Womenfolk of the Glens of Antrim and the Irish Language, 103-124.

Hughes, A.J.: Stair na Gaeilge: aguisíní agus ceartúcháin don chaibidil ar Ghaeilge Chúige Uladh, 125-132.

Bradley, John: Canon Charles Quin and the Bessborough Commission, 133-194.

McMahon, Kevin: The time of the Trouble 1919-21, Armagh, South Down and North Louth, Part 2, 195-235.

Canning, Joseph: Select bibliography of material relating to Armagh diocesan history, 272-275.

Faul, Denis: The Battle of the Dons: recent historiography of the English Reformation 276-288.


Seanchas Ardmacha volume 16, number 2 (1995)

Fontaine, Jacques: The Bishop in the Western Church of the Fifth Century/L'évêque occidental du Ve siècle, 1-21.

Bhreathnach, Edel: Caput, civitas, oppidum, borg: Tara, a renowned fortress, 22-26.

Bourke, Cormac: Further notes on the Clonmore Shrine, 27-32.

Hickey, Elizabeth: Notes on the topography of early monastic Clonard, 33-38.

de Paor, Déaglan: Oilithreacht Phádraig, 39-68.

Ó Dufaigh, Seosamh: Saint Patrick and how he is remembered, 69-82.

Ní Mheara, Róisín: The cult of Patricius in Europe, 83-92.

Hamill, Tom: The Inner Desert of Patricius Filius Calpornii (A rustic interaction with the selfrepresentationof Patricius in his Epistles), 93-102.

Hughes, A.J.: The term Iarann Phádraig `St Patrick's Iron' as `tongs' in Tyrone Irish/Iarann Phádraig 'tongs' i nGaeilge Thír Eoghain, 103-106.

Ó Fiaich, Tomás: St Patrick and Armagh, 107-119.

Jefferies, Henry A.: Diocesan synods and convocations in Armagh on the eve of the Tudor Reformations, 120-132.

Daly, Cahal B.: Saint Patrick - the spiritual legacy, 134-145.

Simonis, Adrianus J.: The European outreach of the early Irish church, 145-147.

Arinze, Francis: The modern Irish missionary endeavour, 147-154.

Winning, Thomas J.: Irish links with Scotland, 154-158.


Seanchas Ardmacha volume17, number 1 (1996-7)

Millett, Benignus: The translation work of the Irish Franciscans, 1-25.

Sughi, Mario Alberto: The family of Comedinus Offercheran, the authority of the Archbishop of Armagh and the dispute over the Rectory of Tamlaghtlege, 1414-1449, 26-43.

Jefferies, Henry A.: Bishop George Montgomery's Survey of the Parishes of Derry Diocese: a complete text from c. 1609, 44-76.

O'Connell, Patricia: The rectors and students of the Irish College at Alcalá de Henares, Spain 1649-1785, 77-88.

McMinn, Joseph: An engraving of Blamount, County Armagh, 89-94.

Waters, Ormonde D.P.: The escape of the Fenians, Western Australia, 17 April 1876, 95-107.

Walsh, Aisling: Michael Cardinal Logue 1840-1924, Part I, 108-162.

McMahon, Kevin: The Time of the Trouble 1919-21, Armagh, South Down and North Louth, Part 3, 163-193.

Jefferies, Henry A.: Historic sites and traditions: 1. Rev. William Reeves' 'Sites of ancient churches in the county of Armagh - December 1879', 194-197.

Macauley, Ambrose: 'Ecumenical' goodwill in Armagh, 197-198.

McMahon, Kevin: The Lough Patrick Stones and the Tullyallen cross-inscribed stones, 199-201.


Seanchas Ardmacha volume17, number 2 (1998)

Jefferies, Henry A.: Primate George Dowdall and the Marian restoration, 1-18.

Magennis, Eoin: County Armagh Hearts of Oak, 19-31.

Mac Giolla Choille, Breandán: The unfortunate Michael Campbell: A study of two Defender documents 1796, 32-54.

McGleenon, C.F.: Lord Gosford versus the ‘Patriots’: The Armagh by-election of 1794-5 and its sequel, 55-59.

Blackstock, Allan: The Armagh Paper War: Lord Charlemont and the United Irishmen, 60-74.

Ó Muirí, Réamonn: Armagh City in 1798, 75-82.

Mac Atasney, Gerard: Mendacity and charity in pre-Famine County Armagh, 83-98.

Céitinn, Séamas: Boinn an Athar Maitiú agus a Chuairteanna ar an Iúr agus ar an Phointe, 1841, 99-108.

Kinealy, Christine: Private Donations to Ireland during An Gorta Mór, 109-119.

Bradley, John: Archbishop McGettigan. the Catholic Bishops of Ireland and the Land Bill, 1881, 120-157 [picture 120, text 121-157].

Jefferies, Henry A.: The parish church and priests of Loughgall, Armagh in 1546, 158-162.

Jefferies, Henry A.: Kilcreevy A Medieval Church Site, 162-163.

Silke, John J.: ‘Raphoe and the reformation’ (letter), 164.

Patricia O' Connell. The Irish College at Alcalá de Henares (corrigendum), 165.

#######: Some Irish Historical Links with Brittany, 197-

Feartlaoi Phádraig Uí Adhmaill, 202-

Clerus Armacanus, 205-


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Seanchas Ard Mhacha

Vol 21 No 2 – Vol 22- No 1. (2007–2008)

(in one book)

McEvoy, James: The sojourn of the Ulster Earls at Louvain (November 1607 until February 1608): movements, meetings and partings, 1-38

Ó Macháin, Pádraig: The Flight of the Poets: Eóghan Ruadh and Fearghal Óg Mac an Bhaird in Exile, 39-58.

Mac Cuarta, Brian: ‘Papal privileges for Ulster churches, 1608’, 59-68.

Ó Fearghail, Fearghus: The tomb of Hugh O’Neill in San Pietro in Montorio in Rome, 69-85.

Mac Craith, Mícheál: ‘Beathaíonn na Bráithre na briathra’: the Louvain achievement, 86-123.

Murtagh, Michael: A list of pontificalia in Dunleer parish register, 1776, 124-128.

Magennis, Eoin: Belturbet, Cahans and two Presbyterian revolutions in South Ulster, 1660–1770, 129-148.

Ó Bléine, Ruairí: Dr James Barry (1795–1865), dochtúir suntasach san Airm, 149-164.

MacAtasney, Gerard: ‘Brunswick bloodhounds and itinerant demagogues’: the campaign for Catholic Emancipation in County Armagh 1824–29, 165-231.

Bradley, John: The Irish barn church, 232-277. [Fr. John Bradley of Armagh, not the archaeologist/historian of the same name]

Mac Congáil, Nollaig: Weekly Freeman agus Irish Fireside Club ag cothú an náisiúnachais agus an Ghaeilachais Bealach na hÓige? 278-318.

Ó Diolúin, Cathal: Lorcán Ó Muireadaigh agus Comhaltas Uladh, 319-340.

Ó Discín, Liam: Monsignor Charles Owen Rice, Pittsburgh’s labour priest, 341-380.