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43 mother of Curo*, the Ton of Darius, the daughter of Hir, the fon of Uniind, and fifter of Achy Eachb- heoil (of whom we have made mention above) was a Picl, a native of the ifle of Mann ; f and Claudian makes 1 hule the feat of the Pidls in the fourth con- fulate of Honorius, which commenced in the year of our Lord 398, in thefe veifes : Madutrunt Saxone fufo Qrcades incaluit pifferum fanguine fbule, Scot or um cumulos Jltvit glacialis Jerne J. from Scythia, as auxiliaries againft the emperor Severus, who in the year 208 penetrated into the moil remote parts of the ifland. I find no veitige of Jove, or of any other god, whom other nations worshipped among our pagan anceftors. The two daughters of Laogar, king of Ireland, very great favourite? 55 markets, and lay on ftraw beds * ; but this by way of digreffion. Part III, Therefore it is obvious that the Picts differ from the very Britons, both in origin and language ; but whoever imagines it inconiiftent to make the Picls coeval with* them in Britain, will not think the atra which our writers aflign them too ancient. This is all that occurs at prefent about the Pi ; and he loft his life, with a great number ot his fubjec T:s, at a facrifice in the plains of Moyflcydl in Breiiny J, whilft they were immolating to"rhclr principal god, Cromcru- ach, in the beginning of winter. There is a refemblance to Jehovah in Jove, with o.bfcure allufion to one true God : and after the abolition of the true worihip great numbers of fictitious deities have been added -ta this one real god. I am of opinion that the cycles of the w eeks have been introduced with the ufe of the latin language, which was imported hither with the gofpel.In truth declaring verfe I'Jl now indite The names of thefe three ancient, fmooth, wide lakes : Irrus* fair lake of foft expanded bofom, ioch-lurgan, and Fordreman's lake. There is yet a lough, in an inler of the fea, called alfo Lough-lurgan, time immemorial. Patrick, by his lifter being defcended \ f Obferve whether it (hould not be written Galedoniai W, Part III. 63 is one time called Longobardus, another time Hu- abaird, i. The mother of king ./Engus was xhe daughter of Mogseth, the brother of Achy Mumo, king of Ire- land. Concerning Qlmucad, the firname of king A CERTAIN modern hi dorian cf ours, endea- vours to amufe us by his witty (as bethinks) explanation of this vord Olmucadh^ which he makes great faine, in imitation of the low, ridiculous, and abfurd farcafms of chimney (weepers and oilier * So mentioned in the Scholiaft of the Martyrology of Tamlah in the Scholiaft of Marianus, 27th November; in Catha Jd Maguir, author of the Annals of Ulfter, from whom annals which treat of the con- queftof the Longobards by king Dingus are partly extratfed, and in the Martyrology of Cafhil, 27th November ; likewife in Marianus Gorman, Martyrologyof Dungall, the abovcmentioned Cathald 27. But he could not be ignorant, if he had attained a tolerable degree of claffical learning, that the bards were poets, which is a known fact, arid were highly re- fpedled, not only with us, but in Gaul and Britain, It is obvious from Strabo*. Mac means a fon, and a grandfon, but both imply pofteri'j in a wide fenfe, as "'Jefus the fon of David :" accord- ing to the expofition of civilians, " grandfons and great grandfons, and their defcendants, are compre- hended under the appellation of children f." - An or a Mac is prefixed to Irifh furnames, which are generally the proper names of fome of their an- ceilors, intimating they were furnamed the fons, grandfons, or pofterity of the perfon furname they adopted ; nor was it proper to ufe one name promifcuoufly in the place of another, as he writes O'Murphy, king of Leinfter, inflead of Mac Mur- phy (or rather Mac Murchadh :) but the family of O'Murchadh (which in Englifh is Morphy) is very different, and inferior to this family. He has even erred in the orthography, when he blames Carran for writing Malcolm, and not Mil- columb.

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Saint Athanafius* fays , that Thefeus king of the Athenians, in the year of the world 2720, had commanded Jove and the other deities to be fo called.

Cecrops the firft king of the Athenians, in the year 2394 decreed, that Jove mould be called and worfhipped as a god, in honour of whom, he in- flituted inanimate facritices, as Paufanius Atticus informs us.

30, lie began to fteer his courfe to the country of the Cruthinians, until he came to the mountain Mis. is almofl the en- tire length of the kingdom, from a mountain of the fame name in Munfter. They imagine that Dalaradia, which is a maritime and eaftern country of Ulfler, extending from Newry to Mis Mountain, or from Cairg-inver- ufke to Linduachaill, has derived its name from the Dalaradians, (who are the defcendants of Fiach Araidh, king of UJfterf) and that the lame family were called by another name, Cruithne, becaufe the wife of Conall Kearnagh J, the mother of Euryal, king of Ulfler , his fon, from whom that Fiach has * In the year of our Lord 295. ^ Concerning whom, about the year of the world 3937. Thus the book of Lecan fays, as we have above related, f " Gud, and his fon Cathluan, the commanders of the Pids, ar- rived in Ii eland at Inverflainge J in Hykenfalia, when Crimthann was king of Leinfter, and Heri- mcn monarch of Ireland. Let, therefore, the pofterily of y Engus Olmucadh be ridiculed through Ireland and Britain, as well as in Ulfter.

Alfo Flann of the Mo- naftery fays, that Fothad Argtcach was killed in the country of the Cruthinians ; for he fell in the *' Adamn, b. That Cathluan was the firft of the feventy kings of Albany to the reign of Conftantine." Eumenius, the rhetorician, in the panegyric wnich he wrote to Conftandus Csefar, the father of Conftantin the Great, about the year of Chrift 286. With a fimilar facetioufnefs of auricular mon- ftroufnefs, (to ufe his own words) he derides the Lage- Part III. 69 Lagenians, from the ftory of Midas, king of Phry- gia, improperly applied by fome one to Laurad, the Lagenian, in Keting. O'F/aherty's Ogygia* 75 of two words, the initial letters of which fhould be the fame confonant, or fome vowel ; as for inftance that very ancient hemiftich of Amergin, which we wrote above, firft faid in Irifh thus : Eagna la heagluis adir : agus feabbtha la flaitbibb.

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