This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1857 Excerpt: ...in the government of his see. Not commemorated in any of the national martyrologies. See his life in the " Saints of Brittany" by Albert le Grand. A.A. S.S. p. 441. Colgan gives on this day the acts of St. Ceadda, who had studied in Ireland; also S. Villeicus, associate of SS. Cuithbert and Willibrode, who together with Edelhun, Echert, Edilhun, Bishop of Lincoln (Lindine), the two Ewalds Tuda, successor of S. Colman in Lindisfarne: Trumber, successor of St. Cellach in Mercia. Accas, Archhishop of York, and many others had studied in Ireland. A.A. S.S. p. 446, 447. Ut dudum cecini, foecunda Brittania mater Patria Scotorum clara magislra fuit. Alcnin, chap, xxxiii. Vita S. Willibrodi. 3. S. Fergna (Fergnaus, Virgnaus, Virgnous), Abb. of Hy. Surnamed " Candidus," /Engus and Cal. Cas.; and " Brittanicus" by Mar. Gor. and Mart. Dung., who style him hishop, A.D. 623. From his youth a disciple of St. Columha. A.A. S.S. p. 450 n. 1, 2, 10, 11. S. Montanus (Mantan;, deacon. Mart. Tal., C. Mag., M. Gor., Mart. Dung. Honoured in a place called Blarus, according to Maguire, who styles him "priest." Colgan concludes this must be the saint from whom the town and county Wicklow had their name Killmantain, as no other priest or hishop of the name occurs in our annals. Disciple of St. Patrick, A.A. S.S. p. 451. Irish maityrologists commemorate S. Montanus on the 26th of March, who was prohably the Montanus of the Roman Mart., &c, martyred in Sirmium. S Lugaid, Lugadtus of Cluain-finchol, Cluain-fiacul (?) now Clonfeakle, Co. Armagh, son of Tulchan, A.D. 580. A.A. S.S. p. 452. Mentioned in terms of highest commendation by S. Adamnan, Vita S. Columbae, L. 3, C. 23. 3.--S. Sacer (Sacra, Mosacer, Mosacra, Moacra), Abb. of Tegsacra, n...