Today in Irish History – 26 September:

In the Liturgical calendar, today is Feast day of St. Colman. 1289 – ‘All men of good will to the king’, both Irish and English, in Munster and Leinster are summoned to Buttevant in Leix (Queen’s County). A ten-day expedition which begins on this date, subdues and forces the local Irish into an uneasy peace. […]

http://stairnaheireann.net/2016/09/26/today-in-irish-history-26-september-3/

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