P W Joyce – The Wonders of Ireland 1911

Jan 1st, 1911 | By | Category: Joyce Biographies

Portrait of P. W. Joyce

Contents

From The Wonders of Ireland by P. W. Joyce, 1911

 

 

THE WONDERS OF IRELAND1. Ireland has no Venomous Reptiles

2. The Voices from the Forest of Fochluth

3. The Island of Loch Cre or Inishnameo

4. St. Colman’s Ducks

5. O’Dangal’s Vision

6. A Ship and Crew in the Air

7. A Steeple of Fire in the Air

8. A Cross raised up in the Air

9. An Island split in three by a Storm

10 and 11. Sudden Disappearance of two Lakes

12. Lough Leane turned into Blood

13. A Shower of Blood

14. The Virtues of Lough Neagh

15. The Man-Wolves of Ossory

16. A Precocious Infant

17. The Swan-Woman

18. The lonely Crane of Inishkea

19. An Island that preserved Human Bodies

20. The Carn of King Ochy

21. Mac Rustang’s Grave

22. The Tidal Well of Corann

23. Three Marvellous Wells

24. The Irritable Well

25. The Wells of Death: The Wells of Riches and Poverty

26. The Prophetic Well of Raphoe

27. The Wand-transforming Well

28. St. Molua’s Leprous Pond

29. The Pious Mill

30. The Bleeding Stone

31. The Stone of Lough Nahanagan

32. A Perjurer’s Punishment

33. The Blind Eel-Fisher

34. The Buried Giant of Clonmacnoise

35. The Grave of the Dwarf

36. The Lia Fail or Coronation Stone of Tara

SPENSER’S IRISH RIVERS

THE DESTRUCTION OF TIERNMAS AND HIS PEOPLE

FERGUS O’MARA AND THE DEMONS

OUR THREE PATRON SAINTS:

PART I. ST. PATRICK

PART II. ST. BRIGIT

PART III. ST.COLUMKILLE

CAHAL O’CONOR OF THE RED HAND, KING OF CONNAUGHT

SIR JOHN DE COURCY

ST. DONATUS, BISHOP OF FIESOLE

SOME PUZZLES AND CAUTIONS IN INTERPRETING IRISH LOCAL NAMES

GARRET MAC ENIRY

THE OLD IRISH BLACKSMITH’S FURNACE

 

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