the ship was the mate. The others were all struggling in
 Brady, /Episcopal Succession/ (see various dioceses mentioned).
 /Ninth Report of Commission on Hist. MSS./, pt. ii., 278.
 /Archiv. Hibernicum/, vol. i., 39-45.
 /Archiv. Hibernicum/, app. ii., 6.
 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).
 Green, /The Making of Ireland/, etc., p. 271.
 /De Annatis Hiberniae/, i., 155-6.
 Champneys, /Irish Eccl. Architecture/, 1910, p. 172.