CHAPTER ONE: The Background of relationship between Scottish
and Irish affairs (to c.1565)
CHAPTER TWO: The Scottish Mercenary Forces of Turlough Luineach
O'Neil in Ulster, and the service of the Scots in Connacht
CHAPTER THREE: The service of the Scots in Munster and Ulster, and
in Connacht during the second and third Clanricarde Rebellions.
CHAPTER FOUR: The Effect of the Composition in Connacht,
Perrott's Failure in Antrim, and the suspected Implication
of the Court of King James VI. in Irish Affairs. (1581-1586.)
CHAPTER FIVE: The Growth of the Earl of Tyrone's Disaffection,
his intrigues with the Scots, the last internal rebellion
in Connacht, and the reaction on Irish affairs of the
activities of the MacLeans. (1586 -1594).
The MacLean Intrigue, Secret Service Nork in the Isles,
and the Abortive Expedition of 1595 (1594- 1595).
CHAPTER SEVEN: The successes of the Irish in Rebellion,
the English suspicion of King James in that regard, and
the course of the MacLean-MacDonald Feud in the Isles. (1596-
CHAPTER EIGHT: Continued Success of the Irish, and the Project
of Employing Scots in the Service of queen Elizabeth.
CHAPTER NINE. The Defeat,of the Irish at Kinsale, the Efforts
of King James on Elizabeth's behalf, and the movements of
.the Clan Donald in Antrim, (1600 -1601)