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1512The mayor of Dublin sentenced to do penance by walking barefooted through the city in public procession, in consequence of a riot in St. Patrick's Church, between the followers of the Earl of Ormond and the citizens who guarded the Earl of Kildare, lord deputy 
1513The mayor and armed citizens attended the Earl of Kildare in a hosting against O'Carrol; but the earl dying, the citizens returned home without having performed any action. 
1516The Earl of Kildare, son to the last-named earl, assisted by the citizens, routed the O'Tooles, slew their chieftain, and sent his head as a present to the mayor. 
1517The mayor and light-armed citizens marched out against O'Toole,but were forced to retreat with some loss. 
1521The armed citizens perform good services under the Earl of Surrey, against O'More in Leix, and O'Connor in Meath. 
1525A plague throughout Ireland, and more particularly in Dublin, caused by a very hot summer and wet autumn. Con O'Neal and Hugh Roe O'Donncl came to Dublin to settle their disputes with the lord deputy, the Earl of Kildare, and the Council, but returned without coming to an amicable agreement. 
1531A great riot in High-street between the soldiers and city apprentices. 
1534Rebellion of Thomas Fitzgerald, son to the Earl of Kildare, commonly called the Silken Knight, who invested the city, and set up a battery against the Castle, but without success. Archbishop Allen, in endeavouring to escape into England, was taken at Artane, and put to death by the insurgents. The dissolved monastery of All Hallows granted to the citizens for their services and losses. An earthquake felt in Dublin. 
1535George Browne, archbishop of Dublin, embraces the Reformation. 
1536St. Patrick's staff, which had been brought from Armagh, and deposited in Christ's Church, burnt. 

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