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ANNALS OF Ul.STEíi. 

OTHBRWISE, 

aMMala «enaiT:, 

ANNALS OF SENAT; 
A CHRONICLE OF IRISH AFFAIRS 

A.D. 431-1181 : 1155-1641, 



VOL. IIL 
A.D. 1379-1541. 

EDITED, WITH TRAN8LATI0N AND N0TE8. 

BY 

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I — ^Pí^t>^P§ T^^oc Píxbifig v'e^ in blia'Bain 

. I fi*, i'oon, fen£ai['5] maic*. — O^T)uinn, i'oon, 

raifeS 0-Ria5a[i]n, "00 mafiba'5 a pett 'o'a bfiaiqfiiC 
pein^ — Ricafi'D íílac Carmait -oo mapba'5 ta pitib íílas 
Ui'5ni, i'oon, fií pep-mana£ 7 ta *Oomnatt hUa fleitt. — 
íílai'om na ^Ofieife "do rabaifir; "00^ hUa^ fleilt (i'oon,''oo 
Miatt ihop') afi pitib íílas Ui'^ifi 7 aji *Oomnatt hUa* 
fleitt, 'ou 1 cfioíaifi 'Ca-Sg Xfía^ Ui-Sifi 7 'oa mac íílaj- 
nufa 7 'Coifip'5etbac, mac T)onnca'oa THes Ui-Siii^ bpian, 
mac THic [C]paií TTles Ui'oip* 7 TTluipcepTxxc, mac TTIit- 
£on exf atii', pfii'oie* lcaten'oap lunfiji^ — hUa^ hCiti'Se 
•0*05, i'oon, bpian hUa hCiti'^e. — TTIac-in-caic^ hUi Raig- 
ittai§ 'oo mapba'S ta mac CCnnai'6 hUi Tlai^tlai§\ — 
Cu-mapa TTlac Conmapa, i'oon, caipec Ctainne Cuiten, 
•00 mapbo* a peatt 'o'a bpai€pi!5 pein'*. — Cu-Chonna£u, 
ITlac pitib TílesUi'Sip, "oo mapbo^ te Ctainn-T)omnaitt 
Ctainni-Ceattaig, i'oon, aT)bup** pi^ pep-TTlanac ap uaipti 
7 ap einec^ — ^pinnguata, ingen [U]i Cheatlaig, i'oon, 
bean TTlic Uittiam bupc, 'o'eg. — 8emup hUa Con|atai|, 
ppiop T)aim-innpi, obnTÍ' ppi'oie^ Wonap lanuapn^ — 

1879. "-D'O, A. «0, A. »*bl.,A,B. ^»» om., B. <»^itl., t. b., (A) 
MS. ^ om., B. • om., A. "itl., t. b., A ; -do t^iall, itl., t. b. ; Tho|\ 
om , B. 9t = ; í» Tno|icutif epc, B, 



1879. * /J79. — On tbe upper 
margin of B, anotber (Latín) band 
wiote, in reference to the chrono- 



logy : *' From tbis yeare tbe com- 

patatíon of ^eares ifwell collected.'* 

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Kalends of Jan. on 7th fería, [lOth of the mooD,] a.d. 
1379.1 The Dalton* (namely, Philip) died.— Fir- 
bisigh Mac Firbisigh, that is, a good historían, died this 
year. — O'Duinn, iiamely, chief of Ui-Riaga[i]n, was ^Uled 
in treachery by his own kÍD8men. — Richard Mac Cathmail 
was killed by Philip Mag XJidhir, namely, ihe king of 
Fir-Manach and by Doninall XJa Neill. — The defeat of 
Dreich was inflieted by Ua Neill (that is, by Niall Mor) 
on Philip Mag Uidhir and on Domnall Ua NeiU, where 
fell Tadhg Mag Uidhir and two eons of Maghnue * and 
Toirdelbach, son of Donnchadh Mag Uidhir and Brian, 
son of Mao Oraith Mag Uidhir and Muircertach, son of 
Milchu ' and others, on the 2Dd of the Kalend8 of June 
[May 31]. — Ua hEilidhe, that is, Brian Ua hEilidhe, 
died. — Mac-in-caich * Ua RaighiUaigh was killed by the 
8on of Annadh Ua Raighillaigh. — Cu-mara^ Mao Con- 
mara, namely, chief of Clann-Cuilen, was killed in 
treachery by his own Idnsmen. — Cu-Connacht, 8on of 
Philip Mag Uidhir, Damely, one fit to be kÍDg of Fir- 
Manach for nobleness and for genero8Íty, was killed by 
the Clann-Domnaill of Clann-Ceallaigh. — ^Finnghuala, 
daughter of Ua CeaUaigh, that is, the wife of Mac Wil- 
liam de Burgh, died. — James Ua Conghalaigh, príor of 
Daim-ÍDÍs, died on the" 2nd of the Nones [4th] of January. 



11379J 



of Rathconratli in Wefltmeath," 
Mageoghegan. 

^Maghms, Milehu. — Maguire 
(Mag Uidhir). 

* Mae'in-caich, ^on cf the blind 
[^r]; anglicÍMd Mao Kee; head 
of the Clann'in^eaieh (Clankee) sept 
of the 01teilly8 mentioned under 
[1877], mpra. 

* Cu'mara. — Canii marit. The 



geuitive, Con'mara, with Mac pre- 
fixed, became the patronjmio which 
Í8 anglici8ed Mao Namara. For the 
enmitj between this Cu-mara and 
O'Brien of Thomond, aee the two 
monej orders pajable to *' Oomar " 
(Maj 7, Oct. 16, 1874)qaotedfrom 
the Close Roll, 48 Edw. III., in 
Hardiman's Statute ofKUkénny{lt. 
Aroh. Soc. pp. 38-4). 

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[b. \ lcat lan. i. p.. [U' axti.'], ffnno T)omini m.* ccc* txxx.'»^ 
«eaan hUa^ T)omnaitt ([íii^] r.ipi[-Con]aitr) 7 rílait- 
8e6tainn 'ouB, a mac, vo niafiba'5 a niainircií\ era- 
fiuai'5 ta roippT)etbac, mac Weitt hUi *Oomnaitt 7 ta 
ctainn Carait 015 hUi Concobuiíi 7 ta T11uinnrifi-*0uipnin. 
— ÍHai'om mofi 'oo éabaipr ap ^attaiB 7 at\ Oipfit:epai!5 
te THas CCengura (i'oon,* CCpc^). Ocut hUa^ hOCntuain 
•00 ma|\ba'5 ann, i'oon, fii OifipT:e|\ ez atn mutr^i*. — T;kr55, 
mac THuificefiTOig hUi bíiiain, 'oo mapba'S ta bjiian 
hUa m-bíiiain. — Ruai'^pi, mac 0Ce'5a bfieipmg hUi 
Concobuip, TH) €e& af gpeif aji THuinnT^ip-Ruaipc 7 e 
pein 'oo mapba^ uífifie. — CCn T11oifit:ime|\ac "00 éect: a 
n-epinn in btia'^ain fi* 7 uaifti* ^^i^^et 'oo ceCc 1 n-a 
ÉeS pa a^bufi pi^ &penn, i'oon, pa íííatt hUa^ ííeitU 
OCpT: THaj CCen^ufa, iTOn, |ii O-nGaíac Uta'^, 'oo gabait 
a peatt a mg in nioipT^imepaig 7 t>o gabaDUii 5^1*61^ 
A 78b erienn ecta* | poime ofin amac, inT)Uf suf'fefinaDUíi e 7 
Jaitt Biienn' affieana'.— CCfiT:', mac ^éf aitr: Caemanaig, 
T)o mafba'5 te ^ccl^l^^lS'. — THaiDm vo iabaitiT: teif hUa^ 
i)-*Oomnaitt 7 te ílenfi hUa^ ííeitt af hUa^ n-*Oo£ap- 
caig 7 afi Concobu|i Ó5 hUa n-*Oomnaitt 7 aii Ctainn- 
T^SuiBne. Ocuf vo i^ahoch ann, maitte feVmaíiba-^, 
eoin THac 8uibne 7 Tllufca'5 ÍTIac 8uibne, iT)on, va 
bpaéan^ THic 8uibne. — CCpT:', mac ^^paitT:, mic 'Comaif 
finn, T>o map ba* ta íriac ínup6a'5a, pi Laigen.— Stuag 

1380. »0. A. «-le, B. «esla^B. •^a, A, B. ^ 1380, orerhoad, 
bj h. that wrote the reinark respectmg the chronologj at preoeding jear, 
B. «^ 1. m. (part8 within [ ] are cut off), t. h., B ; om., A. d-d itl., t. h., 
A ; foon, le hCCi[VC—namely, by .ár<— in text, B. «om., B. " =e. 



1 380. ^At — Literallj , in ; which 
ÍM incorrect. The F. M, bslj that 
O'Donnell was slain in a night 



attack apon hia stronghold. This 
waa olose to tho mona«tery ([1233], 
note 6, supra). 



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ánnals of ulster. 5 

— Flaithbertach XJa Monga[i]n, herenagh of Ros-oirthir,: [1379] 
died on the Kalends [Ist] of May. 

Kalends of Jan. on Ist fería, ['21st of the moon,] a.d. [1380 B.] 
1380. John XJa DomnaiU (king of Tir-Conaill) and Mael- 
Sechlainn the Black, his son, were slain at ^ the Mona8tery 
of Es-roadh by Toirdelbach, son of Niall XJa Domnaill and 
by the sons of Cathal Ua Concobhair junior and by the 
Muinter-Duimin.— Great defeat was inflicted on tfae 
Foreigners and on the Oirthir by Mag Aenghusa (namely, 
Art). And Ua hAnluain, that is, the king of Oirthir and 
many more were slain there. — Tadhg, son of Muircertach * 
Ua Bríain, was killed by Brian Ua Bríaín. — Euaidhri, 
son of Aedh Ua Concobuir the Bref nian, came on a night 
incursion against the Muinter-Euairc and he himself 
was slain thereon. — The Mortimer^ came to Ireland this 
year and the nobles of the Gaidbil came into his house, 
headed by the heir of the king of Ireland, namely, by 
Niall Ua Neill. Art Mag Aenghusa, namely, king of the 
Ui-Eathach of Ulidia, was taken prisoner in treachery in 
the house of the Mortimer. And the Gaidhil of Ireland 
took fear of the latter from that out, so that they and also 
the Foreigners of Ireland avoided him. — Art, son of Gerald 
Caemanach,^ was killed by the Foreigners. — Defeat was 
inflicted by Ua Domnaill and by Henry Ua NeiU on Ua 
Dochartaigh and on Conchobur Ua DomnaiU junior and 
on the Clann-Suibne. And there were taken prisoners 
therein, in addition to what was slain, John Mac Suibne and 
Murchadh Mac Suibne, namely, two brothers of the Mac, 
Suibne. — Art, son of Q^rald, son of Thomas ^ the Fair, was 
killed by Mac Murchadha, king of Leinster. — ^A hosting by 



* Muireertach, —' "KÍDg oí Tho- 
mond, wbo died in [1343], m^a, 
The 8layer was hiB nephew. 

• Moritmer, — See Gilbert, Vice- 
TúifM, etc, p. 244 eq. 



* Caewanach. — (Mac Murrougb) 
Kayanagh. 

* Thomaa, — Mao Mnrrough (^Mao 
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lapilib Tlcn|illon§ 7 la Clainn-muiiU5efiT;a| co n-a 
coimnnol a ni-breipne-[UTi Ruaipc 7 "Comar TTlac 
•OojvSai'B -00 mapba^ leo. Ruaific -oo bfiei€ ofifia 7 a 
cup afi ribccL 7)0 7 ei£ 7 •oaine th) niilliu'5 umpo T)o'n 
cufiuf rin.— OCfiT; íHac tn Uficata [véc'] 1 fexc ]Callann 
luni. — ^Domnalt hUa teanna[i]n, ppioifi Le|xi-j;abailt 
•o'eg 1 feocc lCalLann OCpfiilif '. 

]CaL lan. 111.* p., l. n.^ OCnno 'Ooniini m.*ccc."lxxx.*i.' 
Tx)i|ií\T)elba£', mac RirDeji'o hUi RaigiUaig, v'e^ — ^Dub- 
íablaig, ingen mic ^Oiapmoca, ben meg Ro^naill fiuai'B, 
T)*e5.— Lafaifipina, ingen T^oififix^elbaig hUi Concobuifi, 
ben me^ Ragnailt duiB, D'eg". — Coéat -outí, mac Con- 
B 74d niui'Be hUi Ca€a[i]n, 'o'e^. — | Uittiam, mac TtonnCa-Da 
muimni^ hUi Cheattaig, iT)on, |ii hUa^-maine, D'eg 7 a 
mac T)o fii§a'5 1* n-a* inaT), iT)on, mait[-8h]e6tainn. — 
^Oiafimaiu mag Cajipraig, iT)on, aT)bufi fii§T)er-muman 
T)o mafibofe t)0 [U]i15-ma€^amna in phuinn-1afi€apai§ a 
peatL — Caipten CC€a-tuain T)o^abaitT)o'n moificimefiaS 

7 mac RicaifiT) an T;[8]onnai§ vo mafiba'o ann. — Ruai-Dfii 
hUa Concobuifi, iT)on, fii ConnaÉT;, vo 'outco hOC€-tuain 7 
a meic fii^ t)o -But ua'B a n-lafi€afi mi-Se 7 cfieCa mofia 
T)0 gabait T)oib. 5<^itt T)o bfxeié ofifxo 7 maiT)m vo 
€abaifiT; ofiiia* 7 mac [U]i Con£obu»f\ t)o mafiba'5 ann, 
iT)on, Seaan LaigneS 7 OCe^ caec hUa* Concobuifi vo 
gabait ann 7 Uittiam, mac 'Oonnca5a, mic Ruai'Bfii hUi 
CeattoiJ, T)o mafiba^ ann 7 mofian aite na£ aifimiíef\ 
funn. — ^Ragnaitx:, ingen meg bfiaDaig, iT)on, ben* mej 
Dhofifai'B, D'eg. — 8tua|' mofi ta Wiatt hUa Weitt a 

1881. i 0, A. «-« 'n-a A. » otiéo, A. * becm, B. \w. (n mi8taken 
forti),B. ^►.ti. (=the*mÍ8take),A,B. <H»om., B. «=1379^. 



'Brafui o/ O'Ruairc (co. 
Leitrím). — So 8tyled to dÍBtinguish 
it'f rom the Breif ni of O Reillj (ca 
Cavan). 

1381. > WUUam, — A eulogistio 



obit of 0*Kelly ia given in the Four 
Masters, 

' Momonian, Txigenian. — So called 
from haTÍng been re^fectivelj 
foptered in Monster atid Leinster. 



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ANNÁLS OF ULafTBIt. 7 

Philip Ua Haighillaigh and by the Glann-Muircertaigh and [1380] 
their muster into the Breilni of O'Ruairc^ and Tbomas Mac 
Dorchaidh was killed by them. O^Euairc oyertook them 
and they were f orced to retire by him and horses and men 
were destroyed around them on that expedition. — ^Art 
MacMurchadha died on tbe 6th of the Xalends of June 
[May 27]. — Domnall Ua Leana[i]n, prior of Lisgabail, 
died on the 6th of tbe Ealenda of April [March 27]. 

Ealends of Jan. on 3rd feria, 2nd of the moon, a.d. [i88i] 
1381. Toirdelbach^ son of Eichard Ua RaighiUaigh, died. 
— ^Dubcbablaigh, daughter of Mac Diarmata, wife of Mag 
BaghnaiU the Red, died. — Lasairfina, daughter of Toir- 
delb ich Ua Concobuir, wife of Mag RaghnaiU tbe Black, 
died. — Catbal the Black, son of Cumuidhe Ua Catba[i]n, 
died. — ^William,^ son of Donnchádh Ua CeaUaigh tbe 
Momonian,^ naraely, king of Ui-Maine, died and bis son, 
that is, MaU[-Sh]echlainn, was made king in his stead. — 
Dairmait Mag Cartbaigh, namely, heir of tbe king of 
Desmond, was kiUed by the Ui-Mathgamna of Fonn- 
iartharach in treacbery. — The castle of Ath-luain was 
taken by the Mortimer and the son of Richard ^ of the 
Sonnach waa killed therein. — Kuaidhri Ua Concobuir, 
namely, king of Connachl, went to Atb-luain and his 
sons of king8 went f rom him into the West of Meatb and 
great preys were carried off by them. The Foreigners 
ovei'too^ tbem and defeat was inflicted on them and 
the son ot Ua Concobuir was slain there, namely, John 
the Lagenian,^ and Aedh BUncl[-eye] Ua Conchobuir was 
taken prisoner tbere and William, son of Donnchadh, son 
of HuaidhriUa Ceallaigb and many otbers that are not 
reckoned here were slain tbere. — Ragbnailt, daugh^r of 
Mag Bradaigh, wife of Mag Dorchaidh, died. — ^A great 
hosting by NiaU Ua NeiU into Oirgbialla and great 

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«-Oi|i|iallaiC 7 cfiea£a mopa vo T>eiiufn 'ooiC Ocuf 
A 78o bfieifim I TH) €abait\T; afi T>eíie* an c-fluaig 7 *Oonn6a5, 
mac ííla|nufa ÍTles íílhaÉsamna, -00 mqfiba* ann'. — 
T)elB^ ííluifie Celle-nwifie a* TJifi-bfiiuin vo labaific* co 
hinganTOÍ an bliofeain fi. — CCn ínoi|i^meíva6 'o'egíi'Don, 
an T>-afia blia'Sain af TOfc a n-Bjiinn t>ó 7 rajieif pilL 
ÍHes C)CenEUfaT>o'5enumT>o'. — Caéalí^mac RuaiT>fi hUi 
Concobuif, iT>on, mac aifiT>fii5 Connafe, t>o ^abait te 
ctainn mic phei'5tim6e hUi ConcoBuif , an btia'&ain fi'. 

]Cat. lan. 1111. p., [V x.111.'], CCnno ^Oomini ííl.*ccc.* 
txxx.** 11.'* Labfaf *OiuiT) t)0 mafba* t>o ctainn hUi pefi- 
|ait. — pefilat, mac T)onnca*a nies eocagaíijn, THHfefi 
Cene[oi]t-pia5ai5-mic-Meitt, t>o mafba'b t>o pefaib- 
CeatU — TJaif i§ Connafc vo ^abait t>o f i§ Conna^c 1 n-a 
oijieficuf pein, iT>on, t>o Ruai'Bfi hUa Coníobuifi: iT)on, 
hUa hCCinti'be 7 hUa bifin 7 íHac Ceiéefnaig 7 Imuf 
hUa hOCinti'5e : iT>on, fif puaif f é of fu\ co fabaT>Ufi ag 
T)enum fiaínn 7 comaenTO 1 n-a a^aig te fti5c mic 
Pei'Btimée* hUi Concobuif. — TTlac*' Uatann t>o mafba* 
ta mujnncifi-Ra§attai| 7* afiaite'. — ^Diafimai;; hUa 
*Oomnaitt T>'e5, iT>on, aDbufi fiig 'Chifie-ConaitL — Ru§- 
fiai'Be,® mac Seaain, mic bfiiain hUi pefi^ait, T^'e^'. — 
muificefiTOÉ, mac ma^gamna hUi bfiiain, iT>on, mac 
fii| 'Cua'B-muman, i>b^ a pfiifun 7 "Oomnatt, a T>efi- 
bfiaiaifi, T)'e5 póf. — ^CoififiT>etbac, mac *OiafimaT:a hUi 
bfiiain, T^'eg. — bfiian,' mac ^Oiafimara hUi bfiiain, vo 
ctainn bfiiain fxuai-B, T^'e^. — OCine, ingen eCmaficaig, mic 

1881. •"Oeatb, B. •^T)olabai|\c aT:i|\-brvitJin, A. « = <hj. 

1882. > OTiTMX. A. •-timi'6, B. •* bl., A, B. p Plaoed after the Z/n^'p. 
•Delbaó and conaequentíj tíie last entry of the year, B. «^om., B. *-d= 
1879 «^. 



*/)í«<í. — On Dec. 26, in the 
Dominioan Abbej, Cork. 

'iledA.— 0*CoDor, kÍDg of Con- 
naught, who died [1368], supra, 

13S2. 1 Cenel'Fiachaigh-miC'NéilL 



—Sept of Fiacha^ ton of jS'iaU [of 
the Nine Hostapei]; uauallj em- 
ployed (1168, note 3, wpra) to 
8ignify the territory (bar. of Moy- 
gavhel, Eing's oo.) For the plaoe 



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foray8 were made by them. And rout was inflicted on 
the raar of the host and Donnchadh, son of Maghnus Mag 
Mathganma, was killed there. — The image of Mary in 
Cell-mor in Tir-Briuin spofce miraculou8ly this year. — 
The Mortimer died,* namely, [in] the second year after 
his coming to IreUnd and after the treachery to Mag 
Maghnusa being done by him. — Gathal, son of Huaidhri 
Ua Concobuir, namely, son of the arch-kÍQg of Connacht, 
was taken prisoner by the sons of [Aedh*] son of Feidh- 
limidh TJa Conchobuir this year. 

Kalends of Jan. on 4th feria, [13th of the moon,] a.d. 
1382. Lawrence Tuit was killed by the sons of TJa 
Ferghail — Ferghal, eon of Donnchadh Mag Eochaga[i]D, 
chief of the Cenel-Fiachaigh-mic-Neill,^ was killed by the 
Fir-Ceall. — The chiefs of Connacht were made prisoners 
by the king of Connacht, namely, by Ruaidhri Ua Con- 
chobuir, in his own assembly : to wit, Ua hAinlidhe and 
Ua Bim and Mac Ceithemaigh and Imur Ua hAinlidhe ; 
that is, he received information conceming them, that 
they were making a party and alliance against him with 
the sons of [Aedh] son of Feidhlimdh Ua Concobuir. — 
Mac Ualaiin was Idlled by the Muinnter-EaighiUaigh 
and so on. — Diarmait Ua DomnaiU, namely, heir of the 
king of Tir-ConaiU, died, — Rughraidhe, eon of John, son 
of Brian Ua Ferghail, died. — ^Muircertach, son of Math- 
ganiain * Ua Briain, namely, son of the king of Thomond, 
died in prison and Doranall, his brother, died also. — Toir- 
delbach, son of Diarmait * Ua Briain, died. — Brian, son 
of Diarmait * Ua Briain, of the f amily of Brian the Red, 



[1881] 



[1382] 



where Mageoghegan was slaiOf see 
O'DonoTan, F, M, iy. 686. 

^ Mathgamain, — Mahonof Main- 
magh, who died [1369], tupra, 

• IHarmait. — Uncle of Mahon ; 
ob. [1364], «t^ra. 



* /)íam«ií.— Called the Cleric; 
ob. [1311], 9up. He was Bon of 
Donough (sl. [1284], sup,) and 
grandson of Brían the Bed, wbo 
was murdered bj de Clare in 1277. 

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mosnura, 1*0011, atji'obiacaS 7 cenn pne a cini'B pein, 
ben in niailifcip nioi|i hUi 60501^, foon, TTlaéa, mac 
Concobuip hUi eogain (iT)on,* in aifici'5eo£ain*) — 7 T)obi 
in nia€a fin cei€|ii bLiaftna "005 1 n-Oxan^fiT; co con- 
TJinei'oec ag 'oenum lei^nn— a heg in bLia-Bain fi, pfiiDie 
Wonaf 8eibT:inibfiif. — bean-ÍHi'be, ingen TTlic TTlagnuixí, 
i7>on, in caiLLeí 'ouB, 7>'e5 Nonip ÍHapcii.' 

lCaU lan. u. p., [L' acjcnii.'], CCnno T)oniini ÍTl.'* ccc* 
Lxxx.** 111.** Ruai'B|ii, mac (X\fiz ÍHeg Ui-Biji, t>o níia|vba'6 
La mac T)onn£a'5a TTle5 Lli'5i]\ (i'oon,** La TDomnaLl, mac 
T)onn5a:5a •oocaif, qum^ lCaLen7>af lanuann**). — pnn- 
^uaLa, ingen CCipc TTles Ui'5ifi, obiiT;. — T^a^g TTIac *Oonn- 
£aiT>, fií TJipe-hOiLeLLa, T)'e5, n>on,® CCine in Cefi:a. — 
^OiafimaiTj, mac Concobuifi TTlic "Oiatimaca, iT)on, oobuii 
|ii§ Tnui§i-Luif5, T^'eg. — 8eaani* mac ^OomnaiLL hUi 
PefigaiL, iT>on, TOifec na hCCngaiLe, T^'eg. — epfcop' hUa 
Tnoca[i]n vo eg an bLiaíain fi, 1383'. — | 8Luai§e'5 móp 
I La MiaLL hUa WeiLL co n-a cLainn 7 co maiíiB in 
00101*5 uime. CCn TJuaif cep;; uiLe t)0 tíiiLLiu^ 7 t>o Lofca5 
7' vo cfieaSa*' Leo. CCe'^ 05 hUa M eiLL 7 RaibiLin 8abaif 
t)o T^egmaiL v'a SeiLe ap imf ua^a'^ 7 va buiLLe t) a cpai- 
feafiaiB t>o íabaifT; afi a ceiLe t)oi15. RaibiLin T>o -^uL 
beoLoiT^i v'a^ h^ 7 mac Coin bifeT)T)'aa€mafba'5 7 CCé-^ 
Ó5 vo T^efTxxiL aco'' ap rfof T;pa€ lafT^ain' 7' afaiLe'. 
Seinicm pnn, iT)on, mac 6oin OifOT), t>o mapba'^ t>o 

1383. 1 «Dia (=-00 a), B. ^ bl., A, B. »-* itl., t. h., A ; text, B. • om., 
B. AhtlaPep«ail.ad., A. •^78c, f.m., t. h.,A; om., B. " = «. «om., 
A. 



the same perBon, the autbor of 
the Hi8t. Mem. of tlie O'Bnens 
erroneouBly made Turlough and 
Brian sons of Dermot the Cleric 
(p. 480-1 ; Geneal. TableB,p. 467). 

• Maghnus. — Maguire. 

^Delivering lectures. — Literally, 
a-doing of reading. The meaning 



of the expression ia determined by 
the third (original) entry of 1 169. 

1383. ^Friday of tht Passion — 
Maroh20; Easter (XVI.D)falling 
on (the earliest date) March 22. 
Mageoghegan malces the extra* 
ordLnary statement that *' St. 
I*atrick*s dav and the Sunday of 



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died. — Aine, daughter of Echmarcach, son of Mag[h]nii8,^ 
namelj, chief entertainer and tribe-head of her own ilk, 
wife of tbe great Master TJa Eogain, namely, Matthew, 
8on of Concobur Ua Eogaín (that is, the Archdeacon) — 
and that Matthew was fourteen years continuousljr in 
Oxford delivering lectures® — died this year on the 2nd of 
the Nones [4th] of September. — Bean-Midhe, daughter 
of Mac Maghnusa, namely, the nun, died on the Nones 
[7th] of March. 

Kalends of Jan. on 5th feria, [24th of the moon,] a.d. 
1383. Ruaidhri, son of Art Mag Uidhir, was fciUed by 
the son of Donnchadh Mag Uidhir, (n£anely, by Domnall, 
son of Donnchadh the Mischievous, on the 5th of the 
B^lends of January [Dec. 28]). — Finnguala, daughter of 
Art Mag Uidhir, died. — Tadhg Mac Donnchaidh, king 
of Tir-Oilella, díed, namely, on the Friday of the Passion.^ 
— Diarmait, son of Concobur Mac Diarmata, namely, one 
who was to be king of Magh-Luirg, died. — John, son of 
Domnall Ua Ferghail, namely, chief of the hAnghaile, 
died.2 — ^Bishop Ua Mocha[i]n * died this year, [a.d.] 1383. 
— A great hosting by Niall Ua NeiU, with his sons and 
the nobles of the FÚth about him. The whole North * 
was de8troyed and bumed ond piUaged by them. Aedh 
Ua Neill junior and Raibilin Savage feU in with one 
another on an encounter and two thrusts of their spears 
were given to each other by them. Eaibilin went mortally 
injured to his [Bisset's] house and the son of John ^ Bisset 
kiUed him outright and Aedh junior expired with them 
[the Bissets] the third hour after [the combat] and so on. 
Jenkin the Fair, namely, son of John ^ Bisset, was killed 

*Nortk, — Namely, Do"wti ard 
Antrím, which lay north of KÍDel- 
owen, O'Ncill's territory. 

• Son ofJohn.—The origiual {mac 
Eoin) is perhaps employed here as 
tho native patronymic (Mac Keon) 
aasamed by the Bissets. 



ri383] 



the ReBurrection were upon one 
daythi8year" (1383)! 

^Diti. — ^For the respeotive places 
of O'Farrell'8 death and burial, 8ee 
F, M. iv. 692. 

• U t Hfochain. — Gregory of 
Tuam. See [1364], note 2 ; 1377, 
note 10, tupra. 



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TnuinnTn|i Raibilm i n-oifiecruf in T;-Shaíknri§. — ííluitx- 
cepxxifi hUa pLannaca[i]n, TOife^ 'Cuaiii-Raéa 7 TTlagnuf , 
mac *Oaui€ 7 Copmac, mac CCifi;; ÍHe^ U 1*6111 7 Seaan» 
mac 5apFtiai§, bjiaíaifi abba7> Lefa-gabaiL, afi n-a 
maiiba* Nonif CCpfilif- — ÍHurica*'' hUa bjiiain Des in 
blia^ain fi, i'oon, OCnno "Oomini 1383\ 

(lohannef* T>e Ljn^nano obnx: hoc anno, -010 16 menfif 
Pebjiuatiii ec fepulcuf efc in ecclefia Sanctn *Oominici 
in bononia.*) 



[b.] jCaU lan. ui. p., [L' u.'] OCnno T)oniini m.'* ccc.** locxx.* 

1111.** pilib hUa tla§aLlai§ (i'oon,** mac JiUa-lfa f uai'5*' 
hUi" RaigiLLaig, fi bfeipne*) t)o ej. — UiLLiam, mac 8afi 
6mainT) a bufc, T>ec. — ÍHaiLif, mac TTlic UiLLiam, t>o 
maf ba* T>'efcut\^— Oif ecuuf* vo §abaiL t>o hUa pLai€- 
bejiTOil 7 T>o hUa ÍHaiLLe jie ceiLe 7 eogan hUaíílaiLLe 
7 Cojimac cfiuinn t>o mapba'B ann*. — Nepx: mop t>o 
|abaiL t)0* hUa* NeiLL ap JcfLLaiB in bLia5ain fi'. — 
^OiapmaiTJ, mac TTlaiL[-8h]ecLainn ÍTIes TlagnaiLL,T;aife£ 
TT1uinnT;ipe-h6oLu[i]f, t>o mapba^ t>o cLainn Ra|naiLL 
TTIes flagnaiLL 1' peaLL.— Ruaitpi hUa TllaiLmuai'B, 
iT)oni pi pep-CeLL, T)'éc. — TTIuipcepTOc, mac TTIuipceprai^ 
hUi Concobuip, pi hUa-paiLp, T)'ec. — Ruai-Bpi, mac 
'CoippT)eLbai§, mic CCe'5a, mic eogain hUi Concobuip, 
iT>on, aipT>pi5 Connacc ap* einec 7 ap e§num 7 ap T>eiLb*, 
T^'eg. Ocuf T>a hUa Concobuip t)o "Benum 1* ConnactxnB 

1383. *»-*»t. m., t. h., A; om., B. »1d. t. h., A ; om., B. 



1384. >-5UTV,A. «-»'d'0, B. 



B. *a, A. •^bl., A, B. 



t h., A ; text (it>oii oro.), B. «-«» itl., t. hj, B ; om., A. <*•<* om., B. 



b-bitL, 



• MttrcWA. — Called na Raith- 
tiighi, **»lia8, of the feame" 
(Mageoghegan). He was 80n of 
Domnall the Fair, who was alain 
[1350], supra. 

^ John, — Born at Ligfnano in the 



Milanefe and professor of Canon 
Law at Bolog^. He glosted the 
Clementines and other portions of 
the Canon Law, togethcr with some 
of the CÍTÍl Laws. 



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by the people of Baibilin in revenge of Savage. — Muír- [1333] 
certach TJa Flannaca[i]n, chief of Tuath-Ratha and 
Maghnue, son of David and Cormac, son of Art Mag 
Uidhir and John, son of Geo£Erey, Unsman of the abbot 
of Lis-gabail, were killed on the Nones [5th] of April. — 
Murchadh ^ Ua Briain díed this year, namely, a.d. 1383. 

(John ^ of Lignano died this year, the 16th day of the • 
month of February and was buried in the church of Saint 
Dominic in Bologna.) 

Salends of Jan. on 6ih feria, [5th of the moon] a.d. [1334 B ] 
1384. Philip Ua Raghallaigh (namely, son of GiUa-Isu ^ 
Ua Raighillaigh theRed, king of Breifni) died.— WiUíam, 
8on of Sir Edmond ^ de Burgh, died. — Meyler, son of Mac 
William * [de Burgh], was killed by a fall. — ^A parley was 
held by Ua Flaithbertaigh and by Ua Maille with each 
other* and Eogan Ua Maille and Cormac*the Rotund 
were killed therein. — Great po^er was obtained by Ua 
Neill over the Foreigners this year. — Diarmait, son of 
Mael-Sechlainn Mag RaghnaiU, cbief of Muinter-Eolu[i]8, 
waa slain by the sons of Raghnall Mag Raghnaill iu 
treachery.* — Ruaidhri Ua Mailmuaidh, namely, king of 
Fir-Cell, died. — Muircertach, son of Muircertach Ua Con- 
cobuir, king of Ui-Failghi, died. — ^Ruaidhri, son of Toirdel- 
bach, son of Aedh, son of Eogan Ua Concobuir, namely, 
arch-kÍDg of Connacht [famed] for hospitality and for 
prowess aod for figure, died. And two Ua Concobuirs ^ 



1884. > Gilla . /«1. — Died in 
[1380], tupra, 

*Sir Ednwnd, Mac WUliam.-^ 
K«8pectiye heads of the Lower 
(northern, Majo) and Upper 
(sonthem, Galwaj) Mac 'Wllliam 
deBnrghs. 

• Wiih eaeh other.-^Supplj : but 
themeeting broke up in dÍBorder, 
ukd, etc. 

♦Corfnac.— 0'MaUey (UaMaiUe). 



*7» treachsri/. — At the door of 
the house of Riohard O'BeUlj (heir 
to tbe lordship of fireifny), A. L,C, 

^ Died,^ At an adyanoed age, t^. 

' Two Ua C<mcobtdr8,—**The one 
[Turlough junior] of the said Idngs 
Í8 ancestor of O'Connor Donn 
[brown] ; the othw [Turlough the 
red], of O'Oonnor Roe [ruadh, red]. 
And then began theee two names/* 
MageoghegaD. 



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1 n-a 7>iai§ in' blia^ain fi' : iT)on, 'Coifiji'oelbac Ó5, mac 
CCe^a, mic 'CoififiT>elbai§, mic OCe'Ba, mic Bogoin 7 73o\\í\í' 
'oelbafi íxua^, mac CCe^a, mic pei'5limce, mic CCe^a, mic 
eogain. — ^tucia, ingen hUi TJaiclig, ben ííluifiir meg 
[C]txair,i'Don, comajiba TJepmuinn T)abeo[i]5, 1)65. lof e^* 
(no" Oirep») ÍWas ^Boloigi mopTJUup efc*.— íllaigiTxefi 
Seoan ÍHac J'l-l-^'Co^rB'-^ aificinnec 7 petifun CCifi|- 
bjiof^a, le|coip** foLlumanca gaca "Dlilié 7 co haifiige 
an 'dIi§it> canonTO,** mofiT^uuf* efi: T>ecimo ]CaLenT>af 
luLii^ 

(Lofga'B* Chaifi5e-pep5Ufa Le NíaLL hUa NeiLL hoc 
anno, a ui|iL na Caf^*.) 

]CaL. lan. 1. p., [L.' xui.*], OCnno *Oomini TTl.*' ccc** Laxc* 
u.** "Oaibié,*" mac emainT>, mic tloibepT), t>o §abaiL la 
hCCe* hUa Concobaip^ — TTlag-Láips t>o Lofca-B La 
CLainn-T)onn£ai'5 7 La hUa Ruaipc in* bLia^ain [fi]«. — 
A79t Concobup*' Ó5, I mac T)onnca*a Hlic T)iapmaTO, t>o 
§abaiL ap cin ai'5ce t>o pinni pein ap CLainn-*Oonn5ai^ 
7 CaéaL Caipbpec TTlac ^Oonncai-B t>o mapba* La Con- 
cobup.— Cpeca mopa La CLainn-*Oonn£ai* a Cepa. CLann 
Ca€aiL 015 [U]i Concobuip t)0 bpeié oppa 7 8T>onT>unai| 
7 mopan aiLe Leo. OC cpeaca t)0 mapba-o t)oi6 7 a cup 
pein a CiLL-ConT>ui15^ — ÍT1aiT>m La hUaConcobuip PaiLgi 
ap ^aLLaiB in bLia'bain p 1, iT>on, La* TTlupca'5 hUa Con- 
cobuifi 7 Seippiam na TTli'^e vo mapba'^ ann e;; aLii 
muLTJi. — ^S'^^'CT^^r^ ^«c S'LLa-phinnen, caifeC TTluinn- 
T;ipe-peoT>a£a[i]n, pfiT>ie' lCaLenT>af* luini**; 'Comaf 

1884. "om., A. rf=1379<»^. »»-»» r. m., t. h., A ; om,, B. "=1383K 

1385. • bL, A, B. ^ om., B. «^ om., A. * =«^ . • obiic pref. (The 

entrj Í9 made into two independent obits. Strange, the failure to notice 

tlie fatilitj of diomal notation [pridie)^ witliont the name of the month.), B. 



• Boih ÍMWt. — LiteraUj, each 
Law (the Canon and the CÍTil). 

» The huming, «íc— Iii the F, M, 
the power of 0*Neill (ftfth entrj of 



thia jear) ia attríbnted to this 
boming. 

1385. ^ Taken prÍMoner. — And 
died in captÍTÍtj, A. L. C, 



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* Afagh'Luirg, ef^.— That ÍB, Mao 
Dermot's ooaiitrj wm bomedbj 
Mao Donongh of Tirerrill and 
O'Ronrlce of Breifnjr (Leitrim). 

' Cairbrieh. — 80 oalled from 



haTÍng been íostered in Carbor^ 
(Oairbre), co. Sligo. 

^DefecU, ete.^Foi tho looalitj, 
see the F. M. ir. 700-1. 



[1386] 



were made in Connacht after him this year : namely, [1] [1384 B.] 
Toirdelbach junior, son of Aedh, son of Toirdelbach, son 
of Aedb, 8on of Eogan and [2 J Toirdelbaeh the Eed, son 
of Aedh, son of Feidhlimidb, son of Aedh, son of Eogan. — 
Lucy, daughter of Ua Taichligh, wife of Maurice Mag 
[CJraith, namely, of the superior of the Termon of [St.] 
Dabeog, died.— Joseph Mag Sgoloigi died. — Master John 
Mac Gille-Coisgli, herenagh andparson of Airech-Brosga, 
an approved Lecturer of both Laws ^ and especiall^ of 
the Canon Law, died on the lOth of the Kalends of July 
[June 22]. 

(The buming® of Carraic-Ferghusa [was done] by Niali 
TJa Neill this year, on the vigil of Easter [April 10]). 

Kalends of Jan. on Ist feria, [16th of the moon,] a.d. 
1385. David, son of Edmond, son of Hubert [de Burgh], 
was taken prisoner^ by Aedh TJa Concobair. — Magh-Lidrg* 
was bumed by the Clann-Donnchaidh and by Ua Buairc 
this year. — Concobur junior, son of Donnchadh Mac Diar- 
mata, was taken prisoner on an inroad by night which he 
himself made on the Clann-Donnchaidh and Cathal Cair- 
brech * Mac Donnchaidh was killed by Concobur. — Large 
prevs [were captured] by the Clann-Donnchaidh in Cera. 
The sons of Cathal junior Ua Concobuir and the Stantons 
and many others with them overtook them. Their preys 
were killed by them and themselves forced into Cell-Con- 
duibh. — Defeat* [was inflicted] by Ua Conchobuir, 
namely, by Murchadh Ua Concobuir Failghi, on the 
Foreigners this year and the SherifE of Meath and many 
others were killed therein. — Gilla-Crist Mac Gilla- 
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hUa Coficfia[i]n, 1*0011, mac in efpuic hUi Ca|\C|xa[i]n, 
noiTOiji coit^íenn o** UDafiaf Impefi,*' ohuzf Wonif*" Wouim- 
bjiiiA — ^Donn TTlas Ui-Dip, mac in fii§, iwn, mac pioií- 
befiraig, T>'e5 ]CalenT)if*' lu.u.** 

®75b ]caU lan. 11. p., [L' xx.uii.'], OCnno T)omini m.^ccc* 
Ixxx." ui.* Slua| mofi la T)omnall, mac niuiiicefiTOi| 
hUi Concobuip, a qiií TTlic baran 7 a míUiU'B uileHeo. 
Ocuf niac RoibefiT) T)uinn-T)omna[i]nn vo matiba* 
ann** 7 mofian aiLe nafi aipmi€ep punn. — CCine', ingen 
Tllic "Oonncai'B, T^'eg, iT)on, ben hUi Ruaific, fai mna'. — 
Wialt TTlas 6o£a5a[i]n T)0 mapbcrB t)0 mac Uilliam 
•Oalcrcun, iT>on, aT)bu|i TOifig Cene[oi]l-phia£ai5*. — 
Cijiimon hUa T11ail[-8h]ecLainn vo mapba^ t>o *OaLa- 
TnjnacaiB 7 t)0 TTIas OCííiaL|ata. — "OomnaLL TTlag 
Co£La[i]n, iT)on, fii *OeLbna, t>o ég. — niaiT>m Le TTIac 
TTlupÉa^a, iT)on, t\i Lai§en, ap ^aLLaiB Ofpcii|i^ vú 
1 TX)ficaifi mofian t)o ^^aLLaiB. — p'nsin," mac Ruai'^fii 
Tíle^ eo€a5a[i]n 7*Oonn£a*, mac an c-facaifix: TTlejT^em, 
T)0 mafiba'5'. — Concobufi,* mac 'Cai-Bg hUi bfiiain, t>o 
mafiba^ afx caga^ CLainni-UiLLiam. — CaifLen' TTliLír 
T)aLauin T)0 §abaiL vo cLamn Concobuifi, mic CaíaiL 

1886. '«01165— íffoí.B. 

1386. '-1, A. « Ceineil-, B. »-T>e, B. * "OonnéaTÓ on t. line, with dott 
tmderneath and Concobap, OTerheifd, t. h., B. *^bl., A, B. ^om., A. 
•• om., B. 



* Bishop Ua Corcrain, — See 
[1369], note 10, $upra, 

*Imperial authorixation, — The 
instniment teetifjing that the 
Prímate (Segraye) pablished the 
Papal ban against Louifi of BaTaría 
in Armagh oathedral (June 25, 
1326) waa.drawn op hj Bindos 
Bandini, de Vacchareocia Fesulane 



diocesis, publicns Apostolioa et 
Imperíali aoctorítate notaríuB. 
(Theiner, p. 230.) Similarlj, the 
resignation of biehop Couroej of 
Rosswas formulated bj Donatos 
0*Morthy [Q'More], dericua Dub- 
linensis diooesÍB, publicus sacra 
Apo^tolioa et Imperiali [auctorí- 
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of the Zalends of June [May 31]. — Thomas Fa Corcra[i]n, 
8on of the bishop Ua Corcra[i]n,* notarjr general by 
Imperial authorization,® died on the Nones [5th] of 
November. — Donn Mag Uidhir, son of the king, namely, 
8on of Flaithbertach, died on the Kalends [Ist] of July. 

Zalends of Jan. on 2nd f eria, [27th of the moon,] a.d. 
1386. A great host [was led] by Domnall, son of Muircer- 
tach Ua Concobuir, into the country of Mac Wattin ^ and 
it was all de8troyed by them. And Mac Robert ^ of Dun- 
Domna[i]n' and many others that are not reclconed here 
were slain there. — Aine,* daughter of Mac Donnchaidh, 
namely, wife of Ua Buairc, an excellent woman, died. — 
Niall Mac Eochaga[i]n, namely, one who wa8 to be chief of 
Cenel-Fiachaigh, wa8 Idlled by the son of William Dalton. 
— Eirimon Ua Mail[-Sh]echlainn was slain by the Daltons 
and by Mag Amhalgadha. — Domnall Mag Cochla[i]n, 
namely, king of Delbna, died. — Defeat [was inflicted] by 
Mac Murchadha, namely, king of Leinster, on the 
Foreignere of 08Sory, wherein fell many of the Foreigners. 
— Fingin, 8on of Ruaidhri Mag Eochaga[i]n and Donn- 
chadh, son of the priest Megdem, were killed. — Concobar,* 
son of Tadhg Ua Briaio, was killed in the war of the 



L1885] 



[1886] 



The teztnal expresfiion íb oon- 
sequentlj a natÍTe rendering of 
ImperiaH auctoritate, 

1386. ^Mac JFoírtn.— The Anglo- 
Irish patronymic assnmed by the 
Bairetts of Tirawlej (Tir-Amhal- 
ghadha), co. Mayo. 

^Mac Robert, — Apparently a 
petty chief of the Barretts. 

* Ihm-I)omnainn,-—Fort of Dom- 
nann, At present, by the normal 
interchang^ of n and /, called Dun- 
donneU (bar. of Erris, co. Mayo). 

^Áine, — For where she died and 
waa buried, see the F. M, iv. 704. 



For the Cenel-Fiaohaigh, see 
1382, n. 1, iupra, 

* Conoohar, cfc— Thia entry is too 
meagre. O'Oonor the Red went to 
aid the Lower (northem) Mao 
William againat O'Oonor Sligo and 
the Mac Dermots. HaTÍng de- 
spoiled TirerriU, the united foroes 
marched against Upper (southem) 
Mao WiUiam. They were over- 
taken by the Clanridcards and 
O'Bríens. In the battle which 
ensuéd, the latter were defeated, 
Conor O'Brien being amongst th,e 
dain iA, L. C), 

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hUi pejigcnl 7 a Cabaitic vo 'Comof, tnac CaÉail htli 
Pqigait. — Clann-8heaain hUi pefigail 7 ^lau6n -00 
•5entini paifiri co5ai'5 a n-a|ai'B clainni niu|ica5a hUi 
Pefi|ail. tonspoTiT: hUi petx^ail Vinnfaiti'5 th) Clainn- 
c-8heaain 7 insin TTlic Uilliam th) gabail qnn, i'oon, 
ben hUi pejigaiL — Uagnall TTlac Conuifgi VeB." 

lCaL1an.iii.F.,[l.*ix.*,]CCnnoTk)n)ini m.*ccc.*»lacxx.* uii.* 
1nT)fai|i'5*' le Clainn-T^heaam hUi petigail a|i Zomof, 
mac Ca6ail hUi pefigail 7 ben Zommf w gabail, iT)on, 
Wualait, ingen hUi pe|i§ail (Ííluii6a'6a,' mic ^illa-na- 
naem, mic bjiaein hUi pefigail'), ben t\oV pefip eine£ 7 
Cfiab(r5 -00 bí 1 com|aí\ ^i^ — Zeí} vo '^enum a n-Ciíiain- 
A 7»b niaÉa* la Wíall | Ó5 hUa Weilt -00 ^it 'oam e^enn 
ann. — SaDB, in^en CCe'5a hUi Weitt,ben mic'Coin bifOT), 
W eg* lafi** m-bjieií bu(r5a •oomun 7 '5eiííun^— ÍTlac- 
Uittiam Ua&afia£,iT)on,RicaiiT) 05, T^'eg in*btia*ain fi^ 
— ^5^>FFI^I P^'o hUa *Oatai|,iT)on», ottam ejienn fie T)án, 
T)'e5 m** btia'5ain fi^ — Ruai'^jii hUa* Ciana[i]n T^'eg**, 
iT)on,* fai feanSai-^ gan** uifefbai-^^— Com ÍTlac T)om- 
naitt, f í 1nnfi-5att, v'é^. — pnemam,** mgen hUi 60501^, 
T)*e5^ — ^Domnatt mac T)onn6a5a T)ocaifi ÍTles Ui-^ip 7 
íTlaéa TTlac Contega* vo majiBa* 1 Citt-Waaite 1 qumx: 
jCattann mafcii. 

[b.] 1^«^ ^<^"- ^^'^* F-> [L' ax,*] OCnno Dommi m.*" ccc' 
txxx.* U111.* *Oomnatt hUa Concobuifi vo i>íil afi 
macaifieConnaÉc 7 OCfT)-in-caittin ^lnnfi lofia-Caipcm 

1387. ^T^eaó, A. » 0, A. •^bL, A, B. ^i>om., B. «^part ití., part 
onam., t. h., (A) M8. d^.eihnin, A, •=:»>-^ "motvctja eftn B. 
' onL, A. ^ Tnotvcuiif ofc (af ter f^eonéai'ó), B. * OCnlega, B. 

1888. •^bL, A, B. 



• Stronghold, — Longport ; angli- 
oÍBed Longford. The iown of the 
name is the plaoe iniended. 

'JoAn.— OTanelL 

For the CUn ofJohn, see [1378], 
note 4, 8ttprے, 



1387. 1 Smain.Macha.^Qee Todd 
Lecture8, IU. p. 182, note 6. 

* Son ofJohn,^8ee 1883, note 6, 
tupra, 

* Ua Dalaiph.^Chiet poet of the 
Mao Carthy8 of Desmond. Some 
of the poema of this O'Dalj are 



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Clann-WilHam.— The castle of MUes Dalton was taken [lase] 
by the fwns of Concobur, son of Cathal Ua Ferghail and 
given to Thomas, son of Cathal TJa Ferghaíl— The Clan 
of John IJa Ferghail and Dalton made a joint war againet 
the pons of Murchadh Ua FerghaiL The stronghold^ of 
Ua Ferghaíi was attacked by the clan ot John^ and the 
daughter of Mac William [de Bnrgh], namely, the wife of 
Ua Ferghail, was taken prisoner therein. — Raghnall Mac 
Conuisgi died. 

Elalends of Jan. on 3rd feria, [9th of the moon,] a.p* [1887] 

1387. An attack [was made] by the Clan of John Ua 
Ferghail on ThomaR, son of Cathal Ua Ferghail and the 
wife of Thomas, namely, Nualaith, daughter of Ua Ferg- 
hail (of Murchadh, son of Gilla-na-naem, son of Braen Ua 
Fergail), the woman of best ho8pitality and piety that was 
in her vicinity, was taken prisoner. — A house was built in 
Emain-Macha^ by Niall Ua Neill junior to recompense 
the [learned] companies of Ireland therein. — Sadhb, 
daughter of Aedh Ua NeiU, wife of the son of John * 
Bisset, died affcer gaining victorjr from world and from 
demon. — Mac William the Upper, namely, Richard 
[de Burgh] junior, died this year. — Geoffrey Ua Dalaigh ^ 
the Fair, namely, the best oUam of Ireland in poetry, 
died this year. — ^Ruaidhri Ua Ciana[i]n, a leamed his- 
torian without defect, died. — John Mac DomnaiU, kíng of 
Insi-Gall, died. — Finemain, daughter of Ua Eogain, died. 
— Domnall, son of Donnchadh Mag Uidhir t h e M i s - 
chievous and Matthew Mac Conlega were killed in 
Cell-Naaile* on the 5th of the Ealends of March [Feb. 25]. 

Ealends of Jan. on 4th feria, [20th of the moon,] a.d. [isggB.] 

1388. Domnall Ua Concobuir went on the Plain of Oon- 
nacht and Ard-in-caillin and the Islands of Loch-Caircin 



preflenred (.O'ReiU/, Irish Writers, 1 * CeU-Naaile. — See [1878], note 
p. 108)^ I 6, tupra, 

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DO lofc<r5 leif . Ocuf ^Ofnnalt 65, tnac íílic T)omTiaill, 
-00 ma|iba5 Wn vo\fc^ fin. — Clann htli Caifinin w 
ma|ibaÍ5 7)0 JíiallaiC CtjnT)ae Orfai'5e, i'oon, Sisiiai* 7 
C<^PPT^^ 7 S^Ua-paDjxais, meic OC'oaiiíi. 6fbai'5 mof 
t)o'n eUrfiain in baf fin Sisjiai'B. — Cf eía** pll vo vena/h 
la hUaConcobuiix |iua5 7 la mac n-^iafmaca af htla 
Concobaif n-'oonn. ÍTlac T)onn£ai'5 TJhife-hOitelta vo 
•5ut uime fin, ftuag mof, a coínne hUi Concobuif 'oúinn 
co nia|-Luifis 7 nia5-tun\5 th) tofca* teo, ere|i T:igiB 7 
ofbuf, Wn TJUfUf fin^ Cofimac TTlac T)onn6ai'5 'oo 
maf ba6 ta TTlac *Oia|\niaca 7 te ctainn mic phei'5timiíe* 
hUi Confiobuif, i'oon, in c-en mac|ii|tiob'pe|H\eine6' 7 
B 76c egnum 'oo bi 1 n-a aimpf. — ÍTluifcefxxxí | baca6, mac 
T>omnaitt, mic ÍHuipceficai^ hUi Concobuip, «00 T)uta 
faftongpofx: íílic *Oonn£ai'5 fa faftongpofT; hUi *Oom- 
naitt a Tnainifci|i Gf a-f uai-^. *Oaine im-oa "oo maTiba'5 
teo pa ctainn hUi baigitt co n^a bfiaiéfiB. fHac 8uiBne 
7 a mac 'oo §abait ann Wn TJUfUf fin. 

lCaU lan. ui. p., [U* 1.',] OCnno TDomini ííl.'* ccc.'* txxx.* 
loc"* Wiatt 05 hUa Weitt'oo gabait te Jattaill) in btia^ain 
fi. — ÍHuif if maet hUa Concobuifi "oo mapba'5 'o'en Uffiufi 
foigDe Tha-T)omnai5 ic^ rempott Ctuana-'oa-éopc te 
h[U]ib-Cettai§ leigi. — maet[-8h]e£tainn cam hUa 
Lo£tainn, fií Cofcumfua'5, -oo mapba'5 -o'a 'oefbpaCuif 
pein hi* pett 'fa** T)omnac pe peit mífít**.— ^itta-lf u 

1888. ^-f&A. «.litnvD,B. ».eaó,A. w»om., B. 
1389. ^a&A. «a,A. •*«., A, B. »^fom., B. 



1388. ^Mae DoMnotV/. — Con- 
stable oi gallowglasses, acoordÍDg 
to the F. Jf. The contexl ahowe 
that he was in the serrioe of 
O'Conor. 

" Was tlain. — In the more de- 
tailed aooount giyen in the F, JT, 
Mao Donough ia said to haye taken 
oharge of the rear of the retreating 



forav partj. In thia, the poet of 
danger, he bore the brant of the 
attaok, tintil O'Oonor theBed oame 
ap and ordered him to be taken 
alÍTe. Mao Donough, however, 
diedained to jield and f ell fighting. 
The ohief men of his side were made 
prieoners ; the rank and file, pur- 
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were burned by him. And Domnall juníor, son of Mac [18881 
Domnaill,^ was killed on that expeditíon. — The sons of 
XJa Cuirnin, namelj, Sigraidh and Cairpri and Gilla- 
Padraig, sons of Adam [Ua Cuimin], were killed by the 
Foreigners of the Countj of Ossorj-. Great Iobs to leaming 
[was] that death of Sigraidh. — Treacherous forajs were 
made by XJa Concobuir the Bed and bj Mac Diarmata on 
XJa Concobair the Brown. Mac Donnchaidb of Tir-Oilella 
went for that reaflon,[with] a large host, to meet XJa Conco- 
buir the Brown to Magh-Luirg and Magb-Luirg was 
bumed, both houses and com, by them on that expedition. 
Cormac Mac Donnchaidh was slain ^ by Mac Diarmata and 
by thesonsof [Aedh] son of Feidhlimidh XJa Conchobuir : 
namely, the one son of a king who was best of hospitalit/ 
and prowess that was in his time. — Muircertach the Lame, 
son of Domnall, son of Muircertach XJa Concobuir, went 
into the stronghold of Mac Donnchaídh to attack the 
stronghold of XJa DomnaiII at the Monaster^ of Es-ruadh. 
Many persons were slain by them, including the sons of 
XJa Baighill with their Unsmen. Mac Suibne and his 
son were taken prisoners there on that expedition. 

Kalends of Jan. on 6th feria, [Ist of the moon,] a.d» [1889] 
1389. Niall XJa Neill junior was taken prisoner by the 
Foreigners this year. — Maurice ^ XJa Concobuir the Bald 
was kílled by one shot of an arrow on a Sunday at the 
church of Cluain-da-thoro* by the XJi-Cellaigh of Ijeighe.' — 
Mael[-Sh]echlainn XJa Lochlainn the Crooked, king of 
Coroummadh, was killed by his own brother in treachery 
on the Sunday* before the feast of [St.] Michael. — GiUa- 



vUl. MageoghegED» strange to saj, 
has no mention of this notable 
traneaotioiL. 

1389. * Iftf Mrt<».—0'ConorPaly, 
A, L, C. 

• Cltiam'da'thore. — Mtadow o/two 
boart; anglidsed Cloonjhoro (a 



townland near Portarlington, in 
whioh the ohnroh stands). 

* Leighe, ^FoT the origin of the 
name, see L. L., 205b-6a ; for the 
localitj, 0*DonoTan, ít. 716. 

* Simday.'-QGp, 26 ; Miohaelmas 
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TTlaB lli'Sifi, TOifeS TnuinnnpG-pheoDaca[i]n, obnr;" 
A 79o qtiapTOlT)Uf T)ecenibpir. — | pilib, mac ^^lla-lfti tneg 
Ui'5iti,'oo mapba* i zeipx^ jCaUonn'* pebpuap n. — Memeaf 
hUa h&)5ain, bicaifi1nnfi-cain poii'Loc-hGfne,niofTniUf 
ef c* quafTO^ ]CalenT)af pebfiuafii.** 

}cáL lan. uii.' f ., [l.^ ocn.S] CCnno *Oomini TTl.^ccc.* 
xc.** Coga* mof in bliofeain fi'' ecef "Chisepnan hUa 
fluaiii£,iTK)n,'fí bfeifne 7 'Comaf, mac TTlaíganina hUi 
Raigillaig, iT)on, fi TnumnTJipi-TnailmofBa 7 TTlalnuf 
hUa TluaifC t)0 be€ in Tjpaé fin illaim ag hUa Tlagal- 
taig a CloiÉ loCa-hUaccaif. CCn Clo£ t)o íoUu'S t)ó 7 a^ 
eUx&^ aifci 7 a 'Bul co caiflen iofa-in-fguif 7 clann 
TTluifcepcaií hUi Concobuif T)'a leanmuin 7 a mafiba* 
leo ag fajbail in toca. — hUa Tluaifc t)0 leanmuin 
clainni Tnuifcefcail a 'CeaUa6-n"Oun£a'6a 7 maiT)m 
caepai'Secca vo buain eifcib 7 a CeallaC-TJunca^a, 
iT)on, CC€ T)aiíie-T)uba[i]n co 8liat-Caifbfi. — ^Pepgal 
hUa h6a|pa, pi luigne, t>q^. — ^Comap hUa Tlai|iUaife 
iT)on, pi bpeipne, T^'e^ in blia'Bain fi pa buai'B Onsía 7 
B 75d ai€pi|e 7 8eaan, | mac pilib hUi Tlai|iUai§, vo gabail 
pi§i na bpeipne 1' n-T^iafB Comoif 7 apaile. — bpian 
TTIoc CCe5a5a[i]n, oUam bpei€eTÍinu[i]f na bpeifne, 
quieuin in Chpifro*. — MiaU hUa Caicli§,* cananafi 
copoB Cloíaip 7 comopba T)aím-innfi, T^'eg'. — pecpuf 
hUa h&)5ain, T^eganac Loca-h6ipne, obnT;' fearoo' jcal- 

1389. »111., A, B. • =1379* . d It)— /<fe« (lOth), B, «om., A. 
1890. iWritten twice, B. "elu'ó, B. «o, A, *.tl-, A. •.iii.,B. 
b-bbL,A.B. <»om.,B, *om., A. ^=1379»»'. 

• [/a hOgain, — ** A name still 
oommon in Ini8hkeea [Init-cain, 
fair ifilaad], bnt anglicised Owens,*' 
O'D. iv. 716. 

1390. ^ The £ock, —'Bj meto- 
nymy for the priaon in the oaBtle 
of the Book. 

^KiiUd, ete. — '*BeÍDg bewraied 
to the BonB [recte, dan] of ICor- 



* GiUo'Isu, Philip, — The obvious 
inferenoe from this seqnence is that 
the father pre-deoeased the 8on< 
If 80, the Philip and Nehnniat 
entries belong to 1390. Perhaps in 
the Begisters whenoe they were 
copied, the A.D. notation (as in 
Qrace and Clyn) did not oommenoe 
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Isu' Mag Fidhir, ohief of Muinter-Peodacha[i]n, died 
on the 4th of the Ides [lOth] of December.— Philip,^ son 
of GiUa-Isu Mag TJidhir, was killed on the 3rd of the 
Ealends of Februarjr [Jan. 30].— Nehemias TJa hEogain,* 
vicar of Inis-cain on Loch-Erne, died on the 4th of the 
Ealends of February [J&n. 29th], 

Zalends of Jan. on 7th feria, [12th of the moon,] a.d. 
1390. Great war this year between Tigeman TJa Buairc, 
namelj, kingof Breifni and Thomas, son of Mathgamain 
TJa Raighillaigh, namely, king of Muínter-Mailmordha. 
And Maghnus TJa Buairc was atthat time in custodj with 
TJa Raghallaigh in the Ilock of Loch-TJachtair. The 
Ilock 1 was pierced through and he escaped thereout and' 
went to the castle of Loch-in-scuir and the clan of Muir- 
certaigh Fa Concobuir foUowed him and he was killed * 
by them in leaving the Loch. — TJa Buairc • pursued the 
clan of Muircertach into Tellach-Dunchadha and they * 
and the Tellach-Dunchadha were defeated, had the prey 
wrested from them and were pursued from * the Ford of 
Daire-Duba[i]n to Sliabh-Cairbri. — Ferghal TJa hEaghra, 
king of Luighni, died. — Thomas TJa Raighillaigh, namely, 
king of Breifni, died this year with victory of TJnction 
and penance and John, son of PhiUp TJa RaighiIIaigh, 
took the kingship of Breifni after Thomas and so on.— 
Brian Mac Aedhaga[i]n, ollam of jurisprudence of the 
Breifni, rested in Christ — Niall TJa Taiohligh, canon 
chorister of Clochar and superior of Daim-inis, died. — 
Peter TJa hEogain, dean of Loch-Eime, died on the 
6th of the Kalends of November [Oct 27]. — Bartholomew 



[1889] 



toagb, they Idlled him as he was 
leaTÍog the coTtt [oot] **, Mageo- 
ghegan (1390). 

» Ua Ruairc, eír.— To nnderstaiid 
this entrj, it hae to be retnarked 
that the Clan ol Murtough O'Onor 
the Momonian attempted (1370, 



F, M.; 1380, supra) to expel the 
0'Rourke8 and obtain the lordahlp 
of Breifnj (Leitrim) for themselTetf. 
*^ rhey^from,—JÁUín31j, defeat 
of cattle'spoil was wrestedfrom them 
and from the TeUach'Ihmúhadha, 
namelif, from, etc. 



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efiT>af MotieTTibiiir'. — pcqfijiéalon hUa Con|aile, cananaÉ 
7 raqiifDa TTlainifqiefi lefa-gabail, v*e^* flonif* luln.' 

]Cal.1an. i- f., [U' xx.iii.,'] CCnno T)omini íí).* ccc' 
xc.' 1.* hUa^ Ruaifc, iwn, 'Ci^epnan mofi, "00 'Bul a 
coinT>e hlli Raigillaig, iT>on, Sheaain, co T)f uimleéan 7 
pef af picic a lin. Clann muiticefTxxig htli Concobuif, 
niaf*T)o cualaDUji htla Ruaifc t>o t)uI, becan T)aine, 
hi' coinT)e htli RaigilLai§, laT) pein t)0 '5ul foime, coicef 
af pi&c af belafi-in-cpinai^. T>o bjiif hUa Ruaifc le 
n-a fcr6 an bealac af clainn muiiicefTxii§7TK)mafba5 
annfin 8eaan, mac maqganina hUi Concobuif 7 mac 
inicCCe5a in £leiT;i§ 7 T)fem T)'a lu6c leanmana 1 n-a 
faffU'5 7 an cuit) aile vo -5^1 a maiT)m t)iB^ — "Ca^s 
hlla hUiginT), ollam T)insmala f e T)án, D'eg. — ^Domnall 
05 máj Cajifíaié, I iT)on, fí T)ef-muman, t) eg 7 a mac 
T>ofii5a5 1* n-a* ina5 poji T)hef-mumain, | iT>on, T^rtg 
mas Cofféaife. — mac ^^lle-muife, iT>on, jii hUa- 
n[T)]efca-Cein, t)0 majiba5 T)*a bfiaíaiji fein. — hUa 
hCCnluain t>o maiiba'5 v'a bf aéaiji f ein 1 fealt. 

]CaU lan. 11. f., U [1111.',] CCnno Domini m." ccc** xc.' ii.* 
Thafmaic mag eocaga^i^n, iT)on, ijaifec Chene[oi]L- 
paÉaig, D'eg.— Cnfii (aimfei-^**), mac fleillmoifihUi 

1890. "=«. 

1391, >0, A. "miiTi,A. »a, A. MVa,A, •*bL,A,B. »»6paoe= 
13 U. left Taoant, B. 
1892. • bU A. B. ^ itl., t. h., A. B. 



' Samstan, — The term here sig- 
nifies one to whoee oharge were 
oommitted the chnroh with what 
appertained thereto and the re- 
▼enoea of the Honse. 

1391. >-£r«— <«JM/y.— Literallj, 
ofu/ a man ov*r twenty his comple- 
msnL 

* Five andíumty.^The A. L, C. 



and Mageoghegan read BÍxt^-fiTe 
This, in all probabilit^, was the ori- 
ginaL The F, M. gÍTO no nnmber. 
• Belach'in'crinaigh, — Pa$8 of ths 
withered [wood] : the old name (ao- 
cording to O'Donovan, iv. 721) of 
the pass leading from the monas- 
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Ua Conghaile, canon and sacristan ^ of the Monasterj of [1390] 
Lis-gabail, died on the Nones [7th] of July. 

Kalends of Jan. on Ist feria, [23rd of the moon,] a.d. [1891] 

1391. TJa Ruairc, nameljr Tigernan Mor, went to meet 
Ua lUdghillaigh, namelj, John, to Druim-lethan, his 
retinue being but one and twenty.i Xhe clan of Muircer- 
tach Ua Concobuir, when they leamed that Ua Ruairo 
went to meet Ua Eaighillaigh, [with] a small number of 
people, went themselves, five and twentj ^ [strong], before 
him on Belach-in-crinaigh.^ Ua Buairc by his good for- 
tune broke through the Pass against the clan of Muircer- 
tach and there were slain then John, son of Mathgamain 
Ua Conchobuir and the grandson of Aedh^ of the 
Quill and a party of their followers along with them 
and the other portion was utterly routed by them. — 
Tadhg Ua hUiginn. a competent oUam in poetry, died. — 
Domnall MagCarthaigh junior, namely, kingofDesmond, 
died and his son, namely, Tadhg Mag Carthaigh, was 
made kÍBg in his stead over Desmond. — Mac GKlle-Muire,^ 
namely, king of Ui-n[D]erca-Cein, was killed by his own 
Idnsman. — Ua hÁnluain ^ was killed by his own kinsman 
in treachery. 

Xalends of Jan. on 2nd feria, [4:th of the moon,] a.d. [1392 B.] 

1392. Diarmait Mag Eochaga[i]n, namely, chief of Cenel- 
Fiachaigh, died.— Henry (the Turbulent^), son of 



♦ u4«íA.— O'Conar, who died in 
[1338], tupra. 

^Mac GilU'Muire.—** rha,t is. 
Cn-Uladh 0*Moma," F. M. The 
omÍBBÍon of the explanatorj appel- 
lation in the Annals of Ulster and 
A. L. C. shows that the textnal 
name had at this time become a 
patronjmic for the jonior branch, 
oecnpjing Ui-Derca-Cein (bar. of 
Cartlereagh, co. Down) ; the senior, 



who held LethrCathail (Leoale, 
same oa), retaining the oríginal 
designation, O'Moma. 

The son of Oilla-Afuire (devotee 
of Marj), who was the eponjmoas 
head, died in [1276], tupra. 

• Ua hAnluain. — O'Hanlon, Iring 
of Oriel, A.L.C. 

1392. 1 Turbulent. — Literallj, 
unquiet ; employed here, aocording 
to the A. L. C, "per antiphrafdm." 



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MeiU, iDon, <r5bt]t\ aiivofii| ©penn, "0*05 po* teil bpe- 
ncnnu — ^Domnatl, mac enpi hlli ííeill, vo gaboil la 
'Coijiti'BetbaS hUa n-T)oninaitU iT>on, fii Cene[oi]t-Con- 
aitU — 8tua§ mofi ta Miatt hUa Neitt co maiéiB in 
Coici'5 uime ctim Jatt an c-8fiaT)Baite 7 nepc 5^tt vo 
gabait TH) T)o'n cuptif fin 7 8eipin pain t)0 maf boB T)o'n 
cufiuf fin. — Pnnguata, ingen ÍDa^Ufa, mic Ca€ait 
hUi ConSobuif, t)0 e?; in btioBain p. 

\cáL lan. iii[i.], f., [L' x.u.',] CCnno T>onfiini TH.* ccc.* 
acc.** 111.* CCe5, mac ConSobuif ÍDic "Oiaf maua, f 1 TTlui|i- 
túifs» "^'^ 7 Caéat, a mac, T)o ba€a5 aj 1nif-T)ai|pe 
fOfiioÉ-Ce. — Gmonn TTlas Rognaitt, iT)on, oDbuf afD- 
Txiífi§TnuinnT;ifi-h©otu[i]f, D'eg. — 1nT)fai|i'5 vo -Senum 
T)0 ctainn TTlic T)iaf maro af TTlac TJiafmarxi 05 7 cpoiT) 
T)o Éabaifc t)OiB T)'a Éeite 7 *Oomnatt t)uC TTlac *Oia[i- 
marxi t)0 mafba^ ann 7 Concobup TDac Thajimaca t)0 
|abait ann 7 Tluai'5fi T)ub TTlac T)iaiimaua vo jabait 
ann 7 pejilat, mac *Oonn£a*a f labaig 7 a cuji a caiften 
baite-in-TX)baif 7 a eto§ aff in btia5ain cecna — CCef> 
TTlac CCe'^a, iT)on,faef ^D'heg. — TTlaéa hUa h6o5ain,iT)on, 
caipettan Innfi-cain, D'heg in btio^ain fi** quinro^ lT)Uf 
Occobfif. — ^bfian, mac Tnhait[-8h]e6tainn hUi Cheat- 
taig, iT)on, a5buf fi| hUa^-TTlaine, D'eg. — ^pefgat Tnag 
8hamiur5a[i]n, iT)on, TOÍfec T3eattai§-ea6a£, iT)on, fai 
coiTx^enn t)o ctiafaiB 7 vo "^amaiB efenn, a t)uI T)'e5 
eT^fi Caifc 7 beattcaine in btio^ain fi. Ocuf pa | 

1892. • im — about (temporal) , B. 

1893. M, B. " O, A. «^ bL, A, B. »> om., B. 



*Feast of St, Brenann,—*' St. 
Brandon'tt áaj in Sommer,*' Ma- 
geoghegan (1391). That is, St 
Brendan of Cloníert, oo. Oalwaj, 
whose feast falls on Maj 16. It U 
called in Summer, to diitingpuish 
it from the festÍTal of his name- 
8ake, the patron of Birr, vhioh 
occurs in Winter (Koy. 29). 



*Fifth, — By excellence; i.e. 
Ulster. 

^Slain, — In a hand-to-hand 
enoonnter, hj Niall O'Neill, F. M. 

1393. ' Jff. — Literallj, ^n ; 
the 8urf aoe of the isiand so appear- 
ing relatÍTe to the water. 

* An attacky et^.— On the death 
of Aedh (^firet entrj of this jear) 



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\Niall Mor IJa NeiU, iiamely9 one fit to be arch-king of 
Ireland, died about the feast of [St] Brenann.^ — Domnall, 
son of Henrjr TJa Neill, was taken prisoner by Toirdel- 
bach TJa Doronaill, namely, king of Cenel-ConaiH. — A 
great hoeting by Niall Ua NeiU, with the nobles of the 
Fifth ^ around him, against the Foreigners of Sraidbhaile 
and sway over the Foreigners was obtained by him on 
that expedition a&d Seiíin White was slain^ on that expe. 
difcion. — Finnghuala, daughter of Maghnus, son of Cathal 
TJa Conchobuir, died this year. 

Elalends of Jan. on 4th feria, [15th of the moon,] a.p. 
1393. Aedh, son of Concobur Mac Diarmata, king of 
Magh-Luirg, died and Cathal, his son, was drowned at 
Inis-daighre in ^ Loch Ce. — ^Edmond Mag Haghnaill, one 
who was to be arch-chief of Muinter-Eolu[i]s, died. — ^An 
altack ^ was made by the sons of [Aedh] Mac Diarmata 
on [Maelruanaidh] Mac Diarmata junior and battle was 
given ^ by them to each other and Domnall Mac Diarmata 
the BIack was killed there, and Concobur Mac Diarmata 
was taken prísoner there and Buaidbrí Mac Diarmata the 
Black and Ferghal, son of Donnchadh* the Grey, were 
.taken prisoners there and put into the castle of Baile-in- 
tobair and they escaped therefrom the same year. — ^Aedh 
Mac Aedha, namely, a [famous] wríght, died. — Matthew 
Ua hEogaÍD, namely, chaplain of Inis-cain, died this year 
on the 5th of the Ides [llth] of October. — Brian, son of 
Mail[-Sh]echlainQ TJa Ceallaigh, namely, one worthy to 
be king of Ui-Maine, died. — Ferghal Mag Samradha[ijn, 
namely, chief of Tellach-Eathach, to wit, a general patron 
to the [learned] retinues and companies of Ireland, died be- 
tween Easter ^ and May-Day this year. And troubled and 



[1892] 



Maelraanaidh (son of Farrell Mao 
Dennot, who died in [1368], suprn) 
was made king oí Magh-Luirg hy 
Tomaltach Mac Denough of Tirer- 
rill, A, L. C, Henoe the attaclc 



deBcríbed in the tezt. 

• BatÍU icas given, — Add, with 
Mageoghegan (1391), <<the sons 
of Hngh were dÍBComfítted." 

^ Donnchadh.—ilLdiÁi Dennot. 



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cufn€a£, bfiónaS T>ama o'n báf fin. — ^Ragnailc, injen 
CCe5a, mic pei'Blini€e hlli ConCobuiii, i'oon, fai mna, 
'D'esin^blia'Sain fi®. — eT>ain, ingen Caíail Ó15 Ui Con- 
cobaif, ben bfiain, mic fTlail[-8h]e6Lainn htli Chellaig, 
T)'eE in btia5ain fi. — ^Domnall 7 ©monn, iT)on, T)a mac 
Tnail[-8h]e6lainn hlli Ceallaig, T^'egin* blia5ain fi, 
iT)on, f i§ hUa-maine. 

A 80a ]caL lan. u. p., [U' axtui.',] CCnno 'Oomini fTl.* ccc* xc.* 
1111.* bfiian THac Caba, Confícjabla Oifsiall, T^'eg. — 
Zccbj^ hXla pianna5a[i]n, caifefi TJhuaiéi-RaSa, t>o maf- 
boB TH) clainn 'OaibeiT) hUi phlannaga^ijn. — Ri 8aaxin 
(iT)on,^ RicafT)Uf^) vo €e£T; a** n-efinn® a pogmuji na 
blioBna fa 7 lafla Tnaijieif t)0 €e£r; leif. — fTlac 8iuf- 
Txm, iT)on, ngefna baile CC€a-lea€ain, vo mafboB t)o 
clainn Sheaain v* eifeqfui a pealU — ^5^''^"*Oomnai§ 
hUa hOogain, oifpcf®^ toca-heifine (iT)on,^in c-oifficel 
fiabafi^) 7 pejifun 7 aifcinneí Innfi-cain, vo eg in 
bUaoain fi. — íílaia ÍDac ^^lla-CoifgU, bicaif Clain- 
innfi, obiin fepxjimo ]CalenT)af TTlaii. — ^Lucaf* TTlac 
850U51E1, bicaif 0C6aT)-Luf£aife^ pefi' quaT)fasinca 
quaaiof annof,* T^'heg* in** bUa^ain fi*. — 'Comaf' 05 
TTlaj Ui'bif (iT)on,* fi pef-TDanafi*), iT)on, mac an 
^ 1 1 1 a "5 u 1 B, nauuf efr; hoc anno.* 

]CaU lan. ui. f., [U* uii.%] CCnno T)omini TTl.** ccc*" a«.o 
u." piUb TTlag Ui'Bif (iT)on^ piUb na cuaigi^^T^oes 
in bUa5ain fi : iT)on, fi pep-TTlanafi (fie' hen bUa-Bain 
T)e5 af fi6iT)"), iT)on, fep einig 7 egnuma 7 cofani^a a 

1398. ^=^ d-<lom.,A. 

1894. '-tlTicaiTve, B. •*bl., A, B. »»•»>= m^»» . •*om„A. "l.m., 
th., A ; text, B. «^ om., B. "n. t h., A ; text, B. 

1395. •^bL, A, B. »>-^itl.(alsor.m.),t.h., B; om.,A, •^=1883 ^»-^. 



»i5a#<«r.— April 6 (VII. E). 

1394. ' Canttable of OirgialU.— 
*< Or bead of the gallowglaases of 
tfae contrej of Uriell,'* Mageoghe- 
gan (1894). 



' iTaiTeft. — Bichard lan^ed at 
Waterford, Oct. 2, 1394. Por his 
proceediogs during hisnine montha* 
staj in Ireland, «ee Gilberi's Fice- 
ro^s, p. 264, iq. 



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saddened are tlie [leamed] companies by tliat death. — ^Ragh- [1898] 
naílt, daughter of Aedh, son of Feidhlímidh XJa Concho- 
buir, namely, an excellent voman^ died this year. — ^Edain, 
daughter of Cathal Ua Conchobair junior, wife of Brian, 
son of Mail[-Sh]echlainn XJa Cellaigh, died this year. — 
Domnall and Edmond, namelv, íwo sons of Mail[-Sh]ech- 
lainn XJa Cellaigh, namely, king of Ui-Maine, died this 
year. 

Kalends of Jan. on 5th feria, [26th of the moonj a.I). [1394] 

1394. Brian Mac Caba, Constable of Oirgialla,^ died. — 
Tadhg Ua Flannaga[i]n, chief of Tuath-Ratha, was killed 
by the sons of David TJa Flannaga[i]n. — The king 
of the Saxons (namely, Richard [II.]) came to Ireland 
this Harvest* and the Earl of March * came with him. — 
Mac Jordan,* namely, lord of the town of Ath-leathan, was 
killed by the sons of John de Exeter in treachery. — GKlla 
Domnaigh Ua hEogain, Official * of Loch-Eime (namely, 
the Grey Official) and parson and herenagh of Inis-cain,died 
thisyear. — Matthew Mac Qille-Coisgli, vicar of Clain-inis, 
died on the 7th of the Kalends of May [April 25]. — Luke 
Mao Sgoloigi,® vicar of Achad-Lurchaire for forty-four 
years, died this year. — Thomas Mag IJidhir junior 
(namely, kÍDg of Fir-Manach), that is, son of the 
Black Gillie [Mag TJidhir], was born in this year. 

Kalends of Jan. on 6th feria, [7th of the moon] a.d, [1396] 

1395. Philip Mag Uidhir (namely, Philipofthe 
[b a 1 1 1 e-] a X e) died this year : to wit, king of Fir- 
Manach (for thirty-one years), a man, namely, of hospi- 



*Eari of Jf«rcA.— See Gilbert, 
ib^ p. 278 0q. 

* Mae Jordan. — ^De Exeter. 

^Q^to/.— The term, it appears 
from the oontext, Bigniftes an eo. 
deaiastio administering the con- 
tentloiM joritdíotion of the bishop, 



not throoghoat the whole diooeee, 
bnt within a definite area. 

^Mac Sgoloigi. — Son of the 
farmer; a name still verj oommon 
in Fermanagh oo., where it ia 
uBiiallj anglioised Fanner (0*D. iy. 
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a>iwccta: tiLaroti. 



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qiiíe ofi comtififunnaiB. Ocuf pa lon eifie 7 CClba 'o'a 
Élti 7 T)'a aifiitim^ CC* eg |M btiai* On^ 7 aiépi^ 
"oecimo repinmo jcalen'oar CCpfiilif. — híla maile-T)tiin* 
Itnfis, i'Bon, TDomnall, «do gabail th) clainn CCi|ic TTles 
Ui'Bifx a peatL a 'Cejimonn T)abeo[i]5 7 a éomm ifin 
laimT)eoctif fin lea — CCn ^illa 'ouB Tnag Ui'Biti, 
iT)on, Tknnaf, mac pilib ÍDes Uit)iji, t)0 gabail f i|i pef- 
TTlanaÉ an* blioBam fi*. — Concobuf fua^, mac CCe^ 
fuai'5 TPes Ui^ifi, T)0 gabail leifin n-^^^''^ ^" 
T)uB TTlag Ui-bif 7 le hCCe'b TTlag Ui-Bif, iT)on, T)efi- 
bf\a€a[i]fi 1 n^ 5 1 1 1 a t) u 1 B. Concobufi fiua5 T)'elo§ 
ua6a in* blia'5ain ceOTa. — ^Domnall, mac TnuificeficaiS 
hUi Concobuifi, iT)on, T^igefina Sligié 7 Ifiixiifi | Connaci; 
uile, T)'e5 in blia^ain f^ a caiflen SLigig, iT)on, feficmain 
fiia íloT)Lui5t lafi m-buai'B OngCa 7 aiéjiige. 
(A) (B) 

Cat)laiJ mofx (i'oon,' p ofvc CablaiJ mofi, in^en Cotail 
na cf\i namazT), in^en hUi Conéobtiif\7 ptifxc na 
Cotoil hUi Conóobtiifv, i-oon, cfvi namaT) a T)efvd?i tf^]f^^<^ 
ingen fvij Connacc — iT)on, 7 ingen fvij Connate hi — ívou 
ben zoícteatj cfvomconaij hi, (e<c., as in A). 
"00 t)i 05 fofxoib uaifli[b], iT)on, íliall hUa •Oomnaill, fvf 
Ti^fve-Conaill 7 CCet hUa Rtiaifvc, fvi bfveipne 7 Catol, 
mac CCeta bfveifnij hUi Concobtiifv, fviT)amna Connaéc 7 
fifv aili naé aifvihicefv ftmn— a heg m bliaóam fi, lafv tn- 
btiait n-ai<:fvi5i 7 a hoólacti'ó a TnamifTifV na Oáille. 

1895. "-effi, A. "ÍTlaela-, B. »an, A <>7, pref.,A •^oxn., B. ^ 
«=1379«^. 



1396. ^ /br.— LiteraUy, 0/. De- 
fmding is the genitive of the infíni- 
tive in the oríginal. 

'ÍM (íecirp/ton.— ThÍB ooneisted in 
seizing the fogitÍTe within pre- 
cinote(</. 11U4, n. 4; 1162, nn. 1, 
2, tuprií) whither he had fled in the 
belief that the right of Banotuarj 
attaching tbereto was inviolable. 
Otherwise, he would, doabtlees, 



haye tried to effect his escape in a 
different manner. 

» Tht black, eíí.— ThÍB is a oon- 
tiuuation of the fírst ontry of the 
present year. 

*Domnall, son of Muireertach, — 
According to the A. L, C, (RoUm* 
ed. iL 290), he was eponymou8 head 
(Mac DomnaiUf mie Muircertaigh, 
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tality and proweas and for ^ defending his territory against 
neighbonrs. And Ireland and Scotland were fuU of his 
fame and report His death [took place] with YÍctory of 
Unction and penance on the 17th of the Xalends of Apnl 
[March 16]. — TJa Maile-Duin of Lurg, namely, Domnall, 
was taken prisoner by the sons of Art Mag Uidir in de- 
ception ' in the Termon of [St] Dabeog and he was slain 
after he was captured by them. — The black* 
'Gillie Mag TJidhir, namely, Thomas, son of Philip 
Mag TJidhir, took the king8hip of Fir-Manach this year. — 
Concobur the Bed, son of Aedh Mag XJidhir the Bed, was 
taken prisoner by the black Gillie Mag TJidhir 
and by Aedh Mag TJidhir, namelv, brothers of the 
black Gillie. Ooncobar the Bed escaped from them 
the same year. — Domnall, son of Muircertach * TJa Con- 
cobuir, namely, lord of Sligech and of all the "West of 
Connacht, died this year in the castle of Sligech, that is, 
a week before the Nativity, after victory of TJnction and 
penance. 



[1396] 



(A) 

Cablaigh Mor (namely, 
Port of the three 
e n e m i e s '^), daughter of 
Cathal Oa Conchobuir, that 
is, daughter of the kÍDg of 
Connacht — to wit, a proper- 
tied woman of great sub- 



(B) 
Cablaigh Mor, daughter 
of Cathal TJa Conchobuir and 
Port of the three 
enemies she used to be 
called and daughter of the 
king of Connacht was she — 
to wit {etc.<t as in A). 
stance was she, that lived with noble men, namely, NiaU 
TJa DomnaiU, king of Tir-Conaíll and Aedh TJa Huairc, 
king of Breifni and Cathal, son of Aedh TJa Concobuir 
the Brefnian, royal heir of Connacht and other men 
that are not reckoned here — died this year, after victory 
of penance and was buried in the Mona8tery of the Buill. 

O'Conora o£ Lower (north) Oon- ^ Port -^ enemiet, — ''Nicknamed 
naught ontíl 1686, wben thÍB branoh the porte and haven oi the three 
oalled themselTeB O*0onor (Sligo). enemies, beoause she was mamed 



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Una, ingen 'Cai'55 hlli Confobuifi, iT>on, ben* CCe5a fTles 
Ui'Bifi, -DO eg in bliotain fi. — 8eaan, mac OCijic TTles 
Ui'Biji, «00 mafiboB in blia'5ain fi afi pinnq[ia£T;-7>poma- 
baififi 'oecimo nono jcalen'oaf Sepcembpif . — pitip,' mac 
an 5^^^^ 'ouiB me^ Ui'5if, nactif efr hoc anno.' 

A 80b [b ] ]caL lan. uii. p ., [t' ocuin.',] OCnno T)oniini fTl.^ ccc** xc.' 
ui.** Ifial hUa Loclainn, i-oon, ri|ef na Cofcumf ua'B, -00 
mafba'B i^ peaU le mac T11ic*'-pff-an-a'5afT>aif "Da 
oipeSc fein, a n-'Di|ail a 'DejiBcomalca, iX)on, TTlail[-8h]- 
eílainn hUa LocLainn, 'oo mafb fan foime fin. — Con- 
cobuf, mac eo^ain hUi TTlaiUe, 'oo 'Bul afi innfai§i['5] 
a n-ldféuf ConnaCc, lucc luin^e : an° long "do líncro 
•DOiC vo mainiB na hecqíia fin 7 a m-baéa^ er^ef efinn 
7 CCfiainu — TTlcrca hUa Luinin, iT>on, aificinne£ na 
hCCfoa, i'Don, pef cefi 'oaC, ealoSnafi ecef "^an 7 fenfuf 
7 feinm 7 leiginn 7 eala'BnaiB ailiB, a Ó5 <* feacc* l'DUf 
Pebfiuafii. 

lCaU lan. 11. f., [U'xx.ix. ,] OCnno T)omini TTl."ccc.° xc.* 
U11.* TlicafD, mac TlicaifD a bujic, 'do e^ a uuf 6ff ai§ 
na bUoBna fa. — 8lua§a^ moji le TTlac "Oonncai'5 'Chife- 
hOileUa co TTlacaife Chonnacc 'do Sungnum le hUa 
ConSobuif n-'Donn 7 'do gabaDUf U^n^pofT: a Cuiffiefi 
Cinn-eici§ uile co n-a caefiai'oecT;. TPaf^ 'do cuaUr5 
hUa Concobuif f ua^ fin 7 TTlac UiUiam bufc — TTlac** 
T)onn£ai'5 co n-a £aefai'5ecT; "00 "5^1 co Cuiffefi Cinn- 
era§^ — Do cf uinni|e'DUii a n-ein ina'^, i-oon, hUa Con- 
cobuif fua'5 7 TPac UiUiam (bufcOi iwn, TTomaf 7 

1396. *bean, B. "=1383 K 

1896. ^ o, A, *-' 16, A ; 6 (soríbe wrote a oharaoter before 6, eraaed it 
and left the spaoe ▼acant), B. •*bL, A, B. *• om., B. 7, pref, B. 

1897. iTntiTi.A. *^bL, A, B. b-bom., B. « =1383»^»». 



to tliree hnsbands, that were pro- 
íessed enemies to one another/' 
Magheoghegan (1395). 

« Slain.^Jn the F, M. it ia stated 
that John was taken priBoner by 



Magoire (king of Fermaoagh) and 
delivered up to the O'Moldoons, 
who slew him in retaliation for the 
mnrder ol Domnall (seoond entrjr 
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TJna, daugliter of Tadhg XJa Conchobuir, namely, wífe [1396] 
of Aedh Mag TJidhir, died this year. — John, son of Art 
Mag TJidhir, was slain * this year on Finntracht-droma- 
bairr, the 19th of the Xalends of September [Aug. 14]. — 
Philip, son of the black Gillíe Mag TJidhir, was 
bom. 

Ealends of Jan. on 7th feria, [18th of the moon,] a.d. [1396 B.] 

1396. Irial TJa Lochlainn, namely, lordof Corcumruadh, 
was killed in treachery by the son of Mac-girr-an- 
adhasdair^ of his own sept, in revenge of his foster-brother, 
that Í8, Mail[-Sh]echlainn TJa Lochlainn, whom he * killed 
before that. — Ooncobur, son of Eogan TJa Maille, went, a 
ship's crew, to make an attack in the West of Connacht : 
the ship was fíUed by them with the valuables got on ' 
that ezpedition and they were drowned ^ between Ireland 
and Ara. — Matthew TJa Luinin, herenagh of the Ard, 
namely, an expert, leamed man both in^ poetry and hÍ8tory 
and melody and literature and other arts, died on the 6th 
of the Ide^ [8th] of Febmary. 

Kalend8 of Jan. on 2nd feria, [29th of the moon,] a.d. [1397] 

1397. Bichard, son of Bichard de Burgh, died in the 
beginning of the Spring of this year.^ A great hoeting by 
Mac Donnchaidh of Tir-Oilella to the Plain of Connacht, 
to aid TJa Conchobuir the Brown and they all encamped 
with their herds on the Curragh of Cenn-eitigh. Wben 
TJa Concobuir the Bed and Mac WiUiam de Burgh heard 
that — that Mac Donnchaidh went with his herds to the 
Curragh of Cenn-eitigh — ^they assembled into one place, 
namely, TJa Concobuir the Bed and Mao William (de 



1396. ^ Mae'girT'an'adhasdair, — 
8on ofthe dwcirf ofthe halter; an ap- 
parentlj ignominioas soabríquet, 
the origin oí which is iinknown to 
me. 

' iTe.— Irial O'Longhlin. 



• Ooi on, — ^Literall/, of (i, e. the 
resolt oí the piraoj). 

♦ Droumed, — " But one man only, 
that eecaped bj some hard Bhiíti*' 
Mageogbegan (13^6), 

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clcmn CoÉflnl 015 hlli Con£obuifi 7 clanti CCe^a lílic 
B 76d ^Oicqfimoua | 7 coimcinol ^atloslaS Conna&pa|iu.* ZH' 
caDUf\ innfai|i'5 ají lon^pofir; hUi Concobuifi 'ouinn 7 ni 
fuxibe hUa Concobuifi pein ann tn txíí\ fin. fJifi'TÍioíai'S 
mo|i|io ÍTlac *Oonn£ai'5 an fluaig fin no co TOinic* htla' 
Concobuifi |iua'5 fonn, moji maf cflua^ cuigi 'far\ ina* a 
fioiCe 'n-a longporiT:. T)o mafiba'b imofifo íílac *Oonn- 
caiT) annfin 7 CCe'B cae6, mac CCe'Ba, mic 'Coijifi'oelbaig 
híli Conoobuif 7 DiafimaiT; TTlac T)onn6ai'5, iT>on, a^bufi 
fiig 0-nOilella 7 'oa mac Huai'Bfi, mic tnailjiuanaig 
tnic *Oonn£ai'B 7 CC\iz» mac Cafiail cleitiig ÍDic T)onn- 
5ai'5 7 Cu-ai6ne, mac Con-ai€ne hUi Concobuifi 7 TTIac 
8ui6ne, i'Don, ConfDabla ConnaccofliaBfif 7T)onnccr5 
TTlac SuiBne^DonnfleibeTTlac 8uibne,i'Don, 'oa'oef.bfai- 
éaifi TTI1C 8uiBne, 7 Concobufi TPac 8uiBne 7 ecTxi ini'5a 
aili na£ pecufi a n-aipim afi a linmuiíiefc. Ocuf ni feT^ufi 
fiim no aijiitíi af na heDalaiB ppié ann do buaiB 7 d'o- 
caiB 7 D'eiDe'5. TPufi "00 cuala'5 Concobuif Donn in 
maiDm 'oo íabaijii; 7 TPac T)onncai'5 "00 majibcrS 7 a 
FaflonspofT; pein -00 duI D^a qfieoip, 'oo cuai'5 pa faepai- 
'^eCchUi Concobuippuai'57clainni mic phei-^limée* 7 ni 
pecup aipiTÍi na cpeiÉ fin' W pigne/ ap a linmuipe^T:. 
Ocuf ap upofccr5 na ceT; peile TTluipe D'phosmup do 
poncr5 na gnima f a. 

A 8O0 pei'5limi'5, mac Ccrcail i hUi Concobuip 7 DuBgall 
TTlac T)omnaill 'oo éecT: rapeif in tftaDma fin co T;ec [U]i 
^Oomncnll 7 fgela in Acr^ma D'inDifin do 7 hUa* TDom- 

1897. *-& B. » 0, A. * -tni^ B. ^ mcnlte pm— «fon^ with thm, B. 
• — b-b. Mom., A. 



1397. 1 Whereupon. — Supply : 
Mao Donough and his people were 
defeated, F, M. (1897). 

Here, on the right margin of B, 
the text-handwrote; ÍTl 01*0111 Cii|i- 
pi5 CinTi-eicls— Z>?/éa< of the Cur- 
ragh of Cenn-eitigh, 



■ Jfofíntef «.— The Gorlieu moan- 
tain hetween the oos. Rosoommon 
and Sligo. 

* NorthwardB, — Literallj, <^tni. 
warde, Similarlj, in the next para- 
g^ph, for norOiern part, the 
orig^al has lower part. 



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Bui^h), that Í8, Thomas and the sons of Óathal junior HZ9TI 
Ua Conohobair and the sons of Aedh Mac Diarmata and 
the muster of the gallowglasses of Connacht along with 
them. They delivered an assault on the camp of XJa 
Concobuir the Brown and TJa Conoobuír [the Brown] was 
not there himself at that time. Howbeit, Mac Donnchaidh 
perceived not that host, until Ua Concobuir the Bed came, 
[with] a large horse-host, upon him into the place where 
he was in his camp. Whereupon ^ there were then slain 
Mac Donnchaidh and Aedh Blind[-eye], son of Aedh^ son 
of Toirdelbach Ua Concobuir and Diarmait Mac Donn- 
chaidh, that is, the future king of Tir-Oilella and two 
sons of Buaídhri, son of Mailruanaigh Mac Donnchaidh 
and Art, son of Cathal Mac Donnchaidh the Cleric and 
Cu-aithne, son of Cu-aithne Ua Ooncobuir and Mac Suibne, 
namely, Constable of Connacht from the mountain* north- 
wards • and Donnchadh Mac Suibne and Donnsleibe Mac 
Suibne, that is, two brothers of Mac Suibne and Ooncobur 
Mac Suibne and many others were slain^ that it is not pos- 
sible to reckon for their number. And it is not possible to 
put tale or reckoning on the chattels that wero found there 
of beeves and horses and apparel. When O'Concobuir the 
Brown leamed that the defeat was inflicted and Mac 
Donnchaidh slain and his own encampment gone into 
their power, he made for the prey* of Ua Concobuir the 
Red and of the sons of [Aedh] son of Feidhlimidh. And 
it is not possible to reckon those spoils that he made for 
their number. And on the Vigil** of the first feast of 
Mary in Harvest [Ang. 14] these deeds were done. 

Feidhlimidh, son of Cathal [junior] Ua Concobuir and 
Dubhghall Mac DomnafiII went after that defeat to the 
house of Ua Domnaill and told him news of the defeat 



•* J/«iy— #201«.— Literallj, tnany 
oiher feaU [of slaughter] ; by mo- 
tonomj for the slain. 

*Prey, — ^Thevictorshad marohed 



therewith as far as Leitrim, Mageo- 
ghegan (1397). 

<• VigiL — Literally,/M<: here, 
by sjnecdoche, 8igiiifying the vigil 
of the feBtival. 

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fiaiU •o'iafioi'B teo i Caifippi. hUa Domnaill co n-a nnol 
TK) €e& le clainn Coíail 615. Caifipftig 7 Oileltaig vo 
nnol 1 n-a n-a|ai'B. hXla Domnaill co n-a fluaig vo 
•Bul co hiCTOji 'Cifie-hOilella 7 ^tifan OCenaS. 'Ci|i 7 
qfibanna vo lofca* Leo ann 7 mac Cofniaic, mic Ruai'Bfii, 
•o'aiigain "00115. ÍTlaeltiuanail ÍTlac T)onn£ai'5 7)0 gabail 
néeiinu[i]r Chifie-Oilella in zan fin. Coti 7 censal vo 
'Benum th) ÍTlac 'Oonnfiai'B y vo hXla T)omnaill fie ceile 
7 -00 clainn CoBail 015 7 'o'hUa "OutíDa 7 »00 hUa 6a|yia. 
hUa *Oomnaill 'oo •Bul v'a €i§ pein Wn cupuf fin 7 
clann CaCail -do zeíz a Caipppi ap a cop fin 7 ÍTluinn- 
rep-T)uipnin 7 ÍTlac "Oomnaill Jatloslafi co n-a clainn. 

ÍTluipcepTxxÉ baca£, mac Domnaill, t)o beÉ a pafa- 
caille in Txxn fin 7 an meiT) rainij T)o salloslacaiB ÍTlic 
B 77» BhuiBne beo ThaiT)m Cuippi^ | Cinneing papif annfin, 
pa "Oomnall ÍTlac 8uibne 7 pa hUa n-eagpa lapfeipac. 
1nT)foiéi'B "00 'oenum T)o ÍTluipcefrac bacac 7 t)oiB fin 
uile ap clainn Caíail Ó15 co Lif-in-T)oill 7 co bun- 
bfenoigi. htja T)omnaitt vo ceci;, becan bui'Bne, a 
cenn ctainni Caéait 7 ?:foiT) T)o fexbaip i; T)oiB pa bun- 
bpenoigi 7 an qfioiT) t)0 bpife'o ap ctainn Chacait 7 
ÍTlapcuf TTlac Domnaitt vo mapbo'B innui 7 a mac, 
iT)on, T)ubgatt ÍTlac** Domnaitt*' 7 Goin ÍTlac 81^15 T)0 
mapboB ann pof 7 mopan vo gattogtacaiB nac aipmiéep* 

1897. «réceT^A. 



• Atfar a», — Literallj, and to, 
^Jtvaidhrú — MacDonoqgh (Mao 

Donnoliaidh). 

7 Took th$ lordéhip,^YoT the Idng 
and next heir oí Tirerrill (Tir-Oil. 
ella) were both slain in the aotion 
oí Aagost 14. 

* Compact, etc. — Aceording to 
Mageogbegan, Mao Donough and 
O'Hara gave hostages to O'Donnell 
and thesonsoíCathal. O'Donnell, 
the sequel showa, undertook, in 



retum, to aid the others in holding 
Oarbury (Cairbre). 

• Jtetumed.-~lÁtenVíj, went. 

" IfUo Caír6r«.— For the purpose 
of partitioning it amongst them. 
The aocount in the F. M, atateii 
that a diapute arose respeoting the 
dividon, to arrange wbich O'Don- 
nell retumed on the morrow, with 
a small bodj of horse. 

" Muircertaeh. — Lord of Car- 
bury. 



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and a8ked TJa Domnaill to go with them into Cairpre. 
TJa Domnaill with his muster came with the sons of 
Cathal junior. The men of Cairpreand Tir-Oilella mus- 
tered against them. TJa Domaaill with his host went to 
the northem part of Tir-Oilella as far as* the Meeting- 
Field. Houses and crops were burned by them there and 
the son of Cormac, son of Ruaidhri,® was despoiled by 
them. MaelruaDaigh Mac Donnchaidh took thelordship ^ 
of Tir-Oilella at that time. Compact ® and alliance were- 
made by [Maelruanaigh] Mac Donnchaidh and by TJa 
Domuaill and by the sons of Cathal junior and by TJa 
Dubhda and by [the Eastern] TJa hEaghra with each 
other. Fa Domnaill retumed • to his own country on 
that occasion and the sons of Cathal junior and the 
Muinter-Duirnin und Mac Domnaill the Gttllowglass with 
his sons went into Cairbre ^® in accordance with that com- 
pact 

Muircertach^^ the Lame, son of Domnall»^^ was in Fasa- 
caille at that time and as many of the gallowglasses of 
Mac Suibhne as came alive from the def eat of the Curragh 
of Cenn-eitigh were along with him there, under Domnall 
Mac Suibne and imder the Westem Fa Eaghra. An 
offensive march was made by Muircertach the Lame and 
by all those on the sons of Cathal junior to LÍB-in-doill 
and to Bim-Brenoigi. TJa Domnaill came,^^ [with] a small 
force, to join the sons of Cathal and battle was given by 
them beside Bun-Brenoigi and the battle went against^^ 
the sons of Cathal. And Marcus Mac Domnaill was slain 
in it and his son, namely, Dubghall Mac Domnaill and 
John Mac Sitig[h] were slain there also and many of the 
gallowglasses that are not reckoned here. Great foray8 were 



[1S97] 



^Donmall.—See 1395, note 4, 
supra, 

^ Came. — This proves that 
O'Doxinell aided his allies in their 
vain effort to reiain Carburj. 



" Went againtt, — Literallj, was 
brok$n on, 

Here, on the left margin of B, 
another hand wrote : T11ait>Tn biin' 



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annfo. Cfiefia moiia vo '5enum vo clamn T)oínnaill, 
mic tílui|icefiTOi| hUi Concobuifi, ap clainn Ca€ail 015 
hlli Concobui|i 7 clann Caíail vo cuji TOfi* eifine anunn 
ajiir. CCíi cfiofca* na peile ÍTluifie moifie vo |iona* 
na snima fa uile. 

NiaLL (NiaLL' mofi hUa NeiLL»), mac CCe^a rtioiti hUi 
í^eiLU ai|iT)|ii| ULat 7 imcornumaS eitenni, "00 éjin 
bLia^in fi, ia|i m-buai'& On^ca 7 ai€t\ií;e. Ocup a mac 
•00 t^i§a6 'n-a ina'5, iDon, NiaLL 05 hUa NeiLL 

(CCivc^ (iDon,* CCfvc CuiLe*), mac phiLib na T;uai'5e ínhe5 
Ui'&i{i, 'oo rtia|iba5 T)*utiíu|i fai^roe fepuimo lCaLen'oar 
lanuaiiii, iDon, La peiLe Scephain, 1397 CCnno TDomini, 
Le cLoinn ínhe5 8hart)íiaéa[i]n^) 

lCaL lan. 111. p , [L'x.*,] OCnno "Oomini ín."ccc.*xc.* uiii.' 
T)aibi€ hUa T)uib5enna[i]n, oLLam ua|xiL fie^ feonCatV», 
TK) eg a'' TX)fUc eptiaig na bLia'^na fa\ — 8Lof;a'5 mofi Le 
ííiaLL 65 hUa NeiLL, i'oon, pi ULa5, t)ocum hUi *OomnaiLL 
7 niji'an Wn cupup fin no gu tiaini5 ínainifci|i efa- 
|iuai'5 7 "00 aifis fiaD an TTlainifciii pa n-a hinnmuf 7 pa 
A 80d n-a heLLaigiB 7 Tri|i-|CCe'5a -do ííiiLLiu'5 Leip "oo n cupup 
|nn. TDfiem^ »00 muinnnp hUi T)omnaiLL "oo íabaific 
TX)£aiii Wn c-fLuag 7 CCe'b, mac pejigaiL hUi Ruaiiic, -00 
^abaiL 'oo'n cupup fin. Ocup hUa NeiLL'oo €e& 'o'a 
€ig. — 8Lua|a5 Le THac UiLLiam bupc, i-oon, "Comaf a 
bu|ic 7 Leif hUa Concobuifi íiua'5 7 Le cLainn CafeoiL 
015 7 Le cLainn ínic T)ia|imaTxx 7 ze6z a c|ii6 ínic 

1S97. «011—011, B. « « 1. m., t. h., B ; om., A. *»* 8O0, t m., n. t. h., 
A ; om., B. »» over CCxvc, (A) MS. 

1898. ^-eom, B. •*bL, A, B. >»-»>om., A. «^ in bliccDcnn fi— <A« 
^ear, B. 



bjfienoige onfo — The defeat ofBuH' 
Brenoige [íb desoribed] here. 

^Oreatfoast 0/ líary.— Though 
AugoBt 15 ÍB thuB oalled in tíie 
Calendar of Oen^, the context 



lea?e8 no doabt that the íestÍTal of 
the Nativitj (Sep. 8) ÍB here in- 
tended. 

" Niall, «í<r.— (Mvcn in the F, Jí. 
nnder 1308. But the creteria of 



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made bj the sons of Domnall, son of Mtdrcertach Ua Con- [1897] 
cobuir, on the sons of Cathal junior XJa Conoobuir and the 
Bons of Cathal were put across the Erne to the far side again. 
On the Vigil of the great feast of 11317^*^ all these deeds 
were done. 

líialli« (Niall Mor XJa NeiU), son of Aedh Mor XJa Neill, 
arch-king of TJlster and contender [for the Idngship] of 
Ireland, died this year, after victory of TJnction and pen- 
ance. And his son, namelj, Niall TJa Neill junior, was 
made Idng in his stead. 

(Art (namely, Art of Cuil), son of Philip Mag XJidhir 
of the [battle-]axe, was killed bj the shot of 
an arrow on the 7th of the Zalenda of Januarj [T ^. 26], 
that is, the feast day of [St.] Stephen, a.d. 1397 by the 
sons of Mag Shamhragha[i]n.) 

Kalends of Jan. on 3rd feria, [lOth of the moon,] a.d. [1898] 
1398. David Ua Duibgenna[i]n, eminent professor in 
history, died in the beginning o'f the Spring of this 
year. — A great hosting by Niall TJa Neill junior, namely, 
Idng of TJlster, against TJa Domnaill and he 8tayed not on 
that ezpedition until he reached the MoDastery of Es- 
ruadh. ^nd they piUaged the Mona8tery in its wealth 
and in its herds and Tir-Aedha was de8troyed by him on 
that expedition. A party of the people of XJa Donmaill 
gave battle to the host and Aedh, son of Ferghal TJa 
Ruairc, was taken prisoner on that occasion. And XJa 
Neill went^ to his own house. — A h6sting by Mac William 
de Burgh, namely, Thomas de Burgh and by XJa 
Concobuir the Red and by the sons of Cathal junior and 
by the sons of Mac Diarmata^ and they came ínto the 



the present entrj are apparentl j too 
preoise to be erroneons respecting 
the jear. 

1398. 1 fTent, «tó.— **Retumed 



home withont loss and in safetj," 
Mageoghegan ( 1 398) . 

^MaeDiarmata,'-Bng\i (Aedh), 
who died in 1393, aupra. 



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T)onn6ai'B t)oiI5 7 cm ciii 'do iíiilliu'5 co leifi leo. Con- 
Éobufi 05 ÍTlac Diafimaca 7 a b|ia€ai|i vo '5ul th) Suap- 
TOCU'5' a ínuié-Lui|\5 o'n T;-fluag fin. ÍTlac *Oia|iniaTO 
'DO xaeSíZ an 01*501 fin co tílainifci|i na buille 7 a puai|i 
fe 'Do bia5 innui 'oo' Éufi' a\í CajifiaiB toca-Ce. tofi^ 
na f e'^na Vf agail 'do cUnnn THic T)iafiniaca 7 a ten- 
B 77b tnuin T)oil5 ap a I0Í15 co he£-|Di\uini 'Cifie-bfiiuin 7 
cempoll e£-T)tionia vo lofco^ leo aji íllac n-Diaf maca. 
Ocuf a bfiaéaif -00 nia|iba5 ann, i'Don, Concobutx tílac 
TDiafimaca 7 mofian th) muinntnf íllic TDiafimaca -do 
mqfvba^ leo 7 a n-ei£ 7 a n-eiT)ig vo buain t)iI5. Ocuf 
a n-ini€e& za\í a n-aif maf* apoibe in fluag ceOTa / 
ajiaile*. — ^1nT)faigi'5 vo '5enuni vo ínuifce|iTxx£ hUa Con- 
cobuifi afi hUa n-Domnaill a 'Ci|i-0Ce'5a 7 ni fuc fe aji 
eT)ail in Txin fin. Ocuf a n-innw^, o na£ f ucaT)U|i, co 
hef-fuai'5*. CCe* htla Duifnin vo bpeií ofifia ann fin 
7 imf uaga'^ t)0 íabaif t; t)OiB fa bel-aía-fenaié co 01105^» 
cofgafiac. T)o loiT;e'5 ea6 CCeha ann fin 7 t>o leaga'^ e 
f ein 7 jiuc t;iuI5 an TJ-fluaig aif ann fin 7 t>o mafbaT^ufi 
e. — ínufca'5 ban htla pejigail, iT)on, fai mic TOifife T^'e^ 
in blia'^ain fi 1* n-a cig p ein,* aiji* buai'5* n-ai€fi§e®. — 
lafla' T)ef-ínuman T^'e^ in blia^am fi, iT>on, ^©í^^'^ 7 
pa lan eijie T>*a esaine. — fluai'5fii, mac CCe-^a TTle5 
tli'5i|i, T) 05. 

1398. « -ustró, B. M ^ étiiTV (preterite), B. « murv, A. • -fc B. « -gi, B. 
<-<iom., B. •^iap, Tn-buai'ó— q/íer viet<}ry, B. ' Here, r. m., t. h., B, íb : 
^gejfVorD, loTila — Gerald, Earl, 



' Cenchohur, — Son of the Hugh 
j«8t mentioned. 

^ MaeDiarmatcu —Maélnianaigh, 
Idng of Magh-Luirg (Mojlurg, 
in bar. oí Bojle, oo, Rosoommon). 
The A, L, C, and Mageoghegan 
state that he was taken prisoner 
on thÍB oocasion. For the caoBe of 



the preeent tribal f ead between the 
Mac Dennots^ eee 1393, note 2, 
8upr<i, 

^RiUed Atm.— That is, he was 
trampled to death bj hia own 
people in pnrsuit of the vanqaÍBhed. 

^ Oerali. — ''A nobleman of 
wonderfnll lK)antie, mirth, cheer. 



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country of Mac Donncbaidh and the territorjr was com- 
pleteljr destroved by them. Conchobur* Mac Diarmata 
junior and his kin6man[-men] went from that host to 
reconnoitre Magh-Lurig. Mac Diarmata^ came that night 
to the Monasterj of the Buill and what food he found 
therein he put on the Eock of Loch-Ce. The track of the 
force was got by the sons of Mac Diarmata^ and they 
f oUowed them on their track to Ech-druim of Tir-Briuin 
and the church of Ech-druim was bumed by them on Mac 
Diarmata.^ And his brother^ namelj, Concobur Mac 
Diarmata, was kílled there and many of the people of 
Mac Diarmata were killed by them and their horses and 
accoutrements were [forcibly] taken from them. And 
then they [the reconnoitring party] went back to where 
the host was and so on. — An attack was made by 
MxLÍrcertach Ua Concobuir on Ua Domnaill in Tir-Aedha 
and he seized no property that time. And they tumed, as 
they seized it not, to Es-ruadh. Aedh Ua Duimin over- 
took them there and inflicted def eat on them courageou8ly, 
triumphantly near Bel-atha-Senaigh. The horse of Aedh 
was injured there and he himself was thrown and the thick 
of the host overtook him there and they killed him.^ — 
Murchadh Ua Ferghail the Fair, namely, an excellent son 
of a chief, died this year in his own house, after victory 
of penance. — ^The Earl of Desmond, namely, Gerald,* died 
this year and Ireland was full [of the fame] of his know- 
ledge. — ^Ruaidhri, son ot' Aedh Mag Uidhir, died. 



[1398] 



fnlliiesB in conTonation, easie oí 
acoees, chaiitable in hia deede : a 
wettj and engenionB oomposer of 
IrÍBh poetrie, a leamed and pro- 
f oond chronioler : and, in fine, one 
oí the English nobilitj that had 



Irish leaming & prof eseors thereof 
in greatest re?erence of all the 
English of Ireland, died penetentl/ 
after receipt of the Saoraments 
of H0I7 Chnroh in due forme/* 
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lCaL lan. 1111. p., [L' axci.*,] CCnno Ttomini tíl.'*ccc.'xc* 
IX.* Ri Soxan T)o€ecc a n-efiinn an blia^ain fi. — In'Ofoi- 
|i'5 TH) 'benum le htla Concobuifi fiua6 7 le ÍTlac n-*Oiafi- 
mara ap Clainn-Donn£ai'5 T^ifie-hOitella 7 a n-'oula 
co ÍTla5-'Cui|ie'5. Cfieía mofia vo 'Benum "doiB an'Ofin.* 
Clann-Donncai'5 'oo bjieii ofifia 7 ínui|icefiTO6, mac 
*Oomnaill hUi Concobui|i 7 mai-Dm moji vo íabaiíix; 
poppo (i'Don,** pofi htla Concobuip**) an'Ofin 7 Somaitile 
bui'be niac T)omnaill* -00 mafba'6 ann co n-a muinnnfu 
— lapla T)ef-ínuman "00 baéu'5, i-oon, 8eoan lapla, 
ifin'' 8iuifi^. — ^Tx)maf , mac Caéail htli pefgail, 'oo map- 
bot 'n-a taile pein te 5«l'l'«it5 7 le bapun T^eálgna (no*, 
T)elBna*) 7 afiaile. — Coéal, mac Ruai'5fi ÍTles tli'5ifi, 
•00 mafba* la heogan, mac Neill 015 hUi í^eilU in 
bliaDain fi, •ouo'oecimo* lcalen'oaf CCuBUfci.* 

81» [b.] jCaL lan. u. p. [L* n.*], CCnno T)omini m.* cccc.*» bfían 
htla bfíain, iT)on, fí 'Cua'5-ínuman, T^'ej in blia'5ain fi. 
'Coif fT)elba£, mac ÍTluf £a'5a hUi bpiain, iT)on, lefqfioman 
'Cua'5-ÍTluman, v'e^ ifin* 8amfia5 fa^ — OCe'5 htlaT)onn- 
6a^a, T)'e5,iT)on, fxí eosanacTxi Loca-lem. — ^CoififiT)etba6, 
mac TTlait-ÍTluif^e ÍTlic ShuiBne, iT)on,T:igetinapanau,T)'é5. 

B 77c — I Cu-tlta* htla ííeitt, iT)on, mac Neitt moífi, mic 

1399. lomfin, B. «-uiU, B. »c-«-. A. **bL, A, B. »-»>=1892»>. 
•^ after baéw'ó, B. **-^f. m., t. Il, A; om., B, Delbhna b the oorrect 
íorm. ^ under 1.. t. h., A ; om., B. 

1400. **bl., A, B. »>»»om., B. 



1399. 1 ijgg.—The entriee oí thie 
jear, exoept the third and fííth 
whioh are omitted, are dated 1898 
in the A, L, C. But the first item 
goee to prove that the UUier 
chronologj is oorreot. 

*King ofthe ^oxotw.— Richard II. 
landed the seoond time at Water- 
ford on the Ist of Jone in this 



jear. For hÍB íatefol ▼iút, see 
Gilbert, Vicero^s, p. 280 sq. 

» Muircertach, — O* DonoTan, hj 
an amazing overeight, sajs (íy. 
763) that the mention of Mortough 
ia misplaoed here : it having been 
alreadj stated (ib, 760-1) that he 
** was slain at BallTshannon bj the 
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Elalends of Jan. on 4th feria, [21st of the moonj a.d. [1399] 
1399.^ The king of the Saxons^ came to Ireland thís 
year. — An attack was madeby TJa Ooncobuir the Red and 
by Mac Diarmata on the Clann-Donnchaídh of Tir-Oilella 
and they went to Magh-Tniredh. Great forays were 
made by them there. The Clann-Donnchaidh and Muir- 
certaoh^' son of Domnall TJa Concobuir, oyertook them and 
great defeat was inflicted upon them (namely, upon Ua 
Ooncobuir) there and Somairle Mac Domnaill the Tawny 
was slain there with his people. — The Earl of Desmond, 
namelyy Earl John, was drowned in the Suir. — Thomas, 
son of Cathal Ua Ferghail, was killed in his own town by 
the Foreigners and by the Baron of Delbhna and so on.^ — 
Cathal, son of Ruaidhri Mag Uidhir, waskilledby Eoghan> 
son of Niall Ua Neill junior, this year, on the 12th of the 
Ealendsof August [July 21]. 

Ealends of Jan. on 6th feria, [2nd of the moon,] a.d. [l^oo B.] 
1400.^ Brian' Ua Briain, king of Thomond, died this 
year. — ^Toirdhelbach, son of Murchadh • Ua Briain, prop 
of Thomond, died in this Summer.— Aedh Ua Donnchadha, 
namely, king of the Eoghanacht of Loch-Lein, died. — 
Toirdelbach, son of Mail-Muire Mac Suibhne, namely, 
lord of Fanat, died. — Cu-Uladh Ua Neill, namely, son of 



tion, whioh the F, M, took from 
these Annalfl (the íoorth oí 1398, 
tupra), Htates, onthe contrary, tbat 
it was Huffh O'Daimin who was 
idlled on the occasion. 

* And 80 on, — The oompiler, 
namelj, deemed it heeide the pnr- 
poee to transcrihe the fnller 
aoconnt One of the kind, not 
improhahlj the ohit he had hefore 
him, is given in the A. L. C. 

1400. ^/^.~A11 the entries 



of this 7ear, exoept the eighth, 
ninth and tenth, which are not 
given, are dated 1399 in the A. L. C. 
(and F. M.). Bat at the same 
jear the A. L. C. plaoe the death 
of Primate GoltoD, whioh did not 
ooonr nntil 1404 (Ware, ed. Harris, 
p. 84). 

^Brian. — Son of Mahon, who 
died in [1360], tupra. 

* Murchadh.^** Murrough of the 
Fern ;" oh. 1888, tupra. 



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CCe*a hlli Neill, v'e^ i* polmuii* na blia^na ya. — pei'5- 
linii'5', mac Ca6ai|i htli Concobuiji, t) eg, i-oon, aDbuji íii| 
htla-pail§i*,i'Don,anghtli Raigillai§,*fcíblia'5ainfi. — 
T)oninall, mac S^lla-lfu txuai'B htli Rai|illaig, 'D'eg.— 
Beaan, mac bpiaín, mic TTlutxfia'fia htli pejigail, i'oon, 
raifeí ÍTluinnT:i|ie-hCCn§aile,'D'e5. — 8eann hllaCiana[i]n, 
aificinnec pefiainn" ÍTluinnT:ifii-C{ana[i]n i Clain-inip' 
toca-hefine 7** fen£ai['6] onofiac, 'o'hes*.— CCThlaim, mac 
Pilib, mic OCííílaim, mic Duinn Chapfiaig ÍTle^ tli'5iii, 
i'oon, Ti^aifefi TTluinncifie-peoT)aca[iln, ve^ pfii'oie Nonaf 
TTlaii. — eua, in^en in comapba hUi 'Caiclig^, nobilif 
puella, obiir;. — T)omnalL, mac Seainn, mic DomnailL 
hUi PejiJaiL, "do §abaiL ixiifigecTO na hCCngaiLe in 
bLia'Bain fi. — 'Ccnb^ hUa CepbaiLL "do gabaiL 'olafiLa* 
Up-ÍTluman'an bLio'Bain fi. 

]CaL lan. ui[i]. p., [t' x.111.',] CCnno T)omini ÍTl.'cccc.^i.* 
CCe'5 htla ÍTlaiLmuai'B'D'eg in** bLia'feain fi^ i'Don, \i\ pep- 
CeaLL. — Ruai'Bpi, mac CCifi; ÍTleg CCen^ufa, i'Don, fí 
htla-n6a€ac tlLa'5, 'do mafba-B Le cLainn Con-tlLa^ htli 
NeiLLj Le [a] 'Defbjiafeaif pein, i'oon, CacBafip ÍTlas 
OCengUfa — 'Ca'55 htla CefbaiLL, i'oon, fi CiLe, 'do eLo§ 
lajiLa tlp-ÍTluman a beLac-Jabpain. — SLuccé mop Le 
ííiaLL 05 htla NeiLL, i'Don, Le |iig tlLa*, a dji-ConaiLL, 
guf 'miLL fe mof an 'o'ajibannaiB an cife. Ocuf eic 7 
'oaine 'oo buain ve t) on TJUf uf fin. 

1400. ia,A. «Voó-, A. »-liTn. B. ^hUib-, A. »iti (art.), B. «-tlonS, 
A. «^ ai|iciTine6 Claen-innp — herenagh of Claen-inU, B. *-^om., A. 
Perhaps the oompQer meant that 0'Keenan died on May 6. * le 1ap,la 
—by (the) Earl^ B. * *Def-Tyiunian— De^monrf, B. 

1401. •••«., A,B. »-»>om., B, 



* DUd.—Oi the plagué, F, M. 

^ Amhla£mf ete. — GWen under 
1399 in the F. M, 

^Ua Taichligh.—TTÓbMy the 
penon who died in 1390, supra. 



' Domnallf ete. — A oontinuatíon 
of the seTcnth entry of the preeent 
year. 

^ Tadhg, «^c— See the third item 
of the foUowing }-ear. 



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Níall Mor, son of Aedh TJa Neill, died* in the Harvest of 
this year.— Feidhlimidh, son of Cathair Ua Conchobuir 
namely, one who was to bo king of TJi-Failghi, died* in 
the house of Ua RaighiUaigh this year. — ^Domnall, son of 
GHlla-Tsu TJa Raighillaigh the Red, died.— John, son of 
Brian, son of Murchadh TJa Ferghail, namely, chief of 
Muinter-hAnghaile, died. — John TJa Ciana[i]n, herenagh 
of the land of Muinter-Ciana[i]n in Clain-inis of Loch- 
Eme and an honourable historían, died. — Amhlaim,^ son 
of Philip, son of Amhlaim, son of Donn Mag TJídhir íhe 
Rough, namely, chief of Muinter-Peodacha[i]n, died on 
the 2nd of the Nones [6th] of May. — Eva, daughter of the 
Superior TJa Taichligh,® a noble damsel, died. — Domnall,^ 
8on of John, son of Domnall TJa Ferghail, took the chief- 
ship of the hAnghaile this year. — Tadhg ? TJa Cerbaill 
was taken prisoner by the Earl of Ormond this year. 



[1400] 



Xalends of Jan. on 7th feria, [13th of the moon,] a.d. 
1401.^ Aedh TJa Mailmuaidh, namely, king of Fir-Ceall, 
died this year. — Ruaidhri, son of Art Mag Aengusa, 
namely, king of the TJi-Eathach of TJlidia, was killed by 
the sons of Cu-TJladh TJa Neill and by his own brother, 
that is, Cathbarr Mag Aengusa. — Tadhg TJa Cerbaill, 
namely, king of Eli, escaped from the Earl of Ormond 
from the Paés of Gabjran. — ^A great host [was led] by Niall 
TJa Neill junior, namely, by the king of TJlster, into Tir- 
Conaill, so that he destroyed much of the crops of the 
country. And horses and people were taken from him on 
that expedition. 



[HOl] 



1401. 1/^/.— AU the entriee 
of thia jear are dated 1400 in the 
A, L, C, and (exoeptthe third, 
which is omitted) in the F, M, 



Bnt they likewÍ8e date the anÍTal 
of Prince Thomas of Lancaster at 
1400, althongh it did not occar 
until NoT. 1401. 



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(A) 
TTlac Tnccgniifa TTIeg Uititi, 
iT)on, 5^lla-paqfiai5 (/ -D'a 
n-^oifvfri m 5^^^<* btii'óe*), 
t)'e5 TH) étiflinn "00 li^eó t)o a 
Ti-Defvet lai: iT)on, foi coic- 
cenn, ciaUconaig fin voV 
|?efifi eineé bn5 7 T^igi T)o bi 



(B; 

ÍTlac ÍTlaÉniifa ÍTleg tli*i[V, 
iT)on, 5illa-paqfiai5, T)*a n- 
^oifiti an 'S^ll^ boi'óe, 
a e^ T)o éoiflinn vo li^et 
*o a n-DOfie* lai : iT)on, 
bfiuSait coiccenn, con^aifveó 
T)ob' fetifi 1 n-a aimpfi in 
fefipn. 



1 n-a aimfifi 7 ofiaile. 
8eaan, mac pilib, mic ^iUa-lfa fiuoi'B hUi Rai&llai^, 
A 8ib iDon, fii bjieipiG, iDon, pep | einig 7 egnuma 7 a uoiflt 
pein T)o conn^bail, a 05 1 n-a iniT)ai§ pein a 'Calcn^- 
ÍTTongam t)o bi'Bg 7 a 0^)1000*5^ in* ai'bci cerna ifin* 
Caban^ 8e6cmain a|i tíiif jiia NodIuic* fin. 

lCaL lan. 1. p., [L* xx.«ii.M OCnno T)onnni íll.® cccc.* 
11." Coinne vo Denatíi vo htla Neill, i'oon, vo Níall 05 
7 T)Titla T)omnailL ap Cael-uifci^7 f ic t)0 Denum ecofipa^ 
B 77d Ocuf htla T)omnaill t)0 iaBoijvT; | umla T)0 htla Neill 
T)*on T)ul fin*. — ínail[-8h]Gactainn, mac Uilliam hUi 
Cellai§, iT)on, fii hUa-ÍTlaine, iT)on, pefi lan T)'eine£ 7 
T)'ai€ne' 7* T)'fipinne*, a eg lafi m-buai'5 n-ai€pi|i. 8i6* 
T)o •Benum vo 8il-CeUaig fie ceile an xxiu fin 7 T^i^efi- 
nuf hUa-Tnaine T)o íabaifir t)o Concobufi hUa CeUai|*. 
— Cofimac TTlac bfiana[i]n, iT)on, roifeS Cofvco-OCÉlonn, 
•00 mafvba'5 v*a bfvaiqfviB pein a peU. — Co^aB mofv 
GTOfv CCoifVfVT)elba6') hUa n-T)omnaiU, pi Cifvi-ConaiU 7 
bpian, mac Cnfvi htli MeiU. bfvian t)o cufv fluoi^ 1 

1401. >crDltic<rD,B. »an,A. »Molltii5,B. « = 1379»*. 

1402. i-fsi, B. «^bL, A, B. »>-«>innci j—therein (the meetmg) md 
(Remainder oí this and part of next line are left Tacant), A. « 'D'egntini 
—ofprowess, B. <>-<'om., B. «^ Concobaf, hUa CeaUaiJ t» |viéa* 1 n-a 
inaii^Concobur Ua CeaUaigh wnt made Jcing after him, B. '= 1392 *. 

' ThcU burst in Aim.— Literallj, 1402. ^ /^^.— In the il. £. C, 

that wat allowed [to rm'jforhim; all the entríes, with exception 
ie., that coold not bo stanched. of the fírst and last ; in the /*. V„ 



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(B) 
The son of Magbnus Mag 
Uidliir, namelj, Gilla-Pat- 
raig, who ueed to be oalled 
The Tawny Gillie, 
died of a vein that burst in 
him* at the close of day: a 
general, famed entertainer, 
tbat was the best in his timé 
[was] that man. 



(A) 
The son of Maghnus Mag The son of Magbnus Mag [1401| 
XJidhir, namelj, Gilla-Pat- 
raig (and he used to be called 
The Tawny Gillie), 
died of a vein that burst in 
him' at the dose of day: to 
wit, a man of general good- 
ness and of oonsiderable sub- 
stanee, who was of the best 
generosity in f ood and drlnk that was in his time, and so on. 

John, son of Philip, son of GiUa-Isu Ua Raighillaigh 
the Red, namely, king of Breifni, to wit, a man of 
generosity and prowess and who upbeld his own dignitj 
died of a fit in his own bed in Tulacb-Mongain and was 
buried the same night in CavaiL A week over a month 
before the Nativity [Dec. 25th] that [happeued]. 

Xalends of Jan. on Ist feria, [24th of themoon,] a.d. [1402] 
1402,^ A meeting was held by Ua NeiU, namely, by 
Niall junior and by Ua DomnaiU at Narrow-water and 
peace was made between them. And^ Ua DomnaiU 

rendered submission to Ua Neill on that occasion 

Mail[-Sh]echlaÍQn, son of WiUiam Ua Cellaigh, namely, 
king of Ui-Mainej to wit, a man fuU of generosity and of 
knowledge and of 8Íncerity, died after victory of penance. 
Peace was mutuaUy made by the Sil-Cellaigh that time 
and the lordship of Ui-Maine was given to Concobur * 
Ua Cellaigh. — Cormac Mac Brana[i]n, namely, chief of 
Corco-Achlann, was killed by his own ^insmen in 
treachery. — Great war [arose] between (Toirdelbach) Ua 
DomnaiU, king of Tir-ConaiU and Brlan, son of Henry Ua 



all, saTO the last, are given uoder 
1401. Bat the VlsUr dating ia 
more \\kelj to be acoarate. 
^And, tfte.— The Four Masters' 



omission of O'Donnell's sabmission 
to O'Neill maj bave arieen from tbe 
blank in tbe A text. 
• Coneohur. — Son of tbe late king. 



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A 81o 



fi-ein incrB 7 inT)foi|i'5 T)o*€abaipt* po|i poflonspoíic 
hUi TtomnailL 7 niaiT)m -00 €abai|iT; a TOfa£ lai afi' hUa 
n-T)oninaill vo 7 mac Neill, mic Neill hUi •Oomnaill, 
vo mafiba* ann 7 mo|ian vo ChonaU£ail5 7 ínail[-8h]e6- 
lainn, mac piaiÉbepTxii| hUi Ruaific, t)o majiba* ann**. 
hUa* T)omnaill 7 a clann 7 ínuinnuiti-Duifinin vo nnol 
'fti lo coOTa 7 bfiian hUa* Neill vo éegmail T)oib, 
becan pe^na, a n-T)iaié a muinnui|ii T)*innTX)§ o'n ThaiT)m 
7 cfe£ 6n|ií htli 5<^ifmle§ai'5 fioime 7* Gnfii pein T)0 
majiba^* fioime fin leif. bf lan vo beié, ua€a5 T)aine,' 
annfin 7 hUa Domnaill, co n-a clainn 7 co n-a muinn- 
t;i|i t)0 majiba'B bf lain annfin 7 apaile. — ínac Uilliam 
T)o 'Benum T)'tlilliuc a bufc in blio^oin fi 7 ÍTlac 
Uilliam aileT)0 T)enum vo baiT^ep a bu|ic. Ocuf T;i|efi- 
nuf ua5a vo ÍTlac UiUiam UaÍTOfac. — Caffag Lo6a- 
Ce T)o gabail vo clainn pep|ail ÍTlic Diaf maca 7 T)aine 
imT)a vo mafba5 7 vo baíu'^ 'n-a TnmcelL — "OonnScrB, 
mac nia§nuf[a] ÍTles Ui'5if, T^'eg (fepT^imo* lCaLenT)af 
THafciiO. — THac [C]faiÉ, mac ílla^nufa, T^'eg ppiT)ie 
lT)Uf THafcii. 

\CaL lan. 11. p., [U* u.,*] CCnno Domini ín.*' 0000.** iii.* 
Coja* mofi e;:ef lafla Uf-ííluman 7 lafla Def-ÍTlu- 
man ifin blia'oain fi 7 T)a mac UiUiam bupc co n-a 
coimT:inol T)o tecz vo cungnum^ le hlafla Uf-ÍTluman. 
— Pefgal, mac CCe^a hUi Ruaipc, iT)on,mac figbfeipne 

1403. »0, B. »-1, A. ' pnfi—^pon, B. ^^Tnoribcró brwotiTi, mic 
^|M — 8laying of Brian^ aon of Henry^ c. m., t. h , A. ; om., B. *"*a|\ 
Tna|\bcr6 énp-i pein —on (=afUr) élaífing H$nry himseif B. HitL, t. h., 
A ; om., B. 

[Space = 4 lines ia Iflít blank after 1402 in A.] 

1404. 1 cunintini, A. •^bl., A, B, 



* Men of 2Vr.C<m«a/.— Plural ad- 
jfwttÍTe form oí Conall in the 
oríginal. 

» fTtíA.— Literally, and. 

< And 90 <m. — ^A fuller aooonnt, 
anch as the t-extiial ezpresaion 



proTes the oompiler had before 
him, Í8 given in the A, L. C. 

7 Ulick, WalUr—Mac WiUiam.- 
Literallj, Mac WiUiam wat made of 
Ulieh . . of Walter. (The in- 
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NeUL Brían pat liis host ín ofne plaoe and delivered an [uo?] 
attack upon the stronghold of Ua Domnaill and defeat 
was inflicted in the beginning of the daj on TJa DomnailL 
And the son of Níall, son of Níall Ua Domnaill^ was slain 
there and many of the Men of Tir-Conaai * and Mail[- 
Shjechlainn, son of Flaithbertach Ua Baairc, were slain 
there. TJa Domaaill and his sons and the Muinter- 
Duirnin mustered the f^ame day and Brian T7a Neill met 
them, [with] a small force, in the rear of his peojde^ [as he 
was] retnrning from the defeat, with* the spoil of Henry 
TJa Gairmleghaidh [driyen] before him and Henrj himself 
was slain before that bj him. Brian was [with but] a few 
persons there and Ua Domnaill with his sons and with 
his people «lew Brian there, and so on.* — ^UIick^ de Burgh 
was made Mac William this year and Walter^ de Burgh 
was made another Mao William. And lordship [was 
yieldedi by the latter to the Upper" Mac WiUiam. — The 
Bock of Loch-Ce was taken ^ by the sons of Ferghal Mac 
Diarmata and many persons were Idlled and drowned 
aroimd it. — Donnchadh, son oi Maghnus Mfig Uidhír, 
died on the Hh, of the Xalends of March [Feb. 23rd]. 
Mac Craith, eon of Maghnus [Mag Uidhir], died on the 
2nd of the Ides [14lh] of March. 

Kalends of Jan. Ofn 2nd fcpia, [5th of the moon,] [1408] 
A.i>. 1403\ Great w^ aro^e between the Earl of Ormond 
and the Earl of pesmond in thi^ year, and the two 
Mac William de Burghs with th^ muster went to assist 
the Eifrl qf Ormond, — Fergal, son of Aedh Ua Buairc, 
tl^t is, the son of the Idng ol Breifni and who was to be 



^ tTpper.—TXameíj, the sonthem, 
or Clanrickard,. Mao William. 

• Tak0n,—lt was betrajed by the 
garrison, who were oormptecl, 
A. L. C. 



1408. 1 /^oj.— In ihe Á. L. C, 
all the entries; in the F. Jf., all| 
exoept the two laeti are plaoed 
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7 (TDbati |iié b|ieiptie — iDon,*' peji becba, T)ei|-einí|f'— 
TX) nia|ib(r5 n-a u^ pein "oo clainn niic Caba co n-a 
fnuinnt^Ii : iT)on, caici'Bir pia Cafc 'oo fiona^ an* piim 
fin. — tíluifice|xtxx6, mac T)onn6a6a hUi T)ul5T>a, T)o ég 
'ra«aniíur5ftt— Niall 05 hUa Neill, ai|iT)íii| tlUr5 7 
peji cfiaBa, cuma5TK(£, iT)on, p ep t)0 failecrouíi T)aiíia 7 
T)eo(xai| epenn t)o feabail |ii§i Bfienn a|i qia5a£T; a taih 
7 af uccífli a pola, iT)on, puil Neill Noi-gialláié^insine 
JB 78a íiié «(xxan 7 ap peBuf a | eini's pof , a eg ifin po^ufi* 
ia|i m-buai* OngÉa 7 aiífi^. bpian, mac NeiUhtli 
Neill, iDon, (TDbuti |ii| Coisi* tllcr^, T)'e5 in blia^cnn 
ceT;na. — pitib, mac bjiiain moi|i tneg ína€5amna,iT)on, 
aiiiT)|ii§ Oifsiatt, T)o eg in bticr5ain fi 7 CCiiT)§at THas 
ÍTlhaesamna t)o ^11506 1 n-a incr5 — THac Cinaié an 
T^iiuSa T)0 mafibcr5 v'a bpafiaiii pein 1* peatL— Cu-Con. 
íiacc, mac ínagnufahtli Raigittig, T^'é^. — ína[c] Ciiaií, 
mac ÍTlalnufa, mofiTniUf efu pfiT)ie lT)Uf Tílafcii. 

[b.] lCaL lan. 111. f., [t^ x.ui.*,] CCnno T)omini TH.^cccc.** 
1111.** Tnagnuf hUa Ca€a[i]n T)'e5 in bticr5ain fi. — ^Ccr^s, 
mac Cacoit 615 htli Concobuif, iT)on, mac |ii§ C|ia5a, 
tcm T)*einec ^T^'egnum co ta a baif, t)o maf bcr5 vo mac in 
ab[b]ai'5 hUi Concobuifi 7 t)0 ctainn htli Concobuiji 
T)Uinn. — Concobuji htla Ceattaig, iT)on, |\í hUa-TTlaine, 
v'&s 1* «ctThfiaT) na bticr5na fa^ — ^pinnguata, ingen htli 

1403. *in, B. »po^-, A. *ct, A. ^<»om., B. 

1404. **bL, A,B. »»-tooin., B. 



* Easter. —It fell this year 
(XVn. G) on April 16. 

» Davghter — Saxotu. — Acoording 
to a qnatrain in the ATinala of 
Tigemach, a.d. 386 {Cf. Todd 
Lecturetf III. p. 360 /3, 8), Caime, 
a Saxon woman, wife of Eochu 
Mnghmedhoin, was the mother of 
Niali of the Nine Uostages. (Rawl 
B 488, fol. 6cL) 



The Bainsenchas — H%8tory of 
[famous] ufomen — L. Be., 285a 
(which preserves, 11. 14-17, a better 
copj of the Tcrse) and the certifj- 
ÍDg poem (L.L. 189a, L 31) of GilU- 
Modubda (f or whom see Todd LecU 
III. 338) call her daughter of the 
king of the Saxont. 

* Maghnu8.—0'Ranj (Ua Baígh- 
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king of Brei&í — namely, a spirited, tnily hospitable [i403i 
man — ^was killed in his own house hj the sons of Mac 
Caba with their people : to wit, a fortnight before Easter^ 
that deed was done. — Muircertach, son of Donnchadh TJa 
Diibhda, died in this Summer. — ^l^iall XTa líeíll junior, arch- 
king of Ulster and a courageous, powerfiil man, and a 
man who the [learnedj companies and pilgrims of Ireland 
thought would take the king8hip of Ireland on account of 
the prowess of his hands and the nobility of his blood — to 
wit, the blood of Niall of the Nine Hostages and of the 
daughter of the king of the Saxons^* — and the excellence of 
his hospitalitj likewise, died in tbe Harvest after victory of 
XJnction and penance. Brían, son of Niall TJa Neill, 
namelj, who was to be king of the Fifth of Ulster, died 
the same year.— ^Pbilip, son of Brian Mor Mag Mathgamna, 
that is, arch-kingof Oirgialla, died this year and Ardghal 
Mag Mathgamna was made king in his stead. — ^Mac 
Cinaith of the Triuch was killed by his own kinsman in 
treachery. — Cu^Coimacht, son of Maghnus Ua Raighilligh, 
died. — ^Mac Craith, son of Maghnus*, died on the 2nd of 
the Ides [14th] of March. 

Elalends óf Jan^ on 3rd feria, [10th of the moon,] a.d. [uoiB.} 
1404.^ Maghnus^ Ua Cstha[i]n died this year. — Tadhg,* 
son of Cathal Ua Concobuir junior, namely, a courageous 
Bon of a king, full of hospitality and of prQwess to the day 
of his death, wa^ killed by the son of the abbot Ua 
Concobuir and by the sons of Ua Concobuir the Brown. — 
Concobur* Ua Ceallaigh, namely, king of Ui-Maine, died 
in the Summer of this yean — Finnguala, daughter of Ua 



Í8 s repeiition of the final obit oí 
1402. 

1404. ^i^o^—TheA.L, C.and 
F, M, give aU the entries, exoept 
the last three and two, respeotivel^ 
(whioh thej omit), under 1403. 



»JfúíflrA»t«. — 0'Kane (Ua Ca- 
thain), Idng of Keenaght, oo. Lon- 
donderry. 

• Tadhg, etc, ; ConcohuTf ete. — 
Fuller acoounts are oontained in 
the Á, X. (7. 

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Cóncóbuiii, iT)on, ingen aitiT)iii§ (íonnafc, ithmi, 73011111- 
T)elbac, mac OCe^a, mic Oo|ain hUi Concobuifi, v'é^ in 
blioftain fi : iT)on, ben íHail[-8h]e£lainn hUi Cheallaig, 
fii hUa-ínaine; iT)on, peicerfi^ coiccenn mna' t)o T)amait5 
efienn hi. CC eg po buai'ft On§ca 7 aiéiiise 7 afiaile. — 
«ItjagoB T)o T)enum T)0 hUa Concobuiii T)onn 7 t)o ííluiii- 
<;e|icac,mac TDomnaill hUi Concobuifi, a n-[U]it5-íílaine 
7 a 8il-nCCnmcaBa vo gabaiL ci§eiinu[i]f hUi íílaT)a|ain* 
afi eipn. hUa íHaDalain^ t)0 iecz afceC cuca 7 a 
€i|e|inuf vo TObaific vo hUa ConSobuifi vo'íí T)uI fin. 
Ocuf vo cuaDUfi af fin a CLainn-HicaiiiT) vo fun^^num* 

A8id le TTlac UiLLiam 7 vo £oca* aji hUa CeLLaig. | "00 
éatJaDUfi cfien hUi CheaLLcné D'on duL fin 7 t)0 cucrouii 
imfLan D*a ci^t. — ÍTluiticeiiTO£ bacafi, mac "OomnaiLL, 
mic ííluifcejfiTOi§ hUi Concobuip, d'g^ in bLiofeain fi a 
caifLen 8L1515* laji m-buai'B ai€pi§i 7 biiian, mac TDom- 
naiLL, mic TTluifcefTOil hUi*" Concobuiri,*' do jabaiLa 
ínaiD. — ^DomnaLL, mac 8niii hUi íleiLL, vo labaiLjii^ 

B78b ULa5 in bLia5ain fi^ — [ enjii TTlac 5^LLe-phinnein, 
TOifefi TTluinnt;iíie-peoT)aca[i]n, vo ej in bLia'Bain fi, 
fexco lCaLenDOf lanuafn. — S^LLa-paqfiaig, mac in 
efpuic ÍT)ic CaíiíiaiL, iT)on/ mac OCijfic TTlic CaérfiaiL, 
T)'f35 PíiiDie lCaLenDaf luLn. 

\CqL lan. u. p., t' [xocun.*] OCnno "Oomini TTl.* cccc' u.** 
5iLLa-T)uibin TTlac Cf uinn t)0 eg in bLia*ain fi : iT)on, 
oLLam htji t)piain, iT)on, fai pe feinm 7 fie fen£uf 7 pe 
IíoiíipDe|icuf epenn. — Cep baLL hUa "OaLoig, iT)on, oLLam 
Cofcomtiua*, T^'eg".— UiLLiam hUa T)eofa5a[i]n, iT)on, 



1404. ^p^teTii, A. «.(TÓaiTi, A. *ctiThniim, A. ^--ó, A, •-. 
^ om., A. 
1406. • om., A. ^ bL, A, B. ° om., B. 



.b4> 



* irtóA.— Literallj, under, 
•5tt3mí«crf.— Literallj, tpeni into 

the howte. . 

• Oot the 6#«tfr.— Literalljr, mted 
the etrength. 



7 Biehop.^Oi Clogber, wbo died 
in 1432, infra. 

U05. ^ i^OiS.—The A. L. C. and 
F. M. bave all tbe entríes, witb 
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Concobuír, namelj, daughter of the arcli-kíng of Connacbt, [U04i 
tliat Í8, Toirdelbach, son of Aedh, Bon of Eoghan TJa 
Concobuir, died this year: to wit, the wife of Mail[- 
Sh]echlainn 17a Ceallaigh, king of TJi-Maine; namely« 
a woman that was a general protector to the [leamed] 
x^mpanies of Ireland [was] she. She died with* victorj of 
Unction and penance and so forth. — A hosting was made 
by Ua Concobnir the Brown and by Muircertach, son of 
Bonmall Ua Concobuir, into Ui-Maine and into Sil- 
Anmchadha to take tbe lordship of Ua Madaghain by force, 
17a Madaghain submitted^ to them and his lordship wa^ 
given to Ua Conchobuir on that occasion. And they 
went from that into Clann-Bicaird to assist Mac William 
and to war on Ua Cellaigh. They got the better^ of Ua 
Cellaigh on that occasíon and went safe to their houses.— r 
Muircertach the Lame, son of Domnall, son of Muircertach 
Ua Concobuir, died this year in the castle of Sligech af ter 
TÍctory of penance and Brian, son of Domnall, son of Muir- 
oertach Ua Concobuir, took his place. — Domnall, son of 
Henry Ua NeiU, took the Idngship .of Ulster this year. — 
Henry Mac GiUa-Finnein, chief of Muinter-Peodacha[i]n, 
died this year, on the 6th of the Kalends of January [Dec* 
27]. — Gilla-Patraic, son of the bishop^ Mac Cathmhail, 
namely, son of Art Mac Cathmhail, died on the 2nd of the ^ 

Xalends of July [June 30]. 

Xalends of Jan. on 5th feria, [27th] of the moon, a.d. [im] 
1405.* Gilla-Duibin Mac Cruitin * died this year, namely, 
the oUam of Ua Briain, to wit, one eminent in music and in 
history and in [literary] distinction in^Ireland. — Cerball 
Ua Dalaigh, namely, oUam of Corcomruadh, died. — 



fonrtb and aixih, reBpeotÍTelj, at 
1404. Both date the BÍxUi U05 : 
whioh goes to prove the aoouraoj 
of the textfial ohronologj. 



*Mac Oruitin, — By metathesis, 
Mao Ourtm, whioh is the ufioai 
form of the name. 

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oUafn Laigefi fie bfiei^efnur, w éc. — ^Pinsin, mac eogain 
THes Caiiíiíais, D'eg in blia^n fi: iT>on, fa\ cinn- 
pea^na — *Oonn&r5 ban hUaínail-Ck)naitie, iT)on,ollam 
éil-ínunxe^ai§ fie feanfuf, t)o eg in bliaftain fi. — ^lnn- 
fOi§iT) T)o T)enani -oo tílac Thapmaca tíluigi-taips, 
iT)on, T)o 'Ccr^s íílac "Oiapmcrca, ap, hXla Concobaifi 
n-Donn. hUa Concobuiii co n-a laLloslacaitS T)obíiei€ 
opfia 7 ei£ 7 T)aine t>o mafbaB acófiiia 7 íílac "OiaiiniaTO 
7)0 loc T)0 foigix; T>o'n TJUf af fin 7 a eg 'fta — tílac Caí- 
mail, iT>on, TOife£ Cene[oi]L-pefur5ai§, t)o niq[\ba'5 Le 
pefaitS-tílanat 

lCaLlan. ui. f., L.* [ix.^] OCnno T)omini tíl.**cccc.'*ai.'» 
pejfi|aiL, mac Coftnaic tHic T)onn£ai'5, iT)on, oDbuii fiil 
í^hifie-hOiLeLLa, D'eg in bLia^ain fi. — ^SiLLa-na-naem. 
mac Ruai^fi hUi Ciana[i]n, iT)on, fai fenSai*, D'eg in 
bLia^ain fi i^ ni-beaLa£ CalLLe-pnnxxnn 'fa n-6n|aiLe 
7 a a*Luca5 a n-lnif-moiii LoCa'Samna. — ttlaeLiiuanaig, 
mac Txn^s tTlic "OonnSai*, iT)on, fi T^hife-hOiLeLLa, 
T)'é5 in bLia5ain fi. — 'CoiffT>eLba£, mac OCe^a hUi 
Concobuiii, iT)on, Leífi Connafc, iT)on, cenn cogai* 7 
cfo5a6Txx Connate uiLe, a maiiba:5 'fa bLia:5ain fi a 
CLainn-Connmaig, a^ ze^ o €i| tHic pheofaif Le CacaL 

A82a n-T)ut5 hUa ConCobuifi 7 Le 8eaan, mac mic | hoibefT). 
Ocuf T)0 mafb hUa ConSobuiii «eaan ajfi in la£aiii ceuna 

B 78c j T)'aen buiLLe cLoi'^im. Caici'^if fia MoT)Lai5*fin. 

1406. 1 a, A. »= 1401». • om., A ^ bL, A, B. 



*Olíam o/ ZMÍM<#r. — O'Doran 
(IJs Deoradhaiii), aocording to the 
Á. L. C, was chiel brehon of the 
Eavanaghs. 

*Xe«cfer. — literall^, head of a 
fwtit, 

' An cUiachf ete,—K more detailed 
aocoimt ÍB gÍTen in the A. L» €• 



1406. ^1406. -^The two first of 
the entríes are dated 1405 ; thetwo 
last, 1406, in the uí. X. C. and 
F.M. 

* fnit-mor, — Gr$at itland. The 
A, L. C, on the other hand, state 
that he was bnried in the Mona8« 
tery of [Abbejjlara (oo. Longford). 



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William TJa Deoradha[i]n, namelj, [the best] ollam of 
Leinster* in jurisprudence, died. — Fingín, son of Eogan 
Mac Carthaigb, died this jear, to wit,an excellent leader.*— 
Donnchadh Ua Mail-Conaire the Fair,namely, oUam of the 
Sil-Muiredhaigh in historj, died this year. — ^An attack^ was 
made by Mac Diarmata of Magh-Lnirg, namely, by Tadhg 
Mac Biarmata, on TJa Concobuir the Brown. XJa Conco- 
buir with his gallowglasses oyertook tbem and horses and 
persons were killed between them and Mac Diarmata was 
ÍDJnredby an arrow on that expedition and he died thereof. 
— Mac CathmaiU, namely, chieftain of Cenel-Feradhaigb, 
was Idlled by the Fir-Manach. 



[1406] 



Kalends of Jan. on 6th feria, [9th] of the moon, 
A.D. 1406> Ferghal, son of Cormac Mac Donnchaidh, 
namely, who was to be king of Tir-Oilella, died this year. — 
Qilla-na-naem, son of Ruaidhri TJa Ciana[i]n, namely, an 
eminent historian, died this year in the Fass of Caill- 
Finntain in the Anghaile and was buried in Inismor^ 
of Loch-gamna. — Mailruanaigh, son of Tadhg Mac 
Donnchaidh, namely, king of Tir-Oilella, died this year. — 
Toirdelbach,* son of Aedh XTa Cóncobuir,namely joint-king* 
of Connacht» to wit, head of battling and coura'ge of all 
Connacht, was Idlled this year in Clann-Connnjiaigh, in 
coming from the house of Mac Fheorais [Birmingham] by 
Cathal XJa Conchobuir the Black and by John, son of 
[Edmond*^], son of Hubert [de Burgh]. AndXJa Concho- 
buir killed John on the same spot with one stroke of a 
sword. A fortnight^ before Christmas that [happened]. 



[1406] 



* Toirdelbach. — O'Conor the 
Bzown. 

* Joint-Jntig, — LiteiallT, half' 
hing. See 1384, note 7, tupra. 

» Edmimd,'-''EtQm the A. L. C. 



• A fortnight, etc. — On Thnredaj, 
Deo. 9, A. L. C; a concarrenoe 
whioh oorroborates the aocuraoj oí - 
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lcal. Icm. «11. 1?., [V xaf.,] OCnno 'Ooniini ÍTl.* cccc.* uii.* 
8eaom> macTxii^s hUi RaaifU), iDon, aDlSaiiiiig bpeipne, 
•D'eg a tíluil-luiiis 7 a Cabaitic af fin ooT)iiuini-leaean 
7 a a*Luca:5 mivv\. — tTlaiT)ni mofi'DO éabaiiix; an l)lia5ain 
fi le** 5^llait5** a Callai'5 a^i Uar^eii a bupc, i-oon, mac 
mic laiila UUrB 7 afi 'ChoBg hUa CeiilknU : vú inaii'- 
maiiboB 'Ca'Bs pein, ithmi, pei6eifi coix^Senn •oob' peiiii vo 
bi 1 n-epinn 1 n-a aimfiii pein. Ocuf t>o s<iba6 Uaceii 
ifin mai'om fin. — tílai'om th) íabaiiic •oohUa ConCobuiii 
ixua:5 7 t>o ^'Chaftg hUa Ceallai| 7 th) Ruai'Biii ÍHac 
T)iaiimaca aii íílac UiUiam Clainni-RicaiivD 7 aixCaéaU 
hUaCon£oboniu CaCalpein'oogabailann^'Daine im-Ba 
•Do gabaiL 7 »00 mapboB ann. — CCeB THas Ui'Biii (iT)on,* 
mac pilib na cuai|i*'), iDon, txinurci peii-tnanafi, 
T)o gabail a m-baile CaÉaiL bui'Biii hUi Ruaifc i peaLL 7 
mac THalnufa tílhes UiDhifi, iT)on, ConSobuf , t>o gabaiL 
fafif ann 7 moiian vo T>ainit5 mai€i[t] aiLiB. Ocuf Le 
ConaLLCaitS, aiiuaiiiuxinsbiieipnea£,T>o ixigneBin|abaiL 
fin 7 T>e fin goifceii ai*[i§]e6c* na T)Uibe* 
o fin anuaf. 

]CaL. lan. 1. p., L.' [1.*,] CCnno Domini tn.'* 0000.** uiii.* 
Ca6aL hUa Con£obuif, iT>on, aT>buii fi| hUa-paiLgi, vo 
mafbo* Le CLainn-pheofaif. 

1407. ^Eat (oontr. for Catol), A, B. >.ii5e^ A. 'aeóoigeóc, B« 
•-•bL, A, B. Wíafter CaUaró» B. «^ia, t. h., A ; = 1884 »^k, B. 
^•^ mxniftbc fia rtwhe, l.m., t. h., A ; aeooi- na -be, t^., B. 

1408. «om., A. ^ bl., A, B. 



1407. ^Difeat, ete. — See the 
glowing aocoiint in Dowling's 
Annalfl, whioh states that the 
mirade of Joehaa x. 12-3 waa re- 
peated, whilet the Engliah rode 
8iz miles Ín ponrait of the fagi- 
tiree! 

> Earlo/ ITZifer.— Died in [1326], 
iupra. 



» Or,— Literallj, and (some were 
oaptured and some elain). 

*M0n of 2Vr-CoiMM7Z.— See 1402, 
note 4, tupra, 

■ Matíffnit^.—lÁtmílj, blackn$s9. 

1408. ^^atj^#(0.— OnMondaj, 
Feb. 21, 1407, A. L. C. The 
textnal date ia aooordinglj er- 
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Ealends of Jan. on 7tíi feria, [20tli of tbe moon,] a.d. fi407] 
1407.^ Jolm, son of Tadhg XJa Buairc, namelj, one who 
was to be Idng of Breifni, died in Magh-Luirg and was 
carried from that to Draim-lethan and buried therein. — 
Chreat defeat was inflicted this year bj the Foreigners in 
Callaidh on Walter de Burgh, namely, the grandson of 
the Earl of XJlster^ and on Tadhg Ua Cerbhaill: a 
place where was slain Tadhg himself, to wit, the best 
general protector that was in Ireland in his own time. 
And Walter was taken prisoner in that defeat. — ^Defeat 
was inflicted by TJa Conchobuir the Red and by Tadhg TJa 
Ceallaigh and by Ruaidhri Mac Diarmata on Mac William 
of Clann-Eicaird and on Cathal XJa Conchobair. Cathal 
himself was taken prisoner there and persons numerous 
were [either] taken prisoners or* slain there. — ^Aedh Mag 
Uidhir (namely, son of Philipofthe [battle-]axe\ 
that is, tanist of Fir-Manach, was taken prisoner in 
treachery in the town of Cathal TTa Buairc the Deaf and 
the son of Maghnus Mag Uidhir, namely, Conchobur, and 
many other good people were taken with him thera 
And by the Men of Tir-Conaill,^ on the suggestion of the 
Brefnians, that capture was efiected. And theref rom 
it ís called the Hospitality of the Malignity^ 
f rom that [time] down. 

Ealends of Jan. on Ist feria, [Ist] of the moon, a.d. [14088.] 
1408. Cathal Ua Conchobuir, namely, one wbo was to be 
king of Ui-Failghi, was slain^ by the Clann-Fheorais.^ 



the A. L. C, was 1406-7. The 
reaaons aBsigned f or the double 
notation, aie, as waa to beexpected 
{Cf. Todd Lectures, UL 878 sq.), 
withont fonndation. The obser- 
▼ation, howerer, affords a probable 
oloe to thepartial misdating of the 
A. L. C. from 1899 to 1406. The 



erents in question maj have taken 
place between Jan. 1 and March 
25. They woold tha9 be dated a 
jear in advance in Chronicles in 
which the A.D.began on laáj Baj. 
* Clann'Fheorais. — The Leinster, 
not the Gonnanght, Birminghams, 
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lCaU lan. iii. p., l' [x.ii.^] CCnno *Oomini ÍTl.^cccc." lac' 
Cof Hifoeji'D a bofic th) bfife'B le coin t)o' br i n-a iii€ 
B 78d aji mil 7 a 65 '06 fin. — 8lua|a5 mofi in ^110*601^ fi | te 
clainn T)oninaill, mic ÍHuniceprail hUi Concobuiii 7 le 
Clainn-*Oonn£ai'5 'Chitie-hOilella vo £uii bi-B a caiflen 
Rofa-Cotnain •D'ainn'oeoin ConnaSi: 7 fiau nnoiln a 
cimc'eU an caif lein. Ocuf vo cuipeDaf ^ an' bioB annfin 
'o'ain'óeoin 7 'oocuaDUii féin •Dia ciéit •oo'n rufiuf fin. 

▲ 82b ]cat. lan. 1111. p., V [xx.iii.^] CCnno T)oniini tíl.** cccc.** 
X." 'íÍagnaLl tTlas RagnaiU, i'oon, TxnfeÉ ÍHuinncifi- 
heolu[i]f, 'o'ej in blia'Bain fi. Cuiíifsfiafi íTlas RagnaiU 
T)o gabail TOifi|e£TO 'n-a '5iai| 7 a ec a cinn caici'feip^ 
ann' fin'. — ^DomnaU hUa MeiLl, i'oon, fi Coici'5 ULoB, 
•00 gabail th) bfian tHas ÍHhaégamna 7 bfian v^a 
éabcnjic D'eogan hUa NeiLL in bLioBain fi. — 'CoSs, mac 
íViaiL£-8h]e6Láinn, mic UiLLiam, mic Donnca'fia tíluim- 
ni§ hUi CeaLLaig, iT)on, fi htía-tHaine, D^eg in bLioB- 
oin fi. 

lCaU lan. u.f., t' [1111.,**] CCnno T)omini tn.** 0000.** x.'i.' 
«luban, insen lofLa T)ef-tíluman, iT)on, ben ttles^ Caf f- 
íaig moif,iT)on, Zah^ tllag Caffíaig, D'eg in bLiaftain 
fi. — ^DomnaLL, mac Concobuiii hUi bfiain, iT)on, ODbufi 
húi bfiain, T)o mafboB T)o'n bapf a6 ifiOíi. — Cosan, mac 
tHujfica'Ba hUi tílaDagain, iT)on, \t\ 8iL-nCCnmcaBa, D'eg. 
— Cobíafi hUa tHaDagain, iT)on, oDbuf fi| 7 efpuic af 
a 'Buéai'B, D'hec in bLia'Bain fi. — tíluifcefTO6, mac Con- 

1409. 1 -ecroaTX, B. • om., A. »» bL, A, B. «^ = •. 

1410. icaei-, B. • om., A. »> bL, A, B. «>^om., B. 

1411. iTTlea, A. • om., A. >» bL, A, B. 'Txnx^ t^PIxM. with ÍDes 
CaTiTv6di5), B. 



1409. ' Cattle of Bot'Conmn.— 
Acoordmg to the F, M., it was in- 
vested bj O'Conor the Ked and 
0*Kell7 (against O'Conor tbe 
Brown). 



' Connachtmen, — Namelj, tke 
íoroes of the portíon of Connanght 
aonth oí the Gorliea Moontain, 
F.M. 



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Kalends of Jan. on 3rd feria, [12th] of the moon, a.d. [1409] 

1409. The leg of Eichard de Burgh was broken by a 
hound that was running after a hare and he díed thereof . — 
A great hosting [was made] this year by the sons of 
Domnall, son of Muircertach Ua Concobuir and by the 
Clann-Donnchaídh of Tir-Oilella to put proviaion into the 
castle of Bos-Comain^ in spite of [the] Connacht[men]^ 
that were assembled around the castle. And they put the 
provision [into it] then in despite and they themselves re- 
tumed [safe] to tbeir houses on that expedition. 

Xalends of Jan. on 4th feria, [23rd] of thé móon, a.d. [1410] 

1410. Eaghnall Mag Eaghnaill, namely, chief of Muinter- 
Eolu[i]s, died this year. Cumhsgrach Mag Eaghnaill 
took the chieftainry af ter him and then died at the end 
of a fortnight. — Domnall Ua Neíll, namely> king of the 
Fifth of Ulster, was taken prisoner by Brian Mag 
Mathgamna and Brian delivered him over to Eogan^ Ua 
Neiil this year. — Tadhg, son of Mail[-Sh]echlainn, son 
of ^^''illiam, son of Donnchadh Ua Ceallaigh tbe Momonian, 
namely, king of Ui-Maine, died this year. 

Kalends of Jan. on 5th feria, [4th] of the moon, [I4ii] 
A.D. 1411. Joan, daughter of the Earl of Desmond, 
namely, wif e of Mag Carthaigh Mor, that is, Tadhg Mag 
Carthaigh, died this year.— Doumall, son of Concobur^ 
Ua Briain, namely, one who was to be [the] Ua Briain, 
was hiUed by the Barrymore. — Eogan, son of Murchadh 
Ua Madaghain, namely, king of Sil- Anmchadha, died. — 
Cobhthach Ua Madaghain, namely, one who was to be 
king and bishop* over his coimtry, died this yeár.— 



1410. 1 To Eogan. — Who, in 
turn, coDBÍg^ed him to the oostodj 
of Maguize of Eermanagb, A. 

1411. 1 C&ncóbwr. — King of 
Thomond, in snocession to his 



brothexi, Brian, who died in 1400, 
tupra. 

^BUhop. — Of Clonfert. The 
Btatement respecting O'Maddeu's 
BnccesBÍon to tiie See ia apparentlj 
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UlcrS hUi MeiU, v'e^ in blia'5ain fi : iT)on, GDbtJii iiig 
tlUr5. — 1a|ila TDef-Tílaman T)*inna|iba* Va b|ia6aiii 
pein, iT)on, t)o Shemur, mac 5^í^"^ 7 5tiii'£uifi fe an 
c-1apla a hOfiinn ania£: iT)on, Zomax', mac «eaoin 
tqfilo. — ^htla SuillatJain* mofi t)o gabail in blia^in fi 
7 a mac vo maixba* le TDofnnall n-T)ut hUa* 8uiUalknn 
a peaU.~íllaelnioti'5a htla Ra|aUai|^ (iT)on,* mac Con- 
Connafc, mic ^'l-^'lrw íWícti'5**), iwn, fi breipne, T^'heg 
in bLia^ain fi. — íllail[-8h]e£lainn, mac 0|iiain ííles 
'CiSepnain, T^'heg in blia*ain fi : iT)on, a*buii txiipg 
'CeLla)é-*0un£a'5a — | Concobuii hUa Ca€ufai|, aifcin- 
ne6 pef ainn TlluinnT;ifi-Ca€ufai| i* n-T3aini-inif, T^liej. 
— lohannef tna5 í^soLoigi, aifcinnec a fefainn pein i 
Rof-oiiifÉif, obiix;. 

(CfOÉ* naoifi RaÉa-boft T)*f ef€ainn foLa v*a £f e&aitJ 
on bLia5ain fi 7 cegmanna 7 efLainn imT)a T)'foif i^^in 

T)l*.) 



[b.] lCaL. lan. ui. p ., U* [x.u.,*'] OCnno Domini ííl.'* cccc* x.*ii.* 
RicafT) baif CT) t)0 zecz afi qveiÉ i^ CuiL-Cef nu 7 T)aine 
uaifLi* in cifie vo bjfieií aiji 7 a 6uf cum na Tlluai'5e 7 
a taÉU'5 uif f e 7 mofan v'a muinnT;i|i vo t5a6u'5 7 vo 
mafba:5. — Cisefnan 05, mac TTisefinain moiji, mic 

A82o LlaL5a[i]f5 hUi Ruaifc, T^'heg: | iT)on, fai mic fi§ 7 
aT)buii f i§ bfeipne gan [p ]f afabpa. Ocuf a aT)Luca5 a 
SLigeafi. — ^DomnaLL, mac MeiLL hUi DomnaiLL, T^'he^. — 
Cu-Connacc íllas 'Ciéeiinain, iT)on, caifefi CheaLLaig- 

Ull. '^ileaecm; no, Swl la6ain, r. m., t b., B. »0,A. *•*= 
1892 »>. •^=1883H 
1412. »a. A. »-e, A. »0111., A. »> bl., A, B. 



*£xpelled,^Th\B expnlsion forms 
tbe Bubjeot oí Moore'a song, " By 
Feale's wave benigbted." For tbe 
alleged oaoae tbereof see Hiat, 



Mem. ofthe O'Brieru, p. 140; Qil- 
bert, Vieeroife, p. 307-8. 

^James. — Foeterod bjtbe above- 
named Conor O'Brien, in acoord- 



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Mtiircertacfa, son of Ou-TJladh XJa Neill, died tliís year: [I4ii] 
nameljr, one who was to be king of Ulster. — ^The Earl of 
Desmond was expelled^ by his own Idnsman, namelj, by 
James^ son of Gerald, so that he put the Earl f rom out 
Ireland; that ís^ Thomaa/ son of Earl John.^ — XTa 
Suíllabhain Mor was taken prísoner this year and his soa 
was slain by Domnall Ua SuiUabhain the Black in 
treachery. — Maehnordha TJa Raighillaigh (namely, son of 
Cu-Connacht, son of Gilla-Isu the Red), that is, king of 
Breif DÍ, died this year. — ^Mail[-Sh]echlainn, son of Brian 
Mag Tigemain, died this year : to wit, one who was to be 
chief of Tellach-Dunchadha. — Concobur TTa Cathusaigh, 
herenagh of the [church-]land of Muinter-Cathusaigh in 
Daim-inis, died. — John Mag Sgoloigi, hereoagh of his own 
[church-]land in Ros-oirrthir, died. 

(The Holy Cross^ of Rath-both rained blood from its 
wounds this year and distempers and diseases numerous 
were relieved thereby.) 

Xaleudsof Jan. on 6th feria, [I5th] of the moon, A.D. [iil2B.] 
1412. Richard Barrett came into Cuil-Cemu on a foray 
and the nobles of the country overtook him and he was 
driven to the Muaidhe and drowned therein and many of 
hís people were [eiiher] drowned or^ slain. — ^Tigeroan 
junior, son of Tigeman Mor, son of XJalgarg XTa Ruairc, 
died : to wit, an excellent son of a king and one who was 
to be king of Breifni without contention. And he was 
buried in Sligech. — ^Domnall, son of Niall TJa Domnaill, 
died. — Cu-Connacht Mag Tignemain, chief of Tellach- 



anoe with s lioenae gnnted, not- 
withBtanding the Statute oí Kil- 
kejmj, to his father, Gerald, hj 
lUchard IL, Bec. 8, 1388 {Stat. 
Kiiken. Ir. Aroh. Soc., p. O-IC). 

* T%oma8. ~ Died, aooording to 
the Gteraldine Ohite appended to 



Graoe'a Annals, &t Ronen in 
1420. 

• •/bAn,— Drowned in the river 
Snir, 1399, tupra. 

^ Thé Holj Cro88f ete,—CoTTupÚj 
oopied hj the F, M, at this year. 

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•OanccrBa, vo mqibaft •D'pepaitf-THanaÉ i n-a ci§ pein 
aji Cfiuaían, a\í jsjieif ai-Bce. Ocur tnjcaDtJii áfi ban 7 
pe|i 7 leanam anT) 7*00 loifceDafi baile ííles 'Cisepnoin 
T)*on T)ul fin 7 TOn5aDU[i T)ia ci|it5 f lan o'n*" rtifiuf fin*'. — 
Coca* moii ag hUa pefgail, iT)on, TDomnall hUa pef.§ail 
7 «[5] S^LlaiB nct íHi'5e. Ocuf pabuji vo lofccrB lea 
7 T)aine itnT)a t)0 gabail 7 t)0 majiba'B leo. — hUa* Ca6a[i]n 
7 clann ^heaoin hUi T)omnaiLl t)0 'Benum innfaiéi-B^i] 
afi hUa T3omnailL 7 cetíf 1 fifi T^e^ t)o muinncifi [hUi 
•OomnaiLL vo mapba'B]. — ^DeaLtJ fnuifie 0C6a-qiuim 
T)o 'Benum mif buiLe mofi 'fa bLio^in fi. — CCe'B, mac 
8n|xi hUi íleiLUT)'eLo§ a hCC6-cLia6 aji n-a teife T)eic m- 
bLioBna a Laim ann 7 zuc mofian vo biiai|T)ití aiLib 
leif. — eDa Leif 7 mac lajiLa CiLLe-Dafia vo €ecmaiL* 
Le* ceiLe a CiLL-ííloceLLo[i]5 7 a TOinm Le íeiLe. — 
8Luai|e* moii Le bpian, mac T)omnaiLLhUi Concobuiii, 
a n-^cnLensait 7 a Cepa 7 a CLainn-Cuain 7 a Con- 
maicne. Ocuf fiuc Leif CLainn-tíluitxif co n-a caef- 
ai-Becc annfa ciii£. Ocuf T)OcinoiLeaT)uiiCLann-UiLLiam 
B 7»b a* bafvc 7 hUi-pLai€beficai§ 7 íiniuinnTjeíi | -íílaiLLe» 
ecefi 5^LL 7 5<3ii'BeL* 7 CLann-^oifT)eLt 7 CLann 8hiuf- 
TOin T)'eiff eca 7 baijieT^aig a n-agai-B btiiain 7 a fLuaig. 

1412. »ce()[5m-,B. <|ie,B. • gaei'óeal, B. «^om., B. * = •*. 



^ CruaehaiL—For this rendence, 
see O'D. W. 808. 

* Waged. — AgiÚDHt eaoh oiher, 
hj OTarrell and the Anglo-Irish 
of Meath. 

u 0/— í/atn,— Prom the-á. Z. C, 

* ímage of Mary. — The celebrity 
of ihis image (doubtlesfl, a statne) 
appean from a grant of Edward 
IV. to the abbot and convent oí 
ihe [Angastinian: see theBesoript 
of Gregorj XI., Jaly 13, 1376, 
Theiner, p. 864-5] hoose of onr 
blessed Ladj of Trim of two water- 



mills, with the weirs and fisheries, 
trees in the park, and services of 
the manoríal TÍUeins, of Trim, to 
establish a wax-light to bnm per. 
petoallj before the image in the 
chorch ; and fonr wax-lights to 
bum before same dnrlng the Mass 
and Anthem of Onr Ladj, in 
hononrof Gk>dandsaidLad7, forthe 
gfood estate of Edward, his mother, 
Cecilia, and his children and for 
the sonls of their progenitors and 
ancestors. (8taU KUken., M, tup. , 
p.61.) 



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Dunchadha, was killed by tlie Fir-Manach in hisown 
house on Cruachan* on a night incursion. And they in- 
flicted a massacre of women and men and children there 
and bumed the town of Mag Tigemain on that ezpedition 
and came to theír houses safe from that excursion. — Great 
war [was waged*] by Ua Ferghail, namely, Domnall Ua 
Ferghail and by the Foreigners of Meath. And Fabur 
was bumed by them and many persoM were [eíther] taken 
Idlled by them — Ua Catha[i]n and the sons of John 



[1412] 



or 



Ua Bomnaill made an attack on [the] Ua Bqmnaill and 
f ourteen men of the people [of Ua Bomnaill were slain'*]. — 
The image of Mary * of Ath-truiro wrought great miracles 
in this year. — Aedh, son of Henry Ua Neill, escaped from 
Ath-cliath after béing ten years in captivitjr there and 
brought many other captives along with hini. — Hugh de 
Lacy ^ and the son of the Earl of Kildare encountered one 
another in CeIl-Mochello[íJg® and fell by e^ch other. — 
A great hosting [was made] by Brian, son of Domnall Ua 
Concobuir, into Gailenga and into Cera and into Clann- 
Cuain and into Conmaícni. And he took with him the 
Clann-Maurice^ with their predatory band intothe [lalter] 
territory. And the Clann- William de Burgh and the Ui- 
Flaithbertaigh and Muinter-Maille, both Foreigner and 
Gaidhel and the Glann-Goisdelb and the Clan of Jordan 
de Exeter and the Barretts a^embled against Brian and 



In 1688, Browne, the conformed 
arohbishop o£ Dablin, wrote to 
Thomas CromweU : <*Tbere goithe 
a oommon brewte amonges the 
Triih men, that I entende to plolce 
down Oor Lady o£ Tryme" (ib,). 
The image, we leam £rom the 
preeent Annala, waa bnmed in that 
jear hj the Reformera. 

* De Lac^, — Sixth in descent 



£rom Hngh De Lacj, who was slain 
in 1186, supra. His opponent was 
** Thomas, son of the Earl (Manrice] 
o£ Eildare," mentioned at 1614, 
infra, , 

« Cell'Mocheliotg.-^Church of my 
Celloc (whoee £eafit was Maroh 26) ; 
KilmalIock, co. Limerick. 

' Clann'Mttwrici. — See [1836], 
note A, st^a. 



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Ocuf vo loirce* leif a m-bailci ptii|ir> iT)on, Caiflen-in- 
í>«I^l^^é 7 ^^ leC-innfi 7 Lo6-mefca 7 th) |ef ji a n-gaitic 
(iile 7 T)o 6aiii Clainn-ÍHaiíiif raji a n-aif *n-a cifi pein. 
Octif vo ben bjfiian fi* a ^aLlaitJ 7 a 5c"*©Lait5 Connafc 
•Do'n xnjíiuf fin. — "Oonnfa*, mac T)oninaill, ÍHac 5ilLe- 
pnnein, •D'heg. 

lCal. lan. 1. p., L'[axtJi.,T CCnno T)omini m." cccc* 
x.'^iii.'* hannfi baiiieD "do gabaiL Le ÍHac bainn a 
T^empoLL OCifi| 7 a bfei6 aji eigin af 7 in baiLe vo 
faf uéo* "Da Octjf ni foitSe THac bainn, i-Don, Roibepc 
ÍHac bainn, en ai'56i na£ rafpaf^ 'Ci^efnan Oif 1*5 "oo, 
i'Don, naem an baiLe, a^ TOtJac na bjnaigeD aiji, no co* 
fuaifi a haifej. Ocuf ruc íílac baicin ceÉpoime pepainn 
•DO 'Chigepnan Oipi| a n-epaic a papai^ 7 apaiLe. — 
Confobup hUa "OoíapTOig, iwn, TOipec CCp'oa-ííli'5aip 7 
ngepna In'Dfi-Oogain, v'he^ in bLiafeain fi. — CaéaL, mac 

A $2d eojain hUi ÍHaDag | ain, Tngepna 8iL-nOCnniÉa5a, •D'heg. 
— ííluinnT^ep-RaisiLLaig 7 CLann-Caba "do vúl ap inn- 
foigi'5 'fa ílli'5e in bLicr5ain fi 7 Loifcm mopa 'DOT>enuni 
T)oit. Ocuf 501LL T)o t)pei6 oppa annpin 7 ÍHaésaniain 
íHac Caba vo mapba^^ ann 7 loíLainn ÍHac Cat)a 7 
mopan T)'a mtiinnuip T)omapt)a5 an 7 'Comap 05 hUa 
Hai|iLLai| t)0 Loc 7 abeié baca£ ofin aLe'. — ^CuaíaL hUa 
tílaiLLe vo ^nl a 00101*5 ULa5 ap buannaSc 7 a t)ei€ 
bLia'^ain ann 7 a x^ecz ap aif, Lu£c fe6c Lon^. '^aeb* 
mop T)*eip& T)0it5 7 m-bpeié bu-^ Tniai'5 Laim pe hCCLt>ainn. 

B 79C ocuf 'Oonn£a5, mac eogain Connafiroil mic «uitSne, | 

1413. *rccDbaf, B. «gti, B. «0111., A. *bL, A,B. «cmiaé-oirf (temp.), 
B. «7.pref.,B. 



^Forced. - Literallj, put, 

^ Mac GiUe-Finnein, — Mac Len- 

nan, chieí of Muinter-Peodachain, 

(bar. of Clanswlej, 00. Fermanagh). 

1413. ^ rioUtíed.^ee 1895, note 



2, éupra, and the referenoee there 
given. 

^Spent not a «i>A<. — Literallj^ 
wat not one nighL 

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hÍ8 lioat. And flieir fortífied places were [notwithstanding] [1412] 
bumed by him, namelj, Caislen-in-bharraigh and th© 
Leth-innsi and Loch-mesca and he cut all their corn-fields 
and forced® the Clann-Manrice back into their own 
territory. And Brian exacted peace from the Foreigners 
and from the Gaedhil of Connacht on that expedition. — 
Donnchadh, son of Domnall Mac QiUa-Finneia,^ died. 

Xalends of Jan. on Ist feria, [26th] of the moon, a.d. [1413] 
141 3. Henry Barrett was made prisoner by Mac Wattin 
in the church of Airech and carried by force thereout and 
tbe place was [thereby] violated^. by him. And Mao 
"Wattin, namely, Robert, spent not a night ^ without [St.] 
Tigeman of Oiredh* the [patron-Jsaint of the plaoe» 
appearing xinto him, to wit, demanding the captives from 
him, nntil he obtained their restitution. And Mac Wattin 
gave a quarter of land to Tigeman of Oiregh* in erio of 
his having been dishonoured and so forth. — Conchobur 
17a Dochartaigh, namely, chief of Ard-Midhair and lord 
of Inis-Eoghain, died this year. — Cathal, son of Eogan 
TJa Madaghain, lord of Sil-Aumchadha, died. — The 
Muinter-Raighillaigh and Clann-Caba went on an attack 
into Meath this year and large burnings were done by 
them. And the Foreigners overtook them then and 
Mathgamain Mac Caba was slain there and Lochlainn Mac 
Caba and many of his people were slain there and Thomas 
IJa Raighilligh junior was injured and he was lame from 
that out. — Tuathal IJa MaiUe went into the Fifth of 
XJlster as a mercenary ^ and he was a year there and came 
back [with] the crews of seven ships. Great wind arose 
against them aud they were carried northwards close by 
Scotland. And Donnchadh, son of Eogan Mao Suibhne 



the Bame as Tigemach of Aired of 
the MartTTolog^ of Tallsght at 
April 8 (L. L. 358e). Lik6 many 
other natÍTe saints, he is noi gÍTen 



iu the Calendar of Oengtts, 

^Asa tnercenary, — Literallj, on 
bonnoffht; for which see [1310], 
note 6, supra, 

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•00 bG[i]6 cmn 7 TJomnall balUxc, mac Suibne éipfi. 
Ocuf a m-baéti'B tiile co n-a mtnnnaii, gtoii mnai 7 pe|i. 
Ocuf "Da mac T^uacail co n-a muinnciii 7 Vua£áL pein 
•00 éeÉc a ciii aji eipn 1* n-OClbainn T>o'n CTjitif fin. — 
bebinT), injen Ruai'Biii, mic romalxxiig íílic 'Oonnfiai'O, 
i'oon, ben eogain, mic *Oomnaill hUi Concobuifx, 'o'heg. 
(íloc* anno nactif efc Cafoluf mtienif, pl'itif Cafoli 
nia5ni, íHac Íl1a5ntiffa, fciliceT;, [CC.*0.] 1413.*) 

lCaL. lan. 11. f., V [uii.M OCnno T)omini ííl.'* cccc.* x.* 
1111.** 1n'Ofoi|i'5 'oo 'benunj t>o clainn enfi hlli Weill 
af Cogan hUa WeiU 7 Cogan vo gabail t>oiC a n-sill 
fif hUa Neitl T)o bi 05 Gogan illoinj foime fin. Ocuf 
T>o lGi5e'5 ama6 icro afaen. — íílaiT)m mofi t>o éabaijii; 
T>ohllaConcobuif phailgi (iT)on/ T)o'n CalCa^*) aji ^hal- 
laiC in* blia'5ain fi,* 7 bfaigDi imT>a t)0 gaboil t)oiB 7 áf 
mofi T)o éabaifz: leif . — 0050* mofi eze\i íHac íHufcorBa'^ 
S01U na Cunnixxe Riab6a 7 mac íHic íílujifia^a Do gabail 
T)oiC, iT)on, 5®n<í^^ Caemanafi 7 hllí-T)fo§na do lofcaft 
7 T> afsoin T)oiC. Ocuf Donnco* Caemana£ t>o Txxbaifc 
tiuaj;a T)o'n Chunncae 7 bfai^Di imT)a t>o gabail t>o. — 
lafla T)ef-í11uman t>o €ect; a nrefinn an blio^ain fi 7 
nefi;8axanac t>o ie^z) leif t>o miUiU'5 na íHuman. — 
íílas Caffíaig Caifbfe^ t>o eg in* blio^qcin fi,* iT>on, 
T)omnalL — íHainifceii Shlisig vo lofco* a n-effac 
na bliaína fa co lom le coinniU. — íHaelfuanaig, mac 

1413. 'a, A. «^ 82d, t. m., n. t. h., A ; om., B. 

1414. •om.,A. »>w.^A,B. x^^ÍSSZ^^. ^•^om.^B. 



^ Connacian. — ^I. e., íostered in 
€k>ziiLaiight. 

^Suibhne, — ^Mao Sweeney. 

^ Cathal, ^ Mentioned in the 
fonrth entry of 1483, fn/ra, 

1414. 1 Ua Neill — Domnall, 
F.JU. 

^GrwU dffeatt ete. — ^A more de- 
tailed aoooont Í8 given in the F* M, 
at 1414. 



*C<mn^y ÍTtf^/bní. — literallj, 
Qreif County, Cf. 0*D. iv. 784,814. 

^Demond, — Moet probablj, the 
Earl that waa expelled i^ 1^11, 
evpra. ^ 

^ Carbrian. — For the origin of 
the Mao Carthjs of Oarberj, aee 
Historieal Pedigree o/ the Mac 
Carthyi o/ Olennacroim, by Danjel 
Mao Carthy (GJas), p. ?7 sq. 



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the Coimacían^ was there and Domnall the FrecUed, son [H13] 
of Sníbhne^ the Dwarf. And they were drowned, all of 
them, with their people, both woman and man. And the 
two sons of Tuathal with their people and Tuathal himself 
came to land with difficulty in Scotland on that occasiou. — 
Bebinn, daaghter of Euaidhri, son of Tomaltach Mac 
Donnchaidh, namelj, wife of Eogan, son of Domnall TJa 
Concobnir, died. 

(In this year was bom Cathal junior, son of CathaF Mor, 
Mac Maghnusea, namelj, A.p. 1413.) 

Kalends of Jan. on 2nd feriaj [íth] of the moon, a.d. [14H] 
1414. An attack was made hj the sons of Henry Ua 
Neill on Eogan Fá Neill and Eogan was taken prisoner 
by them in pledge for TJa NeiU,^ who was with Eogan in 
custody before that, Á.uá they wer© Jiberated, both of 
them. — Great defeat^ wa§ inflicted by tJa Concobuir 
Failghi (namely, by the Calbach) on the Foreigners this 
year and many hostages were taken by them and great 
slaughter was inflicted by him.— Great war [arose] between 
Mac Murchadha and the Foreigners of the County Wex- 
ford,^ and the &on of Mac Murchadha Tf as táken prisoner 
by them, namely^ Gerald Caemanach, and Ui-Droghna 
was bumed and piUaged by them. And Donnchadh 
Caemanaoh inflicted defeat on tlie County and hostages 
numerous were taken by him. — The Earl of Deemond ^ 
came into Ireland this year and a force of Saxons came 
with. him to de8troy Munster. — Mag Carthaigh thQ Car- 
brian^ died this year, namely, Domnall.® — The monaster^ 
of Sligech was totally ^ bumed by a candle in the Spring 



^ jDomnai/.— He died, accordÍDg of Us death'' is not given. Cf^ 



to the colophon of the medioal MS., 
H 6, 27, T.C.D. (O'D. iv. 817), on 
the eve of the vigil of St. Brendan. 
Hérehy, however *' the exaot date 



1392, note 2, supra, 

7 TotaUy,'-lÁteTsSlj,barely. The 
F. i/. have an entrj reUtive to ita 
re-erection at 1416, in which it is 

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A83a 



B 79d 



[b.] 



pefilail ínic TJiaTimcrca, i'ooti, fiig muigi-luifis, aji n-a 
a6iiiéa'5 vo claitin OCe*a mic Diatimaca fioime fin 7 
aji n-a inna|iba'5. — ^Domnall hUa heosain, 'Deaganac* 
loca-heitine 7 bicaiii Infi-cain, iT>on, in •oeganac 
m ael, 'o'eg in blioSain fi>TO|ino* Wonaf OcTX)b|iif.* 

]Cal. lan. 111. p., l.* [x.uiii.N] CCnno T)omini m.^'cccc.** 
x.'^n-* Saxanaig 'oo te&i: a n-efinn in blio^ain fi, iT)on, 
Loafo pufinumal. Ocuf t>o aifg fe | mofan 'o'aef 
T>ana efenn,* iT)on, hlla^ Dalaig ííH-Be 7 OCe'B 05 Íl1a[c] 
Cfiaií 7 Dubéac mac eo£a5a 7 íHuif Igif hUa *Oalai§. — 
Cfe£a mofa vo 'Benunj vo hUa íílaille in blia-Bain fi 
af T)iafniaiT: hUa íHaille. T)iapniaiT; vo gabail oilein 
hlli íHaille. hUa maiUe T)o 'ftul a n-iafriiofacT; af 
^OiafmaiT; : T)iaf maiT; t)0 íegmail T)oiC 7 bfife'S leif 
af hUa íílaille. Ocuf a mapbaft annfin le T)iapniaiT; 
7 Concobuji hUa maille 7 mac tJomaif hUi fHaille 7 
'Domnall, mic 'Diafmarja hUi íHaille. hUa íílaille 
T)o 'Benam t>o T)hiafniaiT; hUa íHaille annfin. — bean- 
ííli'fte, ingen hUi ^í-g^^^^EO"» ^®^ Silla-'Ci5epnai§ íílic 
Silla-íHafcain, obiiz: T^efTno lT)Uf Nouembfif. 

lCal. lan. 1111. p, L' [xocix.^] CCnno T3omini ííl.'* cccc'* 
X.** ui.* 8eaan Tflac SoifT>elC T)0 'ftut af qieifi cunri 
emainT) in íílhaSaife 7 e pein t)o mafbaS T)'en Uf£ufi 
foigDi. — Vuazal hila maille vo mafboB in blicrBam 
fi T)o claini) DubgaiLl hUi maille, iT)on, t)o clainn a 
T)efbfa€af pein. — CocoB mof T)'eifgi ei^ef mumnnii- 

1414. * oificroeoóCam) was the orígmal UotíoD, bufc a dot was pnt 
imder eaoh letter, A. 

1415. 10, A. »0111., A. »>bl., A,B. 
I., A, B. 



1416. «om., A. 



*om., 
• »> bl.. 



stated that the monasterj was 
bumed bjr friar Brian, son of 
Derm6t l^lJao Donough. 

^ Maihtianaigh ; sons of Aedh,— 
See 1393, note 2, supra. 

1416. 1 LordFumival.-^ít' 3 ohn 
Talbot. He waa Baron Furnival 



through his wife, the grand- 
daughter of the lastLord Fumival. 
For hÍB prooeedings in Ireland as 
Deputv, see Gilbert, Victro^s^ p. 
304 8q. 

^ Despoiled—poets. — The 8eYerity 
of Talbot in all probabilitjr arose 



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of tliis year. — Maílruanaigh,^ son of Ferglial Mac Diar* • [U14] 
mata, nameljr, kÍDg of Magh-Liiirg, after baving baen 
deposed by the sons of Aedh ® Mac Diarmata before that, 
was ezpelled.— Domnall Ua Eogain, dean oí Looh-Eime 
and Ticar of Inis-cain, namelj, the Bald Dean, died 
this year, on the 3rd of the Nones [5th] of October. 

Ealends of Jan. on 3rd feria, [18th] of the moon^ a.d. [1416] 

1415. The Saxons came into Ireland this year, namely, 
Lord Fumival.^ And he despoiled ^ many of the poets* 
of Ireland, to wit, Ua Dalaigh of Meath and Aedh Ma[c] 
Craith junior and Dubthach Mac Eochadha and Maarice 
TJa Dalaigh. — Great forays were made by [the] Ua Maille 
this year on Diarmait Ua MaiUe. Diarmait captured the 
island of Ua Maille.^ Ua MaiUe went in pursuit of Diar- 
mait : Diarmait encountered them andyictory was gained by 
him over [the] Ua MaiUe. And he and Concobur Ua 
MaiUe and the son of Thomas Ua MaiUe and DomnaU, son 
of Diarmait Ua MaiHe, were then slain by Diarmait. Diar- 
mait Ua MaiUe was then made [the] Ua MaiUe. — ^Bean- 
Midhe, daughter of Ua Qlenna[i]n, wife of GKUa-Tigemaigfa 
Mac Gilla-Marlain, died on the 3rd of the Ides [1 Ith] of 
November. 

Xalends of Jan. on 4th feria, [29th] of the moon, a.d. [1416 b.] 

1416. John Mac Qoisdelbh went on a foray against 
Edmond ^ of the Plain and he himself was slain by oné 
shot of an arrow. — Tuathal Ua MaiUe was kiUed this year 
by the sons of Dubghall Ua MaiUe, namely, by the sons of 
l^is own brother. — Qreat war arose between the Muinter- 



írom ihe manner in whioh thenative 
Terflifiers aatárized his predeceasor, 
Stanle j. See StaL K%lken, p. 65 ; 
OD. ÍT. 818-10. 

* Poets, — Aci dana (folk ofpoetrp) 
in the original. Aet (aetai)^ vith 



the genitÍTe» idomatioallj denotes 
a olass of persons. 

^lslgnd of Ua Mailíe, -- Claxe, 
Island, in Clew Baj, west of co. 
Mayo. 

1416. ^ EdmQnd.'-'ilLAfí Ck)6tellQ 
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Hiiaiiic 7 pheficnB-íHcmaí^ pa cuif Coéail, niic CCe^a 
hUi Ruaipc. Ocuf cucaft fuoig vo niuintinii CCe^a 
ínhes Ui'Biii 7 vo Ca€al hUa Ruaitic le 1:0*5 hlla 
Ruaipc 7 le T)oíTínall hlla Ruaific, 'D'afi'maiiba'B Tas^^ 
macpeiilail^nonníuii'D'peíiaiVíílanac. In'Ofoili'B aile 
Le hCCe'B hUa Ruaiiic 7 ie TxrBg hUa Ruaific 7 le íílac 
Caba a íHuinnaii-pheoDaÉain. Ocuf Pf-íílhanaC 
Lo£ fiaii 'DO biiei€ ofiia 7 clann hUi Ruaiiic "00 bei€ 
a n-eigin ihoii af 8liaB-'oa-£on 7 'oo fuilngeaDUii 
an anCuain fin no co fiangaDUii a n-eT)Uiinai§. Ocuf 
•00 innTX)DUii clann hUi Ruaifc 7 Clann-Caba af in 
TOiiaig 7 uicaDUii fuaig D'pefaiC-íílanaí D'aii'inaiibaft 
ocTOf af pi6iT: diB. Ocuf 'oo maiiba* Da niac íílail[- 
«h]e£lainn, mic piaiíbefTOiéhUi Ruaifc, i'Don,T)onn£a* 

B 80a |iuaft 7 8eaan. Ocuf "00 inaiiba* ecra | maiéi eile "do 
íílhanfiaSait ann. — ^Domnall, mac 'Ciseiinain moiii hUi 
Ruaiiic, i'Don, aDbuf íii[§] bfeipne, D'heg in blicrBain fi 
Do'n saluf bfieac — íHac pheofaif -00 |abail D'Cmainn 
a bufc.* — ^lnsen íHuiiiceiiTXiig, mic Cafiait, mic OCe*a 
bf eipnig, D'he^ : iDon, ben Ruai'Bfi íílic •Oiafmaca. — 
Coca^ mofi D*eiii|i eTOii Clainn-T)onn£ai'B 'Cifie-hOilella 
fein in blia'Bain fi pa pefann 7 pa cfeafiait mof a[iB]* vo 

A8Sb finneDUf aii | a fieiLe. THac T)onncai'B co n-a cLoinn' 
7 Cofmac íHac T)onncai'B do bei€ 'tí'en txiiC 7 'Comalcafi 
íHac T3onn£ai'B 7 clann íílailiiuanai| íHic T)onn£ai'B 
DO*n caeC aili. 1miiuaj;a* 'do regmail aTx^ffa 7 Da mac 
íílailiiuanaié íílic T)onn6ai'B 'do mapba'B afin imfua- 

1416. ^fefi-, A. * bario (a soribal mistake). A. ' ^ni, B. « om., B. 



*By reoéon of Cathal.^He took 
Bides with the Maguires of Fer- 
managh against his own people, 
the O'Ronrhes (F.M,f who change 
etdt, reason, into cioe^ rent !). 

*Muiníer-Peodaehain,'-'8ee 1412, 
note 9y supra, The Mac Lennans, 
it thns appears, had joined the 
Magoires. 



^From the Lough iom/.— That ia, 
to the west of Upper Loogh Eme ; 
another way of deaoribing Mninter- 
Peodaohain. 

^Thoee-^QmhueJí.^lÁb&nXLj, their 
ambuehee. 

^ Clann-Caba.—Who had been 
left behind in ooncealment, to pro- 
tect the reor. 



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Buairc and Fir-Manach by reason of Cathal,^ son of Aedli 
Ua Ruairc. And defeat was given to the people of Aedh 
Mag Uidhir and to Cathal Ua Euairc by Tadhg Ua Ruairc 
and by Domnall Ua Euairc» whereby were slain Tadhg, 
son oí Ferghal and níne of tbe Fir-Manach. Another 
attack [was made] by Aedh Ua Euairc and by Tadhg Ua 
Euairc and by Mac Caba in Muinter-Peodachain.' And 
the Fir-Manach from the Lough west* overtook them and 
the sons oí Ua Euairc were in great strait on Sliabh-da- 
chon and they endured that pressure until they reached 
those they had in ambush.^ And the sons of Ua Euairc 
and the Clann-Caba® tumed on the pursuiug party and 
inflicted defeat on the Fir-Manach^ whereby were slain 
eight and twenty of them. And there were slain the t^o 
sons of Mail[-Sh]echlainn, sonof Flaithbertach Ua Euairc, 
namel^^ Donnchailh the Eed and John. And there were 
slain a good many others ^ of the Fir-Manach ^ there. — 
Domnall, son of Tigeman Mor Ua Euairc^ namely, one 
who was to be king of Breifni^ died this year of the 
small pox.^ — ^Mac Fheorais was taken prisoner by 
Edmond de Burgh. — The daughter of Mnircertach, son of 
Cathal, son of Aedh^^ the Brefnian^ died ; namely, the wif e 
of Euaidhri Mac Diarmata. — G-reat war arose between the 
Clann-Donnchaidh of Tir-Oilella themselves respecting 
land and respectÍDg great forays they committed on each 
other. Mac Donnchaidh with his sons and Cormac Mac 
Donnchoidh were on one side and Tomaltach Mac Donnch- 
aidh and the sons of Mailruanaigh Mac Donnchaidh on 
the other sida An encounter occurred between them and 
the two sons of Mailruanaigh Mac Donnchaidh were slain 



[1416] 



^ A good mamf othera, — ^ldterallj, 
other good feaU, For Íhe idiom^ 
•ee 1870, n. 4, «tipro. 

^FÍT'Manach, — ^Hiural adjectÍTe 
íorm of Manaeh in the original. 



*8tnaU»pox, — ^literallj, speetíed 
dUeaee, See [1327], note S, 
supra, 

W-4«íA.— 0*Connor ; slain [1310], 
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SctB, iT>on, miiiiiceíiTOfi 7 OCe*. Ocuf Co|iniac 05 íílac 
*OotitiÉai'5 "00 Tnajibo* in hx cerma. — íílai'Dm nio|i t)0 
éabaitii; vo íílac í11u|i£a'Ba, iT>on, OCjit: íHac* Íílu|ica5a,* 
ap ^hctl'l^C íi« CunnTHie Riab6a in blia^am fi, T)'aji'- 
matibo* 7 T)'ati'5aba* fe£c piCix; t)iB. — Cu-ííleo:5a, mac 
Seaain Íl1e[c] Conmafia, T^'heg in blio^ain fi : iT>on, 
a^buji Txnfig Clainni-Cuilein. Ocuf cenn cogai'B 7 
imfiefna na ííluman he. — CCiiT^sal, mac bíiiain moiii 
íílhes íHaísamna, iT>on, fi Oifgiall, T^'heg in blia5ain 
fi 7 a mac t)0 gabail a ínaix; 1 n-a •ftiaig, iT)on, bfian. — 
^ofmlaié, ingen Weill moiji hUi Weill,iT)on,ben 8eaain 
hUi ^Oomnaill, T^'heg, iT)on,fai thná. — CofimacT)uB íílac 
bf anain, iT)on, aT)buii caifig Co|ic[o]-OCclann, t)0 maf- 
ha^ T)'a biiataiti pein a pell a n-Oil-pinn. — Cu-Connacc, 
mac íni[c] Cfai€ íHes Ui'Bif , T^'he?; in* blia^ain fi* (r' 
n-lT^'lanuaini*). — CCe'5 bacafi, mac in OCiiicinnic,* iT>on, 
mac Wícoílfinn, mic ConCobuif, iT)on, in OCfciT^eofain, 
pefi T)aenna6TO moiiie vo Íl1uinnci|i Innfi-cain Loía- 
hefne, T)'he5 in blioSain fi, ocT:auo lCalenT)af 8ep- 
nmbivif. 

lCaL lan. u[i]. f., L' [x\] OCnno T3omini ííl.* cccc** x. 
uii."* íílac ííluíiÉa'Ba, iT)on, fi taigen, iT)on, OCfc, mac 
CCiiii; Caemanai^, iT)on, in coice'BaC voV fe\v[i einefi 7 
ea^num 7 T^efc t)o bi 1 n-a aimpii pein, T^'heg 1 n-a 
lonEpoiii; pein in bba'Bain fi, laf m-buai'B Ongéa 7 
aiéfige^ — Ruai'Biii, mac T)omnaill hUi T)uBDa, iT)on, 
|ii hUa-pa6iia£, T^'eg 1 n-a longpoiic pein laii m-buai'B 
ai€iii§e^. — ^Diafmaic laimT^efB, mac CCifT: Caemanai^ 

<-é. B. *-*=«. •^ii. l-DÍtif)- thtrd of the Id$9 (llth), B. The n of 
in l-D wae mispead n. " =1383*»-^ 

1417. i-é', B. •bl., A, B. »»om., A. 



^Conchobur, — O'Howen, or 
Owens (Ua hOgain). 
1417. * jlrí.— For hÍB two con- 



tests with Riohard II., see GUbert, 
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in the encoonter, nameljr, Muircertach and Aedh. And l^^^^l 
Cormac Mac Donnchaidh junior was slain the same day. — ' 
Great defeat was inflicted by Mac Murchadha, namelj, Art 
Mac Murchadha, on the Foreigners of the Countj Wex- 
ford this year, wherein were slain or captured seven score 
of them. — Ctt-Meadha, son of John Mao Conmara, die^ 
this year : to wit, one who was to be chief of Chum-Cuilen. 
And head of battling and contention of Munstor [was] 
ha — ^Ardghal, son of Brian Mor Mag Mathgamna, namely, 
Idng of Qirgialla, died this year and his son took his place 
after him, that is, Brian. — Gormlaith, daughter of Brian 
Mor Fa Neill, namely, wife of John TJa Domnaill, died ; 
to wit, an excellent woman. — Cormac Mac Branain the 
Black, namely, one who was to be chief of Corc[o]-Achlann, 
was killed by his own kinsman in treachery in Oil-finn. — 
Cu-Connacht» son of Mao Craith Mag Uidhir, died this 
year (on the Ides [13th] of January). — ^Aedh the Lame, 
son of the Herenagh — ^namely, son of Mcholas the Fair, 
son of Conchobur,^^ that is, of the Archdeacon — a man of 
great charity of the Community of Inis-cain of Loch-Eme, 
died this year, on the 8th of the Kalends of September 
[Aug. 25]. 

Ealends of Jan. on 6th feria, [lOth] of the moon, a.d. [1417] 
1417. Mac Murchadha, namely, king of Leinster, that ís» 
Art,^ son of Art Caemanach, to witj the Provincial who 
was best of ho8pitality and prowess and charity that was 
in his own time, died in his own stronghold^ this year, 
after TÍctory of Unction and penance. — ^Ruaidhri, Son of 
Domnall XJa Dubhda, namely, king of Ui-Fiachrach, died 
in hÍ8 own stronghold* after victory of penance. — ^Diarmait 
Bed-hand, son of Art^ Caemanach, namely, son of the 

*8tnmghol<L — New B088, co. 1 Neill, bar, of Tireragh, co. Sligo. 
Wexford. 1 ^Sono/Art, — UpontliÍBdesoent» 

» Stronghold.''The oastle of Dnn | see O'DoDOvazi, iv., 830-1. 



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iT>on, mac fiié lcngeti, •o'hes.— Ruai'Btii, mac ínufi£ff5a 
hlli phlai^bepTOig, | i'ooti, tnac íiig lajiíaiii Contiaci: 7 
mac ^atimaxxx t>uiC hUi piaiíbetuxng -00 bafia* 7 fe 
piji v&s •o'Uib-piaiébetiTOié w baía* pariu aji Cuan- 
UnjailU— maigirceri Seoan, mac in aiT^£i'Deo£ain 
m 6 1 ji, iT>on, pepf un T)aini-innfi lo£a-hetine% T)'es in 
blia*ain r^, roECO lCalenT>af OcTX)biiir- 

lCaL lan. uii.'p., V [xxi.^] anno^Oomim m.** cccc** x.* 
U111.* tJisefinan, mac Ualsainc hUi Ruaiiic, iT>on, fii 
bfieipne, T>'éc in bliafeam r^ : iT>on,® peji t>o coroin a 
•buíai* oji na coiciiefiaib 7 t>oV pefifi eineC 7 e|num 7 
T>e|ic T>o bi í n-a aimfifi. Ocur a aT>luca* a Tnainifci|i 
«hli5i§°.— b|iian ballafi, mac CCe*a, mic phei-BlimCíe] 
hlli Con6obuif# iT>on, a^buii fig Conna£u — an** mac fiig 
naii'ófi T>uine fiiam im T>uair, no im T>efic®— a^ eg^ 1** n-a 
longpoiiT; pein**. — ^T^a'Bs, mac Ca€ail, mic 'Cai'fts XWes 
[ph]lann£cr5a, iT>on, caifefi T3a|iqiai|i, T^^heg.— eogan, 
mac tJiseiinain hlli Ruaiiic, iT>on, aT>buii fiig btieipne, t>o 
ba6a* af L06 pnn-iíiui§e in blia^Bain fi. CCeh bui'Be 
hUa Ruaifc t>o gabail iii§i na biieipne a n-T)iai§ a a6af , 
iT>on, 'Cigeiinain moiii hlli Ruaifc. — Ciiefa moiia t>o 
•Benum t>o ^hallait na íHí'Be afi CCe'B, mac CCifcílleB 
CCengufa. Innfoigi'B* t>o T>enum t>o íHhas CCengufa^ 
T>o íHac-htli-tleiU-bui'Be afi lofig 5all 7 na ciieaS fin. 
Ocuf ni hufUftí a fiim, no a aiiiim, a meT> t>o gaba'B 7 
T>o mafbaft t>o ^hallaiB afi a[n] TOfiai'Befr; fin. Ocuf 

1418. 11 •o'hes, B. * -51, A. • óm. A. »> bL, A, B. ^ om., B. 



'^rcAdSfocoii.— Mentioned inihe 
fiual entrj of the preTÍous jear. 
1418. ^WhcUwa8due,-^UteT9Íly 

* Donatíve.—lÁtenúj, charitif, 
« 5íroiv*otó.--The castle of Hos- 
common. 



^Drawned, — Aooording to the 
F, M,, he was prooeeding to ▼isit 
hÍB father, who la j in hij» fatal 
iUnees (ftrst entrj of this jear). 

' Took the king$hip, — In oon* 
seqnenoe of the dmwning of hÍB 
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king of Leinster^ died. — ^Ruaidhri, son of Murchadh TJa [14171 
Flaithbertaigh, namelj, son of the king of the West of 
Connacht and the son of Diarmaít TTa Flaithbertaigh the 
Black were drowned, and sixteen men of the Uí-Flaithber- 
taigh were drowned along with them on Cuan-UmailL — 
Master John^ son of the Great Archdeacon,^ 
namelj, parson of Daím-inis of Loch-Eme, died this year 
on the 6th oí the Ealends of October [Sep. 26]. 

Kalends of Jan. on 7th feria, [2l8t] of the moon, a.d. [i*i«] 

1418. Tigeman, son of Ualgarc Ua Euairc, namelj, king 

of Breifni, died this year : to wit, a man who defended his 

territory against the neighbours and was best of hospitaKty 

and prowess and charity that was ín hís time. And he 

was buried in the monastery. of Sligech. — Brian the 

FrecUed, son of Aedh, son of Feidhlimidh Ua Gonchobuir, 

namely, one who was to be king of Connacht — the son of a 

king that never refused a person respectíng what was 

due,^ or respecting a donative ^— ^died in his own strong- 

hold.»— Tadhg, sDn of Cathal, feon of Tadhg Mag Flann- 

chadha, namely, chief of Dartraighi, died. — Eogan, son of 

Tigeman Ua Buairc, namely, one who was to be king of 

Breifni, was drowned^ on the IJough of Finn-magh this 

year. Aedh Ua Euairc the Tawny took the kingship ^ of 

BreiM after his father, that is, Tigeman Mor Ua Euairc. 

— Great forays were made by the Foreigners of Meath® on 

Aedh, son of Art Mag Aenghusa, An attack was made 

by Mag Aenghusa andby Mac-Ui- NeiU-buidhe'' 

on the track of the Foreigners and of those prey8. And 

it is not ea8y to tell or to count the amount that was taken 

and that was alain of the Foreigners on that pursuit And 



« FoTiignen of If ea<A.— [Led by] 
liord FnznÍTal, F. M. 
7 M9C' UUNem'buidhe. ^Son of 



(yNeiUtheTawny\ thepatronyiiiic 
of the head of the 0*Neill8 of Glan- 
naboj, [13191 note 7, tupra. 



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a*TOi'Be£c pein* T)i<f mg* 'o'on' niiiur fin* pa buai'5 TOrco** 
7* n-e'oala 'f apaile®. — Caiften-na-mallafiT; th) '5enum 
la h-Uilliam hlla Ceallaig in blia'bain fi afi agai'5* 
caiflein móif Rofa-Comain, do cuf fie n-a* gabaiL 
Sluag moíi le clainn T)omnaill, mic ííluifceiiT^aig hUi 
Concobuifi 7' le hlCcuíi ConnaÉc uile' th) £u|i bi-B a 
caiflen móf Rofa-Comain 7 t)0 cuifeT)Uf lon ann T)'ainn- 
T)eoin a foibe 'n-a n-agai'B. Ocuf t)o finneT)Uf paf- 
lonj^ufT; a T^imcell an faiflein big 7 níf 'peT)aT)Uf ní t)o 
T)o*n TnifUf fin. — RifDefiT), mac 'Comaif (mic'' Íl1a6- 
samno**), mic ^iUa-lfa fuai* hUi Rai^llig, iT)on, fi 
Ofeipne, t)o '5ul a coiri aji to£-8i§leann a coinne '^^ 
7 a bauo* T)o'n T^uf Uf fin 7 a mac 05, iT)on, eogan 7 T)a 
maigifcif T)*a muinnTnfi 7 a bean, iT)on*, insen' ííles 
Ra^aill*, iT)on, pinn^aUc Ocuf Txxinig fi' af afi TX)f (r& 
a f nama. Cogan, mac Seaain, mic pilib hUi RaigiUig, 
T)o gabail f i§i na bjieipne a n-T)iai§ RifoefT). — Cogan, 
mac Con-ConnaÉT; íTles T^hisef nain, iT)on, a'Bbuii caifig 
'CheUai§-T)un£a'Ba, T^'eg. — Tx>maf 05, mac 'Comaif eile 
ÍTles lli'Bi|i (iT)on,^ in Jilla t)uB,''), T)0 gabail in 
blioBain fi af baile-hUi-^jvaDa le bfian 05, mac 
biiiain, mic enfí hlli WeiU 7 le Seaan, mac pilib | n a 
cuai'Be íHes Ui'Bif. — CCu^fcin hUa Congaile D'heg 
in btio^ain fi, pfiT)ie lCatenT)af 1uni[i]. 



1418. » cróaié(mefc. of % and •ó), A. 
n-onf — &y ih$ Gaidhil bachwiirdaj B. 
»»^ = 1388»»-»». "after pinnsualo, B. 
1392»». 



' =**. *^ -00 ^oi'óelaiB coiv a 

"after n-eT>ala, B. « om., A. 

J an ben- the wife, B. «^* =; 



7» TfíM.— Literallj, tmá#r. 

" Reseue and chattd, — A hen- 
diadTs íór rescm (lit., deprivation) 
ofchatuL 

•. Caislen'na-maUachU — Cattíe of 
the cunes; a name explained bj 
the cÍTOumstanoes under which its 
ereotion took plaoe. 



^^Lotver.—Th&tw, northem. 

" Sma/l Castl€.—An alias f or the 
oastle mentioned in note 9. 

^^ Son ofMathgamain, — ^This par- • 
enthesÍB ia oorreot. Thomas, who 
died in 1390, tupra, waa son of 
Mahon, aooording to the obit in 
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he hJmself came to his house on that expédition with ^* 
victorj of rescue and chattel® and so forth. — Caislen-na- 
mallacht® was built by William Ua Cellaigh this year 
opposite the great castle of Bos-Comain, to aid in taking 
the ktter. A large host [was led] by the bods of Dom- 
nall, 8on oí Muircertach Ua Concobuir and by all thé 
lower^® part of Connacht to put provision into the great 
castle of Ro8-Comain and they pnt a store into it in despite 
oí what was against them And they made an encamp- 
ment around the Small Castle,^^ but couldnot do anjthing 
[more] to it on that occasion. — ^Ílichard, son of Thomas 
(son of Mathgamain) ^^ son of Gilla-Isa Ua Baighilligh, 
namely, King of Breifni, went in a cot on Loch-Sighlenn 
to meet Foreigners and was drowned on that occasion 
along with his young son, that is, Eogan and two Masters^ 
of hÍ8 family.^* And his wife, namely, the daughter of 
Mag Baghnaill, that is^ Finnguala [was of the party]. Aná 
she came safe by virtue of her swimming. !Éogan, son of 
John, son of Philip Ua Ilaighilligh, took the Idngship of 
the Breifiii after Eichard. — Eogan, son of Cu-Connacht 
Mag Tigemain, namely, one who was to bo chief of 
Tellach-Dunchadha, died. — ^Thomas junior, son of another 
Thomas (namely, the Black Gillie) Mag Uidhir, 
was taken prisoner this year in Baile-Ui-Grada^ by Brian 
junior, son of Brian, son of Henry Ua Neill andby John, 
son of Philip Mag Uidhir of the [Battle-]axe.— 
Augustin Ua Conghaile died this year on the 2nd of the 
Ealends of June [May 31]. 



[1418]. 



^Aíatters, — ^Here, as eUewhere 
in theee Aiinals,- if(U/er is a olerical 
tiUe. For the entrj in the F. M. 
states that the two in qneetion 
wéte Fhilip O'Reillj, dean oí 
Drumlane, and [another of the 
name], Ticar of Annagh (co. OaTao). 



H Hi» family.— The 0'Reilly8. 

^^Baile'Ui'Grada. — Town of 
0* Grady. Thia seems to hare bt)en 
a place in Fennanagh. The diffi- 
cnltieff of the seiznre taldng plaoe 
at the residence of the O'Gradj in 
Olare appear insnperable. 



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A 88d lcat lan. i. p, [!•• n.'] OCnno THwnini m.* cccc-^x.* ix.** 
Coco* moíi eceri hlla Weill, itmmi, 'poninaU, mac en|ii 
hlli WeiU, in blioSain fi 7 eogon, mac WeiUoishlli 
WeiU, iT)on, a^buii aifVDiiig llUr5. hlla WeiU 'o'innaii- 
boft oji ín coca* fin le heogan 7 le TToiiifi'DelbaÉ hUa 
n-THwnnaiU, i-oon, jií T^ifie-ConaiU 7 le btiian mhas 
mhaegamna, iwn, |ii OitigiaU 7 le Txnnar mag Ui'Biíi, 
iwn, fii peji-manaC «Itiag móti le bpian, mac 'Ootn- 
naiU hlli Con£obtii|i co n-a cae|iai'Be& 7 muiibaÉ vo 
lofca* leif, iT>on, lonspoft; hlli T)omnaiU 7 t;iii-OCe*a 
uile** T>o miUiti'B leif T)o'n Tnif [uf ] fin. — ^T^Smaf bacaC 
mac mic lafla Uii-mtiman, vo 'feul t>o congntim^ le 
fiig Saxan in blia*ain fi 7 mofan T)'tiaiflit epenn vo 
*til leif 'f(f Pfaíngc af an coca* fin. — CCn Calbac 
hlla ConSobtiifi, iT)on, fi hlla-pail|i,T)o gaboil a peU la 
mac tibineT) a Pfeimne 7 a feic t)ó f e peji-ínaiT) fiig 
8axan, iT)on, loafT)* pu|intimaL Ocuf in q[ia6 vo 
^abo^ é, in T)Uine t)0 bi rf^ n-glaf an Calbaig* t'^^S 
leif T)ia €i| pein. — ^peifcefc hUa hUi5ií)T) T^'heg: iT)on, 
fai fíifi T)ána 7 pef cigi n-ai'Be'B co coixxnnn T)'pef ait 
epenn. — mac muffa'Bct, iT>on, f í' Lai^en, iT>on, TíonnÉa* 
Caemanac, t^ gabail t>o ShatlaiC in* blia^ain fi* 7 a 
b|iei€ a SaaxxnaiG 'Boiíl'. — muifcefcafi, mac bfiain hUi 
phlai€befiTxii§, T)*he5 in blia'Bain fi — ^iT)on, peiSeiíi coit- 
cenn t>o £Liaf aiC 7 t>o 'BamaiC efienn, iT>on,' f 1* 1af€aifi 
Conna^Tf — pa*' buai'B o T>oman^ — Seaan, mac Ca6aiL 
meg Ui-Bif, vo mqfba* in bLia*ain fi, T^ecimo** quafxx) 
lCaLenT)af luini^ — CCe'B hUa pLanna5a[i]n, pfioifi 

1419. ' ctiinntitn, A. 'losoro, A. 'fvié, B. •^bl,, A, B. *» after 
nMUia^, B. « ifin- irUo the, B. ^-<* *n-a glof — í« húfetter, B. •tafter 
daxancn6,B. « om., B. «.-|?befope •o'he^ B. >»*=«. 



1419. 1 Wat Wi— To aid Dom- 
nall O'NeilL 
*Bnan.— O'Conor Sligo. 



s ffar .—Between Henpj V. of 

England and Charlefl VL of France. 

f Fettered iiríM.— Literallj, ín íhe 



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Ealends oí Jan. on Ist fería^ 2nd of the moon, a.d. [1419] 
1419. Great war [arose] this year between TJa NeiU, 
namely, Domnall, son of Henrjr T7a NeiU, and Eogan, son 
of Niall Ua NeiII junior^ tliat is, the future arch-king of 
Ulster. Ua Neill was expelled in thÍB war by Eogan and 
by Toirdelbach Ua Domnaill, namely> king of Tir-ConaiII 
and by Brian Mag Mathgamna, namely, king of OirgiaUa 
and by Thomas Mag Uidhír, namely, king of Fir-Manaeh. 
A large host [was led^] by Brían,^ son of Domnall Ua 
Conchoboir^ with hi^ foray-bftnd and Morbach was bamed 
by him, to wit, the stronghold of Ua DomnaiU andall Tír- 
Aedha was destroye4 by him on that expedition. — ^Thomas 
the Lame, grandson of the Earl of Om^ond, went to aid 
the king of the Saxons this year and many of the nobles 
of Ireland went w;th him int<> France on that war.' — Tho 
Calbach Ua Conchobuir, Mmely, king of Ui-Failghi, was 
taken prisoner ^n treaohery by the sQn of Libined Freyne 
and sold by him to the depQty of the king of the Sazons» 
namely, Lord Fumiyal. And when he was put in custody, 
the persou who was f ettered with * the Calbach escaped 
with him to his own house.— Feircert Ua hUiginn died : 
to wit, a^ excellent poet and a man who kept ^ a general 
house of guests f or the Mqu of Ireland. — ^Mac Murchadha, 
namely, king of Leinster, that is, DouDchadh Caemanach, 
was taken prisoner by th^Foreigners thÍ8year and carried 
into Sa^ourland by them.-rMuircertach, son of Brían Ua 
>Flaithbertaigh di^ this year : to wit, a general protector 
to [the leamed] retínues and companies of Ireland, 
namely, kipg of Conn^ht, [and he died] with victory 
from the world.-rJohn> son of Cathal Mag Uidhir, was 
slain this year on the 14th of the Ealends of June [May 
19]. — ^Aedh Ua Flannaga[i]n, prior of Daim-inis» died ou 



Íoek of, O'Gonor prevailed on the | fly withhim. 

goarf to whom hé was fettered to I ^ Who A:<rpt.— Literallj, of. 



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T3aifn-ititifi, obnT:* i' peit maiirain na bli<r5na fcf. — 
Sluag mofí leif hlla Cellaig maine in blia'&ain fi 7 
le hUilliam hUa Ceallai| 7 le mac UiUianri búfc 7 
le Caíal n-T)tiB hUa Con6obtiifi 7 le mac DiaiwiaDa 
mtiigi-luifS, iDon, 'ComalTOc. Octif a ceiéefna sallo- 
glafi T>o bfieií leo, iwn, íHac 'Dubgaill 7 'Coiiif'Delbac 
mac t)omnaill 7 a n-Dula Wn uif Uf fin a CLoinn- 
RicaiíiT) T)'a milliu* 7 •o'innafba* íílic UilliaTn a 
Clainn-Ricaif T) ama^ 8lua§ moíi eile t>o beié ag íílac 
tliUiam Clainni-Ricai|iT) aji a cinn, iT)on, Ca^E, mac 
bfiain 7 a bfuxiéTieca 7 maiéi Cua^-ííluman* uiLe* 7 
"TDomnaU íílac Suibne. Caffla imoffo in T)a fluag 
fin af a ceile a m-beL OC€a-Li|ean a n-Uaccafi CLainni- 

B 80d RicaifT) 7 TnicaT)Ufi qfioiT) T)'a ceiLe | annfin. Ocuf t>o 
maiiba* íHac T^ubgaiLL annfin" 7 a 'Bif mac 7 a gaLLo- 
sLaic uiLe. Tx^iixjiT^eLbaS íílac 'DomnaiLL 7 a mac t>o 
'fiuL afa[n] qfioiT) fin f Lan 7 a muinnT;efi t>o maf ba^ ann*^ 
tiiLe^ Ocuf T>o 5aba5 hUa CeaLLaig, iT>on, 'T)onn£a5 hUa 

A 84a CeaLLaig 7 UiLLiam gaf B, mac T)aibi€, T^igef na | CLainni- 
Connmaig. Ocuf UiLLiam hUa CeaLLaig t>o 'BuL 'n-a 
aenuf afan maiT)m" fin 7 mof an t>o maiéiB hUa-íílaine 
tX) mafiboB 7 T)o gabaiL 'fa n-áii. Ocuf ni xiecufi 
cinne^ na comaifim ap meT> on iíiaT)ma fin, na 0^1 meT> 
«T)aLa CLainni-RicaiiiT) 7 na ííluimne£,* T)'e£aiB 7 
T>*eiT>e'5 7 T>o bfaigDiB mai€i[B] 7 afoiLe. — 000*5 bui'^e, 
mac risefnain hUi Ruaifc, D'heg in bLiaíain fi a Tnif 
a Tuxéa 'n-a LonspofT; pein. Cafts, mac dsefnain hUi 
RuaifCT^o iii|a5 1 n-a inaT) aii in m-biieipne in* bLia'5ain 

, A. ^ tiile cmn, B. « -eaé, B. ' an, A. >T)*h^ B. 
^ om., A. >tiiii — all (pl. to agree with maiti), B. 
«* mamarDm (by mÍ8take), A. 



1419, *-aÉ- 
Jim— oóottí, B» 
™afin — there, B. 



^Mac íFi//iam.— The Lower, or 
northeru. 

' Clann'Rieaird. — Here, by me- 
ionym j, the territorj óf the Upper, 
or Boathem, Mac William. 



8 Jfac ^ri//iam— Amí.— Literallj, 
host icas with Mac William, 

^Tadhg. — ExBg of Thomond ; 
8on of Brian O'Brien, who died in 
1400, supra. 



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the feast of [St.] Martin [Nov. 11] of this year.— A great [Ui9] 
host [was led] this year by [the] XJa Cellaigh of [Ui.]Maine 
and by William TJa Ceallaigh and by Mac WiUiam « de 
Burgh and by Cathal TJa Conchobuir the Black and by 
Mac Diarmata of Magh-Luirg, namely, Tomaltach. And 
they took their bands of gallowglasses with them, namely, 
Mac DubgaiU and Toirdelbach Mac Domnaill and they 
went on that expedition into Clann-flicaird ^ to de8troy it 
and to expel Mac William from out Clann-Ricaírd. Mao 
William of Clann-Ricaird had another large host® to 
meet them, to wit, Tadhg,® sonof Brian and his kinsmen 
and the nobles of Thomond and Domnall Mac Suibne. 
Howbeit, those two hosts met each other at the mouth of 
Ath-lighean in the upper [southern] part of Clann-Ricaird 
and gave battle to each other then. And^^ then were slain 
Mac Dubgaill and his two sons and all their gallowglasses. 
Toirdelbach Mac DomnaíU and his son went saf e from that 
battle ; but^^ his people were all slain there. And there 
were taken [the] TJa Ceallaigh, namely, Donnchadh Ua 
Ceallaigh and WiUiam the Rough, son of David, lord of 
Clann-Connmaigh. And William Ua Ceallaigh escaped 
by himself from that defeat and many of the nobles of 
Ui-Maine were [either] killed or^^ captured in the rout. 
And it is not possible to determine or count the extent of 
that defeat, or the extent of the chattel that fell to^^ the 
Clann-Ricaird and to the Momonians, of horses and of 
apparel and of valuable hostages and so foríh. — ^Aedh the 
Tawny, son of Tigeman Ua Ruairc, died this year, in the 
beginning ^^ of hÍ8 felicity, in his own stronghold. Tadhg, 
8on of Tigernan Ua Ruairc, was made king in his stead 



i«^>kf.— Snpplj: aKtayandhÍ9 
alUes were defeaUd, and, The whole 
«ntrj is omitted by the F, M, 

" But ; or.— Literally, arui. 



12 ThatfeU te.— Literallj, o/. 

^^Beginmng, — His aoceesion to 
the kingBhip took plaoe in the pre- 
vious year. 

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ceima. *Oiatxmair; fiuo* hlla Concobui|i •o'hes. — CoÉat, 
mac OCe*a, mic philib TTles Ui'oip, Ves in blio^ain fi 
(quqfiTO** Monaf 'Oecimbiiif'*) : iwn, ogmacaift 'oob' pefiíi 
clú 7 einefi® 7 aipeTÍi vo Bí 'o'a '5u€ai'5 1 n-a aimfifi pem. 
Ocuf a aDluca'5 a Lif-saBaiU — 'Comaf bacac buralleii 
'o'hes in** blia'Bain p**: i'oon, mac lapla Up-TTluman, 
afí m-bpei€ buoSa aipme 7 oiíiii'oepcu[i]p. — ^Domnall, 
mac Gnfii hUi íleiLl, iwn, fii Coici'5 ULa'S, 'o'innapba'5 in 
bLia'^ain fi 'oo comaiple ULa'^ pa Bogan hUa WeiLL^ 
a cufi a|\ ^ciLLtocu ULa'^ pa eronoifi líióiti. — ^pinemain, 
ingen hUi TTlancam, ben genmaic, 'ouéfiafoac, 'o'he^ in^ 
bLia'^ain f\^. — OCine, ingen hSnpi TTlic Caba, mauaifi 
cLainni abbaD'» leafa-gabaiL, i-oon, 'Comaf, abb," iT)on,»* 
mac in CCi|i£i'oeo£ain moifi ['o'es in bliaftain fi]. 

CCnno**' 'Oomini Hl .*" cccc' x.** ix.° ; aLiaf , OCnno *Oomini 
TTl.*' cccc"* ocx.''** CLann OCiíit: TTles Ui-^ifi x)0 mapba'5 Le 
hCCe'5 05 TTlag Ui-^ifi in bLio'^ain fi a n-1nif-cain Loca- 
heiixne. — TTlai'om Tnacaiiie-hUa-nT)ama[i]n in bLia'5ain 
fi Le hCCe'5 TTlas Ui-^ifi afi cLainn in ^hiLLa '^uib 
Tne5 Ui-^if, i'oon, piLib* 7 'Comaf 05,* X)U inaf'mafba'5 
"OomnaLL caff ac, mac CCe'5a TTles Ui'oif, Le TTomaf 05 
TTlas ^1*5111 (iT)on,' a pfiíguin*).— 1 n 8amfa'5 ce 7 
Po§mu|\ na cno n-im'^a in bLia-^ain cecna" 7 
ajiaiLe." 

tb.] lCaU lan. 11. p., L.* [x.iii.^] CCnno 'Oomini TTl. cccc.*" xx." 
CaifLen bona-TDf obaifi T)0'5enum in bLia'^ain fi Le bf lan, 

1419. •-eaó, A. <«>=1392»>. M»=k. <i m abbai-ó— o/ Me «6Aof, 
B. '-'oontained in 11 lines, at ríght angles with tiie MS. wríting, 
on the reoto (the veno is blank) oí a 8maU vellum sb'p inserí^d between 
folios 83-4, A; 81b, after the Compuaflucu'ó entry of 1420, B. 
•^Txwnaf c^ 7 pilib, B. *-*=1384c-«. «« cecna fa TX)f — this same 
(jyear) oio, B. Then, by t. h. on text space : CCliaf, CCnno 'Domiiii 
Tíl. cccc, X. IX., o*n i1ie|i antiaf co|itiiEi fo—Otherwise, A.D. i^ig, from 
the fingér doton to thU, The reference ÍB to a hand on the r. m., with a 
finger pointing to the item Clonn OCitvc tneg tliT>iTU ThÍB agreea with 
the dates prefixed to these three entríes in A. 

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ANNALS OF ULSTER. 83 

over the Breiim the same year. — Diarmait Ua Conchobuir [Ui^] 
the Eed died. — Cathal, son of Aedh, son of Philip Mag 
Uidhir, died this year (on the 4th of the Nones [2nd] of 
December) : to wit, a youth who was of best fame and 
genero8Íty and account that was of his territory in his own 
time. And he was buried in Lis-gabhail. — ^Thomas Butler 
the Lame died this year : to wit, the son of the Eari of 
Ormond, after gainingvictoryof reputeandpre-eminence. 
— Domnall,^* son of Henry Ua Neill, namely, Idng of the 
Fifth of Ulster, was expelled this year by counsel of the 
Ulstermen under Eogan Ua Neill and he was driven to 
the Foreigners of Uister with great dishonour. — ^Finem- 
haÍD, daughter of Ua Manchain, a chaste, sincere woman, 
died this year. — Aine, daughter of Henry Mac Caba, 
mother of the children of the abbot of Lis-gabhail, that 
is, Thomas the abbot, namely, son of The Great 
Archdeacon^^ [died this year]. 

A.D. 1419 ; otherwise, a.d. 1420. The sons of Art Ma^^ 
Uidhir were slain by Aedh Maí? Uidhir junior this year 
in Liis-cain of Loch-Eme. — ^The defeat of Machaire-Ua- 
Damain [was inflicted] this year by Aedh Mag Uidhir on 
the sons of the Black Gillie Mag Uidhir, n8mely, 
Philip and Thomas junior, where was slain Domnall 
Carrach, son of Aedh Mag Uidhir, by Thomas Mag Uidhir 
junior (namely, in [single] encounter). — T h e h o t 
Summer and the HarTest of the numerous 
n u 1 8 [happened] the same year and so on. 

Xalends of Jan. on 2nd feria, [13th] of the moon, a.d. [1420 B.] 
1420. The castle of Bun-Drobaisi was built this year by 



i^2>omfia//,erc.— Thisisaversion, f the first entrj of the present jrear. 
drawn apparentlj from a difforent I ^Arc^acon. — Mentioned under 
Bonroe, oí the Mcond Bentence in | 1417, supra. 

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tnac 'Ooííinaill hlli ConSobaiii. 8lua§ in Coici'5 tx) éecc 
an TOn fin "do Bacail na hoibpi. T)o cpuinni| bpian vtua^ 
aile 'n-a n-agai'5 pin pa'' [a] bpa[i]ípiB* 7 pa TTlac 
T)onncai'6 7 pa hUa Ruaipc, i-oon, 'Ca'os. Ocuf níp'laiíi 
in flua§ UUtoc t)uI za\í an Uprgaraig fiafi cuca "Do'n 
•Dut fin. Conallai§ vo be[i]€, inopan •oaine, pa cuan 
Gafa-puai'6 an vax) fin. Clann hUi T)omnaiU vo éecr, 
maíicfluag, afi in ma§, i'oon, MiaU 7 T)omnaU 7 'Nec- 
cain. Clann bpian hUi Concobuifi t)0 'duI, majicflua^ 
mop cua|iT;ai|[c]i, in zax) fin co bel-a€a-feanai§ 7 
imíiuagoB moji X)'eip§i aTX)|xpa. ConaUaig t)0 bpeié 
Ofipa annfin 7 puaig vo rabaific acoíifia** ann* t>o Chaifi- 
bjieacaiB, T^'afi'mafba'B ^eaan, mac bfiiain hUi Con- 
cobuiji 7 CCe'5 bui'Be mac 'Oonncai'5 7 Caiail, mac 

B sia T^iaíimaca, mic Cofimaic, mic Ruai-Bjii | 7 Bogan hUa 
T)uBT)a. bjiian hUa Concobui|\ t)0 -Bul 7 Caijibjiig aji 
maj-einein ran j^n pa na fgelaiB fin. Go^an hUa 

A 84b Concobuiji 7 'CoifijiT^elbac cajifiac | t)0 "Bul a cenn coic 
n-oi-Bce laji f m co h6f-jiu(r5. CLann hUi "OomnaiU vo 
beé T)o n caeB raU T)o'n Gf , a pojiT^-na-long, laji n-ol 
fina. Ocuf a f if fin t) pagbail T^'Bo^an 7 a n-ínT)jx)i5i'5 
T)oiB 7 'OomnaUhUa 'OomnaiU, iT)on, aT^bufi fig 'Chijie- 
ConaiU, T)o majiba'5 leo 7 Txnne eile nac aijiimceji 
annfo. Ocuf íliaU hUa T)omnaiU t)o '5ul uaéa a luing 
8axanai5 t)o Ci aji an cuan in can fin. Ocuf eogan 
T)'innTX)é Wn cujiuf f in co "OjioCaif ceuna 7 ajiaile — 
'CoSg, macpejigailhUi Oa^jia, iT)on,lecjii luigne, T^'heg. 
— Clann T;-8heaain hUi Ba^jia vo €ecc aji fluai|e'5 co 
n-a caijiT)iB T)'innfoi§i'5 clainni hUi Oaspa Oijijxéejiai§. 

.1420. «-« pa n-a b|uxic|\il) pein— «nder his own hintmeríf B. ^ ^om., B, 



1 420. 1 ^rían.— O'Conor Sligo. 
* Province, — By exoellenoe ; i.e., 
Ulster. 



«ifcno/rír-Conattf.— See 1402, 
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Brian,^ son of Domnall TJa Conchobair. The liost of the 
ProTÍnce* came at the time to prevent the work. Brian 
mustered another host against those, under his Idnsmen 
and^'nnder Mac Donncbaídh and under TJa Ruairc, namely, 
Tadhg. And the Ultonian host did not attempt to go 
across the TJrsgathach westward to them on that occasion. 
The men of Tir-Conaill® were, a numerous force, by the 
port of Eas-ruadh at that time. The sons of Ua Domnaill, 
namely, Niall and Donmall and Nectain, came [with] a 
horse-host on the Plain.* The sons of Brian XJa Concho- 
buir went [with] a large reconnoitring horse-host at that 
time to Bel-atha-senaigh and a great encounter arose 
between them. The Men of Tir-ConailP overtook them 
then and an assault was made on the Carbrians, wherein 
were slain John, son of Brian Ua Concobuir and Aedh 
Mac Donnchaidh the Tawny, and Catbal, son of Diarmait, 
son of Cormac, son of Ruaidhri and Ek)gan Ua Dubhda. 
Brian Ua Conchobuir and the Carbrians went on Magh- 
eine at that time in consequence of those tidings. Eogan 
Ua Concobuir and Toirdelbach Carrach went at the end 
of five nights^ afterwards to Es-ruadh. The sons of Ua 
Domnaill were on tbe over side of the Cataract,* in Port- 
n-long,'^ and they had drunk wine. And tale of that was 
got by Eogan and they were attacked by his forces, and 
Domnall Ua Domnaill, namely, one who was to be king 
of Tir-ConaiU, was slain by them along with other persons 
that are not mentioned here. And Niall Ua Domnaill 
escaped from them in a Saxon ship that was in the harbour 
at that tima And Eogan retumed [in triumph] on that 
occasion to the same Drobhais, and so forth. — Tadhg, son 



[1420] 



*Plain. — Magh-eine, mentioned 
below in thÍB entr^. 
> NíghU.^Qee 1076, note 2, supra, 
*CataracU^}^9miúj,£s{'rííadh) i 



Assaroe, near Ball^shannon, co. 
Donegal. 

' Port'Mhlong, — Pari qf th$ 
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"Do bi' ©ogan, mac *OoTnnaill hlli Concobtiip, 'n-a pfi 
cotnaipce 7 coimeDa 05 clainn Zmv^ hlli hGagfia. 
Cíieca mopa 7 nia|xb€a T)aine t)0 X)enum t)0 clainn 
c-Sheaain in can fin. Go^an t)0 bpei€ opjia annfin 7 
na cíieca T^'iafiai'fe oíipa* vo t)o íojxa^ comainT), 7 t)0 
coimoT) a éiníg. Ocuf ní puaip 7 , o nac puaip, vo cummé 
ap a uaif li p ein 7 t)0 Éuai'B a TOfiai'BecT: na cp eici. Clann 
TJ-^heaain 7 Clann-TTluiTiif t)o ma^Bmaca'fe le heogan 7 
lemacTTlic 'Oonncai'5 7 Íe clainn 'Cai-Bg hUi Catfia. 
Ocuf TTlacmuiíiif T)0 gabail ann 7 Gmann TTlac TTluipif 
T)0 mapbaí ann 7 8eaan, mac RicaipT) TTlic TTluipif 7 
Uilliam, mac 8eaain 015 hUi Gaéfta 7 'Ca'Bs hUa ea^fia 7 
mofian eile nac aifimi€e|x f unn. Ocuf cfieacaT)o buain T)i15 
annfin le ha^Beosain. — UiUiam, macTTlail[-8h]eclainn 
hUi Cheallai^, iT>on, aT)bufi aifXT)fii§ hUa-TTIaine 7 in 
r-aen mac uip fii§ fio bo mó cfien 7 zeyx: 7** T)ob' f^efXfi 
T)'pefi cogai'B 7 vo bo ííió cuít) oi-Bci t)o bí i^ n-efiinn 1 
n-a aimtifi pein, a ég 1 n-a lonspofic pein' lafi m-buai'5 
aiqfiige*. — CompuafliJCU'5' -00 'Benum in can fin afi 
Chaéal hUa Concobuifi T)0 Ci illaim 05 TTlac ULliam 
B 8ib fie fié f aDa T)'|aimfifi a n-siU fie caif len Uofa-Comain 
7 afi hUa CeaUai^ vo bí a^ TTlac UiUiam Clainni- 
TlicaifiT) 7 afi hUa ConCobuifi vo b? lUaim* UiUiam. — 
Pefisuf" (no^ 5^Ua-pefij;uf *a**) hUa Con^alaié, T)UÉcufa6 
T)0 TTluinntnfi Tloif^oififi€i|\ 7 pefi T^aenaccafi, T^'heg. — 
niaisifcifi TTlaéa hUa bana[i]n, pefifun 7 oifi6innec 

1420. 1 a, A. « n-at-, A. » -gu'ó, A. * a laiTn, A. 6=^-«». f om^ A. 
í 'gilla-Pefisufa, B. The Beqaenoe in B ím : Compuaflucu'ó— Tnaigif- 
cep.— EntríesgÍTen nnder preTÍons year in A text— ^oppfuné— ^it/ta-p. 
»»-í»=1402'H. 



• JbAn.— O'Hara ( Ua hEaghra). 1 Ware wrote : Fundatw domus FrO' 

• WiUiam, etc, — Here, on the 1 trum Minorum d$ EUcoimdl (in 
oentre margin oí B, Sir James I Oloníert diooese) ; wbioh confirmB 



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of Fergal TJa Eaghra, joint-lring of Luighni, died. — ^The 
sons of John TJa Eaghra came on a hosting wíth their 
friends to attack the sons of the Eastern Ua Eaghra. 
Eogan, 8on of Domnall XJa Concobuir, was the patron and 
protector of the sons of Tadhg XJa Eaghra. Numerous 
forajs and slajings of persons were committed by the sons 
of John® that tima Eogan overtoofc them then, and the 
prejs were aslced from them by him in virtue of amity 
and to preserve his hospitalitv. And he got [them] not 
and, as he did not get [them], he thought of hís own 
nobility and went in pursuit of the prey. The sons of 
John and the Clan-Maurice were defeated by Eogan 
and by the son of Mac Donnchaidh and by the sons of 
Tadhg IJa Eaghra. And Mac Maurice was captured there 
and Edmond Mao Maurice and John son of Richard 
Mac Maurice and William, son of John XJa Eaghra 
junior, and Tadhg XJa Eagra and many others that 
are íiot recfconed here were slain. And the preys 
were taken from them then through the good fortune of 
Eogan. — WiUiam,® son of Mail[-Sh]echlainn XJa Oeallaigh, 
namely, one who was to be arch-king of XJi-Maine, and 
the one son of a 8ub-king who was the most powerful and 
famous and the best man of battle and who had most part 
in night [attack] that was in Ireland in his own time, died 
in his own stronghold after victory of penance. — Co-libera- 
tion was made that time of^^ Cathal XJa Conchobuir, who 
was in cu8tody with Mac WiUiam for a long space of time 
in pledge for the Castle of Ros-Comain, and of^® XJa 
Ceallaigh, who was [iu custod^] wilh Mac William of 
Clann-Eicaird, and of ^^ XJa Conchobuir, who was in the 



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O'Donoran's Tindication oí him 
{F. M. iii., 603-4) from O'Fla- 
heriT's cbarge of haTÍng mis- 



tRken thÍB 0'EeUy for hisgrand- 
father. 
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T)aitxe-íllaGla[i]n,* rji'hej; 6 lT)ur ^epnmbpir. — ?5oi-TP1^^é 
hlla 'Daiíhin Vhes 1*^ lCalenT>ar luln 7 a a'5luca'5 a^ 
cuifnx cle alcopa TTlainifrfiec* Lefa-sabaiU 

A 84o lcaL lan. 1111. p., L' [xx.iiii.^] CCnno 'Ooniini TTl.** cccc** 
acx.'*i." romap 05 hUa Rai|illi§ Vhes.— TTlupcab hUa 
Concobuip, iT)on, |xi htla-pail|i, t) eg in bLia-Bain fi. — 
Ruai-fejii, mac CCe'Sa TTlic T)ia|iniaT:a, iT)on, |xi' TTlui§i- 
Lui|is, iT)on,* an pi' nap'T)iulc jie T)aini, na p e T)eopai'5 7 
na|i*eici| nec um ní fiiam, a ej; 1 n-a lonspopr: pein lap 
m-buai'b airpigi. — flicol TTlas bpat^ai^, iT)on, efpuc na 
bíieipne, T^'heg: iT)on, fai a cpaba-o 7 a n-einec. — Coca'fe 
mofi T)*eiíip an blia-Bain fi er:e|i hUa Uuaific 7 TTlac 
'Oonncai'5. hUa Ruaific t)0 nnoL fLuai§ moiji a n-ein 
ina'5, iT)on, ConnaLLai§ o Caf-puai^ co T)ai|ie 7 OCe'5, 
mac piLib TTle^ Ui'bip, co n-a uml 7 bpeipni'§ pein. 
Ocuf a n-T)uL a 'Cip-OiLeLLa T)0*n cupuf fin ^mojian T)o'n 
dji T)0 Lofca'5 Leo 7 CaíaL, mac TTlicT)onncai'5, vo moii- 
ba-^ T)OiB 7 a TX)i§ecT: T)ia n^iB pa buai-S cofcaif. — 
Gogan, mac Ruai-^ixi hUi Concobuiji, iT)on. mac jiig Con- 
nafo, T)e5 in bLi(r5ain fi 1 caifLen Rofa-Comain. — mofi, 

B 8ic ingen bíiiain hUi b|iiain, iT)on, ingen | jxig 'Cua'5-TTlu- 
man, ben baiceji a bupc 7 T)0 bi 'n-a mnai ag 'Ccr^g hUa 
CejiBaiLL, iT)on, an eín ben voV fejip aifne 7 einec, 
ciaLL" 7 c|xaba5 T)o bi a n-6f inn 1 n-a haimfijx pein, a 
hej; an bLia5ain fi f buai-^ Ongéa 7 aicpige 7 ajiaiLe. — 

1420 * CC1TV15- 0/ ^írecA— , B. 

1421. •om., A. ^ bl., A, B. «om., B. 



^^ Hereditary metnber, — One "who 
united in himself the secular and 
eodefliastical sucoessions of the es- 
tablifihment. See 1129, note 4, 
eupra ; Adamnan, p. 335-6. 

l'421. ^Stronghoid,^The Rodc 
of Lough Ke, F. M, 



^ Breifni, — Eilmore. The date 
of Mac Brady*s appointment is 
unlmown. Another of the name 
receiyed the see from Bonif aoe DL 
in 1396 (Ware, p. 228. The Bull 
is not in Theiner.). 

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custodjr of [tbe latter Mac] Waiiain. — Fergus (or Gilla- 
Fergusa) XJa Conghalaigli, a hereditary member^^ of the 
Communitj of Ros-Oirrther and a charitable man, died. — 
Master Matthew XJa Bana[i]n, parson and herenagh of 
Daire-Maelain, died on tbe 6th of tbe Ides [8th] of 
September. — Qeoffrej TJaDairahin died on the 13th of 
the Kalends of July [June 19], and was buried at the left 
corner of the altar of the monasterjr of Lis-gabail. 

Xalends of Jan. on 4th feria, [24th] of the moon, a.d. 
1421. Thomas Ua RaighiUigh junior died. — Murchadh 
TJa Concobuir, namelj, king of TJi-Failghi, died this 
year. — Ruaidhri, son of Aedh Mac Diarmata, namely, king 
of Magh-Luirg, to wit, the king that never refused a 
company [of leamed] or a pilgrim, or disappointed any- 
one regarding any thing, died in his own stronghold^ after 
victory of penance. — Mcholas Mac Bradaigh, namely, 
bishop of the Breif ni,* died ; to wit, one eminent in piety 
and in ho8pitality. — Gbeat war^ arose this year between 
Ua Ruairc and Mac Donnchaidh. Ua Ruairc coUected a 
large host to one place, to wit, the Men of Tir-ConaiU 
from Es-ruadh to Daire and Aedh, gon of PhiUp Mag 
Uidhir, with his muster and the Brefnians themselves. 
And they went into Tir-OileUa on that expedition, and 
much of the country was bumed by them, and Cathal, son 
of Mac Donnchaidh, was slain by them, and they came 
to their houses with triumph of victory. — Eogan, son of 
Buaidhri Ua Conchobuir, namely, the son of the king of 
Connacht,died thisyear in the castle of Ros-Comain. — Mor, 
daughter of Brian Ua Briain, namely, daughter of the king 
of Thomond, wife of "Walter de Burgh, and who had been 
the wife of Tadhg Ua CerbhaiU, to wit, the one woman 



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[1421] 



ríght margln of B, another hand 
WTote, in referenoe to 0*Boarke'8 
raÍBÍng a íoroe in O^Donnell's 



conDtrj: Signum velerit amicicie 
irUer Dominum 0*Iiourke et JDotni' 
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Cofimac Ti a c o 1 1 1 e ÍHas Caíifi€ai§ vo maiiba* le 
clainn Oogain TTles Capixcaig: iT)on, an c-en mac pi§ 
•oob' pepfi einec 7 egnum tm) bi tm) íTlumneacait5 'n-a 
aímfiji pein. 



(A) 

THeic mic CCip.u TTles Ui^ip, 
00 Tnap.ba* m bliccóam yi 
te hCCet 05 TTlas tln5ip, a 
n-lnii^ain Loca-hOip.ne : 
i'Don, Oogan cam 7 Tasíí^ 
piabaé 7 Ruai'ópi bui'óe, 
maiUe p.e moip^feifiup, laeé 
T)ia muinnT;i|i, an la poim 
peil t)p,enainn. 

(TnaiT)m* Tnacaipe-0-nT)a- 
man in bliaóain fi a pag- 
mup, na cno n-im'oa 
pia n-CCet TTleig Ui'óip ap, 
clainn 'Comaip moip. THeis 
Ui-óip,, i'Don, 'Comap occ 7 
pilib, T)U inap,* mapbcró 'Oom- 
nall cappaó, mac CCeóa, a 
fpitguin le Ix)maf 05.*) 



(B) 

Mo ^mo* ap, on jCatlainn 
fi buT) coip, mapbaó clamni 
CCipu Tnhe^ tli'óip, a n- 
Inff-cain Loca-hCpní: i'oon, 
Gogan cam 7 1x105 fiiabac 
7 Ruai'ópi buite, maiUe jxe 
moipfeifiup, laeé T)ia mumn- 
np. I-Don, la px)im peil 
bpenáinn T)0 px)ncró fin. 

TTlai'nm TTlhacaipe-Q-n'OcL 
than an blicróain fi fóf 7 
an 8amp,a'D ce 7 Pog- 
mup, na cnó n-im'óa 
7 apaile. — ^Silla-parpais 
htla hOogam, ppioip. Leafa- 
gabail, mac in oip^nnij 
T)'ap.'bo comamm Hicol finn, 
mac Concobuip, iT)on, mac in 
aip.ciT>eocain, obiic 



lCal. lan.ti. f., [U*u.,*] CCnno'Oomini TTl.^'cccc.^ xx.**ii/* 
©ogan, mac WeiLt 015 hUi Weill, t)o p uaflucu'5 T)'a clainn 
fein 7 va mnai TTlac-hUi-íleiU-bui'be an blicrfiain fi. 

1422. •■abl., A, B. d-d n. t. h., A ; t h., B. 



* Orandsons, — Read sons. For 
thÍB and the added paragraph, see 
the 1419-20 entries appended to 
1419, supra, 

6 Feast—Brenanfu-See 1392,note 
2, supra. 



« 7%owwM.— Denotedbjrhifl sonb- 
riqnet of The Black GiUie 
at 1419. 

1422. ^Liberated, — He was 
captnred the previous year by 
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wlio was of best name and generosity, sense and pietj 
that was in Ireland in her own time, died this year with 
"victorj of XJnctíon and penance, and so forth. — Cormac 
Mag Carthaigh of the "Wood was slain by the sods of 
Eogan Mag Carthaigh : to wit, the one son of a king who 
wasbestiri generosity and prowess thatwas of the Momon- 
ians in his own time. 



11421] 



(B) 
Or, it may be on this year it 
were right [to put] the 8laying 
of the sons of Art Mag TTidhir, 
to wit, Eogan the Crooked and 
Tadhg the Grey and Buaidhri 
the Tawny, along with seven 
warriors of their people. 
Namely, the day before the 
feast of [8t."l Brenann that 
was done. 

The defeat of Machaire-0- 
Damhain [was inflicted] this 
year also, and the hot 
Summer and Harvest 
of numerous nuts [oc- 
curred in it], and so forth, — 
Gilla - Patraig TTa Eogain, 
prior of Lis-gabhail, son of 
the herenagh whose by-name 
was Nicholas the Fair, son of 
Conchobhur, namely, son of 
the Archdeacon, died. 

E^ends of Jan. on 5th feria, [5th of the moon,] a.d. 
1422. Eogan, son oí Niall XJa Neill junior, was liberated^ 
by his own sons and by his wife from Mac-TJi-Neill-buidhe* 



(A) 

The grandsons^ of Art Mag 
Uidhir were slain this year by 
Aedh Mag IJidhir junior in 
InÍB-cain of Loch-Eime : 
namely, Eogan the Crooked 
and Tadhg the Grey and 
Buaidhri the Tawny, along 
with seven warriors of their 
people, the day before the 
feast of [St.] Brenann.^ 

(The defeat of Machaire- 
0-Damain [was inflicted] this 
year in the Harvest of 
the numerous nuts by 
Aedh Mag Uidhir on the sons 
of Thomas^ Mor Mag Uidhir, 
name]y, Thomas junior and 
Philip, where wassldinDom- 
nall Carrach, son of Aedh, in 
[single] enoounter by Thomas 
junior.) 



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Vioeroj), I. M. 



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— hlla Concobutp Coticumpu(r5, iDon, Ru§pai'6e hUa 
Concobuip, X)0 niariba'5 T)'a b|xaiq[iiC pein, iDon, vo clainn 
Pei'5lini€e^ hlli Concobuip, a n-T)OíiUf cairlein na 
T)amca, iT)on, a m-baiLe hUi Concobuiíi pein. — CCn 
Cofnaigi 05 ÍHac OCe-Ba^ain, i'Bon, ollam hUi Con- 
cobuip pail^t jie bpeiremnuf, t)0 ma|i15aft T)'en upCup 
TX)i§T)i le clainn hUi 1Tlail[-8h]ecLainn. — 8Lua| mo|i 
Le hBogan, mac NeiLL 015 hUi íleiLL 7 Leip hUa n-T)om- 
naiLL 7 Le TTlac-hUi-NeiLL-bui'fee 7 fie maiéiB an Coici'5 
o fin amac a ConnacTxxiB. Ocup Caiíippi t>o LofcoS Leo 
T)o*n TíUfiur fin. Ruai'&pig* mofi T)0 íabaifiT: T^'eojan, 
A84d inac Concobuiri, T)oi15 a SLi^ec 7 vo 'ChoijipT)eLbac | cap- 
B 8id fiaC hUa Concobuifi 7 t)0 hUa | Uuaitic. 8eifuji T)0 
mapba-B t)OiB T)o'n T;-fLua§ T)o*n jiuai^ fin. OCn fLua^ 
T)0 T)uL affin a 'Cif-OiLeLLa 7 miLLz^i mopa vo 'Senum 
T)OiB inna. Ocup a mbe[i]€ ai-oci a caipeaL Loca- 
T)ep5a[i]n 7 a vqcz lap f in cpi'5 an m-bp eipne t)0 cct) 
hUi 1Fluai|ic T)ia t^isiC — tTlac TTla§nura TTles Ui'Bifi, 
iT)on, Concobufi, mac 5^LLa-paT)|\ai5, mic TTlaía, mic 
^iLLa-paDpaig, mic TTlasnufa, iT)on, pefi fai'bbep, T)aen- 
accac, a eg in bLia'Sain fi 7 lT)Uf luiLn. 

(lohannef^ T)e pLacea, pamopffimuf Le^if T)ocTX)p, 
obiiT: hoc anno T)ecimo T;epT:iOT)ie menpf TTlaii ez fepuL- 
ruf epc in eccLepa 8ancci T)ominici in bononia^) 

]CaL lan. ui. p., [L' x.ui.',] OCnno T)omini TTl." cccc.*^ 
ocx.° 111."* CaifLen (I€a-fenai5 t>o 'Benum in bLia'feain fi 
Le íliaLL, mac 'CoipfT^eLbaig hUi T)omnaiLL. — 'Coipp- 
T)eLbac, mac WeiLL saipB hUi T)omnaiLL, iT)on, fi 'Cipe- 
ConaiLL, T^'eg in bLia'Bain fi, a m-bepu manai§, lap 

1422. * -lim, B. ' ixuaig. B. ^^84c, f. m., xl t. h., A ; om., B. 

1423. «^bL, A, B. 



' Caislen-7M-damcha. — Castle o/ 
íhatand-banh (bar. of Coroomroe, 
co. GUre). 



^John of Platea.—'BTOÍGBBOT of 
CiTil Law at Bologmi. He wrote 
a Traotate on Feoda (L joxu, 1619) ; 



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this year. — XJa Conoobuirof Corcumruadh, namelj, Rugh- 
raidhe TJa Concobuir, was slain by his own Idnsmen, that 
is, by the sons of Feidhlimidh TJa Concobuir, in the door 
of Caislen-na-Damcha,' that is, in the residence of Ua 
Concobuir himself — T he Defender Mac Aedhagain 
junior, namely, ollam of XJa Concobuir Failghi in juria- 
prudence, was Idlled by one shot of an arrow by the sons 
of XJa Mail[-Sh]echlainn. — ^A large host [was ledj by 
Eogan, son of Niall XJa Neill junior, and by XJa DomnaiU 
andby Mac-XJi-Neill-buidhe and by the nobles of the rest 
of the Province into Connacht And Cairpre was bumed by 
them on that expedition. Great rout was inflicted on them 
in Sligech by Eogan, son of Concobur, and by Toirdelbach 
Carrach XJa Concobuir and by XJa Ruairc. Six of the 
host were slain by them in that rout. The host went 
thence into Tir-Oilella and great destruction was com- 
mitted by them there. And they were a night in the fort 
of Loch-derga[í]n, and went after that through the Breifni, 
by leave of XJa Ruairc, to their houses. — ^Mac Maghnusa 
Mag XJidhir, namely, Concobur, son of Gilla-Patraig, son 
of Matthew, son of Maghnus, to wit, a rich, charitable 
man, died this year on the 7th of the Ides [9th] of July. 

(John of Platea,* a famous Doctor of Law, died this 
year on the 13th day of the month of May, and was buried 
in the church of St Dominic in Bologna.) 

Ealends of Jan. on 6th feria, [16th of the moon,] a.d. 
1423. The castle of Ath-senaigh was built this year by 
Niall, son of Toirdelbach XJa Domnaill. — ^Toirdelbach, son 
of Niall XJa DonmaiU the Rough, namely, king of Tir- 
ConaiU, died^ this year, in the habit of a monk, after 



[1423] 



[1428] 



Commentaries on the Institatefl of 
Jostinian (ib, 1619} ; and on the 
(Theodosian) Code (t^. 1621). 



1423. »Z)íeí/.— In the (Fran- 
cÍBcan) Monasterj of Assaroe, 
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m-buai'5 Otigéa 7 aiítii^. — Sluaga^ mofi 1)0 •5enum leif 
hlla íleill, iDon, 'Oomnallj le heo^an hUa Meill 7 
Leif hlla n-T)omnaiU, i'oon, íli'all 7 Le 5'i^'5eLaiB ULa^ 
apcena cum ^al'l^ Ocuf vo cua-DUfi co LugmcrS an can 
pn 7 appn cum an c-SpaDBaiLe 7 x^ucaDUfi rpoi'o Wn 
T)uLtin '00 ^aLLaiB na THi'Be 7 'oo ^alLaiB mhacaitie 
OipSiaLL 7 an c-SpaDCaiLe 7 D'peix-ínaiT) fii^ 8axan. 
TTlaiT)m mo|\ vo éabaipc Leo afi ghaLLaiB an can fin 7 
•00 mafibaDup in íiiDe|xe do bo cenn cpoDa do ^haLLaiB 
annfin 7 mofian do ^aLLaiB aiLiB maiLLe ppif. Ocuf 
puafiaDUfi ODaLa mo|ia do n TJUfiUf fin 7 do fionaDUji fi€ 
fie 5«l'l^^í5 póf Do'n DuL fin 7 do pa§baDUíi an 8paDbaiLe 
7 ^ctiLL uiLe pa cif 7 pa comtxiCaiB fin amac 7 aiiaiLe. 
— Tíluifif, mac TTlaéa, mic Ofsaifi TTIes Ui'feiti, iDon, 
aip6iDeocain CLocaiji (an** T^-aijiciDeocain mof**) 7 peji- 
fun CCSaiD-Uffaifie 7 tn^ejina CLai'n-inDp 7 Tloffa- 
oififT^ep,^ obiix: 6 jCaLenDaf TTlaii. — TTlas*' [C]paii 'Ceji- 
moinn "OaCeo^ife iDon, TTlapcuf, mac TTluipif TTles 
B 82a [C]íiaií,* D'he^ in bLia'Bain fi 7 | comojtbaDO 'benum D'a 
bfaéaifi 1 n-a ina'5, iDon, do Sheaan iftofi TTlhaj 
[C]ixai€.« 

[b.] ]CaL. lan. uii. p., [L* axcuii.*,] OCnno T)omini TTl.'* cccc.** 
ocx.'* 1111.*» 5iLLa-1fa, mac bpiain TTles 'Ci^efnain, iDon, 
a'Bbufi caifitt^aLLai§-'0un£afta7peíi** einig**DO" '5amaiB 
7 DO '5eof ai-SaiB e, 7* a és pa buai'^ o'n r-f aegaL. — Ri 
hUa-TTlaine, iDon, 'Oonn£a'5, mac TTlaiL[-8h]e6Lainn 
hUi CeaLLaig, do mafba-^ D'en Ufcuf foiSDO, ag eDixaín a 
muinnTnjxe pein ajx a ceiLe. — Coca^ móji ereji TTluinnT:iji- 

1423. iHoifj^, B. ^-[CJrvcrt;, A. ^^t. m., t. h., B; om., A. 

1424. ••bL, A, B. *»-*>pe|v lcm T)'eitiic 7 'o'ticnj^i— a man JuU of 
generotitjf cmd of Tioblenest, B. «-* om., B. 



^ Depuiy.-~JtmQB Batler,Earl of Ormond, 1420-6. 



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viotory of TJnctioii and penance. — A great hostíng was ti*28] 
made by TJa Neill, namelj, Domnall, and by Eogan XJa 
NeiU and by TJa Domnaill, namely Niall, and by tbe 
Qaidhil of [the rest of ] Ulster also against the Foreigners. 
And they went to Lughmadh that time and from that to 
Sradbhaile, and they made an attack on that expedition on 
the Foreigners of Meath and on the Foreigners of the 
Plain of Oirghialla and of Sradbhaile and on the deputy2 
of the king of the Saxons. Great defeat was inflicted by 
themon the Foreigners that time, and they slew the knight 
wbo was the head of fighting for the Foreigners then and 
many more of the Foreigners along with him. And they 
got chattels numerons on that expedition, and made peace 
with the Foreigners likewise on that occasion, and left 
Sradbhaile and all the Foreigners under tribute and 
nnder covenants thenceforth, and so on.~Maurice, son of 
Matthew, son of Osgar Mag XJidhir, namely, archdeacon 
of Clochar (the great Archdeacon) and parson 
of Achad-urchaire and lord of Clain-inis and Ros-oirrther, 
died on the 6th of the Xalends of May [April 26]. — Mag 
Craith of the Termon of [St.] Dabheog, namely, Marcus, 
son of Maurice Mag Craith, died this year, and his brother, 
namely, John Mor Mag Craith, was made Superior in 
his stead. 

Xalends of Jan. on 7th fería, [27th of the moon,] a.d. [1424 B.] 
1424. GKUa-Isa, son cf Brian Mag Tigernain, namely, 
one who was to be chief of Tellach-Dunchadha and a man 
of generosity to [learned] companies and to pilgrims [was] 
he, died with^ victory over^ the world. — The king of Ui- 
Maine, namely, Donnchadh, son of Mail[-Sh]echlainn XJa 
Geallaigh, was hiUed by one shot of an arrow in separating 

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Huaific a n-T)iai§ CCe-Ba bui'fie hUi Huaiiic : \vou, 'Ca^g, 
mac 1:115811110111 hlli RuanicT)OT)enuni fi'Ba f\e fnuinncifi- 
Rai^lli§, iDon, f\e heogan, mac 8eaain hlli Tlai§illi| 
7 11151 na bpeipie t>o 'Chafeg co himflan. — niaiL[-8h]- 
eclainn niac Caba, iT)on, Confabla in T>a bfieipne 7 
pefi-íTlanac 7 Oif\5iaU, T^'heg in bliaftain fi T)on plai'5. 
A86a Ocuf i^el a5|bul, líiojx ó T)'aef eala'Ban ©penn. — 
^illa-Cfiirc hUa pefwroais (iT)on,** mac in ce|iT)a*) obnc. — 
ílflael-paT)ivai5 hUa hCoHain, iT)on, mac 1 n TTl ai § 1 f - 
c 1 fi TH 1 fi, iT)on, niaía, mac Concobuiji hUi heogain, 
obiic. 

]CaL lan. 11. p, [U* ix.*,] CCnno TDomini TTl.** cccc'* acx.** u."* 
CCn TTloticimeii vo éecc a n-ejiinn an bliofeain fi : iT)on, 
lafila TTlaipp 7 mofian t)0 8haxanacaiB t)0 éecT; leif. 
Ocuf if ag an lafla fin vo bí coimeT) jii^ 8axan 7 
Ufiífioif na pjiaíncci^ 7 na n-5all Opennac uile. Uai|i 
if *n-a leanm f pa^oB ]ii 8axan 7 if a^ lajila TTlaif f 1 
T)0 bí a cofnum^ 7 a coiméT).^ 'Cansaoujx T)ino mofan 
T>o maiéiB efenn co zec in lafla fin 7 cangaDUf ua5a 
pa aenca 7 pa onoif moijx. T)o cuaoufi imoffo maiui 
in 00101* Ullcais co cec in lapla fin: iT)on, hUa Neill 
7 eogan hUaNeill7 Neccain hUaT)omnaill 7 TTlac-hUi- 
MeiU-bui'oe, iT)on, bfiian baUac. Ocuf t>o cuai-B TTlac 
UiBilín^ ann af let leif pein. CCfi n-T)enum a n- 
uífigiUfifin lapla, t>o eg in c-lapla T>o'n plai'o ni if 
luaiíi ina fansaDUjx fan afa nH'oe. goiU na TTH'5e 

1424. d^=l392b. 

1425. * -iij:;ci, B. ^c- (a was talcen to be the poss., not the art.)i B. 
»tliéi-,A. •^bl.,A,B. 



^ fTaa^tvm— Whenbislcinsman | * Learned folk, — For the idíom, 

Art 0'Roarke, was foroed to sub- 1 see 1415, note 3, supra, ^ r 

mit, after a stmggle of foar jeara' 1 * (7rea tlfairter. —Mentioned 138$; 

dnration, F. Jf, ' ob. 1893, supra. 



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hw people from each other. — Great war [arose] betweea [1424] 
the Muinter-B.aairc themselves, after [the death of] Aedh 
Ua Ruairc the Tawiiy : to wit, Tadhg, son of Tighernan 
TJa Euairc, made peace with the Muinter-Baighilligh; 
namely, with Eogan, son of John XJa Raighilligh, and the 
fcingship of the Breifni [was given^] to Tadhg in its 
entirety. — Mael Shechlainn Mac Caba, namely, Con- 
stable of the two Breifni and of Fir-Manach and of the 
Oirgialla, died this year of tbe plague. And protentous, 
serioiis news [was] it to the leamed folk* of Ireland. — 
QiUa-Crisd Ua Feradaigh (namely, son of the Wright) 
died, — ^Mael-Padraig Ua hEogain, namely, son of T h e 
Great Master,^ that is, [of] Matthew, son of Con- 
chobur Ua hEogain, died. 

Ealeuds of Jan. on 2nd feria, [9th of the moon,] a.d. [1i2/>] 
1425. The Mortimer camé to Ireland this year : namely, 
the Earl of March and many of the Saxons came with 
him. And it is that EarP had the guardiaoship of the 
king of the Saxons and of the greater part of France^ and 
of all the Foreigners óf Ireland. For the fcing^ of the 
Saxons was left a child, and it is the Earl of March that , 

had his^ protection and his guardianship. Now, there went 
many of the magnates of Ireland to the house of that Earl 
and came therefrom in great concord and honour. More- 
over, the magnates of the Ulster Province went to the house 
of that Earl : namely, Ua NeiU and Éogan Ua NeiU and 
Neohtain Ua DomnaiU and Mac-Ui-NeiU-buidhe, that is, 
Brian the Frecklecl. And Mac Uibhilin went thera apart 
from the rest, by himself. On the completion of their 
compact with the Earl, the Earl died of the plague before 



1425. 1^/— ?y-ance.— Theeetwo 
ttatementii, it is scaroelj neoessarx 
te obflerve, are withont íoiindation. 



See Gilbert, V%ceroys, p. 319. 
'• Hin. — Licerallj, the, 
s.^in^.— Henry VI. 

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98 íJCMMala UlCCDll. 

7 Saxanoig th) lenmuin na n-^cti'feel fin 7 n-sabail uile 
7 THxine mayh eile 'o'a n-oijiecTxiiB afiaen jiíu.* hUa 
Weill 7 T11ac-hUi-Meill-bui'5e 7 íTlac Uibilin -00 'Bulpa 
bjieié Jall 7 a lésan amaa InnlaC im'5a 7 aimlera 
mofia "00 bfieié ap eogan 7 ap mac hUi T)omnaill 7 
a conjbail a laim cfiiT) fin. Ocuf T)ob' ccDbufi 00501*5 
moiji a Coice'5 ULo'^ uile na gaBala fin. — tluai^pi jiua* 
hUa hUi^inn T^'heg in** blio^ain fi**: iT)on, fai pijx T)ána. 

B 52b — I 'Ca'55 hUa pallamain, iT)on, caifefi Clainni-hUaT)a£, 
T)o majibaft a pell 'n-a caiflen pein le mac T)efibf aéafi 
a aíajx pein. — Jof mlaié, injen T)omnaill hUi Con- 
fobuif, iT)on, ben d§ef nain hUi Ruaifc, iT)on, in** ben 
voV Fejif T)elb 7 aicne T)'a pne pein,** T^'heg t^o** Baf 
ai€f léi** in blia'^ain fi'. — ^Doinenn mof 'f^^ blia'^ain fi 
7 a beié ann o 8amain co bellcaine, co TOfaing* áfi 
mo[i af buaiB 7 t)i€ qieb€a afi Cf inn uile 7 t)i6 T)aine. 
— TriuifeT)a£ 8T)i!)apT), iT)on, pjiinnfa na hCClban, t)0 
iíiilliu'5 7 a mac, iT)on, Ualcaf 7 a mac eile 7 íHof maefi 
teamna t)0 milliu'^ a pell lé fi§ CClban. Ocuf 8emuf 
8T)il)afT) T)'ínnafba'5 a n-efinn. — ^bfiian (iT)on,* bpian 
. ballac*) íiriac-hUi-'Neill-bui'5e, iT)on, in z-ex) mac fii| 

A86b -oob' pefifieinefi 7 ai€ne afi | 506 uile 0010*501^ T)'a 
cluine5*, a mafiba'^ in blio'^ain fi a pealL a Cafifiaig- 
phefgufxi le baélacaiB anuaifLi[b]' na Caifigi pein. 
Ocuf 8eaan, mac enfu hUi NeiLL, t)0 mafiba'5 af\ in 
Lafiaifi cetjna a po^aifi ÍTlic-hUi-UeiLL (Mo', 5uma'5 afi an 
m-bLia-^ain fo c-f uaf bu-^ £oifi bfiian baLLac t)o beié.»). — 

1425. *|\ti, B. '-ecró, B. <cm, B. »»-*om., B. « iT)on, fcn fnncn gcm 
tnfvef bcnx), — nanul^f an exeeUent woman without defect — ad., B. f ccnnig — 
came, B. •^ rr:l884«^. ' -do nniinncifi--o/' the people—tA,^ B. f*f tíSa, 
f. m., t. b., A. ; om.. B. 



» Ca#</<. — Probably, Miltown, i ^ BroughU^lÁtenlXj, ére%o, 
bar. of Athlone, 00, Boaoommon. | ^Stewart, — For hia detoent and 



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they went from out Meath. The Foreigners of Meath [I4í5] 
and Saxons foUowed those Gaídhíl and the latter were all 
taken prisoners, and other worthj persons of theír septs 
along with them. TJa Neill and Mac-Ci-Neill-buídhe 
and Mao Uibilin submitted to the award of the Foreigners 
and were liberated. Many machinations and many eviU 
were charged against Eogan and against the son of TJa 
Domnaill, and they were kept in custodj Ihrough that. 
And a cause of great war in the wholé of the Province of 
Ulster were those captures. — Buaidhri Ua hUiginn the 
Red, namely, an excellent poetj diéd tbis year. — Tadhg 
Ua Fallamain, namely, chief of the Clann-hUadach, was 
killed in treachery in his own castle' by the son of the 
brother of his own father. — Gormlaith, daughter of Dom- 
nall Ua Conchubuir, namely , wife ttf Tighernan Ua Buairc, 
that is, the woman that was of best form and f &me of her 
own sept, died a death of pfenance this year. — Great in- 
clemency in this year and it lasted from November Day 
to May Daj, so that it brought^ great destruction on cattle 
and loss of tillage and loss of people on the whole of 
Ireland. — Muiredach Stewart,^ namely, prince of Scotland, 
was cut off and his bótíí namely, Walter and his other son 
and the Gréat Stéward of Leven were cut off in treacherj 
by the king® of Scotland. And James Stewart.was ex- 
pelled^ into Ireland. — Brian (namely, Brian the Freclded) 
Mac-Ui-Neill-buidhe, namely, the one son of a king that 
was best in hospitalíty and in knowledge of eyery science 
that was heard of, was slain this year in treachery in 
Carraic-Ferghusa by ignoble servitors of the Ilock® itself. 
And John, son of Henry Ua Neill was slain on the same 
spot along with Mac-Ui-NeiU (Or, it may be that it is on 



daim to the Scottish throne, see 
0*Flaherty, Ogyy%a, p. 600. 



7 



ExptlUd, — He died in exile in 
1429, F. M. 
^RoeJe, — Namely, CarrícM (ferguB.) 
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100 ccMNaixc ulcroli. 

maéa hlla leanna[i]n, i'oon,** canana£ w tSi o br-sabail 
1 Rof-oifiriéiti, obiic 3^ lcalen-oar nflaii.*^— eo^an hUa 
•Diapmarja, faeji cananafi lera-gabail, obiii: lT)[ib]tjr 
lanuaíiii- 

lCal. lan. iii. p., [t* acx.%] ffnno •Oomini m.'cccc* acx.* 
tii.r pei-blim^i-b], mac muiticefiTOig hUi Concobuiíi, 
T)'he5 in blia'Bain fi.— hUa Concobuijx tiua* 'o'heg in 
blia*ain fi : iT)on, 'CoirjiT^elbac, mac CCe'5a, mic phei'5- 
limíe^ hUi ConCobuiíi: cocíoifi 7 cofancaf Conna& é 
ati congleaSaiB 7 aji caÉtiuosaii;'* 7** ap aiíne 7 ap eoluf ; 
a és pa buai-B aiÉfiise. 

(A) (B) 

Concobufi hUa bfiiain Concobufi hUa bfiioin 

(iT)on,* mac ma[t5ain]na, v*he^ in blia*ain fi, iT)on, p,i 

mic [mtiifi]éetira[i§, mic] T^tia^mtiman ; iT)on, Con- 

T:^hoififi'óel[bai$,mic]T:^hait5, cobtiti, mac moégamna, mic 

[mic Con]6ubain n[a] 6ib- mtiiíiceticaij, mic ThoifVfi- 

T) a[i n e] [h]Ui Ohfiiain*) o'e^ -óelbaig, mic t^aitg, mic 

in blia'óain fi, tii T^uaó-mti- Conétibaifi na 8iiiT)aine 

man. Octir 'Catg, mac hUi biiiain. Octif Txróg 

btiiam hUi Ofiiain, T)o ^11^016 [«<c., as in A.] 
'n-a inot». 

mac maésamna bo'Bu|i,iT)on, f 1 Cof co-baifcinn*, iT>on, 
T:oiffT)elba6, T^omajiba* 7 T)0 lofca'fi le n-a* btiaíaii^ 
fein afsfeif 01*501 .-Mlíoncobuii cfom, mac 'Caiíg hUi 
Ruaific, T)'he5.— tluai'Sfii, mac CCe*a mesCCengufa, vo 
mapba-5 'n-a ri§ pein a peall t)0 bfian mai; ttensufa. 
— enpi mac-hUi-í4eill-bui'5e T)o '^alla* le clainn mic- 
hUi-Neill-buiíe.— hUa T)uib5eanna[i]n' CiUe-Ronam 
T^'heg: iT)on, pilib hUa •Ouibgeanna^iln.— bpian, mac 

1426. ^ om., A. 

1426. »-tini, B. «-y^nn, A. •■•bl., A, B. ^ cat\xipilaiib—hattU' 
feats^ B. "om., B. ^^t, m. (parts within [ ] were on outawaj m.), t. 
h., ( A) MS. • om., A ' The sequenoe in B ifl : hUa 'O.— SiUa-'C— 
Txr&s— bjvion— ttiaa. 



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thi8 [next] year above it were riglit [for] the slajring of 
Brian tlie Freckled to be). — Matthew TJa Leanna^i^n, 
namelj^ a Canon of Lis-gabail that was in Ros-oirthir, 
died on the 3rd of the Xalends of May [Ap. 29]. — Eogan 
TJa Diarroata, wríght [and] Canon of Lis-gabail^ died on 
the Ides [13th] of Jannarv. 

Ealends of Jan. on 3rd feria, [20th of the moon,] a.d. 
1426. Feidhlim[idh], son of Muircertach TJa ConcobuiiS 
died this vear. — TJa Concobuir the Red died this year : 
namely, Toirdelbach, son of Aedh, son of Feidhlimidh 
TJa Conchobuir : the warrior and protector of Connacht 
[was] he for eombats and for battle-routs and [famed] for 
reputation and for knowledge. His death [took place] 
with victory of penance. 



[1426] 



Conoobur TJa Briain died 
this year, namely, king of 
Thomond ; that is, Ooncobur, 
son of Mathgamain, son of 
Muircertaoh, son of Toirdhel- 
bacb, son of Conchobhar TJa 
Briain ofthe Siudain. 
And Tadhg (eto., as in A.). 
made king in his stead. 

Mac Mathgamni^ the Deaf, namely, king of Corco- 
BaÍBCinn, that is, Toirdelbach, was killed and burned by 
hÍB own kinsman on a night incursion.-^ Concobur the 
Stooped, son of Tadhg TJa Ruairo, died. — Ruaidhri, son of 
Aedh Mag Aenghnsa, was killed in his own hou6e in 



(A) 
Concobur TJa Briain (ni^me- 
ly, sonof Mathgamain, son of 
Muircertach, son of Toirdhel- 
baoh, son of Tadhg, son of Con- 
chubhar TJa Briain of the 
Siudain^) diedtbÍByearking 
of Thomond. And Tadhg, 
son of Brían TJa BriaÍD^ was 



[14261 



* Qf— <ra«. — literallj, that wat 
from Lis-gabail (belonged thereto 
and was sent to serve in Roe- 
orrj). 

U26. ^ Ua Coneobuir. ^O'Conov 
Sligo. 



*0/ the 5iWaí»i.— The soubri- 
quet aroee from tbe fact that the 
battle in which Gonor O'Brien fell 
([1268], 8upra) was fought at the 
wood of Siudain (par. of Druia- 
creehy, oo. Glare). 



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102 



ccMMCclcc ulcroti. 



T^i'fes hUi eogain, it)oii, mac in OippT)fel, [obnT;] 5 
]CalenT)af Mouembpir. — ^tuci'a, in^en íTlic TDonna^ain, 
T^'eg. — 5^lla-'Ci§ef\nai| htla pial(D[[i]p T^'he^ ]CalenT>if 
fHaficii. — Txrfis 05 ÍTlac 5^lli-pinnein 7 a mac (it)Oii^ 
OCe*') vo mafiba* 'n-a ci§ pein le hCCtiT;, mQC eoggin 
htla Meill, 15 ]CaleT)T)af lanuafin. 



B 83o K«^ lci"- ^^^^' P» l^" ^M CCnno T)omini ÍTI.** cccc.** xx.° 
U11." ^iUebefic hUa pianna]5a[i]n, ci|eftna aii T^pian 
'Cuaiéi-Raéa, pefi clumafi, T)ei§befac, T^'he^ in bliaftain 
fi.^-Caiflen eDain-T^aifie^ i^ n-[ll]íb-pail5e T)0 bfiife'5 
le 5«l'l'íí^l> in bliat>ain fi.— ínupca'5, mac 'CoippT)elbai§ 
hUi bftiain, T)o maftba'o a peall v'a T^efibfurcaifi p ein. — 
T)iapmaic hUa fHaésanina, iT)on, f\í an phuinT)-1afi€a- 
fiai|, iT)on, fai T)ei|éiní§ nafi'eiTJig nec ftigm, a ej; an 
blia'fiain fi pa buai-B aiítiií;i. — Cofmac ag tTlacT)iaf\- 

A860 mara T)*he5 in' bliaíam fi*. — | Una, injen CCe^a tne§ 
Ui'5iii, iT)on,beaT) ht|i fluaific, iT)on, Cai'Bs — iT)on, an ben 
T)ob' pepfi eineac 7 cpaba'5 7' T^ejic* t)0 bi i^ T)-1cTnjfi 
ConnaÉT; 1 n-a haimf ifi pei n — a heg lafi m-buoi'fi aiéfii^e*. 
— OCine, ingen Cofimuic hlli bipn, iT)on, ben íTles ^^- 
naill, iT)on, r-8hepfpai§, T^'he^ in blia'oain fi.— LoafiT) 
Jpai'Be T)o €ecc a n-efvinn 7 tTlac ÍTInftca'Ba, iT)on, fii 
Lai|en, T)o éabaiftc leif a 8(xxanail5 T)'a puafluga'B. — 
pepéal ÍTIac Ci^efina^i^n T^'heg in blia'Bain pi : a'Bbup 
caifi§ Cellail-TDuncafta. — bfiian, mac pefgail TTles 
8amfia5ain, iT)on, mac raifig Cellaig-eaéac, iT)on, fai 



1426. »-»=1383»»-^ 
U27. ia,A. 2-^, A. 



•*bl., A, B. ^ eDain, A. ^^ om., B. 



« MaC' Ui-NeiU-bmdhe, — Henry 
ihe Freckled(wbodiedinl426),F. J/. 

* OficiaL—'Díeá 1431, tn/ra. 

1427. ^Toirdelbaeh.—VÍGáUOO, 
tvpra. 



'» Fonn - iartharach. — TFefíern 
slope ; tbe oountrj of 0*Mabony 
in Garberj, co. Coric. 

^* Lower» — ThatÍB, Nortbem Con- 
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treacherj by Brían Mag Aenghusa. — ^Henry Mao-TJí- [14261 
NeiU-buidhe was blínded by the sons of Mac-TJi-Neill' 
buidhe.' — TJa Duibgenna[i]n of Cell-Bonaíndied: namelf, 
Philip Ua Duibgenna[i]n. — ^Brian, son of Tadhg TJa 
Eogain, namel^^ son of the Official,^ [died] on the 5th of 
the Xalends of Novembsr [Oct. 28]. — Lucy, danghter of 
Mac Donnagain, died. — GiUa-Tighemaigh TJa Fiala[i]n 
died on the Kalends [Ist] of March. — Tadhg Mac Gilla- 
Finnein junior and his son (namely, Aedh) were killed 
in his own honse by Art, son of Eogan TJa NeiU, on the 
15th of the Xalends of Jannary [Dec. 18]. 

£alends of Jan. on 4th fería, [Ist of the moon J a.d, [U27j 
1427. Gilbert TJa Flannaga[i]n, lord over the third of 
Tuath-ratha, a reputable, well-mannered man, died this 
year. — The castle of Edan-daire in Offaly was broken 
down by Foreigners this year. — ^Murchadh, son of Toir- 
delbach ' TJa Briain, was killed in treachery by his own 
brother. — Diarmait TJa Mathgamna, king of the Fonn- 
iartharach^% namely, one eminentfor excellenthospitality, 
that reíused not ^ybody eyer, died this year with victory 
of penance. — Cormao Mac Diarmata junior died this 
year. — TJna, daughter of Aedh Mag TJidhir, namely, wife 
of TJa BuaÍFC, that is, of Tadhg : to wit, the woman who 
was best in hospitaUty and piety and charíty that was in 
Lower* Connacht in her own time, died af ter victory of 
penance. — ^Aine, daughter of Cormao TJa Birn, namely, 
wife of Mag EaghnaiU, that is, of Geoffrey, died this 
year. — ^Lord GTey* came to Ireland and Mac Murchadha, 
namely, king of Leinster, was brought with him from 
Saxon-land to be Uberated.* — Fergal Mac Tigherna[i]n 
died this year : one who was to be chief of Tellaoh-Dun- 



I Gfrcy._Viceroy, 1427 (Ang. 1)- 1 * Liberated,—See the aooount of 
28. 1 hin captiiTe under U19, stq^ra. 



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ccNNccla uloroti. 



•DaennaccaS, T)ei§eiiii|, 'oTies in blia*ain fi pa baai* 
ai€pi§i. — SitSan, ingen in efpuic TTIic CaÉrhail, ben 
THuifiif, i'oon, in CCnici'oeoÉain fhoiii, fnheg 
Ui'Bi}\, obiic 13 ICalenTHif pebjiuaiiii ; no£* 15 a paiB 
cec-ai'Be** ic* Clain-imr 7 1* Rof-oi|i|ici|i* fie fe 
bliaína* ve^ 7 "oa picic co nof mufi, T)aenacT:ac, T)ef cec. — 
bfian hUa T)aimín, rxiifec r)hife-CennpaT)a, obiic 8 
lT>uf laiiuafn. — CaiTjepfina, iT^on^in^en CCfiT^^ail íHhej 
TTIaé^aninaí ben hUi Meill, iT)on, ©ojain, mic Ueill 015 
hUi NeilU T)'he5 in' blia'5ain fi' inNoin luin. 

[b.] \cáL lan. u. p. [V x.11.',] CCnno "Oomini ÍH.* cccc.* acx.» 
U111.* Coiftofiba CaíUín v'he^ in blia-Bain fi: iT)on, 
RoibefT), comofiba. — TTlac Conmafia T^Tieg in blia'fiain 
fi : iT>on, TOifec Clainni-Cuilein ; iT)on^ fai T)efiíec» 
T^ei^eini^**; iT>on, mac Con Tílic Conmafia. Ocuf if ein 
mac Con fin ruc fo§ 7 fi6 a Clainn-Cuile[i]n aji ruf 
7 T>o coifc flaT)ai|ecT: 7 T)fioc íuingill 'n-a •feuCai'B 7 
afaile. — OCe*,mac pilib TTIhe^ Ui-bip,T)0'BulT)*aoiliéfi 

B 82d co caram 8an 8em, iT)on, mac Uf pi| T)ob' pepjx einefi | 
1 n-a aimfif pein 7 if mo aT)ubfia* a n-Gfiinn. Ocuf* a 
05 11) blio^ain fi ofi n-glana'B a peca* a caíaifi 8an 
8emi Ocuf an aiT)€e^ rainis a n-6jiinn |X)*€ifi*, a ega 
Cinn-T:faile*, pa* Buai'B n-ai€fii|e*, 3 lT)Uf CCusufCi. Ocuf 
'Comaf 05, mac TTIe^ Ui-Bip, t>o bi fíaftif, T>'a bfieié affin 
co Cofi£ái§' 7 a aT)luca6 leif® innrn*. — Cofimqc hUaOifin, 

' 1827. •^ neoó aj; a |\ai5e ceaé n-aiwó, B. *^ ijfiTl-, B. » -ai6, B. 
* a-M.B. 

1428. 'oiT>éi, B. "1:0, B. ^-gi, B. *-*bl., A, B. w»om., B. «=b.b. 
d^before a n-6i\inn, B: •m oit)Ói fin— íAo/ night — ad., B. ' fnuman 
—qf Munster—9A,, B. «le Txmiaf 05— éy ThamuBjunior^tA,, B. 



' Mac CathmhatL^'FTom the age 
oí the deceaMd there can be little 
doabttheMacCawell inteoded was 
Briaa (ob. [1358] supra)^ not Art 
(ob. 1432, in/ra). ' 



1428. '5ttfcex«)r,rtc.— See[1377], 
note, 4, 8upra» 

* CityofSt. </ai}.'e#.'-Compo6tdla. 
See JamesoD, Sacred <xnd Le^endar^ 
^rtf p. 233 sq. 



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chadha. — ^Brían, son of Fergal Mag Samradhain, nameljr, [U27] 
8on of the chief of Tellach-Eathach, emínent ín charity 
and good hospitalitj, died this year with victorj of pen- 
ance. — Joan, daughter of the bishop Mac Cathmhail,*^ wife 
of Maurice Mag TJidhir, that is, ofthe great Aroh- 
deacon, died on the I3th of the Ealends of February 
[Jan. 20] ; one that maintaioed a guest-hoiiBe at Olaen- 
inis and at Ros-oirther for six and fifty year8 reputably, 
humanely [and] chariíably. — Brian TJa Daimin, chief of 
Tir-Cenufhada, died on the 8th of the Ides [6th] of 
January. — Catherine, daugliter of Ardghal Mag Math- 
ganma» wife of TJa Neill, namely, of Eogan, son of Niall 
Ca NeiU junÍQr, 4^^ th^ís year ou the Nones [oth] of 
June. 

Ealends of Jan. on 6th feria, [12th of the moon,] a.d. [142S B] 
1428. The successor^ of [St] Caellin died this year ; 
Damely, Robert, the abbot. — Mac Conniara died this year : 
iiamely, chief of the Clann-Cuilein ; to wit, one eminent 
in cbarity and excellent hospitality : that is, the son of 
Cu Mac Conmara. And it is that son of Cu who first 
bronght happiness and peace into Clann-Cuileiu and re- 
pressed rapine and evil compact in his territory and so 
on.— Aedh, son of Philip Mag TTidhir, went on his pilgri- 
mage to the .GÍty of St James ;^ to wit, the son of a 
8ub-king that was best of hospitality in his own time and 
that Wds most spoken of in Ireland, And he died this 
year after cleansing of his sins in the city of St. James. 
And the night that he came to land iu Ireland, he died in 
Einsale,' with victory of penance, on the 3rd of the Ides 
[llth] of August -ánd Thomas junior, son of [the] Mag 
TJidhir, who was alopg with him, carried him thence to Cork 
and he was buried by him thera — Cormac Ua Bim, 



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106 ccMMoitcc uioron. 

iT)on, Tjoifec T^ifie-biiiuin, v^he^ in blia'feain p^. — OCe* 
05 fHhas lli'5i|i 7)0 majxbaft le clainn T)onn6a*a 
* ballaig íHes Shamjia'Bain a rn§ ÍTlic Jilli-pinnein in** 
blia^ain fi^ 

]Cal. lan. uii. p., [U' axciii.*,] CCnno T)oTnini TH.*' cccc." 
xx." IX.'' hUa pianna5a[i]n 'Cuaiéi-Rafea, iT)on, ^illa-lru» 
"Bo mafiba^ in blia'Bain fi le clainn CCe'5a ÍTles Ui'Biíi *n-a 
ri§ pein, ap speif ai'Bce. — Coca* mojx t) eijigi* in blioBain 
fi ereji hlla Ruaitic, iT)on, TxrBs 7 ht)a ílai§illi§, iT)on, 
eogan'. Ocuf clann ÍPaéEaTnna hUi ílai§illai| 7 
^aill na THi'Be T)'eip5i a n-a§ai'5 hUi Rai§illi| 7 baile 
^ ^ hlli Ra|iéillié T)o lofca* leo. hUa Rai|illié^ vo íabaiin; 
hUi Meill Cuige 7 Oipgiall' 7 phefi-íTlanac. Ocuf a 
caepxii'BecT: t)0* ^luafacc* t)o Leif hUa Meill 7 leifna 
maiéiB fin co hCCcai'B-cille»nioife. hUa Ruaiiic 7 
clann íílaésamna 7 bafiunT^ealBna^ ÍTlac CabaT)o éecc 
fLua^mof, cucu* afi CC£ai'5-ciLLe-moiiie. CCn va fLuag 
vo "BuL a coinne a CeiLe ajx in OCfai'B fin. hUa UeiLL 7 
a cLann 7 a ^aLLosLaiS 7 p|i-111haTia6 7 hUa ílaigiLLig 
7 a bjiaiétii t)0 'duL cuca annfin co fona, fenatíiaiL 7 
maiT)m CCfiai'B-ciLLe-moiiie vo éabaifc o|ifa. Ocuf 
bafiun T)eLBna t)0 |abaiL cmn 7 ÍTlac Capa 7 eniii TTlac 
Capa7 T)iafimaiT) hUa Ruaipc 7 T)aine aiLi na£ aip- 
miTOp f unn t)0 gabaiL 7 t)0 mapbo'B ann. hUa WeiLL 
7 na maiíi fin t)0 €oi§ecc co cofsutvaÉ T)ia cigiB T)o'n 
cuf uf fin. — ^Donncaft TTlac S^LLe-phmnein obnf ppiT^ie 
]CaLenT)af *Oecimbpif'. 

1828. »»•»» om., A. 

1429. 'Rcté-, A. «-lla, A. « -a, B. •^bL, A, B. »»om.,A. «htla 
HaiéiUié, ad., B. «*•<» repeated, B. •^•o'hej; in bliffóain f^—died ihis 
yeaí\ B 



1429. ^ Achadh • ciUe • moire, — 1 Idlmore, bar. of GloiimahoD, oo. 
Field of the great church (Augba- I Cavan). 



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nameljr, chief of Tir-BriuÍD, died this year. — Aedh Mag [1428] 
Uidhir juDÍor was slain bj the sons of Donchadh Mag 
Samradhain the Freclded in the house of Mac Gilla- 
Finnein this year. 

Xalends of Jan. on 7th feria, [23rd of the moon,] a.d. [1429] 
1429. TJa Flannaga[i]n of Tuath-ratha, namely, Gilla- 
Isu, was slain this vedr by the sons of Aedh Mag TJidhir in 
his own house, on a night iocursíon. — Great war arose this 
year between TJa Euairc, namely, Tadhg and TTa Raigbil- 
laigh, namely, Eogan. And the sons of Mathgamain Ua 
Haighilligh and the Foreígners of Meath arose against 
TJa Raighilligh ^nd the town of TJa EaighiUigh was 
bumed by them. TJa Eaighilligh brought TJa Neill to 
him and the OirgíaUa and Fir-Manach. And their pre- 
datory band p^oceeded for him with TJa NeiU and with 
those magnates to Achadh-ciUe-moire^ TJa Euairc and 
the sons of Mathgamaiu' ^nd the Baron of Delvin and 
Mac Caba came, [with] a large host, [in opposition] to 
tbem 6n Achaiih-ciUe-moire. The two hosts went against 
each other on that Field. TJa NeiU and his sons and his 
gallowglasses and the Fir-Manach and TJa Baighilligh 
and his kinsmen advanced to them then courageou8ly> 
pro8perou8ly and the defeat of Aohadh-ciUe-moire was 
inflicted on them [i.e. the enemy]. And the Baron of 
Delvin was taken prisoner there and Mac Caba and Henry 
Mac Caba and Diarmaid TJa Ruairc and other persons 
that are not reckoned here were [either] captured or* 
slain there. TJa JNeiU and those magnates went triumph- 
antly to their homes on that occasion. — Donnchadh Mac 
GiUe-Finnein died on the 2nd of the Kalends of December 
[Nov. 30]. 

* Mathgammn,—0*Rmily. | stance in the A, L, C, at H20. 

« Or.— Literallj, and, I ' Poul, etc—ThÍB obit I have not 

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ocNíiocla: ulcroti. 



(hoc' anno nocijr efc, m pefiTnjii, hO "Ohomnaill, jií 
'Chipe-Conaill, i-oonjOCe* pua5, mac Meill, niic T^^ifift- 
•Dealbaig, mic Neill gaifiB hUi T)homnaill'.— pol', mac 
Silla-na-naem, mic Silla-Caba hlli Cairi'oe, iwn, liaig 
clumafi, a€arac vo Bi§ ag ConCuCati jiua* fllhas tliT>i[i 
7 «5 tlusfiai'Be íHhas íTlhaégaTÍina gu honojiaC, iiifíiia- 
"BaS 7 peafi f uBalTxiC, f uaific, "01107; an blia'feain, fcilicex:, 
1429 anno T)omini'.) 

]CaL lan. 1. p., [U* iiii.*,] CCnno T>oniini m.''cccc.** xxx." 
8Lua§ moji le hCosan, mac Neill 015 hlli Meill, co 
^allaiC ÍHaCaifie OifisialL Rct' haipse* imotifio 7 tio 
B 83a lom\paB 7 fio loifce* SíJiUotcc TTlaíaiii[i] Oijisiall 
leip 7 jio loifc an SjiaDBaile t)o n cufUf fin. Ocuf 
fo tíasaiB in 8íiaT)Baile po £if co humail •00 7 Txnms 
fein T)ia €15 co m-buai* cofgaif 7 aj^aile.— 8lua| mofi 
la eojan cecna, mac Weill 015, co maiéiB an Coici^ 
uime 'fa n-CCn|aile 7 a T)ola guf an SenlonspofT; 7 a 
€oi|ecc laf fin co Caill-falai§^ 7 a m-bei6 fealao ann 
1 n-a coThnai|i* 7 t)0 fuai'B co PjieTÍiainn TTli'De. tlo bai 
imoffo com'fiail mof asS^i'ftelaiB' in *Oeifce[i]fc, iT>on, 
hlla Concobaif phailgi, iT)on, in Calbafi 7 hUa TTIail- 
Thuai-B 7 hlla TTlaT^o^ain 7 TTIa^g eoCasain 7 hUa TTlail- 
[-8h]e£lainn, a coinne an Bosain fin. Ocuf TOnsaDUjx 
fin uile co ppemainn t)o |aCail cuaf ufcail an eogain 
fin. Ocuf T>o loifge'B lafiaf TTli'Be uile leifna flua- 
§aiB fin pa Cill-bhifgi'B. 'Cainig T)ono bafun TDeltSna 
7 piuin^ceT^aig 7 Oipibejicaig 7 ^oill laféaif ITli'Be co* 

1429. <-<85o, 1. m., t. b., A ; om., B. «-fdód, t. m., n. t.h., A ; om., B. 

1430. '^Ur-,A. «-foe, B. »^i-, R *5U, B. «^bL, A, B. ^7, 
pref. (lumeoessarílj, tbe nexua being expressed bj imo|i|vo), B. 



1430. ^8enl<mgport.—Oidatrímg' 
hold. Tbe name Í8 partiallj repre- 
sented in Longford. 

^£eceive the itipend.—That is. 



to acknowledge O'NeiU aa tbeír 
lord. He, in retnm, rewarded 
tbeir servioe. 



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ANNALS OF (JLSTER. 109 

(In tliis year^ was born, as is saicl, O'DonmaiIl, king of [H29] 
Tir Conailt namelj, Aedh the Eed, son oi Niall, son oí 
Toirdhealbach, son of Niall TJa DonmaiU the Rough,— 
Paul,* son of Gilla-na-naem, son of Gilla-Caba TJa Caiside, 
namelj, a reputable, successful phjrsician that lived 
honoured and respected in iShe service of Conchubhar 
Mag XJidhir the Eed and Bugraidhe Mathgamna aud 
[was] a cheerful, excellent man, died [this] year, namely, 
A.D. 1429.) 

Kalends of Jan. on Ist feria, [4th of the moon,] a.d. [U30] 
1430. A great host [was led] by Eogan, son of Niall 
Ua NeiU junior, agaiust the Foreigners of the Plain of 
Oirgialla. Then was harried and laid bare and burued 
the Foreign settlement of the Plain of OirgiaUa by him 
and the Sradbaile was burned on that expeditioui And 
he left the Sradbaile Under tribute 8ubmissively and went 
himself to his house with triumph of TÍctory and so 
forth.— A large host [was led] by the same Eogan, son of 
Niall junior, with the magnates of the ProTÍnce [of 
Ulster] around him, into the Anghaile and he went to 
the Senlongport^ and proeeeded aftet that to Sallow- Wood 
and was for a time settled there and [then] marched to 
Fremainn of Meath. Now^ there was a large muster by 
the Gaidhil of the South [of Meath], namely, Ua Conco- 
bair Failghii that is, the Calbach and Ua Mailmhuaidh 
and Ua Madaghain and Mag Eochagain and Ua Mail[- 
Sh]echlainn, to meet that Eogau; And those all went to 
Fremainn to receive the stipend* of that Eogan. And 
the West of Meath around Cell-BÍ8cigh[e]* was all 
bumed by those hosts. There came, moreover, the Baron 
of Delvin and the Plunkets and Herberts and the Foreig- 

* Cell-Bi$eighelTtate'Bic8Íjfht}. -- | WeBtmeath. Forits importanoe, 
Chureh of Biench (Virgin, wboae I see 1230, note 1, tupra. 
feut wai Jiine 2S); Kilbixy, oo. ' 



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110 ccMMaíxc ularoli 

cotncoiTXiinn a coinne an eogain fin, T)ia íieiji 7 T)ia 
onofiu§a'5 rap cenn a tnfiée'fi pein. Bogan t>o €oi§ecT; 
T)ia €i§ T)o'n rufiuf fin lap' ni-buai'5'' cofsaiji. Ocuf 
mac "Oomnaill* buiW hlli pepgail*, iT)onS mac* hlli 
phepgail, T)0 bfieié léif co T)un-n5ennainn vo bfiagaiT), 
caji cenn T;i§eixnU[i]f hUi pefi§ail 7 apaile, — iT)on^ 
emann, mac hUi pefigail**. — XXÍas tii'oijx t)0 eg in blia- 
'Bain fi' (iT)on', lT)[ib]uf Nouembpif') ; iT)on, fi pefi- 
TTlanafi, iT)on, 'Comaf (iT)on**, in® ^illa T)fu6**),mac pilib, 
mic CCe'Sa fuai'fej iT)on', pef eini§ 7 ea^numa® lajxraifi 

A 96a eofpa I an 'Comaf fin 7 fofi t)o^ cumT^aig f eiglefa 7 
rempailL 7 mainifr^peCa 7 cpoca nciem'oa 7 T)ealba* 
íTluifte co* meinic 7 cuc fi€ rf ceallaiB 7 a cuaíaiC* 7 vo 
£of ain a Cfti6 aji a comuf fannaiB. Ocuf vo Bi f e blia^na 
'oeg afi pcic a f i§i pef-ÍDanac. Ocuf f baT)af ff uiíh 
7 fenopaig cuaéa 7 eclufa '^a aDfa'5 7 'ga onopu§a5 
a|i a peBuf fto ííollatíinai§ p ein a f i§l 7 a f lai6uf. Ocuf 
a 05 lafi m-buai* On^ca 7 ai€pi|i. Ocuf a mac vo f i§a* 
1 n-a íncrS, iT)on, Comaf 05, 'So íoil "Oe 7' le rua€aiB 
pef-tTlana£ 7 le ceallaiB 7^* le ff uiéiB** 7 le hollamnaiB 
7 le bfu^aéaiB 7 le biaraCaiB^ co^ haenca'Safi* 7 apaile. 

B 88b — I i4tQtt, niac 6npi hlli í4eill,mopcu[u]f efc— Coccr5** 
mop itT blia'^ain fi icefi íílas Cafifirai§ fiiabaS 7 in 
r-1afila. CaifDel Citle-bfiiTO[i]n t)o ^abcnl lepn 
lafila, i'^on, 8emuf, afi TTlas Caf^fi€ai§ f\iabac 7 cuc 
an c-lafila e vo T)honnca'5 TTla^g] Cafifiéaig, iT)on, T)ef- 
bficcÉaifi TTlhes Cafifiéaig, vo Bi pafiif pein aj co^ail 

1430. •an, 3. •eng-, B. ' po, B. ^^g^^^Q^^ (^iih dote under -T)a), 
B. •gu, A- «>^po m-buai'ó— tciVA (lit, wndltr) victoríf, B. *^om., B. 
•TDon, 6Tnunn,niac "Oomnaill bui'oe — naniely, Edmund, aon o/ Domnail 
the Taunyy B. '=«»•*. »» = 1402«. »»411392^^. »«a cuataiB 7 a 
ceallai5, B. J a|icena— 6c«</m, ad., B. 



^Jnrespectfete, — ^That their lands 1. */» respect, etc. — To enBure 
might Dot bd despoiled by O'Neill. 1 0'Farrell*8 sabmission to O'NeiiL 



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ners of the Wedt of Meath in general to meet that Eogan, 
to snbmit to and hononr him in respect^ of their own 
lands. Eogan went to his huose on that occasion after 
tríumph of victorj. And the son of Domnall TJa Ferghail 
the Tawny, namely, the son of [the] TJa Ferghail, tnat is, 
£dmond, son of TJa Ferghail, was taken with him to 
Dun-gennain as a hoetage, in respect^ of the lordship of Ua 
Ferghail and bo on. — Mag TJidhir died this year (namely, 
on the Ides [13th] of November) ; to wit, the king of Fir- 
Manacb,thatÍ8,Thomas (namely, the Black Gillie), 
8on of Philip, 8on of Aedh the Red : that is, the [best] 
man of ho8pitality and prowess of the West of Europe 
[was] that Thomás and a man that frequently set up 
oratories and churches and monasteríes and holy crosses 
and images of Mary, and established peace amongst clergy 
and laitj^ and defended his terrítory against its neigh- 
bours. And he was six and thirty^ years in king6hip of 
Fir-Manach. And elders and seuiors of state and church 
Tcnerated and honoured him f or the excellence wherewith 
he administered his sovranty and his princedom. And 
he died after victory of penance and TJnction. And his 
soD^ namely, Thomas junior> was made king in his stead 
unanimoQsl^j by will of God and by the laity and 
clcrgy and elders and ollams and yeomen and hospitallers 
of Fir-Manach aud so forth. — ^Niall, son of Henry TJa 
Neill, died.— Great war [arose] this year between Mag 
Carthaigh the Grey and the Earl. The castle of Cell- 
Bríta[i]n^ was taken by the Earl, namely, James,* from 
Mag Carthaigh the Grey, and the Earl gave it to Doo- 



[1430] 



*CUrgy tríid 2a»/^. — literaUj, 
chMTche» and ierritoríes. 

^ Six and thirty, — He snooeeded 
hÍB father in 1805, tupra, 

*Cell-BritaÍH,'-Churchof Britan 
(perhapa the aaint gi?en in the 



Mart. of TaUaght at May IS) ; 
Kilbrittan, oo. Cork. 

* Jomet.— Seventh Earl of Des- 
mond. For intereeting detaiU re- 
speoting him, see Gilbert, Viceroys, 
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112 ccMMoclo: uLaroh. 

m Caifoeil fin 7 apoile'*. — Sluago^ la íTlac UiUiam 
Clamni-RicaiíiT) 7 la íílac T)onncai'5 "Chipe-hOileLla 7 
la mac T)omnailU mic ííluiíicepTxxil hlli Concobuifi, a 
Conmaicne-Cuile. Loir^^i^ mofxa t)0 •Denum leo 7 OCe*, 
mac hUi Concobuip tiuai'&, vo niapba'5 leo 7 Caiíibpi» 
mac bíiiain hUi biíin. Ocur a roigecc -oia €i§ lap m- 
buai-fe cofcaifi. — Caiflen* 'CuiUfgi vo gabail th) Chaéal, 
mac hlli Concobuif íiuai'&, af clainn Tx)ip|iT)eLbai§ hUi 
Concobuif in bLiafeain fi*. — bfian, mac 'Ci|epnain 015 
hlli Ruaifc, T)0 mafba5 Le cLainn íDaiL[-8h]ecLainn 
ííleg RagnaiLL^^ a íílaeíaiL-íTlhancain. Ocur^* T)onnca^, 
mac Cifeefnam, tw cup T)on fuaig fin a íTlainifciii 
TTlhaeíLa co maiíiB a muinnriíii uimei T)onnca^ pein t)0 
€oi§eccamac za\i cenn a muinncipe a ficc ÍTles Hat- 
naiLL. 8i€ vo '5enum arofíia 7 ejiaic bpiain vo íc. — 
5iLLa-na*naem hUa Leanna[i]n, cananac 7 facfirca 
íTlainifqiec teafa-gaBaiL, T^'heg ff iT)ie lCaLenT)af 8ep- 
t;imbfif\ 

lCat lan. 11. p., [t*xu.,*] CCnno T)omini ÍTI.*' cccc.*axKx.*i.* 
ÍTlac mic lapLa CiLLe-T)afa t)o qioca^ 7 vo íaffaing La 
JaLLaiB CC€a-cLia€ in* bLia-^ain fi^ — bap p.T)uB, insen 
hUi fluaipc (iT)on,' ben hUi flai|iLLi§, iTK)n, eogain*), 
iT)on, ben efní§ 7 cfabai-^, vo^ e^^ lap^ m-buai-^ airpige*. 
— ÍTlas TlajnaiLL t)o* e^* in** bLia-^ain cecna**: iT)on, 
A 86b Seppf ai§, pep *• einig 7 egnuma^— OCine, insen hUi ítulaijic, 
iT)on, ben hUi pepsaiL, mopTnia efc. — 8eaan, mac Con- 
ConnaCr:, mic piLib ÍTle^ Ui^ip, t)0 mapba^ Le 'CeLLaS- 
neara6 : iT)on^ pep eíníg 7 egnuma 7 cpabai-^ 7 ci§i 

1430. w^xm-, A. ^^^ pref., B. 

1431. •*bl.,A, B. «-^oaa., B. ««=«1884**. '«■^•o'hes, B. 



" Son, etc. — Brian O'Conor i ^* Ua C<mehohu%ir,—0"C(moT tbe 
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ANNALS OF ULSTEB. 113 

obadh Mag Garthaígb, that íb, the brother of [the] Mag [1480] 
Garthaigh^ who was along with himselt at the tahing of 
that castle and so forth. — A hosting [was made] by 
Mac WiUiam of Glann-Ricaird and by Mac Donnchaidh 
of Tir-Oilella and by the son^^ of Domnall, son of Muir- 
certach Ua Gonchobuir, into Gonmaícne-Guile. Great 
bumings were done by them and Aedb, son of IJa Gon- 
cobuir the Red and Gairbre, son of Brian Ua Bim, were 
slain by them. And they went to their houses after triumph 
of victory. — ^The castle of Tuilsg was taken by Gathal, 
sonof Ua Gonchobuir the Red, from the sons of Toír- 
delbach Ua Gonchobuir^^ this year. — Brian, son of Tigh- 
eman Ua Ruairc junior, was dain by the sons of Mael[-Sh]- 
echlainn Mag Itaghnaíll ín Maetíial of [St.] Manchan^^ 
And Donchadh, Bon of Tigheman, was driven in that 
rout into tbe monastery of Maethal, with the worthies 
of his people around him. Donchadh himself came out 
on behalf of his people [and placed himself ] at the dis- 
posal of Mag RaghnaiU. Peace was made between them 
and the eric of Brian was paid. — GiUa-na-naem Ua Lean- 
na[i]n, canon and sacristan of the Monastery of Lisgabail, 
died on the 2nd of the £alends of September [Aug. 31]. 

Xalends of Jan. on 2nd feria, [15th of the moon], a,d. [1431] 
1431. The grandson of the Earl of £ildare was hanged 
and drawn by the Foreigners of Ath-cliath this year. — 
Barrdubh, daughter of Ua Ruairo (namely, wife of [the] 
Ua Raighilligb, that is, of Eogan), to wit, a woman of 
hospitality and piety, died after victory of penance. — Mag 
Baghnaill died the same year : namely, Geoffrey, a man 
of hospitality andprowess. — ^Aine, daughter of Ua Ruairc, 
that is, the wife of Ua Ferghaíl, died. — John son of Gu- 
Gonnacht, son of Philip Mag Uidhir, was slain by the 
Tellach-Eathach : to wit, a man of ho8pitality and prowess 

" IfffiicAaii.— Hi8 íeMt was Feb. | of the name ia the EomoH^mowt 
14 (Mart TaL). He ia the teoond | Lút$ (L. L. 368b). 

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114 ccMwala tilcroti. 

ai'&e* "00 boficcnB 7 vo •&amaiB 7 vo •5eo|wr&aiB. Ocuf a 
•Dul Éuca** afi a ri-icc pein' 1 n-a cifi pein. bíiian' cae£, 
mac Hleg «am|Mr5ain, th)** pelL aifi*' 7 bfiian pein vo 
€oram an la pn' le 8eaan 7 foCai-De T) a muinnnfi a 
n-'Disail a n-'DpoccuinsilL Ocup ní fioiBe 8eaan ann 
fin acc moipfeif up 7 do bi bfiian, 'Da picic, no cfii p6ic, 
ann. íTla^** Ui'5if 'do •5ul, fluag móf , a 'Cella£-nea€a6, 
i'Don, Tx)niaf , mac 'Comaif , 'do 'Digail a bfaéap fof fia. 
T)o hinnpa^ 7 'do 101^56*5 q[ia in cif co roipceiíiail leif 
7 7)0 loifce-^ baile ííle^ 8anifa^5ain Wn nif uf fin leif 
^•Dainsnecaín npe póf. Ocuf 'do mafbot mopan "do 
mairiB in cipe 'Do'n rupuf fin le TTlas Ui'5if. íílas 
Ui-^if 'Do innTO^ 'Dia cip p ein x>o'n "duI fin, lap m-buai-S 
cofguif 7 comai'^Ttie 7 ap aile^— Cp eía mop a 7 áp 'oaine 
le íílalnuf íílas Tnhaígamna ap ShallaiB in^ bliaíain 
fi^ — hUa Concobuip Copcumpua^, i'Don, ÍHuipcepTxió, 
'Do mapbcro 'do clainn a "Depbpafeap pein.— Conn hUa 
íílail[-8h]e6Lainn, i-Don, ccDbup pi§ ^11*50, 'do mapba'^ 
Le hCCngaiLecaiB 7 LeJccLLaiB lapéaip ííli'^e in bLia^ain 
fi^ — ^SepaLc Caemana6*, i-Don, p ep** eíní^ 7 egnuma 7* ccD- 
buppié taigen san** [flpapabpa, 'o'he^^ — U(feep íílac 
pheopaif 7)0** eg* in bLia-^ain fi^ — SLuos mopLe hGo^an 
hUa MeiLL 7^ Le hOip^iaLLaiB 7 Le ííla^ Ui^ip 7 Le hUa 
RaigiLLig* cum^ íílic UiBiLin* -Dia** m'opa'D^ Cpic^ íílic 
UiBiLin 'Do cpeacaT)"* 7 'do Lofca^ Leo. Cogan 7 a fLuag 
'Do bei€ co cenn caici'^ifi' ap míf annfa Ruca 7 a £aep- 
ai'5ecc papif, ag miLLiu^S a n-apBann 7 a^ Lofca5* a 
m-baiLce'5. Cosan 7)0 €oi§ecr 'Dia ng 7>o'n rupuf fin 7" 
B 83c apaiLe". — | Cnpí, mac eogain hUi MeiLL, 7>o gabaiL Le 
Meccain hUa n-T)omnaiLL. Coinne vo ^abaiL T^'eogan 
hUa NeiLL 7 vo MeCrain fpia ceiLe 7 fií vo '^enum t)oiB 

1431. *an, B. •tli'ói-, A. »coei-, B. ^-gcró, A. •om., A. ' i-oon, 
le bpmn — namefy, by Brian, B. ' cecna — tame, B. *» = ^\ * •o'h^ 
ad,, B. M 5u niaiti5 cm .U.ro leif — tcUh the nobies o/ the Profnnct [o£ 
XJlster] xDÍth him, B. ^ T>ocuni (same meaning as A word), B. ^ 7, pref., 
3. " mnxvai^—piundered, B. »-» po btiai'ó— tri/A vicio)^, B, 



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and pietj and [that keptp a gaest-honse for poor and for [U3i] 
[bardic] bands and for pilgrims. And he had gone to 
them* on their invitatíon into their own countrjr. Brian 
BKnd[-eye], son of Mag Samradhain, that betrajred hím 
and Brian bimself and a multítude of his people fell the 
same day by John, in expiatíon of their evil proceeding. 
And John was there [with] but seven and Brian was 
[there with] two score, or three ecore. Mag Uidhir, 
namely, Thomas, son of Thomas, went [with] a large host 
into Tellach-Eathach to avenge his ^insman upon them. 
The coTmtry was therefore successfuU^ harried and bumed 
by him and the town of Mag Samradhain^ and the 
donjons of the country likewÍ8e were bumed by him on 
that occasion. And many of the magnates of the coimtry 
were alain by Mag Uidhir on that occasion. Mag Uidhir 
retumed to his house on that expedition after triumph of 
Tictorj and overthrow and so on. — Great raida and de- 
Btruction of people [were inflicted] by Maghnus Mag 
Mathganma on the Foreigners this year. — Ua Concobuir 
of Corcumruadh, namely, Muircertaoh, was elain by the 
sons of hÍ9 own brother. — Conn Ua Mael[-Sh]echlainn, 
namely, one who was to be king of Meath, was slain by 
the people of Anghaile^ and by the ForeignerH of the West 
of Meath this year. — Gerald Kavanagh, namely, a man of 
hospitality and prowess and one fit to be king of Leinster 
without opposition, died. — ^Walter Mac Feorais died this 
year. — ^A large host [was led] by Eogan Ua NeiU, and 
by the Olrgialla and by Mag Uidbir and by Ua Kaighilligh 
against Mac Uibhilin to harry him. The country of Mao 
Uibhilin was despoiled and bumed by them. Eogan and 
tbe host were to the end of a fortnight over a month in 
the Boute and his raiding-party with him, destroying their 



1431. TAaíi^^í.— Literallj,©/. 

' Them. — The people of Tul- 
Ijhaw (TeUaoh - Eachaoh), oo. 
Ca?aQ. 

*Toum of ag Samradhain, — 



Bidle'Mtg'Samradhain ; anglioiaed 
BallTmagaoran (oo. CaTan). 

^ People ofÁnghaile, — Plural ad- 
jectÍTe fomi of Anghaile in the 
oríginaL 

02 



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116 ccMwalcc ulcroti. 

7 enpí^ vo legan amtó. — ^piai* vo €oi'5e£c a peíiaití- 
íHanaÉ in bliatain fi^ Ocur CCuéufcin hUa Caíimaic 
•D'hes T)i: i'Don, ollarfi faififi pef-ínanac uile 7 peti 
cigi aiie* co^ coicfenn. íílaí^aniain hUa Cafimaíc th) 
05 'Do'n plai'fe cecna. — íílaficfluag 5^11 vo €oi'5e6c 
T)'iaíiai'5 q\ei6i a CLainn-in-Caic hUi Raigillig. fHag- 
nuf*' ÍTIas ÍHhaésamna, i'oon, mac CC|i'D§aiL, 'do 'Bul in 
la cecna •o'iaíiai'5 cpeici af ^halLaiB 7^ pif an' Aajic- 
fLuaig JhaLL"* 'o'pagaiL •do**. íílagnuf •o'a'' Leniíiuin afa 
A 860 Lof^ 7 a pagbaiL afi fsuji 'do, oc* popaiiie | fopfan 
cfei£. ííla^nuf -00 '5uL puía co fona, fenamaiL 7 a 
mai€i vo gabaiL 'do 7 an cuit) aiLe t)0 mafbofi T)ib. 
Ocuf íílasnuf vo €oi'5e£c Dia €15 T)o*n uifUf fin pa 
buai'^ cofgaif 7 apaiLa — Mefxxiin hUa T)omnaiLL T)0 
•5uL co caifceL Loca-Lae^uifi^ aji inT)foi5i'5 7 a gabaiL 
aji 'ChoíffT^eLbafi hUa n-T)omnaiLL 7 a puaif ann vo' 
mainiB* t)0 bjieié Leif T)ia t^i^ 7 afaiLe. — SLuaéaí** vo 
'^enum t)o ÍTIac UiLLiam CLainni-RicaifT), iT)on, LliLea^, 
co comaencai'^ moif Leif, a Conmaicni-ChuiLe. Ocuf 
anBain innci caicíi-^^if, 05 Lofca'^ a n-apbann 7 a m- 
baiLce'^ 7 a coilecc v\a €i§ T)o'n cufUf fin 7 afaiLe^ — 
'Ca'55 hUa heojain, iT)on, Oifi'5feLtoca-hefni, iT)on, peji 
Lan T^'ejna 7 t)0 Leiginn, T^'heg in bLia'5ain fi^ — eogan 
hUa paLain, faí pip T)ana, T^'eg in bLia^ain cecna. — 
JiLLibefT; hUa T)uiB5enna[i]n T^'hej in bLia'5ain fi^ — 
T)omnaLL, mac T)aibic hUi "CuacaiL, iT)on, peiceiíi coit> 
cenn t^o** T)amaiB 7** t)0 cLiapaiB epenn co La a eca®, 
mofcuuf efc — ^DomnaLL íTlac S^LLa-pacfaig, iT)on, 
mac fi^ Ofpaisi, mofruuf efc — T)ownaLL fiabac, mac 
bfiain, íílac íílalnufa obiic* 8 lT)Uf lanuafii*. — ÍHas 

1431. »5«, B. «058. 7-e, A. «eRa, B. «eogan at first, butdota 
were put undemeath, to signifj deletion, A. v-^ cm fgeoil pn — of ihat 
news, B. *-<1'do TDagntip TDag TTíatsamna 7 a— 6y Maghnui Mag 
Mathgamna and they (were followed), B, ' 'do— 6y /am — ad., B. *^ =^ 
«=1379»». 

BC/<iiin-ift-<;atVA.— 8ee 1377, note 1 ^Found <A«m.— Literallj, tíby 
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ANNALS OF UL8TER. 117 

crops and burnmg tlieír towns. Eogan went [in tríomph] [i*3ij 
to his honse on that occaaion [and so on]. — Henij^ son of 
Eogan XJa Neill, was taken prisoner by Nechtain Fa 
Domnall. A conference was held by Eogan Ua NeiU and 
by Nechtain with each otherand peace was made by them 
and Henry liberated. — ^Plague came in Fir-Manach this 
year. And Augustine XJa Carmaic died thereof, namely, 
one versed in the rights of all the Fir-Manach and a man 
who kept a general guest-house. Mathgamain XJa Car- 
maic died of the same plague. — ^A horse-host of Foreigners 
came in search of spoil into the Chmn-in-caich'^ of XJa 
Baighilligh. Magnus Mag Mathgamna, namel^, son of 
Ardghal, went the same day in search of spoil against tbe 
Foreigners and information of the horse-host of the 
Foreigners was got by him. Maghnus foUowed them on 
their track and found them^ resting, keeping guard on the 
prey. Maghnus went against them spiritedly, success- 
fully and their magnates were captured by him and the 
other portion of them slain. And. Maghnus went to his 
house on that occasion with triumph of TÍctory and so on. 
— ^Nechtain XJa DomnaiU went to the castíe of Loch- 
Laeghairi to attack [it] and he took it from Toirdelbach 
XJa Donmaill, and what he found therein of valuables he 
carried with him to his house and so on. — ^A hosting 
was made by Mac WiUiam of Clann-Rioaird, namely, 
XJlick, with large allied forces^ along with him, into Con- 
maicne-Cuile. And he remained there a fortnight, 
buming their crops and their towns and went [in triumph] 
to his house on that occasion and so on. — Tadhg hXJa 
hEogain, namely, Official^ of Loch-Eme, that is,*a man f uU 
of knowledge and Uterature, died this year. — ^Eogan IJa 
Fialain, an eminent poet, died the same year. — GKlbert 
Ua Duibgenna[i]n died this year. — ^Donmall, son of David 
Ua TuathaU, namely, general protector f or the [bardic] 
bands and retinues of Ireland to the day of his decease, 

' AllÍ0dforee9,—JÁtenXíj,ailianee* \ > Offieial.^Qee 1894, note 5, mtpra. 



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118 ccNWccta tilccoti. 

Cafimaic pep-Tílanafi, i'oon, JiLla-paqxais 7 fHuificeti- 
TOc, mac pilib ÍHic* (íapniuic, t)0 niaíiba'5 co locroc le 
T)onn6at íílafe] Caíimuic 7 le n-a companafaiB mail- 
ifeca[i1S], 6 Monaf luLii. — 8imon* íTla^ CCpca[i]n, can- 
anac 7 sjxainreoiii t)0 ÍHuinnmfi Lefa-gabaiL, 'D'heg 9 
]CaLenT)af ÍHafcii*. 

['^•1 ]CaL lan. 111. p., [L^ acxui.*,] OCnno T>omini fH.^cccc.** 
acococ.** 11.° hUa MeiLL vo mapba^ in bLicr5ain fi** La 
hOifecc-hlli-Caíain, iDon^ ix^ep va MoDLaic vo fonnf cr5® : 
iT)on, T)omnaLL, mac ©npi hUi MeiLL, iT)on, a T)uLcuca* 
1 n-a Tnp pein ; TDomnaLL'hUa Ca€a[i]n 7 CCibne hUa 
Ccrca[i]n, iT)on, T)a macT)iapmaT;a hUi Chaíain, T^ogabaiL 

B83d Tngi fop hUa MeiLL 7 | a mapbcrS ann'T)o'n r^upuf fin 
7 focai'Be v\a muinncip. Bo^an, mac MeiLL 015 hUi 
"MeiLL, vo pija'B ^ya' Coici'5 co comaenTO'5ac^'*. Ocuf® a 
T)oLa co 'CuLac-05 7 a piga^ ap Leic na pi| ann* t)o 'Seoin 
T)e 7 T)aine, aeppoc® 7 oLLoman'. — Cpeca mopa, meinci 
7ápT)aine Le THalnuf íílas ÍTlhaí^amna ap JaLLaiB 
in* bLicr5ain fi'^no bepe-^ Leif cin[nj T)anup7 epcapaT) 
gufan Lupsain, 

(A) (B) 

iT)on, 00 lon^popT: TTIag- iT)on, 56 [a] baile fein. 

ntjfa. OctJf T)o bepti na ann Ocuf po baó Lop T)' ottioc 

fin fop ^app'óa in baile, 7 t>* up^pain le T^amaib 7 

inT)tif gup* af)ucnfcmtip le T)a- le Deopaóaib Gpenn beic ag 

maib 7 le T)eopataib Cpenn feceni gappga baile Tílag- 

beit a^ pej;ain 5appf)a baile nufa, le hiTnar) cenn namaD 

Tna^ntifa, ap a liieD T)o bi'ó 7 efcrrpaT) foip. 
T)o cennaib a namaT) 7 a efCíTpoD paip. 

A86d (íoinne vo gabaiL vo \ hUa HeiLL, iT)on*, T)0 Cosan*, 

1431. •mes.B. 

1432. ' co hae-, B. •^ a oharaoter like C[ ; perliap8=Q«a#rí, n. t. 
h. , A ; bl., B. »» om,, B. ^ =:\ * after y^x\, B. • 7, pref., B. « om., 
A. «potv ca\—ov*r the, B. *» an bliaTKXin [fi]— Mit ^ear—MiL, B. 
^UiL, t.li«(withTariaiit, «D'&ogan), B; text, A. 

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AÍWALS OF thJBTEtt. Il9 

died. — ^Domnall Mac Qilla-Patraig, namelj, son of the [1481] 
king of Ossorjr, díed. — ^DomDall Mac Magbnusa the Qrey, 
8on of Brían, died on the 8th of the Ides [6th] of Jannarr. 
— Mag Carmaio of Fir-Manach, namelj, Gilla-Patraig 
and Mnircertach, son of Philip Mac Carmaic, were wickedly 
slain by Donchadh Mag Carmaic and by his malicious com- 
panions on the 6th of the I^ones [2nd] of July. — Simon Mag 
Archa[i]n, canoa and granger^ of the community of Lis- 
gabail, died on the 9th of the Ealends of March [Feb. 21]. 

Xalends of Jan. on 3rd feria, [26th of tbe moon,] a.d. [U32 B.] 
1432. TJa NeiU was slain this year by the Oirecht-Ui- 
Cathain, namely, between the two Nativities [Dec. 25- 
Jan. 6] precisely: to wit Domaall, son of Henry Ua 
NeilL [Thus] namely [it happened] : he went to ihem 
into their own country ; Domnall Ua Catha[i]n and Aibne 
Ua Catha[i]n, that is, the two sons of Diarmait Ua Cath- 
ain, seized a house upon Ua NeiU, and he, with many of 
his people, was slain there on that occasion. Eogan, son 
of Niall Ua NeiU junior, was made king in the Province 
[of Ulster] unanimously. And he went to Tulach-oc and 
was crowned on the flag-stone of the kings there by the 
will of God and men, bishops and ollams. — Great, frequent 
preys and destruction of people were committed by Magh- 
nus Mag Mathganma on the Foreigners this year, and 
be carríed with him the heads of the Foreigners and 
enemies to the Lurgan, 

(A) (B) 

namely, to the fortress of namely, to his own town. 
Maghnus. And those heads And there it was enough of 
were placed upon the palisade terror and loathing to the 
of the town, so that it was [bardic] bands and to the 
Yery horrible to the [bardio] pilgrims of Ireland to behold 
bands and to the pilgrims of the palisade of the town of 
Ireland to behold the palisade Maghnus, withthe great num- 
of the town of Maghnus, for ber of the heads of foes and 
the amonnt of heads of bis enemies thereon. 
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láo anMalcc utaroti. 

ati' Chael-taifci' pe'' clainii T)oTnnaill,niic fl1uitw5e|iTOié 
hUi Concobuiix. hUa T)omnaiLL vo 6uíi a muinntnpe 
vo coimeD an ChaiL, ap^ egLa na coinne vo f\o6TOin a 
ceiLe. hUa NeiLL 7 XDas Ui'5iii, "do 'doL afi in CaeU^ 
ÍHuinwefi hUi T)oninaiLL'Do éejmaiL t)oiB 7 foi|Deoftacc 
vo be[i]€ acofifia. Pfi-Tíl ana£ vo "duL a cifi pofiíio : txuaig 
TllibuiL5TK)buain afcu7T>aine imT)aT)oLoT;7'DO mapba'B 
T)iB. CLann T)omnaiLL vo io^se^z an La fin mutiafoibe 
hUa WeiLL 7 a Lama vo íabaifiT; 1 n-a Laim 7 atiaiLe. — 
T)omnaLL hUa MeiLL, iT)on, mac T^'eogan, mic [mac] 
MeiLLoig hUi WeiLL, t>o 05 T>o'n piLun 1® cinn caici'Bifi 
lajipeiLpaqfiais® in bLia^ain fi^: iT>on, aT)buíiíii|ULa'5 
af einec 7 afi egnum é\ — eogan, mac fHes Cafiféaigfiia- 
bai§, T>o '&uL afi qi ei£ afi Cinn-f aiLe. eogan t>o maf ba5 
vo Lu6c Cinn-rf aiLe T>'en upcafi '5o [sic] ga 7 af aiLe. — 
Coj;a'5*' mop in bLio^ain fi eceti hUa WeiLL 7 hUa 
n-T)omnaiLL tnachUi MeiLL,iT)on, enfii,T>o'5uLco8Li5e£ 
ajx cenn cLainni T)omnaiLL,mic ÍHuifceíicaié hUi Conco- 
buif. hUa T)omnaiLL 7 hUa Ruaific 7 cLann CCe'5a Tílhes 
^1*5111 T)o be[i]€ a pofaip e fompo pe he-^ na coic fecc- 
main t>o bi Cnpi €-[f ]iap. Cnpí 7 Caipbpig vo coigecc fop 
íílag-neíne. íílas UfSip, iT)on, 'Comap 05, t>o T>oLa, cobLac, 
fop CaeL-uifgi a coinne Cnpi 7 Chaipbpec 7 a Txngecr f Lan 
T)ia C15 T>o'n cupuf fin. — 8Lua§a'5 mop t)0 T>enaTÍi T)'Ua 
MeiLL 7 T>a [t)o] íílas Ui-^ip 7 vo íTlac-hUi-íleiLL-bui^e 1 
CeineL-Tílogain pop bpu hUi TDomnaiLL ecTxc imT>a 7 
Loifcm mopa t>o T)enum Leo pop T^hip-ConaiLL 7 baiLe hUi 
T)omnaiLL 7 baiLe M ef caín t>o Lof ca^ Leo 7 guipc ím'5a vo 

1482. JJafter ConéobiiiTW B. ^y •do— «luí Jy, B. "-001^ naé 
TV01C7 cm coinne o éeile hUa MeiU 7 moj; I1i^i|i— in orífor íAoí Ua NeiU 
atid Mag Uidhir might not meet each other, B. But the abbreriator for- 
got to replace tiie art., on, bj the prep., a (i). 



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ANNAliS OF ÚLSTEH. 121 

A conference was held bj IJa Neill, namelj, by Eogan, ^1432] 
at líarrow-Water with the sons of Domnall, son of Muir- 
certach Fa Conchoboir. Ua Domnaill placed his people 
to gaard the Narrow, lest ^ the conferring parties should 
meet each other. TJa NeiU and Mag 'Uidhir [neverthe- 
lese] went to the Narrow. The people of Ua Domnaill 
met them^ and a discharge of arrows took place between 
thenL The Fir-Manach [however] landed despite them :* 
[but] the rout of Mibolg was put upon them, and many 
persons of them were wounded and slain. [Still] the sons 
of Domnall went that day to where Ua Neill was and 
placed^ their hands in his hand, and so on. — Domnall Ua 
Neill, namely^ son of Eogan, son of Niall Ua NeiU junior, 
diedof glandulardiseaseatthe end of a fortnightafterthe 
feast of [St.] Patrick this year : to wit^ one fit to be king 
of Ulster for ho8pitalíty and for prowess [was] he. — Eogan, 
son of Mag Carthaigh the Grey, went on a raid against 
Einsale. Eogan was slain by ihe folk of Einsale with 
one cast of a javelin, and so on. — Great war [arose] this 
year between Ua Neill and Ua DonmaiU. The son of 
Ua NeiU, namelj, Henry, went to Sligech to meet [and 
secure the aid of] the sons of DomnaU, son of Muircer- 
tach Ua Goncobuir. Ua DomnaiU and Ua Ruairc and the 
soDs of Aedh Mag Uidhir were on the watch before them 
f or the epace of the five week8 that Henry was in the "West. 
Henry and the Carbrians^ went upon Magh-eine. Mag 
Uidhir, namely, Thomas jimior, went [with] a fleet to 
Narrow-Water to meet Henry and the Carbrians, and 
they came safe to his house on that occasion. — ^A great 
hosting was made by [the] Ua NeiU and by Mag Uidhir 
and by Mac-Ui-Neill-buidhe into Cenel-Moen to face Oa 
DomnaiU. Slaughters^ numerous and bomings extensive 
were done by ihem upon Tir-ConaiU and the town of Ua 

^Placed, $te. — That íb, made 1 led by the Bons of O'Conor Sligo, 
alUanoe with O'NeilL I lord of Oarber^. 

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122 ccMnatcc tilcroh. 

iliillita'5 leo. Ocuf vo bcrouii o peil Cpof co Lugiiufcr5 
pofi an TOifs rin 7 a TOigecc T)ia ci§ ^an fi€ th) 'benum 
7 apaile'. — ííla^ fl1a€5anina,iT)on, bfiian, mac CCfVDsail, 
vo ^buL a n-a^ait hlli íleilL 7 a*" n-a|ai'5'' a bíiaiq[ie6 
pein, iT>on, Ru§iiíii'5e 7 íílagnur. íílas íílhaésamna 
T)o tuL 5U n-a caeíiai-^ecc afi J^íLLcacc. 8Lua§ S^l-^ '^ 
cinoL 7 a coigecr Le tílas íílac^amna a n-0i|i5iaLLa. 
Ocuf T)a|icíiai^ Coinn-innfi T)o Lof^a'^ Leo 7 a n-T)oL* T)o'n 
TnifUf fin co ÍHacaife 0CíiT)a-íl1aca 7 imenna* OCfT)a- 
íílaca T)o buain afna rempLaiB t>oi6 7 a Lofca^ af 
faigri in baiLe. Coma5a mofia T)0 buain t>o fpuiéiB an 
baiLe T)oib t>o cinn ^an-a™ T)'a™ Lofca5. 5^iLL 7 fHas 
TTlauganina t)0 -^uL T)ia cigiB T)o'n uifUf fin. — efpuc' 
CLofiaif T)o eg in bLia-^ain fi^ iT)on, OCfT; tTlac CaémaiL, 
iT>on% La 8anc* tabpaf* t)o® fonnpa'5 : iT)on®, f ep eini§ 
7 cpaba^ 7 ci^ ai'5e'5'* t)o' boScaiB 7** t>o T)amaiB 7 t)0 
'5eopor5aiB. Ocuf a '^oLa pa buai-^ o T)oitiain 7 T)etíion 

A87a 7 apaiLe. — | T11aiL[-8h]ecLainn íílainec íílacConmapa, 
iT)on, TOifec CLainni-CuiLein, mopcuuf efc. — 'Ccab's tTlac 
TTlaégamna, iT)on, oobap pi^ Copco-baifcinT)^ mopaiuf 
efr:, — TTlaoLmop'5a Ó5 hUa TlaigiLLig mopiniuf efr;. — 
«Luag 5aLL t>o roigecc a n-CiLiB-hLli-ChepbaiLL* 7 

B 84a caifLen baiLe-an-bpirai§ 7 caif |T>eL CLuain-htIi-Cfnai€ 
T)oLofca'5 7 T>o bpife'5 Leo T)o'n cupuf fin 7 apaiLe- — 
Injna* mop t>o f agbaiL a pepaiB-Tílanac in bLia'^ain fi : 
iT)on, gobup vo bpeií uain §iL 7 an ceCTa a n-upai'5. — 
Spi^aip, mac «eaain hUi TTlcnLconaipe, iT)on, aT)bup f ua^ 
pe fencuf , T)'he5 in bLia^ain fi a C15 TTlic CCe^Sa^ain 

1432. *-la, A. «tmea-, A. *Scm5,A. •-|^nn, A. •n-eile-, B. 
"•"* cm txnle— í^ íoirn— r. m., t. h., A, in explanatáon o£ thc textual pro- 
noim. TI1Í8 was adopted in B» nuúdng the reading : gon on bonte 1)0 
to|*ccró — not to bum the town. ^ Thia entrj ia plaoed after the Tnoit. 
eclainn obit, B. ^ itl., t. h., B. pco coiccenn — in generaísd.j B. 



See 1397, note 3a, supra. | » JW o/ ffol^ CroM.— ltfay í 

^ ^ííAíaífi.— O'Donnell. 



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Bonmaill and the town of NeclitaLn^ were burned bj thenii 
and iuany com-íielcls were bumed by them. And they 
were from the feast of [Holy] Cross^ to Lammas on that 
expedition^ and went to their house^s] without making 
peace, and so on. — Mag Mathgamna, namely, Brian, Bon 
of Ardghal, went against XJa NeiU and against his own 
hinsmen, that is> Rughraidhe and Maghnus. Mag Math- 
gamna went with his raiding-party to the Foreign settle- 
ment The host of the Foreigners mustered and went 
with Mag Mathgamna into Oirgialla. And Dairtraighi of 
Con-inis was bumed by them, and they went on that eicpe- 
dition to the Plain of Ard-Macha, and the Taluablesof 
Ard-Macha were taken from out the temples by them and 
bumed on the green'of the town. Large offerings were 
extorted from the elders of the town by them for the 8ake 
of its not being bumed. The Foreigners and Mag Math- 
gamna went to their houses [in triumph] on that occa- 
sion. — The bishop of Clochar died thís year, namely, Art 
Mac Cathmail,* on the day of [St.] Lawrence precisely 
[Aug. 14] : to wit, a man of hospitality and piety, and who 
kept a guest-house for poor and for [bardic] bands, and 
for pilgrims. And he departed with victory from world 
and from demon, and so on. — Mael [-Sh]echlain Mac Con- 
mara the Ui-Mainian,^ namely, chief of Clann*Cuilein, 
died. — Tadhg Mac Mathgamna, namely, ooe destined to 
be king of Corco-baificínn, died. — Maelmordha XJa Baig- 
hilligh junior died. — A host of Foreigners came into 
Eili-TJi-Cerbaill and the castle of Baile-an-britaigh and 
the castle of Cluain-Ui-Cinaith were bnmed and broken 
by them on that expedition and so on. — A great marvel 
took place in Fir-manach this year : to wit, a goat gave 



[1432] 



^Mac CathmaiL — He saoceeded 
O'Corcrain (for whom see [1869], 
note 12, wpra) in 1889 (Ware, 
BitMoptf p. 184). 



' Xr%-Mainian, — Namely, fostered 
in Hy-Many (0'Kelly'B oountrj, 
00. Galwaj). 



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124 ccMwccla iiloroti. 

Uti-íílurfian, 7 fe pofi fgolai'Becc'. — Uaceii abútic, 1*0011, 
mac inic lafila UloB, vo ej; ín bliatain pi : iwn', 5^11- 
macatft 'oob* pefifi eínec 7 egnum 7 aiCne aft 5^6 uile 
cefiT) T)*a fioibe 1 n-a ainifip.*. — ^TT'Oiiip'oelba^, mac 8eaain 
hUi Rai§illi§, mojicuur efc.— Cacal, mac Tx)maif hUi 
Peplail, moficuuf efc. — hUa T^uib^ennain Cilli-Ronain, 
fai ollaman a fen6uf, mopcuuf efc : i'oon, íílaéa slaf, 
mac pefsaiL^ ííluimnig. — Cíépua* ÍHac Riébeficaig "00 
mafbob in blia'5ain fi, 12 lcalen'oaf OCusufci. — 'Sojirn' 
laié', ingen hUi 8e§annain, mofuia efc'. 

lCaL lan. u. p., [L.* un.*] CCnno T)omini ííl.* cccc* xxx.* 
111.** Coca^ mop T)'eifgi eref íílas RagnaiLL ín fHaga 
in bLia'Bain fi^ iT)on, Concobuf 7 cLa[i]nn TriaiL[-8h]ec- 
Lainn fHes RagnaiLU CLann ínaiL[-8h]eéLainn vo 
6abai|iT; cLainni ÍHaésamna íílic Caba cuca af buanaCc 
7 a n^ooLa ap inT)foi§i'5 'fa Tílag 7 baiLe CaCaiL íTles 
Ra^aiLL vo Lofca'B Leo. 'Coff ihot\ T)0 bf ei€ of f a ag a 
pa^baiL CLann Tílaésamna 7 a n-gaLLósLaifi T)'anmuin 
af T)ef e* na fe'5na. 730111 mof T)0 bpeií op p a gan pif 
T)'afe5ain. "Cfiufi t)0 cLainn Tílaígamna vo mapboS 
an La fin 7 f e|i t)0 ^abaiL 7 f é LeMiapB, iT)on, eo^an, a 
finnfep. Tloffa^ 7 T)onn£a5 7 bpian t)0 mafba'5 — 
iT)on", feccmain pe peiL Cpof fin" — co focai'5i6* T)'a 
muinnn|i maiLLe píu^ CLann fin ap n-a n-gabaiL a 
m-beL a n-ep inn ap a petJuf t)0 cLainn a€ap 7 maéap. — 
iT)on, Una, ingen c-Sheaain hUi Rai|iLLi§, a* maíaif* — 7 
ap feBuf a ne[i]pT: 7 a n-eínig 7 a n-esnuma^" a n-íniLL"* 
jufan La fin. OCn 00100^5 mac t)o éoigefc fLan an La 



1432. ^-tiiUB. 

1483. iTloff,B. «-w(sg.).B. «n^iti, B. •*«., A. B. 



* JThiíag, e/c.~LiteraUj, and he upon tehooling. 



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birth to a white lamb and the same the precedíng jear. — [1482] 
Gregorj, son of John XJa Maelconaire, namely, one who 
was to be professor of historj, died this year in the house 
of Mac Aedhagain of Ormond, whilst^ he was being 
instraoted. — ^^''alter de Burghi namelj, grandson of the 
Earl of TJlster, died this year : to wit, the Foreign youth 
who was the best that was in his time for hospitality and 
prowess and fcnowledge of every accomplishment. — Toir- 
delbach, son of John Ua Baighilligh, died. — Cathal, son 
of Thomas Xla Ferghail, died. — Ua Duibgennain of Cell- 
Bonain, an eminent professor of history, died: namel^^ 
Matthew the Green, son of Ferghal the Momonian. — 
Cithruadh Mac Rithbertaigh was slain this year, on the 
12th of the Ealends of August [July 21]. — Gormlaith> 
daughter of Ua Seghannain^ died. 

Ealends of Jan. on 5th feria, [7th of ihe moon], A.d [1438] 
1433. Ghreat war arose, between Mag Raghnaill of the 
PlaÍD,^ namely, Concobur and the sons of Mael[-Sh]ech- 
lainn Mag Baghnaill this year. The sons of Mael- 
Sechlainn brought the sons of Mathgamain Mac Caba 
to [aid] them for stipend and they [all] went on the 
offensive into the Plain and the town of Cathal Mag 
Raghnaill was bumed by them. A large pursuing party 
overtook them in leaving it. The sons of Mathgamain 
and their gallowglasses remained in the rear of the[ir] 
force. The large pursuing party overtook them without 
the knowledge of the[ir] force. Three of the sons of 
Mathgamain^ were slain that day and one man, namely, 
Eogan, their elder brother, was taken prisoner when he 
was half dead. Bossa and Donchadh and Brian were [the 
brothers] slain, with multitudes of their people along with 
them. A week, namely, before the feast of [Holy] Cross 
that [happened]. Sons [were] thoee that were in the mouth 

1438. * Fiain — Magh-Angaidhe 1 of Lough Finyo7,oo. Leitrim. 
(locall^ called <* The M07 "), Boutb I 'ira%amatii,— Mahon MacCabe, 



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126 ccMwala ulcroT). 

fin T)itl^ 1*0011, roititi-oelbafi ballac f afiaile'. — Coca-B 
moíi eue|i hlla WeiU 7 hlla n-*OofnnaiLl, iwn, N(all 
gapb, mac 'CoifVfV'oelbaig . hlla WeilL 7 eojan th) •boL, 

A 87b I r^ua^ mófi, a Lenmuin hUi *OomnailL 7 íHic UibiLin 
'fa T)uiC-q[iian. íHac T)omnaiLL na hOCLban T)oroiée£T;, 
cobLaC moji, a n-efiinn a comT)aiL hUi NeiLL T)o cumnum 
Leip. hlla T)omnaiLL 7 íílac UibiLin 7 HoibefVT) 8a6air 
T)o Lenmuin t)oiC \(x T)uib-q[vian 7 an caepai'becT; T)o 
buain T)ib uiLe 7 a mafvbaS Leifna hCCLbancaiC. CC|i 
T)etvmaifv 7 T)i€ T)aine T)o iabaifVT; Leo afv íHac UibiLin, 
yx nac uefvna* [aCr] a bej Leip T)ia muinncifi afa[n] 
T)uib-q[iian : an meiT) refina, fvo éoicfex; 05 pefifaic^ an 
CaifT)eiL N6a. hUa® NeiLL 7 Gnfir, iT)on, mac hlli íleiLL* 
7 íílac T)omnaiLL na hOCLban co n-a fLuagaiB T)0 •5uLa 
co hOCifVT)-5Laif 7 a LofcoS Leó T)o*n cufiuf fin. íHac 
T)omnailL 7 a fLua§ T)o t)uL í n-a lon^aitl 0CifVT)-5Laif 
co h1nif-eo§ain 7 hUa NeiLL t)0 íifi 1 n-a* aifvfvcif*, t)0 

B8ib innfvofe 'Chifve-ConaiLL. HecTXXin hUa | T)omnaiLL 7 
insen hlli ConÉobuifi paiL|i, iT)on, ben hlli T)omnaiLL 7 
meic^ fvi§ ConaLLaig oLceana t)o TX)i|ecT; 1 n-a com'baiL co 
hlníf^Bogoin 7 fic t)o T)enum arx^fvfia gan ceT) t)0 hlla 
T)omnaiLL hlla T)omnaiLL 7 ITlac UiCiLin t)0 'buL afi 
^aLLTxicr: na ÍHi'Be 7 fiann T)o '5enum fviu* a n-a§ai'5 hlli 
WeiLL. Ocuf fOfi ínaiT) in fvi§ T)o cabanvé fLuai^ moifi 
Leo co íílacaifie CCfVT)a-í11a6a 7 a n-T)oLa pa íHainifcifi 
na m-bfvacafi m-bocx; a n-CCfVT)-fnaca Ho innuÓDUfVT^ia 
cigiC T)o'n injfvuf f^n ^an nefx; t)o gabaiL. íílac UiBiLin 
T)o coinnme'5 Le JaLLaiC ÍHacaifie OifisiaLL lafi n-a 
innafiba'5 T)'Ua NeiLL. hUa T)omnaiLL t)o •5oLa TnmceLL 

1433. *-iio, B. '-ivccnf, B. «0, B. ^mac, A. «^a mac, i-ooii, 
eTi|\i— /iif «(wi, wxmXy, JJeiM^, B. " 'n-a ii-ai|itiéif— ío íA«r atV, B. 
» |ve "gallail) -0015— «^A iht J^oreiffnert by them, B. 



» JSo^aif.— O'Nettl. 1 (1431-8). 

*Deput^, — Sir Thomas Staule^ I » Poor -^art.— Tbe Franciscaiis, 



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[of everj one] in Ireland for the ezcellenoe of the familj 1433] 
of father andmother — namelj^ TJna, daughter of Johía 
lIaIlaighilKgh,[was] their mother — and for the excellence 
of their vigour and their ^hospitalitj and their prowess 
and their loyalty unto that day. The fif ih son of them 
escaped Bafe that day, namely, Toirdelbach the Freckled 
and 80 on. — Great war [arose] between TJa NeiU and 
Ua Domnaill, that is, Niall theRough, son of Toirdelbach. 
TJa Neill and Eogan * went [with] a large host in pursuit 
of TJa DomnaiU and Mac TJibilin into the Dubh-trian. 
Mac Domnaill of Scotland came [with] a numerous fleet 
to Ireland into the muster of Ua NeiU to aid him. TJa 
DomnaiU and Mao TJibiHn and Robert Savage were 
pursued by them iuto the Dubh-trian and their cattle 
were aU wrested from them and kiUed by tbe Scotch. 
Very great slaughter and loss of men were inflicted by 
them on Mac TJibiUn, so that only a few of his people 
escaped with him from the Dubh-trian : the amount that 
escaped, they feU at the river-pass of the New Castle. 
TJa NeiU and Henry, namely, the son of TJa NeiU and 
Mac DomnaiU of Scotland went with their hosts to Ard- 
glas and it was bumed by them on that expedition. 
Mac DomnaiU and his host went in their ships from 
Ard-glas to Inis-Eogain and TJa NeiU [went] by land to 
aid him, to harry Tir-Conaill. Nechtain TJa DomnaUl and 
the daughter of TJa Concobuir Faly, that is, the wife of 
TJa DomnaiU and the [Tir-]Conallian sons of [sub-]kings 
also went into conference with them at Inis-Eogain and 
peace was made between them without permission f rom 
TJa DomnaUI. [For] TTa DomnaiU and Mac TJibhUin went 
to the Foreign settlement of Meath and made a pact with 
them against TTa NeiU. And the deputy ^ of the king 
took a large host with them to the Plain of Ard-Macha 
and they went against the Monastery of Poor Friars^ in 
Ard-Macha. [But] they returned to their houses on that 

1f)io were inirodnoed into Ajnna^h dt^ in 1264, tupra. 



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128 



ccfiíiocLcc ulcroTi. 



na THi'fie fiafi co hCC€-luain 7 a •ool® an^n a n-[tl]iB- 
THaine. «iBal oi'&6e vo 'Benuni t)6 Txxfifvfna ín ÍHafiaiTie 
a cenn THic T^iafimarxi THuiti-luitis 7 aprn a cenn hlli 
Ruaific. hlla Ruaific Va innlacu'5 zaji eifvne anunn» 
htla NeilL 7 THa^ Ui'5i|i th) t>oI a|i Cael-uifci a coinne 
hlli *Oomnaill 7 fi€ th) 'oenum leif .— T)a §aif m coit> 
cenna t>o éabaitix; T)o THhaif^ei^, ni^en hlli Cepbaill, 
an blioBain fi^ — iT>on, ben an CaLbai| hUi Concobuif, 
iT>on", fi hUa-paiL^' — vo T)amaiC eiienn*" 7T>o£Liafaitl / 
afiaiLe^ — TTlac TTlagnufa TTle^ tli'5if, iT)on, Ca€aL mofi* 
TTlacTTla^nufa'* (mac^ an 5^^^^® bui'Be*), t)o eg an 
bLiofiain fi^ iT)on^ La f eiLi TTliciLT^ofonnfa'D : iT)on, pef 
v\%í ai'be'5 coiTXíinn vo '5aniait5 7 t)0 '5eoíia'5aib 7 vo 
cLiafaiB Ofenn 7 CCLban, suf'Lin* cLu an ChaíaiL fin 
Cif e 7 CCLba^. Ocuf a mac t)o €o§a['5] 1 n-a ina'S, iT)on, 

1433. • -0010. B. >»after 6liaTiai6, B. »i =13f2b. jPromiT)on (1. 10)to 
btii'óe) (both incl.) is placed after this «rord, B " 5U|i* bo lan 6i|ie 7 
CClba uile «do cla an Chatoil fin— •© that full were [Ut, was] aJlIreland 
and Scotland of the fame ofthat Cathal^ B. » =^-*. 



^Plain^^Ot Ck>imaiiglit. 

' Tíoo invitatioHS, — ** It waa shee 
that twioe in one jeare proolaimed 
to and commonlj invited (that ia, 
in the dark dajs of the yeare) to 
wit, on the feast daj of Da Sin- 
chell [Mar. 28] in Killaichy [Eil- 
leigh, Eing*8 co.] all persons both 
Iríah and Scotish^or rather Albians, 
to two generall feasts of bestowing 
both meate and mone.Tes, with all 
other manner of g^ts : wherinto 
gathered to receoe gífts the matter 
of two thonsand and seauen hun- 
dred personB, besideB gameBters 
and poore men, as it was recorded 
in a roU to that purpose. And 
that aooovnt was made thofl, nt 
Tidimns (vle.) : the oheiftaine of 
eaoh famelie of the leamed Irish 



was hj Gilla - na - naomh Mao 
Aegim's hand written in that roU 
— the chiefe judg to O'Conner 
[Falj] — and his adherents and 
kinsmeny so that the aforesaid 
number of 2,700 was Usted in that 
roU with the arts of dan, or poetrj, 
mu8Íok and antíqnitie. And Mae- 
lyn O'Maelconrj, one of the chiefe 
leamed of Connaght, was the first 
writen in that roU and first pajed 
and dieted, or set to sup[p]er, and 
those of his name after him. And 
so forth, eyery one, as he was 
payed, he was writen in that roU, 
for feare of mistake, and sett 
downe to eate afterwards. 

And Margarett on the garretts 
of the great churoh of Da Sinceall, 
olad in doath of gold, her deerest 



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occagíon withoat obtainíng swaj. Mac TJibilin was biUeted 
by the Foreigners of the Plain of Oirgialla after his 
expulsion by Fa NeiU. Ua DomnaiU went around Meath 
westwards to Atb-luain and went thence into TJi-Maine. 
A night marcb was made bj him across the Flain ^, to 
meet Mao Diarmata of Magh-Luírg and thence to meet 
TJa Euairc. TJa Euairc escorted him over beyond the 
£ma TJa NeiU and Mag TJidhir went to Narrow-Water 
to meet TJa Domnaill and peace was made with him. — 
Two general invitations^ were given this year by Margaret, 
daughter of TJa Cerbaill, namely, wife of the Calbacb 
TJa Concobuir, king of Ofialy, to the [bardic] bands 
of Ireland and to^ [their] retinues and so forth. — Mao 
Maghnusa Mag TJidhir, namely, Cathal Mor^ Mac Magb- 
nusa (son of the Tawny Gilli e®), died this year, the 
day of the feast of [St.] Michael [Sep. 29] precÍ8ely : to 
wit, a man who kept a general guest-house for [bardic] 
bands and for pilgrims and for [bardic] retinues of Ireland 
and Scotland, so that the fame of that Cathal fiUed 
Ireland and Scotland. And bis son, namely, Catha 
junior, was chosen in his place by TJa NeiU and by Mag 



[1483] 



fríends about lier, ber dergfj 
and jadges too, Calwagli [her 
hnsband] himselfe being on horse- 
back bj the chnroh's ontward side, 
to the end that aU things mightbe 
done orderlj and each one serued 
snocesfduelj. And, fírst oí all, she 
gave two chalices of gold as offer- 
ings that daj on the altar of Gk>d 
Almightj and she also cansed to 
nnrae, or foster, two yonng or- 
phans. • . 

As she gane the second inTÍting 
proclamation (to ererj one that 
oame not that day) on the feast 
daj of the Assnmption of onr 



blessed Ladj Marj in Harueet 
[Ang. 16] at, or in, Rath-imajn 
[Rathangau, Ring's oo.]. And so 
we hane been informed that that 
second daj . . was nothing in- 
ferior to the first," M. F. (=^n- 
Tials of Ireland, 144^-68^ translated 
by Duald Mao Firbis ; Miscel. Ir. 
Arch. Soc. I.) p. 227-8. 

^Cathal 3for.--Grandfather of 
the Compiler of the present Annals. 

^The Tawny GiUie.—Dieá in 
1401, supra (p. 47: where, for 
"The son of Maghnus," read 
'* Mao Maghnusa.*' He was son of 
Matthew, who died 1342, suprá). 



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l'^O ccMMalcc ulcroTi. 

Cotal 05, •DO' hUa Weill 7 vo Vnha^ \Í\^yjC 7 afiaila — 
A 87c eisneacan | htla "OomnailL 'oo 'ooL* a|i cfieifi ají a T)efi- 
btiaéaifi pein^ i-oon, a|i *Oonn£a* hUa n-T)oiíinaiLL' 
*Oonn£a'5 th) t)uL a cofiai'BefT; na cpeice 7 Bi^nefan vo 
mafvbafi Do'n cufiur fin 7 aiiaiLe. — 8arhj\a'5 ^ofirac vo 
ceíx; an bLiofiain fi^ iT)on, Samfia'B na mefiaiéne 
T)o" 50i|v€i 'oe" ; uaifi ni airneT) neac caem, no capa, ann 
La meT) na sopTO.— CCe'5 hUa Coficfiain, iT)on, fai cfiui- 
u\ie, T)o 05 in bLia'bain fi^ — íílac hUi Concobuif f uai'B 
iT)on, CaraL T)uC, t)o eg in** bLiofiain fi' : iT)on, orfibuíi 
fii§ Connacc afi cpo'bacT; 7 afi uaifLe foLa 7 afaiLe'. — 
^iLLa-Cfifc hUa "Ofoma, iT)on, fgoLos mai6 t)0 bi 1 
n-onoif líioif a^ CouaL" mof fllac íílalnufa, obnT; 5 
]CaLenT)af (aLiaf, Wonaf) ÍHaii . 

]CaL. lan. ui. jp., [U* x.uiiiV,] CCnno T)omini ÍTI. cccc." 
axtx.' 1111.** hUa Ofain Lai§en vo eg in bLia'5ain fi^ — 
íílac Cfuran T)'heg°in bLia'Sain' fi^: iT)on, 8en£a ÍHac 
Cfuicin, iT)on^ oLLatíi hUi bfiain fie fencuf^ — hUa 
WeiLL T)o •buL, fLuog mof, in* bLia'bain fi'^T^o miLLiu'5 
^aLLna THi'be, iT)on*, fecrmain fe feiL íl1iciL'7 hUa 
*OomnaiLL gu n-a fLua| fafif hUa MeiLL T)o'n TX)ifc fin 
B 84c 7 f Lua| an Coici'b | uiLe coLeif fafif . 5^LL an u-Sf aT)- 
baiLe t)0 roigefc a coinne hUi NeiLL 7 a cif vo íabaifT; 
vo 7 mofan* aiLe vo coméacaiC T)'f a^baiL t)o T)o'n THíf uf 
fin^ 8Lia6-bfea§ T)0 Lofca'b^ Leo 7 Tllacaipe OifgiaLL 
uiLe. Ocuf th) Éuai'b laf um cLann hUi WeiLL T)0 Lofca'b^ 

1433. ••Dola, A. "»"» croefiéi p|iif— ira< applied [lit. said] to it, B. 
»-» -00 mtiiiinciTi Cata[i]l ihoip. TTla[i]c TTla5nti|Xí, »io|\ci3tif efc— o/ the 
peopié of Cathai Mor Mao Maghnusa, dltd, B. 

1434. ^-gao, A. •* bl., A, B. »> om., B. «^ after the second C|\uiciii, B. 
d^ =»>. •^ ,ni peil Tni6l na bliaxma [fa]— a^< the feasi of Michael 
of [thit\ yar, B. « leipn f ltia5~6y th$ hoet, B. 



1434. ' Mac Cht/fifi.— See 1405, note 2, siipra. 



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TJidhir and so on. — ^Eignecan TTa Domnaill went on araid [1438] 
against his own brother, namely, against Donchadh TJa 
DomnailL Donchadh went in pursuit of the prey 'and 
Eignecan was slain on that occasion and so on. — ^A Summer 
of famine came this year, namelj, The Suramer oí 
theAberration it used to be called ; for nobod y re- 
cognised a dear one, or friend then, for the gr«atnes3 of the 
famine. — Aedh Tla Corcrain, namely, an eminent harper, 
died this year. — The son of TJa Concobuir the Red, namely, 
Gathal the Black, died this year : to wit, one that was fit 
to be king of Connacht for bravery and for nobility of 
blood and so on. — GiUa-Crist TJa Droma, namely, an 
excellent farmer, who was [held] in great honour by Cathal 
Mor Mao Maghnusa, died on the 5th of the Kalends (or, 
Nones) of May [Ap. 27 ; or, May 3]. 

Ealends of Jan. on 6th feria, [18th of the moon], a.d. [1434] 
1434. TJa Brain of Leinster died this year. — Mac 
Cruiiin^ died this year: to wit, Sencha Mac Cruitin, 
namely, the professor of history of TJa Briain. — TJa NeiU 
went [with] a great host a week before the feast of [St.] 
Michael this year to destro^ the Foreigners of Meath and 
TJa Donmaill, with his host, w£is with TJa Neill on that ex- 
pedition and the host of the whole Province [of TJlster] 
was with him. The Foreigners of Sradbaile came to 
meet TJa NeiU and gave him their tribute and many other 
contríbutions were got by him on that occasion. Sliabh- 
Bregh was bumed by them and all the Plain of Oirgialla. 
And afterwards the sons of TJa NeiU, namely, Henry and 
Aedh, went to burn the Obair.* But, whilst they were 
buming it,[Stanley] the deputy of the king came upon them 
and proceeded to pursue them. Henry and Aedh remained 

* The Obair, — The Wcrk ; angli- 1 the native artiole with the noun), 
Qised (by amalgflmating the n of | The Nobber (co. Meath). 

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tia hOibtii, 1*0011, 6nfii 7 CCe^. 1n Txxn lafium fio boDtiti 
oc a lorca'feS befvif ipe\i inaiu ín fij TX)fV|io 7 fio §aB 05 
cofuxi'fiefiT; pofifia*. OCnaif enfii 7 CCe'5 afi •oefie'B a 
mtiinnrifie 7 fiucaDUfi leo iod co fona, fenamail an* la 
l^n. Ro cuai'D lafium hUa T)omnaiLl 7 a mac, iDon» 
'CoififiDelCac, iDon% a-bbufi fii§ 'Cifie-ConaiU 7 ÍHac 
CacTÍiail D'iafifiarS ODala in la cecna. ÍHaficfluag Sall 
Do éesTÍiaiL D016 7 cumufc'^ do éabaific D*a ceiLe D016 7 
htlaT)omnaiLLDO§abaiL Le ^aLLaiB in La fin 7 THac 
Ca€tíiaiL 7 CoififiDeLbac hUa T)omnaiLL do mafiboS 
DoiB*" 7 CCe-B, mac in efpuic íHic CaémaiU hUa MeiLL 
DO inncoé an La afi naiíiafiac Dia €15 7 afiaiLe. — CaéaL 
bo'fiafi hUa Ruaifvc moficuuf efc. — hUa Ruaific D'heg 
in bLiofiain f i^ : iDon, Zai's^ mac dsefinain moifi hUi 
Ruaifc, iDon, f efv einig 7 ejnuma.— 8icc mofi do nnnf- 
5na['b]an-DefveD nabLiofina fa^ (bLia-bain* na feici 
moifve*): iDon, coic feccmuine fvia WoDLaig 7 a* bei€ 
co cenn* f ecx; fe£t;muine i^ n-a Diaig. Ocuf no im€i§Dif 
TOinui bo 7 ei£ ím'&a 7 Daine 7 capaiLL pfvimLocanna 
A 87d Cfienn. | Ocuf cucaD afi mofi pofi enLaié Ofvenn pofifan* 
ficfin 7 afiaiLe. — ^Donn Ca€anac íHas Lli'&ifv vhe^ 8°^ 
]CaLenDaf mafvcii™.— ÍHaigifcep T)einif TTlac SiLLa- 
Choii^Le obiiT; 5* iDUf maii*. — Lucaf hUa leanna[i]n, 
pfvioip Leafa-gabaiL, mofvuuuf^ efd 15* ]CaLenDaf 
Nouembfvif*. 

(mafia'* Con^aiLe, oifvcinneac Rofa-oifvcif, f^aoi'5 
mic Lei|inn [d he^]".) 

1434. * in, A. • -f& A. » oti cloiTiii hUi ÍJeilt— on the sona of Ua 
NeillyB, ^leo— 61/ them, K 1 1=1397«-«. JJ om., A. k_H. i^ 
an, B. »•"» ^ISQS®^. nn=l383K 



» TaJken prisoner.^See the final 1 1439, infra, 
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at the rear oi their people and brought them off [saf e] 
with them spiritedlj, proeperouslj that day. Af terwards, 
TJa DomDaill and his son, that is, Toirdelbach, namelj, 
future king of Tir-ConaiU and Mac Cathmail went in 
search of chattel the same day. The horse-host oí the 
Foreigners met them and an encounter was mutually 
given by them and ITa DomnaiU was taken prisoner^ by 
the Foreigners that day and MacCathmail and Toirdelbach 
TJa DomnaiU and Aedh, son of the biehop* Mac CathmaU, 
were slain by them Ua NeiU retumed the foUowing day 
to his house and so on. — Cathal Ua Ruairc the Deaf 
died. — ^Ua Buairc died this year : namely, Tadhg, son of 
Tighernan Mor Ua Buairc ; to wit, a man of hospitaUty 
and prowess. — Great frost began at the end of thís year 
(the year of the great frost); namely [itbegan] 
five weeks before Christmas and lasted to the end of seven 
weeks after. And numerous herds of cattle and horses and 
people and [pack-]horses used to go upon the chief lakes 
of Ireland. And great destruction was inflicted upon the 
fowl of Ireland during* that frost and so on. — Donn 
Cathanach* Mag Uidhir died on the 8th of the Kalends 
of March [Feb. 22].— Master Denis Mac GiUa-Coisgle 
died on the 5th of the Ides [3rd] of May. — Luke Ua 
Leanna[i]n, prior of Lis-gabail, died on the 15th of the 
£alends of November [Oct. 18]. 

(Matthew^ O'CongaUe, herenagh of Bos-oircir, an 
eminent student of literature [died].) 



L1484] 



(Hao CaweU, not Brían: of. 1427, 
n. 5, 9uprá), bÍBhop oí Clogher, 
ob. 1432, supra, 
• During. — ^Literallj, upotu 
< Ca^iiacA.--Tbat ÍB, foetered 



in Oirecht-Ui-Cathain (0'Kane'8 
ooontrj, Keenaght, oo. London- 
derry). 

^ McUÍhew, etc, — Giyen in the 
F, M, under this jear. 



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134 ccMMalcc ulcroh. 

lCaL lan. uii. p., [L*xx.ix. ,] CCnno T)oTnini ÍH.* cccc. 
ocxx.'* u.** hXla NeiU vo '5ul, fluag, a peiiaiB-íllanafi 
in bliaíain fi 7 lon^pofiT; •oo ^abaiL 'do pofi CpaiB-hUi- 
phuaT)acain 7 a bei[í] rpi hoi-bci pofifii. pi|v-íl1anac th) 
cofi a n-inii|ice'D pofi Loc fiap 7 ni tiaCaDU|i a|iíiq[iaié[i] 
aco, aíx; en leac-oi'5|ie'5 p 0|i an ioc. Ocuf •oo cuaDUfi a 
m-ba uile 7 a capaiLl TnaficLai^ pop^ toc fiaii^ íílas 
Ui'fiiti 1)0 TnnoL fLuaig moifv pe ha|ai'5^ hlli NeiLL 7 fié 
T)o •5enum aTx^ppa pa 'oepe^ 7 ÍHo^ LIi'5iíi'do'5oL a cenn 
hlli WeiLL hUa WeiLL -00 •ouL* affin a 'Citi-ConaiLL' T) a* 
hinnfa'5*. toifsfii mopa T)o 'Denum •doiB •Do'n tnjf Uf i^n 
7 8eaan, mac T)omnaiLL hUi T)omnaiLl, vo niafba'5 Leo 
•D'en upCufi foi^De. hUa* NeiLL -00 €oi|>ecT; Dia €ig Do'n 
cupuf fin. — ^DomnaLL, mac Oogain íTles Ca|i|i€ai|, 
iDon, feiceiíí coiccinn fob' fep p do** bi a n-epinn** í n-a 
aimfif, DO roinm Le 'CaD^, mac Cofimaic, mic T)iatimaTO 
Tine[T^] Caffrai§. — CunDaif T)ef-Tnuííian do eg in 
bLia-Sain t^i* : iDon, ingen íHic UiLLiam bufc, iDon, ben 
í^hemaif lapLa. — ^Donn, mac Con-Connacc nies Ui'5iti, 
B 84d Do 05 in bLia-^ain fi* | laf m-buai'5 ai€f igi : n)on, fep 
ei'nig 7 egnuma. Ocuf a '^oL a n-OpD ChananaS CLuana- 
eoíf^, afi cuf an c-fae§aiL De ap 5f a'^ an' Coim'5e§' 7 
afaiLe. — Comaenxxi cof^ai-^ 'do •5enam do bfian 05** hUa 
WeiLL 7 -00 Necuain hUa T)omnaiLL a n-agai'5 hUi WeiLL 
(i'Don,*eo|ain*)7 a cLainm'. hUa^NeiLL— 7 acLann (iDon,^ 
hOnfi 7 CCe'5^) do jLuaf a£c a caefai'5ecTxi — do '^oL a 

1485. » hcróaig, A. '•oola, A. » 0, B. •» bL, A, B. "^poTifan leic 
f\í\ san coi|i|iliTi5— on ^hat iee mthout falling [through], B. «7, d., B, 
«*oin., B. «^d-d. f^ Cluoin-eoif— /n Clonts, B. «•«•06— o/ od, B. 
>» om., A. "=1392»». J i-Don, en|ii 7 (X&b-^meltf, Henry and Aedh— 
itL, t. h., B. k-k iti.^ t, h., A ; given previouslj (as in í), B. 



1436. ^ rA^re.— Literall^, upon 1 [fem.]— bar. of Tipkenn6dy, 00. 
her (the hill of OreoTe — - Craebh I Fermanagh). 



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£alends of Jan. on 7th feria, [29tli of the moon,] a.d. [1486] 
1435. Tla Neíll went [with] a host ínto Fir-Manacli 
this year and encampment was taken by him on Craebli- 
Ui-Fhuadacliain and he was three nights there.^ The 
Fir-Manach sent their moveables over Lough [Eme] west- 
wards And they had no vessels, but the solid ice on 
the Lough [to carry them]. And all their cows and 
their pack-hor8e8 went upon the Lough westwards. 
Mag Uidhir mustered a large host against Ua Neill, 
but peace was made between them at the end and 
Mag Uidhir went to meet Ua Neill. Ua Neill went from 
that into Tir-Conaill, to harry it. Qreat bumings were 
done by them on that expedition and John, son of Domnall 
Ua Domnaill, was slain by them with one shot of an 
arrow. Ua NeiU went to his house [in triumph] on that 
occasion. — Domnall, son of Eogan Mag Carthaigh, namel^, 
the best general protector that was in Ireland in his timOi 
fell by Tadhg, son of Cormac, son of Diarmait Mag 
Carthaigh. — The Countess of Desmond died this year : 
namely, the daughter of Mac WiUiam de Burgh, that is, 
the wife of Earl James.* — Donn, son of Cu-Connacht 
Mag Uidhir, died this year af ter victory of penance : to 
wit, a man of hospitaIíty and prowess. And he had 
gone into the Order of Oanons of Cluain-eois, after Iaying 
aside the world for love of the Lord, and so on. — Alliance 
of war was made by Brian Ua NeiII junior and by Nechtain 
Ua DomnaiII against Ua NeiII (namely, Eogan) and hia 
sons. Ua Neill, with his sons (namely, Henry and 
Aedh) leading the foraying-band, went into Cenel-Moen 
to encounter Brian and Nechtain. The camp of Ua NeiU 
was formed in the Rasa that time. When Nechtain and 
Brian junior heard that, they assembled their host into 

» Earl James.^See 1430, note 9, ««jwa. 



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136 ccMMaLoc ularoTi. 

Cinel-TTloein* a coin-oe bpiain 7 NecTxiin. Lonspotic 
hlli Neíll vo §abaiL ifna RafaiB an can fin. íTlup.'* 
•00 cuala* Neccain 7 b|iian 05 fin*, •oo uinoileDU|v^ a 
fluai§ a* n-ein ina'5** T)o" éabaitix; amai]^ longpuiiiTf* pof 
hUa WeilL" 7 ran^aDUti* pompo, no co pangaDUfi na 
Rapa*. hUa WeíLL do cop afa Lon^pofc D'a ainDeoin 
D01C** an oi'5ci fin 7 Lonjpoiic do JabaiL doiC pein an 
oi'bci fi[n] ifna Rafaií^ hUa WeiLL 7 a cLann 7 ÍHac 
*OoninaiLL ^aLLo^lac do '5oL a comaipLe ci-B do 'BenDai'r 
A 88a an oi'bci f in. 1f 1 inio|ipo comuif Le -00^ f onfaDUf^ | i'oon, 
innfoi§i'& Lon^puipc do rabaif r pof an f Lua§. 6nf 1 hUa 
WeiLL -00 Denum cengca mairi pe ÍHac n-T)omnaiLL 7 fie 
n-a bfairpiB^pein 7 pe n-a Lucc Leanamna, i-oon, meanma 
maií Do beic acu cum a namccD. Wi Dubofi 01*506 7 n? 
bancrS jnuifeDO ponfac® no huaifLe pan aiéefg fin 7 -00 
^LuaifeDUf f ompo af* a cnrLe fin* co cai, cofDoSac, no* co 
pansaDUf* an* LonspofiT;. T)o'cuai'5imoffo enpi hUa'' 
WeiLL** f ompo' co cfO'5a, cof^up ac 7 co* LaiDip, LancaLma, 
co pan^aDup ap Laipme-^on a namaD*. T)o* buaiL 
imof po niac T)orTinaiLL ^aLLo^Lac 7 niac Suibne panoo 
ap a ceiLe annfin*. Ocuf do baDup Laic a^ a LeaDpa^ 
aix)ppa ap gafi Lei€ Dib. Wi airni^if Dono na capaiD 
7 na namaiD a ceiLe ifin ^Leo fin, q[ie '5opcacT; na ^01*500 
7 rpe DLuf na Laecp ^1*50. T)o fgeinnDif Dono caepéa 
ueine'^ do ceinnbepciB na cup ^-5 7 do LuipecaiC na Laec^. 
'CappLaDono CCe'5htla MeiLL^bpian oghtlaíleiLL'fcc"- 

1436. ^-Tnogam, A. • -tiveacaib (i.e. dedined in pl. as a e-Btean), A. 
•fionaDtifi, A. 'laeciun'óe (with dots imder fioi'óe)» A. * cinol 
(inf.), B. ™-"» 7 amtif loti5ptii|ic vo tabaific— ai»rf a caw^ atUuJe 
was given^ B. ■•ooib — 6y tJiem — ad., B. «^7 lao pem -00 fnn'óe 
arm — and they themselvea settled ihere, B. P-Ppo ómnfec — théy decided 
ofi, B. <ij;tifaii— ío íhe^ B. '7, pref., B. "ipn lon5pti|ic — into the 
encampment^ad,f B. *-*|io btiailfec, caé a ceile -016, 00 lai'oe|\, 
Uméalma po|v lati m longptiiiic — they smote^ each the other of them^ 
vower/ulljff fuU excellentíy, ín the centreo/the ^ncampment, B. 



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ANHALS OF ULSTER. 137 

one plaoe to deUTer a camp assault upon Ua NeiU and [14861 
went forward, untU tliey reached the Easa. Fa Neill 
was put out from his camp, in his despite, by them 
that night and the camp was occupied by themselTes that* 
night in the Easa. TJa Neill and his sons and Mac 
Domnall the Gallowglass proceeded to deliberate what 
they should do that night. This is the counsel they 
adopted : * namely, to delÍTer a camp assault upon the 
[hostile] host. Henry Tla NeiU made good discourse to 
Mac DomaaiU and to his own kinsmen and to his followers : 
namely, that they should haTe good courage against their 
enemies. Not blackening of night and not blanching of 
TÍsage did the nobles act at that incentÍTe and they marched 
fcrward afterwards quietly, silently, until they reached 
the camp. Howbeit, Henry Ua Neill went in front of 
them courageou8ly, TÍctoriou8ly and powerfully, full 
splendidly, until they reached the Tery centre of theír 
enemies. But Mac DomnaiU the GaUowglass and Mac 
Suibne of Fanad f eU in with each other then. And heroes 
were hacking at one another* on eTery side. MoreoTer, the 
friends and the enemies recognised not each other in that 
contest, through darkness of the night and through thick- 
ness of the heroic force. Howbeit, balls of fire leaped 
from the helmets of the champions and from the breast- 
plates of the heroes. Now, Aedh XJa NeiU and Brian TJa 
NeiU junior chanced to meet each other in that fray. 
Aedh gaTe a stroke of a jaTelin to Brian, so that he 
8eriously injured him. Brian and Nechtain escaped that 
night and their gaUowglasses were left [behind] by them 
after that party. StiU, knowledge of their defection was 



» That^TMt (plainlj, a Bozibal • ^ At oru another. — Literally 
ezTor) in ihe original. I hetweenthem. 

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138 ccMwccLcc ulcroTi. 

itigoil fin pfii a íeile. CCe'5 T)o€abaitiT; buille fle\%\ a\i 
bpian, ^iiíi'qfiomloiT; he. b|iian 7 Mecrain th) elo§ fiom- 
po an oi'fea fin 7 a n-salloslaic 'o'pa^bail t>oiC Txitieif na 
TX)tiainT) fin. Wi poibe lapuni pif a n-efba-Ba ag peT)ain 
'5iC an oi'bci fin. íHafi fuaifi ÍHao Suibne f if WecTxxin 
7 bfiain 015 T)'a f a^bail fein, 'f 0*5 imoffo comuifle 
vo foine : fgiac caf lop^ t>o §aCail 7 elog ^an fif v'hXla 
WeiLU 6nfi 7 a bfairf 1 T>'fa§ail a fofa fin 7 íílac 
8uibne T)o lenniuin t>oi6 7 íílaiT)m 8hleibe-qfiuím t>o 
buain afou. íílac 8ui6ne f ein T)o jabail ann co focai'5e 
T>ia muinnTnf. hUa Weill T)'on cufUf fin co cofsujiafi 
7 afaile. 

(B continues after leaT)f aé : 
ocof pa ann. Ocuf f bi a cfiic : f fa^ba^B in lonjpof t; 
a^ hlJa NeiLl 7 ag a cLainn 7 fo éeiéfix; an Lu£t; fo bai 
ann 7 f o f ájfaT; mof an T>ia muinnnf. Ocuf fo gaba* 
niac Suibne ap namápac co fo€ai'5iC aiLiB maiLLe ffif. 
Ocuf cáini^ hUa WeiLL co cofgufaS, ca€bua5ac T)ia íi§ 
T>o'n TnifUf fin.) 

WeaScain hUa T)omnaiLL t>o íabaifT; caifoeiL CC€a- 
fenai§T>o bficm 05 hUa WeiLL oif comaenTxii'5® 005^1*5 
a n-a^ai'^ hUi WeiLL. bfian imoffo** t)o f eLL af Weccain 
7 T^uL"* T>o* cum hlli WeiLL T)0fi['5]ifi 7 bafT)a[i] vo fag- 
baiL hr ccaifLen' CC€a-fenai§*. — hUa^ WeiLL t)0 |abaiL 
bfiain 015 hlli NeiLL^ in bLicc^ain fi 7 cof 7 Larh t)0 
buain T)e 7 T>iaf mac t>o bf lan (iT>on*, 006^5* . . ) T>o ciff- 
ba5* Leif fOf 7' af aiLe^ — hOibef t), mac UiLLiam hUi peji- 
gaiL, T)0 mafbcr5 in bLia'^ain fi*: iT>on, fai cinn-fea5na, 
Le THaiLif, mac hOipibefT) 7* apaiLe^ — ÍHa^ [C]t\ai€ 
'Cefmainn T)abeo[i]5 t)o ej; in bLia'5ain fi*: iT>on^ 8eaan 
mof íHas [Cjfaií^, iT)on, fef n|i ai'5e'5 co coiT^cinn 

1436. •-ncOjB, •ao|\-, A, «a — Aw — ^pref,, B, ^•^i|»an caifcel — 
in i?ié caatle^ B. ^•''b|iian og'Dogabail loif hUa í\e\VCSrUin pinior 
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not had by portion of them tbat níght. When Mac 
Suibne got tidings of Nechtain and Brian junior having 
abandoned himself, this is the counsel he adopted : ^ 
[himself] to cover the rear* and to escape without the 
knowledge of IJa NeiU. Heniy and his Idnsmen got 
knowledge of that and Mac Suibne was pursued by them 
and the defeat of Sliab-truim was inflicted on them. 
Mac Suibne himself was taken prisoner there, with a 
multitude of his peopla Fa NeiU on that occasion [went 
home] triumphantly, and so on. 

(B continues after hacking: 
at one another^ there. And the end of it was : the camp was 
abandoned to Ua Neill and to his sons and the f orce that 
were in it fled and left many of their people [slain.] And 
Mac Suibne was taken prisoner, with many others with 
him, on the morrow. And Fa NeiU went triumphantly> 
battle-victoriou8ly to his house on that occasion.) 

Nechtain IJa DomnaiU gave the castle of Ath-senaigh 
to Brian TJa NeiU junior for aUiance of war against Fa 
NeiU. Brian, however, f aUed Nechtain and went to TJa 
NeiU again and [his] wards"^ were left in the castle of 
Ath-senaigh. — TJa ,NeiU® took Brian Fa NeiU junior 
prísoner this year and a hand and foot were taken ofi^ him 
and two sons of Brian (namely, Aedh [and . . .]) were 
mutilated by him also and so on. — Hubert, son of WilUam 
TJa FerghaU, namely, an eminent leader, was kiUed this 
year by Meyler, son of Hubert® and so on. — Mag Craith, 
of the Termon of [St.] Dabeog, died this year : namely. 



[1485] 



^Cowr iht rear, — Literallj, to 
pla€€ a ihield acrots the tracJe, 

' WítrdSf #ítf.— That is, Brian re- 
tained ihe castle, notwithBtanding 
hÍ8 defeotíon from O'Donnell. 

* Ua K€iU, efc— Thi8 appears to 



be a distinot item. It seemB im- 
probable that Brían was maltreated 
on the oooasion of amiounoing his 
adherenoe to O'Neill. 

^Buberi. — Apparentlj, O'Far- 
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I4t) ccMwccla uloroTi. 

'f a|iaile^ — T3oi|V|i'Delba£ íílac T)ofntiailU fai B^illoslaS, 
A 88b I Tnof\Tnj[u]r ^f^ — h^« petié«il "oo ej in blia'oain fi*, 
iT)on, T)oninall hlla pefi^ail, iDon*, Txiifec na hCCngaile. 
— hlla T)oninaill th) b|\eií th) ShalUntl leo a ^aacanaiB 
in blia'oain fi: iT>on, Wi'all, mac CoifiiiT^elbais hlli 
T)oninaill. 

[l)-] ]CaL 1 an. i. p., [L.* oc*,] OCnno T)ofnini m .° cccc^ ocxoc** ui.* 
B 85a I Concobup, mac 8eaain hUi Rai^iUis, iT)on, mac \l\% an 
T)a b|ieif ne, T)0 e^ in blioBain fi, iT)on, pef eini§ 7 
e^numa. — Niall, mac Bo^ain hlli WeiU, t)0 ríiaixbafi afi 
Sjieif 01*501** 1 n-a ng^ pein T)0 Clainn-Cmaié in 'Cfiuca 7 
mofan T)ia muinnciii 7 afiaile. — Cpannoj Loca-Lae§- 
aifvi^ T)o laBaiL Le cLainn bfiain 015 hUi WeiLL in bLi- 
a^ain fi. hlla WeiLL 7 6npi hUa í1eiLLT)OT>oLaT:imceLL 
an loca 7 pf t)0 íuf uara af cenn ííles Ui'biii, iT)on> 
"Comaf 05 íílas Ui-Bif, iT)on, pi pep-íílanac. Ocuf t)0' 
boDUf" ag T)enum coice-o t)0 gabaiL na* cf annoisi** f 0|i 
cLainn bfiain 015. 1f hi imoffo^ comuifLe t)0 fonfaT) 
cLann bfiain: in cfanno^ T)0 cabaifx; t)' hllaíleiLL^ 
fié T)0 T)enum. hUa NeiLL 7 ÍHas Ui'biíi T)o t)uL afi 
innfoili-b co 'Cif-CCe'oa. Cfeca mofa 7 aif^ im'oa 7 
eacca T)aine t)o '5enum Leo T)o'n cupuf fin. 8eaan íílac 
^iLLa-ÍHafcain, iT)on, T^oipffeoip Tines Ui'Bif, t)0 maf- 
ba-b T)o'n uuf Uf fin Lefin TX)f ai-b (iT)on*, cLann CuimiLin 
bUi ^haLLcobaif*). hUa WeiLL 7 Cnfi hUa WeiLL 7 
ííla^ Ui'bip T)o coigecu T)ia TnéT)o 'n cufUf fin 7 apaiLe. 

1436. 'coig, A. »-e, A. •*=U32**. bom., A. c-«bee T>oib 
(imprsnl. form of textl. expression), B. * * m Loca — of the Lough^ B. 



1486. *Oaimoy. — Tree-8tructurt\ 1 foondation of wooden piles. 
built in a lake, or marah, on a I * Adopted,^Cf. 1436, note 4. 



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ANNALS OP ULSTER. 141 

John Mor Mag Craith, that is, a man who kept a general [U86] 
gaest-house and so on. — Toírdhelbach Mac Domnaill, an 
eminent gallowglass, died. — TJa Ferghail died this year : 
namely, Domnall TJa Ferghail, that is, chief of the 
Anghaile. — TJa DomnaiU, namely, Niall, son of Toirdel- 
bach Ua DomnaiU, was carried by the Saxons with them 
into Saxon-land this year. 

Xalends of Jan. on Ist feria, [lOth of the moon,] a.d. [1436 B.] 
1436. Concobur, son of John TJa RaighiUigh, namely, 
son of the king of the two Breifni, to wit, a man of 
hospitality and prowess, died this year. — Niall, son of 
Eogan TJa Neill and many of his people were slain in his 
own house on a night incursion by the Clann-Cinaith of 
the Triuch and so on. — ^The Crannog^ of Loch-Laeghairi 
was taken by the sons of Brian TJa NeiU junior this year. 
TJa Neill and Henry TJa Neill surrounded the Lough and 
intelligence was sent f rom them to apprise Mag TJidhir, 
namely, Thomas Mag TJidhir junior, that is, the king of Fir- 
Manach. And they were making cots to take the Crannog 
from the sons of Brian junior. But this is the counsel 
thesons of Brian adopted:^ to give up the Crannog to 
TJa Neill and to make peace. TJa NeiU and Mag Uidhir 
[then] went to attack to Tir-Aedha. Great forays and 
numerous devastations and slaughters^ of people were 
done by them on that occasion. John Mac Gille-Martain, 
namely, door-keeper of Mag TJidhir, was slain on that 
occasion by the pursuing party (that is, the sons of 
Tuimilin TJa Gallcobair). TJa Néill and Henry TJa NeiU 
and Mag TJidhir went to theír house[s] [in triumph] on 
that occasion and so forth. 



» Slauphter$,^lMeíráhjt deedi. Cf, [1866], note 6, ntpra. 



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142 ccMwaLcc uLccoti. 

lCaL lan. 111. -p., [L* xx.i.*,] ^OCnno *Ooniini TTl.* cccc.* 
axKx.* U11." íl1aeil[-8h]eacLainn hUa íHaiLconaifie vo 05 
in bLia^ain f 1. — ^'LLa-paDfuxi^ hUa Capmuic, iwn, 
mac Concubaifi hUi Cafimuic, mopmuf epc 13^ ]CaLen'Daf 
'Decimbpif^ — Ca€aL hUa 'Cpefiíig -do* eg 6 l'ouf Occo- 
briiiA 

]CaL lan. 1111. p., [L.*ii.',] CCnno T)omini ÍTl.'cccc. ocaac.* 
U111.* Concobufi ÍTlac CCe'5a5a[i]n "do e^ in bLia'bain fi : 
i'Don, oLLam CLainni-Uiccnji'D, i-Don, fai* bfieicemnu[i]r 
7* afiaiLe*. — ^Donnca'5, mac Si^fai^^ hUi Cuifinin, "do eg 
in* bLiaftain fi*: i'Don, fai Le** fencuf*. — CCn r-efpuc 
hUa ^^LLcoíuifi (i'Don', LocLoinn*) "00 05 an bLia5ain 
A 880 fi^ — piLib, mac | 'Comaif ÍHhes Ui-Bif (iT>on', mac an 
5 1 L L a T) u 1 b'), •Do ^aBaiL Le n-a bfiaiqfiiB p ein : iwn, 
'Comaf 05, fii pefi-niana£ 7 Ruai'Bpi 7 'DomnaLL "00 
•Benum comaenca CU151 7 a gaBaiL 1)0115 a caifDoL Tílhes 
Ui'5ip. — hUa 'DaLaig bfieipne (i'oonN OCe'5 ) "00 eg in 
bLia'Bain fi : i-Don , oLLam hUi Rai^LLig fie T)an. — 
Pfiioiíi ChiLLe-TTIaignenn vo e^ in bLioSain cerna*. — 
CCe-^*, mac in abai-^ TTlic S'LLu-phinnein (i-Don^ CCensuf^), 
•D'e^ in bLia5ain fi. ^^LLa-parfiaig, mac ín abai-^ TTlic 
^iLLa - phmnein 7 Ca€aL T)ub, mac Concobuifi TTIic 
^iLLa-phinnein, it) efc, gefimani CCbbacif, occiffi funx; 
pfiiT)ie ]CaLenT)af TTlaii^ 

(hic'' nacuf efc CafioLuf luuenif, pLiuf CafioLi inuenif , 
nepof, fciLicoT;, CafioLi magni TTlic TTIajnufa, fciLicez;, 
CCnno 'Domini 1438, menf e pebpuafin^) 

1437. **=1432»-». »»-»»om., B. «^om., A. 

1438. i-é, A. ^ =1432»^ »> om., B. «|io— tn (lit with), B. 
d^i — b, • |>encai'De — hUtorian (gen. on |>ai), B. '•' =1392*>**> . ft = 
1384»^. »»»»itl., t. h., A; i-Don, CCex) hUa 'Dalaig— f»am«/y, AeJh Ua 
Dalatgh—aiteTp, B. ^ -Mít, B. M =1379 «<. ^'^ t m., n. t. h., A ; om., B. 

1437. ^ Ua IVe*oíyA.— O'Traoej, I Qaeen'a Co.) 
rd of XJi-Bairohe (81ieyemarg7, | 1438. ^ Bithop.'-JOt Raphoe^ in 



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Kalends oí Jan. on 3rd feria, [21st of the moon,] a.d. 
1437. Mael[-Sh]echlainn Ua Mailconaire died this year. — 
GiUa-Padraig Ua Carmuic, namely, son of Concubar Ua 
Carmuic, died on the 13th of the Xalends of December 
[Nov. 19].— Cathal Ua Tresaigh^ died on the 6th of the 
Ides [lOth] of October. 

Xalends of Jan. on 4th feria [2nd of the moon,] a.d. 
1458. Concobur Mac Aedhaga[i]n died this year : to wit, 
the ollam of Clann-Ricaird, namely, one eminent in juris- 
prudence and so on. — Donchadh, son of Sigragh Ua 
Cuirnin, namely, one eminent in hÍ8tory, died this year. — 
The bishop^ Ua Oallcobhidr (namely, Lochloinn) died 
this year. — Philip, son of Thomas Mag Uidhir (namely, 
son of The Black Gillie), was taken prisoner by 
his own kinsmen : to wit, Thomas junior, king of Fir- 
Manach and Buaidhri and Domnall made an agreement 
against him and he was taken prisoner by them in the 
castle of Mag Uidhir. — Ua Dalaigh of Breifni (namely, 
Aedh), that is, the oUam of Ua RaighiUigh in poetry, 
died this year. — The Prior of Cell-Maighnenn* died the 
same year. — Aedh, son of the Abbot* Mac Gilla-Finnein 
(namely, Aengus), died this year. Gilla-Patraig, son of 
the Abbot Mac GiUa-Finnein and Cathal the Black, son 
of Concobur Mac GtiUa-Finnein, that is, of the cousin- 
german of the Abbot, were slain on the 2nd of the Xalends 
of May [Ap. 30]. 

(In this year was bom Cathal* junior, son of Cathal 
junior, that is, grandson of Cathal Mor Mac Maghnusa, 
namely, A.D. 1438, in the month of February.) 



[1437] 



L1438] 



saocesaion to John Mao Cormao, 
who died (F. Jf.) in 1419 (Ware, 
p. 273-4). 

* C$ll-Maighnenn, — Church of 
Maighniu (HÍB name ÍB in the List 
of PriettSt L» L. 366a ; the íeast 



was Oct. lí>, Mart. Tal.); KQ. 
mainham, co. Dublin. 

* Abbot, — See the Beoond entrj of 
1443, infra. 

« Cathal.—The Oompiler of thene 
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144 ocNNOla: ulocoti. 

lCaL lcm. ti. -p., [L' x.iii.*,] OCtino "Oomini TTl.* cccc* 
B85b acxx.^ix.*' I íHaj tli'5iíi t)0 ^abail in blia^ain fi (i'oon*, 
im peil paqiai^^) le T)omnall m-baltac íHas Ui'feiti, 
a caiften Tíle^ tli'5ip pein 7 pitib ÍHas U\^\\i "oo tégan 
amac an ta cecna -oo T)omnatt. CCn can lafium aD- 
cuata enfii hUa íleitt ÍXías tli'oiii -oo bei€ ittaim, fio 
nnoit focai'Be im-Sa 7 rainíc co popr-abta-paetam a 
coinne pitib 7 "Oomnaitt 7 íHas Ui'Biii a taim acu. 
rHas Ui'5i|i vo te^an amac an ta fin 7 bfiailDi vo 
rabaipc af, iT>on, a mac pein, 6mann Tfíccs Ui'5ifi 7 
in^en ÍTíe^ Boca^ain, iT)on*, bean Tílhe^ Ui-biji 7 bpai§Di 
imDa eite. Ocuf caiften^ 1nDfi-Cei€tenn (iDon**, [InDfi]- 
Sgeittenn**) vo íabaifc do T)omnatt batta6 íHas Ui'SiI^ 
7 afaite. — hUa "Domnaitt (iT)on*, Wiatt') Dheg 1 n-a 
taimDOcuf ais] S^Ltaií) 7 a m-bfearnaií) zefza fe' 7 
WeÍTXiin hUa "Domnaitt do fi|a5 fof Ti^iji-Conaitt 7 
afaite. — Tnof, in^en OCeDa TTles 8amfa'5ain, iDon', ben 
mic bfiain TTlic TTla^nufa, obnc* 4 ílonaf pebfuafn'. — 
Seaan^ cam, mac Tnai§ifr:ef 8eoa[i]n TTles Ui-bif, iDon, 
nepof OCip[chiDiaconi] THa^ni TTlhe^ Ui-bif, peffun 
Chutmame, obnc 8 (atiaf*,5*) iDUf lanuafii.— 5itta-in- 
CoimDe^ hUa heogain obnc. — tlenfi fUff5, mac bpiain 
ÍDic 5^tta-phinnein (iDon*, xxiifec THuinncifi-peoDa- 
cain, bfian*), De^ 7 ]CatenDaf CCpfiitif. — bfian hUa 
ÍT)aeta5a[i]n obiic. — 8aDb, ingen hUi Coiicfa[i]n, obnT^. 
— T^a^s caec, mac 0Ce'5a, mic pitib n a c u a 1 ^5 e 
Tnhe5Ui'5i|i, obnT:*. — TTlaitif, mac THic pheofaif, do eg 
in btio^ain fi* Do'n ceiDm : iDon, oido* eíníg 7 aefa het- 
o'Sna^afaite. — ^pefo^ac, mac "DuinD, mic Con-Connacz; 
ÍDes Ui-éif, DO mafba^ in btia'Sain fi' te hOipgiattaií). 

1439. ^-fj^eU B. «-•01, A. •^=1432»* »>•»»= 1402H. • om., B. 
«"•^ití., t. h., A, B. (with no— or— for it)011— nflimf/y— in B). •^=1383*«. 
<om., A. 9-t = m9K »»•»» = •. "=1879«. l = rf. 

1439. * LiberaUtL-'See the íoorth entij oí 1438. 



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Xalends of Jan. on 5tli feria, [13th of tlie moon,] a.d. [1439] 
1439. Mag XJidhir was taken prisoner this year (naraely, 
about the feast of [St.] Patrick) by Domnall Mag XJidhir 
the Freckled, in the castle of Mag Uidhir himself and 
Philip was liberated^ the same day by Domnall. After- 
wards, when Henrj XJa Neill heard that Mag XJidhir was 
in cu8tody, he mustered many forces and went to Port- 
abla-Faelain against Philip and Domnall, with whom 
Mag XJidhir was in cu8tody. Mag XJidhir was liberated 
that day and hostages were given for him, namely, his 
own son, Edmond Mag XJidhir and the daughter of Mag 
Eochagain, that is, the wife of Mag XJidhir and many 
other hostages. And the castle of Inis-Ceithlenn (namely, 
[Inis-]Sgeillen) was given to Domnall Mag XJidhir the 
Freckled and so on. — XJa DomnaiU (namely, Niall) died in 
his captivity with the Foreigners and in Wales^ he expired, 
and Nechtain XJa Domnaill was made king over Tir- 
Conaill and so on. — Mor, daughter of Aedh Mag Sam- 
radhain, namely, wife of Mac Briain Mic Maghnusa, died 
on the 4th of the Nones [2nd] of February. — John the 
Crooked, son of Master John Mag XJidhir, namely, the 
grandsonof The Great Archdeacon^ MagXJidhir, 
parson of Culmaine, died on the 8th (otherwise, the 5th) 
of the Ides [6th, or 9th] of January. — Gilla-in-Coimdegh 
XJa hEogain died. — Henry the Red, son of Brian Mac (iiUa- 
Finnein (namely,chief of Muinter-Peodachain[wa8]Brian), 
died on the 7th of the Xalends of April [March 26]. — ^Brian 
XJa Maelaga[i]n died. — Sadhb, daughter of XJa Corcra[i]n, 
died. — Tadhg Blind[-eye], son of Aedh, son of Philip 
Mag XJidhir of the [battle-]axe, died. — Meyler, 
8on of Mac Feorais, died íhis year of the plague : to wit, 
a f oaterer of hospitality and of leamed folk and so forth. — 
Feradhach, son of Donn, son of Cu-Connacht Mag XJidhir, 
was slain this year by the Oirghialla. 

• Walea, — The lale of Mann, 1 ' Archdeacon.—Oi Clogher ; died 
acoordi&^ to the A, L, C. (1434). I [1367], supra, 

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146 ccMMaíxx: ularoti. 

A 88d[b.] ]cat. lan. ui. p., [L* acx.iiii.%] OCnno T^omini ín.° cccc.** 
ocl.° mac Uilliam a** bufic (i'oon^ UilliamO T)'e5 in 
blia^ain fi^ — bfiian, mac 'Domnaill, mic Tnui|\ce|iTOi5 
hlli Choncobuifi, "D'he^. — ^Duib^enn ^puam'ba hlla T)uiB- 
5enna[i]n T)'he5, i-oon, fai fencai^-be]. — ^Domnall htla 
bpeiflen, i'oon, fai b|iei€eiíian 7 ODbuti oUaman pep- 
ÍTlanac, -o'hes- — ÍTla^nuf Bo^anac THos Ui'oifi (iT>on*, 
mac pitib na T^uai'oe*) T)o e^ in blia-Dain fi^ — 
Cairejipina, in^en "Duinn, mic Con-ChonnaccTTIe^ Ui'5ifi, 
iT)on, ben TTlic TTla^nura TTIe^ tli'5i]\, T^'heg in btia^ain 
fi^ OCfic, mac bfiiain TTIic TTIa^nufa, obiif Wonip 
CCpfiitif*. — Rof^, mac Seaain TTIeg Ui'oip 7 pei-btimCi]^ 
fiua^, mac 'Donnca'Ba iiuai'5 TTleg tli'5ifi, vo mafiba-B in 
btia^ain fi'. — TTla^ [CjpaD]^', comopba^ T^etimoinT) 
*Oabeo[i]5, iT)onN TTIaía, mac TTlafcuif TTlheg [C][ia[i]€, 
T)'he5 in btia^ain fi 7 comofba t)o -Denum t>o 8eaan 
Bui'fie, mic 8eaain moifi TTlhes [C]pa[i]é, in* btia-bain 
cecna*. — TTlagnuf, mac "Oomnaitt, mic 'CoiffT>etbaié 1 n 
f 1 n a [tl]i "Oomnaitt, t>o mafba'5 in btia'5ain fi**». 

( m-íattaig^ mic OCe-^a, mic OCe-^a, mic 'Duinn, 
fciticec, 15 ]catenT)af TTlaii 1440^.) 

]Cat. lan. 1. f., [L* u.%] OCnno "Oomini TTI.'*cccc.°xt.° 1.» 
TTlac T)omnaitt Ctainni-Ceattaig (iT)on^ CCe-^^) t>o maf- 
bo'^ te ctainn Duinn, mic Con-Chonnacc TTles Ui'Dip, 

1440. »* = 1432»^» *» om., B. «*« itl., t. h., A ; text and after blicróoin , 
B. d-<í= 1384^*^. «-«=1379*». '■' = *>. s-ín. t. h. (preoeded bj same 
oharaoter aa in •-*), A; t. h., B. *» comotiba ono|iaé — an honourabte 
9tq)erior—'pTeí. ; from comofiba to TTlhes [C]txait (both ind.) put aftep 
bliOTÓain, B. *-*i n-a ina^— ín his stead, B. Mt. m. (first part of item 
oat away), n. t. h., A ; om., B. 

1441. ^=z 1432«^. ^^itl., t. h., A ; r. m., t. h., B. 



1440. ' Mae WiUiam. — The 1 « BrtaM.— Head of the O'Conow 
Clanríoliard, or southem, de Burgh. I of Sligo. 



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Ealends of Jan. on 6th feiia, [24th of the moon,] a.d [1440 b.] 
1440. Mac Willíam^ de Burgh (nameljr, William) died 
thisjear. — ^Brian,* son of Domnall, son of Muircertach 
Ua Concobuir, died. — Duibgenn Ua Duibhgennain 
the G 1 o o m y died : to wit, an erainent historian.^— 
Domuall Ua Breislen, namely, an eminent brehon and 
one who was to be ollam of the Fir-Manach, died. — 
Maghnus Mag Uidhir the Eoganian* (namely, son of 
Philip of the [battle-] axe) died this year. — ' 
Catherine, daughter of Donn, son of Cu-Connacht Mag 
Uidhir, namely, wife of Mac Maghnusa Mag Uidhir, díed 
this year. Art, son of Brian Mao Maghuusa, died on 
the Nones [5th] of ApriL — ^Ros, son of John Mag Uidhir 
and Feidhlim[idh] the Bed, sonof DoncbadhMagUidhir 
the Red, were killed this year. — Mag Craith, Superior of 
the Termon of [St.] Dabeog, namely, Matthew, son of 
Mark Mag Craitb, died this year and John the Tawny, 
son of John Mor Mag Craíth, was made Superior the 
same year. — Maghnus/ son of Domnall, son of Toir- 
delbach Ua DomnaiU of the Wine, was killed this 
year. 

( [son] . . of . . the Freckled, son of Aedh,® son of 
Aedh, son of Donn, [died], namely, on the 15th of the 
Xalends of May [Ap. 17, a.d.] 1440.) 



£alends of Jan. on Ist feria, [5th of the moon,] a.d, 
1441. Mao DomnaiU of the Clann-Cellaigh (namely, 
Aedh) was slain by the sons of Cu Connacht Mag Uidhir 



[1441] 



^HUtorian. — Of Mac Donough 
(o£ TiremU— Tir-OUella), F. M. 

* Eoganian. — So oalled from 
haTÍng been fostered in Tirowen 
(Tir-Eogliain). 

^JÍaghnu*. — See the more detailed 



acoount and the identification of 
the plaoe, F, if., iv, 919-20. 

^Aedh, etc, — ^The names Bhow 
that the deoeased belonged to the 
Mac MagnuB (Mao MaghnnBa) 
branch of the Magnires. 

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in blicrbain yi — CtxeaCo" mopa th) 'Denum le írias Ui'fiitx, 
i'Don, T^omaf Ó5, pop, clainn CCnnai'o ÍTlic T)oninaill 7 
mac TH) mac Gmainn ÍTlic "Domnaill vo mapboB leif 
T)on rupup fin^ — Concobup Ó5 íTlha^ Ui-bip, vo 95 in° 
blia'5ain fi, lafi cuíi an c-fae|ail T)e, pa buai-B T)oman 
B 85c 70 T)eman°. — |htla TTlail-Conaipe T)o e^ in blia'fiain fi^: 
iT)on, ÍTlailín, mac 'Canai'oe, oUam 8il-tTluif\e'5ai5 fie 
fencuf 7 cenn ca'fiaif 7 onófia Bfienn í n-a aimfifi pein, 
a'^ é^ pa feil befais" 7 afiaile. — piafUf cam htla 
Luinín T)'he5 in blia'5ain fi**: iT)on, fai fencai-oe 7 pefi 
T)ana 7 oificinnec na hCCfT^a^T^fin OCifi§-TTlaelain 7 pefi 
ca'baif 7 onotxa moifie' 7 pefi T)'a ruc "Oia aiB 7 Hí^afa 
co mófi, a eg pa buai-B o T)oman 7 'oeifton 7 afiaila — 
ÍTlac 'Donncai'S 'Chifii-hOilella vo 05 ín blia^ain fi*" lati 
m-buai'5 aiq[ii§e*: iT)on, Concobufi TTlac 'T)onncai'5, 
líeicem coiT:£enn t)0 cliafiaií Ctienn 1 n-a aimfit^ pein' e'*. 
— ^iUa-na-naem ÍTlas 850I0151, biccaifi Clain-innfi, 
obiic 15 ]CalenT)af ÍTlaii. — bfiian t^iccbac TTlac 5^Ua- 
phinnein' 7 Ccrcal hlla Tnailei^en T)o e^ 16 ]CalenT)af 
'Decimbfiif. — TTleT)t5^, in^en in abbai'^ TTlic 5^Ua-phin- 
nein, T^'e^*. — ^5^^^<^"P^Í^^^S^^« TTlaelui-^iti, abb Clocaifi, 
T)o 0)5 11." lCalenT)af lanuatiii^ — IfibéL", in^en in CCifici- 
T)eocain moit^, obiix; 5 ]CalenT)af lanuafin. — bean-lTlu- 
man, in^en TTIes T)hoticai'5, bean TTles Cont?fiaic, obnc 
5 lT)Uf lanuafiii^ — TTluificetiTOc (an* r-ttiticiT^eocain*), 
mac Caéail moiti TTIic TTIa^nufa, iT)on% aificiT)eocain 

1441. «^om., B. <*=«^. « om., A. 'T)*he5, ad. ; rest of entry om., 
B. »•» = 13978». 



1441. ^ A grandton of, — Omi tted 
in 0*DonoyaQ*B translation, F, M,, 
iv. 928. 

• J/ter^hm.—'niai íb, he retired 
to a monaflterj to prepare f or death. 



^Feast of St, £erach,^Féb, 16. 
Cf, 1190, note 4, supra, 

* Abhot, — See the seoond entrj of 
1443, infra. 



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this year. — Qreat forajs were made by Mag TJidhir, 
Damelj, Thomas junior^ upon the sons of Annadh Mac 
Domnaill and a grandson of ^ Edmond Mac Domnall was 
slain by him on that expedition. — Conchobur Mag TJidhir 
junior died this year, after putting the world from him,* 
with TÍctory over world and over demon. — XTa Mail- 
Conaire died this year : namely, Mailin, son of Tanaidhe, 
chief professor in hÍ8tory of the Sil-Muiredaigh and head 
of dignity and honour of Ireland in his own time. He 
died about the feast of [St.] Berach^ and so on. — 
Pierce TJa Luinin the Stooped died this year : namely, an 
excellent hístorian and poet and herenagh of the Ard and 
of the Third of Airech-Maelain and a man of great dignity 
and honour and a man to whom God Iargely gave f elicity 
and graces. He died with victory over world and over 
demon and so on. — ^Mac Donnchaidh of Tir-Oilella died 
this year after victory of penance : to wit, Concobur Mac 
Donnchaidh ; a general protector to the [leamed] troops 
of Ireland in his own time [was] he. — GíIIa-na-naem Mag 
Sgoloigi, vicar of Claen-inis, died on the 15th of the 
Kalends of May [Ap. 17]. — Brian Mac GiIIa-Finnein the 
GTey and Cathal TJa Maileigen died on the 16th of the 
Ealends of December [Nov. 16]. — Medbh, daughter of 
the Abbot* Mac Gilla-Finnein, died. — GiUa-Patraig TJa 
Maeliddhir, abbot of Clochar, died on the 2nd of the 
Xalends of January [Dec. 31]. — Isibel, daughter of the 
Great Archdeacon,^ died on the 5th of the Kalends of 
January [Dec. 28]. — Bean-Muman, daughter of Mag Dor- 
chaidh, wife of Mag Confraich, died on the 5th of the Ides 
[9th®] of January. — Muircertach (the Archdeacon), son of 
Cathal Mor Mac Maghnusa, namely, archdeacon of Clochar 



[1441] 



^Oreat Archdeacon» — Mentioned 
at 1416-7, supra, 
*m of Jan,', Fth, /<?.— Theae 



date9, it seems probable, belong to 
1442. Cf, 1389, n. 5 ; 1407, n. 1., 
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160 ccMMala ularoti. 

Clocai|i 7 pepfun CCiiiig-íllhaetain, cléipec*' maié 7 pep, 
•oeigeimg, 'oaenaccac, [obnr;] 12 ]CalenT>ar TTlai^cii^ 
(CCine*, ingen emainn TTles 8atíi|ia*ain, v^e^.) 

A89a lcaL lan. 11. p., [f x.ui.',] CCnno T)oniini TTl.' cccc.** 
oct.° 11.° 8eaan TTiaj 111-5111 7 TDonn TTla^ Ui-biti, i'oon, "Da 
mac TX) Pitib TTla^ lli'5i|i, vo^ fii§ pe|\-TTlanac^ 'o'heg 
in btia-bam fi".— bpian, mac OCfi-Dgait TTle^TTlau^anina, 
i'Don, fii Oip§iatt, T)0 615 in btia'Bain fi"* lafi ni-buai'5 
aiéfiige'*. — TTIas'* lli'Bifi, iT)on, Tomaf 05, t)0 rabaiíic 
caiftein 1nnp-C(85'-)ei€tinnT>opitibTna5tIi'5iíi rafieif 
Cmainn, mic 'Comaif 015, t)o te^an amac*. — Gnf 1, mac 
eogain hUi Ueitt, t)o vuV af ^^^ttracr 7 S<^itt t)0 
iabaifir teif T)o'n rufiuf fin. Ocuf hlla* Heitt, iT)on, 
a crcaif , t)0 roi^ecr, ftuai§ tinmufia, a com'^ait Onfi 7 
^att co caiften na pnne. hlla "Domnaitt vo roi|ecc 
cuca, iT)on, Uectain 7 fic T)o "^enum fiif hlla* Ueitt T)ó 
7 an caiften vo íoifbepT: T)'htla Ueitt 7 Cinet-TTloein 
uite 7 cif 1nT)fi-h6o5ain. Ocuf Ciifi T)'fa^bait bafT)a 
'fa caiften. hlla íleitt 7 Gnfii co roi§ecc T)ia nl T)o'n 
Tiufiuf fin 7 af aite. — Cefbatt hlla Coftcf a[i]n t)0 ej; in 
btia'^ain fi. — ^Donnco^^ mac mic 'Cai'^g, T^'hej^. 

lCaL lan. 111. p ., [t.* xocuii.',] OCnno 'Domini TTI.*' cccc** xL"* 
111.*" TTlagnuf (iT)on^ mac CCfT^^ait^) TTlaj TTlausamna 
T)'he5 in btia'Sain ff : iT)on, aT)bufi fiig Onxgiatt a|\ einec 
7 afi eagnum 7* a^i peiceiíinuf co\zcex\v t)o T)amai1l) 
Gfienn 7 tttban**. — (Xr\ c-ab (iT)on', CCen^Uf') TTlac 5^tta- 
phmnein vo ej (15' lcatenT)af OcuobfiifÓ an** btia'5ain 
fi^* : iT)on, ab lef a-^abait pop toc-eif ne. — Giiíieti TTIas 

1441. lí^'DO eg iTi blia'óaiTi p — died this year, B. ** =1398'*-d. 

1442. i-óola, A. » O, A. ^ = 1432«. »»bom., A. c om., B. *•<»= «• 
• l^ t. h., over c, as Tariant, (A) MS. 

1443. ^ =a 1482»*. ^^ = 1384«« . • om., B. «>•<>«•. •^» = 1392 »» 
íi = l403H 



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and parson of Airech-Maelain, a good cleric and a man oí [1441] 
excellent hoepitalitjr [and] charitable, [died] on the 12th 
of the Xalends of March [FeK 18«]. 

(Aine, daughter of Edmond Mag Samradhain, died.) 

Xalends of Jan. on 2nd feria, [16th of the moon,] a.d. [1442] 

1442. John Mag Uidhir and Donn Mag Uidhir, namelj, 
two sons of Philip Mag Uidhir, [that is] of the king of 
Fir Manach, died this year. — Brian, son of Ardghal Mag 
Mathgamna, namelj, king of Oirghialla, died this year 
after TÍctory of penanca — ^Mag Uidhír, namely, Thomas 
junior, gave the catstle of Inis-Ceithlinn^ to Philip Mag 
Uidhir, in consequence of Edmond, son of Thomas junior, 
being liberated. — Henry, son of Eogan Ua NeiII, went 
[for aid] to the Foreign settlement and brought Foreigners 
with him on that occasion. And Ua Neill, namely, his 
father, came [with] numerous forces into the muster of 
Henry and the Foreigners to the castle of the [river] Finn. 
Ua DomnaiU, that is, Nechtain, came to them and^ peace 
was made with Ua NeiII by him and the castle and all 
Cenel-Moein and the tribute of Inis-Eogain were surren- 
dered to Ua Neill. And Henry left warders in the castle. 
Ua NeiII and Henry went [in triumph] to their house on 
that occasion and so on. — Cerball Ua Corcra[i]n died this 
year. — Donchadh, grandson of Tadhg,* died. 

Kalends of Jan. on 3rd feria, [27th of the moon,] A.d. [1443] 

1443. Maghnus (namely, son of Ardghal) Mag Math- 
gamna died this year : to wit, one fit to be king of 
Oirgialla for ho8pitalIity and for prowess and for general 
protection to the [leamed] companies of Ireland and Scot- 



1 442. » Jnis' CeithHnn. — Angli- 
cised Innisltíllen. The textual 
TariantgÍTestheoomiptform, /m>- 
SgeithltHn, 

«iiiMÍ.— Supplj, with the F, M. 



{adan.)i Binoe he had not a foroe 
as nnmerouB [as that of his oppo- 
nents]. 

• Tadhg.^M&guae, who waa ilain 
in 1379, aupra. 



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ccwNala uLcroti. 



TTlaésafníia vo ma|iba^ leif' hlla WeiU an bliobain fi, 
i'Don, eogan hlla Meill^-— ^olum'* hlla 'Diapmara, faej^, 
obiic'* 

[b.] lcaL lan. 1111. p, [l.* ix.*,] OCnno T)omini ín.** cccc*' xl.° 

1111.° ÍHaé^amain htla bfiiain vo 'Dalla'o an^ blia&ain 
fi^ 7 a ariaisa-D te n-a T)e|ibíiaraiíi i:ein, iwn, 'Coipíi- 
T)elbac htla^ bfiiain*' 7 Toififi'oetbac pein vo fiiBQ'D pop 
T^ua-D-ÍTluman^ — Taifec Ctainni-Cuitein 'o'heg : i-Don, 

B85d 8iT)a cam ÍTlac | Conmapa. — CCe^ bui-DO hUa Ueitt vo 
mafiba-D in btio^ain fi*': iT)on, peicem coircenn^ vo 
T)amait5 6penn 7 CCtban e': 1*50^, a tor a** feccmuin na 
Paifi 7 a eg in BiTore huiuf anni. — ^^tta-ÍTlicit'* hUa 

A89b rfefail T)'he5\ — | Gogan, mac "Domnaitt mic ÍTluif- 
cefiTOic hUi Concubaifi, vo mapBa'fi um^ peit bfienainn 
na btia-Dna fa^ T)'uficufi vo fai^iT). — ÍDaiT)m beataij- 
Cuf5ic af Oo^an, mac Ueitt 015 hUi íleitt, te ctoinn 
ÍDic-hUi-íleitt-Bui'5e, inap' mafiba'5 Triac "Domnaitt 
^atto^lac, Confabta* hUi Í4eitt (battai^). iT)on, 'Coipfi- 
T)etbac, mac TTIic* TDomnaitt' 7 inap' ^abaD bfiai§T)e 
im-Ba eite. — ^paine^ in^en T)omnaitthUi T)aimin, com- 
panac ÍDaipixefi TDeinif niic S^tta-Coifjte, T^'he^, 
iT)on, cananac cofob CLocaifi, 5 lCatenT)af lutn^ — ^Dub- 
cabtai§, in^en 'Comaif TOes Ui'Bifi, iT)on, fi** pep- 

1443. «-«in blia-óain [fi] leif blla "MeiU/ (i'oon, Coj;an— itl., t. h. — ) 
— [this'] year by Ua Neill (twvieli/, Eogan), B. 

1444. ^'Cuat; A. «-cinn, A. *-«=1432«**. ^fcom., B. « =»>-^ 
^ afv — orif A. « om., A. ' = 1403 M. í^= •. *»fii5 (gen. in ap. with 
Txmiiaif), B. 



1444. ^Aíathgamain (Mahon); 
Toirdelbhaeh (Torloagh) — Sons of 
Brian, whodiedin 1400, «upra. For 
Torlongh, see Hist, Mem, of the 
0*-»rie««, p. 143. 



^ Aedh, — Son o£ Brian the 
Freckled, who was the Mac-hUi- 
Neill-baidhe, or chief of the Clann- 
aboy. 

• Weekf itc,^** Was by one caet 



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land. — The Abbot (namelj, Aengus) Mao Gilla-Fmnein [1443] 
died (on the 15th of the Xalends of October [Sept. 17]) 
tliis year : to wit, the abbot of Lis-gabail upon Loch- 
Eirne. — Eimher Mag Mathgamna was slain by XJa Neill, 
namely, Eogan XTa Neill, this year. — Solomon Ua Diar- 
mata, a [famous] wright, died. 

Kalends of Jan. on 4th feria, [9th of the moon,] a.d. [1444 B.] 
1444. Mathgamaini Ua Brian was blinded and deposed 
this year by his own brother, namely, Toirdelbachi Ua 
Brian and Toirdelbach himself was made king over 
Thomond. — The chief of Clann-Cuilenn died : namelv, Sida 
Mac Conmara the Crooked. — Aedh^ Ua Neill the Tawny 
was slain this year : namely, a general protector to the 
[leamed] companies of Ireland and Scotland [was] he. 
[His death happened thus :] to wit, he was wounded in 
the Wee^^ of the Passion and died in the Summer of this 
year. — GiUa-Michil Ua Tresaigh died. — Eoghan, son of 
Domnall, son of Muircertach Ua Concobuir, was slain 
about the feast of [St.] Brenann* of this year by a shot of 
an arrow. — ^The defeat of Bealach-Curdhit [was inflicted] 
on Eogan, son of Niall Ua NeiU junior, by the sons of 
Mac-Ui-Neill-buidhe, wherein was slain Mao Domnaill 
the GfaUowglass, namely, Toirdelbach, son of Mao Domnaill, 
Constable of Ua Neill* (the Freckled) and wherein many 
others were taken as hostages. — Graine, daughter of Dom- 
nall Ua Daimin, consort of Master Denis Mac Gilla-Coisgle, 
namely, canon choral of Clochar, died on the 5th of the 



of a speare Idlled in Magenis his 
countrj, oí whose wonnd being 8Íck 
for 26 dajes space, that is, from 
Wednesdaj in which Ghrist was 
betrajed, untill the Satardaj, the 
second of Maj," E, i/., p. 203. 
These criteria are correct: Easter 



(I. D), April 12 ; Spy Wednesdaj, 
Ap. 8. 

* Feast of St, Brenann.-^See 1392, 
note 2, 8upra, 

* Ua NeilL — Brian mentioned in 
note 2. A foller acconnt ís given 
in the F. M., tb. 



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154 ccMMala ularoti. 

íTlanac, Vhes^ in blia'bain f i : iT)on^ ben eojain Hlic 
Coíitiail, cenn 'oefici 7 T)aenatxa imofipo' in ben fin*. — 
imara ÍTlac 5^lla-Lafaifi, i-oon, an cleitxec fiuafc, 
Vhe^* 5** lcalen'oaf MouembfiiiA — Ca€al gafiB íHac 
5ilt©-phinnein obiir:* pf\iT)ie lCalenDap Uouembfiir'. 

lCaL lan. ui. p., [L* ocx.',] CCnno T)omini TTI.** cccc.** xL 
u.° 8Lua§a'5 mofi t)o 'fienum T)Titla T)omnaillco Sligec 

7 T)0 pilib Tria^ Ui^ifi 7 T)o clainn G^e-ba ÍTles 111-51^ le 
ctainn Bo^ain hUi Concobuifi. Sli^ec t>o lopca^ leo 
vo'u rufiuf x^^ pofi 'CoipfiT)elbac cafipac hUa Concobuifi, 
iT)on, mac T)omnaill, mic Í1íluificefirai§ hUi Concobuip 7 
THac T^onncai-b T^hifie-hOilelta vo mafiba-b leo, iT)on, 
'Comatrac íTlac T^onncai-b, 7 a TOi^ecT; T)ia ri§ T)o'n 
rupup fin pa buai'B cofsaitx 7^ comai'Bme^ 

(A) (B) 

Ruai'ófti, inac r^omaif Rtiai'ófti caec TTla^ lliT)ifi, 

TTles Uitift, iT)on, mac T)o fiig iT)on, mac Tomaif TTle^ 

pheft-TTlanac, t)o eg in blia- UiDif, (iT)on,* fii pefx-TTlanac 

t>ain fi (iT)on,' 4 iDUf peb- in 'Comaf') T^'heg (a' ég vo 

fiuaftii*) T)0 bi-Dg. — 'Caifec biT^g*)- — hUa pefigail T^'heg 

na hCCngaile (hlla** pef gail'*) in bliaf)ain fi : i-Don, UiUiom 

T)'he5 in bliaóain fi : iT)on, hUa peftgail. 
UiUiom hUa ^ef Jail 7 aftaile. 

T)onnca'5 battac TTla^ 8amf a'Bain 'o'e^ in^ btiofeain fi^: 
iT)on, aT)bufi raifi§ Chettaié-Caéac. — Tílac S^tta-pn- 
nein v'es in' btioDain y\^ : iT)on, bpian TTIác ^itta-phin- 
nein, raifec TTIuinncifi-peoT)aca[i]n, iT)on, fep einí§ 7 
ejnuma^ 7** cofanTO a nfe ap a comu[ft]fannai1l), obnx; 

8 lT)Uf^ . . .* — TTIac S^pffaig fiuai'O TDeg Ui'Bifi t)0 eg 

1444. **7 ajiaile — and so on^ B. M = 1379*» . 

1446. i.ean5, B. •^ = 1432»^. b-bom^^ g^ <^=1403J1. ^-^0.. m., 
t. b., A ; om., B. •^itl., t. h., (B) MS = over caec Tllas UmiTU 
rií om., A« ^-ii= 1444 ^-^ 1 Name oí month (at end oí line) illegible in MS. 



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Ealends of July [June 27]. — Dubchablaigh, daughter of [H44] 
Thomas Mag Uídhir, namely, king of Fir Manach, died 
this year : to wit, the wife of Eogan Mac Cathmhail ; head 
of alms-deeds and charity in sooth [was] that woman. — 
Matthew Mac Gilla-Lasair, namely, The Red Cleric, 
died on the 5th of the Xalends of November [Óct. 28]. — 
Cathal Mac GiUe-Finnein the Bough died on the 2nd of 
the Xalends of November [Oct. 31]. 

Salends of Jan. on 6th feria, [20th of the moon,] a.d. [1446] 
1445. A great host was led to SHgech by Ua Domnaill 
and by Philip Mag Uidhir and by the sons of Aedh 
Mag Uidhir along with the sons of Eogan Ua Con- 
cobuir.i SHgech was bumed by them on that occasion 
upon Toirdelbach Carrach Ua Concobuir, namely, son of 
Domnall, son of Muircertach Ua Concobuir. And Mac 
Donnchaidh of Tir-Oilella, that is, Tomaltach Mac Donn- 
chaidh^ was slain by them and they went to their hou8e[s] 
on that occasion with victory of overthrow and rout. 
(A) (B) 

Buaidhri, son of Thomas Euaidhri Blind[-eye], 

Mag Uidhir, namely, son of namely, son of Thomas Mag 
the king of Fir-Manach, died Uidhir (that is, king of Fir- 
this year (that is, on the 4th Manach [was] Thomaa) died. 
of the Ides [lOth] of Feb- (His death [resuJted] from a 
ruary) of a fit.— The ehief of fit.)— Ua Fergail died this 
the Anghaile (Ua Fergail) year: namely, William Ua 
died this year: namely, Fergail. 
William Ua Fergail, and so on. 

Dbnchadh Mag Samradhain the Freckled díed this 
year : namely, one who was to be chief of Tellach- 
Eathach. — Mac GiUa-Finnein died this year: namely, 
Brian Mac Gilla-Finnein, chief of Muinter-Peodacha[i]n ; 
to wit, a man of ho8pitality and prowess and for^ de- 

1446. 1 Ua Cofico^V.— O'Conor the Eed. «/V.— LiteraUj, o/. 



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156 írMMcclcc tjlaroti. 

an** blicrBam fi*: it)oti, CCpT)^al,^ it)Oti, pefi beo^a*, 
T)ei§eiTii5, T)aenaccac 7* apaile*. — 'Comap^ hlla Leann- 
a[i]n, cananac 7 faci^ifDa mainifqiec Lefa-jabaiU 
'o'hes^ 

lCal. lan. uii. f., [l.'i.%] CCnno T)oniini ÍH.'* cccc'' xU° 
m.'' Uii5fiai'5e (iT)on^ mac CCfiT^^ail*") TTIas íTlharsamna, 
iT)on, f i Oifisiall T)'é5 in blia-Dain f 1 : iT)on, f ef eini§ 
7 e^numa. — ^DiapmaiT) fua'5, mac 'Cai'fis hlli Concobaip, 
T)0 ifiapba-B le clainn Tk)ifpT)elbai5 hlli Concobuif 7 
af aile. — 'Ca^'s íTlas phlanncoba t)0 mapba'& la Copmoc, 
mac hlli phlannasain. — bpian hlla T)ubT)a vo mafba^ 
le 'Cift-CCíTialéai'D. — Bmonn, mac íTlic muipif Ciafai'5e> 
T)omafba'5 le Cofimac, mac eo^ain me^ Cafffaig. — 

A89o I Speaf*" T)o T)enum ap ToipfiT^ealbac ma^ Ui'bift a 
muinncif-pheoT)acain^ le cloinn mic ^^lla-pnnein 
7 bean 'Choifif'5ealbai§, iT)on, injean Cilefnain, mic 
'Cai'bs hlli Ruaipc, t)o lof^a'D ann 7 Colla, mac Con- 
Chonnacc, mic 8eaain, mic Con-Chonnaccme5tIi'5ip,T)0 
Ttiafiba-B ann, 1446^ CCnno** [T)omini]. Ocuf cuiT) T)0 
8hli£c'-'5iUa-pinnein t)o cfioca'5 le Coififfiealbac qfiiT)' 
fin'". — 12ei'5lim[i'5]. mac 8eaain hlli Uuaifc, T)omafibor5 
le cloinn Loclainn hlli Uuaipc — ^Donnca^, mac CCifT; 

B 86a mic 'OiafmaTO, T)0 mafiba-^ le bpanacaiB. — | mac*^ 
T)aibi€ f uai'^ pui'^ef vhe^ ' iT)on^ ^dllmacaifi T)ob' f ef ji 
eínec T)0 muimnecaib''. — hlla CoBéaig, iT)on, 'Oomnall, 
T)omapba'5 le clainn mic CCifT: hlli mail[-8h]eclainn 
afi Cpo-ínif Loca-hCCinnmT): iT)on*, fai fifi T)ana 7 faí 
cinn-fe-^na^ — CC'5ain, mac moéa (moif**) hlli iuinin, 

1445. ' -5a|\, B. J after 'oaenacxac, B. 

1446. ^-pe-an, A. »^bl., A, B. ^^ = 13.2»» . «« = 1438^^. d^iom., B. 
•Clainn-Clan, B. " om., A. »=''. »».= i^osJ-J. 



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fending his territorjr against its neighbours, died on the 
8th of the Ides. . . . — The son of Godfrey Mag XJidhir 
the Red died this year : namely, Ardghal, to wit, a man 
vigorou8, excellentlv-hospitable [and] charitable, and so 
on. — Thomas TJa Leanna[i]n, canon and sacristan* of the 
monastery of Lis-gabail, died. 

Kalend8 of Jan. on 7th feria, [Ist of the moon,] a.i). 
1446. Rughraidhe (naraely, son of Ardgal) Mag Math- 
gamna, king of Oirghialla, died^ this year: to wit, aman 
of ho8pitality and prowess. — Diarmaid the Red, son of 
Tadhg XJa Concobuir, was slain by the^sons of Toirdelbach^ 
TJa Concobuir, and so on.^ — Tadhg Mag Flanchadha was 
slain by Cormac, son of XJa Flannagain. — Brian TJa 
Dubda was slain by the Tir-Amhalghaidh*. — Edmond, 
son of Mac Maurice of Kerry, was slain by Cormac, son 
of Eogan Mac Carthaigh. — A [nigbt] incursion was made 
on Toirdelbach Mag TJidhir in Muinter-Peodachain by the 
sons of Mac Gilla-Finnein, and the wife of Toirdelbach, 
namely, the daught^r of Tigheman, son of Tadhg TJa 
Euairc, was burned therein and Colla, son of Cu-Connacht, 
son of Jobn, son of Cu-Connacht Mag TJidhir, was slain 
therein, a.[d.] 1446. And some of the GiUa-Finnein tribe 
were hung by Toirdelbach through that. — Feidhlim[idh], 
son of John TJa Ruairc, was slain^ by the sons of Lochlann 
Fa Ruairc. — Donchadb, son of Art Mac Diarmata, was 
slain by the Muinter-Branain.® — The son of David Power 



[1445] 



[1446] 



1446. ^ Died, — And hÍB son, 
HiLgh the Bed, "ordained in his 
phMje" hy O'Neill, M. F.y p. 216. 

« Toirdelhaeh.—ToTlovLgíiO'ConoT 
the Brown. 

^And 80 on, — A more detailed 
entrj is g^ven hy M, F., p. 214. 

*TÍT-AmAalghaidh. — ^That is, hy 
thenatÍTe sept oocnpying Tipawley, 
of which O'Dowd» was chief. 



* S/ain. — " In the middest of 
Fidhuacha [Fenagh, oo. Leitrim] 
hy his own kinflmen," F. M., p. 
216. 

^ Muint&r-Branain. — Plural ad- 
jective-form of Branan in the 
original : the ^ao Branans of 
Corco-Achlann (in the east of Ros- 
common oo.). The eponymoa8 
head, Branan, died in 1120, supra. 



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ccMMacoc uUron. 



TH) es in** blia'fiain fi* — it)oti, pefi binn, ealoSnac — 3* 
Wonaf íTlaii^ — píneniain^ ingen íílic 'Comaif, cailleÉ 
•DuB cfiaib'fiec, v'e-^. — 6oin hlli Leannain, ppioip íílain- 
ifqfieC Lefa-^aBail, 'o'ej 4 l'ouf Sepcimbpif. — ^Domnall 
hlla íílailisen, iTHjn, T)uine bocc, T)u€ftaccac T)0 T)hia, 
T^'heg. — S^lla-Parpais hlla Leanna[i]n T^'hej in bli- 
a'Bain fi*. 

lcal. lan. i. p, [U'acii.',] CCnno T)omini ííl." cccc. xV" 
íiu.** T)omnall ballac íílas lli'Bif, iT)on, mac Tomaif, 
mic pilib mhe^ Ui'fiif T)o mapbcrb (iT)on^ 4 lT)Uf 12eb- 
fuapiiO le T)onn, mac** pilib (n a^ cuai'5e^) ííle^ 
tli'5ip 7 le macaitS CCipc íTlhe^ lli'Bif 7 le macaiB íílic 
Oif§iallai§ 7 le macaiB hlli T)aimin, fecT; la poim p eil 
befai§ na blia'5na fa^ Ocuf* T)omnall ag zecz a 
bpeifpne-htli-Rai§illi§ 7 n? poiCe fé ann acT; Iuct; cora 
T)o macaiB mic T)aiBeiT) ííle^ líi'Sip 7 t)0 T)ainitlí ailiB 7 
fe a5T)ul co baile 6npi hlli Weill 7 fé 1 n-eafaenra pe 
n-a bpaiufiB p ein, iT)on, pe 'Comaf 05, pi pep-íílanac 7 
pe pilib, iT)on, canufTi in cip e. Ocuf po |abfaT)up 
Lo£ foip rpe bapp-na-cuile 7 cappla T)onn 7 clann 
CCifT; cuca 7 fo mapbfac T)omnall annfin vo fOi§T)iB. 
Ocuf T)o bi an oi'Bci fin a mui§ 7 vo ha^laicoT) ap na- 
thapaC a íílainifcipLefa-saBail hé'. — CCe'5, mac'Comaif 

1446. »»=1444». 

1447. •^=l432«a. ^ = 13840^. «msHosH. d^ niac pilib oili nies 
tli'óitv, in blicróain p — ion of anothtr PhiHp Mag Utdir, this year, B. 
•^ om., B. 



^Bif the grandsons, etc, — "And 
[alflo] bj the sonns oí Fiacha Mag- 
eochagan," M, F,, ib. 

1447. */oí^.— ThifliaatTariance 
with the textoal statement that the 



8laying waa done seTendajBbefore 
Feb. 15. 

^Feast of St. Berach.—See 1190, 
note 4, supra, 

« Was, eíc— That ifl, his bodj 
was left Ijing where he fell. 



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the Bed died : to wít, the Foreign youth that was best in [1446] 
hospitaKty of the Momonians. — ^TJa Cobhthaigh, nameljr, 
Domnall» was slain by the grandsons^ of Art Fa Mael 
[-Sh]echlainn on Cro-inis of Loch-Ainninn : to wit, an ex- 
cellent poet and an excellent leader. — Adam, son of Matthew 
(Mor) TJa Luinin, died this year — to wit, a pleasant, erudite 
man — on the 3rd of the Nones [5th] of May. — Finemhaini 
daughter of Mac Thomas, a devout nun, díed. — Owen TJa 
Leannain, prior of the monastery of Lis-gabail, died on 
the 4th of the Ides [lOth] of September. — Domnall TJa 
Maiiigen, a poor person devoted to God, died. — Gilla- 
Patraig TJa Leanna[i]n died this year. 

Ealends of Jan. on Ist feria, [12th of the moon,] a.d. [1447] 
1447. Domnall Mag TJidhir the FrecUed, that is, son of 
Philip Mag TJidhir, was slain (namely, on the 4th of the 
Ides [lOthi] of February) by Donn, son of Philip Mag 
TJidhir (ofthe [battle-]axe) and by the sons of 
Art Mag TJidhir and by the sons of Mac Oirghiallaigh 
and by the sons of TJa Daimin, seven day8 before the feast 
of [St] Berach^ of this year. And [it happened thus :] 
Domnall came into the Breifni of TJa RaighiUigh — and 
he had with him there but the crew of one cot [made up] 
of the grandsons of David Mag TJidhir and of other 
persons— on his way to the residence of Henry TJa NeiU, 
being in discord with his own fcinsmeu, namely, with 
Thomas junior, king of Fir-Manach andwith Philip, that 
Í8, the tanist of the territory. And they proceeded from 
the Loch eastwards through Barr-na-cuile and Donn and 
the sons of Art f ell in with them and slew Domnall then 
with arrows. And he was^ that night on the plain and was 
buried on the morrow in the monastery of Lis-gabaiL — 
Aedh, son of Thomas Mag Fidhir junior, namely, son of 
the king of Fir-Manach, died of the glandular disease this 



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015 íTles Ui'fiifi', iT)on*, inac fii§ pep-íTlanaCp, v'he^ vo*x\ 
pilun in' blia-oain fi". — bop^aiir, m^en íílicT)uapca[i]n, 
'o'he^ 16 ]Calen'Daf Mouembpif*. — ITIac Caba bpeipnec* 
T)'lie5 in* ^11^-5^1^ fi*: iT)on, Cofimac, mac ^iUa-Ctiip), 
íTlac Caba 7 Ciifii ITIac Caba, a' -Depbfiaraiii*, vo 
€o5a['5]^ T)o 8hil-Rai|iUi5 7 t)o Clainn-Chaba aficena 
r n-a ConfT)abla *ya bpeipne 7 apaile'. — Corhofiba 
A89d p-onaca t)o e^ in blia'oain fi, iT)on*, pefi r;i§i ai'5e'D co | 
coircenn*. — CCn blia'&ain fi t)0 cuifie'o cenn Pfian^cac le 
'Comaf Ó5 TTIa^ 111-51^, iT)on, fii pep-ÍTlanac, ap T:empoU 
CCcai'D-upcaipe a n-onoip T)hó^ 7 T3i§epnai5 7 flonain* 
Ocup af e T)o poine an beann foip T)o*n cempoU ap a 
anmain pein 7 apaile. — pei'5lim[i'5], mac Seaain, mic 
Pilib hUi ílai§iUi§, iT)on, aT)bup pi^ bpeipne ap* eini£ 
7 ap eajnum*, t)o gabail a peU a m-baile Ct€a-TTxuim 
le pupnapal, iT)on, pep-inaic pi§ 8axan a n-Ciiinn, ap* 
n-T)ul T)0 ap a iCr pein'. Ocup plai'^ mop t)o tecz an* 
zan pin' a m-baile CCéa-cpuim 7 peiT)lim[i'D] t)0 05 T)1 
lap m-buai'5 .Ongra 7 airpigi : iT)on*, cpi peccmuine pe 
8amain 7 a a'5nucal a íTlainifnp na m-bpa€ap a n-CCé- 
cpuim 7 apaile^ Ocup mac maUacc ap upcoir^ 7 T)iabal 
ap olcaiB^ in* pupnopal pin 7* ap eT) aT)epiT) eolai§ 
Cpenn pip, nac cainic o Ipuor, lepcepa'5 Cpipr, anuap 
a comolc ap T^poc^nimpa'^aiB*. — Co^an, mac peT)paip, 
mic' 8aepT)alai5' hlli bpeipLen, iT)on, oUam bpeireifian 
pep-íTlanac 7 apT) aipcmnec CCipi5-TTIhaelain, t)0 eg an 
blia'5ain pi. 

1447. í "010 [!], A, 2 an, A. ' iT)on, tii pevi-Tnanac— «»ame/y, king o/ 
Fermanagh — overhead, B. ; om., A. » na bfieipne— o/ the Bretfne, B, 
*»i n-a ina-D— »« ^i* stead-^íiá,, B. **=1444^^ íJ snimtiaTÓaiB — 
deedt, B. 



* Kept, ttc,'-** One for hospitalitie to all Ireland," M. F., p. 217. 



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year. — Borgaill, daughter of Mac Daarca[i]ii^ died on the 
16th of the Xalends of November [Oct. 17].— Mac Caba 
the Brefiiian died this year : namely, Cormac, son of Gilla- 
CrÍ8ty Mao Caba, and Henry Mac Caba, his brother, 
was ohosen by the Sil-Baíghilligh and by the Clann- 
Caba also as Constable in Breifni, and so on. — ^The 
Saperior of Fidhnach died this year : namely^ a man ' 
who kept^ a general guest-hoose. — This year a French 
roof was put by Thomas Mag XJidhir jnnior^ namel^, 
king of Fir-Manach, on the church of Achadh- 
nrchaire in honoor of God and [SS.] Tighemach and 
Bonan.^ And it was he that built the eastem gable of 
tbe chnrch for [the good of ] his own soul, and so on. — 
Feidhlim[idh], son of John, son of Philip XJa Baighilligh, 
namelyy one fit to be hing of Breifni for ho8pitdíty and 
for prowess, was captured treacherously in the town of 
Ath-truim<* by Fumival,^ that is, the Deputy of the Idng 
of the Saxons in Ireland, after going there at his [Fumi- 
val's] own ínstance. And a great plague came at that 
time in the town of Ath-traim and Feidhlim[idh] died 
thereof, after victory of Unction and penance: to wit^ 
three weehs bef ore November Day and he was buried in the 
monastery of the Friars in Ath-truim, and so on. And 
a son of maledictions for maUce and a devil for evils [was] 
that Fumival and what the leamed of Ireland Bay of him 
ÍB that there came not from Herod, by whom was crucified 
Christ, downwards one so bad for ill deeds. — ^Eogan, son 
of Pedras, son of Saerdalach Ua Breislen, namel^, chief 
brehon of Fir-Manach and arch-herenagh of Airech- 
Maelain, died this year. 



[1447] 



* Tighemach tmd Emaiu — See 
1218, note 1, tupra. 

* Captwnd m Aih-truwi [Trim].— 
Moffc probáblj, dQiing the holding 
oí the Anglo-Irieh pariiament (f or 
the enaotaiente of whioh, see Gil- 



bert, p. S43). 

'JWrmvo/. .-See 1415, note 1, 
wpra, Thi8 waa Talbot*8 thiid 
tenn as Viceroj. GHlbert, VUe- 
roy$, pp. 304-20-48. 



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ccNMalxx tjlaroti. 



[b.] lCal. lan. d. p., [U' xx.iii.*,] anno T)omini m.** cccc.** 
xt° 11111.^ Cu-Connacc, mac pibb mes Ui'5iii, t>o eg in^ 
blia'5ain fi, iT)on^ mí laji m-OellTOine, po buai'B aiíjiige 
7 a^lacu-B a cempoll C)Ccai'5-iip£ai|ie^ — htla* hllisinn' 
•o'es an btiaftain fi*: iT>on, Txrfes 05, iT)on, owe fgol 
epenn 7 CClban a n-Dan 7 a pogluim 7* pep w§i ai'be'B t>o 
cliapail!! 7 t)0 •6eopa'6aiB epenn co coiccenn. CC eg lap 
m-buai'B ai€pi|i' 7 T3ua€al hlla htlisinn T>'[p]ollomnu|a^ 
1 n-a ina* 7 apaile. 

(bpian' mac Silla-Coirsle 7 Cacepina Inni' CeaUaij, 
a companafi, t>o ba6a^ ap pupc OCpT>a-l-tuinin an blia- 
•5ain fi, 8tio i-oup pebpuapii'.) 

lCaL lan. iii[i]. f., [L" 1111.*,] anno T)omini m.*'cccc.° 
xl.'* IX. eogan, mac 8eaain htli tlai|illi§, iT)on, pi on 
va bpeifne, t>o eg an blioBain fi ím* f eil parjpais: iT)on, 
pep T>o foixxin a cpica ap a comupfannaií! co comlan. 
OC eg fo buai* aiépigi 7 a a-Bnucal 1 mainifcip an 
ChaBam^ T)a pi§ t>o •benum 'pa bpeipne a n-a|ai'5 
a feile in^ blia'bain fi: iT)on, Pepgal, mac Tx)maif 
A 90a ^^^I^ I ^^^ Rai|iUi§, vo pisaft vo Sí^aUaitS 7 t>o 
TDomnall, mac Seaain hUi ílai|iUig, 7 8eaan, mac 
Ui ílai|iUi§, vo piga* v'Xla WeiU 7 t>o mag maé- 
gamna 7*^ apaile". — 'Oonnca^B^ mac tJisepnain hUi 

1448. » an, A. > 0, B. •* = 1432 •••. »>•*> om., B. ^ Here, 1. m., t h., 
B, i8 : ^CPDS 0J5 hlla \\VÍ\^f\n^Tadkg junior Ua hUiginn. ^= ^^ ••« = 
14441-1. M - 1383 M. g phonetic form of itigen Ui. Cf. 1073, note 1, 
wpra. 

1449. »an, A. •*= 1432»* »»-»»om., B. e^om.,A. 



1448. J Preceptor, cíc— '* Chiefe 
maister of the poets, called aes^ 
dam [folk ofpoetry\ c/. 1113, tl 1, 
8upra\ of Ireland and Sootland, 
the aflfábleet and happieet that ever 
professed the dan [poetry], died 



after dae penanoe and Extieame 
Unotion, at Killoonla [Rinoonl/, 
00. Ghdwaj], and waa bnried in the 
mouasterj of Ath-leathjn [Ballj- 
lahan, co. Mayo]," M. F., p. 219. 
1449. 1 And $0 on.— The par- 



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Kalends of Jan. on 2nd feria, [23rd of the moon,] a.d. [1448 B] 
1448. Ou-Connacht, son of Philip Mag Uidhir, died this 
year, namely, a month after May Day, with victory of 
penance and was buried in the churoh of Achadh-orch- 
aire.— Ua hUiginn died thie year : to wit, Tadhg junior, 
namely, preceptor^ of the schools of Ireland and Scotland 
in poetry and in erudition and a man that kept a general 
guest-hoose for [leamed] retinnes and for the pilgrims of 
Ireland. He died affcer victory of penance, and Tuathal 
Ua hUiginn became director in his stead, and so on. 

(Brian Mac GíUa-Coiegle and Catherine O'Ceallaigh» 
his consort, were drowned in the port of Ard-I-Luinin 
thÍB year, on the 8th of the Ides [6th] of Febrnary.) 



Kalends of «Tan. on the 4th feria, [4th of the moon,] a.d. 
1449. Eogan, son of John Ua Baighilligh, namely, king 
of Íhe two Breitni, died thís year about the feast of [St.] 
Patrick: to wit, a man that completely defended his 
territories against their neighbours. He died with victory 
of penance and was buried in the monastery of Cavan. 
Two kings were made in the Breifni against each other 
this year : to wit, [1] Ferghal, son of Thomas Mor Ua 
Baighilligh, was made Idng by the Foreigners and by 
DomnaU, son of «Tohn Ua RaighiUigh and [2] John, son 
of [Eogan] Ua Baighilligh, was made king by Ua Neill 
and by Mag Mathgamna and so on.^ — ^Donchadh, son 
of Tigeman Ua Buairc, died this year. — ^Brian Ua Neill 
junior died this year.— The bishdp of Clochar was con- 



[1449] 



tSouIan omitted are perhaps thoee 
in M, F. (p. 222) : War aroie be- 
tween the rÍTals ; tlie Depatj and 
Ormond went to aid Ferghal, bnt 



were defeated hj John, who alew 
or captnred £rom 40 to 60, two of 
the O'ReiUjB beÍDg amongst the 
áhiin. 

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B86b Hulanxc, 'o'hes \n blia'oain fi. — bjiian 05 hUa NeiLl 
•00 eg in blio&ain ft. — eppuc CLocaiii T)o facjiail in 
blio'bain fi le haijVDefpuc CCfDa-TTlaca a n-*Opoi£ex>- 
aéa*: iwn', Rofa, mac 'Comaif 015 nie5tli'5iíi (iT)on«, pi 
pef-manac*)'. Ocuf** wefí va NoDlaig t>o fonoft 7 ni 
T)eíinaD co minic fiam bainnpuga'S la hefpuc buT) mo 
ina'n bainnfiugaft |in vo poine Rof TTlas Ui'5ip a n- 
"OpoiceD-aéa 7 apaile**. — TTlop, ingen C)Ce'5a, mic** pilib 
na cuai-be^ TTlhes Ui-Bip, iT)on,benOCipT/,miceo5ain 
hUi Weill, D'heg.— Omonn, mac bpiain bailB, mic 
^rS^^^P» w** eg lT>[ib]uf Tílaii^ — TTla|nuf bui'be, mac 
Caipppi, mic 'Ouinn mheg Ui-Dip, obiixí' 5 ]CalenT)af 
lunii^ 

(A) (B) 

TTIetgntif* btiii6e, mac gilla- TDagntif biii'óe TTIac TTlag- 
phaDpai^, mic TTIhada TTIic ntif a mopctJtif efc : iT)on, 
TTIaJntiffa, D'heg on blia- mac Sitta-paqion^, mic 
i^in [fi]*. TTloéa TTIic TTIagnufa. 

lCaU lan. u. p., [U* x.u.*,] OCnno "Oomini Tn.° cccc.** l.** 
Ocuf bliaoain na n-Jpaf ifin Roim hi** ; iT)on', an T)opuf 
Op'fea D'fOf luga* ifin tloim*. Tílag Ui'feip t)0 'Bul cum 
na tloma in blia'5ain fi% iT)on , pi* pep TTlonafi*, iT>on, 
'Comaf , mac*^ 'Comaif , mic pilib n a c u a 1 * e". Ocuf 
ba bponac Daiíia 7 ple'Ba 7" lu£c uipD'' epenn i* n-a 
Diai|*. Uaip*' nip'f agaií! ixip a eif a n-epinn ne€ po bo 
mo comain oppa fi'n ináf é 7 ne€ if mo po cenncng t)o 

1449. ^ The seqnenoe in B is : bfticm— 'Oonnócró— Ofpoc. • 7 oriaile, 
ad., B. « after fi, B. b« = 1392 »» . >»->» = 1379 »». »» = 1894". 

1460. ■* = 1432 •^. b = 1 398 o<. «^ om., B. ^^ af ter 'Comaf (with 
05— :funt</r— pref.), B. •"•■oo'n xniTitif frn—fir thai joum^, B. 

* Cottsecratiotu — Literall^, m- * Osgar. — Maguire (Mag Uidhir). 

pousal, 1460. * Tearqfth^Indulgeneéf. — 

^ Orea ter, — In the entertaiiiment Nicholas V . ( 1 447-66) promiilgated 

aiid largess tbat were given. a Jubilee in 1460. 



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secrated this year by the arohbishop of Ard-Macha in 
Droiched-atha : to wit, Bosa, son of Thomas Mag TJídhir 
jnnior (namely, kÍDg of Fir-Manach). And between the 
two NatÍTÍties [Dec. 25-Jan. 6] it was done and not often 
before was done a oonsecration^ that was greater^ than the 
consecration which Eo8[a] Mag ITidhir did at Droiched- 
atha, and so on. — Mor, danghter of Aedh, son of Philip 
MagUidhir of the [battle- ]axe, namel^, wife of 
Art, son of Eogan Ua Neill» died. — Edmond, son of Brian 
the Deaf, son of Osgar/ died on the Ides [16th] of May. — 
Maghnus the Tawn^, son of Cairpre, son of Donn Mag 
Uidhir, died on the 5th of the Ealends of «rnne [May 28]. 



[1449] 



(A) 

Maghnus the Tawny, son of 
(Hlla-Padraigy son of Matthe w 
Mao Maghnussa, died [this] 
year. 



(B) 

Maghnus Mac Maghnusa 
the Tawny died: to wit, the 
son of Gilla-Patraig, son of 
Matthew Mac Maghnusa. 



Ealends of Jan. on the 5th feria, [15th of the moon,] a.d. 
1450. And a year of the Indidgences^ [was] it in Rome : 
to wit, the Golden Door was opened^ in Rome. Mag 
Uidhir went to Bome this year, namely, Idng of Fir- 
Manach; that is, Thomas, son of Philip of the [battle]- 
axe. And mournful were the [leamed] companies and 
poets and derics^ of Ireland after him. For there was 
not left after him in Ireland one that had placed greater 



[1460] 



^Qolden Door toaa opened, — A 
prolep8Ía In aatioipaticm of the 
Jnbilee of 1475, SixtnB IV. (1471- 
S4) made a sixth entranoe, nortli 
of the existing doozs, (on the ex- 
tzeme right, aa jou enter) to St 
Peter'f. Thia he defiignated Porta 
Sanuia aad direoted that it should 



be opened only doring each similar- 
I7 indnlgenoed (fiTO-and-twentieth) 
year, {AA, SS., Junii tom, 7, p. 
91. On the groond-plan, ií., it 
occnpies A q.) 

^CUrics. — IiiteraUy, folk of 
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octnicri.a uLcroTi. 



•5011 7 •o'elcrBoin. Ocuf mí jie tu|nur(r5 do fíasail!! fe 
a baile pein th) 'oul af ín tnifitir V^''' Ocuf feccmuin 
a n-T)iaí§ a imce^TO, rainic T)onn£a5 TDunSa6ac TTlas 
Ui'Bif, iwn", mac a^aji T)o ílflhas Ui'6if% 'o'innfoi|i'5 
Caéail nies Ui'Bip, iT)on, mac vo ÍXiocs Ui'Bif (iT)on', vo 
T^omaf 05*, in' Cafeal fin*). Ocuf vo gaí! fe' he' i n-a 
€i§ pein a Cnoc-Mince* 7 f uc teif he' 7 a qiefi o'n Cnoc* co 
Sofu-an-feaoain* 7 fo mafib fe*" an[n]fin e*" qie^ fnn- 
§aiU. Ocuf fo cuai'B" fein' a t;^alla£-nT)un£a6a 7 fo 
boi a cocoS aji' ©monn ílflas Ui'6if 7* aji "OonncoS THag 
Ui'5if. emonn 7 TDonnÉa:5 t)0 'Bul a fOft" coinT)e" pe 
*Oonnca:6 T)un£a'5ac** 7* fi€ t)o T)enam T)oi1!! pfii ajioile. 
Ocuf emonn t)0 gabail T)onn£aBa T)unca*aii' a n-Ja- 
bail-lium 7 cuc'* teif he co hOCcai'5-Uf6aiiie' 7 t)0 bean^ 
A 90b cof 7 laiíi T)e a n-íc a T)fo6cuin5ill p ein*, iT)on, mafb|€a 
Cafiail THeg^ Ui'5iii\ T)o* mola5 imoffo an T)i§ail fin 
T)o fiinne Cmonn a n-ejiaic na pingaiLe fin t)o finne 
T)onn6a5 T)un£a5ac 7 ajiaile^ — hUa piannagaíiln 
(iT)on', ínuifcefraS') T^uaiéi-Haía t)o ^ul cum na Roma 
in^ blia'Sain fi^ 7 a «5 «P^ Roim T)o'n plai*, iT>on% 
fefcmam laji peil bíii§De, pa buai-^ aiífiga Ocuf t)o 
fona* caifeS T)'a T^efibfaéaiii pofi tJuaií-Raéa 1 n-a 
ina5, i-^on, Cof mac hUa pianna5a[i]n 7 ajiaile''.— peaji- 
f un T)aim-mnf 1 Loca-heif ne (iT)on', Micolaf^), won, in 

1460. » c|iia, B. > cm, A. "= 1403 M, m = 1428 ^\ * e— ^m— 
acL, B. M offtn— /roifi íAaí, B. * = <«». »he— Aím— ad., B. «'|u) 
Ja6— AcW— B. nícoinni (ao.), B. «i n-a i6iai§ pn— i»/lfir Ma<->ad., 
B. P-P|\o saba^ "Oonnca* leif wnfin^Dcnchadh wat et^tured hy him 
then,B, <irw>^>®«naD(paa8.), B. "=1392»». 



* Of'—compontUm.—lAienLllff o/ 
poetrjf and of erudiiUm. 

» Of Tellaeh - Dunchadha, — So 
called from having been íostered 
in Tulljhanoo (co. Cavan). 



• Son—father, — But not of hia 
mother: a periphrasifl for half- 
brother. 

^ Cnoe-mnté.—HinoflSt.^ Ninid 
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oblígatíon on them than he and one that purohased more 

of poetic and of erudite composítion^ And a month before 

Lamas he left his own resídence to go on that pilgrímage. 

And^ a week after his departure, came Donchadh Mag 

XJidhir of Tellach-Dunchadha,'^ namelj, son of Mag Uid- 

hir's father,® to attack Cathal Mag XJidhir, that ís, the 

son of Mag TJidhir (to wit, [son] of Thomas junior [was] 

that Cathal). And he captured him in his own house at 

Cnoc-Ninte^ and took him and his spoil with him from 

theHill^ to Gort-an-feadain^ and killed him then in 

&atrícide. And himself went ínto Tellach-Dunchadha 

and was warring upon Edmond MagUidhir and upon 

Donchadh Mag Uidhir. And Edmond and Donchadh 

went to a place of meeting with Donchadh of Tellach- 

Donchadha and peace was made by them with each other. 

And Edmond made Donchadh of Tellach-Dunchadha 

prisoner in Gabail-liuin and took him with him to Achadh- 

urchaire and deprived him of a foot and hand in punish- 

ment of his own wicked proceeding, namel j, the killing 

of Cathal Mag Uidhir. Now, that retribution which 

Edmond wrought in satisf action of that fratricide which 

Donchadh of Tellach-Dunchadha wrought was lauded 

and 80 on. — ^Ua Flannaga[i]n (namely, Muircertach) of 

Tuath-Batha went to Bome this year and died in Rome 

of the plague, that is, a week after the feast of [St.] Brigit 

[Feb. 1], with victory of penance. And his own brother, 

namely, Cormac Ua Flannaga[i]n, was made chief over 

Tuath-Batha in his stead, and so on. — The parson of 

Daim-inis of Loch-Eime (namely, Nicholas), that is, the 



[1460] 



maoflaint ! — ^in Loagh Eme, whose 
feast was Jan. 18, Mart, Tall, 
L. lC, 356c); Eiiockniim7y oo. 
Fermanagh. 
^ Hill. — Knookninn7. 



• Gort-an'feadain, — Qarden o/ the 
brooh ; Gk>rtineddan, par. of Tom- 
regan, bar. of Enoohninnj (O'B 
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peiifun htla picmna5a[i]n, do eg ifin Roim T)'on cuiiuf 
fin 7 afiaile. — 8lua|a5® vo 'oenaiíi 'o'eniii htla Meill 7 
'o'OCfic htla Meill, iT>on, meic eogain htli Meill (i'oon', 
fii in CoiceDOi a|i tJiiian-Conlail T)o cumnam le TTlac 
tliMin'. — líialU mac enfi, mic &)5ain htli Neill*, T)o* 
'Bul T>'iaiiai'5 qiei£e aji THuiiicéiiTOfi THac-htli-Neill- 
bui'Be. OCn cfieaS T)o gabail T)o tJiall 7 T>'a niuinnci|i. 
TTíac-htH-Neill-bui'5e t)o bfiei6 afi Wiall^ &)5an,niac 
bíiicnn 015 htli 14eill. T)o cuijie* annnn a niuinnr»ti 
vo cenn WeilL tJuc T>ino &)5an, mac Oiiiain 015, mic 
bfiiain moifi, mic enjií ai m jiei •& htli íleill, va buiUe 
flei|i afí Niall 7 fo mafb e 7 fo ha:6laiceT> a n-OCfT>- 
TTíaSa an Wiall fin 7 afaile — 8i€ t>o 'Benum t>o 8heaan, 
mac eogain htli Tlai|illi|, 7 t>o "Oomnall ban htla 
ílai§illi§ f e ceile*. Ocuf' pefgal, mac Tx>maif moif 
hUi ílai|illi|, T>*a6iii§a&" 'ooiB' 7 |iigi na bpeipne uile 
T>o Sheaan, mac" eogain'* 7 pefgal t>o §abail cuaf fiuf- 
cair Seaain^ 7 ajiaile. — OCn c-efpuc TTías Ui'Bif vo eg 
in blia-Bain fi^ (it)' efc, in nocce 8ancT:i Wicholai*)- 
iT>on^ efpuc'' Clo^aip^ iT)on, piappuf a" ainm 7 t)o 
cloinn Ofgaip, mic La£lainn Tneg Ui'Bip, t>o 7 a eg pofi 
Oilen loÉa-laiíipusan a Claín-inif TTíuinnTnpi-Cianain 
fop io£-eipne 7 a aT)luca6 a tif-gaCail, mí pia íl0T>laic 
7 ofaile^ — 'Caíg, mac pilib, mic 'Comaif TTíheg Ui'oip, 
T)omafba'5' le cloinn Copmaic TTíeg Sampa'Bain mf pia 
íl0T>laic 7 a a*lucaft a lif-saílaiV.— Silla-paquxis, 
mac in aif6iT)eo£ain moip* Tneg Ui-Bip^ iT)on', mac 



1450. •*ac 1379»^. *T)0 nKq[it)cr6 in blicróain fi— «ww tlam iki9 3 
ad.,B. «an bliatain p, ad., B. ▼a— AM—pref., B. "after piafitif, 
B. 'om., A. ^moTictitif efc, ad., B. 



w Peace, €te. See the first entrj i " Tooh iU ttipend.^Thai ia, be- 
of 1449aadthenotethereoii. I oame the TaasaL 



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parson Ua Flaimaga[i]ii, died in Bome on that pilgri- [1450] 
mage, and so oa — ^A hosting was made bj Henrj TJa 
Neill and by Art Ua Neill, namelj, sons of Eogan Ua 
NeiU (that is, king of the Province), into Trian-Oonghail 
to assist Mac Uibhilin. — Niall, son of Henry, son of Eogan 
Ua NeiU, went in quest of spoil from Mmrcertach Mac- 
Ui-I^eiU-boidhe. The spoil was taken hy Niall and bj 
his people. Mac-Ui-NeiU-buidhe oyertook NiaU and 
Eogan, son of Brian Ua NeiU jnnior. His f orce was then 
directed against NiaU. Now Eogan» son of Brian jonior, 
son of Brian Mor, son of Henry UaNeiU the Turbulent, 
deUTcred two 8trokes of a spear on NiaU and slew him 
and that NiaU was buried in Ard-Macha, and so on. — 
Peacei^ was made by John, son of Eogan Ua BaighiUigh 
and by DomnaU Ua RaighUUgh the Fair with each 
other. And Ferghal, son of Thomas Mor Ua Eaíg- 
hiUigh, was deposed by them and ^ingship of aU the 
Breifni [was given] to John, son of Eogan, and 
Ferghal took the stipend^^ of John, and so on. — 
The bishop Mag Uidhir died this year (that ís, on 
the eve [Dec. 5] of St. Nicholas) : to wit, the bishop of 
Clochar; namely, Pierce^^ [was] his name and he [was 
one] of the sons of Osgar, son of Lachlann Mag Uidhir, 
and he died on the Island of Loch-Iamhrugain in Olaen- 
inis of Muinter-Oianain upon Loch-Eirne and was buríed 
in Lis-gabaU, a month before Christmas, and so on. — 
Tadhg, son of PhiUp, son of Thomas Mag Uidhir, was 
slain by the sons of Oormac Mag Samradhain a month 
before Ohristmas and buried in Lis-gabaU. — GKUa-Patraig, 
son of the Qreat Archdeacon Mag Uidhir, namely, son of 



^ Fieree, — He suooeded Art Mac | oQnnexion with the present obit, it 
GaweU (ob. 1432, tuprd). From appears that he resigned before hie 
the thiid entrj of 1449,takenin ' death. 



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170 caumloc ulcroTi. 

niuitiif, mic inccca, obnc 5 l'otir Wouembjiif^ — CCnp.iar 
hlla 'Ofioma^ iwn , mac SiUi-CiiifD hlli T)poma, vo 
eg in blioBain fi: iwn, feji qiei'Bec, cosufafi, laf ce£c 
o'n Roim blia^oin na n-sjiaf, in 55co anno f ue eracif ". — 
hlla CaifiT>e Cuile, iwn, TxrBs, mac Oifep, mic Tai'Bs 
moif, mic* Silla-na-nainsel" htli Caifi'oe, 'o'hej;' ii) 
blia5ain fi": i-oon, oUam Peíi-ítlanaC fe leijif 7 
ajiaile. 

A 90c ]caL lan. ui. p., [l.' xocui.*,] CCnno TDomini ííl.** cccc.** 
l.*' 1."* THas Uiíif '00 €oi|ecc o'n Roim i** cofac na 
blia'Bna fa^ i-oon, 'Comaf 05, mac T3omaif. Ocuf ba 
failig imoffo 5«iU 7 5^1*611 ©f enn 7" •oama 7 •oeofai'b 

B 8G0 apcena" qiia^ n-a** TOisetx a'' n-Ofinn''. — | Ttlaifsfes, 
insen hlli CejibaiU*, i-oon, ingen fig Cile^ ben htli 
Concobuif phail|i, iwn, in^ Calbac, mac* THufcai'B 
hlli Concobuif — ^bean if fcff cainfc 1 n-a haimfifi í 
n-efinn 7 cuc fi va gaif m coiix^enna ^o'a foib f e hiaf 01*5 
fpf 61*50 a n-Cfinn 7 a n-OClbain — a heg fa feil bfigDe 
na bba'Bna fa f a buai* n-ai€fi|e;. Ocuf' f uaif a mac 
baf' in* 'fecCTiain cecna, iwn, pei'6lim[i'5], mac hlli 
Concobuif / af aile'. 

(A) (B) 

mainifciti in Chabain -oo fnainifcefv on Cabain vo 

lof5cr5 in blicr6ain fi (i-oon,» lofcaó leif m m-bfiotait\ 

pa ííeil btienamn"). hUa íTloeiam 7 fé fofi meifci 

[9 lines erased,] lap, ti-ol ^ina 7 an comnell 

f ug taif T)ia feomf a T)o f ásbail fop Utfa* 7 é fen t>o 

1450. - after Cmle, B. 

1461. *an, B. «an, A, •*=1432»^ (but in red ink). ^»»in bliffóain 
[p], B. '^om., B. ''-«''Dia — byhi8, B. •bain cen-D enig 6|xenn, 'o'hes— 
fair head of hospUaJittf of Ireland, diecí— inartd., B. *' Ocaf a mac 
•0*^05011 hmf—And her 8on died [lít. to get death : mf., in plaoe of ind., 
constraotion], B. s-^l. m., t. h., (A) MS. 



1451. ^ Ttco — invitations.—QÍTen in 1433, iupra, See note 7, f*. 



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Maurice, Bon of Matthew, díed on the 5th of the Ides 
[9th] of November. — ^Andrew TTa Droma, namelj, son of 
Gilla-Crisd Ua Droma— to wit, a polished, conscientious 
man— died this jear, after coming from Bome the Year 
of the Indulgences, in the 55th jear of his age — ^lJa 
CaÍBÍde of Coil, namely, Tadhg, son of Joseph, son of 
Tadhg Mor, son of GKIla-na-naingel Ua Caiside, died 
this year : to wit, the chíef physician of the Fir-Manach, 
and 80 on. 

Ealends of Jan. on 6th feria, [26th of the moon,] a.d. 
1451. Mag Uidhir, namely, Thomas junior, son of 
Thomas, came from Rome in the beginning of this year. 
And joyful in sooth were the Foreigners and Gaidhil of 
Ireland and the [leamed] oompanies and pilgrims likewise 
through his coming [back] into Ireland. — Margaret, 
daughter of Ua CerbaiU, namely, daughter of the king of 
Eili, wife of Ua Concobuir Failghi, that is, the Calbach, 
son of Murchadh Ua Concobuir — ^the best woman that 
came in her time in Ireland, and she gave two general 
invitations^ to all who were in quest of chattel in Ireland 
and Scotland— died about the feast of [St.] Brigit of this 
year, with victory of penance. And her son died the 
same week,^ namely, Feidhlimidh, son of Ua Concobuir, 
and so on. 



[1450] 



(A) 
The monasteij of Cavan 
was bumedthisyear (namely,' 
about the feast of [St.] Bre- 
nann). 

[Nine lines erased*] 



(B) 
The monastery of Cavan 
was bumed by the friar Ua 
Mothlain, he being inebriate 
after drinHng wine. And [it 
happened thus:] the candle 
he took with him to his chamber was left lighting and he 



*The Bome iwcl^— "There was 
Imt one night betwizt his and 
hi8 mother'8 death " (t^, p 229). 

*Namelyj e/c — This statement 



and the amonnt of the abradon 
prove that B i8 an abbreviation oí 
theAtext. 



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172 ccMMalcc uLcroti. 

Éoram 1 n-a co'5lu'5 7 cm feomfia vo Lara'5 7 an ihain- 
ifcefi tiili lafiTxxin. 

^cí^r5r®& insen bfiiain, mic enfi htli Meill, iwn^ 
ben Ruai^íií caic, mic 'Comaiv'' moiíi^ílílhes tli'Siii, 'o'heB 
4 Nonaf lulii. — ^íHac" TOifig ílíliiinnntii-peoDaCain, 
iT)on% eogan, mac Concobaifi THic Jilli-phinnein 7 
5illa-paq[\ai5, mac mic Caéail bui-Be ÍTlic 5^Ui- 
phinnein, w mafiba* le Coin-ConnaSc, mac Seaain, mic 
Con-Connacc Vne^ \i\^\jíy 6 l'ouf pebfiuafii.— btiian 
balB, mac Orsaifi, 'o'heg 5 lcalenT)af CCpriilir- 

[b.] \CaL lan. uii. p. [L* uii.',] CCnno "Oomini Tíl.^ cccc^'L* 11. 

(A) (B) 

^gel mop, "00 -óentim a hUa T)omnaiU, i-Don, Mec- 
t^iri-Chonaill in blioóoin fi, cain, -do maribaó le domn 
-i'Don, hUa 'Ooninaill, iwn, a •oetibTvataTV ftfóein, i-oon, 
Neécain, vo maribcró (1^, dann NeiU goirib [tJ]i 'Oom- 
oi'DCi feil brienamn**) le naiaOwn**, 'Oomnall^ CCe* 
clainn NeiU hlli •Oomnoill r^tiOD**), lari n-a n-^nnoriba* 
(i-DonN 'Oomnaa 7 CCe* -do a X^íf-Conoill. hUa 
ritjoó*), i-Don, dann a -Derv- 'Oomnaill vo •Denom -do RtiJ- 
brvacari fein (f le dainn p.oi'óe, mac Netonn hUi 
CCeóa baUaiJ, mic 'Oom- 'Oomnaill 7 fit -do •oenam 
naiU**), lof. n-a n-mnaribaó tó r^e dainn tleiU 7 let 
•Do a T^irv-ConaiU. Cocoó T^irve-ConnaiU «do tabairvc 
morv T)*eirv5i ecerv dnrvi, mac •Doib. 
A90d eosain htli | tleiU 7 tla T)omnaiU. Onrii w gabaiL 
Le cLainn ííeiLL hUi "OomnaiLL CLann tleiLL 7 cuic 
»00 muinnciri Cnrxi 'oo •6uL ari innfoi'Bis a TJiri-Con- 

1451. »»=«. 

1462. «^ = 1461»*,^; nobl.lef(>B. »»■»' = 1379«. bi».w,=:i446« 

* Osgar. — Magoire. | abridged his original (A). 

1452. ^Ua DomnaiU, ete.—A | « i^.— £it©pally, m'i^Aí. See 1075, 
typioal instance oí the manner in ' note 2y8upra. 

which the compiler of B frequentlj | 



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himself fell asleep and the chamber took fíre ond the whole [U6i] 
monaster^ afterwards. 

Margaret, daughter of Brían, son of Henry TJa Neill, 
namelj wife of Euaidhri Blind[-eye], son of Thomas 
Mor Mag TJidhir, died on the 4th of the Nones [4th] of 
July. — ^The son of the chief of Muinter-Peodachain, namely, 
Eogan, 8on of Concobar Mac GiUa-Fínnein and Gilla- 
Patraig, grandson of Cathal Mac Gilla-Finnein the Tawny, 
were slain by Ca-Connacht, son of John, son of Cu-Con- 
nacht Mag Uidhir, on the 6th of the Ides [8th] of Feb- 
ruary. — ^Brian the Deaf, son of Osgar,* died on the 5th 
of the Ealends of AprU [March 28]. 

Xalends of Jan. on 7th feria, [7th of the moon,] a.d. [1462] 
1452. 

(A) (B) 

A great tale was done in XJa DomDaill, ^ namely, 
Tir-Oonaillthisyear, — towit, Neohtain, was slain by the 
XJa Domnaill, namely, Nech- sons of his own brother, 
taín, was slain (to wit, on the namely, the sons of Niall IJa 
eve« of thefeastof [8t.]Bre- Domnaill (that is, Domnall 
nann) by the sons of Niall IJa and Aedh the Eed), after their 
Domnaill (that is, Domnall expulsion by him into Tir- 
and Aedh the Hed), namely, GonaiU. Eughraidhe, son of 
the sons of his own brother Nechtain IJa Domnaill, was 
(and by the sons of Aedh the made IJa DomnaiU and peace 
FrecUed, son of Domnall), was made by him with the 
aíter their ezpulsion by him sons of Niall and half of Tir- 
intoTir-Oonaill. [Ithappened Oonaill was given to them. 
thus :] Qreat war [arose] between Henry, son of Eogan 
IJa Neill and Ua Domnaill. Henry was captured by the 
sons of NiaU TTa DomnailL The sons of Niall and some 
of the people of Henry went on the offensive into Tir- 
OonaiU and they got traitorous^ news that O'DomnaiU was 

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174 



ccwwccla ulcroti. 



cnll 7 puapaDUíi bpaé afi Ti-T)ofniiaill vo be€ a 
n-T)tiBiiun an ai'Bci fin, iT)on, ^1*601 peil bpenain'o 
w fonnfiu'5. CLann Meill t>o •6ul pa'n m-baile 7 htla 
"Oomnaill t>o mapba'B t)oiB, co focai'Be T>ia muinnTnji 
maille ppif 7 apaile. 8luai|e* moíi t)0 •fienum laíi f m 
T>'enfi htla Meill, co ma€aiB an Coicit) uime, a Ziji' 
Conaill le clainn MeiU htli T)omnailL Rugfai'Be 
htla *OomnaiUT)otnnól í n-a n-a|ai'5, iT)on, mac MeÉTOin. 
8i€ T)o '&enum T)*enpi ezefí Rugfai'Be ^clainn NeiU: 
iT)on, *OomnaiU vo 'Benum vo Rugfai'Be 7 leé "Chife- 
ConaiU T)0 clainn MeiU htli "OomnaiU. Cínel-ÍTlóeín 
7 caifT)el na pinne 7 cif Innfi-heogain t)0 éabaifix: 
T)'eniii T>o'n coifc fin. enfii vo €oi§e£c v\a t;i§ T)o*n 
Tnif Uf fin 7 ap aile. 

Peajfi inaiT) f i§ Saxcm a n-efinn t)0 eg in blia'5ain fi, 
iT)on, lafla tlii-muman.— mac T)onn£ai'5 TJif e-hOileUa 
T)'e5, iT)on,8eaan, mac Concobuiii mic TDonncai'B. 



(A) 
Sltiajcfó T)0 T)entJTn t)0 hUa 
ÍJeiU, iT)on, eogon hUa MeiU, 
ifna pecróaib T)o coccró ap. 
^haUaib maóoitve Oip.§iall 
7 mag Uii^fv T)o 'ótil T)o 
ctiinntiin leif hlla Meill. 
mac hUi MeiU, iT>on, eogcm 
65 hUa NeiU 7 mtJinnceti 



(B) 
8lt]aScn& T)0 tencmi T)'tla 
MeiU, i'Don, t)o eo^cm hlla 
MeiU, ifna peww'6 t)o coccr6 
afv 5<íillaib. If T)o'n Tnip.tif 
fin fx) tnafbcrt mac *Oom- 
naiU S^Uóslaé, i-Don, 8om- 
aifile mop,, la hOip.5iaUaib 
7 la Sallaib. 



meg tli'Bi[i T)o 'Bul T)'iafai'5 criei6i af JhallaiB 
co CI016 - an - boT)ai| 7 an cf ea6 co íabaifw; leo 



* Dubhrun.'^The F. if. have (fN- 
brw; the ^. Z. C, dubrail; re- 
speotirelj translated darJbtess by 
O'DonoTan (iy. 997) and Hennessj 
(ii. 161). BotheditorsoonBeqaentlj 
take night literallj, making it de- 



pend on darJmesa; the genitíve 
i/eiU) signiÍTÍng on (the festiTal) I 
The oontezt oí the pxesent entry 
leaTee no room to donbt that 
Dabhron was the name of a plaoe 
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that nigbt, namelj, the eve of the feast of [8t] Brenann 
preciseljr, in Dabhrun^ The sons of Niall marched upon 
the town and Ua Domnaill, wíth a nomber of his people 
along with him, was slain by them, and so on. A great 
hosting was made after that by Henry Ua Neill, with the 
worthies of the [Ulster] Province with him, into Tir- 
Conaili along with the sons of Niall Ua Domnaill. Eugh- 
raidhe Ua Domnaill, namel^, son of Nechtain, mustered 
against them. Peace was made by Henry between Rugh- 
raidhe and the sons of Niall [on these conditions] : to wit, 
Eughraidhe was made [the] O'Domnaill and half of Tir- 
Conaill [was given] to the sons of Niall Ua Domnaill. 
Cenel-Moein and the Castle of the [river] Finn and the 
tribute of Inis-Eogain were granted to Henry on that 
occasion. Henry went [in triumph] to his house £rom that 
expedition and so on. 

The Deputy of the king of the Saxons in Ireland, namely» 
the Earl of Ormond,^ died this year. — Mac Donnchaidh 
of Tir-Oilella, namely, John, son of Concobur Mac Donn- 
chaidh, died. 



1462] 



(A) 

A hosting was made by Ua 
Neill, namely, EoganUaNeill, 
into the Fews,^ to war on 
Íhe Foreigners of the Plain of 
Oirghialla and Mag Uidhir 
went to aid Ua NeilL The 
son of Ua Neill, namely, 
Eogan UaNeiU junior and the 



(B) 
A hosting wasmade by Ua 
NeiU, namely, by Eogan Ua 
Neill, into the Fews, to war ou 
the Foreigneis. It is on that 
expedition was slain MacDom- 
naiU the Gallowglas, namely, 
Somairle Mor, by the Oir- 
ghialla and by the Foreigners. 



people of Mag Uidhir went in quest of spoil on the 
Foreigners to Cloch-an-bodaigh^ and the spoil was brought 



^ OrmoruL — JameB, the íoiirth, or 
"White»" Earl. For his proceed- 
ings dnring the 8iz week8 im- 
mediatelj previons to his demise, 
see M.F., p. 232-8; Gilbert, Vice. 
ropBf p. 364. 



^FewM, — ^ADglioised form of the 
teidual woTáj /edha — woods; abar. 
in the Bonth of Armagh co. 

' Chch-an'hodaigh, — Stone of the 
boor. Not identifíed ; but, mani- 
fe8tly, in the Fews. 



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176 CCMMCCla tilccoti. 

< Ti-a LonEpotii;. TjO^jí moti 'oa leniíiuin, i'oon, 5«ill 7 
mtiinnreTi íílej ÍDaSscnrnna 7 a m-btiaiéíii. htla MeiU 
7 a niuinnTO|i 'o eiíigi amafi, iwn, THas tli'Biíi 7 ÍTlac 
T)oninaill ^^^llóslac 7 fo£ai'5e im'Ba aile leif . fnac 
TDomnaiU -00 majfibcrB 'oo'n ctifiuf fin, i'oon, Somaiíile 
móíi 7 mof cm T>'a muinntJifi 'oo gabcnl 7 w mafiba'5 le 
SaUaiB 7 le muinnuifi fíles fnaÉgamna htlaWeiU "00 
'Dul 1 n-a lon5pop.T: cm 01*501 fin co pep 5 moip. Gnpi, mac 
TH) •Dul eogoin, iT)on, mac htli MeiU pein, 'oo coigecc mup 
a poiB hlla "MeiU 7 ílílas fncrBgamna 'oó €oi|e&: mup a 
poibe htla WeiU a clann 7 pié t)0 'oenum t)OiB ppi 
apoile 7 epic fflic "OomnaiU t)0 éabaipi; t)oiB 7 epic 
T)o htla MeiU í n-a eponoip 7 opaile. 

Pepgal pucr5, mac peplcnl fíles eo^ccsain, iT)on', pai 
cinn-pe^na beoga, ceinnf ealaig, T)ei|eini§', t)o mapbcrb 
le bapun T)elBna 7 le'' n-a mac, iT)on, le Semup 7 le 
CU1T)* vo T)halauina£ail!í, fcilicexf, 13 ]calenT)af lcmuapii, 
quamp] plupa[?] T)o[min]i[?] exeunTO 7 19 [lege: 9] 
A9ia ppo CCupeo ■Mumepo". — ^T)a° mac | Ruoi'fipi anthuinT), 
mic pilib fíleg tli'Bip, vo mapbcrb in bliccfeain pi le 
hOipgiaUaiB, iT)on, Za'b^ 7 pei'BLim[i'5J'. — 8a'5tí, ingen 
fílhic 5^^fFFI^'& ^*^"» ^^^ Carail moip fílic fnagnupa, 
iT)on% fai mna ^an uipefbai'5% T^'heg in** bliccfeain fi% 
8^ (aliaf^ 7^) lT)Uf fílaii.— fílaiT^mSspiboip in blia'Bain 
fi le Sefppail, mac emuinT), mic Tx)maif htli pepgail; 
ap taifec, mac tlofa 7 ap cloinn htli CeaLlai|, t)U 
mpomapbcrfi Concobup, mac ConLai6 fílic fíluipif 7 
rpi pp ve^ ap fi£ic mcnLLe pip*. — eosan, mac T)omnaiLL 
bain, mic Seaoin htli Rai§iLLi§, t)o eg in* bLicrfiain fi'. — 
CCe'5, mac CCe'5a big', mic CCe*a, mic'' piLib n a t; u a 1 »5 1'' 

1462, »7, B. *nvif, B. o^om., B. o^le t>peini— *y a party, B. 
• 015 —junior, B. 

^ In great wrath ; dishonoured, — 1 (1446, Dote 1, mpra)^ had joined the 
Beoanse his Tassal, Mao Mahon ■ English against him. 



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by them to their stronghold. A large pnrsuing partj, [1462] 
nameljr, the Foreigners and people of Mag Mathgamna and 
their kinsmen, followed them. IJa Neill and his people, 
namelj, Mag Uidhir and Mac DomnaiU the Gallowglas 
and another numeroas force with him^ rose out. Mao 
Domnaill, that is, Somairle Mor, was slain on that ex- 
pedition and many of his people were [some] captored 
and [some] slain by the Foreigners and by the people of 
Mag Mathgamna. Ua NeiU went to his stronghold that 
night in great wrath.^ Henry, son of Eogan, namel^, 
son of Ua Neill himself, came to where Ua Neill was and 
Mag Mathgamna came to where Ua Neill and his sons 
were and peace was made by them with one another and 
the eric of Mao Domnaill was given to them and the eric 
of Ua Neill for his being dishonoured,^ and so on. 

Fergal the Eed, son of Fergal Mag Eochagain, namely, 
an excellent leader, spirited, firm, truly-hospitabIe, was 
slain^ by the baron of Delvin and by his sod, namely, by 
James and by some of the Daltons, that is, on the 13th of the 
Kalends of Januar^ (Dec. 20), towards^^ the end of a year 
of the Lord of which 9 was the Golden Number. — T wo sons 
of Euaidhri the Feeble, son of Philip Mag Uidhir, namely, 
Tadhg and Feidhlim[idhX were slain this year by the 
OirghiaUa. — Sabia, daughter of Mac GafEraígh, that is, 
wife of Cathal Mor Mac Maghnosa, to wit, an excellent 
woman withont defect, died this year on the 8th (or, 7th) 
of the Ides [8th, or 9th] of May.— The defeat of Scriboig 
[was inflicted] this year by Geo&ey, son of Edmond, son 
Thomas Ua Ferghdl, on Laisech, son of Bosa and on the 
sons of Ua Ceallaigh, where was slain Concobur, son of 
Conlach Mac Maurice^ and three and thirty men along 



* Slain, — For the maimer in 
wfaich his bodj waa treated, see 
lf.J'.,p.236. 

^ rotaaníf— ifvm^,— The te^ 



and tranBlatioii are mainlj oon- 
jectnraL 

^^Mae ifatinVe. — See [1885],' 
note 4, iupra. 

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178 ccMMcclcc uLcroíí. 

THeg tli'Biti, vo fnafib(r6 i caiflen hlli fltiaii^c, i'oan, 
T^iseíinain, mic 'Cai'B^, híic 'Ci^epnain htli Ruaipc, le 
bfiian, mac T)onncai'5, niic CCe-Da XX\e^ Ui'diíi, 6 lT)ur 
CCpíiilir. — Concobujiílílac Sille-phinnein,T:airec ílíluinn- 
cifie-peoDa£a[i]n, moiicuur' epc 6 ]CalenT)ar CCpfiilir'. 

B 86» lCaL lan. ii. p., [l.* x.uiii.*] CCnno TDomini ílíl.*' ccca^ U" 
111.** ílíla[c] Caiifiéaié fiiaBac 7)0* e^ an blia'5ain fi^: 
iDon, T)onnca'B, peicem*' coiccenn 'o'peíiattí efienn 7 
CClban^ Ocup TDiafimaic an •ounai'B'DO íiiécrS i n-a 
ina* 7 afiaile. — ÍTlas íílaésamna "00 eg in* blia6ain 
fi**: i'oon,CCe'5 íiua5, mac Uugtiai'Be, i'oon^ pejx cunnaill, 
cíiaibrec, fiob' pefiifi eine£ 7 egnum 'oia hi[i 7 pob' pefiji 
oiT^fie' af 5a£ eLa'5ain 'o'a cLuine'5, a eg** oi-^ci Cafc^ 1 
n-a Ci| pein 'fa iufisain -f a a'5Laca'5 a CLuain-eóif^ 
Ocuf peiiLimi'^, mac bfiain moif* XDe^ íílarsamna*, 
•00 fi5a'5 1 n-a ina* af Oif^aLLaiB 7*afaiLe^ — Copmac, 
mac ip* ^iLLa •ouiB, mic CCe^a, mic** piLib, mic 
CCmLaim, mic TDuinn Saffais THeg tli'SifS obnu 16 
]CaLenT)af luLii. 

lCaU lan. 111. f., [L' ocx.ix.*,] CCnnoT)omini fn."cccc.*L.' 
1111.' hUa** DomnaiLL, i'oon^ Ruéfai-^e, mac Neficain 
hUi** *OomnaiLL% 'oo mafba* "do* T)omnaLL, mac "MeiLL 
(gaif b'j hUi T)omnaiLL. Ocuf' if aThLai'5 f f map ba'S 
e: i-Don, hUa TDofiafuoig 'do gabaiL TDomnaiLl apeaLL 

1462. «-o'ti^B. 

1463. *éaf& A. »an, B. «^sHS^»*. »>-»»om., B. «made into 
ar6ie by » h. tliat re-inked parts of A text. ' om., A. 

1454. •^ = 1459*«. ^ om., A. «^ om., B (on accoimt oí the inaertíon 
of ^\ « la— íy, B. 1384«^. " om., B. 



1463. ^Mae Carthmgh^EÍDgot l 'TW— «f.^Perhaps the oon- 
Carberj. M.F. (p. 236) plaoea 1 atmotion is impersonal: ^ wMeh 
hls death at 1462, I WM$heard(éhfUMmdiimH€9t), 



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with liim. — ^Eogan, son of Domnall the Fair, son of Jolin [1452] 
TJa Haígliilligh, died this year. — Aedh, son of Aedh the 
Little, son of Aedh, son of Philip Mag TJidhir of th e 
[bat tle-] axe, was slain in the castle of Ua Euairo» 
nameljr, of Tigeman, son of Tadhg, son of Tigeman Ua 
Roairc, by Brian, son of Donchadh, son of Aedh Mag 
Uidhir, on the 6th of the Ides [8th] of April. — Ooncobur 
Mac GiUe-Finnein, chief of Muinter-Peodacha[i]Q, died 
on the 6th of the Kalends of April [March 27]. 

Kalends of Jan. on 2nd feria, [18th of the moon,] a.p. P*^^] 

1453. Mac Carthaigh^ the Swarthy died this year : to wit, 
Donchadh, a general protector to the Men of Ireland 
and Scotland. And Diarmait ofthe Keep was made 
king in his stead, and so on. — ^Mag Mathgamna died this 
year : to wit, Aedh the Ked, son of Hughraidhe, namely, 
a courteous, pious man, that was best in hospitality and 
prowess of his country and that had best hnowledge of 
every science that he heard of ,* died on Easter Eve " in 
his own house in the Lurgan and was buried in Cluain-eois. 
And Feidhlimidh, son of Brian Mor Mag Mathgamna, 
was made king in his stead over the Oirghialla, and so 
on. Cormac, son of Th e B 1 a c k G i lli e, son of Aedh, 
Bon of Philip, son of Amlam,^ son of Donn Carrach Mag 
Uidhir, died on the 16th of the Ealends of July [June 16]. 

Ealends of Jan. on 3rd feria, [29th of the moon,] a.d. 1454] 

1454. Ua DomnaiU, namely, Eughraidhe, son of .Nechtain 
Ua Domnaill, was killed by Domnall, son of Niall Ua 
Domnaill (the Bough). And it was thus he was killed : 
to wit, Ua Dochartaigh captured Domnall in treachery 
and put him into the castle of Inis. The people of Ua 



* JSasUrJBv€.^^/Uioh 31 : Easter i ^Sonof ^mZam.— Omitted in ihe 
(X.G), Apiil 1. I F. M. (ad. oii.). 

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7 a cup a Éaiflen Iti'ori. ílíluinnceii htli T)oÉaifiTOi|, 
Asib tx)on, luCu coimeT)a TDomnaill, -do -peall | pofi htla 
n-T)oca|icai§ : iwn, é pein t>o gabaiL 7 "OomnaU vo 
tegan amac. XX\ai[i do cuala htla T)oninailL, i'oon, 
Ru^ai'5e, T)oninaLL vo gabaiL Leif htla n-T)o£aíiTOig, 
•00 TJinoiL fe rl-^aig cuigi 7 t)o cuai'B fe a nmceaLL 
caifLein Innfi 7 htla T)oninaiLL aiLe fo fgáiL ann, iwn, 
TDomnaLL 7 htla T)ocafTOi§ a Laim ann ag a muinnx^ni 
fein 7 ag T)omnaLL. Ru|fai'5e 7 ÍTlac tlibiLin -00 bei€ 
a ^aBaiL in ÉaifLein afi T)omnaLL . T)omnaLL imof fo -00 
•5oLa ajfi baffi an caifoeiL 7 cLoc "do buaLoB amac ua5 
(Wonif 'CCpf iLif ) afi htla n-T)omnaiLL (i-oon , Rusfiai'Sei») 
7 T)o maf B e Wn Uf cuf fin. Ocuf cainic f ein amac 
lafium f a buai-B cofcaif 7 fo Lean an fLua| 7 "00 finT)i 
éDaiL mof offa'. Ocuf fo gab fein Cif-ConaiLL co 
him[f]Lan o fin ama£ 7 afaiLe*. — ^T)omnaLL, mac 8eaain 
htli Rai^LLis (i-oon^ T)omnaLL ban tlaiéiLLi|*), t>o eg 
in' bLia5ain fi'. — ^tafaiffina, ingen'' íílic* ÍTlagnufa^ 
iT)on^ ingen CaraiL oicS mic CaéaiL líioif, ben htli 
phiaLam, iT>on", 8heaain", mic" Oojain htli phiaLain 
iT)on, ben T)aenaccac, T)ei§befac, obnu 6 lT)Uf lunn . — 
8eaan bui'^e THac CCtíiLaim, iT)on', mac bfiain, mic 
CCtíiLaim, mic piLib, mic CCiíiLaim, mic T)uinn £affai§ 

1464. I015, A. w=1379 . »»»»0. m., t. h., (A) Ma haruini— 
afurwards, B. H= 1884 >»-»». "^ om., B. »» af ter ínoiTV, B. ««l^ió*^. 
»*"T>o he^'-died, B. 



1454. ^ And swrrounded. — ^Liter- 
ally, around, 

*Inis, — laland: Inoh in Longh 
Swillj, between Fahan and Rath- 
mnlLeD, 00. Donegal (0*1). iv. 



* Went, etc.—The (lees oredible) 
acooont in M. F. (p. 287) and 
the F. M. omits the defeotion of 
the oostodianB and Btates that 



the beaiegers bamed the door 
and Bet fire to the stairs of the 
oastLe. Wherenpon, the oaptire 
begged to be loosedf rom his fettera, 
Bajing it were more fitting to die 
with hÍB limbB f ree. Believing that 
he had no ohanoe of esoape^ the 
keeper, in oompiBBÍon, set him free 
and Domnall aoted as set f orth in 
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AKKALS OF tJLSmm. í^í' 

Dochartaigh, that is, the party gaarding DomnaU» proved 1^*^*1 
fálse to IJa Dochartaigh : namely, made himself prisoner 
and liberated Doranall. When Ua DomnaiQ, that íb, 
Aughraidhe^ leamed that Domnall was captnred bj IJa 
Dochartaigh, he mustered a host to him and went and 
surrounded^ the castle of Inis.^ And the other Ua 
Domnaill, namely, Domnall» was safe therein and TTa 
Dochartaigh in custody therein with his own people and 
with Domnall. Eughraidhe and Mac TTibilin were attack- 
ing the castle against Domnall. ITow, Domnall went^ on 
the top of the castle and cast a stone f orth therefrom (on 
the Nones [7th] of April) on TTa DomnaiU (namely, 
Rughraidhe) and killed him with that cast. And he came 
forth himself afterwards with victory of overthrow and 
pursued the [besieging] host and wrested great spoil fix)m 
them. And himself took Tir-Conaill in its entiretj from 
that out and bo on. — Domnall, son of John Ua EaigbiUigh 
(namely, Domnall Ua Eaghilligh the Fair), died this year. 
— ^Lasairfina, daughter of Mac Maghnusa, namely, 
daughter of Cathal juníor, Bon of Cathal Mor, wife of Ua 
Fialain, that íb, of John, son of Eogan Ua Fialain, to wit, 
a charitable, well-mannered woman, died on the 6th of 
the Ides [8th] of June. — John* Mac Amhlaím the Tawny, 

^JoA/»,^.— ThefoUowingTable 1 latioD) of this eiitry to be oor- 
wiU enable the Jlií. text (and trans- I reoted : — 
Donn (Magoire). 



(6ponymon8 head of the (jllann-Amhlaiinh— CUaawIej). 
Fhilip. 



f ^ 

Amhlam. Aedh 

I (a qno the Clann-Hngh of Clanawlej). 

Brian. Blaok Gilli& 

. '■ , I 

John. (jHlla-Padraig. Cormao. 

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fnheg tli'Biíi' 7 5^lla-paq[iai5 tiiatJafi, a 'oefibfiaÉaip* 
aile, T)o mafibcrB a peall le Wíall, mac Cofimaic, ínic 
ati Sille 'Baití, mic CCe^Ba — a quo Clanti-CCe'ba 
Cloiíine-CCíhlaim — mic' pilib, mic CCiíilaim, mic TDtiiTin 
caiiíiaig THes Ui'Bifi*, 5 l-Dup ílílaii. — ^Jí^^^®'» ingen Con- 
cobaiíi ÍTlic fílalnura, mai^Den T)ei§berac, obiii; 6 lT)Uf 
lanuaiiii'. 



(B) 
Iffin blia^oin fi aDtibe|vc 
TxTDS hUa •Oonn6ai6a fen- 
moifv fofi on Cloió-caifip. a 
pefiaib-TTlanaé pofiuif, iT)on, 
la feili Labjfiaif. 
T)o fst^ib me fin, ajx fon suiiab' aiéni'5 "Bam ^u b'-Fuil 
an c-fenmoifi fin na Cloice-cuifiíie 'n-a haipeaf og a 
lan vo •Bainib^ 



Beonmoifi' vo furóa m 
bliatain fi ofv m Cloié-éaifitv 
1 pheafvaib-TTlanaé t)o 'Chaúg 
hlla *Ohonné<rta, iT)on, la 
6an taafiaif . Octif af tnme 



lCal. lan. iin. f., [L* x. ,] CCnno *Oomini ÍTl.''cccc.'* V u^" 
Cumfsfac, mac Con^obaif hUi Rai§iUi|, T^lieg in 
blioftain fi. — Co^ab mofi* T)'eiTi§i eT^ef pilib, mac 
Tx)maif ÍTleg tli'Bif, iT)on^ o^buf fi| pef-ÍTlanac^ 7 
ÍTlas 8ham]fur5a[i]n. pilib t)o 'Benam^ foflonspuifu 
a^ beinn-eclabfia. Clann philib T)0 tuI, becan feína, 
a Teallac-Borac, iT)on®, bf lan 7 ^if f T)elbac*. Ocuf ^ ní 
A 910 faboDUix T)'f eagain ap in | fibal fin oct: fecx; ficiu 
coif i'5e 7 T)a f ef T^eg maf cac^ baile TTlej 8hamf oBain 
T)o lofca'5 leo 7 an njx uile^ 00** himflan*. TTlac* TTleg 
8aiíif a-Bain vo maf ba^ T)o'n tJUf Uf f^n, iT)on, Tnail[-8h]- 
eclainn t)uB 7 mac eogain TTleg 8hamiiaT)ain 7 mofvan 

Pi>=1394". 



® biiítóaip,— ^"nmaii, B. 
l.ftn A. í- 



1464. 

1466. i-cm, A. *-i, B. •^=1432»*. »>-^om., B. «^after CUmn 
filib, B. *^Octtf TTIail[-Sh]eclainn •otiC •oo moriba^ó teo ec aUor-^And 
MaéllSh]echlainn the Blach toas elain hy them and so on, B. 



1466. ^ Seven score. — Seven and 
twentjT, F» M, (mistaldng the ori- 
ginaL) 



For the toum qfMag Samradhain 
nee 1431, note 3, supra. 



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ANNAIS OF TTt&rtBít. 18d 

oamelj, son of Brian, son of Amlilam, son of Philíp» aon of 114M2 
Amhlam, son of Donn Carracli Mag TJidhir and Gilla-Fat- 
raig the Swarthy, his other brother, were slain in teaoherj 
bj Niall, son of Cormac, son of the Black GiUie, son 
of Aedh — ^from whom [is] the ClaDn- Aedha of the Clann- 
Amhlaim — son of Philip, son of Amhlam, son of Donn 
Carrach Mag TJidhir, on the 5th of the Ides [llth] of 
May. — Gh^ine, daughter of Conoobar Mac Magnosa, a 
well-mannered maiden, díed on the 6th of the Ides [8th] 
of JaDuarj. 

(A) (B) 

Asermonwaspreachedthis In this year Tadhg XJa 

year on the Cloch-cuir in Fir- Donnchadha preached a ser- 

Manach by Tadbg Ua Donn- mon on the Cloch-cuir in Fir- 

chadha,namely,onthe[feast-] manach for the fírst time, 

day of St Lawrence. And it namely, on the day of the 

was for thÍB I wrote that, be- feast of [St.] Lawrence. 

cause it is known to me that that sermon of the Cloch-cuir 
is being mentioned by a multitude of persons. 

Zalends of Jan., on 4th feria, [lOth of the moon,] a,d. [1455] 
1455. Cumsgrach, son of Concobar TJa Raighilligh, died 
this year. — Great war arosebetween Philip, son of Thomas 
Mag Uidhir — ^namely, one that was to be king of Fir- 
Manach — and Mag Samradha[i]n. Philip made an 
encampment at Benn-echlabra. The sons of Philip, 
namely, Brian and Toirdelbach, went [with] a small 
force into TeUach-Eathach. And there were not of force 
on that march except seven soore ^ footmen and twelve 
horsemen. The town of Mag Samradhain and the whole 
territory were compIeteIy bumed by them. The son of 
Mag Samradhain, namely, Mael[-Sh]echlainn the BIack 
and the son of Eogan Mag Samradhain and many others 
of his people were slain on that expedition. The sons of 



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cnle -Dia intiinnTiniu Clatiíi pilib 'oo €oi§e€t; T>ia ui| 
Wn vtífiUf r^n pa buai* cofgaiti 7 comai'Bnie 7 aiuxile*. 



(A) 
'Coijfip.'oelbaé cema, mac 
piiib tneg Ui'óiti, T>o *ola 
co toó-TTleilJi 7 qiannog 
Tne^ phlannécróa vo gabail 
7 vo aifv^onn leif "Do'n cufitif 



(B) 
Cfiannóc Loéa-TTleilJi, iT)on, 
qfvanno^ TTleg phlannéata, 
vo ^abail 7 t>o aficain la 
Ix)ip.p.T)elbaé, mac pilib 
TTIe^ tliT>ifi. 



fin 7 a TX)i|eÉr; foin "oia €i| fo btiai'5 cofgaiiu 

Mla*íleiUT)0 [11505 an'bliabain fi*fon tlllTxxit), iT>on, 
©nfii, mac eosain, mic*" Meill 015** htli Weill, iT)on^ mí 
fie Lulnafa* vo fonnjio'B. htla Caéa[i]n 7 TTlag Ui'Bifi 
7 TTlag TTlaésamna 7 Clanna-ííeill uile 7 ComaTiba 
paqfiaiR t>o '5ola leif co Culac-05 7 a T^i§a6 ann leo 
co honopaC vo 'feeoin T)e 7 T)aine 7 aíiaile^ — TTlaine, mac 
TTlail[-8h]eclainn TTlic Caba, t)0 05 an*" blia6ain fi, 
iT)on, oBbuifi Confabla in va bpeifne 7 OiíipalL 7 pefi- 
TTlanac ap. einec 7 0^1 ea^num 7 afiaile^ — ^logaD na 
n-uile peca'6 an' blia'5ain fi ag ab na hUaarha, iT)on, 
ag 8eon bul, ag a €abai[iT; amafi a TTlainifciii na 
hUaania,in fefTX>penTOcofcef. — ^hUa CaifiT>i Cuile T^'heg 
in* bliofeain fi^ iT)on, T)iaiiniaic fiua'B, mac WeiU jiuai'fi, 
mic^ Oifep hUi ChaifiT>e 7 apaile^ — Wualaig, ingen 
Ca€ail nríoiii TTlic TTla|nufa, T)'he5 in*' bliofeain fi^ — 
biccaip» Chuil[e]niaine, iT)on, ConCubap, mac Wicoil, mic 

1466. »0, B. •^after tlllcai5 (with in for an), B. «ipn, B. 
r=l488k* A; text, B. 



^Made Hn^.—HaTÍng deposed 
hÍB íather, Owen (Eoghan), M. F^ 
p. 239. 

• Succ4isor ofPatrieh—The aroh. 
biflhop of Annagh, John liej 
(1444-66). 

^ CoMtabl«.^ThB,t íb, leader of 
the gallowglaaaea. 

*Plemry Indulgence.—lÁtmJlj, 



Remisnon qf aU sins, Ware 
(Bishops, p. 86) statee it was 
granted bj Nioholas V. to those 
making pilgrimagfee to the abbey 
[of St Marj, not the AagoBtinian 
Honse, Naran] and offerings tow- 
arda repairing or beantifTÍng the 
fabrick. (AIl the oonditions of 
snoh Indnlgenoes maj be aeen in 



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185 



Fhilip went to their hoxise from that expedition wíth vic- 
torj of overthrow and rout and so on. 



[1455] 



(A) 
The same Toirdelbach, Bon 
of Phílip Mag Uidhir, went 
to Looh-Meilghi and the cran- 
nog of Mag Flannchadha was 
taken and plnndered by him 
on that ezpedition and he 



(B) 
The Grannog of Loch- 
Meilghi, namelj, the crannog 
of Magh ilannchadha, was 
taken and plunderedbj Toir- 
delbach, son of Philip Mag 
Uidhir. 



went himself to his house with victorj of overthrow. 

Ua Neill, that is, Henrj^ son of Eogan, son of Níall 
Ua NeiU junior, was made king * this year over Ulstér, 
namely, a month before Lammas precÍ8ely. Ua Catha[i]n 
and Mag Uidhir and Mag Mathgamna and all the Ua NeiU 
Clans and the Successor of Patrick^ went with him to 
Tulach-og and he was made king there by them honour- 
ably, by the will of God and men and so on. — ^Maine, son 
of Mael[-Sh]echlainn Mac Caba died this year : to wit, one 
fit to be a Constable ^ of the two Breif ni and Oirghialla 
and Fir-Manach for ho8pitality and prowess and so on. — 
Plenary^ Indulgence was this year dispensed by the abbot 
of the Uama [Navan], namely, by John Bole, at the monas- 
tery of the Uama, on the feast of Pentecost.* — ^Ua Caiside 
of Cuil, namely Diarmait the Red, son of Niall the Red, 
son of Joseph Ua Caiside, died this year and so on. — 
Nualaigh, daughter of Cathal Mor Mac Maghnusa, died 
this year. — ^The vicar of Cuilmaine, namely, Conchubar, 
son of Nicholas, son of Murchadh (that is, The Great 



ihe Beeoript of Píub U. (Dea 4, 
1460) in íaToar of the CoUege of 
St. Savioiir, St. AndrewB. Theiner, 
p.428.) 

Bole snoceeded Mej in Armagb, 
1467-70. Oaliztns m. (June 13, 



1457) appointed him coUeotor in 
Ireland ol the tenth for the re- 
ooTery of Constantinople (Theiner, 
p. 402-4). 

* Penteeoit. — Jone 9 : Easter 
(XI.F),Apríl21. 



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186 cCMNaUc ulccDti. 

THuficai'B (iTxwiN in* ÍTl aigif cefi tnofi'') ÍHicsilla- 
calma, v'h&^ hoc anno, fciliCOT, iii. l'ouf CCpfiilif, 
[a.T).] 1455^». 

B87a[b.] lCaL lan. u. p., [l.*acx.i.%] ttnno T)oniint m.^cccc'' 
l.* ui.* «gel mofi a n-efiinn an blia5ain fi^ i-oon, hlla 
Neill T)'e5, iwn, eogan, mac Weill 015, inic Weill moif , 
iT)on% afenri enfi' {Mxm\ hXla Weill*). 

(A) (B) 

€0506 íno|v •o'eif.Ji ezefi tiUa "Oomnaill -do mafxbcró 

hUa Weill 7 |w X^iiie-Cho- 111 bliatatn fi, iT)on, "Oom- 

noill, iDon, "Ooninall, mac nall, mac MeiU (saiiib*) hUi 

Weill hUi 'Oomnatll. O "OomnaiU 7 a T)€ivbfuitaiii, 

Meill, iT)on, Onivi 7 Tllag iT)on, CCeT) ftiaó, T)o gabail 

Uitifv T)o "ótil, fltiag mofi, a 7 TTlac 8uibne T)o ^aboil |X>f, 

n-lnif^6oj;ain 7 longpofic Ocuf la hUa Weill (iT)on', 

vo Jabciil T)oib gaipix) o enpi') vo pona* fin 7 a 

caiflen Chuil-mic-an-qfiein. Cill-baiúin T)ono vo ponat 7 

hUa "OomnaiU 7 CCe-ó pua'ó apaile. Ocuf T^ippT>elba6 

hUa "Oomnaill, iT)on, T)ep- Caipbpeó, mac Heócam hUi 

bfvacatp hUi 'Oomnaill 7 'Oomnaill, t)o ptgot T)'hUa 

niac 8uibne ponaD t)o cecc Heill pop 'Chifi-Conaill. 

A 9id ap cpi heacaiB afa flua§ | pein vo bpeic fgel hUi Weill 
leo 7 cangoDup ap f aicci Cuil-mic-an-cpein. Clann hUi 
Weill, iTK)n, TroipT)elbacpua5 ^Ruai'Bpi, T)o€e£c an cfiaé 
fin jaipiT) o'n £aiflen. Ocuf aDconncaDup an rpiup 
maficafi 7 t)0 leanoDup laD 7 do mapba* hlla T)omnaill 

1466. *cm, A. *»-*»itl. by h. that wrote entry, A, B, *-*7 a|iaile 
(with 'o'hes after Ctiileniaine), B. 

1466. ^ =1432 •^. »> om., B. «=* . *-«» iU., t. h., A; iT)on, om. ; 
hUa[-i] tleiU in text ; 7 aixaile, acL, B, • =1446 •^. «' = • . 



1466. ^Eogaru See 1446, note ■ has inherent improbabilitíeB ÍB 
2, »1^0, I gÍTen in the F. M, 

■Ó'^(5t^,eíc.— Anaocountwhioh | ^ CvU'miC'an'trtiiu — Camer of 



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187 



Master) Mao-gQIa-clialma, died tliis jear, namelj, on 
the 3rd of the Ides [llth] of April, [a.d.] 1455. 



[1455] 



Kalendg of Jan. on fith feria, [2l8t of the moon,] a.d. [1*^6 3.] 
1456. A great tale in Ireland this year : to wit, Tla NeiU 
died ; that is, Eogan,^ eon of Niall junior, son of Niall 
Mor, namelj, f ather of Henry (that is, [the] XJa NeiU). 



(B) 
Ua DomnaiU was slain this 
jear, namelj, Domnall, son of 
NiaUUaDomnaiU (theEough) 
and his brother, namelj, Aedh 
the Eed, was captured and 
Mac Suibhne was captured 
IikewÍ8e. And bj Ua NeiU 
(namelj, Henrj) was that 
done and in OeU-Baithin 
moreoTcr it was done and so 
on. 

DomnaiU the Red, namely, brother of Ua DomnaiU'and 
Mac Suibne of Fanad went on three horses from their 
own host to bring [back] tidings of Ua NeiU with 
thein and came on the green of Cuil-mic-an-trein. The 
Bons of Ua NeiU, namely, Toirdelbach the Red, and 
Buaidhri, had gone that time a short distance from the 
castle. And they saw the three horsemen and pursued 



(A) 
Ghreat war arose between 
UaNeiU and the king of Tir- 
ConaiU, namely, Domnall, 
son of NiaU Ua DomnaiU. 
O'NeiU,* namelj, Henry and 
Mag Uidhip went [with] a 
large host into Inis-Eogain 
and a fortifíed position was 
taken by them a short dis- 
tance from GuU-mio-an-trein.' 
Ua DonmaiU and Aedh Ua 



Mae'On-trein {son of the atrong 
[num]); anglidBed Coelmao^atren 
in Doowra's Narratwn (MiscelL 
Celt. Soo., p. 251 sq.) ; now Castle. 
forwazd, on an arm of Longh 
8WÍII7, 00. Donegal, abont aeren 
iDÍles west of Londcmderrj (t6., p. 



309 ; F. M. iv. 920-1-90, t. 1396). 
The castle was wrested from 
0*Dogherty (of Inishowen) by 
O'DonneU in 1440 (F. M,). To 
retake it was O'NoíU'b object on 
the preeent oocasion. 



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ccMíiala: tilaroti. 



teo 7 T)o 5ab(r6 CCe* tia(r6 7 THac «uiBne. CC Cill- 
baiíin T)OTio vo fionafe fin 5 ]Calen'Daf lunii. 'Coifiti- 
•oelbac Caifibfiea6, mac Wefoain hlli "DomnailU "00 
€oi§e£c muíi a fioiBe hlla Weill 7 hlla Weill 'oia T^ifia* 
aji 'Ciii-ChonaiU an xxlxí fin. Ocuf uic coma^a mofia 
•00 hlla NeiU 7 v'a macaiB fiig 7 Va uitiíiigaiB 7 "o'a 
aef 5iur5a Ocuf cigeiinuf co huíhal 'o'htla WeiU 
fin amac ua* hUa •OomnailU hUa WeiU -00 ioi^e^ 
Vía v\% Wn uifiuf fin po buai* cofgaif 7 comai'5TTie. 

*Oonn£a6', mac 5^Ua-na-naem ÍTleís] Bsoloigi, iT)on, 
maigifcef fsoiLe t)0 bi a Lif-sabail, quieuii:''. — Wicol 
THas CCfa6a[iJn T)'heE». — Jiiaine', ingen CCe^a, mic 
CCfT)§ail, buime in abbai* 015 Lefa-gabail, iT)on, biiiain, 
mic JiUa-paqiaig, T^'heg in blicr5ain fi'. 

]CaL lan. uii. f., [V* 11.,*] CCnno *Oomini TH.^cccc'L' 
U11.** bf lan, mac pilib n a 1: u a 1 'b e THhes Ui'feiii, vo 
eg, iT)on, mac T)o* fi§ pef-TTlanac, laf' m-buai'5 On|ca 
7 ai€fige mairi'.— Coga* mof in blia*ain fi** evejt THas 
tli'5if (iT)on*, Tx)maf*) 7 ctainn Ru§iiai'5e TTles T11a€- 
gamna THag Ui-^iii* vo'' cinot a éife fiuige 7 muf T)o 
£uataT)Uii ctann TTles Tnhaígamna fin, vo cuoouii af a 
n-T)ainEneacaiB, iT)on, afi eoganaig 7 pa 8tiaB-TTlug- 



1466. K=:m9K 

1467. •* = 1461 •*. »> oiiL, B. 



<H> = b. d^i-.i384o^, «7, pref., B. 



* CeU-Baithtft[0l^Church of St. 
Baithine (whose feast was Jnne 
9. See Todd Lect. m., p. 22). 
The plaoe i0 called Teeh-Baithinlé] 
{Hoiue of Baithine)mthe A. L. C, 
ad on., being thuB identified with 



Taaghbojne, baronj of Baphoe, 
00. Donegal {Adamnant p. 872). 

^May 28.— Fridaj, Maj 18, FM. 
Batin 1456 (D 0), Maj 18 fell on 
Taesdaj; Maj 28, on Fridax. 
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them and IJa Domnaill was slain bj them and Aedh the [1466] 
Bed and Mac Suíbhne were captored. In Cell- Baithin [e] ^ 
moreoTer was that done, on the 5th of the Kalends of 
June [Maj 28 J.'^ Toirdelbach the Oarbrian,^ Bon of 
Nechtain XJa Domnaill, [then] went to where TJa NeiU 
was and IJa NeiU made him Idng over Tir-ConaiU on that 
occasion. And he gave large donatÍTcs to IJa NeiU and 
to his sons of king8 and to his sub-kings and to his 
favourites. And lordship [was] humbly [granted] to IJa 
NeiU f rom that out by Ua DomnaiU. Ua NeiU went to his 
house on that occasion with victorj of overthrow and 
rout 

Donchadh, son of GiUa-na-naem Mag Sgoloigi» namelj, 
a school-master that was in lÍB-gabaU, rested. — ^Nicholas 
Mag Aracha[i]n died. — ^Gbaine, daughter of Aedh, son of 
Ardghal,^ nurse of the young abbotof Lis-gabaU, namelj, 
of Brian,^ son of GiUa-Patraig,^ died this jear. 

Ealends of Jan. on 7th feria, [2nd of the moonj a.d. [1457] 
1457. Brian,8onofPhiUpMagUidhirof the [battle-] 
axe, namelj, son of the king of Fir-Manach| died after 
TÍctoTj of Unction and good penance. — Great war [arose] 
thÍB year between Mag Uidhir (namelj, Thomas) and the 
sons of Rughraidhe Mag Mathgamna. Mag Uidhir mus- 
tered his territorj to him and when the sons of Mag 
Mathgamna leamed that, they proceeded to their fast- 
neeses, that is, on the Eoganach and towards SUabh- 



the ssine as that of the preeent 
tezt, 5th (not 15th) of the Ealende 
of Jone. 
* CorMm.— That % fostered in 



Garberj (oo. Sligo). 

^ Ardghal ; QiUa - Patraig. — 
Magoire. 

" ^ríon.— Died in 1466, i^fra. 



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o^iwala ularoti. 



A92a 



vofíií. mas tli'5iíi 7 pilib mas tli'5iíi* 'oo 'Bul, flua^ 
mofi^ a n-T)apq[iai§i Con-innfi^ 7, 0' na6 |iucaDUii afi 
£aeixai'5ecc*, t)o' loif^e'ouii T)apqaai§i uile' 7 baile 
eogain, mic Ílu5|iai'5e meg maésamna», i'oon, Lir-nct- 
ngabup 7 a TOigect; 'oia*' x:\^ 'oo'n xnjpuf fin fo buai'5 
cofsaif 7 af aile^ 



(A) 
Pilib, mac 'Comoif meg 
Ui'óitv iT)on, QDbtjfv f.tj pef,- 
manaó 7 a donn t>o 'ótil, 
fltiaj mofi, a m-bfeipie- 
hUi-Tluatpxx tiUa Rtiaifc 
•o'ííagbail fcf a f ompo 7 "oo 
ctip, a caefafóeóc a n-Dain- 
^en. ptlib -00 túl co baile 
hUi Rtiai|ic 7 on baile t>o 
lofco* laif 7 an dp, utle 
af éena. Piltb 7 a t^uag -00 
inncoj. O Rtiatfi coo bp.eié 
ap, ptíilib 7 imp,tia5aó -do 
tabaif c vo. Ra ( 015 mop, vo 
tabaific w 6lainn pilib an 
con fin ap, htla Ruaip,c, 
iT>on, ap, 'Ciseftnan, mac 
'Cai'05 hUi Ruaip,c. Ocuf 
mac magnufa gf umaig, mic 
Caéail bui'Bif tiUi Uuaifc, t>o niafba6 leo T)o'n uif Uf 
fin 7 mof an aile na6 aif miTief f unn. pilib t>o éoigecc 
T)ia ci^ T)o'n ctif Uf fin po buai-b cofgaif. 

1467. *Comim>fi, B. "'Oaprpaigi uile t>o lofca* leif— «fl Dot' 
traighi vxu hurned by Ati», B. '* 'oo lofco^ leif ix>f [aUo], ad., B. 
^ po huai'ó T>o'n ctipiif fiti — wiíh victorjf /rom that e^ipedition, B. 



(B) 
€050* mo[\ in blio^in fi 
ecep, pilib, mac T!)omaif 
meg UiT>ip, 7 hUa Ruaip.c, 
iT>on, X!^i5ep,nan, mac Txn'65 
hUi Ruaipx). Ocuf pilib 7 
a clann vo ^ul, fluaj mof, 
a m-bpeifne-hUi-Ruaipx5 7 
baile hUi Ruaipx) -do lofca* 
leo 7 an cip, apx^eno* O 
Ruaific 7)0 bfeit opfxa 7 
imfiuagat T>o t>eú ecofxfa 7 
fiuaig mofi T)o tabanvc T>'hUa 
Ruai|ic 7 mac magnupa 
5|iumaiJ, mic Catil bui'óifi 
hUi Ruaip,c, T>o mafiboó ann 
7 mopan aile nac aip,micef\ 
funn. pilib T)0 toigecc T>ia 
tij fo buai-ó cofgaip. oo'n 
cufiuf fin. 



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191 



Magliclom. Mag TJidliír and Pliilip Mag XJidhír went 
[with] a large force into Dartraiglie of Con-inis and, as 
they did not come up with spoil, burned all Dartraighe 
and the town of Eogan, son of Bughraidhe Mag Math- 
gamna, namely, Lis-na-ngabur^, and went to their houses 
on that expedition with victory of overthrow and so on. 



[im] 



(A) 
Philip, son of ThomasMag 
Uidhir, namely, one that was 
to be king of Fir-Manaoh, 
and hia. sons went [with] a 
large host into the Breifne of 
Ua Ruairo. Ua Ruairc got 
infonnation [thereof] before 
[the arrival of] them and put 
his flooks and herds into a 
keep, Philíp went to the 
town of Ua Buairc and the 
town and all the territory also 
were bumed by him. Philip 
and his host [then] tumed 
[home]. O'Ruairc overtook 
Fhilip and made an attack 
upon him« Great rout was 
given by the sons of Philip 
on that oooasion to Ua Buairc, 
namelyy to Tigernan, son of 



(B) 
Great war [arose] this 
year between Philip, son of 
Thomas Mag Uidhir and Ua 
Buairc. And Philip and his 
sons went [with] a large host 
into the Breiftie of Ua Hiiairc 
and the town of Ua Ruairc 
and the territory also was 
bumed by them. (VRuairc 
overtook them and an en- 
gagement took plaoe between 
them and great rout was 
given to Ua Ruairc. And the 
son of Maghnus the Gloom^, 
son of Cathal Ua Ruairc the 
Deaf and many otbers that 
are not reckoned here were 
slain there. Philip went to 
his house with victory of over- 
throw from that ezpeditíon. 



Tadhg Ua Buaira And the son of Maghnus the 
Gloomy, son of Oathal Mag Uidhír the Deaf and many 
others that are not reckoned here were slain by them on 
Íhat expeditíon. Philip went to his house from that ex- 
pedition with victory of overthrow. 



1457. ^LiB-nO'nffahwr.^Fbrt of th$ 9te$d$; Linagore, bap. of Dar- 
ixej, 00. Monag^ (O'D. ít. 998). 



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OCMNOdOC tllOCDtl. 



(A) 

Cogccó mop. íx\ t)li(r5ain 
fi ecep, Tna^ Uitip, iDon, |ii 
Pefi-THanaé 7 hUa Ruaipx), 
iTK)n, Loólamn, mac Ixxits 
hUi Rtiai|ic. íHas Ui-óip, 7 
hUa Ruaipx: t>o gabail coinne 
ppi a éeile of ann COfca- 
ConaiU. íHas Ui-óip, 7 
bpian, mac pilib íHhes 
Ui-óip^ vo TK)la, becan T)aine, 
a coinne hUi Raaip^, iDon, 
feiftip, mapx^ó 7 cpi fióic 
coifi'óe. íHiip, T)0 óaala 
hUa Raaifvc 7 T^ellaó-Oaéaó 
7 Ceallaó-'Oanéa^a íHas 
Uii6ip, T)o bet, becan fei6na, 
cocaDap. amaf coinne faip,. 
niap, T)o connaic niag Ui'óip, 
an feaH vo 'óenam cnp^ 



(B) 
Cogo* mop, in bliatain 
[fi] ecep, niag Ui'óip^ iT)on, 
'Comaf 7 hUa Ruaipx:, iT)on, 
Loólainn, mac l^i'dg hUi 
Raaipx:. íHaitm mof\ vo 
tabaip.c fop, hUa Raaipc 7 
fop. t^heallaé-eataó 7 fOf\ 
^eallaó-n*0anéai5a le ÍWng 
Ui'óip, 7 le bp,ian, mac pilib 
íHes Uitip^ iT>on, mai-óm na 
^pxxine, T)ú inap,'map.bai6 7 
inap,'baiteD foépx»T)e mo[\ 
DiB, ínnaf co i;acfaT) mafnn- 
ce|i Tneg Ui'óip, fó cínn te^ 
leo vo cennaib a namoT) co 
baile TTIeg Ui-óip, ^afv'caipr 
fec fop caaiUeó 5ap.p,Ja 
annfin iod o fiaónufe pep, 
n-6|ienn 7 apxxila. 



T^ainic fioime co Jopc-an-fíeDain. If annfin fiuc copafia* 
ceiTnpne do mtiinnTníi hUi Hucnpc 7 coptigo* s^líoglaS 
aiíi annfin. 1f annfin do innTX) THas tli'6i|i 7 bpicm 
ÍTlas Ui'feiíi oppa, cm T^ifti|i do bcroup ofi ea€ait! 7 na 
cpi fiÉic ceitefinac 7 do maiDmai'BeDtip muinnT;e|i hlli 
Huaipc co hafiufac 7 co hoBfnuíi in zm fin 7 rucaDUfi 
maiDfn CC€a-ConaiU 7 na ^paine fO|ipa, iDon, aCann 
fil ecejx pe|iu-TTÍana6 7 an bíieifne. T)o innco ÍTla5 
tli'5ip annfin 7 a muinnT;e|i co heDalaC, aéufac. Ocuf 
ruccroap ceiíeiin ÍTles Ui'Bifi fe cinn De^ leo do uaifliB 
muinnTnfie hlli Huaipc co baiíe nie5 tli'5ip 7 do cuipe'B 
op cuaillefi gapp'Ba ÍTles tli'6i|i lac 7 apaile. 



*Eo$tíle meeting. — lÁtmSíj, 
aUach of meetinff. 



* Gor<.aii./M&iMi.— 8ee 145e, note 
9y iiq>ra. 



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193 



(A) 
Great war [arose] tliis year 
between Mag IJidlLÍr, namelj, 
king of Fir-Manach and TJa 
Buairc, namelj, Loclilann, 
Bon of Tadhg Ua Ruairc. 
Mag XJidliir and T7a Euairo 
appointed a meeting with 
each other opposite Ath- 
Conaill. Mag XJidhir and 
Brian, son of Philip Mag 
Uidhir, went [with] a few 
people — thatÍB, sixhorsemen 
and three score footmen— to 
meetUa Kuairc« When Ua 
Ruairoand the Tellach-Eat- 
haoh and Tellach-Dunchadha 
leamed that Mag Uidhir was 
[aooompanied by only] a 
small force, they gare him a 
hostile meeting.^ WhenMag 
Uidhir saw the deceit prac- 
tised on him, he went forward 
to Gort-an-fedaín.^ There a battalion of kem and a bat- 
talion of gallowglasses of the people of Ua Buairo over- 
took him. Then Mag Uidhir and Brian Mag Uidhir, 
[with] the six that were on horses and the three score 
kem, tumed on them and routed the people of Ua Ruaírc 
spirítedly, felicitouBly on that occasion and ínflicted the 
defeat of Ath-Oonaill and of the Gh'aine— namely, a river 
that is between Fir-Manach and the Breifne — upon them. 
Mag Uidhir and his people then retumed with spoils joy- 
fully. And the kem of Mag Uídhir carried with them 
sixteen heads of the nobles of the people of Ua Ruairc to 
the town of Mag Uidhir and they were placed on the 
palisade of the court-yard of Mag Uidhir and so on. 

N 



(B) 
Great war [arose this] year 
between Mag Uidhir, namely,^ 
Thomas and Ua Ruairc, 
namely, Lochlann, son of 
Tadhg Ua Ruairc. Great 
defeat was inflicted upon Ua 
Ruairc and upon Teallach- 
Eathach and upon Teallach- 
Dunchadha by Mag Uidhir 
and by Brian, son of Philip 
Mag Uidhirj namely, the 
defeat of the Ghraine, a place 
where a great multitude of 
them were [either] slain or 
drowned, so that the people 
of Ua Ruairc carried with 
them Bixteen of the heads of 
their enemies to the town of 
Mag Uidhir and placed them 
on the palisade of the court- 
yard in sight of the Men of 
Ireland and so on. 



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194 aMMaur uLorot). 

Jlair^e» niac Concobaiii 015 XTíe^ tli'5i|i, v*he^ in' 
blia^ain fi". — 'Coit\|\T)elbac, mac T)oninaill hUi ^all- 
cubai|\, iTK)n*, mac hUi ^«1-l'CobaipS vo mafiba* pape* 
clainni pilib TllesUi'Bifiap^fleibTnb Cine[oi]L-Luacain', 
le mac-an-caifi§. — tafaippina, ingen 'Comaif moip, 
THic bpiain THic ma|ntifa, ben T)omnaiU hlli Ceouain, 
obiic 14" ]CalenT)af lunn.*' 

]Cal. lan. 1. f. [L'x.111.',] OCnno T)omini m.° cccc' l.' 

B 89b tini.* I hUa Concobuif phailgi T^'heg in blia'oain fi^ 

iT)on, in Calbac Ua Concobuiti, laf pofba a aife uile ; 

iT)on, f ef af mo vo bean t)o ^^lLaiB epenn^ T>'a' n- 

ainnT)eoin 1 n-a aimfif pein^ Ocuf Conn hUa Con- 

cobuifi T>o 111505 1 n-a ína'5, iT)on, a mac p ein. Ocuf af 

A 92b e fof if mo zuc T)*ófi 7 T) aifjeT) | 7 t) eT)ac 7 T)'ecai6 vo 

T)amaiB 7 T)'f iLe'5aiB Gfienn 7 OCLban 7 ap aiLe. 

(B continues af ter n-ainT)eoin :) 

ocuf if mo T)0 nnnLaic T)0 T)amai15 7 T)'fiLeT)ai15 Cf enn 
afceana. Ocuf a mac fein t)o fi^aD 1 n-a ina-S, iT)on, 
Conn hlla Concobuif 7 apaiLe. 

mag 8amfa5ain vo 05 in bLia^ain fi*, laf caiCeiíi 
a aifi uiLe fie maiciuf móf , iT)on% 'Comaf, mac peji^aiL 
mej 8amf(r5ain*. — hUa Ruaifc T^'heg in"* bLio^ain fi^ 
iT)on, LocLainn, mac 'Cai'65 hUi RuaifCi iT)on, Le€fi na 
bfeipne, lap** cairem a aifi uiLe^ — SLuaja'^ mof t)0 
•^enum vo hUa HeiLL, iT)on', Gnfi' 7* T)'hUa T)omnaiLL 7 
T)0 mhas Ui'5if'* i^ ConnaccaiB 7 ruc bfaigDi lcraif 
Connacc Leif T)'on ruf uf fin. Ocuf vo Loifc baiLe hUi 

1457. "itL, t. h., B ; text, A. J a poómp,— o/ow^ with, B. 
1468. *a, A. *•• =sl451 ■*. ^ om., B. <^i n-a aimp|i, "D'a n-coiTDeoin, 
B. d^ = »» . •^ after th) eg, B. "=1457 K 

^ Mae-an-tai8tgh. — Son of the I f amily Buoceeded the Mao Dorojs 
ehief; anglioised Macldntosh. The I as ohiefs oí Cenel-Diiaohain (or— 



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Glaisne, son of Concobar Mag Uidliir junior, died this [1467] 
year. — Toirdelbach, son of Domnall TJa Gallcubair, 
namelj, son of TJa Gallcubair, waB slain in tbe companj 
of the sons of Philip Mag TJidhir on the mountains of 
Cenel-Luachain,by Mac-an-taisigh.* — Lasairfina, daughter 
of Thomas Mor, Mac Briain Mac Maghnusa, wife of 
Domnall TJa Ceothain, died on the láth of the Ealends 
of June [May 19]. 

Kalends of Jan. on Ist fería, [13th of the moon,] a.d. [1458] 
1458. TJa Concobuir Fal^, namely, the Calbach TJa 
Concobuir, died this year, after completion of his fuU 
age: to wit, the man that wrested most from the 
Foreigners of Ireland in their despite in his own time. 
And Conn TJa Concobuir, namely, his own son, was made 
king in his stead. And it is he likewÍ8e that most gave 
of gold and of silver and of apparel and of horses to 
the [leamedj companies and to the poets of Ireland and 
Scotland and so on. 

(B continues after despite:) 
and that likewÍ8e granted most to the [leamed] companies 
and to the poets of Ireland. And his own son, namely, 
Conn TJa Concobuir, was made king in his stead and so 
on. 

Mag Samradhain, namely, Thomas, son of Fergal Mag 
Samradhain, died this year after spending his whole [lif e-] 
time in great gODdness. — TJa Ituairc, namely, Lochlainn, 
son of Tadhg TJa Ruairc, that ie, joint-kingi of the Breifne, 
died this year, after spending his whole [life-]time [in 
goodness]. — A great hosting was made by TJa Neill, 
namely, Henry and by TJa Domnaill and by Mag TJidhir 
into Connacht and he carried o£E the hostages of the 
Lower [northem] part of Connacht with him on that ex- 

Loachsin, in bar. oí Carrígallen, i 1458. '^JoinUhing. — LiteraUj, 
co. Leitrim). | half'hing, 

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ccMíicclcc tiLaroti. 



Ruaific, iT)on, *Oiiuifn-'Da-€i|eii 7 apaile. — CCfw: hlla 
Neill •o'hes in* blia^ain fi*, i'oon, mac eosain, mic 
MeiU 015 hlli WeiU, i-DonjCenn eínígj epiuma 7 a|\aile». 
— THac UiUiam a^ bófic 'o'hes in* blia*ain fi*, iT>on, 
emann a bútic. — 8émijf Wuin'Dfin'D vhej; [in blia'fiain 
fil i'Don, mac bafiuin TDelBna, i'oon*, cenn fe'fena fob' 
teff'Dobi ifin TTlí'Be^. — THac T)iafmaTO T11ui§i-Luiri5 
'o'hes : i'Don, Ti^^malcac, mac Concobaif TTÍic T)iaf maca, 
feifieiíi coic£enn 'do 'oamaiB 6fienn. Ocuf a mac 'D'heg 
in blia'Bain fi** f óf*", iT>on, Coíal THac T)iafmaT;a, iT)on*, 
a-Bbuf fi§ TTlui|i-Luif5 gan [flfafaBfia*. Ocuf CCe^ 
THac T)iafimaTO T)0 fii§a'5 1* n-a ína'5* 7 afiaile. — 8ef:f- 
f aig, mac emainn, mic T:k)maif hlli pefigail, vo mafiba'5 
te 8eaan, mac hlli phefigail, iT>on, mac T)omnaiU, mic 
8eaain, mic T)omnaiU hlli phefigail 7* Le clainn Con- 
cobaifi, iT)on, le Laif ec, mac Tlofa, 7 apaile : f^iliceT;, 9 
]CalenT)af OCusufn*. — Una, in^en Tomaif TDeg Ui'Bifi, 
obiir. — ^SiUa-paqiaig, mac OCe'Ba hlli phialain, iT)on^fefi 
fonnmup,binn,f uBalTxic,T)'e5 in blia^ain fi,16 ]CglenT)af 
«epnmbfiif^. — a;e'5 T)aU TDos T)iapmaT:a,iT)on^T)aiUín 
T>o gaba-^ mopan T)ana 7 f ep cuimne fio moipe ap gac 
ní T)'a CLuineo* 7 co haipi|e ap aepaiB 7 ap aipípaiB na 
n-T)aine, obnc 4 ]caLenT)af SepT^imbpif'. — 'CempoLL 
a;£ai'5-beiéi t)o LofcoS in bLia*ain fi 7 mopan T)0 Leb- 
paiB mai€i[í] vo Lofca'5 ann o'n Oif^ficeL Tl1ac TTÍaé- 
jamna, iT)on, ílíaLL, mac TDic Cpaií TDic TTÍaésamna. 

1458. »bl., A. *»-N»6na— «ame, B. ***ix)p. Tniiis-Liii|\5— oiw ifo^A- 
Luirg,B. M = 1379»^. 



^Dmim'da'thighw, — Ridge oftwo ; 
thigher Í8 unknown to me. The 
plaoe ÍB now oalled Drumahaire 
and gives name to a baronj in co. 
Leitrim (O'D. iv. 922). 

*Afac William, — The Lower. 
*'The onelj English man in Ireland 
worthj to be chosen chieíe f or his 
foimOBitie and proportion oí per- 
Bon, generoBÍtj, hoBpittlitie, oon- 



Btanoie, tmth, gentilitie of blood, 
martial f eates, and f or all the qoali- 
ties hy which man might meritt 
prajne, died in the latter end of thiB 
jeare. God's blesBÍng be on him," 
M. F., p. 241. 

« Died.—** On the feast daj of S. 
Bartholomew in harroBt [Aag. 24] 
and hÍB Bon . . died f ew dajes af ore 
him. And they werB both bnríed 



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pedition. And he burned the town of XJa Rnairc, nameljr, 
Drnim-da-thigher,2 and so on.— Art Tla NeiU died this 
year : to wit, the son of Eogan, son of Niall TJa Neill 
junior, namely, bead of hospitalitj and of prowess and so 
on. — ^Mac William » de Burgh, namely, Edmond de Burgh, 
died thÍ8 year. — Jaraes Nugent, namely, son of the baron 
of Delvin, that ís, the best leader that was in Meath, died 
[this year]. — Mac Diarmata of Magh-Liiirg died,* namely, 
Tomaltach, son of Concobar Mac Diarmata, a general pro- 
tector to the [leamed] companies of Ireland. And his 
Bon died this year also, that is, Cathal Mac Diarmata, to 
wit, oue who was to be king of Magh-Luirg without op- 
position. And Aedh ^ Mac Diarmata was made king in 
his stead and so on, — Qeoffrey, son of Edmond, son of 
Thomas TJa Ferghail, was slain by John, son of Ua Ferg- 
hail, namely, son of Domnall, son of John, son of Domnall 
XJa Ferghail, and by the sons of Concobar, that is, by 
Laisech, son of Rosa and so on; to wit, on the 9th 
of the Xalends of August [ July 24]. — TJna, daughter of 
Thomas Mag TJidhir, died. — GiUa Patraig, son of Aedh 
TJa Fialain, to wit, an obliging, pleasant, gifted man, died 
this year, on the 16th of the Ralends of September [Aug. 
17]. — ^Aedh Mac Diarmata the Blind, to wit, a small blind 
man that retained much poetry and a man of great 
memory for every thing he heard of and in particular for 
the ages and for the stories of people, died on the 4th of 
the Ealends of September [Aug. 29]. — The church of 
Achadh-beithi • was bumed this year and many good 
books were burned therein belouging to^ the Offioial 
Mac Mathgamna, namely, to Niall, son of Mac Craith Mao 
Mathgamna. 



[1458] 



in the abbej of Boyle*' (ib, p. 
240). 

*Aedh.'~S(m of Gonor (Conoobar), 
M. F,, ib. 



^Áchai'heiihe.—Fitld o/the birch; 
AghaTea, diocese of Clogher, oo. 
Fermanagh (O'D. iv. 1000). 

' Belmging to.— Literally,^/hm, 



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]Cal. lan. 11. p., [L' axxniii'.,] OCnno T)oniini TTl.**cccc. 

A92o L" ix."* I hUa bfiiain, i-oon^ fií rua'6-Tílunian, v'he^ m" 
blia'fiain fi*, i'oon, 'Coifip'Delbac hUa bpiain. — maiT)m 
mop 7)0 éabaipT; le hlaiila Cille-T)apa ap hUa Conco- 
BaifiphaiLgi, iTK)n, Conn, mac an Calbaig hUi" Conco- 
buifi*, T)ó inapsaba'D ó pein 7 inap'niaíiba'o mac'' mic 
UiUiam hUi Cheallai§, 17)0^*"^ Uilliam, mac CmuinT), 
mic Uilliam, mic í]ílail[-8h]eaclainn, mic UiLliam, 
mic *Oonncai'5 Tíluimni§*' hUi Cheallai^** 7 mopan v\a 
muinnTJip 7* apaile'. — hUa bipn T^'he^ in^ blia^ain fi^ 
n>on, bpian hUa bijxn, iT)on, raifec 'Chipe-bfiiuin, lap*' 
caiéeiíi a aip gu móp^ — hUa Cuifinin T)0 05 m" bLia'o- 
oin fi" iT>on, magnuf hUa Cuipnin, iT)on, oLLam hUi 
Ruaific, iT>on*, fai*' fie fencuf. — 8eaan cam, mac Con- 
ULa'B, mac-an-BaifT), v*ej; in" bLia'ftain fi", iT)on, fai 
fifi T)ana. — Cfeca Cine[oi]L-T)uacain (aLiaf*, i[uacain]') 
T)o 'oenam Le bfian, mac piLib mic" Tx)maif' meg 
Ui-fiif, in* bLia'ftain fi^ — Cfieca mui^i-fLecc vo 'fienum 
Le mag Ui'Bifi an bLiofeain cecna^ iT)on, Le** TTomaf Ó5 
ma^ Ui'Dif, 7 baiLe meg 8amfa^ain T)o Lofca'o Leif 
T)o'n TJUfUf fin. — 5^aifne, mac Concobuifi hUi Rai^LLip 

B 87c T)o maíiboD Le cLainn | tlu^fai'De meg maéjamna an 
bLia'Dain fi^ — hUa fleiLL, iT)on, 6nfi vo éabaifiT: fLuai§ 
5aLL Leif co caifoeL na hOgmai'oe t) a ^abaiL afi cLainn 
CCifiT: hUi MeiLL 7 fié vo 'fienum t)oi15 T)o*n rufUf fin 7 
afiaiLe. — pefi§aiL mac "Comaif hUi UaipLLig, vhe^ in* 
bLia'5ain fi*, lafi pofiba a aifi. — maeL-TTIuifie, mac' 
Cai'55 ? hUa Ciana[i]n T^'hej in* bLiccDain fi% iT)on, abbufi 
rua'6 1' fencuf 7" a n-T^an*. — maipsfes, ingen hUi 
bfieiflen^ iT)on^ maiaifi phiapufa, mic an abai'B, obiix;*' 
lCaLenT)if pebfiuafin. 

1459. ^an, A. >an, B. •^ = 1461»*. ^ om., B. c«=^. ^^L m.. 
t. h., A. •■« om., A . "= 1392 »> ; with no— or— for aliaf , B. « rw— «», B. 
^ "00 heg, ad., B. * om., A. 

1469. ^ 7'oirdelbach. -- See tbe 1 " Jl/ac-on-íoird.— See 1173, note 
£nt entrj of 1444, tupra, I 11, eupra. 



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Xalends of Jan. on 2nd feria, [24th of tlie moon,] a.d. 
1459. XJa Briain, nameljr, king of Thomond, died this 
year ; that i% Toirdelbach ^ TJa Briain. — Great defeat was 
given by the Earl of Kildare to XJa Concobair Faljr, 
namely» Conn, son of the Calbach TJa Concobuír, wherein 
[Conn] himself was taken and wherein the grandson of 
WiUiam Ua Ceallaigh, namelv, WiUiam, son of Edmond, 
son of William, son of Mael[-Sh]echlaÍDn, son of William, 
son of Donnchadh Ua Ceallaigh the Momonian and many 
of his people were slain and so on — ^Ua Bim died this 
year : that is, Brian Ua Bim, namely, chief of Tir-Briuin, 
after spending his [life-]time honourably. — Ua Cuimin 
died this year: that is, Maghnus Ua Cuimin, namely, 
ollam of Ua Buairc, to wit, a professor of hÍ8tory. — John 
the Stooped, son of Cu-Uladh, Mac-an-baird,* namely, an 
enúnent poet, died this year. — The spoils of Cenel- 
Duachain (otherwise, [Cenel]-L[uachain]) were carried 
off' by Brian, son of Philip, son of Thomas Mag Uidhir, 
this yeur. — The spoils of Magh-slecht were carried off • 
the same year by Mag Uidhir, namely, by Thomas Mag 
Uidhir junior and the town of Mag Samradhain^ was 
bumed by him on that expedition. — Glaisne, son of Con- 
cobur Ua RaighiUigh, was slain by the sons of Rughraídhe 
Mag Mathgamna this year. — Ua NeiU, namely, Henry, 
took a host of Foreigners with him to the castle of 
the Oghmadh, to take it from the sons of Art Ua NeiU 
and peace was made by them on that expedition and so on. 
— ^Ferghal, son of Thomas Ua RaighiUigh, died this year 
after completion of his [good] [life-]time. — Mael-Muire, 
son of Tadhg, Ua Cianain died this year : to wit, one who 
was to be professor in history and in poetry. — ^Margaret, 
daughter of Ua Breislen, namely, mother of Pierce,* 
8on of the Abbot, died on the Kalends [Ist] of Febraary. 



[1469] 



• Carried ojf.— LiteraUj, done, 
^ToumofMag Samradhain, — See 
1431, note 3, iupra. 



^ Pierce. — Maguire, who dáed in 
1514, F. M. 



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lCaL lan. 111. p» [L'u.',] CCnno T)oniini m." cccc." Ix.* 
ÍTlas Sampo^ain v'he^ in** blia^ain fi^ iT)on, ©ogan 
THas Saíhfia^ain. — ^T!k)niaf Huinnf enn t)0 05 in^ blia^ain 
fi^ i'oon, mac Uilliam Wuinnrenn, iTK)n^ ^«Uniacáiíi 
fona, fénamail^ — OCn c-ej^uc hUa bfxiain, iT)on, efpuc 
Chille-T)a-lua, vo maíiba'D le bpian an coblaig, mac 
T)onncai'D, mic TTlarsamna hUi bfiiain, an-1níf Cluana- 
fampoT)a\ in** blia'ftain fi\ — ÍHac Caba T)0 05 an 
bliabain fi', iT)on, enfií TTlac Caba, iT)on^ fai Confabla 
af einec 7 ofi e^num 7 afi cfaba'o. Ocuf f a lan 6ife 
T)'a mai€[i]uf 7 afaile^. — maiT)m mof T)0 rabaipr af 
^alLaiB an bliabain fi leif hUa Concobuif phail§i, 
iT)on, Conn, mac an Calbaig, t)U 1 TX)fcaif bap un 5<^la- 
rfuim 7 mofian aile vo ^hallaiB nac aifmiíef funn. — 
A92d maiT)m I moti t)0 rabaipc af hUa Raigillig le** 5^al- 
laií* in blia&ain fi* 7 hUa Rai§illi§ (i'oon*, 8eaan*) vo 
mapba'B ann 3**í1onaf ^epcimbfif*'^ OCe'ohUaRaigiUig 
7 6o§an caec, mac mar^amna mic Caba. Ocuf ní 
rainig Ca€al cpoiBT)ef5 hUa ConcoBaif fgel Connac- 
caié bu-b mo ina'n fsel fin, iT)on, 8eaan, mac eogain, 
mic 8eaain, mic pilib, mic ^iUa-lfa fuai-ft hUi Rai^l- 
li§. Ocuf T)o bi Oif e uile Lan t)0 cumai'6 an fi| fin an 
T)a bf eif ne 7 T)o baDup T)ama 7 T)eof ai'B Cpenn 7 T)eib- 
Lóna hoíza co cumíac 1 n-a '6iai§ 7 a n-T)iaié a T^ep- 
bfafeaf, iTK)n, CCGb hUa RaigiLLig. 

(B continues after mic Caba :) 

1460. ^-ni[pjaca, B. •^=1451»*. t>-»»om., B. « =t>-^ «»-^ »f ter 
bliaiDain, B. •■• itl., t h., A ; text and after ann , B. 



1460. ^Bishop, Ware {BishopSf 
p. 594) callB him Terence and sajs 
he fiucoeeded to Killaloe by Papal 
provÍBÍon. Bat he qaotes no 
authoritj íor either statement. 

*Ofthe Fieet.—Qo called perhaps 
írom having taken part in tbe dis- 
aatrouB naval expedition whioh 



the O'Brienfi, joined by the O'Mal- 
Iey8, led this year against the Mao 
Mahons of Clare, M, F, p. 241-2 ; 
F. M, 

^lsland, — Jnit; anglioified Ennis 
(co. Clare). 

* Cluain-ramfhoda,—^ow Glon- 
road ; adjoining Ennison tHe eaat. 



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Kalend8 of Jan. on 3rd feria^ [5tli of the moon,] a.d. 
1460. Mag Samradhain, namely, Eogan Mag Samrad- 
hain, díed thís year. — Thomas Nugent, namely, son of 
William Nugent, to wit, a happy, prosperous Foreign 
youth, died this year. — The bishop ^ TJa Briain, namely, 
bishop of Cell-da-lua, was killed by Brian of the 
Fl e e t,* 8on of Donchadh, son of Mathgamain Fa Briain, 
in the Island* of Cluain-ramfhoda,* this year. — ^Mac Caba 
died ^ this year : to wit, Henry Mac Caba, namely, a Con- 
stable eminent for generosity and for prowess and for 
devotion. And full was Ireland [of the fame] of his 
goodness and so on. — Great defeat was inflicted on the 
Foreigners this year by TJa Concobuir Faly, namely, 
Conn, son of the Calbach, wherein fell the baron of 
Galtrim and many others of the Foreigners that are not 
reckoned here. — Great defeat was inflicted on Fa Raigh- 
illigh by the Foreigners tbis year and there were slain in 
it, on the 3rd of the Ifones [3rd] of September, Fa 
Baighilligh (namely, John) and Aedh Ua Raighilligh and 
Eogan Blind[-eye], son of Mathgamain Mao Caba. And 
there came not since [the death ® of] Cathal Red-hand Fa 
Conchobhair a tale respecting a Connacian that was 
greater than that tale, namely, [respecting] John, son of 
Eogan, son of Philip, son of Gilla-Isa Fa Raighilligh the 
Red. And Ireland all was full of grief for that king of 
the two Breifni and the [bardic] bands and pilgrims and 
poor mendicants of Ireland were grieved after him and 
after his brother, namely, Aedh XJa Raighilligh. 
(B continues after Mae Cába :) 



11460] 



For a desoription of the plaoe and 
a oonjeoture respecting the appli- 
cation of ramfhoda {long oar), 
see Hút, Mem, o/ the CBriensf 
p. 106-7. 

*Died,^**jL sadden death in 
LÍB-aid-aula [Lisardowlin, a town- 
land three milee weet oí Longford] 



and was carríed to be buried in 
CaTan. And we heard that there 
was the number of 280 axes, or 
more, abont him going towardB 
hÍB bnriall '' [Mao Cabe haTÍng 
been a leader of gaUowglaflsee], 
M. F,y p. 241. 
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Ocuf ba cuííitoS 'oanria 7 'Deopai'5 epenn "Deif an t^i^ 
fin an "Da bpeipne, i'oon, Seaan, mac 6o5ain,niic Seaain, 
mic pilib, mic S^Lla-lfa fuai-S hUi RaigilLis. Ocuf 
CacaL (etc^ as in A, next line). 

CaraL hUa Hai^LLi§ "do fi§a'5 'fa* bpeipne' an Txm 
fin, iT)on, mac Bojain hUi RaisiLLi^. — CCe'D \íU(jcí> mac 
NeiLL hUi T>omnaiLL, "do Léjan af a Laim-Decuf "do' hUa 
NeiLL, i-Don, enpí^ in** bLia^Bain fi^— Concobufi tiua* 
TTlac Caba IS^^ jCaLen'Daf lanuapn obiii^. 

(hUa' Caifi"De CuiLe 'D'hej; in bLia'Bain fi, i'Don, Cof mac, 
mac Ruai'5fi, mic 'Caíg moifi hUi Chaifi-Di^ 

lCaUJan. u. p., [fx.ui.%] CCnnoT^omim ÍD.^'cccc.^Lx." 1." 

(A) 
CCeD fiua* hUa "Oomnaill 7 a bfiaic|\eca, iT)on, Oogan 7 
Conn, "00 ■óola o 'Chift-CCe'Da cap. fliab foip. a dii-Conaill. 
hUa T)omnaill 7 a b|xaitfti, iDon, "CoiftfiDelbac Caifibftec, 
mac ílecuain hUi T)omnaill, "oo cegmail -Doib 7 cumufg "do 
cabaific D'a ceile 'ooib. CCeD fiuaó 7 a bftaiúfti do bp.ifea'ó 
afi hUa n-'Oomnaill 7 a §abail leo. Ocuf a Deftbfxiúaift do 
mafibcró Wn cufuf pn leo, iDon, íllagnuf hlla "Oomnaill. 
Ocuf Do heanaT)U|V cof 7 latti do hUa "Oomnaill pein. CCeo 
fiucró Do fiijcró aft Cift-Conaill laft fin leif hlla MeiU 7 
le comaftbaóaib dfte-Conaill co haenccróac, t)o coil "Oe 7 
T)aine 7 aftaiíe. 

1460. ** =1 451 »■*. '•' pofifon in-b|ieipie— over the Breifne, B. « leif 
— %, B. ^leher)^\—bi/ Henr^, B, *»=1379h. Next is the (misplaoed) 
entry given under 1461 (B 2). M92c, f. m., n. t. h., A ; om., B. 



' Let out. — He was taken prisoner 
in 1256 (seoond entry), supra, 

1461 ^ iíoimtatn.— Oalled, from 
its Gap (pass), Beamas; bar. of 
Tirhugh (Tir-Aedba), 00. Donegal. 



This ronte waa takcn bj St. 
Patrick : Et perrexit for [over] 
Bemas ftlionm Gonaill In Campo 
Itho (Book of Axmagh, fol. I6b). 
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And grieved were the pjardic] bands and pilgrims of 
Ireland after that king of the two Breifni, namely, John, 
son oí Eogan, son of Philip, son of Gilla-Iea Ua Raighil- 
ligh the Red. And Cathal (etc., as in A, next line). 

Gathal TJa Raighilligh, namely, son of Eogan Ua 
Raighilh'gh, was made king in the Breifne that time. — 
Aedh the Red, son of Niall TJa Domnaill, was let out ^ from 
his eaptivity this year by Ua Neill, that is, Henry. — Con- 
cobur Mac Caba the Red died on the 13th of the Kalends 
of January [Dec. 20]. 

(Ua Caiside of Cuil, namely, Cormac, son of Ruaidhri, 
son of Tadhg Mor Ua Caiside, died this year.) 



[1460] 



Xalends of Jan. on 5th feria, [16th of the moon], A.d. 
1461. 

(A) 
Aedh Ua Domnaill the Red and his brothers, namelj, Eogan 
and Conn, went from Tir-Aedha beyond the Mountain ^ east- 
wards into Tir-ConaiU. Ua DomnaiU, namely, Toirdelbach 
the Carbrian, son of Nechtain Ua DomnaiU, and his brothers 
met them and an attack was given to each other by them. 
Aedh the Red and his brothers defeated Ua DomnaiU and 
he was taken by them. And his brother, namely, Maghnus 
Ua Donmaill, was slain on that expedition by them. And 
they deprived Ua DomnaUl himself of a foot and hand.^ 
Aedh the Red was made king over Tir-Conaill after that by 
Ua Neill and by the [religious] Superiors of Tir-Conaill 
unanimouslj, by will of God and of men and so on. 



[1461] 



Tripartite is : ** He went af ter that 
[from Mallaghshee, near Ballj- 
Bhannon] into the territorj- of 
Eogan, 80D of Niall [of the Nine 
Hostages], OTer Bemas of Tir- 
Aedha, into Magh-Itha" (P. II.). 
Cf. Book ofSights, pp. 18, 34. 



2 Deprtoed of afoot and hand, — 
Thereh^ he became incapacitated 
to reign . For the manner in whioh 
the mutilation ÍB glossed over b^ 
the Four Masters, see O'Donovan, 
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(Bl) 
htla "OoniTiaill, it)oti, 
'Coi|ifiT)elbac Caitipfvec, mac 
MeécaiTi hUi "OomTiaill, -do 
gabail le clainfi íleill htli 
■Ooínnaill, iDon, CCe'ó ^tíocb 7 
^ogon 7 Conn 7 cof 7 lafh 
vo buain 'oe. Octif a 'oefi- 
bfiataifi, i-Don, THa^tif hlla 
"Oomnaill, -00 Tna|iba6. Ocnf 



(B2) 
[hUcf "OomnaiU], iT>on, 
Tx>ififn)elbaé Caifibp^, mac 
Meécain, [t>o gabail] le 
clainn Meill htli "Oomnaill, 
iT>on, CCffó |itiaó 7 Bojan 7 
Conn 7 cof 7 laih t>o buoin 
T>e T>oib. Ociif a T)efibfiaéai|v 
T)o mafiba*, iT)on, THasntif 7 
CCe* fitiaó T>o |iigai&'. 



CCei& fitiaó T>o tiigaó fO|X 'Chifi-Conaill lap, fin leif hUa 
Meill (iT)on*, Onfii'') 7 (etc., as in A.) 

B87b pei'Blini[i'B], mac eosain mic Neill 015 hlli Neill, 
T>o 65 T>o bi'Bs 1 n-a leabai'5 p ein in blia^ain fi'' : iT>on, 
pefi eini^ 7 egnuTna^ 7 cenn T)aTh 7 T)eopai'5 Bpenn 7 
ne£ if mo po* cennai^ t>o 'Ban 7 T)'ela'5ain 7 po bo mo 
T)uanaipe t>o bi 1 n-Bpinn 1 n-a aimi^p*. Ocuf' pa bpo- 
nac T)ama Gpenn 1 n-a 'Biaig T)ia cumai'B*.— hUa Con- 
coBuip Connacc t>o eg in blia'Bain fi; iT>on, CCe'5, mac 
hlli Concobuip T)Uinn. — Zah^, mac Copmaici mic T)iap- 
moca ÍHe[5] Capp€ai|, T)*he5 in' blia'5ain fi'. — CCen^Uf 
ÍHas Cpaiu, T>e5, iT>on, pai pip T)ana. — Ca€, no a T)ó,mop 
T>o éabaipx; erep pi Saacan 7 T>iuice OT)epca. CCn T)uic 

A93a T>ono* T)0 mapbcr5 ifin caé fi' 7 pi 8axan | pein t>o 
innapbcr5 le mac cm T>uice 7 é pein t>o pi^cr^ fop 8haac- 
anaiC 1 n-a ínccT)*' 7 apaile. — Tlla|nuf, mac bpiain,mic 

1461. ' ensntinia. B. « tx), B. »>•»> = 1445 •^. <« See 1460 ". Worda 
in [ ] areerased. * om., B. • |:ein 7 apcnle— [»n hia] oton [time] and 90 
on— ad., B. « = <» f pn— íA«í, B. »» ^iaig— a/tór [Atm], B. 



*Wa8 rhym$ter. — O'DonoTan 
Btrangel^ renden ihe original bj 
" had a larger[oollection of poems " 
(iv. 1009). 

* Mag Craith. — '* A notable man 
throogh all Ireland oner, died in 
the prime of his happiness and 



teacbing. God reet hia sonle,** 
ir. F.,p.249. 

» JOn^.— Henry VX 

^ Jhihe of Tork, — ^Richard, grand- 
Bon (on the patemal side) of 
Edmnnd, son of Edward HL ; 
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(Bi) 

TTaDomnaill, namely,Toir- 
delbach ihe Carbrian, Bon of 
Nechtain, was taken by the 
Bons of Niall Ua Domnaill, 
that is, Aedh the Bed and 
Eogan and Gonn, and he was 
deprived of foot and hand. 
And his brother, namely, 
Maghnns Ua Domnaill, was 
filain. And Aedh the Red 
was made king over Tir- 



(B 2) [1^1] 

[Ua DomnaiU], namely, 
Toirdelbach the Carbrian, son 
of Nechtain, [was taken] by 
the sons of Niall UaDomnaill, 
that is, Aedh the Eed ond 
Eogan and Conn, and he was 
deprived of foot and hand 
by them. And his brother, 
namely, Maghnus, was slain 
and Aedh the £ed was made 
king. 

Conaill after that by Ua Neill (namely, B[enry) and (etc, 
as in A). 

Feidhlimidb, son of Eogan, son of Niall Ua NeiU junior, 
died of a fit in his own bed this year : to wit, a man of 
hospítalíty and prowess and head of the [bardic] bands 
and pilgrims of Ireland and one that most bought of 
poetíc and erudite composition and was the greatest 
rhymster * that was in Ireland in his time. And sor- 
rowful were the [bardic] bands of Ireland after him for 
grief for him. — Ua Concobuir of Oonnacht, namely, Aedh, 
son of Ua Concobuir the Brown, died this year. — Tadhg, 
son of Cormac, son of Diarmait Mag Carthaigh, died this 
year. — Aenghus Mag Craith,* namely, an eminent poet, 
died. — ^A great battle, or two, took place between the 
king ^ of the Saxons and the Duke of York.* Howbeit, 
the Duke of York was slain in this battle ^ and the king 
of the Saxons himselí was expelled by the son of the 
Duke ^ and he himself was made king ^ over the Saxons ín 



Bide) oí Pliilippa, daugbter of 
LÍQnel, Bon of Edward III. (See 
tlie Genealogioal Table, Lingard, 
mgtorjf of£ngland, IIL, p. 42.) 

^ Battle.'-Oí Wake£leld; fought 
Dec. 31, 1460. 

•Sanof the Dtt*«.— The Earl of 



Warwick; 

* Made Inng.^XJnáer the title of 
Edward IV., after the battle oí 
Towton (the »econd mentioned in 
the tezt), fonght on Falm Sonda^, 
Maroh 29, 1461. 



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T)oTnnaill, mic TTluipcepTOi^ hUi Concobuip, "00 e^ in 
blia'Bain fi, iwn, cigepna BlijiJ 7 a|\aile. — TTlac 
Cocmail 'o'he^ in' blicrDain fi', i'oon, bpian TTlac Caémoil 
7 TTlac Ca€mail vo 'oenum 'o'Oogan TTlac Carmail 7 
apaile. 

]Cal.1an.ui.p., [l.*xx.uii.',] OCnnoT)omini TTl.**cccc.°lx.<' 
11.** Co5cr5**móp T)'eip§i ecep hUa TleiU (i-oon", Cnpi"; 
7 hUa *Oomnaill iT)on, CCe'5 pua'5, mac Neill hUi 
T)omnaill7 clainn CCipT:, mic Oo^ain hUi NeilU hUa 
"Neill "00 'Dul, vlua§ mop, a 'Cip-Conaill, i-oon, hUa 
Ca€a[i]n 7 TTlag Ui'5ip, i'oon, "Comaf Ó5. Ocup T)0 bi hUa 
Neill (iT)on', 6npi*) T)o*n cupuf fin T)a oi-^ci a panaiT) 
05 a lofccr5 7 q^ a milliu'5 7 T>a oi'5ci aile a Cloinn- 
(no*' íi-5LeanT)*-)6i'5ile^ — Snaíne, injen 'Comáif 015 
TTlhes Ui-^ip, iT)on^ pi* pep-TTlanac, T)o «5 in** blia'5ain 
fi^iT)on,benTT)ic TTlagnUfa TTlhe^ Ui'^ip (iT)on*, Caíal'). 
OcUf fgel mop a n-Cpinn éj na T)e|mná fin 7 apaile. — 
bpiain, mac pilib TTleg Ui'^ip, vo mapba^' (iT)on', ccnci'^if 
poim íloT)lai5*) le Ruai'5pi, mac CCipc hUi Weill. Ocuf 
f a lan 6ipe uile T)0 clu 7 T)'aipití»^ 7 T)'e^um 7 T)'einec 
an bpiain fin^ Ocuf 6mann pucr5, mac Seaain TTleg 
Ui'^ip, T)o mapbcr5 leifin* Ruai'5pi ceuna f in in la poim 
bpian T)o mapbcr5 leif^ — TTlaínífcip^ bpcrcap TTlinúp 
T)0 €inf5na['5] in blicr5ain fi*^ a TTluineCan pe linn 
pei'5Um[Ée], mic bpiain,mic CCpT)§ail TTles TTlaísamna, 
vo Be[i]€ 1 n-a pig ap OipgiallaiB. 

1462. *-efii,A. •* = 1451'^. »>-^om.,B. «^=1379«^. d-*iT)on, ingen 
1115— nflm^/y, daughter ofthe lcing, B. •-•= 1384 «^. ' m blicr6ain p, ad., 
B. 8-«itl.,t. h., A ; text and after hUi íleill, B, ^y atiaile, ad., B. *hn 
Ui fioime fin t>eipn tluai'ó|ii cecna pn 7 aioatle — the day hefore that hy 
that tame Ruaidhri and so on, B, J The order in B is : bfiian — '5|iame 
— TTIainifci|i. ^ om., B. 



1462. 1 Great war, etc, — This i O'DonnellB, ia omitted by the Fo%r 
entij, 80 aníaTOurable to the | Maetrre, 



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his Btead and so on. — Maglmus, son of Brian, son of 
Domnall, aon of Muircertach TJa Concobuir, namely, Lord 
of Sligech, died this year and so on. — Mac Cathmail, 
namely, Brian Metc Cathmail, died this year and Eogan 
Mac Cathmail was made [the] Mac CathmaQ and 
so on. 



[1461] 



Xalends of Jan. on 6th feria, [27th of the moon,] a.d. 
1462. Great war^ arose between TJa Neill (namely, Henry ) 
and Ua Domnaill, namely, Aedh the Red, son of Niall Úa 
DomnaiU and the sons of Art, son of Eogan Ua Neill. 
Ua Neill went, [with] a large host, namely, Ua Catha[i]n 
and Mag Uidhir, that is, Thomas junior, into Tir-Conaill. 
And Oa NeiU (namely, Henry) was during that expedi- 
tion two nights in Fanad, burning and destro^ing it and 
two other nights in Clann-(or, Glen-*)Eidhile. — Graine, 
daughter of Thomas Mag Uidhir junior, namely, king of 
Fir-Manach, that is, the wife of Mac Maghnusa Mag 
Uidhir (namely, Cathal), died this year. And a great 
tale in Ireland [was] the death of that good woman and 
so on. — Brian, son of Philip Mag Uidhir, was slain* 
(namely, a fortnight before Christmas) by Ruaidhri, son 
of Art Ua NeilL And f uU was Ireland all of the fame 
and of the repute and of the prowess and of the hospitality 
of that Brian. And Edmond the Red, eon of John Mag 
Uidhir, was slain by that same Euaidhri the day before 
Brian was slain by hitn. — ^A mona9tery of Friars Minor 
was begun this year in Muinechan, whilst Feidhlimidh, 
son of Brian, son of Ardghal Mag Mathgamna, was king 
over Oirghialla. 



[1462] 



' (?/e«.— The altematÍTe reading 
isoorrect. 

• Was élain, — ** Pnrsning his own 
prey, by ihe Bons of Art O-NeiB, 



after granting him qoarter and 
being their prisoner for a while/* 
M, F,, p. 249. 



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ocMwccca tjlaroli. 



(A) (B) 

Tx)tnáf Ctiifin -00 be[i]t; cr 'Comaf Cnfin, iTOn, mai- 
n-CC|\T)-ína6a 7 fgol aigi m sifcep, •olisecró •oob' pefiti 1 
blioóain fi, iT)on, maigifcep, n-a aimfifi, -00 beit 1 n- 
'oligi'ó fiob' fefifi T)0 bi a CCfiT)-ínaóa in tliatain [fi] 
n-6tiinn 1 n-a aimfifi. 7 fgol mofi 0151. 

THaírf hUa heosain, aificmnec Innfi-cam fX)ft toc- 
eifini, iT)on, mac in OipFicel fiiabai|, iT)on, 5^lla- 
T)oninai§, mac ÍHaca (iT)on"*, in ÍHailifrefi mofi"), ve^ 
in bliff5ain fi''. — Pfiioifi T>aim-innfi (iT)on", pafifiTX)lon, 
mac CCe*a hlli phlanna^aíijn") T^'eg in blia5ain fi afi 
lo6-T)eafi5. — ^Niall, mac Cofimuic, mic an 5^^''''^ 
'Btiit!), mic CCe'ba, vo Baéa5 afx pofirf Cluana-an- 
cfnaig" in blia'5ain fi, iT)on^ pufic na reine'b-aeil**^ 

lCaL lan. uii. ip., [t' loc',] CCnno ^Oomini TH.* cccc* 
lx.*iii.** lafila T)ef-T11uman i>e^ in blio'bain fi, iT)on, 
8emuf, mac gefioiT; lafxla. — 'Cobs, mac 60501^ hUi Con- 
cobuifi, T)'e5 in** blio^ain fi,** iT)on, T^igefina 81151^. — 

A93b íTlac T)onncai'5 'Chifie-hOiLella T^'eg, | iT)on, 'Ca'Bs TTlac 
T)onncai'5. — enfxi, mac pei'5limce^ hUi Tlai|iUi§, t)0 
mafxba'5 le T)onnca'5 TDhq^Ui'^ifi (iT)on*, mac 'Comoif 
óig") in blia'5ain f^**. — Cu-coicfii£e, mac pefxgail fiuai-^ 

B88a hUi* Uipnn, Tj'heg*. — | CCn blio'^ain fi t)0 £uifi fti 
8aacan an T:i'5lacU'5* T)ocum hUi Meill, iT)on', Bnfii, mac 
eogain* : iT)on, o5u flara 7 va pfiiu T)o fgafxloic 7 1-5 
oifi 7 afuxile. — ^T^uc* hUa Meill, (iT)on', Cnfii, mac 

1462. w = 1894H »-n»iU. by h. of " A, B. n.n=:m-m^ ^. text 
after Loó-T>ea|is, B. <»^ ptj|\c-tia-c|\i-nctm(rD, B, 

1463. i-mi'D, B. «1,3. •-ca^ B. *-& A. ** = 1461»^. »>-»>om., 
B. <^= 1403 JJ. ^ om., B. « = 1379 »». " = 1467 * ^ 



* BarthoUmew, — Accoiding to 
an ÍDBoríbed stone in the great 
abbej ohurch of DevenÍBh, he was 
prior since 1449. O'D. iv. 1018; 
BeeTCB : On the Culdees (TranB. 
R. I. A., XXIV. (AntiquitieB), 
141>. 



' Aedh, — Maguire. 

• Cluain-an-tsnaigh. — Meadaw of 
the twimming, The B reading iden- 
tifles it with Meroator'B Portna- 
trjnood [FerTy ofthe three enemisii] 5 
on the east bank of the Finn, op- 
posito Lifford (O'D. v, 1363-84), 



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Thomas Ousín, namelj, the 
Master of Law tbat was best 
in his time, was in Ard-Maoha 
this jear and kept a large 
sobool. 



(A) (B) [14621 

Thomas Cusin, namelj, the 
Master of Law who was the 
best that was in Ireland in 
hís time, was in Ard-Maoha 
and kept a scbool [tbere] this 
jear. 

Matthew TJa hEogain, herenagh of Inis-cain upon Loch- 
Eirni— namelj, son of The Swarthj Official, 
that is, QiUa-Doninaigb, son of Matthew (namely, T h e 
Great Master ) — died this year. — The prior of Daim- 
inis (namelj, Bartholomew,* son of Aedh Ua Flannaga[i]n) 
died tbis year on Loch-dearg. — Niall, son of Corinac, son 
of The Blach Gillie, son of Aedb,^ was drowned 
this year at the Ferry of Cluain-an-tsbnaigh,® namely, 
the Ferry of the Lime-kiln J 

Eídends of Jan. on 7th feria, [9th of the moon,] a.d. [hgs] 
1463. The Earl of Desmond, namely, James,^ son of 
Earl Gerald, died this year. — Tadbg, son of Eogan Fa 
Concobuir, namely, lord of Sligecb, died this year. — Mac 
Donnchaidh of Tir-Oilella,* namely, Tadhg Mac Donn- 
chaidh, died. — Henry, son of Feidhlimidh TJa Haighilligh, 
was slain this year by Doncbadh Mag TJidhir (namely, 
son of Thomas junior). — Cu-coicriche,* son of Fergbal TJa 
TJiginn tbe Red, died. — Tbis y6ar the king* of tbeSaxons 
sent the donative unto Ua Neill, namely, B[enry, son of 
Eogan : to wit, eigbt and forty yard8 of scarlet and a 



7 Lime-lcUn.-^ 1263, note 3, 
tupra, 

1463. ^James See 1480, note 4, 

mtpra. 

^Of Tir-(H2ella,^'Kmg of a 
moietj of Tiremll, M. F., p. 249. 

O'Donovan, by an oversight, 
nuúces Donchadh the íatber (instead 



of the son) of Thomas (ÍT. 1027). 

' Cfu-coicriche, — Hound of ad- 
facent territory ; eo called from 
raiding border landa. A total 
mifloonoeption gave rise to the 
modem alias, Peregrinm {Peregrine) , 

*iC%.— Edward IV. See Gn- 
berfc, Vicerojfs, p. 376. 

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eosoin»), mariarral t>o t^ig T;ua5-nitimaíi an blia5aiTi 
fi*, iT)on, 'CoBs**, mac Tx^itijx'oelbaig hlli bfiiain. — 
Zóma^, mac Caíail, mic Tx^mair hlli pefigail, i'oon^ f ai 
cinn-pe*na w nitii|-biiegnitiine^ do mafiba* le clainn 
ConcoBaijfi in blia^ain fi**. 

(A) (B) 

bfvian* 05 TTlhas TTlha6- b|\ian 65, mac bfiiain, mic 
goiiina, iT)on, mac bfiiain, mic CC|\T)Jail TTleg TTlaégamna, 
CCfn^jaifv, T)o moixba* le vo maftb<r6 le macatb TTle^ 
macaib TTle^ TTlufióaiT) hoc TTltifiéai'6 in bliaóain fi af\ 
onno*. Sf>^r- 

OCe*, mac 5illa-pacfvai5, mic an CCifi€iT)eoÉain mes 
Ui'Bifi, obiiT;.— 5jxaíne balla6, ingen CCe*a TTles Ui'bifi, 
'o'eg 13^ lCalenT)ar CCpfiilir^ 

(Co^S^ T)ul?. . . . — 'Coijxfi'BealbaÉ^ mac TTlaficuif 
TTlhesfiaTÍh], quieuir^) 

[b.] lCat lan. 1. p., [U' xx.',] CCnno T)omini ííl.* cccc.'»lx'* 
1111."* TTlac Caba T^'heg in blia^ain fi, iT)on, TTla€5amain, 
mac Cnfii TTlic Caba. — Tna^samain, mac Tx)iffiT>elbai§ 
ballail, mic** TTlccéa** TTlic Caba, t>o mafiba'5 le JallaiB 
in blia'Bain fi. — e\^Víc in T)a bfxeip ne T^'heg in** blia5oin 
fi^ iT)on, pefifiíi TTlas Uibne', 5^ lCalenT)af ^Oeambfiif. 
— ^Tíomnall, mac Lofilainn, mic Cai'Bs hlli tluaifc, 
T)'he5. — Zah^, niac 'CoifijxT>elBai| fiuai-B hlli Concobuifi, 
iT)on, le€fii ConnaCc, T^'heg. — Conn, mac NeiU hUi 
T)omnaill, t>o mafiboB le heignefan, mac Ne^TOin hUi 

1463. « = «^, A; 1. m., t. h., B. »> -oo Ch(rós— ío Tadhf, B. 
ii = 1488 ^-^ . J-i Evidentlj, the two firat words oí the last entij of 1466, 
n. t. h., A; om., B. ^^-^r. m., n. t. h., A ; om., B. 

1464. •*=1461»*. »>-bom., B. •TnaDnibne, with no S— or 5— 
aboTO (t. h.), to signifj that the word may be TTIa[c] ^mbne— Ifa^ 
Sweeney, B. 

^Oave stipend. — And was ac- | 'TVmM^,*^^.— Seeteztoalnote^'. 
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ooUar of gold and so on. — ^TTa Neill (namely, Henrj, son 
of Eogan) gave stipend ^ thís year to the king of Thomond, 
that is, Tadhg, son ot Toirdelbach Fa Briain. — Thomas 
son of Cathal, son of Thomas Fa Ferghail, namelj, an ex- 
oellent leader of Magh-Bregmhuine, was slain by the sons 
of Oonoobhar [IJa Ferghail] this year. 



[1468] 



(A) 

Brian Mag Mathgamna 
jonior, namelj, son of Brian, 
8on of Ardgar, was Idlled b j 
the sons of Mag Morohaidh 
this jear. 



(B) 
Brian jonior, son of Brian, 
son of Ardghal Mag Math- 
gamna, was killed by the sons 
of Mag Murohaidh this year 
on a [night-]attack. 
Aedh, son of Gilla-Patraig, son of the Archdeacon Mag 
Tlidhir, died. — Qraine the Freckled, daughter of Aedh 
Mag Fidhir, died on the 13th of the Kalends of April 
[March 20]. 

(Tadhg« the Black, . . . — Toirdhealbach, son of 
Mark Magrath, rested.) 

Ealends of Jan. on Ist feria, [20th of the moon,] a.d. 
14B4. Mac Caba, namely, Mathgamain, son of Henry 
Mac Caba, died this year. — ^Mathgamain, son of Toirdel- 
bach Íhe FrecUed, son of Matthew Mac Caba, was slain 
by Foreigners this year. — The bishop of the two Breifiii,^ 
namely, Fersithi ^ Mag Fibne, died this year on the 5th 
of Íhe Kalends of December [Nov. 27]. — ^Domnall, son 
of Lochlann, son of Tadhg Fa Ruairc, died. — Tadhg,' son 



0'Beill7 (£a8t), and that of 
0'Boiirke CWest) : the diooese of 
Sjbnore. Bj Besorípt of PioB II. 
(Jan. 9, 14A2), the rectorj of the 
mral parts of Eilmore pariah not 
reserred to the biahop (long Tacant 
and oooopied bj the BenediotineB 
of Fore in Heath diooese) waa 
ereoted into a can on ioal prebend. 
The jndges, Cormao Haganran, 
Cormao Hagranaill [BeTnolds] and 



Engene O'Bodaghan, were direoted 
to dolj enqnire and induot the peti- 
tioner, Gormao O'Sheridan, oanon 
of Eilmore. (Theiner, p. 484). 

« Fer-sithi, — Man of ptace,^Aa 
the see waa vaoant on Maroh 16, 
1464 (Ware, p. 229), his inonm- 
benoy began and ended within the 
year. 

* Tadhg, — For an account of his 
funeral andvÍBion, see Jf.^., p. 265. 
02 



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212 ccMwalcc uLaroh. 

T)omTiaill. — TTlac Uilliam hlli Ceallai^ •D'heg, it)Oti*, 
íl1aiL[-8h]ecLanTi*. — T>a** mac hlli CeaLLai^ vo maíiba'5 
Le 5«^^^'!> 1" bLia-Sain fi, iDon, va mac CCe^a, mic 
btxiain hUi CeLLai^^ — ^T^maf gpennac^ 7 T>omnaLL, 
i'oon, "Da mac T)uinn ÍHhes tli'5i|i, -00 maaba* Le n-a 
n-Detibpcc6anx pein, iTOn, Le Ruai'Bíii gLaf. 

lCaL lan. 111. p ., [L.* 1.',] CCnno T)omini m.*^ cccc" Lx.^ 
u.*" ben' hUi MeiLL (i'oon^ enfi^) •D'heg in*' bLia'5ain fi, 
i'oon", JopmLaié* Caemánac, ingen TTlic TTluffia^a, i-oon, 
ingen fi| Lai|en*. — ^ben* TTlic CafeiíiaiL* (iT)on*, eogan') 
•o'heg in'' bLia^ain fi*, iT)on, Una*, ingen hUi' NeiLL 
(iT)on, enfi»)- — TTlac TliíbefTOi^ T)'ej; in bLia'Bain 
fi, iT)on, Cu-Chonnacc, oLLam TTles Ui-Biii fe van. — 
'Comaf*', mac Tnuipif, mic TTlcrBa, iT)on*, aV teofa- 
gabaiL, v'e^ 6*^ lCaLenT)af luLir^ — CCfT;i^ mac 8eaain 
Thóif,mic TTluifif TTleg [C]fi a[i]€, T)'he5,ST)on, T)ecana£* 
LoCa-hefne^ — CCenguf,^ mac T)omnaiLL baLLaig Tnic"" 
T^omnaiLL", t)0 mafba'5 a nn-eappac° na bLia'Bna" Le 
heoin, mac CCLexanT>aif. Ocuf' T)omnaLL, mac an 
n-eafbuig TTlic T)OTÍinaiLL, t)0 buaiL he T)*en buiLLe 
k 93c cLoi'5im,i T)on, CCnnoT)omini 1465, aLiaf, 1465"^ [4P]. — | 
PeaLL*" t>o '^enum t)0 T)omnaLL, mac Za\^^ hUi Tluaific, 
af TTlac Con[fh]nama in" bLia'5ain fi% iT)on, é pein, 7 a 

1464. 1 J^p^ea-, A. * om., B. • first in the entrj, B. 

1465. 'beati, A. *=S B. »-aeil» B. * •oecananó ! A ; -Desatioc, B. 
•*=146la*». *'-»'= 1384CC. <«om., B. " before í)en, B. «^ 1403 H. 
<iT)Oti, ad., B. «•« dnTii htli Neilt— o/ ffenrjf Ua NeHI, B; wordB 
within [ ] itL, t h., A. ^'^ f. m., t. h., A ; in text, B. * om., B. JJ be- 
fore CCb (with i-oon after •o'hes) and 7 afvaile ad. to TTlaéa, B, " ^, m.^ 
t. h. (re-iiiked), A; text, B. í-i93c, t. m. ; the rest = ^'K "»-"»om., A, 
^n^Uz^m.m^ oThe ordér in B. ia : eni\i— ifi— fealU-8eaan. 



*Slain,—At Pindruim (bar. of | 1466. ^MaUhew.—Mwi Ifánns, 
Baphoe, 00. Donegal), on [Taee- who died in 1342, wpra. 
day] May 8, F. M. {ad an). I « i^s[-4 P].— From the mention 



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of Toirdelbach Ua Concobuir the Red, namelj, joint-king 
of Connacht, died. — Conn, son of Niall Ua Domnaill, wéw 
slain^ by Eignechan, eon of Nechtain Ua DonmailL — 
The son of William Ua Ceallaigh, namely Mail[-Sh]ech- 
lainn, died. — Two sons of [the] Ua Ceallaigh, namely, two 
Bons of Aedh, son of Brian Ua Cellaigh, were slain by 
Foreignere this year, — Thomas the [long-]bearded and 
Domnall, namely, two sons of Donn Mag Uidhir, were 
slain by their own brother, that is, by Huaidhri the Green. 

Ealends of Jan. on 3rd feria, [Ist of the moon,] a.d. 
1465. The wife x)f Ua Neill (that is, Henry) died this 
year: to wit, Gormlaith Eavanagh, daughter of Mac 
Murchadha, namely, daughter of the king of Leinster. — 
The wife of Mac Cathmail (that is, Eogan) died this year : 
namely, Una, daughter of Ua Neill (namely, Henry). — 
Mac Ribertaigh, namely, Cu-Connacht, oUam of Mag 
Uidhir in poetry, died thÍ8 year. — ^Thomas, son of 
Maurice, son of Matthew,^ namely, abbot of Lis-gabail, 
died on the 6th of the Ealends of Jaly [June 26]. — ^Art, 
son of John Mor, son of Maurice Mag Craith, namely, 
dean of Loch-Erne, died. — Aenghus, son of Domnall Mac 
Donmaill the FrecUed, was slain in the Spring of the 
year by John, son of Alexander. And Domnall, son of 
the bidiop Mac Donmaill, [it was] that [mortaUy] strucfc 
hÍTn with one strofce of a sword, namely, a.d. 1465, other- 
wise, 1465 [4 ?].* — ^Treachery was done by Domnall,* son 
of Tadhg Ua Euairc, on Mao Con[Sh]nama this year : to 



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[1416] 



of Spring in the dzth entrj, it maj 
be inf erred that the item was oopied 
from a Ohioniele wherein the A.D. 
began with Maroh 26 (not Jan. 1 ). 
Tldi, however, unless (whioh ÍB 
not unlilíelj) the altemative date 
was added bj the tranficriber, 



will not explain the alias of the 
final entry. The two excerpts are 
manifestlj drawn from the same 
Bonroe. , 

^ByDonmáU, — "Andby hÍB sons 
and the^ themselves settled in his 
lands." if. F., p. 267. 



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mac T)o tnapbcr5 oc aipFfienn T)ia-T)omnai| 7 mo|ian 
T)ia mtiinnciíi. — Iji THas ftotnaill v'e^ in" blia^oin p . 
— enfii, mac bfiiain ballai^ hlli Meill, •o'hes' hoc' 
anno". — 8eaan t)uB, mac T)onn£ai'B, mic CCe^ ÍHas 
Ui'Bifi, T)0 mafiba* le «eaan, mac (pilib TTles tli'5i|i 7 
le clainn bfiiain, mic" pilib' íTlhes Ui'Biii. — eoinS mac 
CClafT)aifi^ mic eoin líioijx TTlic T)omnaill, vo mafiba* 
le Conn, mac 0Ce'5a bui-Be h[U]i Neill, la"* fioiiíi peil 
TTli&l 7 mofian eile maille fiir [CC.T).] 1465, aliar, 
1465 [4?]-. 

B 88b ICaL lan. 1111. p., [L* x.ii.*,] CCnno ^Oomini TT1.° cccc.** tx."* 
ui."* TTlaiT)m mofiT)o íaboifiT; afi ^f^allaiB in blia^n 
fi leif hUa Confiobuijx pailii, iT)on, Conn^ mac in^ Chal- 
bai§, T)ú inafi' maftba^ 8eaan, mac Tllic 'Comaif, iT)on, 
fai cinn-pe'Bna. Ocuf ní peTOjx a fiim, no a aipim, afi* 
5aba* T)objxai^iB mai€i[B] 5«Í'1'«"^>P« ^^ CCía-qiuim 
7 fo UiUiam Ó5 Nuinnfenn 7 pa CfifTX)ifi piuingceT) 
ez alii mulci. — Tli*' 'Cua^-TTluman T)'e5, iT)on, CoBs, mac 
'CoififiT)elbai| hUi bfiiain. — CCine, ingen TTles ©oÉasain, 
iT)on, ben Comaif* 015'' TTles Ui-Bijx, fii[é]*pefi-TTlana£*, 
T)*e5 in* blioBain fi^ — TT)aiT)m moji t>o íabaifii: afi 
^aUaiC TTlaCaifie OifigiaU le hCCe*, mac** eosain* hUi 
NeiU. — TTlaiT)m vo éabaiftx; ap TTlas TTlaÍ5amna le 
JaUaiB na TTli'Be, T)U inaji' ^aba'B CCe^B 05 TTlag TTlaC- 
gamna 7 TTlac T)onncai'B Clainni-CeaUaig ez"^ alii^ — ^Ri 
OifigiaU T)'e5 in blioBain fi% iT)on, peiT)lim[i'B], mac 
bjiiain TTles TTlaCsamna.— bfiian, mac CCrfilaim TTles 
Ui-Bip, cenn* a aicme p ein 7 ciéefina' Clainni-hCCiíilaim', 
T)'e5 in* blioBain fi*. — hUa TTlael-paufvais* T^'eg in* 
blioBain fi*, iT)on, TTla^Uf hUa* TTlael-paqfiais*. — 

1465. * CCle3Com'DCXi|\, B. p om.» A. «ThÍB entrj was re-inlced in A. 

1466. lan, B. «-•oTvaic^ B. •-bl., A, B. >» le— dy— prf ., B. «The 
orderin Bia: CCine— Hi— TnaiTmifnoTi. *^oni., B. «om.jB. «after 
•D'heg (with i-Don prf.), B. 



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wit^ himself and his son and many of his people wera [1465] 
slain at Mass on Sundaj. — ^lr Mag Raghnaill died this 
year. — ^Henrj, son of Brian Ua Neill the Frecfcled, died 
this year. — John the Black, son of Donchadh, son of Aedh 
Mag TJidhir, was slain by John, son of Philip Mag TJidhir 
and by the sons of Brian, son of Philip Mag ^Fidhir. — 
John, son of Alexander, son of John Mac DomnaiU Mor 
and many others with him were slain by Oonn, son of 
Aedh Fa NeiU the Tawny, the day before the feast of 
[St.] Michael, [a.d.] 1465, otherwise, 1465 [4 1J «. 

Ealends of Jan. on 4th feria, [12th of the moon,] a.d. [1466] 
1466. Great defeat was inflicted on the Foreigners this 
year by Fa Conchobuir Faly, namely, Conn, son of the 
Calbach, wherein was slain John, son of Mac Thomas, 
namely, an excellent leader. And it is not possible to 
recoant or to reckon what was taken of good hostages of 
the Foreigners there, along with the abbot of Ath-truim^ 
and with WiUiam Nugent junior and with Christopher 
Plunket and many others. — ^The king of Thomond, namely, 
Tadhg*, son of Toirdelbach Fa Briain, died. — Aine, 
daughter of Mag Eochagaín, namely, wife of Thomas 
Mag TJidhir junior, king of Fir-Manach, died this year. — 
Great defeat was inflicted on the Foreigners of the Plain 
of Oirgialla by Aedh, son of Eogan Fa Neill. — ^Defeat was 
inflicted on Mag Mathgamna by the Foreigners of Meath, 
wherein were taken Aedh Mag Mathgamna junior and 
Mac Donnchaidh [DomnaiU] of Clann-Celleaigh and others. 
— ^The king of Oirgialla, namely, FeidhlÍQ)[idh], son of 
Brian Mag Mathgamna, died this year. — Brian, son of 
Amhlam Mag XJidhir, head of his own ilk^ and lord of 



1466. ^ Aibot o/ Áth'truim,— 
Of the Honae ci [the Virgin] Marj 
[for which see 1412, note 4, suprá}, 
M. F., p. 268. 

* Tadhg.—'FoT the noteworthj 



deedB wronght bj him immediatel j 
príor to hia death, see M. F.,p. 
358. 

* O/fUsown f7^.— See the Table, 
1454, note 4, supra. 



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ccMwalcc tilaroti. 



Lo£laititi mofi, mac CCe^a, mic pilib, •D'heg. — bpiati, mac 
Silla-paqiais, mic ati aifiÉi'oeocai ti moifi (THes^ 
UfBitv'), iT)on', abb*" Lef a-gabail, 'o'hes*' 3** l-our 1atiua]\ii**. 
— ^Domnall* htla teanna[i]n, iT)on, cananac vo íHuinncitv 
Lefa-gabail, 'o'hes, iwn, pefi aenT)a, nemufiSoiT^eafi. 
ObiiT; Wonif^ íHaii*. — Cu-íHafia (iT)on', in 5^^^« 
5íiuamT)a'), mac CClaxanT)aifi, mic Somaifile THic 
Caba, T)o mafvba'B Monif^ lunn^ — Zccb^ t)u15, mac 
bfiiain** mic* Silla-Choirsle, T^'heg an"* blia^ain [fi] : 
iT>on, f eii Ufvfiaif iftoiti i n-©f inn 7 1 n-eT)aill ; oifi af e 
t)0 TObai'5 innfa Hoim efiuic Chonculainn ají Chon- 
na£TO£ai15^ 

A 93d lCaL lan. u. p, [l.' aacin.',] CCnno T)omini Vn .** cccc."* Ix."* 
uii.** R\ OifvsiaU T)'e5 in blia^Bain fi^ iT)on, Cogan, mac 
Hu|fai'5e íHes THaésamna 7 Hemann, mac Hugfiai'Be, 
T)o fiila'B 1 n-a ina'5 pofi" OifsiallaiB^ — rk)ifipT)elba£ 
f ua^, mac* hlli^ Weill'* (iT)on®, mac enpi*), T^'heg in" 
blia'feain fi". — CCn*'5^^^« T)u15, mac pilib, mic 
Con-Connafix; íTles Ui'5iti, T)o mafiba'5 le muinnuifi 
*Oonn£ai'5, mic íTles Ui'5if, an blia'5ain fi". — ^hUa 
petvgail T)'he5 in'' blia'^ain fi": iT)on, T)omnall bui'^e, 
mac ^Oomnaill hUi" phef|ail,iT)on, caifefi na hCCngaile, 
T)'he5'. — TTlaiT)m moti** (iT)on', TTlaiT)m £foifi TTlhai^e- 
cfoinnO T)0 éabaifT; le TTlac Uilliam Clainni-HicaifiT) afi 
HicafT) a báfvc, T)á inafi' mafiba'5 Uilliam caefi a bufc 

1466. ».af, (A) MS. w= 1403 H. »>-»»prf. (with i-oon aíter •o'h^ 
tobfiian, B. »=1466«i. 

1467. M, B. •^ = 1461»*. »»om.,B, <h,- b. d-d mac enrii 1 MeiU 
^ionofHenrvO'NeiHB. •^ = 1403 W. "itl., n. t h., Ai = 1428»>-b, B. 



^ Lochlainn, — Consin-german of 
the Brian mentioned In the nezt 
previouB entrj bnt one. 



' FoTf etc, — ^This statement I am 
nnable to elnddate. 
1467. ii)ferf.— "IrialOTergajl 



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Clann-Amhlaim, died this year. — XJa Mael-Patraig, [1466J 
namely, Maghnus Ua Mael-Patraig, died tliis year. — 
Lochlainn Mor*, son of Aedh, son of Philip, died. — Brian, 
son of GKlla-Patraig, son of The Great Archdeacon 
(Mag Uidhir), namely, abbot of Lis-gabail, died on the 3rd 
oftheldes [llth]of January. — Domnall Ua Leanna[i}n, 
that is, a canon of the community of Lis-gabail, namely, 
a single-minded, inoffensive man, died. He died on the 
Nones [7th] of May. — Cu-Mara (namely, the Gloomy 
GiUie), son of Alexander, son of Somairle Mac Caba, 
was slain on the Nones [5th] of June. — Tadhg the Black, 
son of Bnan Mac Gilla-Ooisgle, died this year : to wit, a 
a man of great consideration in Ireland and in Italy ; for^ 
it is he that exacted the eric of Cuculaín írom the Con- 
nacians in Eome. 

Ealends of Jan. on 5th feria, [23rd of the moon,] a.d. [1467] 
1467. The king of Oirgialla, namely, Eogan, son of Eugh- 
raidhe Mag Mathgamna, died this year and Bedmond, son 
of Rughraidhe, was made king in his stead over Oirgialla. 
— ^Toirdelbach the Red, son of Ua Neill (namely, son of 
Henry), died this year. — ^The Black Gillie, son of 
Philip, son of Cu-Connacht Mag Uidhir, was slain by the 
people of Donchadh, son of [the] Mag Uidhir, this year. 
Ua Ferghail died this year : to wit, Domnall the Tawny, 
son of Domnall Ua Ferghail, namely, chief of the 
hAnghaile, died^. — Great defeat® (namely, the defeat of 
the Cross of Magh-cronn^) was inflicted by Mac WiUiam 
of Clann-Bicaird on Richard de Burgh, wherein were slain 



(baooeeded) in Daniel's seate," Jf. 
F,, p. 262. 

* Crou of Magh-cronn.^Cros- 
Maighe'Croifm; anglicÍBed Crosma- 
cron (bar. of Athenrj, oo. (M- 
way). See 0'Donoyan*8 note, iv. 
1049. 



» Oreat defeatf eU\ — (Hven in 
more detail by M, F, at 1466 (p. 
261), and, in a ahorter and inde- 
pendent version, at 1467 (p. 262). 
An acooQnt apparently oompiled 
from these and f rom the present 
text ÍB in the F. M, (ad, an,). 



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ccMMoia: tiLccoíi. 



7 oÉt; piciT: Salloslafi, maiUe' fie' foÉai'Be íni'5a oite / 
apaile". — THac Caíínail -o'hes iti* blia5aiti fi°, iT>on, 
eojan, peti" einig 7 e^ntinia 7 afiaile*'. — Sluaga'B mófi t)0 
•5enum leif hUa* Weill in^ blia5ain fi, iT>on', enfí, mac 
eogain", a n-0ifie5T:-hUi^-ChaÉain. Ocuf T^o'n** TnífUf fin 
T)o mafiba* rk)maf, mac pilib íHes Ui'5if (fcilicet", 9 
lCalenT)af OcTX)bíiif •) : iT>on°, pefi a aifi voV f etiti xxnnis 
T)'a T)u€ai'5 1 n-a aimfifi pein 7 afuxile'. — hUa Ceallai| 
íHaine T^'eg m" blia*ain fi' — iT)on, CCe'6, mac bfiiain 
hUi^ Ceallaig— lafi' pofba a aip 7 hUa Ceallai| vo 
•5enum vo mac Uilliam hUi Ceallail*'.— hUa RaiéiUil 
T)*e5 an blia'Bain fi, iT)on, Ca6al, mac eogain, mic* 
Seaain* hUi Hai|iUi| 7 rk)iftiT)elbac, mac 8eaain hUi^ 
Rai|iUi|, T)o fila* 1 n-a ina*.— hUa Cleifcen T^'heg, 
iT)on, Conaing, mac* UiUiamS hUa* Cleifcen, fai" fie 
fenSuf 7 peri ngi ai-Be* co coir^Éinn'. 

(A) (B) 

Wiall, mac ÍHic Cfuxitmic CCn T>Oificel, mac mofr- 
matsomna, iT)on, Oifpicel gamna, i-oon, Hiatl, T^'heg. 
Loéa-hetine 7 petifim Innfi-cain, •o'eg in blioóatn fi 11. 
]CalenT)af 1antiap.ii. 

eoain, ingen pitib íHes Ui'feif, iT>on, ben Cofmaic 
íHes 8ampa5ain, v'he^. — ^Donn, mac Caifipfii me^ 
UfBni, T)'he5 in'' blia*ain fi". 

B 88c [b.] lCal. lan. ui. p., [L' 1111.',] OCnno "Oomini íri.* cccc.** tx.* 
uiti.*' 5^im mofi T)o T)enum a n-T3foiÉeD-a€a in^ blta^ain 
l^ : iT)on, lafla ^Oef-íHuman t)o •Bicenna^*, iT)on, Tx)maf, 
mac 8emu[i]f, mic SefioiT) lafila. Ocuf ní aiípifiT) 

1467. *0, B. «on, B. "7, B. ^íf—it t>— prf., B. Wom^ A. 
J = t {getL on inac), B. ^after TTl^ tli'óiTi, B. 

1468. 1 on, A. * «óitc-, A. •* = 1451 •*. 



<5ím.— Hagh of the Wood, 
F.M. 

• Toirdelbach, eíc— Given onder 
1468 in the F. M. 



« Niall, eto.— The F. M. f oflow 
A ; omittíng, as nsoal, the daj of 
the moDth. 



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WiUiam Blind[-eye] de Burgh and eight ecore gallow- t^*^*^ 
glasses, along with a nmnerous f orce besides and so on. — 
Mac Cathmail died this year : to wit, Eogan, a man of 
hospitalitj and prowess and so on. — A great hosting was 
made hj IJa Neill, namelj, Henry, son of Eogan, this 
year into 0irecht-T7i-0athain. And on that expedition 
was slain Thomas^ son of Philip Mag XTidhir (namely, on 
the 9th of the Ealends of October [Sep. 23]) : to wit, the 
man of his age [years] who was the best that came of his 
country in his own time and so on. — TJb, Ceallaigh of [IJi-] 
Maine — ^namely, Aedh, son of Brian XJa Ceallaigh— died 
this year after oompletion of his age in [in goodness] and 
the son* of William XJa CeaUaigh was made [the] XJa Oeal- 
laigh. — ^Ua Raighilligh, namely, Cathal, son of Eogan, 
son of John XJa BaighOligh, died this year and Toirdel- 
bach'^, son of John X7a RaighiUigh, was made king in his 
stead. — IJa Cleircen died : to wit, Conaing, son of William 
TJa Cleircen, [one] eminent in hÍ8tory and a man that 
kept a general gnest-honse. 

(A) (B) 

Niall^ Bon of Mao Oraith The Official Mao Math- 
Mao Mathgamana, namely, gamana, namely, Niall, died. 
OflScial of Loch-Eme and parson of Inis-cain, died this 
year on the 2nd of the Ealends of fTanuary [Dec. 31]. 

Edain, danghter of PhUip Mag XJidhir, namely, wife of 
Cormao Mag Samradhain, died. — ^Donn, son of Cairpre 
Mag XJidhir, died this year. 

Ealends of Jan. on 6th feria, [4th of the moon,] a.d- [ues B. 
1468. A great deed was done in Droiched-atha this year : 
to wit, the Earl of Desmond, namely, Thomas^ son of 
James, son of Earl Gerald, was beheaded^. And the 
leamed relate Íhat there was noi? ever in Ireland a 



1468. 1 T'AomM.—EighUi Earl. i Notea. 
See Vueropit, p. 378, sq. ' ATo^.— Plaoed idiomatioallj be- 

* Beh^aded, — U., p. 885 and the | lore relaU in the originaL 



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ccMNaLa tiLaroti. 



eolaig co fvoiBe a n-einnn fiiam Sallmacatíi fioV fefip. 
ínaf é. Ocuf a TÍia|iba* a t?ell le hlaiila 8axana£ 7 
A94a arvaile— | ÍTlac T)onn£ai'5 t;hi|ie-hOileUa T)1ie5, iT)on, 
Huai'fepi.— mas Haénaill v'he's in** blia*ain n^ iwn, 
Caéal* 7^ TOife£ do 'feenum v'a mac, iwn, do Zah^\ — 
hlla Huaiíic v'he^, iT)on. T^isetinan, mac 'Cai'fej hUi 
Huaitic.— baile hlli Hai|iUi| vo lopca* 7 maínifciti 
an CaBain in blia^ain fi le ^a^l'CtiB 7 leifin 8axana6 
lef''Dicenna'5 lafla T)ef-íl1uman 7 afaile. — íTlai'Dm 
mojfi 1* m-bemn-uama** -00 TxxBaiiic le Conn, mac CCe'Sa 
bui'fee hlli NeiU, vú ínaf' mafiba* in 8a15aife£. 



(A) 
In'Dfaigit "00 'óentini le 
X)onné(rt, mac Tx^moif ííleg 
Ui'ói|v, ap. piltb, mac Con- 
Connaóc ÍTleg Ui'óifi, a Cí|i- 
cennpoDa 7 cfieca mofwx -00 



(B) 
Pilib, mac Con-Conna6c 
tnhes 1117)111, "Do maf.b<r6 m 
btiaDoin fi 7 a mac le 
'Oonnéa*, mac tnhe^ UiDifv 
7 ap,aile. 

íabaifT; leif. mum'Dceti T)onncai'5 -do -Sola leifna 
cpecaiB a CLainn-CeaUai| 7 nDonnCa* -do fágbail 
'DoiB afi 'Defie'5 na cfe£, becan 'oame. mac Con- 
ChonnaCt; 'do bfeií aiji 7 TOpai'SecT; mai€ -do 'feenum 
'DÓ. "Oonnfia'5 -00 innTO| f e mac Con-Chonnacr: 7 é pein 
7 a mac "do mafiboB 'oo'n cufiuf fin le T)onn£a'5. 
^Oonnca* -00 T^oigecT: 'oia n| •D'on cuf uf fin po buai'B 
cofcuip 7 comai'5ííie 7 afiaile. 

hUa Ca€a[i]n 'D'heg m** blia*ain fi^ i'oon, magnuf 
hlla Ca€a[i]n.— hlla mailconaipe^ h'hes, í'í^on, rk)pna, 

1468. »maei-, B. »"»»0111., B. omos HoÉnaiU, B. ^•^afterhUi 
ííeill,B. 



* BetUr, — See the ealogiam in 
M, F, (whose translation, owing 
tothedeath, Dec. 1, 1666, of hÍB 
patron, Sir James Ware, ends ab- 
raptlj with the EarPs arrival in 
Drogheda to meet the Depatj), p. 
263. 

The best enconiam of Thomas íb 
an endowment (1464) for choral 



service in St. Marj's, Toaghal, in- 
dading a residenoe f or the Warden 
(the Ouardianiu of papal instra- 
ments) and another for the Tioars. 
The charoh, in oonseqaence, was 
erected from a paroobial into a 
coUegiate. (Hayman, Hotet and 
Records of the aneient religunu 
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Foreign jronth that was better* than he. And he wa8[l468B.] 
killed in treachery by a Saxon EarP and so on. — Mao 
Donnchaidh of Tir-Oilella} namely, Roaídhri, died. — Mag 
Baghnaill^ namely, Cathal, died this year and his son, 
namely, Tadhg, was made chief». — TTa Rnairc, namely, 
Tigeman, son of Tadhg Ua Baairc, died. — ^The town of 
Ua RaighiUigh^ and the monastery of Cavan were bnmed 
this year by the Foreigners and by the Saxon Earl by 
whom the Earl of Desmond was beheaded and so on.— 
Great defeat was inflicted in Benn-uama^ by Conn, son of 
Aedh Ua NeiU the Tawny, wherein was slain the Savage, 



(A>) 

An attack was made by 

Donchadh, son of Thomas 

Mag Uídhir, on Philip, son of 

Ou-Gonnacht Mag Uidhir, in 



(B) 

Philip, son of Ou-Connacht 

Mag Uidhir and his son were 

slain this yeai' by Donchadh, 

son of Mag Uidhir and so on. 



Tir-cennfhoda and large preys were carried oflf by him. 
The people of Donchadh went with the preys into Clann- 
Ceallaigh and Donchadh was left by them in the rear of 
the preys [with] a few persons. The son of Cu-Connacht 
overtook him, good pursuit having been made by him. 
Donchadh turned on the son of Cu-Conuacht aud himself 
and his son were slain on that occasion by Donchadh. 
Donchadh went to his house on that occasion with triumph 
of victory and rout and so on. 

Ua Catba[i]n, namely, Maghnus Ua Catha[i]n, died this 
year. — Ua Mailconaire, namely, Toma, oUam^^ of Ua Con- 



^Saxm lSarL—Jo}m Tiptoft, 
Earl ot Woroeeter. 

•JJií— cAtí/*.— Literallj, a ehief 
waa made of Jú$ ton, namdy, of 
Tadhg, 

' Town of Ua RaighHUgh^The 
casUe oí Talljmongaii, north-east 



of Cayan town (0*D. iv. 1067). 

® Bem'Uama.^Peah of the caue; 
fienvadigen, near Belfast. 

' {A). — ThÍB recension is lol- 
lowed by the F. M. 

^^ OUam. — In historj and poetry, 
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222 (DiMccLa: uloroTi. 

ollam h\l\ Concobuifi ConnaSx;. — ^íHac S^WI^^é fttiai'6 
nie5 Ui'Biii 'o'hes \r\^ blia5aiTi p\ i-oon, Tluai'5fii. — 
niail[-^h]©ít«inT)^ mac T)onn£ai'6 niic SaFpiWil, 
qtiieaif in Chiiifco*. — íriopan tw Cloinn-SapFjiaig tw 
mafiba* in' btiofiain fi* le clainn CCe^a, mic*' pilib n a 
T/ tj a 1 -6 1 ** íHhes Ui'Bií^ tini' ÍHac S^FFPaig pein* (iT)onN 
Tk)nn£a5, mac ^onnfiai-B 'oona^) 7 tjm* a mac, iT)on, 
Pei-BUm, 7 im* a X)e|ibfiaÉai|i, iT)on, Goin 7 a mac pin, 
iT>on, ■Oiafimair, mac** eoin** 7 qiiufi aile imailte* fiiu^ 
fciliceT:, lT)[ib]uf CCusufci. — OCifpfiic, ingen hUi banain, 
iT)on,in^ ben t>o bí fie'' haéai* T)'aimfif'' ag pilib nias 
tli'Bi|i — iT)on^pitib,mac 'Comaif, mic pitib na cuai'Be 
nies tli*iri*'— D'heg^ V lT)Uf lutii.— tte*", mac phitib, 
mic Tx)maif mhej Ui'Bif, t)0 mafba5 in^ btiaT)ain fi te 
ctoinn OCe*a, mic** phitib n a t: u a 1 -5 e** nihes tli'5iri"". 

lCaU lan. 1. f ., [L* x.u.%] OCnno 'Oomini m.'* cccc* tx.* ix.* 

(A) (B) 

1nT)foigi'ó T)o T^enum t)0 bfwon tnaineé, mac "Oonn- 
dainn philib ÍHeg Ufóiii 7 6060, mic 0Cei5a ÍXígs tliT)ifi, 
•o'^monn, mac X!x)maif 015 w maf\t)€r6 in blioróain fi le 
ÍII65 tli'óifi, ap. clainn OCe^ clainn philib ÍHhe^ Umfw 
nies Ui-Sif a niibots 7 cfiefia mofa vo €abaifvc teo T)o'n 
uif Uf fin. Ocuf mac *Oonn6ai'5, mic OCe^a nies Ui-Sif, 
T>o mafba* teo, iT)on, bpian niainec. 

im *inaille, B. ^x^w, B. ^=1379>>. "after Ui'wp, B. 
wroon, [ÍTlac] ^PFTWwS l»in —iwme/y, [líae] GaJ^aigh himtefff B. 
í^-hitl., t. h., A; L m., t. h., B. iom., B. • om., A, "=«. i^, ^^ 
she died, B. »•« = 1466 «» . 

1469. »*=1461«. 



1469. 1 =1468, note 9. 



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cobuir of Connaoht, died.— The son of Godfrey Mag ti^^l 
TJídhir the Red, namelj, Buaidhri^ died this jear. — 
Mail[-Sh]echlainn, son of Donohadh Mac Gkiffi*aigh, rested 
in Christ. — Many of the Clann-GaflBpaigh, includíng Mac 
Ga£Fraigh himself (namely, Donchadh, son of Bonchadh 
the LucMess) and including his son, namely, Feidhlim- 
[idh], and including his brother, namely, John, and his son 
namely, Diarmait, son of John, and three others wíth them, 
were slain this year on the Ides [13th] of August, by the 
sonof Aedh, BonofPhilípMagTTidhir of the [battle-] 
axe. — ^Aifiric, daughter of TJa Banain, namely, the wife 
Philip Mag TJidhira— that is, PhiUp, son of Thomas, son 
of Philip of the [battle-]axe — ^had for a space of 
time, died on the 7th of the Ides [8th] of July.— Aedh, 
son of Philip, Bon of Thomas Mag TJidhir, was slain this 
year by the sons of Aedh, son of Philip Mag TJidhir of 
the [battle-]axe. 

Ealends of Jan. on Ist fería, [15th of the moon,] a.d. [1469] 
1469. 

(A)^ (B) 

An attack was made by the Brian the TJi-Mamian^, 
sons of Philip Mag TTidhir and son of Donchadh, son of Aedh 
by Edmond, son of Thomas Mag TJidhir, was slain this 
Mag TJidhir junior, on the year by the sons of Philip 
sons of Aedh Mag TJidhir in Mag TJidhir. 
Mibolg and large preys were carried off by them on that 
expedition. And the son of Donohadh, son of Aedh Mag 
TJidhir, namely, Brian the TJi-Mainian^ was slain by 
them. 



« Cr».Jfaiiiíaii.— See 1432, note 7, supra. 



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1iit>foiJi'ó eile -00 'óeniifn 
-Do daiTiTi pilib ÍHeg Uitifv 
af\ clociT)T) CCeóa cema a lon^ 
7 6o5an, fnac CCeT^a ÍTIeg 
Ui'óiiv, vo maiiba'ó leo Wn 
cafitjf fin (it)on^ ai*ci feil 



Bogan, mac CCe*a Tnheg 
tliT)iti, T>o mafibai6 i n-a 
tiaij fo in bliaóain ceinia 
(iTK)n*, ai-óci fíeil Cfvoí*) 7 
piaitbefxcaé, a mac 7 Cofi- 
mac htla íílanóain. 



A94b Ciiof**) 7 piaiébetiTOfi, a Tnac 7 | Co|imac hlla íHan- 
6a[i]n. 

HifDeaiiT)** Ó5 hUa tlai^llig T^'heg in' blio^ain fi 1 
cinn míf vo Shampa**'*. — 8luai|e'5 mojfi t)o '5enum in 
blicr&ain ]^* leif hlla n-T)omnaill, iT)on, CCe* fiao*, mac' 
Weill hUi 'Oomnaill*, a n-1feafi Connafe. Ocaf bpaigDi 
l£T:aifi Connact; t>o |abail vo T)oV cafiuf fin 7 hUa 
•Oomnaill* '00*' bfieií flaaig lcTHiifi Conna^T: leif** a cenn 
íTlic UiUiam o* bafic, iT)on, HicapT), mac emainn a 
buíic. Ocuf a n-T)ul affin T)*innfoi|i5 aii' Clainn- 
HicaifiT)*. Ocuf in íTlacaiíie-piaBaC 7 baile-in-claiti, 
iT)on, baile TTiic UiUiam, t)o lofco'B leo T)o'n cufiuf fin. 
B 88d Ocuf íTlac UiUiam 7 8il-mbíiiain vo b|iei6 ojifia 7 | 
mac hUi ConCobuifi Coívcum|iuor5 vo mafvbcrS leo^ Ocuf 
hUa T)omnaiU t)o TJoiéecT: T)ia T:ig T>o'n cutiuf x^w po 
buai'fe cofgaifi 7* comaiT)me'. — HicatiT), mac TlJomaif a 

1469. »»bf. m., t. h., (A) MS. c^= 1446»^. ^^t, m., t.h. (re-inied), 
A;text,B. •^om.,B. « = «^. «=1466»>. »»-»»7 ftuog lécaifi Connacc 
•DO bjieiú leif 7 •duI— amf M^ Aoií 0/ the Lowerpart of Connacht icat tahen 
toith him and he went, B. 1 Clainni-Hicai|i'D (gen. on innfoiéi'ó), B. J onn 
—there, B. 



' Lurg, — The original has long^ 
a YOZ nihili in this place and mani- 
fcstlj dne to the scríbe. 

*/?tcAflríí.— Tanist of Breifnj. 

' Month of Summer, — Namely, 



Maj. In the same waj, at 918 
[-9], 1014, aud 1109, supra, the 
season Cnot the month) is men- 
tioned relatlve to the incidence of 
Low Sundaj, when Easter (VIII. 
0) fell on April 25. 



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(B) 
Eogan, son of Aedh Mag 
TJidhir, and Flaitíibertach, 
his Bon and Oormac TJa Man- 
chain were slain after this in 
the same year (namelj, on 
the eve of the Feast of [Holy] 
OroBs). 



(A) 
Another attack was made 
by the sons of Philip Mag 
Uidhir on the sons of the 
same Aedh in Lurg^ and 
Eogan, son of Aedh Mag 
TJidhir, and Flaithbertach, 
his son and Cormac Ua Man- 
chaín were slain by them on that expedition (namely, on 
the eve of the feaet of [Holy] Cross [May 3]). 

Richard^ TJa Baighilligh junior died this year at the 
end of a month of Summer^. — ^A great hosting was made 
this year by TJa Domnaill, namely, Aedh the Bed, son of 
Niall TJa Domnaill, into the Lower [northem] part of 
Connacht And hostages of the Lower part of Connacht 
were received by him on that expedition and TJa Domnaill 
took the host of the Lower part of Connacht with him 
against [Upper] Mac William de Burgh,namely,Rícard, ^t^ 
oí Edmond de Burgh. And they went from that to [make] 
an attack on Clann-Bicaird. And the Machaire-ríabhach® 
and Baile-in-clair^, namely, the town of Mao WiUiam, 
were burned by them on that expedition. And Mac 
William and the Sil-Briain® overtook them and the son of 



[1469] 



^Maehgire'riabhach, — GreyPlain; 
barony of Clare, oo. Gkdway. 

^ Baih'in-clair, ^ Town o/ the 
pUsin; Claie-Gbdwaj. When, íd 
reflpoiue to the parifihioners, who, 
their petition set f orth, dailj mo- 
lested by the men of the woodj and 
moimtaisonBnation of those parts, 
were nnable to hear ihe dÍTÍne 
offioes and reoeÍTe Baoraments ac- 
cording to the Engliah rite of them- 
Belyee and their predeceesors, St. 
Nicholas oí Gtlway waa ereoted bj 
Innocent VIII. (Feb. 8, 1484) into 



a oolleglate ohnroh, the vicarage 
de Btileynclair-—Ql the annoal value 
of less than six marlu sterling — 
was annexed thereto. (Theiner, p. 
492.) Whenoe it may be inferred 
that, as they would hardly oonseut 
to have their residenoe made thns 
anoillary, the ClanricIcardB aban- 
doned the plaoe (in f avour of Dnn^ 
kellin) in oonaeqnenoe of the inroad 
of O'Donnell. 

« SiI-Briain.^See [1366], note 4, 
wpra. 



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bápc, T)o mafibab le clainn t>8heaair) a buficin blior5ain 
pi. — hlla 5cr6íwt 'oo eg in* blioBain |i, iT)on, fai jan 
uifiefbai'B*, i'oon, eogan 7 a mac, iT>on, eogan 6c. — ^hlla 
Ciana[i]n •005 in* blio^ain fi% iT>on, T^s, iT)on, fai 
fen6a[i]'5^ 7 fe|i ci^ ai'5e"5, afi* m-bfeié bua5a o T)onian 
7 o T)eiíion*. — niac an i^ShaBaifig, iT)on, pacfiais oj; 
SaUaif, T)o |abait le paiT^eSaitS 7 ngef ntif Lei€i-Ca6ail 
T)o gabail vo pacfiaig paic maitle fie ctmsnum hUi 
Meitt (iT)on^ eniii^) 7 mic Uibitin. Ocuf ajC iíiaifiT)0 
ShaBaifeCaitS T)o cuf af innaf ba5^ T)0it5. — Domnatt, mac 
bpiain, mic pitib, mic* in ^hitta t)Ui1P ÍHesUi'^if 
7 Sitta-1fu, mac Cofmaic, mic* gitta-lfu* hUi ptann- 
a5a[i]n, t>o mafba5 te ctainn CCe* íHhes Ui-^if 7 te 
íHuinnT^if-íllanÉain a pufiX/ OC5ai'5-int5if, 9* lCatenT)af 
Sepnmbfif'. — niaifspés, ingen pitib mic' in ^^^l'^^ 
T) u 1 b* íHes Ui-^if, iT)on, ben ÍHic ^il'l^-phinnein, iT)on, 
'Cai'55, mic Opjain lHic Jitta-phinnein, T^'heg* in* btia- 
•5ain fi'. — ^Tx)iffT)etba£, mac Cafeait 015 íHic íHasnufa 
íTles* Ui'5n\^ T)'e5 in* btia5ain fi'. — XxA^ T)ubfuitefi, 
mac THic CpaiC íHes Ui-^ip, t>o mapba* te ctainn CCe^a 
íHes Ui-^if in btia5ain fi'.— "OiapmaiT) bocc, mac 
"Ouinn Cafianaig mic*nia|nuf[a]* mes Ui^ip, obnT^. — 
Tomaf' ma[5] 850^0151 obiit". — 8eaan" bui'^e, mac 
Seaain moip mheg [C]fa[i]€, iT)on, comopba "Cepmoinn 
T)a15eo[i]5, T)'he5 ^^* btia^^ain [fi] 7 comopba t)o ^enum 
1 n-a ina5 t)0 "OhiapmuiT), mac mapcuif, mic muifif 
me5 [C]pa[i]«-. 

1469. '.ba,B. «•olies, B. ^ ^ |>en6tif— in W#tory, B. i-»=1883w>, 
°» after the first -Pimnein, B. ••»= 1394 «. 



• Ua Oadhra.^LoTá of GoolaTÍn 1 ><^ Achadh'inbhir. — lUld o/ thé 
(00. Sligo), F, M. I e9tmry; Ji^ghinTer, Loogh Eme, 



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TTa Conohobuir of Corcumruadh was slain by them. And [1*69] 
XTa Bomnaill went to his honse on that occasion with 
trínmph of víctory and rout — Bicard, son of Thomas de 
Burgh^ was slain by the Bons of John de Burgh this 
year. — ^TTa Gtedhra®, namely, an excellent man without 
defect, that is, Eogan, died this year, and his son, Damely, 
Eogan junior. — ^TJa Ciana[i]n, that is, Tadhg, namely, an 
eminent historian and a man that kept a guest-house, 
died this year after gaining yictory from world and from 
demon. — ^The son of the Savage, namely, Patrick Savage 
junior, was made prisoner by the Whites and lordship of 
Leth-Cathail was taken by Patríck White, witb the aid 
of Ua Neill (namely, Henry) and of Mac TJibilin. And 
as many as lived of the Savages were f orcibly expelled 
by them. — Domnall, son of Brían, son of Philip, son of 
the Black Gillie Mag XTidhir and GiUa-Isu, son of 
Cormac, son of QiUa-Isu Ua Flannaga[i]n, were slain by 
the sons of Aedh Mag Uidhir and by* tiie Muinter-Man- 
chain in the port of Achadh-inbbir^^ on the 9tli of the 
Ealends of September [Ang. 24]. — Margaret, daughter of 
Philip, son of the Black Gillie Mag Uidhir, name1y, 
wif e of Mao GiUa-Finnein, that is, of Tadhg, son of Brían 
Mao Gilla-Finnein, died this year. — Toirdelbach, son of 
Cathal Mac Maghnusa Mag Uidhir junior, died this year. 
Tadhg the Black-eyed, son of Mao Craith Mag Uidhir, 
was slain by the sons of Aedh Mag Uidhir, this year. — 
Diarmaid the Poor", son of Donn Cathanach Mac 
Maghnusa Mag Uidhir, died. — ^Thomas Mag Sgoloigi 
died. — John the Tawny, eon of John Mor Mag Craith, 
namely, Soperíor of the Termon of [St.] Dabeog, died this 
year and Diarmaid^^ son of Mark, son of Mauríce Mag 
Craith, was made Superíor in his stead. 



00. Fermanagh. 1 " Diarmaid, ete, — Same idiom as 

u Poor,— That íb, volimtarily. I in 1468, note 6, supra, 

? 2 



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lCat lan. 11. p., [L* acx.ui.',] CCnno T)omini m.** cccc.** 
1030.* Pilib mhos Ui'Biíi "00 05 in^ blia*ain pi, i-oon, mac 
'Comaif, mic pilib,mic OCe'Sa tiuai'5'*; iT)on% mac tjififiig 
fvob* peiifi •oeipc 7 T)aena£T; 7 fvob' peíifi •o'peti cogai* t>o 
Bi 1 n-a aimfiti 7 a^btip fii| pefi-ÍHanaS gan pfiafabfia 7 
A 94c aiiaile". — | Slaaige* mofi in blia5ain fi leif hUa Neill, 
i-Don, le" enfii, mac eogain b[tl]i' Neilf, a* Clainn- 
CCe*a-baiW a* cenn rHic UiBilin *fa"OuitJ-q[iian. Ocuf 
niac Ui-MeiU-bui'5e 7 Clann-0Ce'5a-bui'5e "do ^ul (xjt 
cfiei6 a|i íHac UiBilin 7 hUa Weill 7 íHac UiBilin vo 
biieiC ofifia 7 tJfioiT) T)o éabaifit" T)oiB' T)'a £eile' T)efier5' 
lai^ Ocuf biiifea5 0^1 Ctainn-CCe*a-bui'5e. Ocuf CCeft 
05, mac CCe^a bui'^e, vo gabail ann 7 íHac «uibne na 
caitle* 7 Goin fiua5 fHac Suibne T)0 gabait ann. CCíit;, 
mac "Oomnaitt cait hUi Neitt, t>o maiiba'5 ann 7 caif- 
T)et* SsaéDeiisi' t)o jabait T^o'n^* cufiuf fin T)*hUa Neitt^ 
7 a Cabaiiicataim íHio UiBitin T>'a fioimeT). Ocuf hUo* 
Meitt T>o TX)v|eafo T)ia'^ €i|' vo'w i:ufUf fin fo buai* 
cofgaifi 7* comai'^mi'. — pta'^ mofi a pefiaiB-niana£ an 
btia5ain fi, iT)on, CCifiains 7 hUa ptanna5a[i]n (iT)on^ 
Cofmac, mac' J^tta-lf u°0 'Cuoia-RaÉa T^'eg t)i 7 mopan 
aite na6 aifiíhTjef. — Cosa* mofi T)'eiii^ ecef hUa Neitt 
7 ctainn CCifiT; hUi Neitt in btia5ain fi^ 7 6tann CCifiX/ 
vo T)ut afi innafiba5 a 'Cfiian-Congait 7 Conn, mac CCer5a 
bui-^e, T)0 gabait teo a n-agai'^^ hUi NeitL— Coga^'mofi 
T)'eiii|i ecefi íHac Uibitin 7 Vnocs CCengufa 7 íTlas 
CCengUfa t)o bfieiC a £aetaai'5ecT:a a tei€-Caéait 7 coinne 

1470. >cm,A. «-flen,B. »^oe-,A. *0,B. «-wii'd,B. •^=1461»*. 
^TTles tlroifi 7 cnfiaile, B. o^ om., B. * om., A. • ari— on, B. 'htli 
UeúX, ad., B. w^ cegmcnl *o'a éeile t>oi6— and théy/eU in wiih one another 
(octif prf. to CCftc. ), B. »»■*» teif "hUa íí eiU •oo'n cu|itif pn— 6y íTa NeiU 
onthatexpedition,B. *Va,B. »-»=1444K « = 1392»». ^ oni., B. 

Ii70, ^Dubh'trian.'-Blachthird; | ^ Defeated, — JAtenllj, it waa 
anglioised Dufl'erin, a baronv in oo. I broken on the, eto. 
Down, weat of Strangford íioogh. I » -áeí^.— O'Neill. 



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Ealends of Jan. on 2nd feria, [26th of the moon,] a.d. 
1470. Philíp Mag TJídhir, namelj, son of Thomas, son 
of Philip, 8on of Aedh the Red, died this year : to wit, 
the son of a sab-kÍDg who was the best in charitj and 
homanitj and was the best man of battle that was in hís 
time and one that was to be king of Fir-Manach withont 
oppositíon and so on. — ^A great hosting [was made] this 
year by XJa NeiU, namely, Henry, son of Eogan TJa ííeill» 
into Clann-Aedha-boidhe, to join Mac Uibhilin in the 
Dubh-trian^ And [Conn] Mac-Ui-Neill-buidhe and the 
Clann-Aedha-buidhe went on a foray on Mac Uibhilin 
and Ua Neill and Mac Uibhilin otertook them and battle 
was given by them to each other at close of day. And 
the Clann-Aedha-buidhe were defeated^. And Aedh^ 
junior, son of Aedh the Tawny, was taken there and Mac 
Suibne of the Wood and Owen Mac Suibne the Red 
were taken there, Art, son of Domnall Ua Neill the 
Slender, was slain there and the castle of Sgathdergi was 
obtained on that expedition by Ua Neill and he gaTe it 
into possession^ of Míu) Uibhilin to keep it. And Ua Neill 
went to his honse f rom that expedition with triumph of 
victory and rout. — Qreat plague, namely, Airaing^, in Fir- 
Manach this year and Ua Flannaga[i]n (that is, Cormac, 
son of GiUa-Isu) of Tuath-Batha and many others that 
are not reckoned died thereof . — Qreat war arose this year 
between Ua NeiU and the sons of Art Ua Neill and the 
sons of Art went, after [their] expulsion, into Trian-Congail 
and Conn, son of Aedh the Tawny, took [sides]^ with them 
against Ua Neill. — Ghreat war arose between Mac Uibhilin 



[1470] 



* FóB9esnon. — literallj, hcaid, 
From itB flitiiation (on Sk6triok 
Idind, StraDgford Loogh), this 
casUe was of the ntmoet import- 
anoe to Mao QmUin (lCao Uibhi- 
lin) íor the retention of Dnfferio. 



^ ^fran^.—The meaning of this 
word i8 milmo'wn to me. 

• Took «dM.— That íb, biUeted 
them, imtil the opportonitj ahonld 
arise f or reinstating themselTee in 
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TH) gabail vo |ie íHac Uibilin. 1nnfoi5i'5 "00 'oenufn'' do 

B 89a íHac Uiblilin a\í íTlas CCengura i n-a ina5 coinne 7 

maiT)ni vo €aban[ic aifi*. Ocuf íHas CCengUfa" vo \jov 7 

7)0 sabail ann 7 a •oiar tnac t>o gabail ann, iT)on, bfiian 

7 Conn. Ocuf ni luga ina occ pi£ic th) majiba'B ifin 

mai'5m fin 7 caefiai'be^T; íTVes CCengUfa t)o cufi f ompo 

T)OiB. CCe* íHas CCenjUfa v'a leanrhuin 7 maiT)m vo 

éabaipx; t)o afi in Huto 7 Seimcin cafifiaS fHac Uibilin, 

T>o gabail leif 7 Seinicin f ua*, mac 'CeboiT) íHic Uibilin, 

T>o|abail ann 7 mofan t)0 sabail^T^o mafibaft ann. 

Ocuf comf uaf lucu'B^ t)o *5enum acoffia afi" na bfiai§T)ií 

fin, le6^ afi le€^ 7 fi€ t>o -^enum t>oi!5 7 ajiaile. 

(A) (B) 

Ctann CCipr hUi Weill 7 íHac hUi Weill t>o ma|i- 

clann bfiícnn 015 t>o toóc ba:6 on blioóain [fi], 1*60«, 



A 94d 



ofi innfoiji'6 a 'Ciii-eosain 
7 mac tli íleill t>o teosfhail 
an oitéi fin 1 X!x)b[van, iT>on, 
fltiai'ófvi htla íleill. Octif 
dann CCifvc 7 fliéc entvi t>o 
tote ptfn m-boile 'fon oi*ci 7 



Ruarófii, mac Cnfii, mic 
éo^ain, le clainn CCtfVC hUi 
MeiH 7 le flióc Cntw htli 
íleill a n$ hUi Chofifux a 
T>>t>fv&n 7 mofvon oile maUe 



mac hUi NeiLLT)o mafba'S Leo (iT)on*, a U15 hUi Cofipa 
*Ohot)íia[i]n**) 7 mofian eiLe na£ aifiiiíiT;efi f unn. 

SLuaige^ mofi t)o "^enum Leif hUa MeiLL (iT>on*, CnpiO 
a Cfiian-Con^a^i^L co mai€it> in CoiciT>uime: iT>on, hUa 
^omnaiLL 7 Pfi-fHanafi 7 Oifiefo-hUi-Cha€a[i]n 7 ITlac 
UiBiLin. Ocuf a m-be6 T^amaLL afv in® CoiLL-'i&afiai| 

1470. •-ugccó, A. 'lecté, B. "on, B. "íyicnT)m mofi 'do catxnfic 
le ÍTlac tlib[89a]ilin ofv Tna5CCen5Ufa--0^< défeat wa* in/lictedb^Mac 
Uibilin on Mag A$ngusa, B. » f^ein— AtVnM//— «d., B. »7, B. <>^= 1469 *»* 



' Tboib ?Us htrd». — ^For the pnr- 
poee of settling down in Lecale, 
aíter expelling Mao Qoillin. 

8 Leth'CaihaiL^Half of Cathal 



(who was fiíth in dosoent from 

Fiaohna, bI. 626[-7], tupra ; Book of 

Rights,^, 166) ; Lecale, oo.Down. 

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and Mao Aenghosa and Mac Aenghusa took his hesds^ into 1 1470] 
Leth-Caihail^ and he met with Mac XJibilin. Attack was 
made by Mac XJíbilin on Mag Aenghnsa in the place of 
meeting and defeat was inflicted on him. And Mag 
Aenghusa was in jored and captnred there and his two sons, 
namelv, Brian and Conn, were captured tbere. And not 
less than eight score were slain in that defeat and the 
herds of Mag Aenghusa were drÍTcn before them. Aedh 
Mag Aenghusa foUowed them and defeat was inflicted 
by him on the Route^ and Jenkin Carrach Mac Uibilin was 
captored bj him and Jenkin the Bed, son of Tibbot Mac 
TTibilin, was captored there and niany [more] were [some] 
captored and [some] slain thera And co-liberation was 
made between them respecting^^ those hostages, side for 
side, and peace was made by them and so on. 

(A) (B) 

The Bons of Art ITa Neill ThesonofUaNeill^namelj) 
and the sons of Brian jmiior Buaidhri, sonof Henry, son of 
came on an inroad into Tir- Eogan and many others with 
Eogain and the son of ITa himwere filainthÍ8yearbythe 
Neill, namely, Boaidhri Ua sons of Art Ua Neill and by 
Neill, airived ihat night in ihe desoendants of Heniy Ua 
Tobran. And the sons of Neill in the honse of Ua 
Art and the descendants of Oorra in Tobran. 
Henry ^^ went to the town in the night and the son of Ua 
Neill and many others not reckoned here were slain by 
them (namely, in the honse of Ua Corra of Dobran). 

A great hosting was made into Trian-Conghail by 
Ua Neill (namely, Henry), with the magnates of the 
Fifth aronnd him: to wit, Ua DomnaiU and the Fir- 
Manach and Oirecht-Uí-Cathain and Mac Uibillin. And 



mtiUmjmj slgiiifTmg the Mac i ^i iTeiir^.— 0*NeiU, ihe Turbu- 
Qnímiis, who«e temtory it waa. lent ; ob. 1392, ntpra. 
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05 TnilliU'5 afiCann 7 ag lorco^ dge^. Ocuf a n-'oul 
caipif afi pepfaiT) bona TiJuama 7 a n-Dul qiiT) in p-B- 
ba* 7 a ni-be€ 01*501 a^i in Riarc-rfiofi 7 a n-Dul aff^n co 
heDan-T)ubcaititi5i, iT)on, co baile Cuinn, mic CCe'5a 
bui-^e 7 a m-be€ va 01*561 ann. Ocuf Bnpi, mac'bjiiain 
ballaig hlli Meill 7 peif^jlimíi*], mac mic hlli Weill 
bui-^e 7 bpian, mac Meill ^hallra, t)o toÉt; afceac 
cum hlli MeilL Ocuf umla 7 pjvegtva T)'pa§ail do uaca 
uile 7 fi€ T)0 Sengal t)o arof f a 7' [THac] hllibitin^ Ocuf 
hlla* Meill t)o t)uI affin a Rinn-SiBne 7 a Be€ ann 
fie fealaT) ag lofca* ajvBa 7 nge^*. 

(A) (B) 

Octif^ mac CCeóa btii'óe, Octif inncog Dia baite fetn 

iT)on,0|\ian,T)ottilan-CCip,D Do'n cof^ fin pobtiaiDco|^ 

tlUrt 5ai|v 7 afiaite. 

7 cfiefia mofa do bfei€ teif a i^imceatt in c-ftuaig ifin 
PDba*. hUa Neitt do Dut te THac Uibitín a n-OCfiD 
tlta'5 7 a €e£c affin Dia baite fein. Conn, mac 000-5^ 
bui-^e 7 ctann CCift; hUi Meitt 7 fticT; enpi do €efo a 
'Cifi-eogain 7 cfieaca mofia do '^enum DoitS ap ctainn 
pheiE^ltimLee] hUi Meitr. 

RaitSitin' cafvfiac SatSaif 7 mac 8eoa[i]n SaBaif do 

1470. ».i'ó,A. 



^ CoiU-ichtaraeh, — Lotcer toood ; 
Eilleiter, bar. of Looghinsholin, 
in aonth west of oo. Derr^. 

»'Pfl«»— 2\*am. — Ferwirf Buna- 
l^tma; Cf. the TriparHte(P. L): 
*'Patriok went from the territorj 
of Dal-Araide [westwardsl orer 
FertaÍB-Tnamma to Ui-Tuirtri." 
The oozresponding plaoe in the 
Book of Armagh ia : Venit rero 
aanotuB per Doim [Tnaim] in regi- 
onea Tnirtri, ad Oollnnt [Slieve- 
Gallion] Patrioii (foL 166). The 



plaoe intended íb, in all probabiIity, 
Toome Brídge on the Lower Bann 
(Adamnan, p. 53). 

^ Edan'dúbcairg%,^Brou> of the 
black roch ; Edendnffoarrioh (now 
Shane*8 Caatle; two miles from 
Bandálstown, on the northem ahore 
of Longh Neagh, oo. Antrím) ; the 
residenoe of O'Neill of Clannaboj. 

^Henr^, — Brother of Hugh 
O'Neill the Tawnj, and, oonae- 
qnentlj, nnole of Conn and Brían. 

" Ua iV^eftf .— ProbaWy, the Hngh 



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they were a while at the Coill-ichtarach/* destrojing crops 
and buming honses. And they went across at the Pass 
at the mouth of Tuam ^ and went through the Fidhbadh 
ajid were a night on the Eiasc-mor and went f rom that to 
Edan-dubcairgi,^* namely, to the town of Conn, son of 
Aedh the Tawny, and were two nights there. And 
Henr^,^*^ son of Brian XJa Neill the Freclcled and Feidh- 
limpdh] grandson of [Aedh] Fa Neill ^^ the Tawny and 
Brian, son of Niall [TJa Neill] the Foreign, went to submit 
to XJa Neill. And obedience and homage was got by him 
from them all and peace was established by him between 
them and Mac UibiUin. And XJa NeiU went f rom that 
into the [Island of) Einn-Sibhne and was there for a space, 
buming crops and houses^ 

(A) (B)" 

And the son of Aedh the And he returned to his 
Tawny, namelyy Brian, own town from that circuit 
went^ into the Ard of with triumph of victory 
niidia and large p>eys and so on. 
were carried ofi by him aroimd the host into the Fidh- 
badh. XJa NeiU proceeded with Mac Uibillin into the 
Ard of Ulidia and went^® from that to his own town. 
Conn» son of Aedh the Tawny and the sons of Art Fa 
Neill and the sept of Henry went into Tir-Eogain and 
great foray8 were done by them on the sons of Feidhlimidh 
Ua Neill. 

Baibilin ^ Carrach Savage and the son of John Savage, 



[1470] 



named ín the previouB note. 

» (JB),— ThÍB precis it wiU be 
seen, ie at total Tarianoe with the 
oríginal. 

^ WeiU, 0tc.~~lt being fatile to 
gÍTe battle to the snperior foroes of 
theinTaders, Brian went before 
them and broiight all the oattle of 
Aid bj a oiroQÍtons ronte into 
Clannaboj. Heanwhile, Conn pro- 



oeeded to reinstate the sons of Art 
{cf. thef onrth entrj ) and ndd a terri- 
torj nnder the proteotion of O'NeiU. 

*• Went, etc, — As he made no at- 
temptto aasist or aTenge hÍB Idnaman 
and Tassal, it m&j be oonolnded that 
he oroesed the Upper Bann and 
prooeeded straight to Dnngannon. 

^BaihhiHn, — ^The natÍTO dimina- 
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•5ul ap fiBal oi'Bíi a Lei€-Ca€ail 7 z^z T)oib a cimcetl 
an n§i a fioibe in Sheinifsal, i-oon, poqiais Paic 7 e 
pein 7 ciiiT) 'o'a bf\ai€|iiB th) gabait T)OitS 7 mac in 
T;-8haBaifiS> iT)on, pactiaig 05, T)*pa|ait t)OiÍ ap na 
bjiaiéDib fin. Ocuf Lei€-Ca6ait 7 feinifsatafo ^att 
Utoft T)o íabaific t)o mac in c-8hallíaifi§ afvif'. — ^hUa* 
T3oninaitt t)o T)tit, ftua^, co bet-a€a-Conaitt a coinne 
hUi flai|itti| 7 imfiuasa* vo bei€ crcoíif a. Ocuf mac 
CCe-Sa hUi tlai|itti| (iT)on', 6manT)0 t)o mafba* ann 
7 mac in efpuic hUi S^ttcobaifi vo mafboB ann T)0*n 
te[i]é aiti 7 ei6 7 T)aine t)o mafba5 ann^ OciJf hUa 
T3omnaitt vo tx)ít; T)ia ci§ T)o'n uif Uf fin. 



(A) 
ClaTm CCific htli WeiU t)0 
tetc ofv coiltob 8ila-bai'6ill 
7 ofv 'óonnpieé a fepxxmn fem 
7 qfieaóa mofia T)o T^entim 
T)oib of. damn htli íleill. 



(B) 
"Oa moc OCifu; htli íleill 
t)0 mafitxr6 on bliaóom [fi], 
iT)on, Onfu 7 bfiion, le ctomn 
htli Heill, iT)on, le donnn 
Cnfii, mic Oo^am. 



Ctann hUi Meitt vo "But afi cuafxrugu'B pa £eannTKifi 
Sita-bai-Sitt 7 ctann CCific^ctann bfiiain 015 t)o íe^mait 
T)Oib a nmceatt in CC€a-tea€ain. Ocuf ctann hUi Meitt 
T)o bpife'5 afv ctainn CCific 7 maiT)m mófv t)0 €abaifir 
A96a pofifia. Ocuf Bnfii, I mac CCifvr hUi Meitt, vo mafibcrB 
ann, iT)on, fai cinn-peT)na 7 pefi vo bi tan T)'ai€ne 7 
T)'einea6 7 vo T)efic 7 t)0 T)aena6c Ocuf a bfiaéaifi aite 
T)o mafiba* cmn, iT)on, bfiian, mac CCifii: hui Meitt. 
Ocuf 'Coififv5eatt5a6 fiua*, mac bfiiain 015 hUi Meitt 7 
mofian T)'a bfiaiéfiiB'* vo' mafiba* ann'. 



1470. P acoti|ia— 6«<uwn £Aem, B. 
B. ' alter í4eiU% B. 



<»"tncnlle|iif — along with him — ad., 



^ TF%»7e.— See the seTentli entrj 
of 1469. 

»^úAop. — Lanrence O'Galla- 
gher ; saoceeded to Raphoe before 



1469; ob. 1477. BeeWm, Bithopt^ 
p. 240j O'D. ÍT. 1069. 

^Ath-Uathan. — Broad ford\ 
whenoe Baiit'^itha'Uathain (town 



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wont on a night march into Leth-Cathail and they 1470] 
came around the house in which was the Seneschal 
Damely, Patrick White^ and himself and some of his 
kinsmen were taken by them. And the son of Savage, 
namelyy Patrick junior, was obtained by them for those 
hostages. Leth-Cathail and the seneschalty of the 
Foreigners of Flster were given to the son of Savage 
again.— Ua DomnaiU went, [with] a host, to Bel-atha- 
ConaiU to encoanter Fa BaighiUigh and there was an 
engagement between them. And the son of Aedh TJa 
BaighiUigh was slain there, and, on the other side, the son 
of the bishop *^ XJa GaUcobair was slain there, and horses 
and persoDS were kiUed there. And Fa DomnaiU went 
[in triumph] to his house on that occasion. 

(A) (B) 

The sons of A.rt Ua NeiU Two sons of Art Ua NeiU, 
went to the woods of SU- namely, Henry and Brian, 
BaidhiU and to the fortress were slain in this year by 
of their own territor^ and the sons of Ua NeiU, that is, 
great forays were done by by the sons of Henr^, son of 
them on the sons of Ua NeiU. Eogan. 
The sons of Ua NeiU went to reconnoitre towards this side of 
SU-BaidhiU and the sons of Art and the sons of Brian junior 
met with them around Ath-leathan.^ And the sons of 
Ua NeiU overcame ^ the sons of Art and inflicted great 
defeat upon them. And Henry, son of Art Ua NeiU, was 
slain there : to wit, an exceUent leader and a man that was 
fnU of knowledge and of hospitaUty and of charity and 
of humanity. And his other brother, Brian, son of Art 
Ua NeiU, was slain there. And Toirdelbach the Red, son 
of Brian Ua NeiU junior and many of his kinsmen were 
slain there. 



of tbe broad ford), Balljlahan (oo. | ** Sons,—overcame.—lÁteníly, It 
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hUo* MeiU 7a clann •oo •5ul po caiflen clainni CCific, 
iwn, caiflen na-hOgmai'6e^^. eojan' hlla ^Ocwnnaitl 7 
clann Meíixnn hlli ^Oomnaill th) gabail le clainn OCifica 
n-agai'5 hUi MeilU — CfieaSa mofia vo vemm th) clainn 
phei['6]lm[€e] hUi Meitt afi ctainn TíluiticefVTxiil' 015 
hUi MeitL Sper'Do •5enum t)0* ctainn ÍHtiiticeíiTOig* 015 
B83b afi ctainn pei['5]lim[€e]' 7 Seaan, | mac pei^tim^íe] 
7 pei'5tinii'5 05, mac pei'5tim€e, vo niafiba'5 teo, iT)on, 
T)a bai\|iai| a pine -pein 'mun am fin. Ocuf mac aite 
T)'pei'5tini[i'5] T^'eg 'pa fe6t:nriuin ceuna, iT)on, Miatt hUa 
MeitL — Cfieafirf' mofia vo T^enuni T)0 Conn, mac CCe*a 
bui'^e, afi ctainn pei'5tim[€e] hUi MeitL' — THac "Oonn- 
Éai* in Chofuxinn, iT)on, bfiian, mac Txn-Sg ÍHic "Oonn- 
cai-S, vo mafiba* te' Zocb^ mac bfiiain ÍHic T)onn6ai'5% a 
Tx^fiai-^eafic cfiei6e 7 a mac vo mafibcrt onn, iT)on, OCe'5. — 
Ruai^fii hUa hea§pa^\ iT)on, mac hU[iJ eagfia bui-^e, t)o 
nnafiba'5 te mac Tílic *Oonn£ai'5 in Chofiainn, iT)on, te 
TíluificefiTxifi, mac Txn-^s Tílic *Oonn£ai'5. — 8eaan, mac 
*Oomnaitt battai| Tíles Ui'^ifi, t)0 majiba* te fluai'5fii, 
mac bfiiain, mic pitib Tíles Ui'5ifi, pfiiT)ie' lT)up 
CCpfiitip'.— Ctann* 'Oonnfiai*, mic OCe^a Tíles Ui^ip 7 
ctann Cofimaic, mic CCe'5a cex^na, t)o '^enum cjiei6i ap 
CoÉat 05 TílacTnalnupa a Rinn-CCipig'.— ^OiafxmaicTTlac 
Tnacgamna obiii: 6 lT)up CCppitip'. — Cacefipina^ insin 
Concubaip moip Tneg Uat[§]aip5" bean •OiapmoT^a 
Tíles [C]pa[i]€, mopirup^'. 

lCaL lan. 111. p., [L' uii.%] CCnno ^Oomini Tn.' cccc. 
taíx.^1." 

1470. 'o-tntii-, A. "-•DTict, A. "tíalTi«5 (phonetío form of tíalé 
aiTi5),A. •mic — o/ the m», prf., B. *le— íy, B. ««=1394 

'motvTma epc, B 

1471. •• =1461»*. 

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ANNAL3 OF ULSTER. 237 

Ua Neill and hís sons went agaínst the castle of the [1470] 
sons of Art, nameljr, the castle of the Oghmadh. Eogan 
Ila Domnaíll and the sons of Nechtain XJa Domnaíll took 
[sides] with the sons of Art against Fa NeiU. — Great 
forajs were made by the Bons of Feidhlioiidh XJa Neill on 
ihe sons of Muircertach XJa Neill junior. A [night] attack 
was madeby the sons of Muircertach junior on the sons of 
FeidUimidh, and John, son of Feidhlimdh and Feidhlimidh 
junior, son of Feidhlimidh, namely, two heads of their own 
ilk during^ that time, were slain by them. And another 
son of Feidhlimidh, namel^, Niall Fa Neill» died in 
the same week. — Great forays were done ^ by Conn, son 
of Aedh the Tawny, on the sons of Feidhlimidh Fa Neill. — 
Mac Donnchaidh of the Corann, ndmely, Brian, son of 
Tadhg Mac Donnchaidl^ was slain by Tadbg, son of 
Brian Mac Donnchaidh, in pursait of a prey, and his son, 
namely, Aedb, was slain in it — Baaidhri XJa hEaghra, 
namely, son of Fa hEaghra the Tawny, was killed 
by the son of Mao Donnchaidh of the Corann, 
namely, by Muircertach, son of Tadhg Mac Donnchaidh. — 
John, son of Domnall Mag XJidhir the Freckled, was 
killed by Buaidhri, son of Brian, son of Pbilip Mag 
XJidhir, on the 2nd of the Ides [12th] of ApriL— The sons 
of Donchadh, son of Aedh Mag XJidhir and the sons of 
Cormac, son of the same Aedh, made a foray on Cathal 
Mac Maghnusa junior in Binn-Airigh. — ^Diarmait Mac 
Mathgamna died on the 6th of the Ides [8th] of April. — 
Catherine, daughter of Concubar Mor Mag XJal[gh]airg, 
wif e of Diarmaid Mag Craith, dies. 

Kalends of Jan. on 3rd feria, [7th of the moon,] a.d. [1471] 
1471. 



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(A) (B) 

Coiften í\a hOJmai'óe th) Ccnflen na hO^aiJe vo 

gabail leif htla Weill in gabail leif htla Heill in 

blio^in fi, i'Don, le h6np,i, blioróain fi, iT>on, le hOnfii, 

mac 6osain. Octif if amlait mac Oo^ain, af\ cloinn CCipx; 

fo 'DO 5aba:6 e : iT)on, ctimttfc hUi Heill. 

T)o€abaifvi: vo clainn hU[i] Weill 7 vo clatnn CC\\íz v'a 
Éeile a r-TX)fti6 an §eimfii'6, muti to fiomainn annfo. 
Ocuf bfiife* afi clcnnn CCí\íz 7 tki mac OCifit; t)0 maf ba* 
ann 7 mo|ian aile leo. Ocuf clcmn h[U]i Meilt vo 'oul 
af fin a i^imceall an caiftein 7 hUa Meitt t)o éefit; cuca. 
Ocuf 8ite, ingen Meitt gaifib Ui *Oomnaitt, bean Meitt, 
mic OCifir U[i] Meitt, vo be€ if^n 6aiften 7 Míatt pein 7 in 
A 96b ÉU1T) aite T)'a bf\aiífiiíl | t)0 'But 1 cenn U[i] TDomnaitt 7 
Conattafi. Ocuf hUa Neitt t)o bei€ pcc^n cctiften o 
cuf an geimfii'B co vejieh efifvai§. Ctann OCfic vo íeÉc 
ofxeÉ cum Ui Meitt 7 in caiften vo íabaifiT; vo 7 hUa 
Meitt T)*a éabaifit; T>'a mac f^ein, iT)on, vo Conn 7 e pein 
T)'imue& T)ia €i§ fo buai-B cof^aifi 7 comai'feme 7 afiaite. 

8tuaiSe'5** mófv in bticrBain fi te ÍHac Uittiom bufic 
a n-1foafv Connafo t)0 cumnum te mac bfiiain hUi Con- 
cobuifi 7 T)ut T)oib po caiften Stigi'fi 7 ctann eogain hUt 
Concobuifi T)o beé 1 cenn Ui *Oomnaitt 7 T)omnatt, mac 
eogain, vo T)ut V« coiften. Ocuf uofi in T)Ofiu[i]f vo 
bfiif^ te ÍHac Uittiom 7 fi€ t)o T>enum T)Oib. — TiJfiian- 
Conéccit uite t)o gatíait te Conn, mac CCe^a bui'Be, in 
bticr5ain fi 7 a zeíz afzeZ Suige, iT)on, mac hUi Meitt 7 
íTlac UiBitin ^Cnfii, mac bfiiain Battaig. — Coja'B mofi 
in bticrSain fi a n-[U]ití-pait5i euefi hUa Concobuifi 7 

U71. «^»»0111., B. 

1471. ^A»—here.—lÁtGnMj,asit 1 ^Mac William.—Ot CÍBxaiotaxá, 
ié before w here (eighth entrj of I ' Son. — Borj (Roghraidhe), 80n 
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(A) 

Thecastle of tlie Oghma- 
gh was takeQ this jear by 
Ua NeiU, namelj, by Henry, 
son of Eogan. And it is 
thns it was taken : to wit, 



(B) 
The castle of Oghmagh 
was taken this year by Ua 
Neill, namely, by Henry, 
son of Eogan, from the sons 
of ArtUaNeiU. 
an encounter was given by the sons of Ua NeiU and by 
the sons of Art to each other, ín the beginning of the 
Winter, as narrated before here.^ And the sons of Art 
were defeated and two sons of Art and niany others with 
them were slain therein. And the sons of Ua NeiU went 
from that round the castle and Ua NeiU came to them. 
And Sile, danghter of Niall Ua DomnaiU the Rongh, wife 
of NiaU, son of Art Ua NeiU, was in the castle, NiaU him- 
self and the other part of his kinsmen having gone to join 
Ua DomnaiU and the ConaUians. And Ua NeiU was 
beneath the castle from the beginning of Winter to the 
end of Spring. The sons of Art [then] submitted to Ua 
NeiU and the castle was given to him and Ua NeiU gave 
it to his own son, namely, to Conn and he himself went 
to hÍH honse wíth triumph of victory and rout and so on. — 
A great hosting [was made] this year by Mac William^ de 
Burgh into the Lower [northem] part of Connacht, to aid 
the son' of Brian Ua Conchobuir and they went against 
the casile^ of SUgech and the sons of Eogan Ua Concho- 
buir were [gone] to join Ua DomnaiU, but** DomnaU, son of 
Eogan, went into the castle. And the f ortifícation of the 
door was broken down by Mac WiUiam and [then] peace 
was made by them. — ^Trian-ConghaiP was aU [re-]taken 



[1471 



* Coitle.'-'li was taken the pre- 
TÍODB jear by O^Donnell from the 
DomnaU (O'Gonor Sligo) herc 
mentioned. The present entry 
áhowB that it was giyen baok f or 



the ▼aloables then exacted (inclnd- 
íng Lebar na hUidhri). 

4» ^M^.— Litenilly, and. 

^ Trian' C<mghail — See the dxth 
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Zocb^ hUa Concobuitv. Ocuf ZcA^ th) ^ul a cenn Sall 
7 fluag 5aU vo bfieií leif a n-[tl]ití-pail§i 7 ini^iíi t)0 
fiiilliu'5 T)oitS co leiji. — lajila Cille-Dafia 7 ^ailt na 
ÍHi'Se vo t)enuni innfoig[c]i a pepn-tiiuigi 7 cjieca mofia 
•00 •Senum a^i ÍHas íílaésamna. Ocuf Tílag Tílaé- 
Samna vo rinol a nf e 7 aifgci 7 loifcéi mojia 7 áf 
'oaine "00 €abaifr af JallaiB 'oo, a n-Di^ail na cfeac 
fin*l — ÍHuifcefcac, mac eogain htli Neilt, T)'he5 in 
btioBain fi^ 



(A) 
In-Dfoijit no T>6ntifn vo 
bfiian, mac phei[*]liin[te] 
hUi RaiéilliJ, 1 Clainn-in- 
éaió ofv Pefvgal, mac Sheaoin 
hUi HoiJilliJ 7 cp^óa T>o 
ctjfv fiompo T>oib. OcafPeii- 
gal T)o b|veit ofVfva 7 imfvtia- 
50* T)o beé acofvpa. OctJf 
Cotaifv, mac IfViaiU mic 



(B) 
Ca6ai|v, mac Ipioil, mic 
Phei*líni[ee] htli tlaijillij, 
T>o mofvba^ le pefv^al, mac 
^oin hUi RaiSiUiJ, a c6- 
noróeác cfveiói t>o fvinneó le 
Ofvian, mac pei'6lfm[te] htli 
^iéittié, afv pefvsal 7 pep- 
Jal fein t>o gabail on la 
cema le bpian. 



phei'Btimííe], vo mafiba* ann 7 pefvgat T)0 gabait T)o'n 
caib aiti. 

Ruai'Bfvi, mac 'Oonncai'5, mic CCe*a ÍHes tli'fiifi, t)o 
mafvba'5 te Cotla, mac OCe'Ba ÍHes Ui'Biiv 7 te n-a ctainn 
ag cefi ÍHeg [C]fvai€ i^ n-CCttT;-fvuai'5in t T^efimonn. 
Ocuf *Oonn£a'5 05, mac 'Oonncai'^, mic CCe5a íTlastli'^ip, 
t>o tenmuin Cotta 7 Cotta t>o mapba5 t)o* 7 a mac t)o 

1471. ' a. B. • om., B. ^ leif — 6y Aím, B. 



• They—fUm. — Literall j, their 
comingnUo Ait houu to him [took 
plaee]. The proleptio pomesÚTe is 
a natiTe idiom. 

7 Son.—BnBii, son of Niall the 
Foreign (i^. anglioiaed). 

^Kildare, — Thomaa, soTenth 
Earl, deputj of the Dake of Glar- 
ence, 1468-76. Qilbert, Viceroy8t 
p. 394 sq. 



• Fem - motgh, — Alder - pUtin ; 
anglioiaed Famej (oa Monaghan). 
See O'DonoTan's note, ít. 1074-6. 

" C/««n-m-catc*.— See 1377, note 
8, supra, 

"ifl/£-nkicíWi». — The F. M, 
mÍBread Alt - Ruaidhri ; whioh, 
O'DonoTan erroneooalj adda, ia 
the form in the A text 

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thÍ8 year by Conn, son of Aedh the Tawny, and they [1471J 
came and snbmítted to him,® namely, the son^ of XTa 
Neill and Mao Uibhilin and Henry, son of Brian the 
FrecUed. — Great war this year in Offaly between Fa 
Concoboir and Tadhg Fa Concobuir. And Tadhg went 
to meet the Foreigners and took a host of Foreigners with 
him into Ofialy and the coimtry was entirely de8troyed 
by them. — The Earl of Kildare^ and Ihe Foreigners of 
Meath made an inroad into Fem-magh^ and great forays 
were done by them on Mag Matligamna. And Mag 
Mathgamna mustered his coimtry and great spoiling and 
bumings and slaughter of persons were inflicted on the 
Foreigners by him, in revenge of those foray8. — Muir- 
certach, son of Eogan Fa Neill, died this year. 
(A) (B) 

An inroad was made by Cathair, son of Irial, son of 
Brian, son of Feidhlim[idh] Feidhlim[idh] Ua Baighil- 
ITa BaighiUigh, into Clann- ligh, was slain by Fergal, son 
in-caichi<^ on Ferghal, son of of John Ua Baighilligh, in 
John Ua Baighilligh and pursuit of a prey that was 
preys were drÍTen in front of made by Brian, son of Feidh- 
thembythem. AndFerghal lim[idh] Ua Baighilligh, on 
oTertook them and there was Ferghal and Ferghal himself 
an encounter between them. was taken the same day by 
And Oathair, son of Irial, son Brian. 
of Feidhlim[idh], was slain therein and Fergal was made 
prisoner by the other side. 

Buaidhri, son of Donchadh, son of Aedh Mag XJidhir, 
was killed by CoUa, son of Aedb Mag Uidhir and by his 
Bons, at the house of Mag Craith in Alt-madhin," in the 
Termon. And Donchadh junior, son of Donchadh, son of 
Aedh Mag XJídhir, pursued CoUa and Oolla was killed by 
him and his son was killed along with him on themorrow, 
in the same place, through vengeance^^ of God and 

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242 ccMMCcla ulorofí. 

fnaíibcr5 papif' in la afi natííafia6 ifin ina* ceT^na, 
q\e'innecu'5 T)é 7 T)abeo[i]5 im fxxíiugu'5 in T^etimuinn'. 
— Sluaga-b** do 'Benam lei^ hUa Weill a 'Ciíi-bfierail 7 
Tifi-biieiHiil uile T)0 lorca* leif . Ocuf mac íii| 'Chijie- 
ConaiU uile 7 clann CC\\iz hlli Weill t>o bjieié aip. 
Ocuf hUaWeill vo zecz va r;i§ -oo'n rupuf fin po buai-D 
cofgaif 7 comai'Biíie^ — ÍHas Ui'Bif, ii)on, 'Comai* 05, 
mac 'Comaif VOe^ Ui'&ip, vo cuf a cigefnatf 'oe af'jíurS 
A 95c •Qe', aji cai€itíi upmoif a aifi f e 'oef c 7 | p e T)aenacT: 7 
tie cennuf-peDna 7 f e f eicetíinuf coiccenn vo TximaiB 7 
T)'eiEfi6 Bfienn. Ocuf d§ej[inuf pef-ÍHanac vo éabaifir 
T)'a mac, iT)on, T)'emonn tTlas tli*5if 7a mac aile T^'pas- 
baili'n-a canuifci aji pefaiB-íTlanac, iT)on, *Oonnccr5 
7 mac aile a n-efpucoiT)* Cloíaif , iT)on, Hofa. 

(A) (B) 

Gmonn, mac efptiic Clo- CCi|iciT>eo6ain ClocaiiiT)'he5 

óaifv, iT>on, efpuc Piapaf, m bliaúain [fi] : iT)on, emonn, 

neoé T)o bi 1 n-a aif.ciT)eo6ain fnac Piapaif efpaic ; neo6 

1 Cloéafi 7 1 n-a pep,fun 71 t)o bi 1 n-a aip6iT)eocain a 

n[-a] aipT)Ci5efina 1 Clain- Cloótip, 7 1 n-a pefifun 7 1 

inif — [»p fubalcaé, foófvai'ó, n-a aipT)i:i5ep,na a Clain- 

T)eginnfsnec— T)'e5 in blia- inif 7 apaile. 
'Sain fi, 18 lCalenT)af ÍHan. Ocuf T)ob' e fin T3omna6 
Cafs in can f in. 

eCe^, mac bpiain, mic pilib na cuai'5e^ íTles 
Ui'^ip, T)'he5 16** lCalenT)af mapcn^ — SaiíipcA'* ze in 
blia'Sain fi. — Caii^ilín^ in^en SiUa-1fu 015 mic ^hiUa- 
•5uiB, iT)on, bean eogain hUi "Ohalaig, T^'heg a Bampa* 
na btia'5na [fa]^ — 'Ca'^g hUa ConcuBaip, iT)on, macin 

1471. '-fbtisoiT), A. '-igi, B. •^om., A. "f. m. (under T)e), t. 
h., A ; om., B. »om., A. *»•*»= 1394 ". The ^aTtipcró ifl irfter thercr^ 
entrj and firat on 89o, B. 

^*OftJieTemwn,-'SeelZ96,8upra 1 ^* /ríngf.— O'Donnell. 
and the ref erenoea there given. I " Bttí.— liiterallj, and. 



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of [StJ Dabeog, íbr the profanation of the Termon.i^— [1471] 
A hosting was made by Fa Neill into Tir-Bresafl and all 
Tir-Bresail was burned by him. And the sons of the 
king ^* of aU Tir-Conaill and the sons of Art XTa NeiU 
oyertook him. But ^ TJa NeiU went to his house from 
tbat expedition with triumph of victorj and rout. — ^Mag 
Uidhir, namely, Thomas junior, son of Thomas Mag 
Uidhir, put his lordship from him for love of God, af ter 
spending the greater part of his life in charity and in 
humanity and in leadership and in general protection to 
the [bardic] bands and to the erudite of Ireland. And 
lordship of Fir-Manach was given to his son, namely, to 
Edmond Mag Uidhir and another son, namely, Donchadh, 
was left as tanist over Fir-Manaoh and another son, 
namelyy Bosa,^® in the bishopric of Clochar. 
(A) (B) 

Edmond, son of the bishop The archdeacoa of Clochar 
of dochar, namely, bishop died this year : namely, Ed- 
Pierce^^ one who was arch- mond, son of bishop Pierce ; 
deacon in Clochar, and par- one who was archdeacon in 
son and head lord in Claen- Clochar and parson andhead 
inis — a Tirtuoup, a£[able, lord in Claen-inis and so on. 
good-natured man — died this year on the 18th of the 
Ealends of May [April 14]. And that was Easter 
Sunday ^^ that time. 

Aedh, son of Brian, son of Fhílip Mag Uidhir o f t h e 
[battle-]axe, died on the 16th of the Ealends of 
March [Feb. 14]. — A hot Summer this year. — Elathleen, 
daughter of GiUa-Isu Mac GiUa-duibh jimior, namely, 
wife of Eogan Ua Dalaigh, died in the Summer of this 
year. — ^Tadhg^* Ua Conchubair, namely, son of the 



^< i2o«a.— Conseorated in 1449, 
tupra; died, 1483,tn/ra. 
''Pí«rí!f. — See 1450, note 12, 

9upra, 



1» Easter 5ttiMÍay.— This is cor- 
rect,— IX. F. 

^^Tadhg, ete.— See the fourth 
entrj of the present jear. 
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ChalBai^, inic íllupcai'5 hlli ConSuBaiii, i-Don^ fai 6inii- 
pea^na^ 'o'heg an** blioBain fi**^ — Clann* ^aifne, iwn, 
ConSubap . . . , th) gaCail le bfiian fiuaft, mac Caéail 
hlli RaigiUig 5U maiéitS a 8aTh|\a'5 na blia^na fo 7 a 
leigin amac in blia-Sain £e7)na gan puaflagaB^ — • . . 
philippi^ ez lacobi, CCnno TDomini 1471*. 

B89c[b.] ]CaL1an. 1111. p. [L*acuiii.*,] OCnno T3omini Tíl. 0000."* 
Ixx.* 11.** ©monn ÍHaj Ui'5iíi T)o piga'B a^ pepaitS-ÍHanac 
an blia^ain fi. — ÍHaésamain, mac 'Coipp'oelbaig hUi 
bjiiain, 'D'hej an" bliccBain fi°, iwn, ranufi^i^ 'Cua^- 
mhuman. — tluai'5fi, mac magnufa** hUi Caea[i]n% 
(i'oon', hUa Caca[i]nO i-oon', fai cinn-pe&ana", "oo maíi- 
boD a peall* le mac Uibilin, iT)on, le 8einicin capfac 
mac Uibilin.— Sluasat •00" T)enum° le Conn, mac CCe*a 
bui'Be hUi Meill 7 te SofWí^í^^B ^^^ Ca€a[i]n, iT)on% 
T^epbfaéaiíi vo Ruai'Bfi*, T)ocum in Ruto t)0 'Bigoil^ 
mic hUi* Ca€a[i]n (iT)on, Ruai'Bjii') ojipa". Ocuf im- 
f uagaT) vo be[i]c acopp a 7 S^ÍWCííS ^^^ Ca€a[i]n t)0 
maf ba-B T)'en Uf cuf T)o §a la Ru^ai'Be mac Uibilin: 
iT)on, pep T)o bi lan T)'einec 7 t^o^* 'bepc 7 t)o cennuf- 
peT^na** in S^fffail fin. 1nT)foi§i'5 t)o ^enam in la ap 
naiíiafac vo mac CCe'Ba bui-Be a\í in Ruca 7 maiT)m mop 
T)o íabaifT; vo oppa 7 mac Uibilin* vo mafiboB ann, 

1471. *-* 9db, t. m. ( the exoÍBÍon of which makeB the item imperfeot), 
t. h., A ; om., B. J-J 95o, t. m. (opening of entrj was on cnt-awaj part), 
n. t. h., A ; om., B. 

1472. ' conifc, A. ' ueiU (u Í8 the phonetio form of fí), A. • woj-, 

A. *tliT>i-,A. •* = 1461 »*. *»a|i— orcr,B. <«om.,B. dom.,B. •i'oon, 
tnac niagnufa hUi Cata[i]n — narmlj/^son of Maghnua Uh C7aMa[t]n~ad. , 

B. " itl., t. h., A ; hlía Catoin, iT)on, text after Tltiai'óirii, B. w Rtiai'ÓTxi 
hUi Cata[i]n, text, B. The words in ( ) are itl., t h., A. >»•»» •o'esniini— 
ofprowett, B. 



'0 í?/aíjntf.— 0'Eeil]y, l thirteenth entry of 1490, infra. 

«' rAoma#.— SuppHed írom the I ^ PhiUp, rt<?.— The erased part. 



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Galbacli, son of Murchadh CTa Conchubair, namely, an [H71] 
eminent leader, died this year. — The sons of GIaÍ8ne,2<> 
namelj, Concubhar [and Thomas^^], with [otherjmagnates, 
were c&ptured by Brian the Red, son of Catbal Fa Baig- 
hiUigh, in the Summer of this jear and they were set free 
the same year without ransom. — . . [on the feast of SS.] 
PhiKp 22 and James, a.d. 1471. 

Xalends of Jan. on 4th feria, [18th of the moon,] a.d. [1472 B.] 
1472. Edmond Mag Uidhir was made kÍDg in Fir- 
Manach this year — MathgamaÍD, son of Toirdelbach XJa 

Briain, namely, tanist of Thomond, died this year 

Ruaidhri, son of Maghnus Ua Catha[i]n, (that is, [tbe] 
Ua Catha[i]n) namely, an eminent leader, was slain in 
treachery by Mac Uibilin, namely, by Jenhin Carrach 
Mao Uibilin. A hosting was made by Conn, son of Aedh 
Ua NeiU the Tawny, and by Godfrey Ua Catha[i]n, 
namely, brother of Ruaidhri, to the Route,^ to avenge the 
son of Ua Catha[i]n (namely, Ruaidhri) upon them. And 
there was an encounter between them and Godírey Ua 
Catha[i]n was slain with one cast of a javelin by Eugh- 
raidhe Mac Uibilin : to wit, a man that was eminent in ^ 
ho6pitality and in charity and in leadership [was] tbat 
Godfrey. An inroad was made on the morrow by [Conn] 
son of Aedh the Tawny on the Boute and great defeat 
was inflicted by him on them and Mac Uibilin, that is, 
Cormac, namely, an eminent leader without defect, was 
slain therein. Rughraidhe Mac Uibilin was [then] made 
[the] Mac Uibilin ' and peace was made by him with the 



in all probabilitj, reoorded the 
birtli of a member of the Mao 
Mannsfainilj. 
1472. 1 jRotife.— See 1470, note 9, 



stqMra, \ is regularly used 



* Eminent in, -Literallj, fuU 0/, 
^Rughraidhe — UibiUn, — The 
8ame oollooation aa in 1468, note 6, 
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i7X)n, Cofimac, iT)on, fai cinn-peDna jan uijief bai'B. íHac 
Uibilin vo •5enum t>o Rugiiai'Be ÍHac Uibilin 7 ptvo 
•oenum vo jie mac 0Ce-5a bui*5e 7 coinne t>o jabail t)oiB 
tie hOijiecT:-hlli-Caía[i]n. Ocur mac UiBilin vo t)uI 1* 
coin bec ap bun na banna vo t)uI 1* cenn hlli Ca6a[i]n 
7T)|xem T)*OijiecT;-hUi-Cara[i]n vo cegmail vo ag T)ul a 
nji T)o 7 a majibofi 7 a Baiaft aiji in m-banna 7' ajiaile'- 
A96d — ^Donncofi íHas tli*5iji (mac* 'Comaif 015^) t)0 | gabail 
an* blia5ain [pj le fOoc^ lli'5iii, iT)on, le hCmann^ mac" 
'Comaif 015, I n-a baile pein" 7 puaflucat^ moji* vo 
buain af T)'eacai6" 7 T)'eiT)e* 7 vo buaiB". — Clann íHes 
Hagnaill, iT>on, Concobuji 7 niail[-8h]eaclainn, t>o 
majiba* le flicx; niail[-8h]ea6lainT) tHes Rccé^cnl'l'® • 
i'Don*, T>a mac ixiifig voV pejiji eineac 7 cennuf-feT)na 
vo bi I ConnaficaiB". — Coinne t>o ^abail eceji hUa NeiU 
(i'Don", enjii*') 7 hUa n-"Oomnaill (iT>on", CC6-5 jiua*") 7 
imjiuaga* vo bei€ aTX)jijia. Ocuf hUa Meill t^o** bjiife-S 
aji hUa n-'Oomnaiir co fona, fenamaiL 7 maiT)m moji 
vo ÉabaijiT; paiji 05* bel á€a an Caiflein maoil'. Ocuf 
niac Suibne (panaT)^ iT)on% ÍHael-íHuijie'') T>omajiba* 
ann maille jie mojian aile 7 ajiaile'*. — bjiian, mac 
P6i['5]lim[re],mic T)uinn, mic Con-Connacx; íHes Ui^ir» 
T>o majiba5 le clainn Seaain^ bui-^e flles íHacsamna 7 
le Clainn-TDomnaill Clainni-Ceallaig 7' ajxaile'. — Roif% 
ingen Concobuiji, mic Concobuiji aili IHic lílognujxi, 
iT>on, ben nia|nujMi, mic bjiiain, mic Concobuiji 015 
nies Ui'^iji, quieuiT; in [Chjiij^] 7 lT)Uf *Oecembjiif*. 

1472. »a, B. «-crón-, A. ^zS-, B. »'om., A. JJ= UOSJi^ 
•^ Tílos Ui'ói|V, ad., B. *•* piaflaic[t]i moria — large raiuoms, B. 
«n»=1444K n>»=1384«-«. <^after |>enaniail, B. p-p=1383^^ *i-ítx) 
mafxba^ ann, iT)on, TTlael-irntiitie 7 mo|uni aile moille ppif — was alain 
thert^ namehff Mael-Muire and many others ahng with him, B. 



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sonof Aedh the Tawny and a meeting was accepted by 
them with the Oirecht-XJi-Catha[í]n, And Mac TJibilin 
went on a small cot on the mouth of the Bann, to go to 
meet XJa Catha[i]n. And a party of the Oirecht-XJi- 
Catha[i]n met him on going on land and he was slain 
and cast^ on the Bann and so on. — ^Donchadh Mag 
TJidhir (eon of Thomas junior) was captured this year by 
[the] Mag TJidhir, namely, by Edmond,*^ son of Thomas 
junior, in his own town and large ransom was exacted 
from hím of horses and apparel and of kine. — ^The sons 
of Mag Raghnaill, namely, Conchobur and Mail[-Sh]each- 
lainn, were slain by the'descendants of Mail[-Sh]eachlainn 
Mag Raghnaill: to wit, two sons of a chief who were 
best in hospitalíty and leadership that were in Connacht* 
— A meeting was held between TJa NeiU (namely, Henry) 
and TJa Domnaill (namely, Aedh the Red) but® there 
was an encounter between them. And TJa NeiU over- 
came ^ TJa DomnaiU courageou8ly, prosperously and great 
defeat was inflicted on him, at the mouth of the Ford ^ of 
the Caislen-maoL® And Mac Suibne (of Fanad, namely, 
Mael-Muire) was slain therein, along with many others 
and so on. — Brian, son of Feidlim[idh], son of Donn, son 
of Cu-Connacht Mag TJidhir, was elain by the sons of 
John Mag Mathgamna the Tawny and by the Clann- 
Domnaill of Clann-Ceallaigh and so on. — Bosa, daughter 
of Concobur, son of another Concobur Mac Maghnusa, 
namely, wife of Maghnus, son of Brian, son of Concobur 
Mag TJidhir junior, rested in [Christ] on the 7th of the 
Ides [7th] of Deoember. 



[1472] 



* EdmotuL—See the first item of 
the preeent jear. 

• ^tt/.— Literiilly, and. 

' Overe4sm$. — ^Literall^, broke on. 



« Ford.—Qi the river Shrule. 
• CaiiUn - maol, — Bare castle , 
Castle Moyle, co. li^rone. 



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]Cal. lan. ui. p., [l.* acx.ix.%] OCnnoT)omini TTI." cccc." 
laxjc** 111.** niai'Dm moji -do éabaijiT; le íHas HajnailU, 
iT)on, le TjOJ)^, ojí fhcz Tnail[-8h]eacLainn íHes ^^^" 
naill*, T)U inafi* Tnaj\ba5 ceiépe pfi "065 'o'uaifliC fleSro 
maiir-8h]6cLainn maille jie motian aile. — e^Bap.T), 
B 89d ^^^ Oaiiuin T)ealbna, | t>o gabail a peall le mac a 
T)eiib|iauaii pein, iT)on, le Cpircoiii, mac Semuir Nuinn- 
f enn 7 a bf eié vo^ co baile OC€a-cliac 7 a niille'5 anT). — 
"Oonncafi, mac 0Ce'5[a]nie5 Ui'5i|i, T^'eg in blia'5ain fi^: 
iT)on", fai cinn-f e-^na 7 f ep vo Bi lan vo vejic 7 T)'ai€ne 
7 T)o T)aenacT;. OC eg 1 n-a C15 fein, ia|i ni-buai'5 o 
T)OTnan 7 T^eamon'. — 'Comaf, mac** íHes tli'5iji, iT)on% 
mac emainn, mic 'Comaif', vo maf baft le' clainn Cacail 
mes tli'5iii' a fealL — CCfT:, mac *Oomnaill ballaig 
nies Ui'5if, T)'e5 1* n-a ci§ f ein fo buai-^ Onséa 7 ai€pi|e*. 
— Huai'5iii, mac OCift; hUi MeiU, T)*he^ in" blia'^ain fi". 
— 8ile, injen Ru|faiT)e ÍHes maÉgamna, obiic pfiT)ie* 
lCalenT)af lanuajiir. — Ca€al fiaBac, mac *Ouinn CoÉ- 
anaig, mic ma^naif meg Ui'^iji, T^'eg' in blia'5ain fi 
18 ]CalenT)af OcTX^bjiif'. — hoc' anno T^'heg*. . . 

]CaU lan. uii. f., [U' x.%] OCnno *Oomini m.** cccc.° 

Ixx.** 1111.** *Oonn fuat^ mac Con-Connacr: me^ Ui'5iji, 

T)o maf ba* le mac HicaifT) mic Caérfiail a cjiOT)an^ 

(A) (B) 

fílaicbeiicac ma^ tli*tj\ jpiaicbejicac ma^ Ui'óiji 

(. .5 Oocasam') T^'heg 1 n-a T^'heg, iT)on, mac j[iij Pejv- 

ng j:ein lajx m-buoi^ Onsca manac, iT)on, mac Cómcnf 

7 aitjxige. ái5 meg Ui'óijx 7 ingine meg 

Ooéagain. 

1473. M)n-,A. "-Tm-,A. •*=14ol»*. ^om., B. c<^h^ «'emtmi'D 
—0/ Jtfmomí — ad ., B. ►• af ter teall, B. «' obiic, B. w = 1383 » . 

1474. »*=1461*». »»-»»om., B. « = 1379«^. (The reading waa doubt- 
less : mac insine tnegi as in B.) 

1473. 1 FiU to <^M.— Literall7, i F. M, adds : for his own miade- 
WM destrojfed^ The entrj in the | meanours. 



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Ealends of Jan. on 6th feria, [29th of the moon,] a.d [1^73] 
1473. Great defeat was inflicted by Mag RaghnaiU, 
nameljr, by Tadhg, on the descendants of Mail[-Sh]each- 
lainn Mag Raghnaill, wherein were slain fourteen men of 
the nobles of the men of Mail[-Sh]eachlainn, along with 
manjr others. — Edward, son of the baron of Delvin, was 
taken in treacherj by the son of his own brother, namely, 
by Christopher, son of James Nugent, and he was carried 
to the town of Ath-diath and put to death ^ there. — Don- 
chadh, son of Aedh Mag TJidhir, died this year : to wit, 
an eminent leader and a man that was full of charity and 
of knowledge and of humanity. He died in his own 
house, after victory over* world and over demon. — 
Thomas, son of [the] Mag XJídhir, namely, son of Edmond, 
son of Thomas, was slain by the sons of Cathal Mag 
XJidhir in treachery. — ^Art, son of Domnall Mag Uidhir 
the Freckled, died in his own house with' victory of 
Unction and penance.-— Buaidhri, son of Art Ua Neill, 
died this year. — Sile, daughter of Rughraidhe Mag Math- 
gamna, died on the 2nd of the Ealends of January [Dec. 
31]. — Cathal the Swarthy, son of Donn Cathanach,* son of 
Maghnus Mag Uidhir, died this year, on the 18th of the 
Ealends of October [Sep. 14].— This year died^ . . 

Ealends of Jan., on 7th feria, [lOth of the moon,] a.d. [U74] 
1474. Donn the Red, son of Cu-Connacht Mag Uidhir, 
was slain by the son of Eichard Mac Cathmail in a quarrel. 
(A) (B) 

Flaithbertach^ Mag Uidhir Flaithbertach Mag Uidhir 
died in his own house, after died : to wit, the son of the 
victory of Unction and pen- king of Fir-Manach, iiamely, 
ance. son of Thomas Mag Uidhir 

junior and of the daughter of Mag Eochagain. 



^ Over, — Literallyy from, 
3 ITi/A.— LiteraUjr, under. 
^ CWAAiMcA.—See 1434» note 6,^/?. 
^Died, — Mo«t probabl^, one ol 



the Mac Manus family. 

1474. 1 Flaithbertach, etc. — The 
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ctMMccLo: uUroli. 



C|ieaca** mopa t>o T)eiitim t>o hlla ^Oomnaill afi muinn- 
x^jí hlli Meill, iT>on, ap CCe'5 m-ballac, mac n-T)omnaill^ 
— ^hlla Concobaiii phailsi T^'eg in** blia^ain y\\ iT)on, 
Conn, mac in^ Calbaig 7 a mac, iT>on, Caéaifi. t>o jiisaT> 
1 n-a ina*. — GDbariT) piumsceT), iTX)n, 5<^llmacam 
|xob' fejiji cennuf-peT)na 7 T)aenacT; vo bi *fa ÍHi'Be, 
T)'eg^ in blia-bain fi^ laf m-b|iei€ bua^a T)oman 7 
o •5eamon^ — pejisal', mac 8eaatn hUi Hai|illi§, T^'eg 
in** blia*ain fi^ — CosaS^ moji in blia5ain fi eceji hlla 
Meill 7 hUa n-T)omnaill. Ocuf mac CCe-5a bui^e hUi 
Íleill7 hUa Meill vo i>ul afi fluai^e^ a Tiii-Conaill. 
Ocuf 'Cif-OCe'^a t>o lofca'^ leif t>o n cujiuf fin 7 cecc 
flan T)ia v\^\ — lnT)fOi§i'5 vo -^enum t>o hUa Neill (iT)on', 
enjii') aji mac 0Ce'5a bui-^e 7 aji clainn CC\\iZ hUi Meill 
*j^ 'CuoijMíejiT; 7 cjieaca mojia vo fuji jiomjjo t>oiB'. 
Ocuf Cjiian-Consail uile vo bjieií ojijia 7 hUa* Meill 
vo bjieii na cjiec leif vxc^ n-ainT)eoin** 7 zecz T)irf ci|* 
imf lan. — OC n 5'^^^ '^^^ ^^^ heagjia t>o majiba* le 
n-a T)ef bj\a€aiji a peall, iT)on, le heojan hUa heugjxa^. — 
ínaiT)m moji vo íabaijit; in blia'^ain j^ leif hUa 
Ceallaié aji hUa Concobuiji n-Donn, iT)on, pei'5lim[i'5], 
mac Coij\jiT)elbai| 7 hUa Concobuiji t>o majiba-^ ann 
7 íTlac Suibne co n-a "^if mac t>o majiba^ ann 7 mojian 
aile nac aijiimwji annfo. — íTlaijifjies, injen CCe^a jiuai-^ 
nies niaésamna, iT>on, bean *Oonncai'5, mic** Tx)maif 
015^ íTles Ui'5iji— iT)on', bean jiob' pejiji cjiaba* 7 eineafi 
jxo bin-a haimfiji — a hej *OajiT)ain jxoim NoDlaij^a 
haT)luca'5 a Cluain-eoif, po buai-^ Ongéa 7 aiíjiiée'. — 

1474. 1 cm. A. « 0, B. » n-ea-, B. ^a e5--/íc died, B. « The order 
in B i8 : Peaixjal— CCn ^iUa— Innfoigi-o— Tílai'oni. "= 1392 ^ . ri oni., 
B. »»•»» om., B. »■» after imflan, B. Jl = 1470 » . 



' Gatning, — Literally, hringing, 
» Ctfiin.— The ally o£ O'Neill in 

the ezpedition mentioned in the 

pxerious entry. 



* TuaÍ9c€rU —North (of Antrim) ; 
anglicÍBed Twescard (adeanerjof 
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Great forajs were made by Ua Domnaill on the people 
of XJa NeíU, namelj, on Aedh íhe Freclded, son of Dom- 
nalL — XJa Concobair Faly, namely, Conn, son of the Cal- 
bach, died this year and his son, namely, Cathair, was made 
king in hÍ8 stead. — ^Edward Plunket, namely, the Foreign 
youth who was the best in leadership and humanity 
that was in Meath, died this year af ter gaining ^ yictory 
from world and from demon. — Fergal, son of John TJa 
Raighilligh, died this year — Qreat war this year between 
the XJa U^eiU and Ua Domnaill. And [Conn] son of 
Aedh TJa Neill the Tawny and XJa NeiU went on a host- 
ing into Tir-ConailL And Tir-Aedha was bumed by him 
[XJa Neill] on that expedition and he went safe to his 
house. — ^An inroad was made by XJa Neill (namely, Henry) 
on [Conn]* son of Aedh the Tawny and on the sons of Art 
XJa Neill in the Tuaíscert,* and large preys were driven 
in front of them by them. And the whole of Trian-Con- 
gail*^ overtook them, but® XJa IfeiU took the preys with 
him in their despite and went io his house f ull safe. — 
The Black Gillie XJa hEaghra was killed by his 
brother, namely, by Eogan XJa hEaghra, in treachery. — 
Ghreat defeat^ was inflicted this year by XJa Ceallaigh on 
XJa Concobuir the Brown, namely, Feidhlim[idh], son of 
Toirdelbach and XJa Concobuir was slain therein and Mac 
Suibne with his two sons and many others that are not 
reckoned here were slain therein. — Margaret, daughter of 
Aedh Mag Mathgamna the Eed, namely, wife of Don- 
chadh, son of Thomas Mag XJidhir junior — to wit, the 
woman who was best in piety and hospitality that was in 
her tíme— died, with victory of XJnction and penance, the 



CH74] 



tlie Taxatíon of Bonifaoe VUI. 
(D. I^ V. p. 209-10). 

* 7Ví<m-Cwi^at7.— By metonjm^ 
for the forcee of Conn O'NeiU, who 



had retaken the territorjin U71. 

«^ttí,— Literally, a#kf. 

' Oreat deftat, ete, — GÍTen at 
greater detail hj the F, M. 



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252 ccMwalo: ulxroti. 

^«5 'Ci5ej[ina[i]n CeaUcng-T)unca5a, iwn, Txrfes, v'he^ 
in bliotain cecna'. — ^tlu||vai'5e 05 íHog íHaésamna 
•D'heg in** blia^am f\ lafi m-bjieiÉ bua-Sa wman 7 
•oeaman 7 atiaile^— bpian, mac peiC'BllimCée] hUi 
Hai&Uil, T>o gabail in*" blia^ain fi** le 8eaan, mac** hUi 
Hai&Uig** (iT)on^ mac T:x)itiiiT)elbaig hUi Tlai|iUi§^)7 
le clainn OCe^a hUi HaigiUi^. — UiUiam ÍHac S^PFT^I» 
iT)on^T>uine mai€ oi|iecuT>o ihuinnciti clainni pilib íTles 
Ui-5iii^ T)'he5 in blia^n fi, 5^ Nonaf íHaiicii^ 

A96b ]CaL lan. 1. p., [U* axci.',] OCnno T)omini ÍH.'' cccc'' 
laat''u.° 

(A) (B) 

Coga^ nioi\ in blioóain fi íTlas TTlhatgafnna t)o pi- 

ezefi 11105 íTíatsainna, iT)on, bail on btio^n [fi], iT)on, 

Remonn, mac Hogfiai^ 7 ftemisnn, mac Rti^tvai'óe TTles 

clainn CCeta fiuait TTles TDotgamna, le doinn €Cei6a 

TTIo^samno. Imifici neific jiuoit TTIe^ TT1at:5amna 7 le 

T)0 i^eniim t>o doinn OCeta ^allaib TTIaóaip^ Oift^oll. 

fiuaró a pefin-mui^ 7 fluag Ocuf bp,ian, mac Rugpxii'óe 

5all T)o tetc 1 n-a n-aiticif. TTIhes TTlhaégomna, t)o ga- 

Ocuf TTlag TTIa^^samna t)o bail ann 7 mofian aile t)o 

reéc afreó fa 6050^01$ 7 a ^abail 7 vo maftboú fofin 

•óut omoé ap,if 1 pervn-muig (no\ maiUe tiiu*). 

7 clann CCe^a t>o •bul afi JcíI'I'TOcc. TTlas TTÍacsamna 

T)o "Bul ap fiBal afi JhaUaití 7 clann CCe^a tiuai'5 7 

501U TTÍacaitie OiiisiaU vo bjieié opjia Ocuf maiT)m 

motvT)0 éabaitic ati Tnag TnhaÉgamna 7 he pein vo 

gaBail ann 7 Otiian, mac Hugt^ai'Be TTíhes Tnhaésamna, 

1474. k*=1403JJ. 

1475. •^ = 1461 •*. «>•»>= 1423 ^\ (ÍTIaiUe piti i« = pctiiti). 



^ Thttrsda^.—Deo, 22; Christ. | 1475. ^ BW. — EastwarcU, mdo 
ia§ faUing on Sunda^. I Fam^. 



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Thursdaj^ before Christmas and was^buried in Cluam- [1474] 
eois. — ^Mag Tigbemain ot Teallacb-Duncbadba» namely, 
Tadbg, died tbe same year. — ^Rugbraidbe Mag Matb- 
gamna junior died tbis year, after gaining * victory from 
world and from demon and so on. — Brian, son of Feidb- 
lim[idb] XJa Raigbilligb, was captured tbis year by Jobn, 
son of [tbe] TJa Raigbilligh (namely, son of Toirdelbacb 
TJa Raigbilligb) and by tbe sons of Aedb TJa Raigbil- 
ligb. — ^William Mac Gafindgb, namely, a person of tbe 
people of the sons of Pbilip Mag Uidbir good [to counsel 
in a tribal] assembly, died tbis year, on tbe 5tb of tbe 
Nones [3rd] of Marcb. 

Ealends of Jan. on Ist feria, [21st of tbe moon,] a.d. [1475] 
1475. 

(A) (B) 

Ghreat war [arose] tbis year Mag Matbgamna, namely, 
between Mag Mathgamna, Redmond, son of Rugbraidbe 
namely, Redmond, son of Mag Matbgamna, was cap- 
Rughraidhe and the sons of tured this year by tbe sons of 
Aedh Mag Mathgamna the Aedb Mathgamna the Red 
Red. An immigration in and by the Foreigners of the 
force was made by the sons Plain of Oirghialla. And 
of Aedbinto Fem-magb and Brian, son of Rughraidhe 
a boet of Foreigners came to Mag Mathgamna, was cap- 
their assistance. And Mag turedthereinandmanyother8 
Mathgamna entered towards were[either]capturedor8lain 
Eog^nacb and went^ out sgain with them. 
into Fem-magb and tbe sons of Aedh went^ to tbe 
Foreign settlement.' Mag Matbgamna proceeded to 
march on the Foreigners and tbe sons of Aedb tbe Red 
and tbe Foreigners of the Plain of Oirgbialla oyertook 
tbem. And great defeat was inflicted on Mag Matbgamna 



« Went.—Theif fled, apparentlj, 
in order to draw Mac Mahon after 
them. 



' Foreign settlement, — In the Plain 
oí Oriel (Orgbialla), mentíoned in 
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254 ccMMaur uLoron- 

•Do gabail ann 7 mojian aile vo gabail 7 vo majiba* an-o. 

mac an c-ShatJaraig 7 peit-BlLimCi*], mac mic hUi 

B 90a ríeill, T)o I sabad le Conn, mac CCe-oa but'Se 7 mac an 

c-8haBaip5 'o'eloé ua-Ba 1 n-a T)iai| fin.— Sluáige* moji 

vo •Senum leif hUa n-T)omnaill in« bliaoain ri% iwn, le 

hOCe-BT^uafi^macíleillsaiiiB hUi*T)omnaim -oo íaBac^ 

bíiiain, mic pei[*]Lim[€e] hUi RaiéiLlig, axi hUa 

RaigiLLig. Ocur ze6z -00 co beL-aía-ConaiLL 7 pí w 

•5enum «do tiif hUa RaigiLLig annpn. Ocur a «duL 

arpn Y« n-OCTi|a^le "00 funsnumHe cLainn 1iiia[i]L hUi 

pejxgqiL "00 bi 1 n-a caiii'DiC aisi'. Ocuf nejic 'DogaCaiL 

ann vo annpn 7 "duL airin» a n-[U]ií;-phaiL§i do Éoca* aji 

SccLLaiB a n-ejiaic a aéuji t>o tjuit: Le JaLLaiB |ioime pn. 

Ocuf mopan vo'w íTli'Be t)o miLLiu-o Leif 7 baiLe caifLein 

"OeLBna vo Lofca* t>oi15 7 f i€ t>o •Benum vo jie SaLlaiB 

1 n-a T)iai§ pn. CLann-ChoLmain** 7 CaLfaigi T)'eif|i 

T>oi6 Y« n-SaijiB-eifpf 7 SaLLogLail* 7 Gfennaig vo 

buain T)iB annpn*^ 7 hUa T)omnaiLL7T:x)itinT)eLba6 ITlas 

Ui-Biji T)o innTO** af in cof ai-b^ caeB c-[f]iaf t)o baiLe 

nies CCmaLsait 7 bfife'5 aji coimnnoL na ciféaB pn 

7 mofan t>o buain t)iB T)'a n-T)ainití, a cimceLL mic Tíles 

CCiíiaLsai'B. Ocuf ni fuafaT^ufi en Uffiuf o'n cojiai'&^ 

o pn amac. Ocuf t)uL vo afpn vo cungnum* La n-a 

caifT)iB a* n-[U]ib-maine' 7 affin a CLoinn-RicairiT) 7 

vuV T)o" affin a Conmaicne CuiLe' 7 affin n-lcroii 

ConnaCc 7 a éoisecc v\ofi €15 T)o*n cufUf pn po buai^ 

cofgaif 7' comai'Bme». — baf un T)eaLbna T^'eg in bLia- 

•Bain p", iT>on, f ai cinn-te'ona 7 pef voV pef ji T^ejic 7 

T^aenafir: 7 T)ob' fefijx aiíne ajt gaS eLatain t)o bi vo 

1475. ^tob-, B. 'caTTinum, A. •cqfvpn (a eoribal miatalce), A. *-^U 
with ooDtrotD.-in&rk attohd. to l, A; -Jlaóa, B. ■cmn, B. •-g.A. 
7-é,B. s-D'ajA. «'•«om.,B. «» = 1396«. ••• after -00 ofpn, B. «om.,A. 
M=1444 »■». 

* Or.— LiteraUy, «nrf. 1 <ClíMf&-<otrii.— That is, a town 

«/•íí/.—In 1439, «ipr«. I defended by a oaatle. '*Ca8tle. 



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and he hímself was oaptured thereín and Brian> son of 
Rugbaidhe Mag Mathgamna, was eaptured therein and 
many others were [either] captured or * slain therein. 

The 8on of Savage and Feidhlim[idh], grandson of TJa 
Neill, were taken by Oonn, son of Aedh the Tawny and 
the 8on of Savage escaped from him af ter that. — A great 
hosting was made this year by XJa DomnaiU, namely, by 
Aedh the Red, son of Niall XJa DomnaiU the Rough, to 
rescue Brian, son of Feidhlimidh XJa BaighiUigh, from 
[the] Ua RaighiUigh. And he went to Bel-atha-ConaiU 
and peace was made by him with Ua BaighiUigh then. 
And he went from that into tbe AnghaUe to aid the sons of 
Irial UaFergail, who were friends to him. And he obtained 
power there then and went from that into Offaly, to war 
on the Foreigners, in eric of his father who felP by the 
Foreigners before that. And much of Meath was de- 
8troyed by him and the castle-town® of Delvin was 
bumed by them and peace was made by him with the 
Foreigners after that. The Clann-Oolmain and Cah^aighi 
rose against tbem in the Garb-esgir and [Foreign] gaUow- 
glasses and Irish were rescued^ from them then and Ua 
Domnaill and Toirdelbach Mag Uidhir tumed onthe pur- 
suing party, on the west side of the town ^ of Mag Amhal- 
ghaidh and defeated the íuU muster of those territories 
and many of their people were forced from them along 
with the son of Mag Amhalghaidh. And they got not 
one shot from the pursuing party from that out. And 
he went from that to aid his friends in Ui-Maine and 
from that [south] into Olann-Ricaird and he went 
[north] from that into Oonmaicne-Ouile and from that 



[1476] 



towns," F, M, ** ThiA íb an ampli- 
fication hj ihe Foor Masters, who 
are ever on the lo6k ont to jDAgniíj 
theexploita o£ O'Donnell!" ((yD 
ÍT. 1094). 
' Jtetiueá'^Thej were being oar- 



ried off as prisonerfl^ or hostagefi, 
hj O'Donnell. 

^Town, — Balljloaghloe, oo. 
Westmeath ; for which see the ex- 
hanstÍTe note, F. M, ít. 1096. 



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A96o 



ShallaiB epenn i n-a ainififi. CC ej; laji m-buai'5 o 
wman 7 o •6enion.«— CCe* hUa MeiU 'o'eg in blia5ain 
fi^ iT)on, CCe*, mac eogain, mic Neai 015 hUi* NeilU: 
i'Don", pefi "00 bi lon •D*ai6ne 7 T)'eineac 7 vo f ennuf- 
fíeDna. CC eg 1 n-a éig pein laji m-buai* Ongía 7 ai€- 
tiigi^ — CCe* hUa "OomnaiU, i-oon, mac NeScain hUi* "Oom- 
naiU*, T)o baéa^ in* blia'Bain fi* a coit:i bic afi bun na 
banna— hUa pej\|ail 'o'es in" blia^Bam fi% iwn, Seaan, 
mac •OomnaiU hUi pejigaiL— | niac^ bpiain niic 
niagnurra^> iwn 'Comar 051 mac romaif', mic pilib, 
mic* bfiain, mic' íTlhail-TjSheaClainn, mic niha|nufa, 
mic Huaigiii, mic T)uinn rhoif meg Ui-5if, T)'he]5 hoc anno 
im Shamuin'*. — hUa Ceallaig, iT)on, 7^065 caec, mac 
UiUiam hUi CeaUai§, vo cuji an T^-faegail T)e an blia- 
•5ain fi\ — GDain 05, ingen maisifceji* 8eoa[i]n** mej; 
Ui'Bif^iT^on^bean eo]5ain,mic*eo5ain*hUi bfeiflen,obiiT;" 
15 ]CalenT)af mair. — Cu-Conna£r®, mac bfiain t)Ui15, 
mac mha|nufa hTieg". — Ruai'Siii glaf mo^ Cafmuic, 
pefi fuaif c*, f ubalcac 7 p eji venza jiann Oglacaif % obiic 
6* lT)Uf maii*. — ^hUa WeiU^ iT)on, hCnfi, mac eo^ain 
hUi NeiU, T)o •Bul, fluo^, a pheajiaiB-manafi an** blia- 
*5ain fi*7 TOa6 'Coiiiii'5ealbai'5, mic® pilib* mheg Ui'^iji» 
T)o lofca'^^^ leif aji SfoÉ-f eap-tuijis, a" coif na hCCf na'. 
(hic' naro efc Cachefina, plia Cajioli luuenif mic 
magnuffa, . .") 

1476. •-^A. *<^-tS- A. >»oin.,B. »»=«. IJ t. m., t. h., A. ^ ^'hes, 
ad., B. Hn— </ íAe— prf., B. «•«•D'hes» B. <«om. in looo, A ; but it íb, 
▼erj probabl^, the entrj of which the latter part Í8 on 96b, t. m., n. t. 
h. : . . . TTlac TTlcténtiffa 'D'heg in blia^n fi, fcilicec, /^5—. . . 
Mac Maghnusta died this year, namely, 147^» '^^ opening was out off 
in binding. » The order in B ÍB : htla Ceallaig— htla Í4eilt— eDoin— 
Cti-Connaéc— Htiai'D|ii. <i-<»after -luiiv{;, B. »"96^. 1. m., d. t. h. (laat 
part illegible), A ; om., B. 



• Orer.— Literally,/rí>in. 
í« i\4í— Atm.— That i», retired to 
a monasterj to prepare for death. 
^i Oglachat, — A name given to 



reraes oompoaed partiallj after the 
manner of anj of tbe ohief normal 
measures. (Cf. Toid Lect, IIL, p. 
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into the Lower [northem] part of Oonnacht and he came [1475] 
to his house from that expedition with tríumph of victorj 
and rout. — ^The haron of Delvin díed this year : to wit, an 
eminent leader and a man who was the best in charitj 
and humanity and who was best in knowledge of every 
science that was of the Foreigners of Ireland in his time. 
He died after victory over* world and over demon. — 
Aedh Ua Neiil, namely, Aedh, son of Eogan, son of Niall 
XJa Neill junior, died this year : to wit, a man that was 
erainent for knowledge and for hospitality and for leader- 
ship. He died in his own house after victory of TJnction 
and penance. — Aedh XJa Domuaill, namelj, son of Nech- 
tain Ua DomnaiU, was drowned this year iu a small cot 
at the mouth of the Bann. — ^Ua Ferghail, namelj, John, 
son of Domnall Ua Ferghail, died this year. — ^Mac Briain 
Mac Maghnusa, namely, Thomas junior, son of Thomas, 
son of Philip, son of Brian, son of Mail[-Sh]eachlainn, son 
of Maghnus, son of Ruaighri,son of DonnMor Mag Uidhir, 
died this year about November Day. — Ua Ceallaigh, 
namely, Tadhg Blind[-eye], son of William Ua Ceallaigh, 
put the world from him^^ this year. — ^Edain jimior, daughter 
of Master John Mag Uidhir. namely, wife of Eogan, son of 
Eogan Ua Breislen, died on the I5th of the Kalends of May 
[Ap. 17]. — Cu-Connacht, son of Brian the Black, Mac 
Maghnusa died. — Euaidhri Mag Carmuic the Green, an 
excellent, virtuous man and a man that composed poems 
of Oglachas," died on the 6th of the Ides [lOth] of May. 
— ^Ua Neill, namely, Henry, son of Eogan Ua NeiU, went 
[with] a host into Fir-Manach this year and the house of 
Toirdelbach, son of Philip Mag Uidhir, was burned by 
hím at Srath-fer-Luirg,^* near the [river] Ama. 

(In this year was bom Catherine, daughter of Cathal 
Mac Maghnusa junior.) 



thÍB debased metrio a sabjeot of 
efDCommra proves that the deoa- 
denoe of the bardio art had already 
$etiii. 



" Srath'Fer-Luirg. — Strath of 
ihA Men of Lurg (a bar. in north of 
Fermanagh co.). Probabljr, Stran- 
ahone (O'D. iii. 632). 

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CCMMOCLCC uloctíh. 



[^l lCaL lan. n. p., [V ii.%] OCnno T)omini ÍH.** cccc.*' Ixx. 
U1.'' 'Ca'Bs, niac^ emainn (1*00^% íHes Ui'Bifi'), mic 
'Comaif íHeg Ui*5ip, t)o maiiba^ a peall le n-a 'De|ib|ia- 
raiix"* pein, iT)on, Huai'fifii íTlas Ui'bip. — *Oonnca'5 íTlas 
Ui*5iii*, i'Don, mac 'Comaif 015*, mic Comaif, mic pilib 
íriej; Ui-Sip» 'o'eg in blia^ain fi': i'oon, pep 'oo ti lan 
'o'einec 7 'oo 'oefic 7 "00 cennup-peDna 7 "o'aicne ap gac 
ela'bain 'o'a clume-B 7 a'obuii \i\^ peji-íTlanaS jan pt^efa- 
bfia. OC ej po buai'S on^a 7 aiépi^ an blia-5ain f i'. — 

B 90b hUa hUipnín], iT)on, bjiian, mac pejigail puai'B | hUi 
UiBin'D, 'o'es^ in blia-bain^ fi': iT)on, fai pi|\ T)ana 7» oiT)e 
fgol ejienn 7 CClban jie T)an 7' apaile'. — íTlac Silla- 
jiuai'5, iT)on, T)omnall íTlac SiUa-fiuai'5, T^'eg in"^ blia- 
^ain fi' 7 a mac 1 n-a ina'^, iT)on, bfiian. — 1nT)foi|i'5* t)0 
•5enum T)o hUa Meill (iT>on*, enpi*) aji OipgiallaiB 7 
clann íTleg íTla^amna, iT)on, clann RemuinT) íTleg 
íTlaÉsamna 7 bpian, mac Ru§pai'6e 7 Oiii|iaUaig uile 
o eoganaig afcec t)o €ei6ea'5 fiaji pa íTlacaitie Culfa. 
Ocuf cjieca mopa 7 aip^i im'Sa vo bfiei€ T>'Ua WeiU 
ucrca o niaCaiiie Chulca 7 o cenncaii na bjieipne. Ocuf 
hUa MeiU t)o cecT; v\a €i| T)o'n cufiuf fin po buai-S cof- 
^aif 7 comai'^me'. — ^8lua^a'5 mof leif hUa NeiU (iTX)n^ 
Gnt>iO T)ocum mic CCe'^a bui'5e hUi MeiU 7 t)uI t)o fo 
caiflen beil-peijifoi 7 an caiflen vo gabail 7 t)o bf^ife-S 
leif 7 a éoigeCc T)ia cig fo buai-^ cofsuif. — Cuaíal, 
mac ae'^a hUi MeiU, vo mafba'5 le 5«UaiB íTlafaife 
OifgiaU — hUa heagfa fiaBac T^'heg in' blia'Sain fi', 
iT)on, UiUiam, mac in efpuic^ — íTlac* T)onncai'5 an 

1476. » ef baig, A ; éj^, B. •* = 1461 »*. »» Tlflhej:; Ui-óiii, i-Don, mac 
— o/Mag Uidhir^ naniely, son — ad., B. «-« =1403M. «* b|iaéaiti — kÍHsm4ín, 
B. •TnacTílegtli'óiTuad.jB. 'om., A. »-«om.,B. »» »» after hUiginn, B. 
»•» = 1 379 c-o. Jí = 1392> . 



1476. ^To be lcinf.^Re was 
brother of Edmond, the chief in 
poeseflsion. 



' fm.— Literallj, Mn4er, 
< Thié «k/e. — That is, the weet, 
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Xalends of Jan. on 2nd feria, [2nd of tlie moon,] a.d. [1476 B.] 
1476. Tadhg, son of Edmond (namelj, of [the] Mag 
Uidhir), 8on of Thomas Mag TJidhir, was slain in treachery 
by his own brother, namely, Euaidhri Mag TJidhir. — Don- 
chadh Mag Uidhir, namely, son of Thomas junior, son of 
Thomas, son of PhiKp Mag Uidhir, died this year : to wit, 
a man who was eminent in hospitality and in charity and 
in leadership and in Imowledge of every scíence that was 
heard of and one who was to be king^ of Fir-Manach 
without opposition. He died with^ victory of Unction 
and penance this year. — ^Ua hUiginn, namely, Brian, son 
of Fergal Ua hUiginn the Red, died this year : to wit, 
an eminent poet and preceptor of the schools of Ireland 
and Scotland in poetry and so on. — Mac GiUa-ruaidh, 
namely, Domnall Mac Gilla-ruaidh, died tbis year and 
his son, namely, Brian, [was made chief] in his stead. — 
An inroad wras made by Ua NeiU (namely, Henry) on 
Oir^hialla and the sons of Mag Mathgamna, namely, the 
sons of Bedmond Mag Mathgamna and Brian, son of 
Rughraidhe and all the OirghiaUians from [the river] 
Eoganach inwards fled westwards towards the Plain of 
Tulach. And large preys and many spoUs were carried 
by Ua NeiU from them, from the Plain of Tulach and 
from this side' of the Breifiie. And Ua NeiU went to his 
house from that expedition wíth triumph of victory and 
rout. — ^A great hosting by Ua NeiU (namely, Henry) 
against [Conn] son of Aedh Ua NeiU the Tawny and he 
went against the castle of Bel-Feirsdi^ and the castle was 
taken and broken by him and he went to his house with 
triumph of victory. — Tuathal, son of Aedh Ua NeUI, was 
kiUed by the Foreigners of the Plain of OirghiaUa — Ua 



the preeent Aimals were compiled. | Fersait (whioh f alls into the La- 
* Bel-Feirsdt, — Mouth oj \the river'] \ ^an) ; anglicised Belíast. 

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Choíiamn, 1*0011, Seaan, mac 'Cai'Bs mic 'OonnCai'S, "oo 
gabail a peall le clainn Concobui|\ ÍHic 'Oonncai'6 7 le 
fbfe romalcáig 015 THic T)onn£ai'6, a|\ n-a cuii ama£ 
•o'a 'Dejibcomalca pein a caiflen baile-in-muca». — 
Seaan, mac hUi OCnluain, "00 matxba'fe le" a T)eixbfia€aiii 
pein*" a pealL — ^paineS ingen Uilliam, mic an efpuic 
tHe^ tli-5iii, obiic lT)ibuf T^ecimbfiif*. 

(hic^ nacuf eyx: Capoluf luuenif, piliuf Cafoli 
luuenif. . .^) 

A96d ]Cal. lan. 1111. p., [t* ociii.*,] OCnno *Oomini ín.°cccc.' 
lxx.° uii.° Co^a'B moji a 'Cif-Conaill an blia*ain fi ex^ef 
hUa n-*Oomnaill 7 clainn Neccain hUi T)omnaill. Ocuf 
Wiall, mac "Oomnaill hUi "Oomnaill 7 pei['5]lim[i'&], 
mac 'Coiiiii'oelbaig hUi T)omnaiU, "oo maf ba*5 le clainn 
WecTOin aji in 005^*5 fin 7 mojian 'oigbala "00 •Denaiíi 
acofpa. — hUa Neill (i'oon , Cnpi**) "00 'oul ap** flua§a'5*a 
'Cip-0Ce'5a 7 Cip-0Ce'5a "do milliu'B 7 -oo lofca'S leif 7 a 
íecc "Dia ci§ po buai'^ co^^aip. — Cacai-^, mac eogain 
nies íTlaísamna, "00 gabail le bpian, mac Hemuinn'* 
íHes' íTlaCsamna, a feall. — OCe'b, mac *Oonn£ai'5, mic 
Comaif nies' Ui'Sip, 'o'es in' blio^ain fi'. — bpian, mac 
Concobuip 015 íTles Ui-^ip^, i'oon, p ep 'oo bi' lan 'o'einefi 
7 -00 'oeipc 7 'oo T)aenacr, a* eg oi'oci í1oDla[i]j5, po buai'^ 
On^a 7 aiépige*. — Ruai'5pi, mac Cmuinn tnes Ui'^ip, 
T)o mapba5 le Coin-Connacc, mac Remuinn pmíaig, mic 

1476. ^'^ after vell, B. »-» 1. m., n. t. h., A ; om., B. 

1477. »-*=1461»-». í^^^lSS^»-*. ^flnat^ vnoxi—[with] fi hrpe 
hosting^ B. <» em-, of Edmond, A. • mic— o/ the aon—pTÍ., A. "fllic 
5tii'óiT\[!],A. f-«om..B. ^=:imK ii=1444»». 



^Bishop, — Brian 0*Hara of 
Aohonrj, who died in 1409, F. M. 
The obit not being gpiven in tbe 
Ulster Annals, he was unknown 
Xo \Vare (Bishops, p. 660). He 



probablj succeeded the i^ominican, 
WiUiam, who was appointed hj 
Oregory XL, Oct. 17, 1373 (Theiner. 
p. 350), and translated to Meath by 
Urban XI. in 1380 (Ware, p. 147). 



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hEaghra the Swarthy, iiamely, William, son of the bishop,^ 
died this year. — Mac Donnchaidh of the Corann, namely, 
John, 8on of Tadhg Mac Donnchaidh, was captured in 
treachery by the sons of Concobur Mac Donnchaidh and 
by the descendants of Tomaltach Mac Donnchaidh junior, 
on being put out by his own foster-brother from the castle 
of Baile-in-muta. — John, son of [the] Ua hAnluain, was 
slain by his own brother in treachery. — Qraine, daughter 
of William, son of the bishop • Mag Uidhir, died on the 
Ides [13th] of December. 

(In this year was bom Cathal junior, son of Cathal 
MaoMaghnusa junior, [on^ Tuesda^, July 30].) 

Xalends of Jan. on 4th feria, [13th of the moon], A.d. 
1477. Qreat war in Tir-ConaiU this year between Ua 
Domnaill and the sons of Nechtain Ua Domnaill. An l 
Niall, son of Domnall Ua Domnaill and Feidlim[idh], 
son of Toirdelbach Ua DomnaiU, were slain by 
the sons of Nechtain on that war and much 
damage was done between them. — Ua NeiU (namely, 
Henry) went^ on a hosting into Tir-A.edha and 
Tir-Aedha was destroyed and bumed by him and he 
went to his house with triumph of victory. — Eachaidh 
son of Eoghan Mag Mathganma, was captured by Brian 
son of Redmond Mag Mathgamna, in treachery. — Aedh^ 
son of Donchadh, son of Thomas Mag Uidhir, died ihís 
year. — Brian, son of Concobur Mag Uidhir junior, 
namely, a man that was f uU of hospitality and of charity 
and of humanity, died on Christmas Eve,* with victory of 
Unction and Penance. — Ruaidhri, son of Edmund Mag 



[1476] 



^Bishop, — ^Pieroe Maguire. Cf. 
1450, note 12, supra, 

^ On, etc, — See his obit nnder 
14H infra. 

1477. ' 7reiK.^Atihein8tigation 



of the sons oí Neohtain O'Donnell, 

> Chriatmaa iíw.— It f ell on Wed- 
nesdaj in 1477. 



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*Ouinn, mic Con-Connacc ÍTles lli'5ifi, a pealL — ÍTlaéa 
hUa iuinin v'e-^ in blia^ain fi : i7)on, oipcinneac na 
hCCiiT)a 7 fai pe.fencuf 7 a cuijfi gaca heaUr&na. — 
CCillBe, injen CCe^a TTle^ Ui'bip, ben* ruc^ hi pein 7 a 
mai€[i]ur blia^ain pe m-baf vo ÍTlainifcifi Lefa-gabail, 
obiix: 6 ]CalenT>af TDecimbpif.— TDonn, mac eogain, mic 
CCe'Sa ÍTles Ui'&if, x>o mafba'5 le *Oonnca'5 05, mac 
T)onncai'5, mic CCe'Ba ceDna, 5 ]CalenT)af lulii. 

(tlic^ narxi efc Cacefina, p ilia Caf oli luuenif , in pejxo 
SancT^ paqfiicii^) 

lCat. lan. u. p., [L* axnii.',] CCnno TDomini ÍTl.'' cccc/* 
lacx.'* uiii.° baf un T)eal6na T^'eg in blia'5ain fi** (T)o'n** 
plai-^**): iT)on, Ctiifcol, mac Semaif , mic tlifT)ei\T) Nuinn- 
f enn, iT)on°, 05 macaiíi voV pef ji vo JhallaiB 1 n-a aimfiji 
fein". — '^aez mof vo tecz^ a n-T)iai§ íloT;la[il5 in*blia- 
•6ain fi^ T)*aii ^1110*5 mof an T)*eallac 6f enn 7 T)'af ^bpife'o 
mopan vo mainifqiecaiB 7 t)0 T^eamplaitS 7 vo éi&B afi 
fUTJ ©penn co coircenn. — TTlac tli€Beafcai| ve^ in 
blia^ain fi : iT)on» Ciqxua'5, oIIotíi ÍTles Ui-^ip pe T)an ; 
iT)on, peji focfai'5, fuBalcac, T)aena5ca£ 7 ajiaiLa — hUa 
CoBcai'5, iT)on, ÍTluifceixcafi bacac, T)*hes. — 'CctBe finn 
hUa iuinin vhe^ in blia'Sain fi: iT)on, fai fe leiguf 7 
pe fencuf. — | piai-^ mop vo zecz^ le luing af cuan 
efa-puai-^ 7 leaínu|u'5* T)o'n plai'5 i^n af' fUT) 'Cife- 
Conaill' 7 a pefaiB-ÍTlanac 7 if in Coicit) co coiT^cenn. 
Ocuf T)i5bala mopa t)0 "^enum t)oi6' 7 TTlac-an-baifT) 

1477. ^&B. Jnoc— <metrAo,B. k.k— 1476311. 

1478. ^coigecc, B. ^on, B. «coi'óecc, B. *-naccrD, A. »*=1461»*^ 
b-b=:i403H. «^om., B. dr=<H). •^a 'Citx-Concnll— i» Tir'ConaiÚ 
B. *le— *y it (lit. ?ier ; pLmv heing fem.), B. 



» <S/aiw.— Probablj, to avenge the 
íratrioide mentioned in the first 
entry of 1476. 

*Ard.^'Scsa EnnislriUen : see 



O'D. iy. 1103-4. 

• Catherine. — DonbtleBs, a re- 
petition of the additional entr^ of 
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Uidhir, was slaín* ín treacherj by Cu-Gonnacht, son of 
Redmond the Swarthjr, son of Donn, son of Cu-Connacht 
Mag Uídhir. — Matthew Ua Luinin, died this year; to 
wit, herenagh of the Ard* and one eminent in historj and 
in knowledge of every science. — Ailbe, daughter of Aedh 
Mag Uidhir, a woman that betook herself and her pro- 
perty a yearbefore death to the mónaster^ of Lis-gabail, 
died on the 6th of the Ealends of December [Nov. 23]. — 
Donn, 8on oí Eogan, son of Aedh Mag Uidhir, was slain 
by Donchadh junior, son of Donchadh, son of the same 
Aedh, on the 5th of the Zalends of July [June 27]. 

(Li thÍB year wae born Catherine,^ daughter of Cathal 
[Mac Maghnusa] junior, on the feast of St. Patrick.) 

Xalends of Jan. on 5th feria, [24th of the moon,] a.d. 
1478. The baron of Delvin died this year (of the 
plague^): namely, Christopher, son of James, son of 
Bichard Nugent ; namely, the youth that was best of the 
Foreigners in his own time. — Great wind came after 
Christmas this year, whereby was destroyed much of the 
cattle of Ireland and whereby were broken down many of 
the monasteries and churches and houses throughout 
Lreland ín general. — Mac Rithbertaigh died this year : 
namelyy Cithruadh, the oDam of Mag Uidhir in poetry ; 
to wit, a prosperous, virtuons^ humane man and so on. — 
Ua Cobhthaidh, namely, Muircertach the Lame, died — 
Tadhg Ua Luinin the Fair died this year: to wit, an 
eminent physician and historian. — ^A great plague came 
in a ship to the harbour of £s-ruadh and that plague 
spread throughout Tir-ConaiU and in Fir-Manach and ín 
the Province^ in general. And many losees were caused 
to them and Mac-an-baird * of Tir-ConaiU, namely, 



[1477] 



[1478] 



trae ye«T). 

1478. » Plague, — Perhape that 
mentioned in the Bizth entrjr. 



« Promnce.—Of Ulster. 
'il/íw-aw-*aírrf.— See 1173, note 
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'Chipe-ConaiU, iDon, S^TW^^S» "o'hes t)i. — Copmac 
THaCs] Capfiíaig -00 fboca'b in blia'oain fi le clainn 
A97a TDiapmaDa an TDunaig Tries Cafijiíaig 7 le Coixmac, | 
mac 'Cai'Bs, mic Cofimaic: i-oon', mac íii§ T)ob' t^epfi 
eine£ vo bi 1 n-6fiinn 1 n-a aimrifi pein" 7 aiiaile. — CCn 
^iLla T)u8, mac bixiain, mic |:heiT)lim[€e] hUi 
Rai5illi|, T)*e5. — ^^illa-paDfiais', mac CCific ÍTlic Tna§- 
nufa, v'e^ in blia^ain fi, [OC.T).] 1478*. — hUa bpeirlen 
vhe^ in" blia'Bain fi', iT)on, 'Ca*^, mac Cosain hUi 
bpeiflen, ollam TnegUi'Biii fie bixeiéemnuf 7* peji ci^^i] 
ai'5e'5 co coiTXjenn'.— bicaiti" CCcai'5-upcaii\e D'eg, iT)on, 
'Comaf T)uB hUa Caifipíii, pefi eagna 7 cpabaT) 7 
apaile*. 

(A) (B) 

1nT)foigi"D T)o T)enam t)*(X>ó bp.ian, mac Tlemtiinn TTle^ 
osmajfnhatgamna'faLuéT^ TTlatsamna, t)o gabail Iq 
cigi ap. bfiian, mac TlemainT) hOCei^ 05 TTlog TTlaúgamna a 
TTíes TTlacsamna 7 cf.eéa cof,ai"6ecc cftéice. 
mopa T)o T)enum t)0. Ocuf bpian pein vo gabail a TX)f\ai- 
•5e6T; nacjieici. 

6mann, mac UiUiam abai'^^ mic efpuic*" Piapa[i]f, 
mic TTluifif aifciT)eocain, D'hej 3 lT)Uf Ocix)bfif\ — 
íliall fUor5, mac° CCe^a leié* hUi ÍTlancain* (6^ ílonaf 
TTlaiicii^) 7 a' ben, iT)on*, ílualai€, injen CCinniiiaf hUi 
T)poma, T)*he5' in blia'5ain f 1' (3^ t^alenT^af CCpf ilif^). — 
bafiiT^uB, in^en eogain hUi phialain^ ben Concobui]\ 
hUi bfieiflen, T^'heg' in blia'^ain fi". — TkA^ mac Cacail 
T)UiB, mic CCe'5a, T^'heg 3 ílonaf CCpixilif*. — ftifT)eapT)*, 

1478. (-<t m. (with marlu oorresponding to others on this part of 
column), t. h., A; om., B. *»*'»an efptiic ITIes tli'6i|i, mofvciitif efc — 
ofththiihop Mag Uidiry died, B. * = 1476 ^. íJom., A. ^•o'he^ i'oon, 
ad., B. ^-^ = 1465 i. (The end oí the last entrj hat one ÍB illegible in 
the [A] MS.) 

* Emasculaied. — '* Blinded, " 1 saj that *' they ahoold not have 
F. M.; which forced 0'Donoyan to I subfetituicd •DaUcró for the f boéa^ 



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Godfrej, died of it. — Cormac Síag Carthaígli was emascu- 
lated * this year by the sons of Diarmaid Mag Carthaigh 
of the Keep and by Cormac, son of Tadhg, son of 
Cormac : to wit, the son of a king that was best in hospi- 
tality that was ín Ireland in his own time and so on. — 
The Black Gillie, son of Brian, son of Feidh- 
lim[idh] Ua Raighilligh, died. — Gilla-Padraig, son of Art 
Mao Maghnusa, died this year, [a.d.] 1478. — Ua Breislen 
died this year ; namely, Tadhg, son of Eogan Ua Breislen, 
ollam of MagUidhir in jurisprudence and a man that 
kept a general guest-house. — The vicar of Achadh-urcaire 
died : namely, Thomas TJa Cairpri the Blacky a man of 
erudition and piety and so on. 

(B) 



[1478] 



Brian, eon of Redmond Mag 
Mathgamna, was captured by 
Aedh MagMathgamnajunior 
in pursuit of a prey. 

And Brian 



An inroad was made by 
Aedh Mag Mathgamha junior 
into theLucht-tíghi^ on Brian, 
son of Eedmond Mag Math- 
gamna and great forayR were done by him. 
himself was captured in pursuit of the prey. 

Edmond, son of abbot William, son of Bishop Pierce, 
son of archdeacon Maurice,^ died on the 3rd of the Ides 
[13th] of October. — Niall the Red, son of Aedh Ua Man- 
chain the Grey, and his wife, namely, Nualaith, daughter 
of Andrew Ua Droma, died this year (on the 3rd of the 
Ealends of April [March 30]). — Barrdubh, daughter of 
Eogan Ua Fialain, wif e of Concobur Ua Breislen, died 
this year. — Tadhg, son of Cathal the Black, son of Aedh 
[Mac Maghnusa], died on the 3rd oí the Nones [3rd] of 



of the moie andent annala *' (iy. 
1106). 

« ( A).— Copied by the F. M. 

• Luchi'tighi. — FoVc of Jiouse : 
i.e. bonnd to contribute to sapport 
the cbief 8 hooBehold ; thence (o/. 



1263, n. 3, «t<p.), the territorj oocu- 
pied on this condition. Here, 
Longhtj (anglicieed f orm of Lueht- 
^HfhCjf in bar. and co. of Monahan. 
"^ Mauriee. — Haguire; aroh- 
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mac emuinn, mic tlin>®«n'o bumllefi, x>o maribcr& le 
Pinsein iiua^, mac pngein ÍTlic 5^Ua-paT)fiai]5, i^ n- 
•Dopuf ciUe Cainnií. — 'Sa!' íflia'5ain fi vo gaba'D TTlac 
ÍHagnufa, iDon, Caíal 05'. . . — Ocuf'' plai'b mofi afi 
8ena*-ínic-ína§nura o" pogTÍiap na bliorbna ya Beof"'. 

]CaL lan. ui. p., [U* u.',] CCnno *Oomini ÍH." cccc.*" 
laxc** loc'' Coja*^ moji ecep hUa íleiU 7 hUa n-*Oom- 
naiU in blia^am fi 7 clann CCiíit: hUi íleiU vo i>uL a 
'Cif-ConaiU th) coja'b afi hUa íleiU 7 T)iébala mofia 7)o 
T)enaTh arofjia. hUa íleiU vo t)uI af innfoiJi'B a 'Cifi- 
ConaiU 7 cfeaca mof a vo íabaifT: leif ConaUaiB 7' 

clainn CCifT; vó'n ruf Uf fin^ — CCiffpic, injen emaínn*, 
mic Comaif** ÍHe^ Ui'Bip, T^'heg, iT)on, ben Caippfi, mic 
CCe'fia hUi MeiU: iT)on^ fai tíina ^an uifefbai'5^ — 
bpian, mac Pei['&]lim[íe] hUi WeiU, vo gabail leif 
hUa NeiU (iT)on', enfi') in** blia^ain fi^ 7 a' lejan 
amac ap if 7 f uafluic€i mop a vo buain af' -f a T)iaf 
mac vo bfai5T)ib caififi fOf. Ocuf bfian t)0 t)uI a 
cenn hUi TDomnaiU vo coca* af hUa WeiU apif^ — 
piafUf, mac Nicolaif hUi phlannagain'— neo£ vo bi 1 
n-a Éananac cofia'5 i^ Clocaip, i^ n-a pejifun 7 1 n-a 
ppioif Cheilé^ n-T)e 7 1 n-a facjiifDa i^ n-T)aitíi-inif 7 

1 n-a oífficet* af loc-eifne — T^'heg" in blia'5ain fi — 
iT)on, macath fubaÍTOc, T)aennaccac, T)ei5ein?5 7 fai 
cleif i| — af m-bpei€ bua*a T)oman 7 'BeTÍion*7 afail^- 

1478. »a,B. »-» = l434«'°». 

1479. 'a, B. «-eD, B. «onpl-, A. •••=1461»^. »>-»» om., B. «i-oon, 
tnag Ui'óirx, itL, t. h., B ; om., A. <» = «. •^itl., t. h., A; i-oon, le 
h6n|ii, mac ^ogain— nam€/y, 6y Henry, son of Eogan — ^text, B. " paaf- 
taic6i mo|\a -00 btiain aff ia|\cain 7 a lej;an amaé— /ar^c rantomt wtre 
exacted from him q/Urwards and he wa$ liberated, B. R =1478 K *»=• 
1896«. 



8 Church of Cainnech, — Cell'Cain- 
nich; anglioÍBed Kilkenny, the 
oathedral oí whioh íb here intended* 



• jBy, ete, — See his obit under 
1480 (2nd entrj). 
1479. 1 Culd€es,^¥oT the sense 



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April. — Richard, son of Edmond, son of Ríchard Butler, [14.78] 
was killed by Fingin the Red, eon of Fingin Mac Gilla- 
Padraig, in the doorof the church of [St.] Cainnech.^ — 
In this year was seized Mac Maghnusa, namely, Gathal 
junior [by® permanent illnees ?] . . — ^And [there was] 
great plague in Senadh-Mic-Mughnusa in the Harvest 
of this year likewÍ8e. 

Salends of Jan. on 6th feria, [6th of the moon,] a.i>. [1*79] 
14.79. Great Jwar between Fa NeiU and Fa Donmaill 
this year and the sons of Art Fa Neill went into Tir- 
Conaill to war on Ua NeiU and great damages were done 
between them. Ua Neill went on an inroad into Tir. 
Cionaill and large prey8 were taken by him from the 
Conallians and f rom the sous of Art on that expedition. — 
Aifiic, daughter of Edmond, son of Thomas Mag Uidhír 
namelyy wife of Cairpre, son of Aedh TJa NeiU, died : to 
wit, a superior woman without defeci — Brian, eon of 
Fei[dh]lim[idh] TJa NeiU, was captured by Ua Neill 
(namelyy Henry) this year and he was let out again and 
large ransoms and his two sons as hostages of loyalty 
were exacted from him. And [nevertheless] Brian went 
to join Ua Domnail to war on Ua NeiU again. — Pierce, 
son of Nicholas Ua Flannagain — one who was canon 
choral in Clochar and parson and prior of Culdees ^ and 
sacristan * in Daim-inis and Official * over Loch-Eime : to 
wit, a virtuous, humane, truly hospitable man ^ and an 
eminent cleric — died this year, after gaining^ victory 



in whioh the tenn iB here employed, 
see ReeTes, Culdees {vbi sup,), p. 
132 Bq. (with note I, p. 216 sq.) ; 
f or the tenure bj the same indivi- 
dual of the Tarious offices ennmer- 
ated in the text, i3. Sect. VII., 
p. 140 sq. 



^Sacristan, — See 1 890,note 5, sup, 
« Oficial,—SeQ 1394, note 6, supra, 
*Man, — Literallj, ^outh, in the 
sense of the Latin/urenw. Cf. the 
note on Juvenis, Adamnan, p. 196. 
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— Pinn§uala'% in^en in aitici-Deocain (i7)on*, Bmonn, mac 
in Gfpuid) ÍHe^ tli'5i|i, iwn, ben T)oninaiU, mic Con- 
cobaiji hUi bfiGiflen, v'he^ 9 ]Calen'Dar ÍTlaficir. — Goin 
bocc hUa Capmuic "D'he^* lcalen'oir ílouembpir^ — 
rHaca* hUa ÍHailiiuanaig v'e^^ in blia*ain fi^ iT)on, 
ollam ceji'oa ÍHes Ui'Biii" — iDon^T^Jomaif oi's, mic 'Comaif 
moiíi — 7 peii ci§i ai'be'5 co coitx^inn in ÍTlaéa fin 7 fai 
oiíiceji'Da pof 7 apaile***. — Uicaf'D", mac Cmuinn a bufc, 
i'Don, ÍHac UiUiam l£TOpa£, x>o maixba* 'D'eafsoii in 
blia'5ain fi [a.T).] 1479". 

(tlic* nacuf efc CDuafDUf, piliuf Cap oli luuenif, in 
fefTO Sancui paqfiicii".) 

A97b[b.] lcaU lan. [ui]i. f., [L* acui.M anno TDomini m.'^cccc.'' 
lxxx.° ÍHas Ui'bif 'D'eg in^ blia'Bain fi*, i'Don, tíomaf 
OR, mac 'Comaif moip, mic pilib, mic' CCe'Ba f uai'B" : i'Don, 
pef 'DO bo mo 'Deific 7^ cfaba'5 7 eineac -00 bi 1 n-a 
aimpp fein^7 fof vo cofain a cjiiÉ aji'a coma|\fannaiB 
7 pefi 'DO cum'Dai^ T:empaiU 7 mainifqfieía 7 coili^- 
aipFpin'D 7 'DO bi 'fa Hoim ag a oiliípi 7 po* •5o a 
caéaiji Sanj Sem. Ocuf pa lan Cif e 7 CClba 'do clu in' 
Tx)maif fin. Ocuf a a^luca'b a ÍTlainifcif an Cabain, 
af TOja vo innci. — ÍHac ÍHagnuf [a] Vne^ Ui'biji •D'eg 
an' blia'5ain fi', i'Don, Cofial 05, mac CaCail moip, mic 
5iUa-paq[iai5*' (i'Don', an 5^^^« bui'5e') rHic^ 
Tllagnufa, iwn, bjiugai'^ x>ob' peffi th) bi a n-efiinn 1 
B 90d n-a aimfiTi pein. Ocuf pa lan | Gif e 7 CClba th) clu an 

1479. *•»= 1894 K M 1379«-«. "-1379 h. 1 =:U66 ^. "»=1476^. 
»n = 1399 «**<*. ^t m., n. t. h., A ; om., B. 

1480. lon.A. '1X1,3. »an,B. •^=1461«^. »»ora., B. «-«.mesUiTOTi. 
B. ^ om., A. • A h. that re-iiiked p&rts of A put 7 over the original afx : the 
latteriBplainljdifloemible, A; a|i,B. "= \ «^ = 1403«. 



• Poor.— See 1469, note 11, supra, 1 1480. ^ St. Jamts. — See 1428, 
7 That ifcepí.— literallj, 0/. I note 2, 



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from world and from demon. — Fingliuala, daughter of the [1479] 
Archdeacon (namely, Edmond, son of the bishop) Mag 
Uidhir, that is, tbe wife of Domnall, son of Conchobar 
Ua BreÍBlen^ died on the 9tb of the Xalends of Marcb 
[Feb. 21]. — Owen Ua Carmuic the Poor® died on 
the Xalenda [Ist] of November. — ^Matthew Ua Mailruan- 
aigh, namely, son of Thomas junior, son of Thomas Mor 
died this year : to wit, the master-wright of Mag Uidhir 
and a man that kept^ a general guest-house and an 
eminent gold-wright lifcewise [was] that Matthew and so 
on. — ^Richard, son of Edmond de Burgh, namely, the 
Lower [northern] Mac William, was killed by a fall this 
year [a.d.] 1479. 

(In this year was bom Edward, son of Cathal [Mac 
Maghnusa] junior, on the f east of St. Patrick.) 

Kalends of Jan. on 7th feria, [16th of the moon,] a.d. M^go-i 
1480. Mag Uidhir died this year, namely, Thomas 
junior, son of Thomas Mor, son of Philip, son of Aedh 
the Red : to wit, a man who was of the greateat charity 
and piety and ho8pitality that was in his own time and a 
man that defended his territory against its neighbours 
and a man that made churches and monasteries and Mass 
chalices and was [once] in Bome and twice at the city of 
St James^ on his pilgrimage. And fuU were Ireland 
and Scotland of the f ame of that Thomas. And he was 
buried in the monastery of Cavan, having chosen^ [to be 
buried] in it. — Mac Maghnusa Mag Uidhir died this year, 
namely, Cathal junior, son of Cathal Mor, son of GiUa- 
Padraig (that is the tawny Gillie) MacMaghnusa: 
to wit, the brughaidh^ who was the best that was in 
Ireland in his own time. And full were Ireland and 
Scotland of the fame of that CathaL And he died after 

• Having chosen, — Literallj, qfier i in O'Currj, Man, and Cut.^ s. v. 
seltction hy Atm. | Brugad, 

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Coíail fin. Ocuf** a es lafi m-buai* Onséa 7 ai€|ii|i 
7 afiaile^ (in* ui^ilia Waauiracip lohanmr bapctfcaeO. 
— ÍTlasnuf fiuo* hUa T)omnaill x>o ríiariba* le clainn 
Pei['5]linii'&[eJ fiiaBaig hlli TDomnaiU. — hUa Meill vo 
•bul afi innfoiéTB a 'Citi-Conaill 7 lotfc€i mof a 7 t)i§- 
bala im'Ba vo (no*, leif^). — hlla T)omnaiU t)o •5ul ap 
innfoi|i'5 a Cinel-pefa'Sail*' 7 clann CCipi; hUi MeiU 7 
clann phei['5]lim[€e] hUi NeiU 1 n-a faffa*. Ocuf 
cpeaca mopa vo "Benum t)OiB ap íllac CaÉmaiU bp lan^ 
mac 'Coipp'oeUaié páai'o, ma[i]c** hUi WeiU (iT)on', 
Cnp i'), T>o map ba'B leo 7 mac Hlic Caémail, iT>on, Semaf 
ÍHac Caéiíiail, t)0 mapboB leo^ Ocuf cuit) t>o clainn 
hUi íleiU 7 ÍHac Caímail v'a leanríiain 7 eogan, mac 
MeiU, mtc CCifT: hUi WeiU, vo mafba'5 leo, iT>on, fai 
cinn-fe'5na 7" apaile"*. — Remonn piaBaf, mac T)uinn, 
mic Con-Connacu ÍHes Ui^^ip, T^'ej in blia'5ain fi, iT)on, 
pepf beoga, T>aena£cac, lCalenT)if CCu5Ufc[i]. — TTlac 
5iUi-phinnein vej; in blia'^ain fi^ (fcilicec* 10 ]Cal- 
enT)af TTlapciiO> i'oon, 'Cq'^s, mac bpiain ÍTlic 5^Ui- 
pmnein : iT>on, caifec" po' bo beo'^a 7 pob* pefp r;ec 
n-ai'^e* 1 n-a comfosuf'. — eogan hUa T)omnaiU t>o 
mapba'^ le clainn Meccain hUi TDomnaiU a Cluain- 
lae§ in' blia'5ain fi', 7 eogan caec, mac ÍTlagnufa hUi 
ConcoBaif, t>o mafba'5 fapif" ann** 7 mac CoipfT>eUai| 
caffaié hUi Concobuip t>o gabail ann. Tlu§fai'5e, mac 
Ru^ai'5i*, mic Weccain hUi TDomnaiU, t>o map ba'^ le 
clainn NeiU hUi T)omnaiU ap a[n] coga'^ cecna. — hUa 
T)omnaiU t>o gabail coinne pe clainn Meccain 7 pe 
Conn hUa MeiU fa caiflen na pinne 7 fi€ T)o '^enum 
T>oib fie' Éeile' 7 ranufcecT; Cipe-ConaiU T)o T^abaipT: 
T^'eigneacan hUa T)omnaiU — Copmac, mac mic** CCipc 
Cuile TTles Ui-^ip, T>*e5 in' blia'^ain fi'. — pilib piaBac 

1480. *-e,B. >»>»=1444*». "itl., n. t h., A; om.,B. H = M(leiffor 
00, in text,B.). kT:i|\.eo5ain, B. » = 1396«. m-ni^d, i» Tntiinnci|ve- 
peoDaóoin (gen.), ad., B. «^ann, i n-a paixixa-D — there, in his CQmpany, B. 



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TÍctorj of Fnction and penance (on the vigil* of the [1480] 
Nativitv of John the Baptist) and so on. — Maghnus Tla 
Domnaill the B^d was slain by the sons of Feidhlimidh 
Fa Domnaill the Swarthjr. — TJa NeiU went on an inroad 
into Tir-ConaiU and great burnings and many injuries 
[were done] by him. — TJa DomnaiU went on an inroad 
into Cenel-Feradhaigh and the sons of Art Ua NeiU and 
the sons of FeidhUmidh IJa NeiU [were] in his companj. 
And great raids were done by them on Mac CathmaU. 
Brian, son of Toirdelbach the Red, son of Ua NeiU 
(namely, Henry) was slain by them and the son of Mac 
Cathmail, namel^, James Mac CathmaU, waa slain by 
them. And some of the sons of Ua NeiU and Mac Cath- 
maUI foUowed them and Eogan, son of NiaU, son of Art 
Ua NeiU, namely, an eminent leader, was slain by them 
and 80 on. — Redmond the Swarthy, 8on of Donn, son of 
Cu-Connacht Mag Uidhir, died tbis year on the Salends 
[Ist] of August : to wit, a spirited, humane man. — Mac 
GUIa-Finnein, namely, Tadhg, son of Brian Mac Gilla- 
Finnein, died this year (that is, on the lOth of the Xalends 
of March [Feb. 21] : to wit, the chief that was the most 
spirited and kept the best guest-house in hís vicinity. — 
Eogan Ua DomnaiU was slain this year by the sons of 
Nechtain Ua DomnaiU in Cluain-laegh^ and Eogan 
Blind[-eye], son of Maghnus Ua Concobhair, was slain 
with them there and the sons of Toirdelbach Carrach Ua 
Concobuir tuken there. Rughraidhe, son of Rughraidhe, 
son of Nechtain Ua DomnaUl, was slain by the sons of 
NiaU Ua DomnaUl on tbe same war. — Ua DomnaUl held 
a meeting with the sons of Nechtain and with Conn Ua 
NeiU at the castle of the [river] Finn and peace was made 
by them with each other and the tanistship of Tir-ConaiU 
given to Eignechan Ua DomnaiU. — Cormac, grandson of 

* FigiL — Thimdaj, Jane 23. 1 calves ; Clonleigh, near Lifford, co. 

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ÍTlac CCíhlaini ÍHes U^'Siíi (i'ooti', cenn cuibpinn a[íi] a 
pine pein in pilib fin') x) ej in' blia'bain fi'. — CCtic, mac 
Ru§|\ai'5e ÍHes íllar5amna,'D0 mafiba'B ají •oefie'b ctiei& 
(oi'5ce') vo fiinne pein ifna peDaiB, i'oon, a pefiann Con- 
Ula*, mic a:e'5a hUi NeiU. — Cosa'B, moji an blia*ain 
fi ecep clainn CCe'Ba t\uai'5 Tne^ ÍTlaí^amna 7 clainn 
Uemuinn ÍHes ÍHaÍEamna 7 cpefa mofux 'oo •oenum aji 
ctoinn Remainn 7 a c-cuji ifin m-bjieipne 1 cenn hUi 
UaigiUil'. — Peti^al mac Goca^a v'e^, i'oon, fai piix 
A97o •oana. — | hUa heosufa v*e^ in* blia'Bain fiS iT)on, 
CCenguf, mac 8eaain hUi Gogufa, i-oon, fai fiii TMina 
7' foslainnn 7 piii liubaiji 7 af aile . — Cumufc^ cf o*a** 
eTOf clainn Cmain'D a bufic 7 clainn UicaipT) a bufic 7 
bfife'5 T)o'cuf'af clainn Omuinn 7 mac ÍHic T^ubgaiUl 
na hCClban vo maixba'B ann T)*en uficuji fai§De, iT)on, 
CoUa, mac ÍHic** TDub^ailU Ocuf TDaibií ÍHac-in-oif- 
Éinnig 7 T)aine maiíi aiLi vo mafba* ann. 

(A) 

8lua| 5«U vo cecT; a 'Cif-eosam in' blia'feain f 1' le 
Conn hUa íleiU fo caifoel Sheaain bui'&e hUi NeiU: 
iT)on, lafla CiUe-T)afa, pef inaiT) fi5 8axan a n-6finT) 
7 ^oiU na ÍHi'Be. Ocuf 8eaan bui'6e f ein vo hez *fan 
£aifT)el 7 an caiflen vo con^bail vo T)'ainnT)eoin in 
T;-fluai§. Ocuf an flua§ T)*im€ecT; 7 Seaan bui'Be vo 
"Benum fi€t fif hUa WeiU 7 afaile. 

(B continues after n-6f inT) :) 

Ocuf a zecz fa caiflen 8eaain bui'Be hUi WeiU 7 
8eaan bui'be f ein vo consbail in catflein T)'a n-ainT)eoin. 
Ocuf in fluag (etc, as ín A). 

1480. »-j5, A. P = 1 383 *•*. <i «do tabairxc— »« giveny ad. , B. 



• Few8 — See 1462, note 6. 

^ MacEoehadha, — anglioised Mac 
Keogh. See O'D.'s note (iy. 1114). 

^Rout WU8 put.^JjitGnXLj f itwa8 
broJtm, 

• Mac'in-oirchinnigh, — Son of tht 



herenagh ; Anglioieed Mac Nerheny. 

^l)eputy. — To the Viceroj, 
Biohard, Dake of York. His oom- 
mÍBSion was renewed in 1481, Gil- 
bert, Viceroffi, p. 407 eq. 

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Art Mag Uidhir of Cuil, died this jrear. — ^Philip Mac [1480] 
ATnhlaím Mag Fidhir the Swarthjr (to wit, tribe-head of 
hÍ8 own ilk [was] that PhiUp) died this year. — Art, son 
of Hughraidhe Mag Mathgamna, was slain in the rear of 
a (night) foray that he made himself in the Fewe,® namely, 
in the territory of Cu-Uladh, son of Aedh Ua NeiU. — 
Ghreat war this year between the sons of Aedh Mag Math- 
gamna the Eed and the sons of Eedmond Mag Math- 
gamna and great raids were made on the sons of Eedmond, 
who were forced into the Breifne, to the protection of 
[Torlough] Ua RaighiUigh. — ^Fergal Mac Eochadha,^ 
namely, an eminent poet, died. — Ua hEoghusa, namely, 
Aenghus, son of John Ua hEoghusa, that is, an eminent 
poet and teacher and booldsh man, died this year and so 
on. — A spirited encounter [took place] between the sons 
of Edmond de Burgh and the sons of Richard de Burgh 
and rout was put^ on the sons of Edmond and on the son 
of Mac Dubgaill of Scotland, namely, Colla, son of Mac 
DubgaiU. was slain there with one shot of an arrow. 
And David Mac-in-oirchinnigh® and many other good 
persons were slain there. 

A host of Foreigners went into Tir-Eogain this year 
with Conn Ua NeiU, against the castle of John Ua NeiU 
the Tawny : to wit, the Earl of Xfldare, deputyii of the 
king of the Saxons in Ireland and the Foreigners of 
Meath. And John the Tawny was himself in the oastle^<> 
and the castle was held by him in despite of the host. 
And the host went away and John the Tawny made 
peace witb Ua NeiU and so on. 

(B continues after Ireland:) 
And they came against the castle of John Ua NeiU the Tawny 
and John the Tawny himself held the oastle in their despite. 
And the host {etCj as in A). 

(fifteenth entrj of 1500, infra) ; Ein- 1 For the rationale, see O'D. íy. 1254 
nard, doae to Caledon, oo. Tjrone. I sq. 

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ofiMaLoc uUroíi. 



Seaan ÍTlac 5^lla-phinnein, it)on', mac bjiiain ÍHic 
^illa-phinnein' 7 rpi pifi ves vo muinnnii cloinni'* 
Opiain, mic pilib ÍTles \l\^\\i, vo mafiba* og bealac- 
hUi-ílliéigen® le clainn hUi Ruaipc, iT)on, clann 'Ci§e|i- 
nain, mic 'Cai'bs, mic' 'Ciseixnain' hUi Uuaific, iDon, le** 
Ciéeiinan 7 le^ bfiian fiua*, 11 . ^Calen'oar ÍHapcii^ — 
SoixCa, ingen Con-Connact:, mic' TDonncai'B' ÍHes ÍTlaé- 
jamna, i'oon, ben caifig ÍTluinnciixi-peo'Dacain , iT)on, 
ben* T>)míiT)elbai|, mic bpiain ÍHic 5^lli-phinnen, 
obiiT:* 6 tcalenDap CCusurui*. — TTlas ibhpaT^aig", iT)on, 
'Coipft'BealBac pua5, mac Copmaic, mic T)onncai'5 ÍTlhes 
bpaT^ail, ve^ in blia'Bain f i^ 

B 9ia ]caL lan. 11. p., [L* acx.uii.M CCnno TDomini TTl. 0000.** 
Ixocx. 1.° bpian, mac pei['D]lim[€e] hUi flai|iUi§, 
T)'he5 in** blia'Bain |i**: iT)on, cenn T^aríí 7 T^eopa'B 7 nec 
I^o^ bo mo aicne 7 einec 7 cec*' n-ai'Be'5" t)0 bí 1 n-a 
aimfiii pein , a ej laix m-buai'b Onséa 7 aiípige^— 
'CoiiiiiT^elbac, mac pilib, mic 'Comaif TTles Ui'Biix, t)0 
maiiba* in blia'Bain fi (|X)ilicer;*, in cpafnno SancTn 
Ppancifci, fcilicec, 3 Monaf Occobpif*), a peall i' n-a 
caiflen p ein', le TDonnca* 05, mac TDonncai'B, mic CCe'5a 
ÍTles Ui-^ip: iT)on, mac uiff i§ ixob' peff eineC 7 cennuf- 
fea'5na 7 fob' f epix ai€ne af jac ela5ain 7 fo bo mo 
rucfi' 7 if mo i^o^ cennaig T)0 "^an T)0 bi i^ n-6pinn 1 n-a 
aimfiii pein in 'CoiffT^elbac fin. Ocuf pa bponac eigfi 
7 ollamain Gfienn uile 1 n-a T)iai§. Ocuf a aT)luca'5 a 
ÍTlainifT^iIi *0uin-na-n5all laf xx)^a vo innx^i. 

(A) 
Co5a'5 mof t) eif 51 in blia'5ain fi a Cif-eogain erefi 

1480. «-i'óein, B. »'=1445 . " niic Silla-Phinnem (g.), ad., B. 
t-t = 1470*. «=1475k. 

1481. 1t)o, B. «a,B. •*«., A,B. »>-»»om.,B. T>eTic— ^^í^, B, 
*-<>=148§". ♦*acaiflen Tx)itit\'Delbaié pein— ín the castle of ToirdcU 
hach himelf—aiteT CCexHX ÍTIes tli'ói|\ B. icinnlaicéi— o/ bestotc^d, B. 



1» Thirteen.-'" Thirtj," O'D. (iv. 
1115). 
^*The8onaof,—Omitteáyib, The 



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Jolin Mac Gilla-Finnein, namelv, son of Brian Mac [1480] 
GiUa-Finnein, and tliirteen^^ of the people of the sons^ of 
Brian, sonofPhilip Mag Uidhir, were slaín at Bealach- 
Ui-Míthighen^* on fche 2nd of the Xalends of March 
[Feb. 29] by the sons of Ua Ruairc, that is, by Tighernan 
and by Brían the Red, naraely, sons of Tighernan, son of 
Tadhg, son of Tigheman Ua Ruairc. — Sorcha, daughter 
of Cu-Connacht, son of Donchadh Mag Mathgamna, 
nimely, wife of the chief of Muint^r-Peodachain, that is, 
wife of Toirdelbach, son of Brían Mac Gilla-Finneín, died 
on the 6th of the Xalends of -August [July 27]. — Mag 
Bradaigh, namely, Toirdelbach the Red, son of Oormac, 
son of Donchadh Mag Bradaigh, died this year. 

Kalends of Jan. on 2nd feria, [27th of the moon,] a.d. [1481] 
1481. Brían, son of Feidhlimidh Ua BraighiUigh, died 
this year : to wit, [protecting] head of [bardic] bands and 
mendicants and the one who had the greatest knowledge 
and hospitality and guest-house that was in his own tima 
He díed af ter victory of Unction and penance. — ^Toirdel- 
bach, son of Philip, son of Thomas Mag Uidhir, was slain 
this year (namely, on the morrow of [the feast of] St. 
Francis, that is, the 3rd of the Nones [5th] of October) in 
treachery in his own castle by Donchadh junior, son of 
Donchadh, son of Aedh Mag Uidhir : to wit, the son of a 
8ub-king that was best in hospitality and leadership and 
that had best knowledge of every science and was best 
in intelligence and most bought of bardic composition 
that was in Ireland in his own time [was] that Toirdel- 
bach. Ajid sad were the erudite and oUams of all Ireland 
after him. And he was buríed in the monastery of Dun- 
na-Gall, having chosen [to be buried] in it. 

(A) 
Qreat war arose this year in Tir-Eogain between [the] 

^* Bealach'Ui-MitJUghen. — Pass \ par. of Rossinver, oo. Leitrim 
o/ Ua Mithighen ; BaUaghmeehin, I (O'D. iy. 917, 1116). 

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hlla Meill 7 8eaan btii'Be hlla Meilt Ocuf cUmíi CC^fíZ 
hUi Meill 7 clann phei['&]lini[«e] hUi Meill vo be« 1 
n-a|ai'& hlli Neill afi in co^a* fin. Ocuf clann CL^x^z 
vo 'Denum c|iei6i ati clainn hlli Weill^ clann hlli WeiU 
vo 'oenum cpeici, no a t)o, a\i Sheaan m-bui'Be. Ocuf 
A^97d clonn 8heaain "D'a lenmuin | 7 CCe-B, mac Coéail, mic 
Pei['5]linii'5[e] hUi Concobuiti, t)o mafiba'b "0015 7 mac 
?5illa-paT;pai5 mic Caémail 7 'oaine aili na£ aifiimr;e|i 
funn. 

(B) 

CCe-ó, mac Catail, mic pheiT)limte hlli Concoboip. 7 mac 
55itla-phaD|iai5 TTlic Cacmaeil "00 mafiboT^ le cloinn v- 
Sheaain btii'óe hlli Meill in blia-óain fi. 

hUa hOCnluain t)0 mafba'5 in* blia'&ain fi' le clainn 
OCe^a hUi NeiU: iT)onN pei'5Lim[i'6] hUa hCCnluamN 
iT)on, fai cinn-fe'5na. — THac Conmi'5e ve^ iT)on, Con- 
cobuf f ua'S, iT)on, fai fii\ T)ana 7 fosluinnn^g] 7 oiT)e. — 
TTIac an u-ShaBaif i§ t)o gabail le Conn, mac CCe'5a bui-^e, 
iT)on, paqfiai^ 8at5aif 7 a 'SaUa* 7 a fboca** annfo* 
laim fin. — Caíaii\ Caemanac, iT)on, mac TTlic TTlufC(r5a, 
T)o mapba'5 le>fin CunT)ae Riabaig. — 8laine, injen hUi 
bfiain, iT)on, ben TTlic UiUiam Clainni-fticaifT) — iT)on*, 
peicem coiccenn t)o T)amaib Btxenn 7 CClban 7^ ben voV 
fofif T)epc 7 T)aenacT; t)0 bi 1 n-a haimfit^** — a hej laf 
m-bf ei€ bua'^a o^ T)oman 7 o '^eman^ — Conn, mac hUi 
WeiU (iT)onN Cnfi''), t)0 gabail le Clainn-CCe'5a-bui'5e 
hUi NeiU in^ blia5ain fi** 7 « TObaifT; lUaim hUi 
TDomnaiU. — Cu-Connacr; mac Seaain, mic Con-Connacc 
ÍTle^ Ui'5ip, obiic^ 7^ lT)Uf lanuafn^ — ^pei'5lim[i'5], mac 
T)uinn, mic Con-Connacc, mic pilib na« T;uai'5e', 
mic*' CCe'5a fuai'5 TTle^ Ui'5if,T)'he5 in'* blia'^ain fi im 
feil CfOf^ — ^giUa-paTíf ai5 íiua*^ mac** UiUiam, mic in 

1481. 'fpo-, B. *ipTi, B. *-é, A. »Kom., A. »»»»after p, B. iom., B. 
W cntTViÉe— o//)€»fln(jc, B. "=1392^. 

1481. » Co. Wexford.^See 1414, 1 ' Ua ^naín.— Conor, kmg of 
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Ua NeiU and John Fa Neill the Tawnjr. And the sons of [1481] 
Art Fa Neill and the sons of FeidhHmdh IJa NeiU were 
against Ua Neill on that war. And the sons of Art made 
a raid on the sons of Oa NeiU and the sons of Ua Neill 
made a raid, or two, on John the Tawny. And the sons 
of John pursued them and Aedh, son of Cathal, son of 
Feidhlimidh Ua Concobuir and the son of Gilla-Padraig 
Mac Cathmail and other persons that are not reckoned 
here were slain by them. 

(B) 

Aedh, son of Cathal, son of Feidhlmiidh Ua Oonohobuir 
and the son of GiUa-Padraig Mac Oathmail were slain by the 
sons of John Ua NeiU the Tawny this year. 

Ua hAnluain was slain this year by the sons of Aedh 
Ua NeiU : namely Feidhlimidh Ua hAnluain, to wit, an 
eminent leader. — Mac Conmidhe died, namely, Concobur 
the Red ; to wit, an eminent poet and scholar and pre- 
ceptor. — The son of Savage, namely, Patrick Savage, was 
taken by Conn, son of Aedh [Ua NeiU] the Tawny and 
bUnded and emasculated ín that captivity. — Cathair 
Cavanagh, namely, son of Mac Murchadha, was slain by 
[the men of] Co. Wexford.^ — Slaine, daughter of Ua 
Briain,^ namely, wif e of Mac WiUiam of Clann-Ricaird — 
to wit, a general protector of the [bardic] bands of 
Ireland and Scotland and a woman who was of best 
charity and humanity that was in her time — died after 
gaining victory from world and from demon. — Oonn, son 
of Ua NeiU (namely, Henry), was taken by the Clann- 
Aedha-buidhe* Ui NeUl this year and given into the 
handsof Ua DomnaUl. — Cu-Connacht, son of John, son 
of Cu-Connacht Mag Uidhir, died on the 7th of the Ides 
[7th] of January. — Feidhlimidh, son of Donn, son of Cu- 
Connacht, son of PhiUp Mag Uidhir of the [battle-] 
axe, son of Aedh the Red, died this year about the feast* 



» aann - Aedha - buidhe. — See i * FeaeL—hLe^j 8. 
[1319], note 7. 



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278 (jCMNccla ulocoh. 

-Oesanoig mail^ (i'oonS T)oínnalU) hlli eosain, 'o'hes 
m** blia'bain fi 3 l'ouf lanuaiiii**. — Cotiniac, mac an abai'o 
Vne^ Ui'&if*, iT)on^ mac Tx)niaif, mic íHuifif aifci-De- 
acain^ vq^ i""* blia'bain fi^— niaelniiíig'^hUa CaifiT)e 
'o'es in^* btia5ain fi'^r— Semuf", mac maeilitv THic 
Oif ibeafT:, T)0 niafb(r5 le ^efoiT), mac ©muinn |eancai§ 
mic Oif ibeafr;, a f eall in* bliff5ain fi'^ 

]CaU lan. 111. f., [l* ix.*,] CCnno TDomini m.** cccc^ 
lxxx.° 11.° Conn, mac CCe'fea bui'be hlli Weill, T^'heg in 
blia*ain fi^ iT)on, fai cinn-fe'ona 7 cenn cofanTO 7 
co5ai'& an 00101-5 7 feiceríi coiccenn vo cliafaiB efenn 
7 CClban, a 05 laf m-buai-o aiéfige^ — mufca'5, mac 
'Cai'^s meg Haénaill (iT)on^ mac Ra^aill'*), vo maf- 
ba5 T)'en Ufcuf fOigDi. — Onfi, mac Con-Ula'5, mic' 
ae^a, mic eo^ain hUi Weill, vo mafba* le SallaiC 
in' efcoce'.— OCfiT;, mac T)onncai'5 m 05 U 1^5111, T^'eg 
'fa' blia'5ain fi". — maelmof^a, mac Cacail hUi Rai§- 
iUi§, T)0 mafba'5 le clainn €€0-5^ hUi RaigiUi§ in' bli- 
a*ain [fi]S iT)on , peti eimé 7 egnuma 7 fai cmn-fe^na 
San uitiefbai'5. Ocuf clann CCe'5a hUi Rai|iUi§ vo 
íoct: afatv afiif afi fié'. Ocuf clann Carail T)Snnfoi&'5 
of t^a^ 7 T^ec T)o ^abail otvr^a 7 va mac OCe*a (iT)on*, peil- 
im^i*] 7 CaíaV) t)0 mafba* 7 T)amac pheií-^^lim^íe], | 
B9ib mic 0Ce'5a 7 motian vo maiíib a mumnntve fatiu^— 
bi\ian, mac peií-^Ílim^íe], mic eo^am, mid UeiU 015» hUi 
í1eiU,T)0 matvbo* m'blia'Sam fi'le heogan^ mac Cuinn, 
mic CCe*abui'5ehUi' WeiU 7 le flicc^ Cntii aimtiei'5: 
iT)on, f ai cmn-f eT)na 7 nec voV yie\i\i emec 7 egnum 7 
if mo tu)* cennais T)uain 7 if mo t)0 t^igne vo ctieÉaiB 
coicftic T)o bí 1 n-a aimptv m' bi\ian fin'. Ocuf benn- 

1481. í-i = 1403 M. "*™ = 1394 H n-n=m.m (but in another h., A). 

1482*. *.5i,A. >T)0, B. •■*«., A,B. »»om.,B. ^.0=^ =»-<í=1892b. 
•mac, son A. "= 1394". 8Kom., A. *» ap, dcnnn OCffoa wfiif^on the 
sons of Aedh again, B. «=1463^»^. Mhtli Meilt (redundant), B. 

= M. ctoinn , B. "* -oo 'bcsxi—of poetíry, B. 



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of [Holy] Cross. — GiUa-Patraig the Red, son of WilKam, [148 ij 
son of the Bald [rural] Dean^ (namely, Domnall) Ua 
Eogain, died this year on the 3rd of the Ides [llth] of 
January. — Cormac, son of the Abbot Mag Uidhir, namely, 
son of Thomas, son of Maurice the Archdeacon,^ died this 
year. — Maelmithigh Ua Caiside died tbís year. — James, 
son of Meyler Mac Herbert, was slain in treachery this 
year by Garret, son of Edmund Snub-nose Mac Herbert. 

Ealends of Jan. on 3rd feria, [9th of the moon,] a.d. [1482] 
1482. Conn, son of Aedh Ua Neill the Tawny, died this 
year: to wit, an eminent leader and head of protection 
and war of the Province and general guarantor to the 
[bardic] troops of Ireland and Scotland. He died affcer 
victory of penance. — Murchadh, son of Tadhg Mac Ragh- 
naill (namely, [the] Mac Haghnaill), was slain by one 
shot of an arrow. — Henry, son of Cu-Uladh, son of Aedh, 
son of Eogan Ua Neill, was slain by Foreigners in 
Summer. — Art, son of Donchadh Mag Uidhir, died in this 
year. — Maelmordha, eon of Cathal Ua RaighiUigh, was 
slain by the sons of Aedh Ua Raighilligh this year : to 
wit, a man of hospitality and prowess and an eminent 
leader without defect. And the sons of Aedh Ua Raigh- 
illigh came into the country again,^ on peace [being made]. 
And the sons of Cathal made an inroad on them and a 
house was taken on them and two sons of Aedh (namely, 
Feidhlimidh and Cathal) and two sons of Feidlimidh, son 
of Aedh, and many of the worthies of their people with 
them were slain. — ^Brian, son of Feidlimidh, son of Eogan, 
son of Niall Ua líeill junior, was slain this year by Eogan, 
son of Conn, son of Aedh Ua Neill the Tawny and by the 
descendants of Henry the Turbulent: to wit, an 
eminent leader and one who was the best in hospitality and 

^ Dem.^See final entrj of 1414. i 1482. 1 Came—again,'-They had 
* ÁrchdecuoH, — See the f ourtli fled to avoid the f ate whioh after- 
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280 ccMMalcc tiLaroti. 

acc na heigp 7 na heta*na ai\ a anmuin 7 aiiaite.— I^ 
A 98a Ctioc naeA mitibuiteÉ vo rogbait Éinx) in btiabain p** 
aíi boti-D toca a m-baite-in-£uitinT) 7 pefiTO 7 mirtbui- 
tea5a mopa t)o 'Denani •61. — ^Donnca^, mac T)onncai'5, 
mic OCe*a me^ «1*111, an pei\ teyniariba5 'Coiixix'oeat- 
ba£, mac Pitib mes tli'&in, a peatt, 'do maiiba* 'o'en 
uricuix rai§Di.— hUa rílaet-Chonairie 'o'hes an" btia5ain 
ri", iT)on, UriariT), iT)onN rai 1 cteiTicecT;* 7 1 píl-^'&ecT;^ 7 
1 rencur.— Sitta-Ctxiro pai£, bicaiix 0Cirii5-brw)rcct*, 
v'he^ an^ btia5ain r^ : iT)on, ^a^ cteriifi 7 per^ ta^Q 
ai-BeaB r^e haimril^ paDa, iT)on, peri oct annor> 50 him- 
ftan (ObiiT;°, rciticer, x. lCatenT)ar THaii**)'. 

(hoc anno^in epcace nai;ur erc Corimacur» ptiur 
Carioti luuemr'. — ÍTlaiteactainnS mac br^iain, mic 
©muinn, mic 'Comair hUi per^sait, vo niaribcc5 te 
Uittiam ^ariB, mac muirxir» "^ic mic phiariuir T)atauun, 
mí r^e íloT)tui5, periia 5 7 te Laireac, mac Seaain hUi 
perigait, rciticoT; [OC.D.] 1482'). 

lCaL lan. 1111. p., [U* ocx.,*] CCnno T)oniini ÍH.** cccc.** 
txxx.** 111.** Crpuc CtoCairi T)'he5 an btia5ain r^^ iT)on, 
Ror, íTiac 'Comair 015 ÍHhes Ui'5ii\: iT)on, nea6 voV 
perxr^ e^na^ 7 cr^aba'5 7 cec* n-aifte'S 7 t)oV r®W* ai€ne 
ai\ 5a6 eata5ain v'a raini^ 1 n-a aimr^r^ Ocur a cr5- 
tuca'^ a T:eampatt CCcai'5-uri£air\e la^i TX)§a t)o ann. — 
Conn hUa^ Weitt T)'f uartuco^ an btia5ain r^^T^V crBairi 
7 T)'a bpairfiiB 7 in Conn r^n t)0 r^iécr^ ai\ 'Chiri-eosain 

1482. »-eacc, A. * aíTve-briorsa, A. ° = 1379»« . ^ = 1379 «•«. p-p 97d, 
f. m., n. t. h. (Latin), A ; om., B. q-<i=p-P on 98a, t. m. 

1483. 1 ea-, A. «-ea-, B. » O, A. »*bl., A, B. »» om., B. • le n-a— 
by his, B. 



^ Baile-in-ehuilinn. — Totm o/ the . ^Slain, — Seoondentrj of 1481. 
hoUif ; probablj, BaHinldllen, bar. * 40. — ^Mistaldng xL toit xi., the 

of Bojle, 00. Bosoommon. | F, M, read elevtn. 



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prowess and most bought of poetrj and did most of raids [1*82] 
of border-lands that was in his time [was] that Brian. 
And the benison of erudition and science on his soul and 
so on. — A marvellous Holy Cross appeared this year on 
the margin of a lake in Baile-in-chuillinn^ and great 
deeds and marvels were done by it — Donchadh, son of 
Donchadh, son of Aedh Mag Uidhir, the man by whom 
was slain^ Toirdelbach, son of Philip Mag TTidhir, in 
treachery, was slain by one shot of an arrow. — JJsl Mael- 
Conaire, namely, Urard, died this year: to wit, one 
eminent in clerical leaming and in poetry and in history. 
— GiUa-Crist OTiaich, vícar of Airech-brosca, died this 
year : to wit, an eminent cleric and a man that kept a 
guest-house for a long time, namely, f or 40* years, bounti- 
fully. (He died on the lOth of the Ealends of May [Ap- 
22].) ^ 

(This year, in Summer, was bom Cormac, son of Cathal 
[Mac Maghnusa] junior. — Maileachlainn, son of Brian^ 
son of Edmimd, son of Thomas Ua Ferghail, was slain by 
WiUiam the Rough, son of Maurice, grandson of Piers 
Dalton, and by Laisech, son of John Ua Ferghail, a 
month before Christmas, on Thursday,^ a.d. 1482.) 

Ealends of Jan. on 4th feria, [20th of the moon,] a.d. [1483] 
1483. The bishop^ of Clochar, namely, Ros, son of 
Thomas Mag Uidhir junior, died this year : to wit, one 
who was the best that came in his time in wisdom and piety 
and [keeping] a guest-house and had best knowledge of 
every science. And he was buried in the church of 
Acluuih-urchaire, having chosen [to be buried] there. — 
Conn Ua NeiU was liberated* this year by his father and 
by his kinsmen and that Conn was made king over Tir- 



• TAtir«foy.-J^oy. 28; Chriflt- 
mas Day f ell on Wedne8day. 
1483. 1 Bishop. — Oonaeorated in 



1449, Sttpra, 

^Ziberated, — See the Cotm entrj 
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282 ccMMocLcc tiloron. 

vo coil a oéaji 7 'Cifie-heosain* uile. — 00506** mofi eze\i 
hlla Neitl 7 hlla n-T)0TÍinaill in blia'&ain fi**. — Nicolaf 
piuingce'D (i'Don*, mac Ctiifcoiii') 'o'heg in blio&ain fi* 
•Deaf^uf : iT)on, ^crt'lmacaTÍi 'oob' peff 'oaenacr: 7 aiéne 
7 uifigill 'DO bi 1 n-a aimfiji pein 7 noc "do bo mo íul 
*7' afaile". — hlla^ pala[i]n 'Dlieg in*blia'6ain fi*, i'Don, 
8eaan piala[i]n ; ollaífi clainni pitib THes tJi'&iji fe 
•oan 7 oifcinnec boé in* peji ce^jna^ — Uittiam, mac in 
efpuic^ THej; tli'5if, i-Don, abb Leafa-^abait, 'o'hes in 
btia'Bain fi^ — Ciana[i]n 'D'heg in btia&ain fi^ i'Don, 
ftuai'&iii, ottam** ííles Ui'&ni fe fencuf^ — pefgait 
•D'hes an'* btia&ain i^^ i'Don, Curfiafa, mac Uittiam hUi 
Pef^ait. — CCn 8faDbaite 'do tofco'&'^ an'*btia'&ain fi'^teif 
hUa n-T)omnaitt, i'Don, CCe'&' fua'&, mac NeittsaijiB^ 
te hCCe'& 05, mac CCe'&a bui'&e hUi Weitt. Ocuf an 
5iufr;if 7 5^itt 'DO bpeiÉ offa 7 Tílac UiBitin 7 mac 
Tx)iffDetbaié caffiaig hUi Concobuif 'do buain 'diB te 
5attait5 'Do'n 'Dut fin. — 6o5an íílac Sitta-Coifgte "D'hes**, 
i'Don^ mac cteif eac onofiac 'do muinnT^ijx Cafeait íílic 
niasnufa**.— pitib* bui'&e, mac poit [U]i Caifi'oe, '0*05*' 
A98b in** btia&ain fi"**. — | CCifsii mofa in'*btia&ain fi^'teif 
hUa n-'Oomnaitt, iT)on, OCe'& jiuo&^ mac** Ueittsaijib^aix 
8eaan, mac pitib Tíles Ui'&if 7 te TDomnatt hUa Neitt 
an ta aji naiíiaiiac. — THai'om phai6€i-Ciaf ain^ in** btia- 
•6ain fi"* te hCCju:, mac Cuin'D, mic in^ Chatbai§ hUi Con- 
Éobuif, af Conn, mac CCifi;, mic Cuin'D hUi Tnait[-8h]- 
eafitdinn, 'dú inaf mafba'& 'oa mac Ruai'&fi capf ai§ hUi 
Ceafbaitt 7 mofan aite^ mapaen fiu. — ^Donnfio^, mac 
hUi Cheattaig, '0*05 in btia'&ain fi. 

1483. *-|xi., A. ».|^., A. «.§*-, B. 'cm, B. «.n., B; ele, A. 
dMi ss b , «^ itL, t. h., A; iT)on, mac C|xifcoi|v pltiinsceD (-07, MS.), text, 
after blioróain, B. "ec cecejxa (Latín of 7 oqfiaile), (A) MS. » = 1466 *>. 
«»1 = 137911. »»=1394«. Jom., A. 

* Faichihe- Ciarain, — Oreen o/ [5t.] Ciaran [of Kilkenn7] . Kow FAheeran, 



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Eogain by will of his father and of all Tir-Eogairu — Great [1483] 

war this year between TJa NeiU and Ua DomnaiU. — 

Nicholas Plunket (namely, son of Christopher) died this 

year of a fall : the foreign youth who was best in 

himianity and knowledge and eloquence that was in his 

own time and tbe one that had most judgment and so on. 

— Ua Fialain, namely, John OTialain, died this year : to 

wit, the oUam in poetry of the sons of Philip Mag Uídhir 

and herenagh of Botha [was] the same man. — ^William, 

son of the bishop^ Mag Uidhir, namely, abbot of Lis- 

gabail, died thia year. — O'Cianain, namely, Ruaidhri, 

oUam of Mag Uidhir in hÍ8tory, died this year. — O'Ferg- 

hail, namely, Cumara, son of William Ua Ferghail, died 

this year. — The Sradbaile was bumed this year by Ua 

DomnaiU, namely, Aedh the Bed, son of NmVL the Bough 

and by Aedh junior, son of Aedh Ua NeiU the Tawny. 

And the Justiciary and Foreigners overtook them and 

Mac Uibhilin and the son of Toirdelbach Carrach Ua 

Conchobuir were taken from them by the Foreigners on 

that march. — Eogan Mac-GiUa-Coisgle, namely, a re- 

spected clerical student of the people of Cathal Mac 

Maghnusa, died this year. — PhiUp the Tawny, son of 

Paul Ua Caiside died this year. — Great raids [were made] 

this year by Ua DomnaiU, namely, Aedh the Red, son of 

NiaU the Eough, on John, son of PhUip Mag Uidhir and 

by DomnaU Ua NeiU on the morrow. — The defeat of 

Faichte-Ciarain* [was inflicted] this year by Art, son of 

Conn, son of the Calbach Ua Conchobuir, on Conn, son of 

Art, son of Conn Ua MaU[-Sh]echlainn, where were slain 

two sons of Ruaidhri Carrach Ua CerbaiU and many 

others along with them. — Donchadh, son of [the] Ua 

CeUaigh, died this year. 



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284 ccNtiocloc titaron. 

(íTiaiiisíies^, tnseíi btiiain, mic ConfiuBaiji 015 ÍTles 
Ralnaill, 'o'heg an blioBain fi, i'oon an ben 7)0 bi ag 
Pei'Dlim mac rHagnura^.— hlla^ Ciana[i]n Claein- 
innfi, iT)on, 5^lla-na-naem, mac Seaain, mic 5^1-1'«"^^" 
naem,mic Ruai^pi ihoiix hlli Ciana[i]n,'D'e5 an blia^ain 
fi, 1483 OCnno T)omini\ — ^hoc'" anno anii^e pefrium bixi- 
Si'oae [naca epc ?] . . . pilia Cai\oli luuenif .) 

B 9ic [b.] lcal. lan. u. f., [l.* i.%] OCnno ^omini m.*' cccc^ Ixxx.^ 
1111.* Cosa'ft** mof in blioBain fi ecef hlla Neill, i'oon, 
Conn, mac Cnfi hlli Neitl 7 hlla T)omnaill, i'oon, CCe'5 
1iVí(xf> 7 ■Disbala mofia 'oo •5enum acoff a^ — ^Silla-pac- 
fiais, mac emuin'oS mic 'Comaif 015 mej Ui'&ip, vo 
mafbo* a peall (fcilicef , 6 'oie menfif OCippfilif') an 
bliaBain fi* le n-a coicep 'oepbpaiípeC a coif alTX)pa 
cempuilU OCcai'5-Ufcaif e : i'oon, *Oonn 7 8eaan 7 Cmonn 
^S 7 f^V^ cappaÉ 7 OCe'5. Ocuf 'oa mhas Ui'Bif 'oo 
gaipm an ^11^5^1^ fi a n-a'Baié Cmuin'D, mic 'Comaif 
015 meg tli'5n\: i'Don, 8eaan, mac pilib, mic Chomaif 
moif meg Ui'5ip 7 Comaf, mac Comaif 015, mic Comaif 
moip mej Ui'5iii. — Cpefi 'oo "Denum an blia'5ain fi le 
mag Ui'^ip 05, i'oon, le 8eaan, afx clainn T)onncai'5, mic 
rhomaif mej Ui^ip, i'oon, afi pilib 7 ap phei'5lim[i'5]. 
Ocuf Silla-paDfiaig, mac Comaif, mic T)onn£ai'5* 7 
mac pei-^lim^Ée], mic T)onncai'5 mej Ui^ip^T^omapba* 
ann* 7 'oaine eile nac aip im€ep f unn*. Ocuf mac ^i^ta- 
fiuai'5, iT>on, bpian, mac T)omnaill mic 5^lla-fuai'5 7 
T)a mac micT)omnaiU Clainni-Ceallai| — wox), Copmac 
7 OCfc — 7 T)aine im-^a aili t)o' gabail ann' pof*" : fcili- 
cot;, 13 ]CalenT)af Sepi^imbpif, T)e-haine, hoc paccum 

1483. k.k = 188314. 14 = 1482«^ on 98b. «»98^, f . m., n. t. b. 
(Latin), partlj iUeg., A ; om., B. 

1484. iceampcnll, A. •*=1451»*. *>-toom., B. <h)=1392»». *=»»•»» 
* TTles Ui'óiTv, ad., B. " le TTla5 tli'Difv 05 cmn an blioocnn [p], iT)on, le 
8eaan— 6y Mag Uidhirjumor there thit year^ namdy, hy John, B. s-«before 
7 •DOine, B. »»* =r 1444 K 



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(Margaret, daughter of Brian, son of Conchobuir Mag [i483i 
Raghnaill junior, nameljr, the wife of Feidlim Mac Magh- 
nnsa had, died thís year. — IJa Ciana[i]n* of Claen-inis, 
namely, GiUa-na-naem, son of John, 6on of GiUa-na-naem, 
8on of Ruaighri Mor IJa Ciana[i]n, died this year, a.d. 
1483. — ^This year, before the feast of [St.] Brigit, [was 
bom í] . . the daughter of Cathal [Mac Maghnusa] 
junior.) 

Ealends of Jan. on 5th feria, [Ist of the moon,] a.d. [i484B.] 
1484. Great war this year between TJa Neill, namely, 
Conn, son of Henry Ua NeiU and IJa Domnaill, namely, 
Aedh the Red and many injuries were done between 
them. — Gílla-Patraig, son of Edmund, son of Thomas 
Mag TJidhir junior, was slain in treachery this year 
(namely, the 6th day of the month of April), at foot of 
the altar of the church of Achadh-urchaire, by his five 
brothers, to wit, Donn and John and Edmond junior and 
Art Carrach and Aedh. And two Mag IJidhirs were pro- 
claimed this year after Edmund, son of Thomas Mag 
Uidhir junior : namely, John, son of Philip, son of 
Thomas Mor Mag IJidhir, and Thomas, son of Thomas 
junior, son of Thomas Mor Mag Uidhir. — A raid was 
made this year by Mag Uidhir junior, namely, by John, 
on the sons of Donchadh, son of Thomas Mag Uidhir 
namely, on Philip and on Feidlimidh. And GiUa-Padraig, 
son of Thomas, son of Donchadh and the son of Feidh- 
limidh,son of Donchadh Mag Uidhir and other persons that 
are not reckoned here were slain in it And Mac GiUa- 
ruaidh, namely, BriaD, son of Domnall Mac Gilla-ruaidh 
and two sons of Mac Domnaill of Clann-Oellaigh — that is, 
Cormao and Art — and many other persons were taken in 
it also. On the 13th of the Kalends of September [Aug. 

^ Va Cfonam. ^Vioar of Cleenish (Glaen-iziÍB), Lough Eme. 



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286 ccMwalcc ulcroti. 

puir. Ocup vo inn?:o 8eaan an la fin po buai'o 7 po 
e'oait^ — piaiíbeiiraC, mac 'Comaif, mic pilib ííles 
U 1*5111, T)o maiiba* le Zomaf 05*, mac 'Comaif 015, 
mic^ Tomaif moif íiries Ui'5ip, T)'en un£uf t)o ga 
a** pufu OCifi^-bfOfca^ — í11aiT)m íílona-ta5fiai'5e (8*' 
|CalenT)af OcTObfif") in blia'Sain fi** le ctx>inT) GmuinT) 
nies Ui'Dif af* ílílas Uit)h\ 05, iT)on, 8eaan 7* af cloinT) 
A 98o bfiain, mic pilib ÍTle^ Ui'Sif, | t)U inaf'mafbaS rfii 
mic bf lain', iT)on, Caéal 7 Cu-ConnacT; 7 Bmonn 7 OCe^, 
mac CCifr, mic eo^ain hUi Meill 7 Gogan, mac Tx)iff- 
T)ealbai|, mic pilib na Tjuaigi^ ííles Ui'5if 7 a mac, 
iT)on, Toiff^ealbaC 7 Remunn, mac ^^llibefT:, mic 
Cof maic hUi phlannagain ex: aln muln 7 inaf 'gaba^ 
Pilib, mac 'Coiff'5ealbai|, mic^ pilib** meg Ui'^if 7 
pilib, mac bfiain, mic** pilib** Tlles Ui-^if 7 ^illa- 
PaDfai^, mac Ccrcail 015 THic íílasnufa ííles ^1*5111. 
Ocuf T)aine im'5a aili, iT)on, T^pica pef, eze\i ^abail 
7 mafba*, — iT)on, fice fo mafba'5 7 T^eicneabuf fo* 
gaba* ann. — RemunT) ÍTíaz TTlaísamna, fi Oipgiall, 
.T)'he5 a n-T)foiceT)-ara a^ n-T)iai§ 8amna in blia5ain fi** 
1 n-a laimT)e£uf. — íílail[-8h]eclainnS mac Concoíkiiii 
hUi ^«^fmlesaig 7 Concobuf . a T)ef bfa€aif 7** ceíf Uf , 
no coicuf , v'a muinnnf** t)o mafba'5 le cloinT) eo^ain, 
mic** Weill^ hUi T)omnaill, a^ n-T)íai§ «amna^— bpian 
fua*, mac Cacail, mic* Bogain, mic Seaain^ hUi 
RaigiUié, vhe^ caici'5if*' fia íloT^laig^ — íHac^ hUi 
Concobuif phail^i, iT)on^ THufica*, mac Caíaif^ mic^ 
CuinT), mic an Chalbai^^ hUi Concobuif, t)o mafba'5 
T)'ufcuf foi^i le clainn emuinT) T)aiffi'5e a Cfi6-na- 

1484. '-i-óe, B. '-00, B. ^-tuiiTD, A. ^-^om., A. í i'oon, O Concobai|i, 
itl., t. h., over Catai|i, B ; om., A. 



1484. 1 Fridatf.—'' Wedne8day," | » Captivity,—Bee the first entry 
O'D. (ÍT. 1131). Hifltextifloorrect. | of 1476. 



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20], Friday,^ this was done. And John retumed that [1484] 
day with victory and with chattel. — Flaithbertach, son of 
Thomas, son of Philip Mag IJidhir was slain by Thomas 
junior, son of Thomas junior, son of Thomas Mor Mag 
Uidhir, with one shot of an arrow, at the port of Airech- 
brosca. — ^The defeat of Moin-laghraidhe [was inflicted] 
(on the 3th of the Ealends of October [Sep. 24]) this year 
by the sons of Edmund Mag Uidhir on Mag Uidhir junior, 
namelj, John, and on the sons of Brian, son of Philip 
Mag Uidhir, a place where were slain three sons of Brian 
— namely, Cathal and Cu-Connacht and Edmond^and 
Aedh, son of Art, son of Eogan Ua NeiU and Eogan, son 
of Toirdelbach, son of PhiKp Mag Uidhir of the bat- 
tle-]axe and his son, namely, Toírdelbach, and Eed- 
mond, son of Gilbert, son of Cormac Ua Flannagain and 
many others and where were taken Philip, son of Toirdel- 
bach, son of Philip Mag Uidhir and Philip, son of Brian, 
son of Philip Mag Uidhir and Gilla-Padraig, son of Cathal 
Mao Maghnusa Mag Uidhir junior. And many other 
pereons; namely, 30 men, were [some] taken and [some] 
slain, — to wit, 20 were slain and 10 taken there. — Red- 
mund Mag Mathganma king of OirghiaUa died in his cap- 
tivity* in Droicbedh-atha after November Day thisyear. — 
Mail[-Sh]echlainn, son of Concobar Ua Gairmleghaigh, 
and Concobur, his brother and four, or five, of his people 
were slain by the sons of Eogan, son of NiaU Ua DomnaiU, 
after November Day. — Brian the Eed, son of Cathal, son 
of Eogan, son of John Ua EaighiUigh, died a fortnight 
bef ore Christmas. — The son of Ua Concobuir Faly, namely, 
Murchadh, son of Cathair, son of Conn, son of the Calbach 
Ua Concobuir, was slain with the shot of an arrow by the 
sons of Edmund Darcy in Crich-na-cetach^, the Wednes- 
day before Christmas. — The church of CuU-maine was 

• Crieh'na-cetaeh, — CwiUry of 1 in Warrenstowu bar., Kmg'8 oo. 
the hiUocJci : Grinagedagh, a pai; I (See O'D.'s note, ii. 1069.) 



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cecaÉ, aíi^ Cetxxin fie NoDlais . — 'Ceafnpall Ctiile-Tnaiíie 
•Do lofcoB'^ a ti-Diai| Samna^ — Seifefx^ vo ííiuinnT^iíi 
Jitla-paqfiaig, mic p»lib, mic Con-Connacr; ílles Ui'&i|i, 
noc vo bí co heafonofaC f e heosltif T^ijefnaié, iDon, 
[T)]aiíie-T11aela[i]n 7 fiifna hea^lufaiB afÉeana, do 
niafbor5 ifin oi-oce, rjjxe ínneacoB T)e 7 TlJigefnaig, a 
n-*0aifie-í11aela[i]n pein, le T)aniac emtiinn ÍTíe^ Ui'5ii\ 
(1*0011*, ííla^ tli'5ii\*), i-Don, CCfr; capfac 7 bf lan. — Cafpuc 
T)aife D'hes gaifiT)** fioim Mo'olais^, iDon, Safi Wicol 
UafDun. — Wíall, mac an coma(iba íHes THhaésamna, 
Dheg ag ze^z on Hoim in efcace. — CCe'5 íllas 
CCengUfa, fecunDUf vo h[U]iB-ea€a£, vo gabailtefié 
Oifíiiefi, iDon, te hCmonD íiua'5 hUa n-OCntuain, nm- 
£ett* na Samna^ — CC n u-ei'5fe 7 Coin Cocanac, a 
mac, DO gabait 7 in^ mac Dob* peffi aigi, i'oon, CCtex- 
anDaiji fUff^, do manba* petonice te hCCe'5 65, mac 
CCe'^a bui'Se, mic^ bfiain battaig^ hUi Meitt. — hUa 

B 9id CaifiDO I D'hej, iDon, 'Comaf, mac 'Cai'^j, mic^ Oifeb, 
mic 'Cai'55 moifi, mic Sitta-na-nain^et** hUi Chaifi'oe, — 
Uittiam, mac Sitta-paciiaig hUi phiata[i]n, D'heg 7^ 
lCatenDaf lutii^ — 8eaan hUa paifcettaig, i'oon, can- 

A98d ana£ do íHuinnaíi T^txoma- | -te€a[i]n^ D'heg" in^ 
efcace*'. — bf lan moi\ hUa paifÉeattaig, n[e]oc -00 
cinnfgainn ctoc anscaijie do -^enum ag TOmpott mofi 
T)fioma-te€a[i]n^, mofir^uuf efc in^ ea^em efcace^ 

(hoc'' anno obnc ITIasifcef Michotaf *Ofoma 7 

YDUf lutiA) 

1484. »-fS-» A. «an, B. '-lea-, A. "=1484««. "=1879«^!. 
» = 1379 K »•» 98o, i m., n. t. h. (L.), A; om., B. 



*5ir.— The title of one who had 
taken the Batchelor'B degree in a 
unÍTereitj, oorresponding to the 
Latin Dominns. Cf, Malone's Note 



on Sir Hugh (Merrj Wires, Act i, 
80. 1). 

* WesUm. — Oanon of Armagh 
and oonseorated in 1466 (Ware, 



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barned after November Day. — Six of the people oí Gilla- 
Patraig, son of Philip, son of Ca-Connaoht Mag Uidhir, 
that were disrespectfal to the charch of [St] Tigemaoh, 
namel;, of Daire-Maela[i]n, and to charches besides^ were 
slain in the night, throagh vengeance of God and Tiger- 
nach, in Daire-Maela[i]n itself, by two sons of Edmond 
Mag ITidhir (that is, [the] Mag IJidhir), namelj, Art 
Carrach and Brian. — The bishop of Derry, namely, Sir* 
Nicholas Weston,^ died shortly before Chiífltmas. — ^Niall, 
son of the coarb Mag Mathgamna, died coming from 
Bome in Sammer. — ^Aedh Mag Aenghasa, tanist of Ui- 
Eathach, was taken aboat November Day by the Idng of 
Oirthir, namely, by Edmond Ua h Anlaain the Red. — T h e 
H e i r® and John Cathanach,^ his son, were taken and the 
best son he had, namely, Alexander the Bed, was slain 
treacheroasly by Aedh janior, son of Aedh the Tawny, 
son of Brian Ua NeiU the Frecfcled. — Ua Caiside, namely, 
Thomas, son of Tadhg, son of Joseph, son of Tadhg Mor, 
son of GiUa-na-naingel Ua Caiside, died. — William, son 
of Gilla-Patraig Ua Fiala[i]n, died on the 7th of the 
Kalends of Jaly [Jane 25]. — John Ua Fairchellaigh, 
namely, canon of the Commaniíy of Draim-lethan, died 
in Sammer. — Brian Mor Ua Fairchellaigh, he that b^n 
to baUd the anchorite's celP at the great charch of Druim- 
lethan, died in the same Sammer. 

(This year died Master Nicholas O'Droma, on the 7th 
of the Ides [9th] of Jaly.) 



[1484] 



p. 291). For hi8 demolition of the 
chnroh of Clooney (near London- 
derry : Cluain-i, 1197, supra) and 
the resnlt thereof , see the reff. in 
O'D. iii. 109. 

• JTcir. — Mao Donnellof Antrim. 

' Cathanach.—See 1434, note 6 ; 
[1376], n. 4. 

8 Cfe^,— Literallj, stone. For the 



anohorite'8 domicile, aee Todd 
Lect. III. p. 38q. 

* ^* After thia jear, in A, another 
hand wrote two lines, now partlj 
defaced: 'gat aon leiéííe|» [ca5- 
Tva*] beti'oaéc atv cmtnain cm c-e 
fio'pgixib • . • Each one that shall 
read [let him bestow] benison on 
the soul of him that wrote. . . 
T 



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290 míurcLo: ul/roti. 

lCaL lan. un. p., [U' x.ii.',] CCnno 'Oomini Tn.' cccc'* 
lacaxc.* u.^** OCe'& 05, mac CCe^a iiuai'5, mic' Ru||iai'6e, 
mic 0Ci\T)5air ÍHes THhaésamna, t)0 pi5a'& aji Oiíi§ial- 
laiB an blia'&ain fi^ — baile Chon-Ula'&, mic CCe'&a hUí 
Neill, vo 10^^05 le bfiian, mac Bo^an hUi Neill, i'oon, 
bpian n a c 1 1 1 e •&, in*" blia5ain fi*. baile 7 pefiann 
in btiiain cemria fin vo lofca'5 an* la* af naihafac leifin"' 
Coin-Ula'5 cema fin 7 le ctx>inT) RemuinT), mic*' Rug- 
f ai'&e" ííleg THhaésanina, iT)on', ^Laifne 7 bfian 7 le 
mac TTles Tílaí^amna 015 fin, iT)on, le Si'-l'CC-Pcrcpct^B'- 
Ocuf Cu-Ula'& TTlac Cef nai§i^ t)0 niafba'& leo ann, iT)on, 
T)uine maié oif eCr 7** afaile^ — CCe'& 05, mac CCe'&a bui'&e, 
mic° bfiain ballaig* hUi Neill, t)o t)uI aji cf eic a Lei€- 
Carail7''bfei€ aif'' ann' 7 a mapba'& T)'en Ufcuf* t)0 §a : 
iT)on", macam t)oV f ef ji einec 7 cennuf-pe'&na t)0 bí af 
'Cfian-Congail in can fin". — OUuef, mac Cfifcoif 
piuín^ceT), T) e^ an* bba'&ain fi^ — 8licc Tnhailmof&a in 
rtiullai§ af innafboT) afa n-T)u€ai'& fein ^clann ^laifne 
hUi Raigillig afi' n-T)enam* caiflein 1' n-a fefann'. 
Ocuf* af*' n-a* f ui§iu§u'& of f a, iot) fan T)0 éaf f ain^ lofla 
CiUe-Dafa, iT)on, SepoiT), mac 'Comaif lafla, af cloinn 
^laif ne 7 cuíg buailue T^e^ bo vo buain T)ib a cp eic 7 
5iUa-1fa, mac ^Lccifne» "oo gabail ann. — TTlac Uilliam 
Clainni-RicaifT), iT)on, Uilliuj^, in bona fenecxíure 
quieuic 7 a mac, iT)on, UiUiug* eile', t)o oifT)ne'& 1 n-a 
ina'& 7 in tí-UiUius 05 fin t)0 '&ul, fluag, ipn Tílumain 
7^ CU1T) T)0 Cf ic RoiT)fec T)o lofca'& leif . — hUa Conco- 
buif Ciafai'&e 7 a bean 7 hUa Concobuif Copcumfua'& 
7 hUa Concobuif vouv, iT)on, eojan caec, mac peiT)- 
lim[€]e sean^caig, mic 'Coiff'&ealbaig 015, mic CCe'&a, 
A99a ^^0 Coiff&elbaig, mic CCe'&a, mic 60501^"; an* | bafpac 



/ 



1485. 1-5, B. ».aT\,A. "do t)-, B. ^-o'a, B. »-eas, A. •^ = 1438**. 
*» 40, B. «^om., B. = ■«. • after Tnaixba-D, B. "*n-a n-'otitai'ó — 
* in their dittrict {to settle themseitea on them, }aco begiiiB a new sent.), B. 
« o& B. »» »«=1444 K 1 = 1396 «. 



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Ealends of Jan. on 7th feria, [12th of the moon,] a.d. [1486] 
1485. Aedh junior, son of Aedh the Red, son of Rugh- 
raidhe, son ot Ardghal Mag Mathgamna, was made king 
over Oirghialla this year. — ^The town of Cu-XJladh, son of 
Aedh Ua Neill, was bumed this year by Brian, son of 
Eogan Ua Neill, namely, Brian, of the Wood. The 
town and land of that same Brían were bnmed on the 
morrow by that same Cu-Uladh and by the sons of Red- 
mond, son of Bughraidhe Mag Mathgamna, namely, 
Glaisne and Brian and by the son of that Mag Math- 
gamna junior, namely, by GKlla-Patraig. And Cu-Uladh 
Mac Cemaighi, namely, a person [of] good [counsel in] 
an a8sembly, was slain by them there and so on. — ^Aedh 
junior, son of Aedh the Tawny, son of Brian Ua Neill the 
FrecUed, went on a raid into Leth-Cathail and was over- 
taken there and slain with one thrust of a javelin : to wit, 
the youth who was best in hospitality and leadership that 
was in Trian-Conghail at that time. — Oliver, son of Chris- 
topher Plunfcet, died this year. — ^The descendants of Mael- 
mordha of the MuUach were expelled from their own 
district and the sons of Glaisne Ua Braighilligh built a 
castle in their land. And, on their [the sons] settling on 
them, those drew the Earl of Kildare, namely, Gerald, son 
of Earl Thomas, on the sons of Glaisne and 15 herds of 
cows were wrested f rom them in a raid and QiUa-Isa, son 
of Glaisne, was taken in it. — Mac WiUiam of Clann- 
Bicaird, namely, U]ick, rested in a good old age and his 
son, namely, another Ulick, was instaUed in his place. 
And that UUck junior went [with] a host into Munster 
and part of the Roche Country was bumed by him. — Ua 
Concobuir of Kerry and his wif e and Ua Concobuir of Cor- 
cumruadh and Ua Concobuir the Brown, namely, Eogan 
BUnd[-eye], son of Feidhlimidh Snub-nose, son of Toir- 
delbach junior, son of Aedh, son of Toirdelbach, son of • 
Aedh, son of Eogan ; the Barrymore ; Ua SuiUabhain of 

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ocwNala ulcroh. 



fnofi'; hUa* SuiUeaiíiain^ (no\ 8iJillat5ain^) beififie, 
iwn, ^Oomnall — omnef hn hoc anno quieuefitinT;.-- 
bfiaéaifi* íílintiti a Cíii6 Ctnfifec ifin ííluniain, i'oon, 
emtinn Cupfa — 'j 'oo^cuif annfa 'oiagacc e — do •6ul a 
f eilC efpucoi'oe Clocaif an blia^ain fi, a6i; naÉ Tjanga- 
•DUf a liqie6a o Roini fuigi an TOn fa. — Coga'D moii 
eT^efhtlaNeill, i'oon, Conn 7 hlla n-T)oninaill, iwn, 
OCe'5 tiucr5 7 clanT) OCift; hlli Neill, iwn, Niall 7 a 
bfiaiífe, T)o €aet5 [tl]i T^omnaiU 7 clann IvlefTxnn hlli 
^OomnaiU, iT)on, eijnefian 7 a bfaiéfe, T)o CaeC h[tl]i 
NeiU, af an cogaft pn^ — ^Diaf, no qfiiuf, t>o muinnnf 
eo5ain, mic bjiiain caffaig* hUi NeiU^ t>o mafba'5 t)o 
caif reine'b. OCn r-Gosan pn, mac bfiain, iT)on, T)uine 
maié oif eCc T>o muinncif h[U]í NeiU T)o [f]Leonaft af 
fnecca^ aj T)uI" o*" Baile h[U]i NedV cum a tngi fein 7 
a es "66. — hUa bai§iU, iT)on, ToiffT^elBaÉ, t)o cuf a 
ci§epnu[i]f T)e an blia'5ain fi 7 a mac, iwn, NíalC t>o 
^abail a inai-b. — ^pei'5lim[i'5], mac ^laifne, mic Conco- 
buif hUi Rai^Uig, a" n-T)iaié f eil na Cfoici ifin pog- 
muf'' mofuuuf efT; T)o'n plai-^. — ^hUa RaigiUis, iwn, 
'CoiffT^elbac, mac Seaain, mic eo^ain, T)o '^ul, flua|; 
mof, a T:;eaUa£-eaTO6 in" íílaifc foim f eil íílíceil* 7 
baile 11105 8hamfa'5ain t>o lofca5 leif*, iT)on, baile 
pei^-^^lim^re], mic 'Comaif, mic*' pef^air 7 baile' a 
T^ejibfaíaf" T)o lofca* leif, iT)on% *Oonncai'5^ 111 ag* 

14B5. «-Bain, B. '-ea-, A. J t^wo^ -A.. "=:1403J-J. "om., A. 
°»cecc — cominff, B. «»*»an tnp., B. »a— Aw, B. 



1485. 1 Courcey, — ^Nominated by 
Sixtus rV., June 18, 1484 (Ware, 
p. 688); translated to Boss, in 
1494 (i6. p. 186) and reeigned in 
1617 (Theiner, p. 619-20-8) in 
fayonr oí John O'Morilj, abbot of 
tbe CÍBtercian Hoose de Fonte 
Vivo (in Myrofl8, West Carberj). 



* Cam not, — Perbaps for the 
same reason as in the oaae of the 
Brief appointing John, bishop ot 
Limerick, sent bj him írom the 
Coria to Coarcey, whom he named 
bÍB Vicar General to take posses- 
Bion : casn f ortoito, litteie ipse, 
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Beirre, namelj, Domnall — all these rested this year. — A 
Friar Minor in the Courcey Countrjr in Munster, namely, 
Edmund Courcey^ — and he [was] a Doctor in DÍTÍnity — 
went into possession of the bishoprio of Clochar this year ; 
but his Letters came not* from Rome to him this time. — 
Ghreat war between Ua Neill, namely, Conn and Ua Dom- 
naill, namely, Aedh the Bed and the sons of Art Ua NeiU, 
namely, Niall and his brothers, [were] on the side of Ua 
Domnaill and the sons of Nechtain Ua Domnaill, namely, 
Eignechan and his brothers, on the side of Ua NeiU, on 
that war. — ^Two, or three, of the people of Eogan, son of 
Brian Carrach Ua NeiD, were killed by a bolt of fire. 
That Eogan, son of Brian, namely, a person of .the people 
of Ua NeiU [ofj good [counsel in] an assembly, slipped on 
snow, in going from the town of Ua NeiU^ to his own 
house and died of it. — Ua Baighill, namely, Toirdelbach, 
put his lordship from him this year and his son, namely, 
Niall, took his place. — Feidlimidh, son of Glaisne, eon of 
Concobur Ua Raighilligh, died of the plague after the 
feast of [Holy] Cross in Harvest.* — Ua Raighilligh, 
namely, Toirdelbach, son of John, son of Eogan, went 
[with] a great host into Tellach-Eathach the Tuesday 
[Sep. 27] before Michaelmas and the town of Mag Sam- 
radhain,^ namely, the town of Feidhlimidh, son of Thomas, 
son of Ferghal, was burxied by him and the town of his 
brother, namely, of Donchadh, was bumed by Imn. Mag 
Samradhain and his kinsmen and every force they could"* 



[1486] 



mene et deperdite simt (Innooent 
Vin., July 8, 1485. Theiner, 
p. 496). 

*Town of Ua wYeí/iL— Bungan- 
non, 00. Tyrone. 

*/n -Horwí.— Sep. 14, íeast of 
the Exaltation. The f east m Stmi' 



mer was the Finding, Maj 3. The 
latter is glven in the Mart. Tal, 
and Cal, of Oengut ; the fonner, 
not 

' Town of Mag Samradhain, — See 
1431, note 3. 

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294 ccMMaíxx: uloroti. 

B 92a 8hamfia'5ain 7 | a bjiaiéfii 7 ^aS* cotnltiaDtiii T)'a° puaii- 
ODUii*' T)o '5ul a coíiai'5e£c afi an fluag an la afi na- 
íhapaC 7 16 uijiof ecep gabail 7 majxbcrB 7 •oa ceT; eac 
Do buain T>o*n Tj-fluag. ITlac Caba 7 qu mic "Coiff- 
T)elbai§ ballaig TTlic Caba, iT)on, Remunn 7 Tk)nnca'5 
7 TTlail[-8h]eaclainn, t)o gabail ann 7 Sil-l'CC'CfifT), mac 
'CoiffDelbaié baLlai| íílic Caba 7 CCloxanDaif, mac 
Connla, mic Loclainn 7 PaiL|i, mac ^l-^^r"©» ^^^ CCeha 
íílio Caba, T)o ma)íiba5 ann. — CCn peiT;iT)ec, iT)on, Seonin 
peiuiT) 7 a mac, iT)on, S^foiT), D'heg in bLia^ain fi*. — 
OCn'' Cofnai-^e, mac CCe'5a, mic NeiLL hUi ITlaeL- 
muai'^, T)o '^enum cfieiCe af émunT) peiciT) 7 impo'^ t)0 

A 99b af in pof ai'^ 7 a n-gaf vo pc^-c \ t)0 maf ba* t)1 Leif , 
iT)on, CCinnTJjxiu, mac an 5^^^'^ |uifm *0uiT)7T)iaf 
mafcac v'a muinnnix 7 8emuf, mac Con-Connacc, mic 
efpuic Concobuif hUi peféaiL ec aLn muLz^i.— Conn, mac 
mic 8eaain, mic ^OomnaiLL, mic 8eaain, mic ^OomnaiLb 
hUi phefjaiL, vo Loc gu guafacTiac 1 n-a cfob T)eaf an 
«acapn a n-T)iai§ peiL na Cfoice 'fan pogmuf (Le** 
cLainn CauaiLi mic eogain, mic 8eaain hUi RaijiLLig, 
iwn, Co^an f ua^ 7 piLib 7 La OCe* hUa Rai|iLLi§ 7 mac 
hUi pefgaiL'*)^ — ITlac "OomnaiLL, iT)on, ConfabuL (noS 
ConfaL**) gaLLogLac' hUi NeiLL, iT)on, CoLLa íílac *Oom- 
naiLL, D'heg in bLlaftain fi, ueL anno pfeceDenT^e. 

(A) 
CLann 05 CmuinT) ITles Ui'^iji, iT)on, OCe^ 7 OCft; 7 
5iLLa-1f u 7 cLann 'CoitniDeaLbaig tíles Uf^if, iT)on, txrSg 
7 piLib 7 an 5^1-^^ T)ub, t)0 "^enam cpeife aji 
•DoíhnaLL, mac S^LLa-paDfaig, mic Cmuinn Tneg Ui'Sijv, 
in íílaifT; foim peiL ííliciU Ocuf ^OomnaLL pein vo 
mafba'5 a TX))íiai'5ecc na cjieice Le íl1aeL[-8h]ecLainn 
TTlac 5eibinnaié® D'en f aéoS vo fpn. Ocuf TnaeL[-Sh]- 
efLainn pein vo mafba5 aji in Laíaiji ceTina. íílas 

1485. 8.beanTi-, B. P-P= 1379 « . <i-<i= 1392 *». ' before Conjxibul, B. 



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muster went ín pursuit of the liost on the morrow, took or [1485] 
slew 16 men and wrested 200 horses from the host. Mac 
Caba and three sons of Toirdelbach Mac Caba the Freckled, 
nameljr, Redmund and Donchadh and Mail[-Sh]eachlainn, 
were taken there and GiUa-Crisd, son of Toirdelbach Mac 
Caba the FrecHed and Alexander, son of Conla, son of 
Lochlann and Failghi, son of Glaisne, son of Aedh Mac 
Caba, were slain there. — The Petit, namely, Jenlrin Petit 
and his son, namelj, Gerald, died this year. — T h e D e - 
fender, son of Aedh, son of Niall XJa Maelmuaidh, 
made a raid on Edmund Petit and turned on the pursuing 
party and close on a score thereof were slain by him : to 
wit, Andrew, sonof the Blue Gillie Tuite and two 
horsemen of his people and James, son of Cu-Connacht, 
son of bishop® Concobur XJa Ferghail and many others. — 
Oonn, grandson of John, son of Doronall, son of John, 
son of Domnall XTa Ferghail, was seriou8ly wounded in 
his right hand, the Saturday [Sep. 17] af ter the feast of 
the Cross in Harvest (by the sons of Cathal, son of Eogan, 
son of John Fa Raighilligh, namely, Eogan the Red and 
Philip and by Aedh XJa Raighilligh and the son of XJa 
Ferghail). — Mac Domnaill, namely, constable of gallow- 
glasses of XTa NeiU, that is, Colla Mac Donmaill, died this 
year, or the preceding year. 

(A) _ 

The jimior sons of Edmond Mag XJidhir, namely, Aedh 
and Art and Gilla-Isu and the sons of Toirdelbach Mag 
XJidhir, namely, Tadhg and Philip and the Black 
Gillie, made a raid on Domnall, son of Qilla-Padraig, 
son of Edmond Mag XJidhir, the Tuesday before the f east 
of [St.] Michael. And Domnall himself was slain in 
pursuit of the prey by Mael[-Sh]echlainn Mac Geibin- 
naigh with one thrust of a knif e. And Mael[«Sh]echlainn 

^wAd>p.— Conor OTarrell of Ardagh, 1418-24 (Ware, p. 253). 



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296 ocwíiccla uloTDti. 

Ui'bip, foon, «eaan, mac pilib, mic* Zommf ííleB Ui'bin, 
■00 'Benum uj^a 7 aitisfie^ a ííli'bbols aji clainn ^Oonn- 
Éai'5f mic OCe*a Ííle5 Ui'5ifi 7 afi clainn íílhes UalgaifiB 
txi '66. CC feficTÍitiin na peile mícil rm'*. 

(B) 
Cfxec -00 •oentim le dainn T!k)ip,|iT)ealbai$ tnej Uitif\ 7 
le dainn 015 Omtiinn XUe^ Un5if\ ap. 'Oomnall, mac Ji^- 
poDfioi^, mic 6mtiinn ÍHe^ Uit)1[i. Ocnf 'Oomnall pein [etc., 
asin A.] 

hUa Ivleilt, i-Don, Conn, mac enpi, -00 'Sul, fluag moji, 
a 'Ciji-ConaiLl rafieif' peile ííliciL' 7 •oigBaLa mop a 'do 
•fienum a 'Cif-OCe'ba Leif 7 baiLe ÍTlic-an-baif'D (iwn*, 
CCe'5') -00 Lofca* Le RagnaLL ITlac T^omnaiLL, iwn, cenn- 
peabna gaLLogLafi "do mtiinncif h[U]i WeiLL an RognaLL 
fin*. Ocuf p€ 'Do "Denam 'do hUa í4eiLL 7 vo hUa TDom- 
naiLL fie £eiLe an qfiaé fin. Ocuf bfian •DOfca, mac 
eogain hUi OCsain, "do mafba'5 Le WíaLL, mac OCifT; h[U]í 
NeiLL, •Do'n -duL pn. — ^pei'5Lim[i'5]", mac *Oonncai'5 ííles 
Ui-^if, 'Do Lot; 7 "DO gabaiL 7 TDonnCa* 05, a bjioéaiii, muf 
an ceCTa, Le 111 ac 5^LLa-fuai* (i'oon^ bjiian**) 7 Le -Da 
mac ©muinn TTles ^1*5111, i-Don, 0^0*5 7 5^LLa-lfU. Ocuf 
^iLLa-paDfaig, mac IHognufa, mic ^OomnaiLL aifD hUi 
íílaiLisein 7 CoCaL bui-^e, mac OCe^a ciraig, hUa dmaín 
'Do mafbo^ ann Leó. TTlac Seaain íílic S^LLa-fuai'5 
(i-Don^ SiLLa-pa'Dfaig') -00 mafba* 'n-a •Diaig fin a]x 
5f eif 01*501 Leifin pei'5Lím[i'5] fin, mac T)onn£ai'5 7 Le 
ííluinncif-TllaeLasain 7 Le ííluínnciii-dmain 7 apaiLe'. 
— íílac hUi Concobuif phaiLgi, i-Don, OCjit;, mac Cuinn, 
mic an CaLbaig, nec' ^do n-goif €1" OCjit; an bogain, 
•DO maf bo^ Le n-a •oef bf aíaip f ein 'o'en Uf íuf 'do §a, 
i'Don, Leif hUa Concobuip, i-Don, Le* Caéaif, mac Cuinn, 

1486. **e6, B. *^ T>'a n-goifvd^trAo used to b« caiUd, K 
' Mac-an'batrd.—See 1173, note 11. 



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himself was slain on the same epot. Mag Uidhir, namelj, L^^^*^] 
John, 8on of Philip, son of Thomas Mag Uidhir junior, 
made an incursion and raid into Midhbolg on the sons of 
Donchadh, son of Aedh Mag Uidhir and on the sons of 
Mag Ualghairg. In the week of Michaelmas that [was 
done]. 

(B) 

A raid was made by the Bons of Toirdelbach Mag Uidhir 
and by the jimior sons of Edmond Mag Uidhir on Donmall, 
son of Gilla-Fadraig, son of Edmond Mag Uidhir. And 
Doomall himself [^/^„ as in A]. 

Ua líeill, namely, Conn, son of Henry, went [with] a 
large host into Tir«ConaiU after Miohaelmas and great 
injnries were done in Tir-Aedha by him and the town of 
Mac-an-baird'^ (namely, Aedh) was bumeJ by Baghnall 
Mac DomnaiU ; namely, a leader of gallowglasses of the 
people of Ua NeiII [was] that Raghnall. And peace was 
made by Ua NeiU and by Ua DomnaiU with each other 
that time. And Brian the Dark, son of Eogan Ua Again, 
was slain by NiaU, son of Art Ua NeiU, on that expedi- 
tion.— Feidhlimidh, son of Donchadh Mag Uidhir, was 
wonnded and taken and Donchadh junior, his Idnsman, 
in the same way, by Mac GiUa-ruaidh (namely, Brian) 
and by two sons of Edmond Mag Uidhir, namely, Aedh 
and GUla-Isu. And GiUa-Padraig, son of Maghnus, son 
of DomnaU (Ja MaUigein the TaU and Cathal Ua Timain 
the Tawny, son of Aedh the Left-handed, were slain there 
by them. The son of John Mac GiUa-ruaidh (namely, 
GtiUa-Fadraig) was slain after that on a night incursion 
by that FeidhUmidh, son of Donchadh and by the Muintir- 
Maelagain and by Muintir-Timain and so on. — The son 
of Ua Concobuir Faly, namely, ' Art, son of Conn, son of 
the Calbach— one that was caUed Art an bo'gain® — 

^An bofiam. — 0/ the éoft egg : a Boubríquet dtmoting premature birth. 



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ccMMala tiLaroti. 



A 990 TTiic an Chalbcng, gaiiiiT)** a' Ti-T)iai§ Samna^— | Ri 
8axan, i-oon, Cins RifDejiT), vo moriba* a cac 7 5 cez 
Des "00 matiba'5 ipn coé fin, 7 fii "do •5enaTh "do mac 
bjieacnaig, neo£ le T;uca'5^^ in ca€ 7 naji'Thaifi aji rlicc 
na pola fiig in T:an fin a^z en macaTh 05, neo£ cainig 
aji innajiba'b in blioSain aji cinn a n-e|\inn. Ocuf a 
TOfac an pholmuiti T;uca'5 in ca€ Y\r\. — Remunn*, mac 
Tílaifne, mic Hemuinn 111 eg THacsamna, 'oo '5ul ai^ 
SctUcacr: THacaijie Oijisiall gaipiT) fioim WoDluig 7 mac 
T)o'n Tkia, iT)on, 8eon Txia, vo íhajibaS leif 7 Conn, mac 
íílalnaif hUi Connalaig 7 mac Cojimaic hlli Connalais 
7 mac mic CCjiT)|ail t)0 mafiba'^ uime 7 a 4, no a 5, 
xx.1t: T)*eacaiC vo buain ve fein 7 v'a muinnT^ijL Ocuf 
Caíaiji, mac 1iiia[i]L, mic phiLib, mic eogain, mic 
8emuif 7 mac Cacafta moiji TTles íílaugamna vo gabaiL 
ann 7 Bosan T)'eLo§ a n-T)iaié í4oT)La[i]5*. — bjxian hUa 
hUiT), iT)on, peji T)ana jxismio^afi* vo 'Cjiian-Con|aiL, t)0 
majiba'^ in" bLioSain fi Le mac íílic Cosain, iT)on, Le 
8eaan, mac eo^ain TTlic eogain*.— íílac OLiueji pLuing- 
ceT) T)o majxbaS Le mac tlifT)ejiT) pLuinsceD otoji T)a 
NoDLuig. 

(5iLLa-paDj\ai5* hUa hUisinn, iDon,mac bjiiain, mic 
íílaiL-eaCLoinn h[U]í UiginD, iDon, fai-^ Dana 7 feji 
nge n-ai'5eaD ju coirceann do éjienaiB 7 do éjiogaiB, a 
eg um feiL TTliciL an bLia'^ain fi, aji m-bjiei€ buo^a 

1485. *<^-5(ró, A. * onoriac— Aonotired; B. ««=14790*, on 99b. 



• Battlt,—Oi Bosworth, Monday, 
Aug. 22, 1485. The number oí 
BlaJn was 3,000. 

^® Son» — Read grandson (o£ Owen 
Tudor, who married Catherine, 
reliot of Henry VI.). 

" YouHg man, — ^Bichard, son of 



the Duke of Clarence, whom the 
Compiler identifies with Lambert 
SimneL See Gilbert, Viceroy9 
p. 425 sq. 

* ^* In referenoe to the Bubjeot of 
the final (additional) entrj, another 
hand wrote, in A (99b, t. m.) : 



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ANNALS OP ULSTER. 299 

was slain by his own brotlier, nameljr, by Ua Concobuir, [1486] 
that Í8, by Cathair, son of Conn, son ot the Calbach, with 
one cast of a javelin, shortly after November Day. — The 
king of the Saxons, namely, king Eichard [III.], was slain 
in battle® and 1500 were slain in that battle and the son^^ 
of the Welshman, he by whom the battle was given, was 
made king. And there lived not of the race of the blood 
royal that time but one young man^^, who came, on being 
exiled the year af ter, to Ireland. And in the beginning 
of Harvest was fought that battle. — Bedmund, son of 
Glaisne, son of Redmund Mag Mathgamna, went against 
the Foreign settlement of the Plain of Oirghialla 8hortly 
before Christmas and a son of Taafe, namely, John Taaf e, 
was slain by him and Conn, son of Maghnus Ua Conna- 
laigh and the son of Cormac Ua Connalaigh and the 
grandson of Ardghal were slain around bim. And four, 
or five, score of horses were wrested from himself and 
from his people. And Cathair, son of Irial, son of Philip, 
son of Eogan, son of James and the son of Echaldh Mag 
Mathgamua Mor were taken there and Eogan escaped 
after Christmas. — ^Brian Ua Hood, namely, an honoured 
poet of Trian-Conghail, was slain this year by the son of 
Mac Eogain, that is, by John, son of Eogan Mac Eogain. — 
The 8on of Oliver Plunket was slain by the son of Eichard 
Plunket between the two Nativities [Dec. 25 — Jan. 6]. 

(Qilla-Padraig Ua hUiginn, namely, son of Brían, son 
of Maileachloinn Ua hUiginn, namely, professor of poetry 
and a man that kept a general guest-house for rich and 
for poor, died about Michaelmas this year, on gaining 
victory from world and from demon. — This year was 

bennoéc 'o'fMxgai^ '6'a cig, BenÍBon I left to his hoiue, 

GCg m mac f\n TTles Ui'óiti : With that son oí Hag Uidhir : 

tílo taitií|* \f mé cecc, I [went] past it [the house] on my 

return, 
■O'txcgaf a n-'óe bean'oacca. [Forl I left benison jreeterdaj. 



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300 CCMMalCC ULCCDtl. 

•DOfíian 7 'Beman". — ílic' nacuf epc Connacr;itif, pliur 
CajioLi luuenif, 5 ]calenT)af pebpuajin, petiia 6\) 

lcat lan. pof T^omnac [t' acx.iii.*,] CCnno ^Oomini 111.** 
cccc.° locxx."* ui.° CCfiT;, mac TTlic ^Oomnaill Clainni- 
Ceallait, iwn^ mac Cofmaic, mic OCifiT: TTlic TDomnaiir, 
•00 mapbaft a Cluain-eoif a qxaoan •oo*' fi|ne fe tie 
cleipcib la WoDlaj beog*' (i-Don^ le 8emaf, tíiac philib, 
mic in cotíiofba TTles TTlaÉsamna 7 le mac T)onn£ai'5 
ííles THaísamna, i-oon, an pejifun 7 le SiUa-paDfais 
Connalaig, iT)on, an T:-abb'). — "Cuaral, mac IvleiU cafi- 
faié, mic* THuifcepcaié 015 hUi NeiU^ vo mafbob Le 
'Comaf, mac OCiBne hUi Caca[i]n% ifin'* CoiLL-iccafaig 
a n-T)iaig í4oT)La[i]5^ — eogan^ mac If ííles fla5naiLL, 
T)o gabaiL a peaLL Le cuit) t)0 cLainn TTlaeLfuanais Tíleg 
Ua^aiLL 1 n-T)iai§ í4oT)La[i]5^ — CLann 05 CmuinT) Tlles 
Ui'bif, iT)on, CCeb 7 OCpr cappac 7 piLib, T)0 ^abaiL Le 

B92b cLainn | CoippDeLbais TTles Ui'Bip, iT)on, Le Za^^ 7 Le 
piLib, 15'* ]caLenT)af TTlapcii, pep DoLum^ — Cpe£^ mop 
Le bpian, mac RemuinT), mic Ruspai'Be TTleg TTlaé- 
^amna, ap cLoinT) CmuinT), mic Chomaif 015 TTlhesUi'bip 
7 ap GmunT) fein ap CuiL-na-naip[é]ep 7 ]CaLenT)af 
TTlapcii. Ocuf'' emunn 05, mac Gmuinn TTleg Ui'bip, t)o 
TÍiapba'5 Leo' a n-T)aipe-Chenainn 7 apaiLe'. — CLann'* 
TTluipif, m[i]c TTlic TTlupcai'D an T;-fLeiBe, iT)on, "Dom- 

A99d naLL 7 TTluipif 7 pepo^ac, vo mapba* a peaLL | Le 
cLainn Concobaip, ma[i]c íTlic TTlupcai'5, iT)on, Le cLainn 
T)epbpa€ap a n-oíap, 1 n-a n-oipeccuf pein 7 uiLc im'5a 
T)o€eccaffin an bLia5ain ceTma^— SepoiT), mac lapLa 

1485. ▼•▼=«•«011 99. 

1486. (Here recommenoeB and goes on to 1604 inoluflive. Ita 
omissions (8ingk worda not being noted) are áhown by loose accenta ( ' ' ). 
With theae and the exoeptions hereinaftep given, C follows B). 

«^bl., A; none, B. ^^-^^om., B. «^1430^», A; le cloinn cm corii- 
arxba TTles Tílh.— 6y theaonto/ the Coarb M. M. -text, B. • in bbawnn 
[p], ad., B. '-' le btwan, mac ReniiiinT) TH^ TH., B. 



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301 



bom [Cu-jConnacht^ son of Catlial [Mao Maghnusa] 
joníor, on the 6th of the Ealends of Februarj [Jan. 28], 
on Friday.) 

Kalends of Jan. on Sunday [23rd of the moon,] a.d. 
1486. Art, son of Mac Domnaill of Clann-CelÍaigh, 
namely, son of Cormac, son of Art Mac DomnaiU, was 
Blain in Cluain-eois, in a quarrel he made with clerics 
Little Christmas Day (namely, with James, son of Philip, 
son of the Coarb Mag Mathgamna and with the son of 
Donchadh Mag Mathgamna, that is, the Parson and with 
Gilla-Padraig 0'Connalaigh,that Í8,the Abbot^).— Tuathal, 
son of Niall Carrach, son of Muircertach TJa Neill junior, 
was slain by Thomas, son of Aibne ITa Cathain, in CoiU- 
ichtarach^ after Christmas. — Eogan, son of Ir Mag Ragh- 
naill, was taken in treachery after Christnias by some of 
the sons of Maelruanaigh Mag RaghnailL — The junior 
sons of Edmond Mag tJidhir, namely, Aedh and Art 
Carrach and Philip, were taken in treachery by the eons 
of Toirdelbach Mag TJidhir, namely, by Tadhg and by 
Philip, on the 15th of the Ealends of March [Feb. 15]. 
— ^A great raid [was made] by Brian, son of Eedmond, 
son of Eughraidhe Mag Mathgamna, on the sons of 
Edmund, son of Thomas Mag XJidhir junior and on 
Edmund himself at Cuil-na-nairther^, on the 7th of the 
Ealends of March [Feb. 23]. And Edmund jonior, 
son of Edmund Mag Uidhir, was slain by them in 
Daire-Cenain and so on. — The sons of Maurice, son of 
Mac Murchaidh of the Mountain, namely, Domnall and 
Maurice and Feradach, were slain in treachery by the 
sons of CoDcobar, son of Muc Marchaidh, that is, by the 
sons of the brother of their father, in their own assembly 



[1485] 



[1486 



. 1486. 1 Abbot.'-Oi the Abbey of 
SS. PeteraDd Paul (I>. /., V.p. 212). 
^Coill-ichtaraeh. — See 1470, 
note 12. 



' Cuil-na'fiairther, — Comerof tlie 
Eastems (Coole, tbe bar. on the 
south-eastem shore of XJpper 
Lough Eme, oo. Fermanagh). 



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302 ccHnaut uLaroh. 

^Oeaf-íHuman, iT)on, mac Semtiif , mic S^txoi'o, mic 
TTluipif, mic Tomaif lajila, T)'he5 in blia^ain fi'. — 
Gmunn, mac Comaif gf eannaig, mic ^Ouinn, mic pilib 
na T^uai'fie ííle^ Ui'Bip, -D'hes in^ blia5atn f i^ Ocuf 
a T)eiibiia€ai)íi aile pn, iT)on, eosan, mac Tx)maif gf en- 
nai| 7 íílajnuf, mac* íl1aelT)Uin 7 tlu|fai'5e, mac Con- 
cobuif, mic ^Ouinn íílhes** tli'5ir^ 'oo majiboB aji baile a 
n-oifeíc le pei'5lim[i'5], mac *Oonn£ai'5 TTles tli'5if, aii 
5fea€Lai| oi'5ce.— Pfioiii íílaeéla, iT)on, pef|al, mac 
flagnaill, mic RoibejiT), mic an Pfiopa Tlles Ragnaill, 
T)'he5 in** blio^ain [p] la Cafg^ — CaiT^ilin, in^en hUi 
PepéaiU iT)on, injen TDomnaiLl bui-Se, mic T^homnaiLL, 
mic Seaain, mic ^OomnaiLL' hUi pefsaiL, iT)on, bean 
niic^ íílalnufrf ííles Ui-Siji, iT)on, ben CaéaiL 015, mic 
CaéaiL moiji, hoc*' anno, 7nio i^u^ tílaii, quieuic^ — Re- 
munn^ mac ^^'«ir^G THe^ íílacsamna, vo t)uL aji SaLL- 
cacc íílacaijie Oiji^iaLL 7 eic 7 T)aine vo buain T)e 7 
Peji-T)Ofica TTla50fima[i]n vo majxba'5 uime, a cuf an 
c-8haiíijiaié^ — bjiian, mac Ru|juii'5e, mic** CCjiT)§aiL** 
ííles THaésamna (iT)on^ Tngejxna ^Oajiujiaige^), t)o majx- 
ba'^ Le ^aLLaiB TTlacaijie OijigiaLL 8** lT)Uf lunii^ — 
T)onn£a'5, mac 'Comaif, mic pejigaiL' TTles ^aiíijia5ain, 
iT)on, canufa 'CeaLLaig-eoéac, T^'heg 1** 8amjia'5 na 
bLia'^na fa^ — TTlac *OiajimaT)a TTlui§i-luiji5, iT)on, 
Ruai-^fi, mac Ruai-^jii caic, T^'he^. — TnaiL[-8h]eacLainn*' 
05 Tílac Caba t)0 "^uL Le cLainn hUi Ruaijic, iT)on, Le 
cLainn Tisejinain, mic 'Cai'55, mic dgejinain hUi Ruaijic, 
iT)on, 'Cil.ejinan 7 bjiian jxuaft, T)o cumna'^ Le cLainn 
Iji TTIes Ra^naiLL a n-agai'5 cLainni TTlhaiL[-8h]ec- 

1486. » om., B (not C). ^'^alao after 5]fienncn§, B. ! = »>■>>. Walao 
afterois, B. ^-^^hosJJ. 



* i\rom<;/y»— Insert (according to iofJames,8onofThoma$, Theomis- 
tihe last entrj but two of 1487) : son \ sion arose from homcaoteleuton. 



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ANNALS OF ULSTER. 303 

and manjr evils came of it the same year, — Gerald, son of n^^Q^ 

the Earl of Desmond, namely*, son of James, son of 

Gerald, son of Maurice, son of Earl Thomas, died this 

year — Edmund, son of Thomas the [long-]bearded, son of 

Donn, son of Philip Mag XJidhir of the [battle-] 

axe, died this year. And his other brother, namely, 

Eogan, son of Thomas the [long] bearded and Maghnus, 

son of Maelduin [Maguire] and Bughraidhe, son of Con- 

cobur, son of Donn Mag Uidhir, were slain in the place 

of theír assemblies by Feidhlimidh, son of Donnchadh 

Mag XJidhir, on a night incursion. — The prior of Maethal, 

namely, Ferghal, son of Raghnall, son of Robert, son of 

the Prior Mag RaghnaiU, died this year on Easter*^ Day. 

— Kathleen, daughter of Ua Ferghail, that is, daughter of 

Domnall the Tawny, son of Domnall, son of John, son of 

Domnall Ua Ferghail, namely, wife of Mac Maghnusa 

Mag Uidhir, that is, wife of Cathal junior, son of Cathal 

Mor, rested this year on the 7th of the Ides [9th] of May. 

— Redmund, son of Glaisne Mag Mathgamna, went in 

the beginning of Summer against the Foreign settlement 

of the Flain of Oirghialla and horses and persons were 

wrested from him and Fer-dorcha Magormain was slain 

whilst ii^ith him. — ^Brian, son of Rughraidhe, son of Ard- 

ghal Mag Mathgamna (namely, lord of Dartraighe), was 

slain by Foreigners of the Plain of Oirghialla on the 8th 

of the Ides [6th] of June. — Donchadh, son of Thomas, 

son of Ferghal Mag Samríidhain, namely, tanist of Tel- 

lach-Eathach, died in the Summer of this year. — Mac 

Diarmada of Magh-Luirg, namely, Ruaidhri, son of 

RuaidhriBlind[-eye], died. — Mail[-Sh]echlainn Mac Caba 

junior went with the sons of Ua Ruairc, namely, with the 

sons of Tigheman, son of Tadhg, son of Tigheman Ua 

Ruairc, that ia, Tigheman and Brian the Red, to aid the 

*£asíer.—Uvii6ti 26 (V. A). 



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ocMMCclcc tfLaroti. 



lcnnn flles tla|naiLl. Ocur* Íílail[-8h]e6lainn 05^1)0 
mafiba* le clainn Tllail[-8h]ea6lainn"', ííonif''1iilii 7 
•oa mac 5ilLe-eooin -00 mafiba^ pcc^if «nn, iT)on, tluai'5íii 
7 OCLún ec aLii qui'oani. Ocuf 'ouine maié oijiecc vo 
muinnciti cLainni hlli Ruaific "00 mafiba'b in La cecna, 
iT)on, UiLLiam T)uB, mac btiiain, mic Seaain, fllic 
ÍTluiíieabail^ — ÍTlaj íla|naiLL, raifec ííluinnntii- 
hBoLuif , iT)on, 'Ca^^, mac CaéaiLi mic CaéaiL fiuai'b ííle^ 
RagnaiLL, obiic" 17^ ]CaLenT)af OCptiiLif ^ — CaibiT)iL^ coic- 
A looa cinn 1 n-*OfoiciT)-ar;a ag aifT)efpuc OCiiT)a-Tlla£a, | iT)on, 
Occauianuf lT:aLícuf 7 ag efpucaiB 7 ag cLeipfiib 
'Chuaifc[e]ifT;^ Gpenn, 5^ lT)Uf luLii. TDomnaLL hUa 
PaLLariiain, iT)on, bpauaip íílinup ve Obpepuancia 7 
fenmonrai^ ap mo t)o pinne T)*fx)5nuTÍi T)o CpennfiaiC 
T)o bi paT)pai5 1 n-Cpinn, T)0 beé ap in CaibiT)iL fin ag 
foLaéap a Lirpeafi T)'f uafLujU'b ap eppucoiT) ^Oaipe 7 fi 
ap n-a gnoéugu'b Cuige in can fin Roim^ — Oíz m-baiLe 
piceT)^ T)o 5«LLT)acu ITlacaipe OipgiaLL t)o LofgoS Le 
fllas íílaísamna, iT)on, Le htte* 05, mac tte^a puai-b, 
mic'' Rugpai'Be^ in Cfcare huiuf anni. — 1TlaiL[-8h]e- 
cLainn 7 Ruai-Bpi, va mac TTlic *Oonncai'5 "Cipe-hOiLeLLa, 
T)o mapba'B Le cLainn ^OomnaiLL caim, mic TTlic *Oonn- 
cm^, — Seaan bui'Be, mac ©osain, mic WeiLL Ó15 hUi 
ííeiLL, mopcu[u]f efr; hoc'* anno, cipca pepcum beaa 
Pacpicii^ — TDomnaLL 05 Tllac [C]apTXi[i]n, iT)on, pep 

1486. i-|^- on t. line, with c (t. h.) above, (A) MS. ,> 20, with eo above, 
B ; with eoD, A. » niac Caba, ad., B. " meg HajnaiU, an bliaóain 
[p], ad., B. (Add. 1, m, were necessarj on aooount of the omm.) 
«» 'o'bes, B. 



^ Synod, — Literallj, Chapter : a 
proof that the eutrj waa copied 
from a monastio re^ter. 

' Oetavian. — A Florentine; arch- 
bishop, 1480-1613 {in/ra), See 
Ware, p. 88-9. 

8 The &th of. — Omitted by 
0*Donovan (iv. 1139), with the re- 



sult that in the published aoooonts 
the date of the Synod is July 15. 

^ Endeavouring, — To seoure the 
aid of members of the Synod in 
raising a loan, or perf ecting a bond, 
to 'release the LetterB, whioh were 
held as 8ecurity by the merohanta 
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fions of Ir Mag Eaglmaill agaíiist the sons of Mail[-Sh]- [1486] 
echlainn Mag Baghnaíll. And Mail[-Sh]echlainn jonior 
was slain by the sons of Mail[-Sh]echlainn on the Nones 
[7th] of Jnly and two sons of Gilla-Eoin, namely, Bu- 
aidhri and Alon and some others were slain with him 
there. And a person of the people of the sons of XJa 
Buairo [of] good [coonsel in] an a8sembly, namely, 
WiUiam the Black, son of Brian, son of John Mac Muir- 
edhaighi was slain the same day. — Mag Baghnaill, chief 
of Muintir-Eoluis, namely, Tadhg, son of Cathal, son of 
Gathal Mag Baghnaill tbe Eed» died on tbe 17th of the 
Ealends of April [Mar. 16]. — ^A general Synod* [was 
held] in Droiched-atha by the archbishop of Ard-Macha, 
namelyy Octavian^ the Italian and the bishops and clergy 
of the North of Ireland, on the 5th oP the Ides [llth] 
of July. Domnall TTa Fallamhain, namelyi Friar Minor 
of [Stricter] Observance and the preaoher that did most 
service to Irishmen since Patrich was in Ireland, was at 
that Synod, endeaTouring^ to release his Letters for the 
bishoprio of Derry, which had been granted^^ to him 
that time from Bome. — Eight and twenty townlands of 
the Foreign settlement of the plain of Oirghialla were 
bumed by Mag Mathgamna, namely, by Aedh junior, 
son of Aedh the Bed, son of Bughraidhe, in the Summer 
of this year. — Mail[-Sh]eohlainn and Buaídhri, two sons 
of Mao Donnchaidh of Tir-Oilella, were slain by the sons 
of Domnall the Stooped, son of Mac Donnchaidh. — John 
the Tawny, son of Eogan^^son of Niall Ua NeiU junior, died 
tbis year about the feast of Blessed Patriok. — Domnall 
Mac '.Cartain junior, namely, a truly-hospitable, humane 



designate, paid the episoopal 
aimats in the Chixia. Failnre to 
redeem entaOed f orfeitnre of the 
appointment. Cf, Ware, Biahop, 
p.87-8. 



^« Granted.—Bj Innocent VIII., 
May 16, 1485 (Wadding, XTV. 
399). O'Fallon Bucceeded Weston 
(Ware, p. 291) and died in 1600 
(infra). 

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T)ei§eíní§, T)aenafca5, quietiic ecoeni** cemporie^— CCtic 
fiua'&, mac Silla-paDfiais, mic** emuínn** TTles Ui'biTi, w 
matiba* 'o'utifiufi rnf r«^gi'&'* le clainn 'CoiriTi'5ealbaife, 
mic*» Pilib** mes tli'5iri.— CaifDel^ beil-periroi 7)0 gabail 
le pei'5lím[i'5], mac mic h[tl]í Weitl bui'be 7 te mac an 
T:-8haCairife iwn, RoibefiT), mac «eínicin «aCaif 7 ^ 
ctoinn Weitt 5attT)a, mic bniain battai|, afi bq[iT)aiC 
btiiain, mic CCeT)a bui*5e, mic Ofiiain battaig, in efcoce^ 
— CCe*, mac UeitU mic CCe*a, mic eosain hUi Weitt, 
hoc'* anno quieuic^— Bmunn 05, mac emuinn, mic Con- 
Uto* hUi Weitt 7 Cofimac, mac CCi|w; 6a|i|iai§, mic 
mait[-8h]e6tainn hUi Weitt, t)0 mafiboS in pjiincipio 
efcacir.— Gosan^ mac Ifi meg Ha5naitt, T)0 etog ora 
taimT)e6ur. — Ctann me5tli'5ifi,iT)on,ctann emuinn, iTK)n, 
CCe* 7 CCpc capfiafi, vo puartuga'^ an luan a n-T)iai§ 
8amna. Ocur^ mag tli'5ifi, iTK)n, o' n-aíaifi% vo tegan 
a T:i§efiTiu[i]r "oe an' ta cecna riri' cum 8eaain, mic pitib 
mejtli'^ifi (lT)on^an-1nir-rinnfia£T)OfionaDrin*.) — 
5itta-na-naemS mac 1fiia[i]t htli pefigait, t)0 gabait 
teir Pefigait, iT)on, te flu§fiai*5e, mac Caéait htli 
phefigait 7 a íabaipc T)o'n larla, iT)on, vo SepoiT), mac 
'Comair lafita, iT)on, lafita Citte-T)afia^— *Oonn, mac 
emuinn, mic 'Comair 015 meg tli'5ip, vo mafiba'5 a pett 
A loob a n-T)Ofiur f^eitgi CC£ai*5-Uficaifie te ctoinn T^ómair 015 | 
mes tli'5ifi, iT)on, 'Comar 7 ConSobup 7 Ruai'5pi" 7^ te 
ctainn ptai€beficai§, mic ^Comair 015, iT)on, ^itta- 
paDfiaig 7 Cu-Connacc 7 bfiian cfiorafi, lcaten^ir 
8epnmbfiir, luna 4«— mac paDfiaig Cufira vo ég*.— 
CCn bapfxafi mofi vo mafiba5 te mac mic *Oonncai'5 
meg Cafipíaig, iT)on^ cenn pine vo Ctainn-Cappéai^. 

«•« raigDe (g.)i B. p-P=1379*» . «-4 emtinn, B. ''as • (with cm for m). 
■ 7 atiaile, ad., B. 

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man, rested atthe same time. — Art the Red, son of Gilla- [1486] 
Padraig, son of Edmund Mag Fidhir, was slain with the 
shot of an arrow by the sons of Toirdelbach, son of Phiiip 
Mag Fidhir. — The castle of Bel-Fersdi was taken by 
Feidhlimidh, grandson of [Aedh] TJa NeiU the Tawny and 
by the son of Savage, namely, Bobert, son of Jenkin 
Savage and by the sons of Brian the Foreign, son of 
Brian the Freckled, írom the warders of Brian, son of 
Aedh the Tawn^, son of Brian the Freokled, in Sunmier. 
— Aedh, son of Niall, son of Aedh, son of Eogan Fa Neill, 
rested this year. — Edmund junior, son of Edmund, son 
of Cu-TJladh Fa NeiU and Cormac, son of Art Carrach, 
son of Mail[-Sh]echlainn TJa Neill, were slain in the be- 
ginning of Sommer. — ^Eogan, son of Ir Mag ítaghnaill, 
escaped from his captiyity. — ^The sons of Mag Uidhir, 
that is, the sons of Edmund, namely, Aedh and Art 
Carrach, were liberated the Monday^^ after Novem- 
ber Day. And Mag Fidhir, namely, their father, 
resigned his lordship tíie same day to John, son of Philip 
Mag Uidhir (Namely, in Inis-finnrach that was done.). — 
QiUa-na-naem, son of Irial Ua Ferghail, was taken by Ua 
Ferghail, namely, by Bughraidhe, son of Cathal Ua Fer- 
ghail and given to the Earl, that is, to Gerald, son of 
Earl Thomas, namely, Earl of Eildare. — Donn, son of 
Edmund, son of Thomas Mag Uidhir junior, was slaín 
in treachery in the door of the cemetery of Achadh-ur- 
ohaire by the sons of ThomasMag Uidhir junior, namely, 
Thomas and Concobur and Buaidhri and by the sons of 
Flaithbertach, son of Thomas junior, namely, GKlla- 
Padraig and Cu-Connacht and Brian the Scarred, on the 
JB^alends [Ist] of September, 4th^* of the moon. — ^The 
Bon of Patrick Courcey died. — ^The Barrymore was slain 



oocop in the Dionjrian Cycle 1 360). For EaUndt, aooordinglj, 
(TodiL Leet, III., T'able IV., p. I read Noms : Sep. 6, moon 4. 

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Ocur «" ba|ina6 afi n-Dul afi C|iei6 a\jí la NoT>la[i]5, 
iT)OTi, 8eaan Oafiiva*.— tlbla im'ba a n-safiti^aDaiB 7 a 
coillmC 1TI blicrfeain fi'.— hlla Concobuiti vo wnum 
1» Conna6TOi!!í in* blia'Bain p* le TTlac tlilliam bupc 7 
le n-a fia[i]nn pein 1 ConnaécaiB th)* CCe**, mac CCefta, 
mic** 'Coiíip'oelbaié 015, mic ae'Ba**, mic 'Coiriíi'5elbai§, 
B 92c mic** CCe*a, mic eogain^— | «Eainneri crurBa iwri htla 
n-*Oomnaill, iT>on, CCe* riua*, mac Neill saifiC* 7 TTlac 
Uilliam l&atiafi pa bel a6a áitiT)-na-i\ia6 1 CJonnafiwnB, 
í1onar[-ir]*'8epT:imbtiir^ intiomajibo* TniiUe[*] aticeD 
vo muinnmfi mic tliUiam butuí 7 intio^aba* «eaan, 
mac TTlic 8hiutirain 7 tliUeas, mac RirT>etiT>, mic 
'Chomait^ a butic ec atii muUn. — Cosan, mac loclainn, 
mic 'Cai'55 hUi Ruaitvc, obiic 111.^ lT>ur «epTambtiir**- — 
«gainneati iT>eti CeaUa6-ea€a6 peinS intiomapbo* 
pei'Blimíi*], mac Peti^ail níles «haiíitwr&ain.— maipri^» 
ingen r-8eaain, mic** *OomnaiU, mic 8heaain, mic *Ootíi- 
naiU* hUi phetiéait, iT>on, bean Concobuiti, mic ^l^ir^® 
hUi Raiéitti^, T>o baéat, no t>o iíiu£cr5, 1 n-CC€-na- 
boipne: 51* b'e a*buti, no*» 51* Wq^ vo pigne.— Ru|- 
pai'BeN mac 1iiia[i]t hUi phepgait, t>o gaCait te bpian 
bui'Se, mac hUi phepgait, iT>on, te mac Rugt^ai'Be, mic 
Caéait hUi phetigait, ipn phogthati.— hUa Meitt, iT>on, 
Conn, mac entii, mic eogaín hUi Weitt, t>o "But, rtua*, 
ap TTlacaipe Oitifeiatt 7 mittre motia 7 toir5[€]e im-Ba 
T>o 'Benam ann teir t^im «athuin^ — ^pitib, mac in Com- 
otiba TTles TTlaésaiíina, iT>on^ mac «emuir, mic Rug- 
pai'Be, mic CCpT^gait TTles TnaÉBamnaN iT>on, in c-e t>o 
bi 1 n-a Éananac copaB a Cto6up 7 1 n-a comopba 
Cisepnaié* 1* Ctuam-eoir 7 ^ "-« peprun a n-*Oapqiai§i 
7 05 a tioiBe T^'upTÍioii cerpamna erpuic Oipgiatt uite 7 

1486. »a,B. WCC-, B. *om., A. 



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by the grandson of Doncliadh Mag Carthaigh, namely, [1486] 
a tribe head of the Clann-Carthaigh. And the [eaid] 
Barry, namelj, John Barry, had gone on a raid on him 
Ghristmas Day. — ^Apples [were] abundant in gardens and 
woods thÍ8 year. — Aedh, son of Aedh, son of Toirdelbach 
junior, son of Aedh, son of Toirdelbach, son of Aedh, son 
of Eogan, was made TJa Concobuir in Connacht this year 
by Mao William de Burgh and by his own party in Con- 
nacht. — ^A courageous sfcirmish [took place] between Fa 
Domnaill, namely, Aedh the Bed, son of I^iall the Bough 
and Lower Mac WiUiam by the mouth of the ford of 
Ath-na-riadh in Connacht, on the Nones [5th] of Sep- 
tember, wherein were slain more than 100 of the people 
of Mao WiUiam de Burgh and wherein were taken John, 
son of Mac Jordan and TJlick, son of Bichard, son of 
Thomas de Burgh and many others. — Eogan, son of 
Lochlann, son of Tadhg Ua Buairc, died on the 3rd of 
the Ides [llth] of September. — ^A 8kirmish [took place] 
between the Tellach-Eathach themselves, wherein was 
slain Feidhlimidh, son of Ferghal Mag Samradhain. — 
Marcella, daughter of John, son of Domnall, son of John, 
Bon of Donmall Fa Ferghail, namely, wife of Concobur, 
son of Glaisne Fa Baighilligh, was drowned, or stifled, in 
Ath-na-boime, whatever the camse, or whoever did [it]. — 
Bughraidhe, son of Irial TJa Ferghail, was taken by Brian 
the Tawny, son of Fa Ferghail,namely,by the son óf Bugh- 
raidhe, son of Cathal Ua Ferghail, in the Harvest. — Fa 
NeiU, namely, Conn, son of Henry, son of Eogan TJa NeiU, 
went [with] a host on the Plain of OirghiaUa and great 
devastations and many bumings were done there by 
him before November Day. — PhiUp^, son of the Coarb 
Mag Mathgamna, namely, son of James, son of Bugh- 
raidhe, son of Ardghal Mag Mathgamna, to wit, one 
that was canon choral in Clochar and successor of [St.] 
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ccMwccLcc tiloroti. 



Fefimejieíc p|iiofui lu^bai'b 7 pepn-muifi, obiir' in pefco 
8ancci lohannif CCpofcoli etjeuanselirce'. — ^5etioiT),mac 
pheíi§ail,mic SheaainhUi 1flai§illi|,T)o mafiba* le clainn 
A looo TTlagnufa, | mic CCe^a puai'B TTles Tnaéjamna -f le cuit) 
T)o thumnnp bapuin Slainge, saijiiT) poim MoT^luig, a 
Cloinn-an-6aic htli 1flaigilli§^ — ^CaCa^ mof falainn in 
blia^ain fi*' 7 in blio^ain eile [f 1] fomainn** 1 n-Ofinn, 
innuf suf'ceannfia* co móiníc in cafiTOfalainT) aji bonn 
ifin íni'5e 7 co f abaT^up lu£u magai'b agT^enum a mafiB- 
naiT)e^ ofi fon na£ fa§l)ai'5€ea® f e n-a« 6enna6 hé. — 
THas tlagnaill t)0 ^aipm in bliatain fi' t)0 CíonCobuf, 
mac TnufCai'5 Tíles Ragnaill, t)o flific TTlail[-8h]e£- 
tainn. — Tnac***OomnaiU, iT)on, confabul salloslac hUi 
Meill, T)o 'benum t)o Ragnall, mac eoin, mic *Oonn£ai'B 
T)oi£li§ Tílic ^Oomnaill, in bliatain fi^ — ^T>aipfi mofi 
afi caiplitS in^ bliatoin fi a CJoicot) UUtB 7 in blia^ain 
eile® fi fvomain[n], innuf gup'cennÉe'b co* meinic colpa£ 
capuill ap loil^iÉ^® 7 ap Bipaifi. — 'Cigepnuf* *Oapq[iai|i 
7 hí f éin T)0 éabaipr t)0 filainn eogain, mic tlu§pai'5e 
TTles Tnaégamna, in hoc anno^ — Tnainifcip bpaéap" 
TTHnup t)0 Obfepuancia t)o €innf5na['5] in blia^ain 
fi' le mac 8ap eobapT) lufcaf, iT)on, le Rolan, ap bopT) 
abann tifpe. — In^ *Oalacunac, iT)on, ©munn, mac piapaif 
*Oalarun, t)o legan a ngepnuif T)e cum a mic pein, iT)on, 
cum 'Comaif *Oalacun, in bliaBain fi^ 

(ílic'' nar^Uf efc Tnagoniuf, piliuf Capoli luuenif, 18 
T)ie CCusufxn, pepia 6\) 

1486. »-6aifi, B. «paécai,B. 'on, B. «-i, A. •gu, B. W-15, B. 
r -tifi, A. ^-M eg laii m-buai'ó aiéingi 7 a|iaile— </íe<í after victory 0/ 
penancB^ ete^'B. ^in c-fatainn (g.), ad., B (om., C). ''•^=14790* 
onlOOa. 



" JPotiríAa. — ^The portíon of the 
tithe a88igned to the biahop. From 
the Taxation of Bonifaoe VIII. 
(Z>. /., V. p. 2028q.) it appean 



that in Ireland, with one exception, 
procuration, or oommntation, was 
the role. In Tnam the old sjatem 
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had for the greater part all the Fourthsi* of the bishop of 
Oírghíalla and the farming^ of the priors of Lughbadh 
and Fem-magb, died on the feast of St. John, Apostle 
and Evangelist [Dec. 27]. — Garret, son of Ferghal, son 
of John Ua BaíghiUigh, was slain by the sons of Maghnus, 
8on of Aedh Mag Mathgamna the Aed and by some of 
the people of the baron of Slane, shortIy before Christ- 
mas in Clann-in-caich^^ of TJa BaighiUigh. — Gbeat dearth 
of salt this y6ar and the previous year in Ireland, so that 
often the quart of salt was bought f or a groat in Meath 
and jesting foIk were composing its elegy, because it was 
not to be had to be bought — Concobur, son of Murchadh 
Mag RaghnaiII, was proclaimed Mag Raghnaill this year 
by the descendants of Mael[-Sh]echlainn. — Baghnall, son 
of John, son of Donchadh Mac Domnaill the Churlish, 
was this year made Mac Domnaill, that is, constable of 
the gallowglasses of TJa NeilL — Great deamess on horses 
this year in the Province of TJlster, so that often a colt 
was bought for a milch cow and a heif er. — ^The lordship of 
Dartraighe and [D.] itself were given to the sons of Eogan, 
son of Bughraidhe Mag Mathgamna, in this year. — A 
monaster^i^ of Friars Minor of [Stricter] Observance was 
begun this year by the son of Sir Edward Eustace, namely, 
by Eoland, on the bank of the river Liffey. — The Dalton, 
namely, Edmund, son of Piers Dalton, resigned his lord- 
ship to his own son, that is, to Thomas Dalton, this year. 

(This year was bom Magonius [Cu-maighe ?], son of 
Cathal [Mac Maghnusa] junior, on Friday, August 18.) 



[1486] 



beiiig : rector, two fourtbs ; Tioar 
and metropolitan, one f oorth eaoh 
(t*. p. 227flq). 

For the historj of the Fottrth 
iinder the Beformers, see Ware, p. 
6198q. 

^Farming.^Ol the reotorial 
parts of the tithes of the ohnrohefl 
in Clogher diooeM held hy the 



priories of Lonth and Famej. 

M Clann'in'caich. — See [1377], 
noteS. 

^ MonasUnf. — At the end of the 
entrj, another hand wrote in 0: 
« Called New Abbej, ncare EU. 
onlin" {0\á EilcnlleD, oo. Eil- 
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ccMwaLoc tiUroh. 



\cáL lan. pofi* luan*, 1 8[4], CCnno ^Oomini 1487. mac 
CCeftasain na hCCn§aile, iT>on, 'Ca^s mac ^illa-na-naem 
TTlic CCe^osain, vo mafihcA le clainn Uaiéne', mic' 
1fiia[i]l hUi pefigail, iT)on^ le Zah^j mac tlaiCne 7 
a|uwle^ — Huai'5fii glaf 7 *Oonn 05, thi mac *Oúinn, mic 
Pitib na ctiai^e THes Ui'bifi, 'o'hes in bliatain fi** a 
n-Diai-b íloT>la[i]5**. — Zafís t)uB, mac píngin TTlic ^^lla- 
paT)fiai5, TOnutn Oríiai|i, T^'heg. — ^Hiall, mac Seaain 
bui'be, mic eogain htli MeiU, vo gabail le Miall, mac 
T>)HifiT)elbai| fiuai'B, mic enjii, mic eogain^ hUi Heill, 
afi n-a t«éí^l' aspasttail baile' htli Meill, iT)on, Cuinn, 
mic ©niii hUi Meill, 1** cenn mif T)'efifiu6^ — ^gaeí mófi 
in blia*ain fi, 6 ]calenT)ap THafUíii, lefi'nofiTO* cigi 7 
rempla im'ba 7 lefi'bfiifea^ cfioinn 7 co\Xj\i>a -f gafifi- 

B 92d ta*a^ 7 ajiaile. — | bfiian fiuoB hUa* Ruaific^ iT)on*, 
mac T;i§efinain, mic "Cai^s, mic** 'Cisefinain^ hUi Huaific 
— iT>on, cenn-pe'Bna if* ceinnfealaigi t)o** bf a n-l&afi 

Aiood Connafc in Txin | fin*' — t)o §oin te foigiT), 6* lT)Uf 
TTlaficii'* 7 a es T)i. Ocuf te heogan, mac** h[U]i HuaifU), 
iT)on^ mac pei*tini[*e], mic' T3onn£ai'5, mic Cigef nain 
015*, T)0 fiigne'B*' in** mafiboB* fin. hUa TJomnaitt, iT)on, 
CCe'B fiuoB, T)o •But rfiiT) an mafiba'B fin um £aif ten hUi 
HuaifWí (iT)on', pei'Btini[i*}) 7 a gabait t^o" 7 cfiufi t)o 
muinnt^ili hUi Huaific T)o mafiboB ann, fm' bfiian, mac 
Ca€ait, mic CiSefinain hUi Huaifc', neofi^ T)0 mafiba* 

1487. •*ii., p. (the;.Latín), B. »»-»>om., B. « alsobefore Cmnn, B (not 
C). d^=1446»^. •=»»•»». "beowi, c-fetaé, B. whtli Hacrffic (with 
O HtiaiTxc, mac 'Oonnéai-ó. mic T^isefinoin, itL, t. h.), B. >» pona^ B. 

po>B. 1-1=1384«-'. *leif,B. 



1487. ' Anghaih [Aimalj, oo. 
Longfoid]. — MaoEgan was so 
oalled to dÍBtingniáh him from hia 
namesahe, the Clanzioard hrehon, 
mentioned below nnder this jear. 

*5/>riii^. — The Easter oriteria 
gÍTen aboTO at 918 [-9], 1014, 



1109, prore that the Iriah oom- 
pnted thÍB seaaon from Feb. 1. The 
(IrLsh) peendo- Athanaaian Fasohal 
Traot(Eni0ch: J)érS4jrge. Otter^ 
c^duit p. 832) reokon8 Spring from 
Feb. 9 ; in order to haTB tfaenoe a 
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Ealends of Jan. on Mondaj [4ih of tbe moon,] a.d. 
1487. Mao Aedhagain of tlie Anghaile^, naniely, Tadhg, 
son of Gílla-na-naem Mae Aedhagaín, was slain by the sons 
of XJaitbne, son of Irial TJa Ferghail, that is, by Tadhg, 
8on of Faithne and another [son]. — ^Ruaidhri the Gh*een 
and Donn junior, two sons of Donn, son of Philip Mag 
TJidhir of the [battle-]aze, died this year after 
Ohristmas. — ^Tadhg the Black, son of Finghin Mac GHlla- 
Padndg, tanist of Ossory, died. — ^Niall, son of John the 
Tawny, son of Eogan TJa NeiU, was taken by Niall, son 
of Toirdelbach the Bed, son of Henry, son of Eogan Fa 
Neill, on hÍ9 being f ound leaving the town of Ua NeiU, 
namely, of Conn, son of Henry Ua Neill, at the end of a 
roonih of Spring* — Great wind this year, on the 6th of 
the Ealends of March [Feb. 24], whereby many honses 
and ohnrches were unroofed and whereby were broken 
trees and cots and gardens and so on. — ^Brian Ua Bnairc 
the Bed, namely, son of Tigheman, son of Tadhg, son of 
Tigheman Ua Boairc — ^to wit, the most conrageous leader 
that was in Lower [northem] Connacht at that time — 
was woonded with an arrow, on the 6th of the Ides [lOth] 
of March, and died of it. And by Eogan, son of Ua 
Boairc, namely, son of Feidhlimidh, son of Donchadh, 
son of Tigheraan junior, was done that slaying. Ua 
Donmaill, namely, Aedh the Ited« went, because of that 
slaying, against the castle' of Ua Ruairc (namely, Feidh- 
limidh) and it was taken by him and three of the people 



L1487] 



€i 1488, llth entrj, in/rá) to the 
(Boman) Eqainox, Bíaroh 25. 

Bnt thifl onlj Benres to sapplj 
a two-fold pioof of the forgerj. 
For the Bomaii initial daj waa 
Feb. 7. VIL Id. [Feb.] Ino^iiint 
Vezis exordia tempoze priaoo (Oal. 
Oulba, HampsoD, p. 899. 0/. Ide- 
ler: ffMdbueh, p. 148). On the 



otber hand, reasoning as repre- 
sented, the pntatÍTe anthor, whose 
(Greek) Eqninox was March 21, 
wonld ha?e begnn Spring with 
Feb. 5. 

» CÍMtí8.^Ca«tlecar {F. M.) i in 
par. of Eillaanet» oo. Leltrim (00). 
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314 ccNwala tiUroti. 

le S^pppail, mac CCe'5a Sall'oa htli *Ooninaill, •d*uíicu|x 
vo ^nna*'. Ocuf in caipT)el ce-ona th) bfiifeb saiiiiT) 
beag lafifin^ — Ssainnefi ecefi clainn THes Ui'biti, iT)on, 
clann emuinn, mic Tk)maif 015 T11e5**tli'5ip*'— iT)on, OCe* 
7 CC|xu 7 bpian — 7 clainn 'Comaif 015 THes Ui'bip, iT)on, 
T^omaf 7 Concobup. Ocuf peap a-Dac, mac BmuinT) 015, 
mic emuinT) Tllhes Ui'Bip, vo mapba* ann 7 OCe*, mac 
*Ouinn, mic' BmuinT)' 7 moipfeifep eile 1 n-a cimceall 
vo mafba'B auv 7** coicep, no feifef, eite v'a muinnt^if 
T)o§abail ann^ — OCiUBe, injen in 5^1-^cc T)UiB THes 
tli'5iii (iT^on"*, TTlas Ui-Bif"), iT)on, bean Concobui|i Tílic 
TTlagnufa, mofcua efr;. (Ocuf" Concubap TTlac* TTla§- 
nufa* fein v'he^ hoc^ anno*'".) — Cfieaca mojia in blia- 
•bain fi' leif hUa Ca€a[i]n, iT)on, le 8eaan, mac OCiBne 
hUi Ca€a[i]n, ifin ChoiU-icuapai§ 7 T)if> no' qfiiuf , ap 
flcx.1T) T^o^* T)ainib** t)0 mapba'B ann leif. Ocuf bpian 
capjiaS, mac OCe'Ba, mic bfiain Tíles tli'5if, t)0 majiba* 
ann T)0*n xíupuf fin. — htla Tluaifc, iT)on, pei'5tím[i'5], 
mac *Oonn£ai'5, mic TDigefinain 015** htli Tluaifc^ T)'ín- 
napboS afa '5u€ai'5 teif htla n-*Oomnaitt, iT)on, te 
hOCe'5 pua'^, mac** Meitt gaifiB** 7 a cufi a peafiaiB-TTlanafi 
in' btia'5ain fi'. — Caéat T)uB,mac *Oomnaitl, mic Cosain 
htir Concobuifi', t)o mafiba'^ in** btia'5ain fi** te 5«^^©«"- 
SaCaiB 7 é féin 7 ctann Tx)ififiT)etbai§ caffiaig hUi Con- 
cobuifi cqi n-T)ut afi cfieic ofifia. — Cobtac mofi vo 
ShaxanacaiB vo ie6z a n-Cfxinn an btia'^ain fi* T)*ínn- 
foiji'^ mic *Oiuici O-^eafic vo bí afi innafiba'5 in can fin 
a cenn lafita Citte-T)af\a, iT)on, 5®P0^'^» ^^^ ^maif 
lafita. Ocuf nafi'iíiaifi afx f ticu na pota f i§ in qiaé** f in 

1487. í-Ticcnn, B. «-«=1392»». »»=1383^^ om., A, p-p=U34«-». 
^ can, B. 



*rorA. — Bead Warwick, Qf. \ «Arwmte^.— Whiteundaj (VI. G) 
1485, note 11. | foU on Jime 3 in thÍB jear. 



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of Fa Buairo were slaín there, around Brian, son of [1487] 
Cathal, 8on of Tigheman TJa Rnaírc, who was slain by 
Gk)dfrey, son of Aedh Fa Domnaill the Foreign, with 
shot of gon. And the eame castle was broken down a 
very short time after that. — ^A s^írmish between the sons 
of Mag Uidhir, namely, the sons of Edmund, son of 
Thomas Mag Uidhir junior — ^that is, Aedh and Art and 
Brian — and the sons of Thomas Mag Uidhir junior, that 
is, Thomas and Concobur. And Feradhach, son of 
Edmund junior, son of Edmund Mag Uidhir, was slain 
in it and Aedh, son of Donn, son of Edmund and seven 
others with him were slain in it and five, or six, others 
of hispeople were taken in it — Ailbhe, daughter of the 
black Gillie Mag Uidhir (namely, [the] Mag Uidhir), 
that is, wife of Concobur Mac Maghnusa, died. (And 
Conchobar Mac Maghnusa himself died this year.) — 
Great raids [were made] this year by Ua Catha[i]n, 
namely, by John, son of Aibhne Ua Catha[i]n, in 
Coill-ichtarach and two, or three, and twenty persons 
were slain there by him. And Brian Carrach, son of 
Aedh, son of Brian Mag Uidhir, was slain there on that 
expedition. — Ua Buairc, namely, Feidhlimidh, son of 
Donchadh, son of Tigeman Ua Buairc junior, was ex- 
pelled £rom his conntry by Ua Domnaill, namely, by 
Aedh the Bed, son of NiaU the Rough, and driven into 
Fír-Manach this year. — Catbal the Black, son of Dom- 
nall, Bon of Eogan Ua Conchobuir, was slain this year by 
the Gbdlenga, when himself and the sons of Toirdelbach 
Carrach Ua Concobuir were gone on a raid on them. — A 
great fleet of Saxons came to Ireland this year to meet 
the son of the Dnke of Tork*, who was exiled at that time 
[and Uving] with the Earl of Xildare, namely, GeraJd, 
son of Earl Thomas. And there lived not of the race of 
the blood royal that time but that son of the Duke 
and he was proclaimed king on the Sunday^ of the 



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316 ccMwala: tilaroti 

acc in mac fin in 'Oíiiíce 7 pi'é 'oo gaiiim •Be "Oomnac 
in «pifiura Haeim, a m-baile CC€a-clia6 an zar\ fin- 
Octif a ímTOfc foifi leifin colStafi 7 mofian vo ep enn- 
caiB TH) *ul leif foif, im* •Defbfiaéaifi lafila Cille-Dafia» 
iT)on, im T3omaf, mac in lof la 7 im eDtfafiT) pUiinsceD, 
iDon, GDbafiD Ó5. — Cfiea£a** mofia do *enum do Choin- 
tlUr5, mic CCe'ba hUi MeilU 7 D'a bfunífiiB 7 do clainn 
Remuinn Tíles TnoÉsamna an bliatam [fi] afi hlla 

A loia n-OCnluain, iDon, afi Cmunn fiua'B hUa h-CCnluam^ — | 
'Ooínenn mofi fefiCana 1 8aihfur5 na bliatna* fxx, amail 
|eiiíifie5 n-DoíneannTOí innuf stif^'nieaCa^B mofian D'afi- 
BannaiB 6fenn le. — ^T;i|efinan duB, mac *Oonn6ai'5, mic 
'Ci§efinain 015 hUi Ruaific, do mafiba* leif hUa n- 
^Oomnaill, iDon, le hOCe5 fiua*, in* bliaftain fi^— 
'Ciéefinan cafifia6, mac dgefinain, mic 'Cai'55, mic 
Cilefinain' hUi Huaifxc,Do mafiba* a TyiuinnTnfi-eolu[i]f 
le clainn Huai*fii THic THafimaDa 7 le mac TTlic "Oiafi- 
maDa fiuai-^. Ocuf' tíefia5a6, mac fean 'CoififiDetbai| 
TTles Ui-Sifi, DO mafiba* ann 7 ^Oomnatt, mac TDuinn, 
mic 'Oomnaitt', mic CCipc Tneg Ui^^ifi, do mafibob ann 
in ta coDna 7 *Ooiíinatt befinafi TTlas «amfur5ain 7)0 
labait ann pof* 7 afunte. — hUa Huaifc, iDon*, pei*- 
tim[i*]", Do •Sut 1 n-a íip pein 7 fi€ Do*enum do* fiif 
hUa n-T)omnaitt, iDon^ te hCCe5 fiua*^ — [pitib' bofx:, 
mac Cuinn cpofais hUi Uiginn,] D'heg in' btia5ain fi : 

B 93a iDon» bfui6aifi* TTíinufi | do' Obfefiuancia , ne6 if mó 
7 ir F©W* Duanaifie Dia5a6ca 'fan® aimfip Deigeanaig^. 
— ^hUa tlaigittig, iDon, CoipfiDetbafi, mac «eaain, mic 
eogain hUi Hai|itti§', do eg do bi^g 1 n-a Éaiften féin 
1 Cutaig-TTlogain (no"* -Tnongain"), in* cec ta do iTii «eip- 
cimbip' na** btia5na fa^ Ocuf tlai^ttig do '5enaiíi 
D'a mac 1 n-a ína5, iDon, do «heaan hUa Haigittig, in 

1487. 'imi,A. «.iii,B. »cm, A.^*.teT^ A. »|;earvr^A. •ifm,B. 
' n^Deigen-, B. 'The seqnenoe of the items in B is: 'Oomnalt— 
Peruróaó— t). betxnaé. «slifi?*- (text, C). *after n-'0-,B. ««t. m. 
(partin [ ] is Ottt oflP)f n. t. h., A; text, B. 



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ANNALS OF ULSTER. 817 

H0I7 Ghost in the town of Ath-cliath that time [ii87] 
And he went east with the fleet and manj of the IrÍBh 
went with him east, luider the brother of the Earl 
of Eildare, namelj^ Thomas, son of the Earl and under 
Edward Flanket| that is, Edward junior. — Great raids 
were made by Cu-TJladh [of Fews], son of Aedh UaNeill 
and bj his kinsmen and by the sons of Redmund Mag 
Mathgamna this jear on TJa hAnluain, namely,on Edmund 
Ua hAnlnain the Bed. — Ghreat inclemency of rain in the 
Summer of this year, like a Winter of inclemency, so 
that much of the crops of Ireland was de8troyed thereby. 
— ^Tigheman the Black, son of Donchadh, son of Tig- 
heman Ua Buairc junior, was slain by Ua DomnaiU, 
namely, by Aedh the Red, this year. — Tigheman Oarrach, 
son of Tigheman, son of Tadhg, son of Tigheman Ua 
Buairc, was slain in Huinter-Eoluis by the sons of Eu- 
aidhri Mac Diarmada and by the son of Mac Diarmada 
the Bed. And Feradhach, son of Toirdelbach Mag Uidhir 
senior, was slain there and DomnaU, stin, of Donn, son of 
Domnall, son of Art Mag Uidhir, was slain there the 
same day and Domnall Gttpped-[tooth] Mag Samradhain 
was taken there also and so on. — Ua Euairc, namely, Feidh- 
limidh, went^ into his own country and peace was made 
by him with Ua Domnaill, namely, with Aedh the Bicd, — 
Philip t h e P r, son of Conn Ua Uiginn the Scarred, 
died this year : to wit, a Friar Minor of [Stricter] Obaer- 
vance ; one that was the most copious and the best versi- 
fier of devotion in the late time.— Ua Baighilligh, namely, 
Toirdelbach, son of John, son of Eogan Ua Baighilligh, 
died of a fit in ,his own castle, in Tulach-Mongain, the 
Ist day of the month of September of this year. And 
his son, namely, John Ua Baighilligh, was made Ua 
Baighilligh in his stead, the 13th day of that same month. 
— ^Brian, son of Brian the Frechled, son of Aedh, son of 

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318 ccMwccla: ularoti. 

T^fieaf la ve^ 'do'ti líif ceoia fin. — bfiiaTi, Tnac bfiiaiTi 
ballai|, Tnic OCe^a, mic phei'5liTn€e htli Concobuifi, 7)0 
eg ifin^ eapiiuc in blia'bain fi^ — bicaiti CLain-ínnfi, 
iT>on, bfiian, mac mic in efpuic htli Cofcfain, "D'hes 
m** bli<r5ain'* [fi].— "CoTnaf ÍHas Ui'Bif, i-oon, mac 
romaif ois, mic ^Comaif eile (i'oon*, i n* Ji lla vuV^J, 
•00 ^abail a n-CCca5-beiíi le THas tli'5if óg, iT)on, la 
8eaan mac' pilib, mic** Comaif" ííles Ui'Bifi' 7 oÉTOfi 'o'a 
muinnT^ifi vo gabailmaille fif ann 7 o6r; n-ei6 t)o baain 
T)i15 — 7** ifin naema5 ]Calainn vo tíií Ocnmbefi t)o fo- 
nar5 fin*' — 7 lofca'^ T)oiTÍilia5 CC£ai'5-bei€i vo neaméoil 
íTles tli'5ip an la fin. — CmunS mac Ca€ail 015 íílic 
rnagnufa, T)o baéu* a pupr: 'Camnoip-fiaDa 7 a a'^- 
luca'^ 1 mainifciii leafa-saBail 8 ]calenT)af OCusufci^ 
— Ca€ T)o íabaific ecefi in vá fii| t)o bi 1 «axanaiB in 
can fa — ^iT)on, an fii do bí t)o bfieacnaiB ann 7 in 
macaih 65 a T)ubpumafi fiomaínn, T^'afi'goifie'^ fií a m- 
baile CCía-cliaé — 7 in cac t)o Sufi afi in macaTh Ó5 fin. 
Ocuf na£^ fiainig a fuim, no a comaifieifi ca t)o mafiba'5'' 
T)0 tíiíIt:iB annfin. Ocuf ujitíiojx a n-T)eacai'5 T)o Cfenn- 
caiB foifi, T)o mafiba* ann, im 'Comaf, mac lapla Cille- 
A loib •oafia® I 7 im mofian t>o J^í^l-^cccaThaillP' uaifle ailiB. 
Ocuf*' a** cimceall na féili Cfiof cuca*' in caí' fin 7 
afiaile . — hUa maeil-Conaifie, iT)on, Sigfiai'^, mac 8eaain 
fuai'5 htli THail-Conaifie, T^'heg*, iT)on, ollam hUi Con- 
cobuifi Connacc fie fen^Uf . — hUa* T3omnaiU, iT)on, CCe* 
fiua*, T>o '^ul, flua^, 1 muig-luifis 7 ngi 7 afibanna t)o 
lofca'5 leif ann. Ocuf cuit) t)o mui|-Luifi5 pein, iT)on, 
fluai*5txi an T)aifie, mac muifigifxx, mic CCe*a mic 
T>iafimaT)a, vo f afiugu* na ceaLl [eic] bfiaigi-uallaigi 7 

1487. ^ CiUi-, A. ▼•▼ ba "001115 a|iim gaé a|i*Tnaiíiba^tí were hard to 
count every one that was slain, B. ^ Sallai5, B. * before i-oon, s^pra, B. 



7 Bishop.^See [1369], note 10. 1 the attaok was made daring Ma88. 

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Feídlilimidh TJa Conoobuir, died in the Spring this year. [14^1] 
— The vicar of Claen-inis, namely, Brian, grandson of the 
bishop^ TJa Corcrain, died this year. — Thomas Mag Uidhir, 
namely, son of Thomas junior, son of another Thomas 
(namely, the blaok Gillie), was taken in Aohadh- 
beithi by Mag TJidhir junior, namely, by John, son of 
Philip, son of Thomas Mag Uidhir and eightof his people 
were taken with him there and eight horses were wrested 
from them — and on the 9th of the Ealends of October 
[Sep. 23®] that was done — and the stone chnrch of 
Achadh-beithi was bumed against the will of Mag Uidhir 
that day. — ^Edmund, son of Cathal Mac Maghnusa junior, 
was drowned in the port of Tamnach-riada® and buried in 
the mona8tery of Lis-gabail, on the 8th of the Xalenda of 
August [July 25]. — ^Battle was given between the two 
kings that were in Saxon-land this time — ^that is, the king 
that was a Welshman and the young man whom we men- 
tioned before, who was called king in the town of Ath- 
cliath — and the battle went against that young man. 
And it was impossible to reckon, or to estimaíe, how 
many thousands were slain then. And the greater part 
of what went east oí the Irish were slain there, around 
Thomas, son of the Earl of Kildare and many other noble 
Foreign youths. And about the feast of [Holy] Cross 
Wds fought^ that battle and so on. — ^Ua Mail-Conaire, 
namely, Sigraidh, son of John Ua Mail-Conaire the Bed, 
that is, the oUam of Ua Concobuir of Connachtin history, 
died. — ^Ua Domnaill, namely, Aedh the Bed, went [with] 
a host into Magh-Luirg and houses and crops were bumed 
by him there. And some of Magh-Luirg itself, namely, 
Buaidhri of the Oak-wood, son of Muirghis, son 
of Aedh Mac Diarmada, profaned the church of Braigh- 

• Tamnach'r.^Fine Jield of [tU] 1 bar., oo. Fer.). 
rtiÍ70;Tawny(inth6partoí Derrj- ^ FougTu,^At Stoke, Nottíng- 

vullen par. that is iu TirlLennedj ' haniBhire^ on Wednetdaj, Jnne 20. 



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320 CDiNala utxroti. 

eDala mofia t)o bfieiB eiftn 7 htla 'OomnaiU 7)0 aifig 
na n-ODala vo tagafurcaiB an ueampaill i\o fafiaigeft 
ann. — htla*OoninaillceCTa t)o 'duI 1 Trítii|-tuí|i5pefiT; 
aile 1 pogmtiii na blia^na fa 7 cigi ím*a 7 qfibanna -00 
lorca^ leif 7 TOampoll 'Oiioma-Conaille -oo tofcafe 
ann le peflaí caji fa6, mac 'Oomnaill, mic 'Cai'bs htli 
Ruaifc. Ocuf, muf na6 fiUB hUa T)omnaill aji pef|al 
caffafi fein v'a éoifbefw; ifin n-jnim fin, mac Tííic 
ri§efnain na buannai'oe -00 ioifbifc vo cleif6ití an 
ceampaiU ap fon in loifcCi fin 7 afiaile. — Tílac UiUiam 
Clainni-HicaifiT), iT)on, tliUeas, mac tliUe^ t^cBuI, 
fluag, aji THiiifains hUi Concobuifi T)Uinn (iT)on^ CCe6, 
mac CCe5a, mic 'CoififiT)elbai| T)UinnO> ifma CluainciB afi 
peiT)limi'B finT), mac T^i'^s, mic Tx)ififiT)elbai| fiuai*. 
Ocuf baile pei^limi* pinT) vo lofX5<r5 leo 7 a mac vo 
mafibob, iT)on, Hof, mac pei'5lim[€e] f? inT) 7 an cifi uile 
T)o tofca* leo 7 T)o loifgeT^Ufi 7 vo íhiUeaT)Ufi an meiT) 
T)o bo ftann T^'pheiT^limíi*] pinn 7 vo clainn mac phe- 
i'5lim[€e] T)o Chofica-CCClann 7 t)o Chifi-bfiium 7 T)o'n 
Leoé-Tniaié. Ocuf clann peiT)lim[€]e finT), iT)on, CCe5 
7 Tx)ififiT)eU5a6 7 Conn, vo *ut afi coifi in c-ftuai§ 7 
mac TDomnaitt, mic 'Coififi'Setbaié T)oitt, mic CoififiT)et- 
baié T)uinn hUi Concobuifi, t)o mafiba5 teo ag Rof- 
Comain^ — ^hUa Ceattaig, iT)on, Uittiam, mac CCe5a, mic 
bfiiain hUi Ceattaig', t)o |abait a cúf pogmuifi na 
btiatna fa* te n-a bfiaiífiiB pein, ívoíí, te 111ait[-8h]- 
e£tainn 7 te Concobufi 7 te CeattaS' 7 te hemunn. 
OCe*, mac "Oonnfiai* hUi Cheattaig, vo mafiba5 te 
ctainn hUi Ceattaifc iT)on, te ctainnUittiam,mic CCe5a. 
— hUa Tyiait[-8hje6tainn, iT)on, taignec, mac Cuific 
1487. yy=i379«<». 



^^CluairUe. — Meadows; Glooii- i áhoirs the distríot bdonged to 
ties, weit of Strokeetown, oo. Boi- O'Conor the Red. 
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ANNAL8 OF ULSTEB. 321 

uallaighi and took great cliattels thereout and 17a [1487] 
DomnaíU made restítutíon of the chattels to the príests of 
the church that was profaned there. — The same Ua Dom- 
naiU went ínto Magh-Luírg another time in the Harvest 
of this year and many houses and orops were bumed 
by him, and the church of Druim-Conaille was bumed 
there by Ferghal Carrach, son of Domnall, son of Tadhg 
Ua Ruairc. And, as Ua Domnaill did not catch Ferghal 
Carrach himself, to deliver him up for that deed, the son 
of Mag Tighemain of the [river] Buannaid was delÍTcred 
to the clergy of the church in pledge [f or reparation] of 
that buming and so on. — Mac William of Clann-Ricaird, 
namely, UIick, son of Ulick, went [with] a host, at the ín- 
stigation of Ua Concobuir the Brown (namely, Aedh, son 
of Aedb, son of Toirdelbach the Brown), into the Cluainte^<> 
against Feidhlimidh the Fair, son of Tadhg, son of Toir- 
delbach the Red. And the town of Feidhlimidh the Fair 
was bumed by them and his son, namely, Bos, son of 
Feidhlimidh the Fair, was slain and the whole territory 
was bumed by them and they bumed and destroyed the 
extent that was the portion of Feidhlimidh the Fair and 
of the grandsons of Feidhlimidh in Corco-Achlann and in 
Tir-Briuin and in the Leath-tuath. And the sous of 
Feidhlimidh the Fair, namely, Art and Toirdelbach and 
Conn, went in pursuit of the host and the son of Domnall, 
son of Toirdelbach the Blind, son of Toirdelbach Ua Con- 
oobuir the Brown, was slain by them at Bos-Comaín. — ^Ua 
Cellaigh, namely, William, son of Aedh, son of Brian Ua 
Cellaigh, was taken in the beginning of the Harvest of 
this year by his own hinsmen, namely, by Mail[-Sh]- 
echlfdnn and by Concobur and by Ceallach and by 
Edmimd. Aedh, soh of Donchadh Ua Cellaigh, was slain 
by the sons of Ua CeUaigh, namely, by the sons of WiUiam, 
Bon of Aedh. — Ua MaU[-Sh]echlainn, namely, Laigh* . 
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822 ccMMatcc uLcroTi. 

hUi' niail[-8h]e£lainn', vo ina|iba* le Conn, mac CCiiic, 
mic Cuinn', mic** Cofiniuic ballai^** hUi niail[-8h]G£- 
Aioio lainii, in blia'Bain fi*. — | pGi'5lini[i'5], mac TTlic nia§- 
nufa niG5 Ui'Bni, i-oon', mac Caíail oi^ mic Caéail 
moifi mic mognufa, •o'hG^ in blia-Sain fi, la** 8an^ 
lócaf 8uibifcel, pefiia 5. Ocuf 'Dob' pefi bfiigmup, 
beo^a, T)aenact:a£, T)epcac in pei'5Um[i'5] fin^ — Inpn** 
niar^amna hUi bpiain, iT)on, ben hUi Loclamn, T^'elofe 
le hCmunT), mac RicaipT) a bupc, i Tjáf phogmuiti na 
blia^na fa. — CpeaC t)0 T)enum t)0 mac hUi T)omnaiU, 
iT)on, T)o Chonn, mac OCe^a fiuai'5 hUi T)omnaill, la 
8an5 Pfonfeif afi 8hemuf mac pilib nie^ Ui-^if , a Cuil 
nie^ 'Chi^efinain, af ofa* vo §abail ecefi phefiaiB- 
nianaC 7 ConaillaiC in tjpaé fin. Ocuf coicep, no 
feifejx, vo muinnnf mic hUi T)omnaill t)o mapba^ le 
muinncif 8hemu[i]f 7 nac fug 8emuf p éin op pa. — hUa 
Meill, iT)on, Conn, mac Gnfí hUi Weill, vo f uaflu§u'5 
Meill, mic 8heaain bui-Se hUi Neill, WíalL, mac 'Coif p- 
T)elbai§ f uai"5 hUi "Neill 7 a bfei6 leif cum caifle[i]n 
clainni 8eaain bui'^e a n-T)oig co fui|e'5 an caifDel a]\ 
Ocuf, o nac p uaif, paflon^ofr; vo T)enum T)*hUa MeilL 
7 T)'a bf aiifiB 7 v'a salLo^lacaiB a amceLL an caifoeiL 
ó f eiL CfOf co cot; peiL XW uifie T)'pho§muti. Ocuf poipm 
fi-Sa vo Cen^aL acopfia ap a fui§e5 hUa NeiLL an 
caifLen 7 an foipm vo t)uL o ceiLe afif. Ocuf cLann 
8heaain bui-^e 7 mapcfLuag cLainni meg maugamna, 
iT)on, ^Laifne 7 bpiain, vo '^enum cpeice a pefianT) 
cLainni CoipfT^eLbai^ na mapc hUi WeiLL, ap a fu- 
caT)up va cez, no rpi, bó Leó 7 T)0 mapbaDup T)aine^ — 
Coif fT)eLba6, mac pep aftai|, mic "Ouinn, mic' Con-Chon- 
nacr;' me^; Ui-^if 7 Ruai'5fi, mac ^offfioía, mic** T)om- 
naiLl^ mic' 5^LLa-fuai^', vo mapba^ an' bLio'^ain' fi' Le 

^ ThurMday, —Oot. 18. 1 Conor O'Brien, king of Thomond. 

^ Math^amain, — Broiher of | i*Ca«</^— See 1480,note 10. 



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year by Conn, son of Art, son of Conn, son of Cormac Ua 11487] 
Mail[-Sh]eclilamn the FrecUed. — ^Feidhlimidh, son of 
Mac Maghnusa Mag Uidhir, namelv, son of Cathal junior, 
8on of Cathal Mac Maghnusa Mor, died this year on the 
day of St. Luke the Apostle, on Thursda^.^^ And a 
hearty, spirited, humane, charitable man was that Feidh- 
limidh. — The daughter of Mathgamain^2UaBriain,namely, 
wife of Ua Lochlainn, eloped with Edmund, son of Eicard 
de Burgh, in the beginning of the Harvest of this year. — 
A raid was made by the son of Ua DomnaiU, namely, by 
Conn, son of Aedh Ua DomnaiU the Red, on St. Francis' 
day [Oct. 4] on James, son of Philip Mag Uidhir, in Cuil- 
Meg-Tighernain, after truce being accepted between the 
Fir-Manach and the [Tir-]Conallian9 that time. And five, 
or six of the people of the son of Ua DomnaiU were slain 
by the people of James ; but James did not overtake them 
himself. — ^Ua Neill, namely, Conn, son of Henry Ua NeiU, 
liberated Niall, son of John Ua Neill the Tawny, from 
Niall, son of Toirdelbach Ua NeiU the Red and took hínn 
with him to the castle^ of the sons of John the Tawny, in 
hope that he would obtain the castle by him. And, as he 
did not obtain [it], a leaguer was made by Ua Neill and 
by his own kinsmen and by his gaUowglasses around the 
castle from the feast of [Holy] Cross^* to the first feast of 
MaTy^* of Harvest. And a f onn of peace was concerted 
between them, whereby Ua NeUl would obtain the castle 
and the form went asunder again. And the sons of John 
the Tawny and the horse-host of the sons of Mag Math- 
gamna, namely, of Glaisne aud of Brian, made a raid in 
the land of the sons of Toirdelbach Ua NeUl o f t h e 
Beeves, on which they took two, or three, hundred 
cows with them and slew persons. — Toirdelbach, son of 
Feradhach, son of Donn, son of Cu-Connacht Mag Uidhir 

i^ Crou ; Maty,^M.Bj 8 ; Aug. 15. 

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clainíi mic T)omTiaill Clainni-Ceallai|, iT)onS Silla- 
Pa7>íiai5 7 Cotinfiac^— T)ei'nif TTlac Silla-CoirslG, iT)on, 
airi6inne£ 7 bicaifi OCitiig-bpofca, v'hes m blia*ain [fi]. 
— Txrbs, mac' b|iiain mic OCnfilaini' TTlheE lli'Biti» ne€^ vo 
bi** i' n-a peiifun a^ m-boíaiB a\i cúf 7 1 n-a bicaiji a 
Cill-lafaif** 7 TDaife, in^en Tlij|fiai'5e, mic^ OCfosail** 
TTleg TTlhaésanfina, ne£** -oo W 1 n-a mnai ag bfian, mac 
Pilib TTIes tli'5i|i** 7 Una, insen TkMnnaill bain hlli 
Tlai§illi|, m^ bean th) bi ag Tx)iffVDelba6, mac Pilib 
TTles Ui*if^ 7 pefgal hUa Tnael-paDfaiB 7** TTlagnuf 
bui'Be, mac TT1a|nufa bui'Be, mic Caipbfi* 7 TTlagnuf 

A loid bui'Be, mac Ca6ail jiiabaig, mic "Ouinn | Caéanaig 7 
Caíal, mac Tluai'Bf 1 caic TTleg Ui'Bif — onmef quieuef unt; 
hoc anno. — 8eaan, mac Con^obuif TTIic 0Ce"5a5ain, iT)on, 
ollam bfieiíeiíian TTlic Uillaim Clainni-Ricai|iT),T>*he^ — 
CloS** loca-huaÉTxiif t>o gabail in bliaíain fi le clainn 
T)onmaill bain hUi Tlai|illié, iT)on, pefgal 7 Cmunn. 

B 93b Ocuf pefgal fóin | T^'heg in blia'Bain fi in 8a6afn jiia 
í1oT)lai5 7 a aT>luca* a n-T)fuím-leéan'*. — hUa** líeill, 
iT>on, Conn, t>o 'Bul aji cfei6 a n-0if§iallai!5 afi ^laifne, 
mac Tlemuínn TTleg TTlaégaiíma, la peil 8T)eaBTOin 7 
m cfieaS vo bfeií leif 7** OCfc, mac líeill, mic «eaain 
bui-Be hUi íleill, t>o mafvba* leif** ann. Ocuf cuit) vo 
SalLoslaSaiC hUi WeilL t>o maf ba* ann nm^ mac** eíiíiif 
ballail TTI1C Bomaifle, iT)on^ T^ubgall 7 mac eili vo 
eíThif ballafi vo §abail ann, iT>on, Seínícin 7 mac TTIic- 
an-giffi** T)o mafiba'b ann^ iT)on, CCjix^- — OCe*, mac 
• bfiiam, mic pefigail fiuai* hUi Uigmn, T^'heg in*'blia- 
•5am fi if^n pogmufi^ — lafila "Oef^TTIuman, iT>on, 
8émaf, mac Tx)maif, mic Semaif, mic JefioiT), mic 

1887. " in pe|iftin, after 'Cax^ B. •*^ peari^al, mac "O. bain htl 1 
Raigiltifc 'o'hes m bliaróain [p], B. ** 'Oab^all» prf ., B. 

i^ CtU - Lasair (reote • Lawt), — i of tbe name ooonr in the Mart, 
CkarckofLa8ar\y\i^u, Thirteen | Tíat] ; Eillaaser^, co. Fermanagh. 



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and Btiaidhri, son of Godfrej, son of Domnall Mao Gilla- [1487] 
ruaidh, were slain this year by the sons of Mac Domnaill 
of Glann-Gellaigh, namely, Gílla-Padraig and Gormac. — 
Denis Mac GíUa-Coisgle, namel^^ herenagh and vicar of 
Airech-brosca, died this year. — Tadhg, son of Brian Mac 
AfnlfiÍTn Mag Uidhir, one that was parson in Botha at 
firat and vicar in Cell-Lasair^ [afterwards] and Mary, 
danghter of Bnghraidhe, son of Ardgal Mag Mathgamna, 
one that was the wife of Brian, son of Philip Mag Uidhir 
andUna,daughter of Domnall Ua Baighilligh the Fair,wife 
of Toirdelbach, son of Philip Mag Uidhir and Ferghal Ua 
Mael-Padraig and Maghntis the Tawny, son of Maghnus, 
son of Gairbre the Tawny and Maghnus the Tawny, son 
of Gathal the Swarthy, son of Donn Cathanach and Catbal, 
son of Buaidhri Blind[-eye] Mag Uidhir — all rested this 
year. — Johni son of Goncobur Mag Aedhagaín, ollam in 
jurisprudence of Mac "William of Clann-Ilicaird, died. — 
The fortress of Loch-uachtar was taken this year by the 
sons of Domnall Ua Raighilligh the Fair, namely, Ferghal 
and Edmund. And Ferghal himself died this year, the 
Saturday^^ before Ghristmas and was buríed in Druim- 
lethan. — ^Ua NeiU, namely, Gonn, went on a raidinto 
Oirghialla on Glaisne, son of Bedmund Mag Mathgamna, 
the feast day of [St.] Stephen and the prey was carried 
off by him and Art, son of Niall, son of John Ua NeiU the 
Tawny, was slain by him there, and some of the gallow- 
glasses of Ua Neill were slain there, around the son of 
Eimer Mac Somairle the Frechled, and another son of 
Eimer the Freclded, namely, Jenkin, was taken there and 
the son of Mac-an-girr, namely, Art, was slain there. — 
Aedh, son of Brian, son of Ferghal Ua Uiginn the Red, 
died thÍ8year in the Harvest. — ^The Earl of Desmondf 



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ocNtiala: tilcroti. 



ÍHaifvif lafvla, "00 maixba^ a peall a** Ti-'oe|ie^ na 
blia^na fa, ím TjpaéaiC na 'NoT)la[il5', le 8eann mann- 
rac". ... 7 lafila -do •Benuni -D'a T)epbiiataiti cnle, iT)on, 
vo mhuipif. Ocuf 8eaan mannTOc vo íuinnri a' 
cecoifi' ifin n-snini fin leifin lapla 05 fin, i'oon, le 
TTluifif. — hUa Ceallaig, iT)on, Uilliani, mac OCe^, mic 
bfiain hUi Ceallaig, T^'he^ 1 n-a laimT)e£uf 7 va hUa 
Ceallaig do T)enum a n-a*ai§ a ceile i^ n-h[U]íB- 
niaine, iT)on, niail[-8h]ecLainn, mac CCe^a, mic bfiain 
hUi Cellai^ 7 "Oonnca^, mac bfeafail, mic' "Oonncai'5' 
hUi Ceallaié- — mac goifoelB v'he^ in' bba'oain' fi% 
iT)on, 8eaan. — OCn T)alai:unac,iT)on,emunn,macpiafuif 
T)alamn, T^'heg in** blio^ain fi^ 

(^eafoiT)^, mac Gmuinn geancaig TTlic Oifibeafc, do 
maf ba'B le 8eaan» mac Semuif, mic TTlaeilif TTlic Oifii- 
beifr;, a n-T)i§ailT; a oBaf 7 le ^a líiac TTlic Oifibeifr;, 
iT)on, TTlaeilif 7 Gmunn, iT)on, va mac phifT)opca, mic 
Tílaeilif TTlic Oifibeipr^). 

lCaL lan. 111. f., U 15% CCnno T)omini 14»8. CCbb 
CCéa-T^fUim T)'he5 in blia'feain [fi]. — T)omnall, mac 
T)omnttill, mic Neill ^aifb hUi' T)omnaiU', vo gaboil 
i^ múf ITlainiféfiec 6fa- fuai* le clainn CCe5a ^alÍT^a, 
mic' Meill gaifb', in^ blia'5ain fi, 111. lT)Uf lanuafii^ 
A i02a Ocuf a cfiofia'B | an la af namafiac leifin muinncif 

1487. » a, B, «« bl. = 1 lire, A, B (not C). *>^d = 1894H 

1488. » a, B. • 18, A, B; om., C. »»-»>om., B. 



^"^ James, — He heada the list o£ 
" 8008 and daughters of iniquitj,'* 
against whom, as f oroiblj oocupj- 
ing the meuBal g^oods of Philip, 
biahop of Ardfeit, proepeotÍTe 
anathema and interdict were f ul- 
minated bj Sixtus IV., Ap. 27, 
1479 (Theiner, p. 4848q.). That 
the Earl obejed the monition ap- 



pears &om his having sougLt and 
obtained from the 8ame Pope (Maj 
12, 1483) absolution from oenauree, 
80 far as oonoemed hia ligfat of 
patronage in the AuguBtiniaQ 
priorj **de Bello Loco," Ardfert 
diooeae {ih, p. 491). 

^And — The words omitted, in 
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namelj, James^^, son of Thomas, son of James^ son of [US7] 
Gerald^ son of Earl Maurice^^ was slain in treachery at the 
end of this jear, about Ohristmas times» by John the 
Toothless . . . and^® his other brother, namelv, Maurice, 
was made Earl. And John the Toothless f ell immediately 
for that deed by that young Earl, namely, by Maurice. — 
TJa Cellaigh, namely, William, son of Aedh, son of Brian 
XJa Cellaigh, died in his captivity^ and two XJa Cellaighs 
were made against each other in XJi-Maine, to wit, Mail- 
[-Shjechlainn, son of Aedh, son of Brian Ua Cellaigh and 
Donchadh, son of Bresal, son of Donchadh XJa Cellaigh. 
— ^Mac Goisdelbh, namely, John, died this year. — ^The 
Dalton, namely, Edmund, son of Piers Dalton, died this 
year. 

(Qarret, son of Edmund Snub-nose Mac Herbert, was 
slain by John, son of James, son of Meyler Mac Herbert, 
in revenge of his father and by two sons of Mac Herbert, 
namely, Meyler and Edmund, that is, two sons of Fer- 
dorcha, son of Meyler Mac Herbert). 

Ealends of Jan. on 3rd feria, [15th] of the moon, a.d. [1488 B.] 
1488. The Abbot of Ath-truim died this year. — Domnall, 
son of Domnall, son of Niall XJa DomnaiU the Bough, was 
tafcen in the [abbot's] house^of the mona8tery of Es-ruadh 
by the sons of Aedh the Foreign, son of Niall the Rough, 
this year, on fche 3rd of the Ides [llth] of January. And 
they were hung on the morrow by the same people and 



brother, in Rathkeale " (F, Jf.). 

i»J/<wir»ce.--Oii May 4, 1343, 
Glement VI. granted him the pri- 
Tilege (on the same terms asithad 
been conoeded to David, king of 
Sootland) that religioos, when 
hi8 gueets, ooold uae meat on 
dajs on which it waa commonlj 
allowed. On Maj ti, dÍBpensation 



in the 3rd and 4th degrees was 
granted to John, lord Boohe and 
Amj, daughter of Maurioe (Thei- 
ner, p. 279). 

» CapH€%iy,^Cf. the Ua CeUaigh 
entrj under this jear. 

1488. ' Houae.—Mur, See OD. 
T. 1313. For Et-r. {red eataraet), 
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ceCTa 7^ le hOCe*, mac hlli T)OTnnaill 7 le Concobaji, 
mac pei'DUmi'5 fiiabais, mic Meill 5ai|iB^T)0 conia[i]Tile 
hlli T)oninaill, iT)on', OCe^' |iijai'5. — bfiian, mac bpiain 
buiT>e niic ^illa-phinnein, •o'hes. — hOnfii htla 8eal- 
bai|, iwn, canncaifie wb* petijx a n-Jcíi'&elcacc tei€e 
Cuinn, vhe^ in** blia5ain fi^— T)onn', mac T>omnaill 
ballaig me^ tli'5irv,'D'he5' in^ blia5ain fi^— Cnefi^ nfio|i 
T)o •oenum ap htla Weill in blia^ain fi, iT)on, a|i Conn, 
mac enfií, le clainn fHes íHaésamna, iT)on, le ^l^f"® 
7 le bfiian. Ocuf Colla, mac ITlic T)omnaill, vo af^aín 
T)0i!5 ann 7 mac btiiain (iT)on% Caéal'), mic Rufef ai-^e 
tnes mhaisamna, vo mafba* umpofan leifin TX)iiai'5 7 
T)aine aili na£ aifiiíicef funn^ — Rémunn, mac pilib 
rnhes tli^ifjT^'heg in** bliaíam fi, 7 lCalenT)af TTlaiicii*, 
laf mafqia fOT)a. — T^oiíinall sojm, mac CClexanT)aif , 
mac ITlic T)omnaill, t)o mafba5 i^ T^íif an Caffaig** le 
clainn in abbai* mic CClexanT)aif, vo Clainn-T)omnaill 
fein. — Uaiéne, mac fHaelíiuanaiJ htli Cefbaill, can- 
Ufci eile, T^'he^. — pefa5a£, mac íHic T)omnaill 5«^^ 
glac, iT>on, mac Ra^aiU fHic T)omnaill, t>o maf ba* le 
Coin-UUr5, mac 8eaain bui^e hUi MeiU, in** blicr5ain fi, 
1 cóf in eaffaig, af Sfeiff oiT)ce^ — hUa CeaUaig, iT)on, 
niaiL[-8h[e6lainn, mac OCe*a, mic bfiain hUi Ceallaig, 
T)'he5 i'' cinn** le€-fai€i cafieif a fi§6a. — hUa piann- 
a5a[i]n 'Cuaici-Roéa*, iT)on, 'Coif f T)elba6, mac Silla-lffU 
hUi phlanna^a^ijn, T^'heg^ in blia*ain fi 7 hUa piann- 
a5a[i]n vo ■Senum 1 n-a ína'5 vo ^hiUibefc, mac Cof- 
muic, mic^iUa-lfu hUi phlanna5a[i]n^ — hUa'Cuacail, 
iT)on, Cmunn hUa Cuoéail, t)0 maf ba5 a feaU le clainn 
Cai'55 hUi bpaín foim^NoT^laig^ — íllac^hUí THuixca^a, 
iT)on, mac T;i§e|ina hUa-peilme, iT>on, íHaBsamain, mac 

1488. «= 1379 ♦*. «!•* po cenn^iowards theend^B, • = 1476 ^ . 
^Madé Jbn^.— See the last (original) entrj, bnt two, of 1487. 



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AimALS OF TTLSTER. 329 

by Aedh, son of TJa Domnaill and by Concobur, son of [1488] 
Feidhlimidh the Swarthy, son of Niall the Eough, by 
advice of Ua Donmaill, namely, of Aedh the Eed. — Brian, 
8on of Brian Mac GKlla-Fínnein the Tawny, died. — Henry 
TJa Sealbaigh, namely, the best chanter of the IrÍ8hry of 
the Half of Conn, died this year. — Donn, son of Domnall 
Mag ITidhir the Freckled, died this year. — A great raid 
was made this year on XJa Neill, namely, on Conn, son of 
Henry, by the sons of Mag Mathgamna, namely, by 
Glaisne and by Brian. And CoUa, son of Mac Donmaill, 
was plandered by them there and the son of Brian (namely, 
Cathal), son of Bughraidhe Mag Mathgamna, and other 
persons that are not reckoned here were slain on their 
side by the pnrsuing party. — ^Eedmund, son of Philip 
Mag Uídhir, died this year, after long suíTering, on the 
7th of the Xalends of March [Feb. 24].— Domnall the 
Blue, son of Alexander, [namely] son of Mac DomnaiU, 
was slain ín the beginning of Spring by the sons of the 
abbot, son of Alezander, namely, by the Clann-DomnaUl 
themselves. — ^XJaitlme, son of Maelruanaigh XJa CerbaiU, 
tanist of EUi, died. — Feradhach, son of Mac DomnaiU 
the GaUowglas, namely, son of RaghnaU Mac DomnaiU, 
was slain by Cu-XJladh, son of John XJa NeiU the Tawny, 
this year, in the beginning of Spring, on a night incur- 
sion. — XJa Cellaigh, namely, Mail[-Sh]echlainn, son of 
Aedh, son of Brian XJa CeUaigh, died at the end of a half 
quarter after his being made fcing*. — XJa Flannagain of 
Tuath-ratha, namely, Toirdelbach, son of Gilla-Isu XJa 
Flannagain, died this year and GUbert, son of Cormac, 
son of Gílla-Isu XJa Fltumagain, was made XJa Flannagain 
in his stead. — XJa Tuathail, namely, Edmund XJaTuathaU, 
was slain in treachery by the sons of Tadhg XJa Brain 
bef ore Christmas. — The son of XJa Murchadha, namely, 
son of the lord of XJi-Feilme, namely, Mathgamain, son 
of Tadhg XJa Murchadha, was slain in treaohery by the 



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'Cai'Ss hUi fHufiScr&a, -00 mafiba* a peall le inac T;igefina 
liUa-CeinnfeaUnfe iT)on, le T)onn£a*, mac CCifiT;, mic 
T)onn£ai'5,— 8eaan bui'Be (no*, Ó5O htla hea'5fia 7 a mac 
DO mapbo* le clainn htli 6a*pa (iT)on', le Rui§pi 7 le 
hCCe-b') in bbo^ain fi**. — Tajcí^^ mac CCe'Sa, mic txwpfi- 
•oelbail cafipaig hUi Concobuip, •D'heg in** blia'Bain fi 
oi-feci Chafs^ — niaifigfie^ ^Oalocun, ingen' CCinnqviu 
T)alacun', iT)on, bean hUi phefi^ail, iT)on, ben T>onfinaill 
bui-Se, mic' T)omnaill, mic Sheaain', mic* T>omnaill^ hUi 
phefigail, T)*he5 in** blia^ain fi^ — 8eaan caec, mac' 
fHagnufa, mic Bosain' hUi Confobuip, vo mafiboB in*" 
blioBain fi, a n-T)iai§ WoT)la[i]5^leclainn pei'5lim[€]e, 
mic' eogain hUi ConSobuifi'. — Zai^ mac tl1ail[-8h]e6- 

Ai02b lainn, I mic' 'Ci§efinain hUi Ruaific', T^'heg in** blia- 
•5ain f^^ — hUa** Neill (iT)on^ Conn*) vo ligen Meill, mic 
8eaain bui-Be hUi NeiU, afa laimT)e£ur iti bli(r5ain 
[fi], im peiL bfienoinT). Ocuf bfiai^e eile vo gabail 
af, ím a -51^ mac pein 7 im mac eile Seaain bui-^e, iT)on, 
enfií^ — ^T^OThnall, mac Meill hUi Meill, vo mafiba5 a 
P'nnTi^atíinac le Ru|fiai'5e, mac CCific hUi Weill 7 le 
clainn MeiU, mic CCifir; hUi WeiU. — hUa pefijail vo 
Jaifim in blicrtain [fi] vo Conmac, mac Seaain, mic' 
T)omnaiU', mic** 8eaain, mic T)omnaiU^ hUi phefigail, 1 

B 93c n-a5ai§ Ruépai'^i*, mic Caíail hUi phef^aiL — | bfiian, 
mac OCe^a bui'^e, mic^ b|iiain baUai§** hUi NeiU, T^'heg 
T)o'n ^alufi bpeac 1** n-GaffiuÉ na blia^na fa^ — íHaifia, 
in^en T)omnaiU baUai^ íllic T)omnaiU, iT)on, in* beon 
T)o bi a^ Conn, mac' CCe"5a bui5e hUi Neíll, T^'heg T)o'n 
§alufi cecna. — Ri pefi-íHanac vhGs ^" blio^ain fi^ iT)on, 

1488. *-e, A. ''=1480»». «-«ben Ctimti, nwc-tcife qf Conn, aon^ 
B. >»om., B (not C\ 



• Donehadh, — Mao Morrough. 

*8ont, — ^Nephews of the Blain, 
F,M. ; who add that thedeedwas 
done on a Snndar in Banada (in 



Lejnej bar., 00. 

*^.— A.p. 6 ; Easter (VIL E), 
Ap. 6. 

• Caj»ímíy.— See Ua NetU, last 



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son of the lord of XJi-Ceinnselaigh, nainely, hy Donchadh^ [»488] 
son of Art, aon of DonchadL — John XJa hEadhra the 
Tawny (or, junior) and his son were slain by the sons* of 
TJa hEadhra (namely, by Ruighri and by Aedh) this 
year. — Tadhg, son of Aedh, son of Toirdelbach Carrach 
TJa Concobuir, died this year on Easter Eve*^. — Margaret 
Dalton, daughter of Andrew Dalton, namely, wife of Ua 
Ferghail;^ that is, wife of Domnall the Tawny, son of 
Domnall, son of John, son of Domnall Ua Ferghail, died 
this year. — John Blind[-eye], son of Maghnus, son of 
Eogan Ua Concobuir, was slain tbis jrear, after Christ- 
mas, by the sons of Feidhlimidh, son of Eogan Ua Con- 
cobuir. — ^Tadhg, son of Maelf-Sh]echlainn, son of Tigher- 
nan Ua Ruairc, died this year. — Ua Neill (namely, Conn) 
let Niall, son of John Ua NeiU the Tawny, from out his 
captivity* this year, about the feast^ of [8t.] Brenann. And 
other hostages were got from him, including his own two 
sons and another son of John the Tawny, namely, Henry. 
— Domnall, son of Niall Ua NeiU, was slain in Fintamh- 
nach® by Eughraidhe, son of Art Ua NeiU and by the 
sons of NiaU, son of Art Ua NeiU. — Conmac, son of 
John, son of DonmaU. son of John, son of DomnaU Ua 
FerghaU, was proclaimed Ua Ferghail this year, after 
Rughraidhe, son of Cathal Ua FerghaU, — Brian, son of 
Aedh the Tawny, son of Brian Ua NeiU the Freckled, 
died of the smaU pox in the Spring of this year. — Mary, 
daaghter of Domnall Mac DomnaiU the Freckled, namely, 
wife of Conn, son of Aedh Ua NeiU the Tawny, died of 
the same disease. — The king of Fir-Manach, namely 
Edmund, son of Thomas Mag Uidhir junior, died this 
year, on the 4th of the Nones [4th] of July. — A 



(original) entrj, bat 11, of 1487. 
For the names and fate of the sons, 
see T%oo tona (38th item) of this 
year. 



' Feast.—See 1892, n. 2. 
^ Fintamhnach, — Fintona, co. 
Tyr. Of. O'D.'s n., iv. 1160. 



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332 ccMwoctcc alcroh. 

emuíin, mac* 'Comoir Ó15 TTles tli'Bifi*, 4 Nonof lulii. — 
CaipiT)il na m-bjiaÉafi minuji vo Obfefiuancia th) beié 
i^ n-*Oun-na-nSall in blia^ain [fi] um peil peDaif. — 
fHac-an-baifiT) Oifigialt •o'heg an blia*ain [fif: iwn, 
Nua*a mac-an-BaifT)^ 7 a mac T)o gabail a ínai*, iT)on, 
OCe*. — ^Diap maiT), mac 8eaain tuifs, mic* 'CoififiT)elbai§ 
an pina hUi T)oninailL*, T)'hej; 1** cúf pho|inuiii^ — Con- 
cobufi, mac *0u!5€ai§ htli ^Ouibseannain, vo baéot afi 
lo6-bfaDain 1* muinnT;if-6olaif in'' blia6ain fi^ — 
bean* hUi pefisail (iT)on', Chonmaic*)» iwn, mauT)a, 
ingen mic pheofiaif (iT)on% 8eaan')> D'heg in bliaBain 
fi^ — mail[-8h]e£lainn, mac ÍD&s phlannSai*, vo 
maf ba* in^ blia^ain [fij* le clainn T^-bs, niic Caéail, 
mic' 'Cisefinain 015 htli Ruaifc. — maiT)ni vo íabaifc 
afi hUa m-bpiaín, iT)on, afi Concobuf, mac CoiffT)el- 
baig, le hlafla T>ef-muman, iT)on, le muifif, mac 
Comaif, mic Shemuif, mic ^©í^^*^ lofila, af Tjafjvains 
Tx)iffT)elbai§, mic 'Cai'SshUi bfiain^— Coifoel^ clainni 
muifceftxxig meg 6oca^a[i]n^ iT)on', caiflen bile- 
faÉa, vo bfife^ le hlafla Chille-T)afia. — mac mag- 
nufa T)o •5enum in' blia^ain fi^ vo Chaéal Ó5, mac' 
Cacail 015, mic Caéail móip' mic magnufa, le mag 
Ui'Bifi, iT)on', le Seaan', mac* pilib meg Ui'5ifi**7 le 
mai€iB pefi-mana6 afiSeana. Ocuf*" mac bfiiain mic 
mapiufa T)o é«ifim in blio&ain cecna T)o'n 5^^^^ 
T)u!5, mac Comaif Ó15, mic bfiiain, iT)on, in ceéfiuiíiaft 
la vo TÍií OCusuf^ (Ocuf' t)0 Bi inaT) cinn-pine aige fie 
hocT; m-blia'Bna jvoime 'f a leé*.)** — Coj^an, mac Ifi meg 
A I02o fla^naill, vo maf bo&^ | le n-a^ T)efibfia€aifi f^ein, iT)on, le 
hUiUiam, mac*" Ifi 7 le n-a mac* 7 le magnuf, mac 1f, 

1488. »an, B. »»tf<c.,0. ! = »>•»>. " af ter bile-Tvaéa (with variant, 
caiflen), B. 

^Of Magh'L.-^ oalled from 1 ^^ Loch-b.—Laht of the salmon: 
having been foBtered in Mojlorg, 1 not identified, bat in Leitrím bar. 
oa fio8. (bj the Mao Dennota). I and co. 



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Chapter of the Friars Minor of [Stricter] Observance was [1*88] 
[held] in Dim-na-Ghdl this year, about the feast of [St.] 
Peter. — Mao-an-baird of Oirghialla, namely, Nnadha 
Mac-an-bairdy died this year and his son, namely, Aedh, 
took his place. — Diarmaid, sonof Johnof [Magh-]Luírg^, 
son of Toirdelbach Ua DomnaiU oftheWine, died in 
the beginning of Harvest. — Concobur, son of Dubhthach 
Ua Doibgennain, was drowned on Loch-bradain^^ in 
Muintir-Eoluis this year. — The wife of Ua Ferghail 
(namely, of Conmac), namely, Maude, daughter of Mac 
Feorais (iiamely, John), died this year. — ^Mail[-Sh]ech- 
lainn, son of Mag Flanchadha, was slain this year by 
the sons of Tadhg, son of Cathal, son of Tigheman Ua 
Buairc junior. — Defeat was inflicted on Ua Briain, 
namely, on Concobur^^, son of Toirdelbach, by the Earl 
of Desmond, namely, by Maurice, son of Thomas, son of 
James, son of £arl Gerald, at instigation of Toírdelbach, 
son of Tadhgi^ Ua Briain. — The castle of the sons of 
Muircertach Mag Eochagain, namely, the castle of Bil- 
ratha, was broken down by the Earl of Eildare. — Cathal 
junior^S son of Cathal junior, son of Cathal Mor Mac 
Maghnusa, was made Mac Maghnusa this year by Mag 
Uidhir, namely, by Jobn, son of Philip Mag Uidhir and 
by the worthies of Fir-Manach likewise. And the 
black Gillie, son of Thomas junior, son of Brian, 
was prodaimed Mac Briain Mic Maghnusa the same year, 
namely, the 4th day of the month of Augpist (And he 
had the place of tribe-head for eight and a half years 
before this.) — ^Eogan, son of Ir Mag Baghnaill, was slain 
treacherou8ly by his own brother, namely, by William, 
son of Ir and by his son and by Maghnus, son of Ir. — 
William of the Wood, grandson of Mac Feorais, 

" Coíwftur .—See 1481, n. 2. i ^ Cathal.— Compúer o£ theBe 
^ Tadhg. — Brother of Conor ; 1 Annals. 
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884 ccnNccLa: uLcroíi. 

pelonice. — tliUiam^ in pe'5a, mac mic TTlic pheo- 
fiaif, iT)on, mac 8eaain, T)*he5 in blicrBain fi^ íllac 
mic pheofiaif* pein\ iT>on, 8eaan, nge|ina Clainni- 
peofiu[i]ri iT)on^ pefi fuaipc, T)aena£rac, T^'heg in blia- 
'Bain fi^ — Cu-tlla'5, niac 8eaain bui'Se hUi Weill, vo 
ifnafiba'5 le hCCfT;, mac Cnfi, mic' eoscnn' hUi Meill, 
1** pogmuji na blia^na fa^ — bean f 15 CClban, iT>on, bean 
8eniu[i]f 8T)iBapT), iT)on", in^en fi§ Loclann™, vo cup 
cum baif in blia'Bain fi le neim. Ri OClban pein, iT)on, 
8emuf 8T)iBaiiT), t>o mapba* 1 caé 1' n-a •5iai§ fo' in 
bliaíain cerna le n-a mac fein, iT)on, Semuf Ó5 8T>i6afT). 
Ocuf mofan vo ri^epnaiB uaifli[6] OClban t>o majiboo 
maiUe pfiif ann, afi fon naf '€aif befv fé vox) mac an 
T)|\eam aji af liamna* neim" vo éabaifr; T)ia tíiaÉaif. — 
T)a mac WeiU, mic 8eaain buí*5e hUi Neill,iT)on, ©o^an 
7 OCe^, vo cfoía* le hUa NeiU, iT)on, le Conn, mac 
6nfi, mic eojain hUi NeiU, gaifiiT)** fioim f eil ílliCil^ — 
CCpc', mac NeiU 6afftai§, mic mic ITluificefiTxiig 015 hUi 
NeiU, T)omafiba'5 le clainn enfii, mic Cnfi, mic Co^ain 
hUi NeiU', ajx Sfeif oi"5ce*, iT)on^ emunn 7 pei^'^]- 
lim[i'5J*. — eo^an, mac hUi Ruaific, iT)on, mac pei'5lím- 
[rel mic T)onn£ai'5, mic' 'Ci|efinain' 015^ mic Ti^ef nain 
moifi hUi Ruaific^ vo mapba'^ afv ofa* le heogan, mac 
hUi Ruaific aili, iT)on, mac 'Ci|efinain, mic 'Cai'^s, mic* 
'Ciéefinain moifi*' hUi Ruaific, in^ blia5ain [fi]^ — hUa*" 
NeiU, iT>on, Conn, mac enfii, t)0 "5^1 co cea£ hUi Tk)m- 
naiUin blia*ain fi a n-T)iai§8a!Íina 711107; Ui'^ifi^iT^on, 
8eaan, mac pilib, mic Tomaif meg Ui-5ifi, t)o t)uI leif 
ann 7 fié caipifi, caifT)eamail vo T>enum T)'hUa NeiU 7 

1 488. * -1 , A . íí a pealU te 'Deantitn a T)eTvbfuitai|i (-taji)— m treacherjf, 
by doing ofhi» brother, B (nolC). «> » after neim, B. »an — íA«— prf., B. 
<^om., A. 

^* Dattghier, — Margaret, da. of i bellion of James IV. and the caoae 
CbTÚtian, Idng of Denmark and 1 aasigned, needlees to aaj, were 
Norwaj. The poisoning, the re- I oreationa of rumour. For the oo- 



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335 



namely, son of John, died thÍB year. The son of Mao 
Feorais himself, namely, John, lord of Clann-Feorais, 
namely, an excellent, humane man, died thís year. — Cu- 
TJladh, son of John TJa Neill the Tawny, was slain by 
Art, son of Henry, son of Eogan TJa NeiU, in the Eíarvest 
of this year. — The wife of the king of Scotland, namely, 
wife of James Stewart [III.]i namely, daughter^* of the 
king of Lochlann, was put to death this year by poison. 
The kíng of Scotland himself, namely, James Stewart, 
was slain^^ in battle af ter that, the same year, by his own 
son, namely, James Stewart junior. And many of the 
superior lords of Seotland were slain with hini there, 
because he did not deliver to his son the people on whom 
it was charged to have gíven [the] poison to his mother. — 
Two sons of Niall, son of John TJa NeiU the Tawny, 
namely, Eogan and Aedh, were hung^^ by TJa Neill, 
namely, by Conn, son of Henry, son of Eogan TJa Neill, 
8hortly before Míchaelmas. — Art, son of Niall Carrach, 
grandson of Muircertach Ua NeiU junior, was slain by 
the &<jjia of Henry, son of Henry, son of Eogan TJa Neill, 
namely, Edmund and Feidlimidh, on a night incursion. — 
Eogan, son of TJa Buairc, namely, boq of Feidhlimidh, 
son of Donchadh, tson of Tigheman junior, son of Tigheman 
Mor TJa Euairc, was slain during a truce by Eogan, son 
of another Ua Ruairc, namely, son of Tighernan, son of 
Tadhg, 8on of Tigheman Mor Ua Ruairc, this year. — Ua 
Neill, namely, Conn, son of Henry, went to the house of 
Ua Domnaill this year, after November Day and Mag 
Uidhír, namely, John, son of PhiUp, son of Thomas Mag 
Uidhir, went with him there and firm, cordial peace was 
made by Ua NeiU and by Ua DomnaiU with each other. — 



[1488] 



aHtion againBt Jas. III., cf. Bar- 
ton, nist.Scot., III. 188 sq. 

1* 5/at»f .— At Beaton mil], after 
tl)e battle qí Saachie Boni, be- 



tween Bannookbiim and Stir- 

lÍBg. 

"iTttn^.— See Ua NeiU (20th 
entry) of thÍBjrear. 



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336 ftMMCcLo: uLccDti. 

•o'htla *OoTniiaill pe ceile. — 8i€ vo •benaíh vo hXla Meill 
7 vo cLainn 8heaain bui'Be hUi Meill t^imceall na 
Samna in blioBain [ri]^ — hlla ConÉobuifi vo 'benum in 
blia*ain pi^ le hUa n-*Ooninaill, iwn, le hCCe* fiuab^ 
T)'phei'5limi'6 pnn, mac Tad^^', mic' 'Coififi'Belbai^ 
tiuai* hlli^ Concobuifi 7 le n-a íU)t[i]nT) pein 1 Connac- 
caiC^ — hlla** Roigillig, iwn, 8eaan, mac 'Coitifi'Delbaié, 
mic 8eaain hlli Tlai§illi§, vo lojXía* baile emuin'o, mic 
*Ooninaill bain hlli RaigiUig, in blioBain [fi] 1 n-'oiai§ 
Sharhna^— eo^an, mac mailíhofi'Ba hlli Roigillig, iwn, 
T^igetina ÍTlhullaig-laigill, •o'hes m** blioBain fi^— ÍTlas 
CCengufa, i'oon, bjfiian, mac OCifiT; ÍTles CCengura, v'hes 
in^ blioBain [fi] 7 a 'oe|ibfia€aip, i'oon, OCe'B, vo oipT)- 
A i02d neoB 1 n-a inoB^ — ÍTlai^ Ragnaill x^'hes | in** blioBain 
[ri?> iwn, Coníobuti, mac ÍTluti£ai'& ÍTleg Ragnaill, vo 
fli6c ínail[-8h]e£lainn 7** ÍTlas Rognaill vo 'oenum 1 
n-a inaD vo ÍTlhail[-8h]e£lainn, mic Uilliam ÍTles 
Ra^naill, Wn c-f lite cecna^ — ^Coip|iT)elba£, mac 'Cai'Bg 
íTlic ÍTlaígaTÍina*, iT)on, pef'if innfaca, fafca, T)e§oii- 
T)ai|i** vo follaiíinaig a íigetinuf^ vo bí 'fa ÍTlumain, 
T)'he5** in blia'Bain fi^ — Ruai'Bfi, mac hlli Con6obuiii 
•Buinn, T^'hej; in** blia^in [fi^] — ÍTlac an c-«haBaifi§ 
T)*he5 in** blioBain fi^ iT)on, paqfiaig «aBaif . — ÍTlael- 
íTlui|ie, mac Cai-Bg 015 hlli UiginT)*, ^voí\\ fai pifi vcma, 
T)'he5 in blioBain fi^ 

(Ruai§fi% mac Comaif, mic J^lla-CfifT), iT)on, [t:i|- 
efina] hUa-*Ohfoma[-ona], T^'egum Cpiphain na blioBna 
fo, iT)on, CCnno *Oomini 1488^) 

B93d ]caL. lan. fOf *OafT)ain, [U* xx.ui. ,] CCnno T)omini 
1489. ÍTlac UiBiLin, iT)on, 8einícin |iua*, mac RifDeajxT) 
TTlic UiCiLin, T)0 ma|iba* a peaLL Le UaLOTii, mac 
Cofmuic, mic** «heínícín^ ÍTlic UiBiLin, in** La f in pein^— 

1488. I* ne6— one wkOf B. «-q l03a, t. m. ([]=8paoe for 8 letters, de< 
faoed), n. t. h., A; om., B. 

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ANNALS OF UIiSTER. 337 

Peaoe was made by TJa Neill and by the sons of John [1488] 
Oa Neill the Tawny about November day this year. — 
Feidhlimidh the Fair, son of Tadhg, son of Toirdelbach 
Ua Concobuir the Red, was made Ua Concobuir this year 
by Ua Domnaill, namely, by Aedh the Red and by his 
own party in Connacht. — Ua RaighiUigh, namely, John, 
son of Toirdelbach, son of John Ua Raighilligh, bumed the 
town of Edmund, son of Domnall Ua RaighiUigh the Fair, 
this year after November Day . — Eogan, son of Maelmordha 
Ua RaighiUigh, namely, lord of Mullach-Laighill, died 
this year. — Mag Aengusa, namely, Brian, son of Art Mag 
Aengusa, died this year and his brother, namely, Aedh, 
was installed in hís stead. — ^Mag RaghnaiU, namely, Con- 
cobur, son of Murchadh Mag Raghnaill, of the progeny 
of Mael[-Sh]echlainn, died this year and Mael[-Sh]ech- 
lainn, son of William Mag Raghnaill, of the same progeny, 
was made Mag RaghnaiU in his steád. — Toírdelbach, son 
of Tadhg Mac Mathgamna, to wit, the man who ad- 
ministered his lordship in the mo8t £tting, sufficient, and 
best ordered manner that was in Munster, died this year, — 
Ruaidhri, sou of Ua Concobuir the Brown, died this year. 
— ^The son of Savage, namely, Patricfc Savage, died this 
year. — ^Mael-Muire, son of Thomas Ua Uiginn junior, 
namely, an eminent poet, died this year. 

(Ruaighri, son of Gilla-Crisd^^ namely, [lord] of Ui- 
Drona, died about the Epiphany of this year, a.d. 1488.) 

Ealends of Jan. on Thursday, [26th of the moon,] a.d. [1489] 
1489. Mac UibhUin, namely, Jenkin the Red, son of 
Richard Mac Uibhilin, was slain in treachery by Walter, 
son of Cormac, son of Jenkin Mac Uibhilin, that same 
day^ — ^Maghnus, son of Aedh the Red, son of Rughraidhe 

'^Gíí/a-a— 0'Eyan (Ua Biag- 1 1489. '^aíweda^.— Namely,New 
haín). I Tear'e Day. 

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magDUf, niac CCe^a puai*. ttiio Rii§tiai'5e ÍTles ÍTIaé- 
Samna, vhe^ \r\^ La ceT:na in blia^ain f\\ — ConCobtiti, 
mac ^aifne hlli Rai|iUi§, •o'hes vo^ bi*^ T Ceanan- 
T/Uf" in blia'Bain fi^ — Remunn, mac Uairne, mic 
Peflail, mic' Tx)maif , mic ÍTlarsamna, mic' Jilla-lfu 
fiuai'B' hUi Rai|illi§, T^'heg in*" blia5ain fi** Do'n plai*, 
im** peil bfi|De^. — hUa ^oCann v*he^ in blia'Sain fi , 
i-Don, ITlaésamain, mac** "Coiffoelbaig hvli ^o^^"^''- — 
Tílac íílael-rnhafTOin T^'heg in^ blia'Bain [fif, iDon, 
8eaan. — ^T3á mac íílaine bui-be niio Caba vo manboD 
le clainn Tx)iffT)elbai§ balLai§ ÍTlic Caba in** ^110^6^1^ 
[fi], 1 n-T)iai§ peili bingDe^ iDon', pailgi 7 'Coif|VDelba£* 
7^ mac ^laifne, mic CCe'5a colai^ íTlic Caba, iT)on, CCe'5^ 
— Triail[-8h]eaclainn, mac TTluipcepcai^ miceogain hUi 
NeiU, Do mafba'5 le cLainn Ofiai'n (iT)on', bjfiian na 
001110*5), mic eogain hlli NeiU, i*" r;áf Gap fai§ na 
blia'5na fa^ — Connla hlla^ TTlaelaTÍuile, iDon, pfip 
hUi RaisiUig, D'he^ im** feil bf i§De na blia^na fa\ — 
Ru§fai'5e, mac *OaiBi€ hUi TTlof^a, iDon, ranufx^i 
iaigifi, D'heg in^ blia'^ain fi, iDon, in Cetxiin fia m- 
beaUraine. — «luban, in^en Cmuinn, mic RifDOfD 
A I03a buraUef , iDon, ben TTlic •TTluf£a'5a, |ii|' taigen'*, j 
iDon, TTlufcai'5 BaUaig, mic CCijfiT; Caemanai|, Vheg 
in^ blia'^ain [fiP. — TTlao*" an bhulbaig, iDon, n|efina 
Cfice-bulbac a coif bef Ba, D'he^ in blia^in cecwa^ — 
TTlac 5iUa-phaDfiai5, fi On\ai^', iDon, «eoppfioig, mac 
Piigin TTlic 5^Ua-paDf\ai5, lafi n-a be€ DaU aimfijfi 
foime fin, D'heg in^ blia'^ain [fi] a n-Diai§ NoDla^ife*. — 
Cfeac^ Do "^enam do cloinD Cuinn, mic 0Ce'5a bui-^e, mic 
bfiiain 15aUai§ hUi Neill, (iDon', NiaU 7 CCfTf) ajfi 

1489. ' mac, B (in orror). ■-in, A. H A. «^gÍTenmO. *^ ííc, C. 
•^ after mct|\bcr6, B. "= 1403 H. »«=1379 ^. 

* Plague, — Of «uoh virulenoe, 1 tbroogboat Lreland, F» M, 
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ANNALS OP CJLSTER 339 

Mag Mathgamna, died the same day^ this year.— Con- r[i489] 
cobur, son of Glaisne XJa Raighilligh, died of a fit in 
Zells this year. — Eedmund, son of XJaithne, son of 
Ferghal, son of Thomas, son of Mathgamain, son of 
Oilla-Isu TJa Eaighilligh the Bed^ died this vear of the 
plague^, about the feast of Brigit. — TJa Gobhann, namely, 
Mathgamain, son of Toirdelbach XJa Oobhann, died this 
year. — Mac Mael-Martain, namely, John, died this year. — 
Two sons of Maine Mac Caba the Tawny, namely, Failghi 
and Toirdelbacb,and the son of 01aisne,son of Aedh colach^ 
Mac Caba, namely, Aedh, were slain thís year after the 
feast of Brigit, by the sons of Toirdelbach Mac Caba the 
Freckled. — Mail[-Sh]echlainn. son of Muircertach, son of 
Eogan Ua NeiU, was slain by the sons of Brian (namely, 
Brian of the Wood), son of Eogan TJa Neill, in the 
beginning of the Spring of this year. — Conla TJa Maela- 
tuile, Damely, phy8Ícian of TJa Baighilligh, died about 
the feast of Brigit of this year. — Eughraidhe, son of 
DaTÍd TJa Mordha, namely, tanist^ of Laighis, died this 
year, namely, the "Wednesda^ [-Ap. 29] before May Day. — 
Joan, daughter of Edmund, eon of Bichard Butler, name1y, 
wiíe of Mac Murchadha, king of Leinster, that is, of 
Murchadh the Freclded, son of Art Cavanagh, died this 
year. — ^The son of Bulby, namely,lord of the Bulby country 
by the Barrow, died the same year. — ^Mac OiUa-Padraig, 
Iring of Ossory, n&mely, Oeoflfre^, son of Finghin Mac 
OiIUt-Padraig, af ter being blind f or a time bef ore that, 
died this year after Christmas. — ^A raid was made by the 
sons (namely, Niall and Art) of Conn, son of Aedh the 
Tawny, son of Brian TJa Neill the Freclded, on Henry, 
8011 of Henry, son of Eogan TJa NeiU and Cathair TJa 
Conoobáir, namely, a good horseman of the people of 
Henry, was slain there a week af ter May Day. — ^Athaime 



* ranwí.— See [1307], n. 8. 

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340 ccMwalcc UlCCDÍl. 

et\ft\, TTiac enixi, TTiac eosain hUi Neill 7 Coéaiti hUa 
ConcoBaip. vo ttiatxba'B ann, i'oon, maficafi maié vo 
muinnTJiti enpi, fect:iíiuin a n-T)iaig bheaUOTine^— 
CCéaipne hUa heogura 'o'hes in** blia^ain fi, iT)on, mac 
8eaain hUi Bosura^ iwn, xiefi^ •oana 7 poslumnn maié 
7 macaríi onoiiac** ece^x SallaiB 7 Jhai'BealaiB 7* but) 
Binn laríí 7 bel*. — hUa Weill 'o'heg in blio^ain [fi^ji-Don, 
enjxi, mac eogain*, mic' Weill 015' hUi WeiLl, ap caiéim 
a aifi 5U fona, f énamail, aiéefaS*, oifbefTxic*, 17 ]cal- 
enT)af lulii. — hUaCefbuill x^'heg in blioBam [fi], iT)on. 
8eaan, mac ÍTlailfuanai| hUi' CefBuiLL', fi CiLe*. — 
pei'5Limi'5 05, mac ííei'6Lim[€e], mic'* pefgoil, mic 
Tx)maif, mic ÍTlacsamna, mic JiLLa-lfu fuai** hUi 
RaijiLLig, 'D'he^ m** bLia'Bain [fi]** 'oo'n ^Lai'5. — Rof, 
mac Uoiéne hUi ínhof'6a, vo mafba'5 Le Ca€aif, mac 
LaifiS, mic** Caéaif** hUi T)himafai§. — bicaif T)aim- 
mnfi fof Loí-Cif ne 'o'heg m** bLia^am fi^ iDon, NicoLaf, 
mac' NicoLaif hUi' Couufai^. — íílac hUi Cha€a[i]n vo 
gabaiL Le^ hUa NeiLL (i'OonN Conn^) m** bLio^ain [fiP, 
iT)on, 5^fffai§, mac 8eaain, mic* CCiBne, mic *Oiaf- 
A i03b maT)a** hUi Cara[i]n. — | hUa NeiLL, iT)on, Conn, mac 
enfí, T)0 '^uL a n-0ife6c-hUi-Ca€a[i]n 7 miLLci mofa 
T)o '^enum ann 7 bfiai^i vo íabaifT: uai'5iB. — hUa 
T)omnaiLL, iT)on, ffe'5, mac NeiLL |aifB, vo '^uL af 
'Cfian-CongaiL a n-T)efe'5 pho^uif na bLia5na [fa]. 
Ocuf cfeaca mofa t)0 -Senum vo ifin Rutxi af íílac 
UíbiLin 7 mac hUi *OomnaiLL vo Loc ann, iT)on, Conn 7 
caifoeL beiL-peffoi T)o gaBaiL Leif hUa n-T)omnaiLL 
T)o'n T)uL fin 7 T:ecT: fLan T)ia €15. — hUa Tlai§iLLi§, iT)on, 
8eaan, mac Coif t^'5eLbai§, mic 8eaain hUi Tlai|iLLi§ 7 
hUa pefsoiL, iT)on, Conmac, mac 8eaain, mic T)omnaiLL, 
mic Sheaam, mic T)omnaiLL hUi peféaiL, vo '^enum 

1489. *-i, B. *leif, B. *>>»fai fnp. 'oana 7 nec t)o ba tnotx onoix— 
an eminent poet and one who was \in\ great honovr^ B. "=1444 K 
J Eenry [!], C. k-k= 1334 « (om., C). 



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TJa hEogbusa, namelj, son of Jolin TJa hEogliusa, died [1489] 
this jear : to wit, a poet and good teacher and a man 
that was honoured amongst Foreigners and Irish and was^ 
a good ínstrumentalístand vocalist^ — (Ja Neill, nameljr, 
Henry, son of Eogan, son of Niall Fa Neill junior, died 
this year, on the 17th of the Xalends of July [June 
15], after spending his time happily, prosperously, vic- 
toriou8ly, profitably. — TJa Cerbaill, namely, John, son of 
Maelruanaigh TJa Cerbaill, lcing of Eili, died this year. — 
Feidhlimidh junior, son of Feidhlimidh, son of Ferghal, 
son of Thomas, son of Mathgamain, son of Gilla-Isu Fa 
Baíghilligh the Bed, died this year of the plague. — Bos, 
son of TJaithne TJa Mordha, was slain by Cathair, son of 
Laisech, son of Cathair TJa Dimasaigh. — The vicar of 
Daim-inis on Loch-Eime, namely, Nicholas, son of 
Nicholas TJa Cathusaigh, died this year. — The son of TJa 
Catha[i]n, namely, Godfrey, son of John, son of Aibne, 
son of Diarmaid TJa Catha[i]n, was taken this year by 
TJa Neill (namely, Conn). — TJa Neill, namely, Conn, son 
of Henry, went into Oirecht-TJi-Cathain® and great de- 
vastations were done there and hostages carried from them. 
— TJa DomnaiU, namely, Aedh, son of Niall the Rough, 
went into^ Trian-Conghail at the end of the Harvest of 
thÍB year. And great raids were made by him on Mao 
TJíbilin in the Route and the son of TJa DomnaiU, namely, 
Conn, was wounded there and the castle of Bel-Fersdi was 
taken by TJa DomnaiU on that incursion and he went saf e 
to his house. — TJa RaighiUigh, namely, John, son of 
Toirdelbach, son of John TJa RaighUligh and TJa Ferg- 
hail, namely, Conmac, son of John, son of DomnaU, son 
of John, son of Domnall TJa FerghaU, made a raid into 
Magh-Breghmuine in the end of the Harvest of this year 



» WoM—vocaUst.'-JÁt, waa sweet 1 « Oirecht- Ui-C.^See [13761 n. 4. 
[o/] hand cmd numth, I ' /nío.— Lit., on. 



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qieici a muig-bjiegTTitiine a n-Detie* pholmaifi na 
blio^na f a 7 "Oonnco^, mac btxiain caiS, mic T>omnaill 
Buí'Be hlli pheplail, vo rhaixba* umpa^ — ^T^malTOc, mac 
bjxiain ÍTlic 't)onncai'5 vo TÍia|xba5 a*" n-Diai§ 8hamna 
in blia^am fi** Le hOCe'b, mac *Oomnaill £aim Tllic' "Donn- 
Éai*' 7 le n-a clainn. — CCe'b\ mac hUi ConSobuifi, iT)on, 
mac phei'5LimL€]e pinn, mic Chai'bs, mic ron\|iT)eLbai§ 
fiuai'é, vo |abaiL Le cLainn hUi CheaLLaig in bLia'Bain 
[f\]\ — ^T^ifi|i'oeLba£, mac hUi Concobuiti, iT)on, mac 
ííhei'&Lim[re] pinn, vo maixbofe an* bLia^ain fi a n- 
T)iai§ 8amna Le mac ÍTlic *Ohia|\maca, iT)on^ Le TaA^ 
mac Ruai'bfii fnic*OiaTimaDa. — Cogan, mac pei'6Lim[í]e^ 
mic eogain, mic' *OomnaiLU mic flluiiiceiiTxng' hUi 
Concobuip, vo majxba* Leifin CaLbac caec, mac *Oom- 
naiLL, mic eogain hlli ConCoBaip, a**cuf 5®^mixi'5 na 
bLia'5na fa^ Ocuf T)a mac ííluif cefiuaig, mic eogain 
hUi' Concobuifi', iT)on, fnunxcei\T:a£ 05 7 Seaan, t)0 mayi- 

A i03c ba'^ ifna LaiéiB ceT:naLe n-acom§aeL pein. — | tna§nuf, 
mac CaéaiL oicc íílic lílagnufafnes tli^iii, (iT)on', ÍTlac 
ÍTlagnufaO t)o eg in bLia^ain fi^ piíe oiT)ce* |\ia Noo- 
Laig : iT)on, mac bf uigaiD^ Lan vo efLabjxa 7 vo T)eif c 

B 94a 7' T)0 ze^ n-oi'5e'5". — bfiepm mcroma fof OCfT:, | mac Ui 
NeiLL (iT)on", mac Cuinn, mic 6nfi"), Lef hUa Ca6a[i]n 
(iT)on"*, 8eaan, mac CCiBne'", mic' T)iafmaT)a') 7 Le n-a 
Def bf aéaiii aiLe, won, Tx^maf, t)U 1 TX)fcaif TJiafmai^, 
mac TTlasnuffa', mic TTlccgnufa, mic' *Oiafmaca hUi 
Caéain, La fOfgaBaLa bfiain, mic *OomnaiLL [U]i NeiLL 
7 mafibra focai'5e vo ceiíefn' 7 La haijxmn apaiLe*. 
8ecT:main** fi'a ÍÍ0T)Lai§ infin^ — CoLman hUa TTlaiL[- 
8h]ecLainn (iT)on% mac CCifT:, mic Cojimuic BaLLaig^) 
T)0 maf ^0*5 1 n-5emfii'5 inna bLio'^na f a** La ConT), mac 
CCii^t;, mic Cuinn, mic Cofimuic baLLaig hUi TTloiL[-8h]- 
ecLainn. — hUa baigiLL^ iT)on', "CoiffiT^eLbafi', T)o** ecc 7 

1489. «-im, B. ^briiti-, B. ^.ge^u. »om., B. «"-«sia^^ »»(om.,C). 
^ Aíanus, C. <«>= 1468 »»-»> (om., C). p = 1476 ^. 



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and Donohadh, son of Brian BHnd[-eye], son of Domnall [1489] 
Ua Fergliail tlie Tawny, was slain by them®. — Tomaltaoh, 
8on of Brian Mac Donnchaidh, was slain after November 
Day this year by Aedh, son of Domnall Mac Donnchaidh 
the Stooped and by his sons. — Aedh, son of Fa Conco- 
buir, namely, son of Feidhlimidh the Fair, son of Tadhg, 
son of Toirdelbach the Red, was taken by the sons of TJa 
Cellaigh this year. Toirdelbaeh, son of XJa Concobuir, 
namely, son of Feidhlimidh the Fair, was slain this year 
after November Day by the son of Mac Diarmata, namely, 
by Tadhg, son of Buaidhrí Mac Diarmata. — Eogan, son of 
Feidhlimidht son of Eogan, son of Domnall, son of Muir- 
certach TJa Concobuir, was slain by Calbaoh Blind[-eye], 
son of Domnall, son of Eogan XJa Concobuir, in the be- 
ginning of winter of tlds year. And two sons of Muir- 
certach, son of Eogan XJa Concobair, namely, Muircertach 
juníor and John, were slain in the same days by their 
own relatÍTes. — Maghnus, son of Cathal Mac Maghnusa 
Mag XJidhir junior (namely, [the] Mac Maghnusa), died 
this year, twenty nights before Christnias : to wit, a son 
of brughaidh^ fáll of aflGeibility and of charity and of hos- 
pitality. — ^A crushing defeat [was inflicted] upon Art, son 
of XJa NeiU (namely, son of Conn, son of Henry), by XJa 
Catha[i]n (namely, John, son of Aibne, son of Diarmaid) 
and by his other brother, namely, Thomas, wherein feU 
Diarmait, son of Maghnus, son of Maghnus, son of 
Diarmait XJa Cathain, in addition to the capture of Brian^ 
son of Domnall XJa NeUl and the slaying of a multitude 
of kems and capture of others. A week^ before Christmas 
that [took place]. — Colman (Ja MaU[-Sh]echlainn (namely^ 
8on of Art, son of Cormac the Freckled) was slain in the 
Wínter of this year by Conn, son of Art, son of Conn, 
son of Cormac XTa Mail[-Sh]echlainn the Freckled. — XJa 

^Bjf them.—lÁt^ aboíU them, | » FTeeifc.— FrL, Deo. la 
■• Bmfhatdh.^See 1480, n. 3. 



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5aTi|iia N<y5Laig arjbail^ — CCn Calbafi, niac hUi ^Oom- 
naill (iT)on"', mac CCe^a, mic Weill 5ai|itr), •oo'' aBailc** 
erefi^ -Da ííor;lai§, 14 anno fue et/amf^ — Gniann** coec, 
mac baire^ mic Uilliam ÍTlic peopaif, i-oon, 'odbca 
bpiain, mic pefigail fuai'5 [lJ]i hllisinn, 'o'he^ in 
blia'Sain fi^ — íTlaufica* [sic], mac fluai'5fii íTlic 8uibne» 
vo mafba* la hlapla ^Oef-tHuman*, iT)on, le fnuifif, 
mac 'Comaif, mic 8emaif 7 a 'oefBfiaéaif , i'oon, ÍTloel- 
mof e, vo aif mn ann beof : iT)on, inT)-6li Ui Ce|ibaill 
vo fonaé in fin. — T)iaf maix:, mac 'Cai'bs, mic T)omnaill 
015 íTleg Cafif€ai§ (iT)on*, mac ÍTles Caff€ai§ moif*), 
T)oniafba5 in** blia'5ain fi* lafinT) lafla cecna hifin. — 
A I03d Comaf buTnllifi, iT)on, mac RifoefT) bua|Licc, t)o 
mafba5 le 8eáan, mac emainn, mic Rifoefro bunLlep, 
in** bLia5ain fi^ — paiT;ficin^ mac in RiT)efe Ciafiiai| 
(iT)on^ mac Seaain*"), vo ihaf ba'^ La íTlác Ca|ifrai| mo|i 
in bLia-^ain fi, iT)on, 'Ca^g, mac *OomnaiLL 015. — hUa^® 
PiaLain vo ec in*" bLia'^ain fi^ iT)on, eogan, mac' Gogain 
[Ll]i paLain', iT)on^ in La af nabafafi rafieif peiLi na 
Cfoice inT) phogmaif ^ — Rifoef t), mac pe[i'5]Lim[€e], 
mic pefgaiL hUi RaigiLLi|, t)0 mafba'5 La mac 8eon 
01CC pLuinsceD, T)a' La Txxféif péfca na Cjioifie noim 
il^nT) phogmuf'. 

CCoffT)eaL!5a£' Ua buigeLL (iT)on, buigeLL) 7 Copf- 
T)eaLbac eLe, a mac, r>e^ if an bLia'^ain fo'.) 

]CaL lan. 6« pefia, [L' uii.*,] CCnno 'Oomini 1490. 
Concobuf fua'5^ mac 5iLLa-paT)faicc, mic Cmainn íTles 
tli'5if, T)o abaiLx: oi'5ci'' peLi bfiga . — CaiTOfpina, msen 

1489. •-Tnati-,A. ^0, A. <i-^mort[uu8 esl], G. ''=1434"»-»» (om., 
C). •••=1383»-». 

1490. •*bl., B. ; none, A, 0. ^om., B. «*= ^. 



^^ Tadhg.—The ThadenB, prin- 
oeps Dessimomae, of the fulmin- 
ation mentíoned 1487, n. 17. 



" BuaUcc, — Baoliok, in SlieTear- 
dagh bar», oo. Tip. Top, Dic, s. ▼. 
The oastle, aocording to a note in 



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BaighiD, namely, Toirdelbaoh, died and 8liorrty before [1489] 
Christmas died he. — The Calbach, son of TJa Domnaill 
(namelj, son of Aedh, 8on of Niall the Eough), died 
between the two Nativities [Dec. 26 — Jan. 6], in the 14th 
year of his age. — Edmond Blind[-eye], son of Walter 
son of William Mac Feorais, namely, fosterling of Brian, 
son of Fergal TJa XJiginn the Red, died this year. — 
Murchadh, son of Buaidhri Mac Suibne, was slain by the 
Earl of Desmond, namely, by Maurice, son of Thomas, 
son of James and his brother, namely, Moelmore, was 
taken there also : to wit, in Eili of XJa CerbaiU that was 
done. — Diarmait, son of Tadhg^®, son of Domnall Mac 
Curthaigh junior (namely, son of Mag Carthaigh Mor), 
was slain this year by this same Earl. — Thomas Butler, 
namely, son of Bichard of Bualecc^S was slain by John, 
son of Edmond, son of Richard Butler, this year. — 
Patrikin, eon of the Knight of Kerry (namely, son of 
John^), was slain this year by Mag Carthaigh Mor, 
namely, Tadhg, son of Domnall junior. — ^lJa Fialain, 
namely, Eogan, son of Eogan Fa Fialain, died this year : 
namely, on the morrow after the feast of [Holy] Cross of 
Harvesi — ^Richard, son of Feidhlimidh, son of Fergal XJa 
RaighiUigh, was slain by the son of John Plunket junior, 
two days after the feast of the Holy Cross in the Hiunrest. 
(Tordealbach TJa Buighell (namely, [the] O'Buigell) and 
another Tordealbaoh,^s son^^ died year). 

Xalends of Jan. on 6th feria, [7th of the moon,] a.d. tiíqo] 
1490. Concobur the Red, son of Gilla-Padraig, son of 
Edmond Mag XJidhir, died on the eve of the feast of 
Brigit — Catherine, daughter of Concobur, son of Cathal 
Mag Raghnaill, namely, wife of Tadhg, son of Toirdel- 



the Fsalter of Oashel, was bnilt in 
1463 (O'D. iv. 1170-1). 

^^John. — ^The lohannes de Gteral- 
dinis, milee de Oherrigía, threat- 



ened by Sixtua IV. (Cf. n. 
10.) 

'•jSbn.— The eon'a obit is pre- 
dated : of . 8th entrj of 1490. 



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Concobuip, mic Coíoil ÍTles Ha|tiaill, i-oon, ben 'Cai'&s, 
mic Tx)i|ifiT>elbai§ nies Ui'Bip, W abaiW a' cinn 10 
La Wn efifiac^ — Remann, mac 8eon, mic inT) lajxlo, 
A I04a T)'he5 i' cuf na blia^na fa°.— | bicanx le€-|iaea, iT)on, 
T11a€a TTlas Conains 7 an cananafi TTla^ 'Ci^epnain t)0 
feana^ *Oiiomma-leéan 7 Oot), mac inT) epf»coip TTles 
bjuiDaig, iT)on, bfiaéaijx TTlinup occ, v'he^ a cinn 7 la 
T^'epfiaÉ a qfiíufi^— hUa CaifiT)e Cule, iT)on, oUath lega 
Pe|i-TTlana£, T)*he5* — iT)on, ConT)la, mac' Copmaic, mic 
Tluai'5|xi, mic Cai'Ss moip, mic 7íilla-na-nain5el'* — an** 14 
la T)'e|ipa£ na bba'Sna fa . — eogan* Cappac, njac Con- 
cobuip TTI1C TTlagnufa, T)'e5°.— CCn 'OilmuineC', iT)on, 
emann, mac romaif, mic TlifoeiiT), a" ecc ocbafi um 
reil TTliceoiU — ^Coi|X|\T)elba6, mac 'Coifip.T^elbail Ui 
bui§ill, vo mapba^ La hepcup oc coimlins pop imuipe 
TTlupbaig CeT)aine* luaiépe'5 na* bliobna pa: iT)on, 
canufT^i TTluinncipe-bui§iU°. — Cacilin, ingen bpiain, 
mic Concobuip Ó15 TTle^ Ui'bip, ben' Comaif, mic Con- 
cobuip TTlic TTlagnupa, T^'he?; 12* ]CalenT)af OCppilif'.— 
hUa Concobuip Connacc vo abailc inT)-eppa£' na blia*na 
frf: iT)on, pe[i}5lim[i'6] pnT), mac' T^'Bs, mic T:>)ipp- 
T)elbai§ puai^, mic OCeDa^, mic pei'blimíe*, mic OeBa, 
mic eogain hUi Concobuip'. — ^PepgUf**, mac Coin, mic' 
TTlaéa', iT)on*, 1 n^ TTlaigifcip TTlop*, mac' Con- 
cobuip, iT)on, an T:-aip£iT)ecain, hUa heogain — iT)on, 

1490. "•D*hes B. «-i, B. »0e-, A. ♦-nii'ó, B. *aii,B. *afterCule, 
B. « tiUi Caifj-De, ad., B (not C). ' = 1476 K «i'oon (fV est, C),prf., 
B. »» hUa eosam, 'o'hej;, acL, B (not C). » = 1467 ^* . 



1490. ^Sprinff.-^Seo 1487, n. 2 
and add the L. B. gloss {CmI. Oen.) 
on Beraoh (1492, n. 17): coecigit 
<f^acA«/éi7, [after] a fortnight 
of Spring [is] his feast [Feh. 16]. 

* Earl. — Of Eildaro, in all proh- 
ahility. 



' Colhge, — In the (canonioal) 
sense of a derioal body oorporate 
f or oelehration of dailj Mass and 
ohoral servioe. Lit., Sjfnod: a 
8imilarily rostrioted meaning of 
whioh oooar9 in senod inna derech^ 
aisembljr of the olerios {^Tripartítej 



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bach Mag Uidhir, died at the end of 10 dajs of Springi.— [1490] 
Itedinond, Bon of John, son of the EarP, died in the 
beginning of this year. — The vicar of Leth-rath, namelj, 
Matthew Mag Conaing and the canon Mag Tighemain 
of the coUege^ of Druim-lethan and Aedh, son of the 
bishop Mag Bradaigh*, namely, a young Friar Minor — 
the three died at the end of 7 day8 of Spring. — TJa Caiside 
of Ouil, namely, chief physician of Fir-Manach, to wit> 
Conla, Bon of Cormac, son of Ruaidhri, son of Tadhg Mor, 
Bon of Gílla-na-naingel, died the 14th day of the Spring 
of this year. — Eogan Carrach, son of Concobur Mac 
Maghnusa, died. — The DiUon, namely, Edmond, son of 
Thomas, son of Bichard, died [a peaceful] death about 
Michaelmas. — ^Toirdelbach, son of Toirdelbach XJa BuighiU, 
namely, tanist of Muintir-BuighiU, was killed by a fall, 
in racing upon the ridge of Murbach, on Ash- Wednesda^*^ 
of this year. — Xathleen, daughter'of Brian, son of Con- 
cobur Mag TJidhir junior, wif e of Thomas, son of Concobur 
Muc Maghnusa, died on the 12th of the Ealends of 
April [March 21]. — XJa Concobuir of Connacht, namely, 
Feidhlimidh the Fair, son of Tadhg, son of Toirdelbach 
the Bed, son of Aedh, son of Feidhlimidh, son of Aedh, 
6on of Eogan XJa Concobair, died in the Spring of this 
year. — ^Fergus Fa hEogain, son of Owen, son of Matthew, 
namely, the Oreat Master, son of Concobur, namely, 
the Archdeacon — to wit, a man that was an anchorite in 
Inis-cain at the end^ [was] this Fergus— died this year 



P. II. The correspondingplaoein 
the Bk. of Ar., 12a, has : senodom 
episcoponim [inTenienint]). 

* Mac B, — ^Two Mac Bradje were 
biflhopB of Kilmore in the 15th 
centorj, Andsew (ob. 1456, 'Ware, 
228) and Thomas (1489-1611, ib. 
229). The second is plainlj in- 
tended. 



^Ash'Wtd, — Feb. 24 (IX. 0). 
The daj is probablj noted in cen- 
sure. For Murbach, fiee [1342], 
n. 12. 

*At the en(f.— Meaning that ho 
had a core of aools preTÍonslj. He 
was, it aeems L'lcelj, the predeces- 
8or of Maguire, the Oompiler, in 
the Ticarage of Inisheen. 



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ipefi T)o bi 1 n-a angcaipe pa T>©fiG'6 a n-1nif-caíi1 an 
petisur hirin — D^hes in blia'bain fi a n-lD OCpfiilif'. — 
Ruai'Diii, mac phibp, mic Con-ConnafiT:' THes tli'6ifi, 
vo mafiba* W belraine' la cloin'o biiiain, mic Con- 
cubuijx 01CC XWe^ tli'&i|i 7'' la flict; Concubuiii aif£ena.* — 
ÍTlaf^es, injen c-8emaif, mic íTlic balfonT:, i-oon» 
bean Comaif, mic ^aifne Ui Ragallig, vo mafba5> 
quafTO' Nonaf TTlaii' le mac Comaif pefin: i'oon, ben 

A i04b bui 1 n-a lesni'B illa'oin 7 1 m-befla 7 1 n-J^i'&ilc. — | 
hlla Caía[i]n, i'oon, 8eaan, mac' OCiBne, mic "Oiafimaca 
hUi Ca€ain', vo aifiran la luing Txnnic a hOClpain, no a 
hlnbef-CCifi, am-mi lúin ifin bliafiain fi. — OeT), mac 
TTloilmofi'Da, mic 8eain hlli Tlagallig, 'oo gabail la 
clainn 5'-<í'r^'i®> ^^c Concobuifi hlli Tla§alli§, lafi 
n-ofcain baile TJomaif, mic 5^aifni leif. — 8emuf occ 
8aBaif 'oo mapba'S in*' bliabain fi** la clainn in c-8en- 

B94b efcail T>8a|baif a piulL — Ccqfrel eDain-T)aubcaiff5i, 
iT)on, cafcel Neill, mic Cuinn, mic' OeT)a bui'fee', vo 
gaBail 7 T)o bfiife^ la pe[i]'5lim[i'5], mac mic hUi Weill 
bui'fee (inWoin^ THai^). — 'Pe[i'5]Limi'5, mac Tlu§fiui'5e, 
mic' 8einicin' TTlic UiBilin, vo mafiba'^ inT)-Oenrfiuiíia 
la clainn bfiiain, mic OeDa bui-^e. — Colla, mac Tlug- 
f ui^^e^ mic' CCfiT)i5ail' TTles TTlaégamna, vo mafiba5 la 
fli£T: 00^-11105, mic "Neill moifi' [U]í Meill', in' c-oen- 
moT) lCalainn ^505 T)o'n mí luin 7 in 8a€afinn afi ai 
lai€i feccmuine^ — eT)!5a|XT), mac' "Nicolaif, mic Cfiif- 
roifi' piuinsceT), vo ^abaiL 7 t)o cfeaca'5 inMoin" 1uin°La 
cLainn CauaiL, mic Bo^ain, mic' 8eaain' Ui Ra§aLLi§. — 
'Ca-S^, mac CoifiT)eLbai|, mic' piLip' TTles Ui'5if, vo 
fcaéa'5® L'a BfaiéfiB fof^n in bLia^ain fi, a'' pfiiT) 1t) 
luin*'. — Cfie6a* mofia in bLia'5ain fi La pe[iJ'5Lim[i'5], mac 

H90. «-é, A. 7 xiaú', A. « |^., B. J-J after the geoond tli'WTX (with 
7 aiiaile, ad.), B. k*=140SJi. 

^ Son. — No donbt, hj another wiíe. 



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on the Ides [13tíi] of April.— Ruaidhri, son of Phflip, [H90i 
son of Cu-Connacht Mag Uidhir, was slain on May Day 
hy the sons of Brian, son of Concohur Mag Uidhir junior 
and hy [other] descendents of Concohur also. — ^Margaret, 
daughter of James, son of Mac Balront, namely, wife of 
Thomas, son of Glaisne Ua Eaighilligh, to wit, a woman 
that was leamed in Latin and in En^ish and ín Irish, 
was slain on the 4th of the Nones [4th] of May, hy the 
son'^ of Thomas himself. — Ua Catha[i]n, namely, John, 
son of Aihne, son of Diarmait Ua Cathain, was taken hy a 
ship that came f rom Scotland, namely,® from Inverary, in 
the month of June in this year. — Oed, son of Moilmorda, 
son of John Ua Baighilligh, was taken hy the sons of 
Olaisne, son of Concohur Ua Baighilligh, after the 
plundering of the town of Thomas, son of Glaisne, by 
him. — James Savage junior was slain this year hy the 
sons of the Seneschal Savage in treachery. — ^The castle of 
Edan-duhcairgi^, namely, the castle of I^iall, son of Conn. 
son of Aedh the Tawny, was taken and broken (on tlie 
Nones [7th] of May) by Feidhlimidh, grandson of [Aedh] 
Ua NeiU the Tawny. — ^Feidhlimidh, son of Rughraidhe, 
ron of JeDkin Mac Uibhilin, was slain in Oentruim by 
the sons of Brian, son of Aedh the Tawny.^Colla, son 
of Bughraidhe, son of Ardgal Mag Mathgamna, was slain 
by the descendants of Cu-Uladh, son of Niall Mor Ua 
NeiU, on the llth of the Ralends of the month of June 
[May 22], Saturday [being] the week-day. — Edward, son 
of NicholaSj'son of Christopher Plunket, was taken and 
plundered on the Nones [5th] of June by the sons of 
Cathal, son of Eogan, son of John Ua Raghalligh. — 
Tadhg, son of Toirdelbach, son of Philip Mag Uidhir, 
was maimed by his own kinsmen this year, on the 2nd of 
the Ides [12th] of June. — Ghreat raids [were made] this 

8 Jíamfy, Ut., or. \ ^ iWtm^.— See 1470, n. U. 



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niic Ui Neill bui'be, cqfi clcnnn Cuinn, mic OeT>a bui'Se 
7 Soppoi'b hlla ÍTloilcfioibe vo ThafiBaft leif ann". — 
Clann T)oiinícn'&, mic' Oe*a' íTles Ui'&iti, vo oíicuin an® 
blia^ain [fi] safi |iia WoDlais' la mac tl[i] T)omnailU 
iT)on, la hOe'5 n-occ^ mac Oe^Ba jfiuai'o, mic' Neillsaiiib'. 
A i04o Ocuf an ctxeafi vo bpeié laif 'oocum CC€a-8enai§ | 7 a 
ma|ibcr5 ann T)a|\cní, iwn, cccc. ba Ocuf bafiTH) an 
carceoil, iT>on', cLann Oe*o Saltoa [tl]i T)omnailL' 
cqi TxxbaijfiT/ in cafxeoil T)*CCe'& va im'Seoin [U]i 'Oom- 
naill (iT)onS ffe'5* fiucrb^). — hlla *Oalai| bfiepne (iT)on^ 
Seacm, mac Uilliam, mic OCe*a*^) t)o' eCcnlTf, fcn hi m- 
bai|iT)ne, caicíisef'' fiia Samcnn 11^ T;-fainj[ie€".— ben hlli 
Ruaifc, iT)on, Tlloti, in^en eogcnn hlli'Neill, t)0 mafiba'6 a 
pll T)o ce€ef nac Wa muinnciii pefin, iT)on', mac Caccnl 
[tl]i CCiiT)lamaig' 7 fe pein vo lofccr5 lafum. — ^hUa 
Neilt 7 htlaT)omnaitt a n-T)ib fcofcnb fofi ene€ afaiLe'® 
o Shcníifuin co NoT^Lcng: iT)on, hUa Neitt n^n Ccnffcín 
7 hUa T)omnaitt a n-T)|iuim-bo 7 cin fi€, cin 0fa6, cin 
coga^ T)o T)enam T)oib, acc muf fin. — hUa ^«ipmte^cn* 
T)o he^ in bticr5ain fi^: ívoíí, ííluifcefTxic, mac' enfi, 
mic Concobuifi hUi J^fmtegcn*, rjajieifi Scníina'. — 
ÍTlac TTI1C *Oomnaitt na hCCtpan (iT)on*, OCensuf^), iT)an, 
ne€ T)'á n-gcnfíi an riisefna CCacc, t)o mcq[ibcr5 a 
ptt te pefi-ceT) ejienT^ac, iT)on, *Oicq[imcnT; hUa Caifpjfii. 
Ocuf" a n-1nbef-nif vo maj[ibcr5 he*. 

]CaL1an. fojfi Scrcafnn, [L'xum.*,] CCnno T)omini TTl." 
cccc.** acc. 1. Cosan, mac TTluif\cej[XTOi§, mic' Bogain, mic 

li90. •.w[(g.), B. w-i, A. »»=1383»^»>(om., C). ™ htli 'Oalais, 
ad., B(notC). »*»after l)|\epne, B. 
1491. •* = 1490«*, 



* KiUed,^B.tmng raided against 
hia father's wUl and being shat 
ap in Balljshannon castle, the 
alternative waa to aet the cattle 
íree. 



^ CbtTtfín. — Little roch; Oam 
gana, on the Donegal bank of the 
Foyle, 3 milea S. of Ihíaj. 

^ Druim'ho.^Ridgt o/ ^the cow ; 
Dnunboe, on the Finn, a little 8. 



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351 



year by Feidhlimídh, grandson of [Aedh] XJa Neill the [1490] 
Tawny, on the sons of Conn, son of Aedh the Tawny and 
Gtodivej IJa Moilcroibe was slain by him there. — The 
sonB of Donchadh, son of Aedh Mag UidhÍTi were 
plondered this year, shortly before Christmas, by the 
son of XJa Domnaill, namely, by Aedh junior, eon of Aedh 
the Red, son of Niall the Eough. And the prey was 
carried by him to Ath-Senaigh and killed® there straight- 
way, namely, 400 cows. And the warders of the castle, 
namely, the sons of Aed Ua DomnaiU the Foreign, gave 
the castle to Aedh, in despite of Ua DomnaUl (namely, 
Aedh the Red). — Ua Dalaigh of Breifne (namely, John, 
son of William, son of Aedh), professor in bardism, died a 
fortnight before November Day [Mon., Oct. 18] precÍ8ely. 
— The wife of Ua Ruairc, namely, Mor, daughter of Eogan 
Ua Neill, was slain in treachery by a kem of her own 
people, namely, the son of Cathal Ua Ardlamaigh and him- 
self was burned af terwards. — ^Ua Neill and Ua Donmaill 
[were] in two camps in face of each other from November 
Day to Ohristmas : to wit, Ua Neill in the Caircin^® and 
Ua DomnaiU in Druim-bo^^, without peace, without truce, 
withont war being made between them, but like that. — 
Ua Gairmleghaidh, namely, Muircertach, son oí Henry, 
8on of Concobur Ua Guirmleghaidh, died this year after 
November Day. — The son of Mac DomnaiU of Scotland 
(that is, Aengus), namely, one who was caUed the lord 
Aag, was slain in treachery by an Irish harper, namely, 
Diarmait Ua Cairpri And in Invemess he was slain. 

Ealends of Jan. on Saturday, [18th of the moon], A.d. [1491] 
1491. Eogan, son of Muircertach, son of Eogan, son of 
NiaU Ua NeiU junior, died this year^ between Ohristmas 



oí Stranorlar, 00. Don. The op- 
ponents weie thus 9 miles apart ; 
bat, liad O^NeiIl moved into Tyr. 
connell from the S., 0*DonneU 
wonld have raided Tsrrooe from the 



N., and Tice versa. Ndtherwanted 
to fíght. 

1491. 1 Thi8 yearf etc — Deoisive 
indication oí tiie A.D. not oom- 
mencing with Jan. 1. 



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Neill 015' hlli NeilL, T)'he5 ^^ blicrSaiíi fi** eT:eti Not)- 
laic 7 tíeil Tn-bfiigDi^ — 8eaan, mac Uuai'Bíii caic ÍHes 
Ui'Biíi, '00 he^ safv** lafi Not^laic^ — hUa** Caéain, i'oon, 
Seaan, mac OCiBne, mic TDiapniaTO hlli Carain, 'oo 

A I04d lesen af a laim'oectjf an blia'Bain fi | 7 a coefiaijecu 
vo bein "oo clainn ÍHccsntifa hUi Caécnn taif fuil vo 
pz\\í nec 'o'a €ífi pein a legen^ — TTIuiíiceíiTOc, mac 
CCifir, mic' eogain' hlli Neill, 'o'heg in** blicr5ain fi 1 
n-'oefie'B inT) efitiaifi^ — pei'olimi'B, mac OeDa, mic' 
eoRain [Ují' Neill, "oo mafibcrB la bpian, mac Remainn', 
mic flu|íiui'5e ÍHes ÍHaésamna, rafieifi** peli bpen- 
ainn°^ Ocufmac aile OCeDa^ i'oon, OCfir; hUa^NeilC, 
•00 'oenam cfieifii a 'CeallaC-n^eluccain inT)* oi'Bci 
cet^na 1 'n-a T)i|ail. Ocuf t)o loifce'B 7 t)o maf ba'B T)aine 
ann beof*. — bfiian, mac ÍHes tla|naill, iT)on', mac 
rai'Bs, mic CccÉail nie5 RalnailV, vo mafbcrB a pU 
la'CcrBg, mac Concobuifi mes Uasnaill 7 UcBaniac 
mail[-8h]eclainn meg Hagnaill 7 caifcel clocinni' 
Cai'Bs me^ Ragnaill' (iT)on*, caif^l tia€-T)fioma*) vo 
buain T)iB' fOfv' in la€aifi fin' T)o'n muinnnfi cecna — 
8ile', in^en 'Coififi'BeLbaií [U]i tla§alli|, ben ^laifne, 
mic' Uemainn' meg moégamna, 'o'hes fioim** peil 

B 940 Cfxof^ — I Ccrcal, mac mail[-8h]eclainn, mic Caécnl 
me^ HagnaiU, t)0 mafibcrB *fa caifn:el cei^na (iT)on'*, 
caifcel* Liau-T)fioma'*), iT)on, le mac» ele 'Coci'Bs mes 
UccgnaiU 7 le mac mic T)iafimcnca fiuai'5 7 le ComaÍTxxc, 
mac 'Comalcail' mic' TDiafimcnca. Ocuf an cafxel* 
pefin^ T)0 aifiran T)Oib a pagmufi na blia'Sna fa"" 7 

1491. iCC(y6a,A. «an,A. ^-p, A *.|^;B. »»-«»om., B. «brn^oi 
was the orgnl. rdng., but dote were plod. beneath. «>-* 7 loifcée^ 7 
mwfibta—and buminga and slai/ings—ig.'p.) after qfieide (with pn— /Aaí— 
after -Diajail), B. •^^ 1392 \ * The order in B is : Ckieal— «ile (the 
latter entry being thus on 94o). íhOibep.'o — Bíibert — (with dots below) 
after mac, A. = ^*». 

> (7fl/)íwt/y.— See the Ua Cathain | • Spring.-'S&e 1490, n. 1. 
(I4th) item of 1490. | « Feast.^-Qee 1892, n. 2. 



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ANNALS OF ULSTER. 353 

and tbe feast of Brigit.— John, son of Henrjr Blind[-eye] Li^oi] 
Mag XJidhir, died shortly after Chriatmas. — TJa Cathain, 
namely, John, son of Aibne, son of Diarmait TJa Catbain, 
was let out from bis captivit^^ this year and bis cattle 
were rescued from the sons of Maghnus TJa Cathain by 
bim before any one of bis own country knew of his 
liberation. — Muircertacb, son of Art, son of Eogan TJa 
Neill, died this year at the end of Spring*. — Feidhlimidh, 
8on of Aedh, son of Eogan TJa NeiU, was slain by Brian, son 
of Eedmond, son of Bugbraidhe Mag Mathgamua, after 
the feasfc of Brenann*. And another son of Aedh, namely, 
Art TJa NeiU, made a raid in Tellacb-G^lucaín the same 
nigbt, in revenge of tbat and people were burned and 
slain there also. — Brian, son of Mag Haghnaill, namely, 
son of Tadhg, son of Catbal Mag RaghnaiU, was slain in 
treacherjr by Tadhg, son of Concobur Mag Ragbnaill and 
by two sons of Mael[-Sb]echlainii Mag RaghnaiU and tbe 
castle of tbe sons of Tadhg Mag RaghnaiU (namely, tbe 
castle of Liath-druim^) was taken from tbem in tbat place 
by tbe same people. — Julia, daughter of Toirdelbacb TJa 
RaigbUUgh, wife of Glaisne, son of Eedmond Mag Matb- 
gamna, died before the feast of [Holy] Cross. — Cathal, 
Bon of Mael[-Sh]echlainn, son of Cathal Mag RaghnaUl, 
was slain in tbe same castle (namely, the castle of Liath- 
druim), that is, by another son of Tadhg Mag RaghnaiU 
and by the son of Mac Diarmata the Red and by Tomal- 
tacb, son of Tomaltach Mac Diarmata. And tbe castle 
itseU was taken by tbem in Harvest of this year and 
Eogan, son of Tigheman, son of Tadhg, son of Tighernan 
TTa Ruairc, regained the same castle in the same Harvest, 
[halfp for purchase and balf by force. — Aedb, son of Irial 



^Liath-d. — Orey ridge; Leitrim 
Yillage, in Lei. bar. and oo. 

* Hal/,—Thai is, when the siege 



had oontinued Bome time, the gar- 
rÍBon was corrapted. 



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eogan', mac T^ilqinain, mic' T^xi'S^, mic 'Cilepnoin [tl]í 
Ruait^c, T)o bein an caifTOil ce^na amui| ifin po^mufi 
ce'Bna aji cenT)ac 7 "oo leé e^^en. — CCo5, mac 1íiia[i]L hUi 
Pefi§aiL, T)o t^ia^a'fe L'a T)if T^efibbfiaiafi pepn, iT)on, 
Utjgpai'Se, 7 5^Lla-na-naeni, ifinT)^ Gixiiac^ — Coca'D 
anCaiL et^efi hUa íleiLL, iT)on, Conn, mac Bnfii 7 hUa 
n-TDomnaiLL, iT)on, CCe'5 (luaB, mac' íleiLL gaifí' 7 a 
A lOfia n-DuL apoen | a pogmuti na' bLia^na ]hi^ T)0 LuagaiLL a 
n-a^ai'B a ceiLe co reac lapLa CiLLe-T^afia — ^neoc vo bi 1 
n-a lufcif a n-Cpinn an Txxn fo — 7 a ze^z af gan fié, 
gan offob afi^ a foib gf eim^ — bfiian, mac OCe'Ba^aLLT^a, 
mic' NeiLL' hUi "PomnaiLL, t)0 mafba'5 a[i in 00506 fin 
Le hSnfi, mac' Gnfi' hUi WeiLL Ocuf^ T)0 coimoT) an 
pe|v ceT;na fin, iT)on, Onfi, an z\\í co maié an pro t)0 bi 
hUa MeiLL a ci| ^haLL^ — eacrhiLeD, mac ÍHhes CCen|ufa, 
iT)on', mac 0Ce'5a, mic OCifr ÍHhe^ OCen|ufa', vo mafiba* 
1 n-a Ci| pein af ^f eif* oi'Bce^ vá!* La 7 feccmuin pe 
Samain^ Le cLoinn ITl aiL[-8h]ecLoinn, mic' íTluifcep- 
raig', mic** eogain^ hUi NeiLL — pLiuc •fioínenn mofi a 
Samtux'B na bLia^na fa^ uiLe T)'uf ríiofi** 7 a LeiéeiT) ceT;na 
1* po^mufi na bLiobna ceima, co na6 pfiié inncfamaiU 
vo^ moT) na T)oíninn fi**o •5o*' pef an T)iLe pofi an T)oman, 
innuf gUfi'TÍieaé afibufi Cfienn uiLe, aícmaT) bec 7 co 
haipi'Bi a pefiaib-ÍHanaí. — ^bean an T)aLauunai§, iT)on, 
bean Tomaif, mic' Cmuinn, mic mic piafiaif ' TDaLocun, 
T)'im€ecT; Le mac hUi tnheacaifi an' bLia5ain' fi\ — hUa 
HaigiLLig T)'he5 an bLia'feain fi,iT)on, 8eaan, mac' Tk)ifiji- 
'fieaLbaig, mic Seaain' hUi RaiéiLLig, iT)on, macaííi Ó5 
oififiT)efc, a rúf a fiaua 7 a a'6Luca5 a ÍHainifcifi an 
CaBain 25 v\e menfif ílouembfiif,iT)on\ La peiLi Caic- 

1491. »-i,A. «a, B. «sTvetUcig^B. J a hi- (poss.), B. kT)*a,B. 



'-ffaW. — Gerald. Cf. Ficero^i, 
p. 439sq. 
' TiPo^~iceek, — ^This unuaaal ex- 



pression Í8 apparentlj a renderíng 
oí nomaidé (novena), a word naed 
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XJa Ferghail, was executed in the Harvest by his own two [I4»l] 
brothers, namelj, Bughraidhe and Gilla-na-naem. — Very 
great war between XJa Neill, namely, Conn, son of Henry 
and Fa Domnaill, namely, Aedh the Eed, son of Niall 
the Sough and both went, in the Harvest of this year, to 
plead against each other to the house of the EarF of 
Eldare — ^the one that was the Ju8ticiary in Ireland this 
time — and they came from it without peace, without 
truce that was reliable. — Brian, son of Aedh the Foreign, 
8on of Niall tJa Domnaill, was slain on that war by 
Henry, son of Henry TJa Neill. And that same man, 
namely, Henry, kept the country well, the while IJa Ifeill 
was in the house of the Foreignera — Echmiledh, son of 
Mag Aenghusa, was slain in his own house, on a night 
incursion, two dajs and a week^ before November Day, 
by the sons of Mael[-Sh]echlainn, son of Muircertach, 
son of Eogan TJa NeilL — Great inclemency of wetness 
during the greater part of the Summer of this year and 
the self same in Harvest of the same year, so that likeness 
to the extent of the inclemency was not found since the 
Deluge poured upon the world, so that the com of all 
Ireland, save a little, failed and particularly in Fir- 
Manach. — The wife of Dalton, namely, wife of Thomas, 
son of Edmund, grandson of Piers Daltou, went off with 
the son of Ua Mechair this year. — XJa Raighilligh, 
namely, John, son of Toirdelbach, son of John Ua 
Baighilligh, to wit, a distinguished youth, died this year 
in the beginning^ of his felicity and was buried in the 
mona8tery of Cavan, the 25th day of the month of 
November, namely, the feast day of Catherine. And 
John, son of Cathal» son of Eogan Ua Raighilligh, was 
made Ua RaighiUigh. Cathal, son of Toirdelbach Ua 
Raighilligli, drew the Earl of Xildare on that Ua 

* Beginning.'^'Seaaelj, jost after being made ohief. 

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356 itunccloc tiLoroti. 

fieCpna^ Ocuf hUa Tlai§illi| t>o •Benum th) Sheaan, 
mac Caíail, mic' Bo^ain hlli Rai§illi|'. — Caéar, mac 
Toifi'oelbaiS hUi Ra^allig, "oo rafifiaing lafila Cilli- 
'oafia afi Uaéalli^ n-óc fin 7 ap a bíiaiéfiií 7 'oi^bail 
at^bam) 7 fppei'be "oo 'oenam lepn fluag n-^ctl-l wn 
cifi. Ocuf mac ÍHic balfionTO "oo gabail la cloinn 
Carail um an r-flua§ n-^all 7 -oiaf maiicac aile vo 
b<3rBa5 impa 7 mac Cmainn, mic 'Comaif, mic pei'5lim- 
[ze\ hUi Uaigillif, •oo mafibcrS lefin flua§, i'oon, . .* — 
Cfieca mopa an blia5cnn fi le 8emuf,mac "Comaif lafla, 
afi cloinn n-^lcifne, mic Concobuifi hUi Rai^lli§. — 
5oe€ a'obalmofi an blioBain fi afi lo co n-oi'oci na 
peili a n-'oiai'5 NoDla[i]c^ — Comofiba 7 ceuv fine "00 
'oenaiíi in'^ blia^ain' fi^ safv bec fiia íloDlaic, vo 
Uuai'Ofii, mac T)iafimaT)a, mic' ÍHaficaif TTle^ [C]f aii. — 
CCe^ 7 íluai'5fi, va mac TDomnailL, mic Oe-^a oic, mic' 
Cíeiha, mic Tlagnaill, mic T)onncai'5 alainn' TTlec Cpaié, 
T)'he5 in blio^ain fi^ — Tnaufica'5, mac eojain TTlec 
Cfair, D'he^. — hanfii, mac ílobepT), mic' 8emuif' T)il- 
main, vo mafiba'^ a aéafi peifin, iT)on, íloibepT), vo 
Ai06b efcuf T)o fcin® 7 fe pein t)0 afcnam T)ocum | na Tloiíia 
B94d 1 fl-ci •5iai'5 fin. — | Zav^ hUa 8i|viT)en vo heg fa** 
peil ina Cfoce 'fan popnuf^ iT)on, cefT) T)ob*® fepfi il- 
tei€ CuinT) in' can fin'. — TnoiL[-8hJeclainn, mac 
UiLLiam, mic' CCe'5a, mic bfiain' hUi CeLLaig, t>o 
oifiinn a peLL La T^a'^g, mac n-T)onncai'5 hUi CeLLai§, 
iT)on, pfvioifi 'Cip 6oin 7 fe af n-a bfieií cuip ap 
f uipecc pLeiT>e. Ocuf^ a T)iaf T>efibcomaLca'5 t)0 gaCaiL 
pafiff, iT>on, T>a mac rai-^^ caic hUi TTIainoín, iT)on, 
CCe'5 7 Seaaan 7 a OTifibefiT: T>ia mafiba5 vo fLicc 

U91. 'cm, B. 'fs-, B. »|\o-, B. » half a line eraaed, A. 



*o T^owíw.— Earl of Eildare ; ob. 1 " Set—liome,—To expiate the 
1477. I parríoide hj pilgrimage. 



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Ilaighilligh junior and on his kinsmen and destruction of 
crops and chattel was done by the host of the Foreigners 
to the countrv. And the son of Mac Balronta was taken 
by the sons of Cathal from the host of the Foreigners 
and two other horsemen from them were drowned and 
the son of Edmond, son of Thomas, son of Feidhlimidh 
TJa RaighiUigh, namely, . . , was slain by the host. — 
Great raids [were made] this year by Jamea, son 
of Earl Thomas^^ on the sons of Glaisne, son of Con- 
cobur TJa Raighilligh. — Exceedingly great wind this 
year on the day and night of the f east [next] after Christ- 
msLS — Ruaidhri, son of Diarmaid, son of Mark Mag 
Craith, was made coarb and tribe-head this year a short 
time before Christmae. — Aedh and Ruaidhri, two sons 
of Domnall, son of Aedh junior, son of Aedh, son of 
Raghnall, son of Donchadh Mac Craith the Comely, died 
this year. — ^Murchadh, son of Eogan Mac Craith, died. — 
Henry, son of Hubert, son of James Dillon, slew his own 
father, namely, Hubert, with thrust of knife and he 
himself set out for Rome^^ after that. — Tadhg Fa Siriden, 
namely, the wright that was best in the Half of Conn 
that time, died about the feast of the Cross in Harvest. — 
Mail[-Sh]echlainn, son of William, son of Aedh, son of 
Brian XJa Cellaigh, was taken in treachery by Tadhg, 
son of Donchadh XJa Cellaigh. namely, prior of the 
Honse of [St.] John^^ and he had been brought to him on 
invitation to a banquet. And his two foster-brothers, 
namely, two sons of Tadhg Blind[-eye] TJa Mainnin, 
that is, Aedh and John, were taken with him and delivered 
to be slain to the descendants of Maghnus XJa Cellaigh 



[1491] 



w ^otííe— /oA/i.— To allappear- 
anoe, the O^nvent of St. John the 
BaptÍBt of Annaghdown (oo. Gal.), 
which receWed letters oí proteotion 



from Henry III. (Aug. 19, 1262. 
2). /., It. 79). 

The entrj is partiallj and Yery in- 
correctl^ givenb^the F, Jf. at 1490. 



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magnufa caim hUi Cellai|. Ocuf a 'oeíiíbíiaéaifi 
^in, iT)Ofi, biiian 7 fnuinncefi-imainnin th) raBac 
Tílail[-8h]eclainn va]\ eipn 7 aji puafluccu'5\ 

[b. lCL lenaifi pofi T)oninuc an blia'feain fi^ L axK.ioc^]. 

Ocuf blia^ain bifex hí. CCnno TDomini ÍTI." cccc.** xc* 
11.*. Coca^ aT)balniof in blia'bain fi** \ze\i hUa Hai^iUié 
oc[c], iT)on, Seaan, mac Ccrcail, mic' Bo^ain' 7 Ccrcal, mac 
'CoiffBelbaié, nnc" 8eaain, mic eo^ain*' hlli Tlai§ilLi§. 
Cpeca mofia lafin Caéal fin fOf hUa^ n-gabann (iT)on', 
8ef [f ]f ai'B**) 7 ^^bann f ef in T)ia lenmain 7 a eg fuil 
T)0 impo. — Offa'fe irep Meill (iT)on*, Conn') 7 
n-TDomnaiU (i'oon', OCe'5 f ua'B*) co belijaine. — 'Comap'* 
mac Seaain, mic T^oiffiT)elbai5 hUi Rai§iUi§, T^'he^ in 
bliffBain f 1, xii. anno fue erocif*'. — baf un 8laine, iT)on, 
xn^ef na mof tdo piemannacaiB, T^'he^ an' blia^ain fi* 
(20' T)ie menfif THafcn') vo'u plai'B aUaif neo£ ixinic 
co nua i^nT)-6Tiinn in ran fin, iT)on, 8emuf piemenu — 
CuiT) T)o cfa[i]nT) na Cfoice* Naim T)'fa§ail ifin Tloim 
aT)laic€i a ralmain in* blia'oain fi* : iT)on, in claf boi 
of cinT) Cfifr: 1 n-a m-bai fCf ipca a n-aimfip na paifi : 

ihe8U8 í^cczaRe^ius, Tiex iuT)eoHUTn. ocuf 

afi n-a fa§ail fcfijiéa ifin ina'B cet^nai guf 'b'í eiena, 
maraif Confcan^in Impifi, t)o fagaib a folac annpn 
in* claf fin. — Conn, mac OCifc, mic Cuinn hUi Con- 
cobuifi, T)o mafba'B la muinnznf lafla CiUi-T^ajia afi 
fon Ufcaifi cuaiUi cuc fe af fujfia'B aji in lafla. — 
CenT) in[n]a fleigi leVloiT: Lon^inuf raeB Cfifc vo 

1492. iO,A. *aT)-, B. »-i, A. <cm,A, »0111., B (not C). »>no 
bl., A, B, 0. <:^oin., B. d-d= 1883^^ •^ = 1392 »>. "1403 W. 



1' By force^ ííc— That is, leet hifl 
custodians shonld slaj the priaoner, 
rather than allow him be rescued, 
Brían and the O'Mannins though 
Buperíor in number, agreed to pay 
aransom. 



1492. ^ Baron. — James Fleming. 
He adhered to Simnel, but took 
the oath of aUeg^iance to Hen. VII. 
in Dublin, July 21, 1488 {Edgt' 
cott*b*a Voyage to /reland: Harris, 
Hibemica^ 73). 



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the Stooped. And his own brother, namelj, Brían and i^oi] 
the Muinter-Mainnin rescued Maíl[-Sh]echlainn by force 
and for ransom^* 

Xalends of Jan. bn Snndajr this year [29th of the [U92B.] 
moon]. And it [was] a Bissextile year. a.d. 1492. Ex- 
ceeding great war this year between XJa RaighiUigh 
junior, namely, John, son of Cathal, son of Eogan and 
Gathal, son of Toirdelbach, son of Johni son of Eogan TJa 
Raighilligh. (Jreat raids [were made] by that Cathal 
upon TJa Qabann (namely, Geo£Erey) and TJa Gabann 
pursued him and died before he returned. — Truce be- 
tween O'Neill (namely, Conn), and O'DomnaiU (namely, 
Aedh the Red) to May Day. — ^Thomas, son of John, son 
of Toirdelbach TJa Raighilligh, died this year, in the 
12th year of his age. — The baron of Slane, that is, James 
Fleming^, namely, a great lord of the Flemings, died 
this year (the 20th day of the month of March) of the 
plague of sweating^ that came recently into Ireland that 
time. — Part of the wood of the Holy Cross was found 
this year in Rome buried^ in the ground ; namely, the 
board that was over the head of Christ, on which was 
written at the time of His Passion : Jesus the Nazarene^ 
King of the Jews. And it was found written in the 
same place that it was Helena, mother of Emperor Con- 
stantine, that left that board hidden there. — Conn, son of 
Art, son of Conn Ua Concobuir, was slain by the people* 
of the Earl of Eldare on account of a stroke of a pole he 
gave the Earl in playing. — The head of the spear with 



> Pto^.— The F, M. entry Btates 
it was of 24 hours' doration (L e. 
was generaUj fatal within tbat 
time) and did not attack infants 
and little cbildzen. See the reff. 
in Lingard {JS. E, iv. 129) and the 
bishop of Bajonne'B pithj desorip- 



tion (ib. 249). 

^Bwritd.^t Í8 said in a vault 
of the church of Santa Crooe in 
GernBalemme. 

♦PecpZe, — Who took Conn to 
have acted in eamest. 



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360 ccMMccLa: ularoti 

cufi 'ooctJTn íia Ronia an blia5ain fi vo njefina na 
AIO60 'Cuficac. — I íloibe|i'D, mac fnailfiuanaié, mic' Conco- 
baip, mic Carail i\uai'5' THes Ra^naiU, th) ifía|ibab 
in' blia'bain' fi', in 14 [sic] la •oej; t)0 íhí TTIhaiica*, hi 
Cill-8pianain hi ílluinnci|i-eolaif, le hCo^an, mac "Ci^- 
e|inain', niic 'Cai'Bs, mic d^epnain moij^' hUi Ruaipc. 
Ocuf "DO loifce'6 T:empoll an' baile cema'* an^ la fin, 
iT)on, CiLle-8pianain 7 -oo loifce'5 fé 'ouine 'Be^ ann, 
luifi fifu 7 íhna, leifin eojan cerna fin 7 mofccn 
maiíefa eile. — Cfeca" mofa an blia'Bain fi le Ca€al, 
mac Tx)if[iT)elbai§ hUi Hai^llis 7 le clainn ÍHes 
íTlaísamna (iT)on^ Tlemunn**), iT)on, ^^^f^® 7 ^í^^«^ 
7 le SiLLa-poDf aij, mac CCe'Ba 015 TDe?; TDhac^amna, 
af raffain^ Caéail hlli Raigilli^, af hUa ftai^llig, 
iT)on, af Sheaan, mac CaíaiL, nnc ©osain hUi Rai§illi§ 
7 a|v a bf ai^jiiB af óeana, a n-T)epe'5 an c-8aTÍrfta'5.* 
(A) (B) 

Cf eca nio|\a eile fa na Oogan, mac 8eaain btii'óe 
q[\af;aib ceTma fin leif hUa Tíleg TDaégamna, -00 ma|\- 
RaigilliJ afi clainn ^Laif ne bat le cloinn ^^^f^® bUi 
hUi Rai^iHig 7 mac 8eaain Raigillig. 

bui'^e TTles TDaé^amna, iT)on, eogan, vo mafbob a 
TOfcn'beacT: na cfec fin le clainn ^^aifne 7 ^^foiT), 
mac Cmoinn, mic T^omaif, mic l[íhei'5Um[íe] hUi 
Rai§iUi§, T)o ^abail af an t:opai'5ecc cerna leo.; 

TDoTÍinaU*, mac an peaffuin [U]i piaiCíT^'hesan'blia- 
'^ain fi*^. — 8eaan bui'be®, mac' eogain' TTlei^ TTlaígamna 
(i'Don*', mac eo^ain', mic'RusfaiT)e, mic OCfT^gail'), iT)on', 
cigefna T^hafrpai^i, T^'heg in blia'5ain fi, im peiL 
Tiéefnaié". — ^DomnaLl, mac hUi WeiLL, i'oon, mac Cnfi, 

1492. »in, B. «-1, B. «om., A. >»*=137»<»^. »«Plaoed Ust (with 
mojictitif efc for 'o'h^), B. Two lineB were erased after the item in ▲. 



^ Cell-8, — Srianan does not oocur | (iy. 1198) find the ohoroh in Hoin- 
in the Calandars, nor oonld O'D. | ter-£olai0 (Leitrim bar., 00. LeL). 



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which Longinus wotmded the eide of Christ was sent to [1492] 
Rome thi8 year by the lord of the Turfcs. — Hubert, son of 
Maelruanaigh, son of Concobar, son of Cathal Mag 
Raghnaill the Red, was slain this year, the 14th day of 
the month of Marob, in Cell-Srianain^ in Muinter-Eolais, 
by Eogan, son of Tighemach, son of Tadhg, son of 
Tighernan Mor TJa Ruaira And the church of the same 
place, namely, of Cell-Srianain, was burned that day and 
16 persons, both men and women and much other pro- 
perty were bumed in it by that same Eogan. — Qreat 
raids [were made] this year by Cathal, son of Toirdelbach 
IJa Raighilligh and by the sons of Mag Mathgamna 
(that is, Hedmund), namely, Glaisne and Brian and by 
GiUa-Padraig, son of Aedh Mag Mathgamna jonior, at 
instigation of Cathal T7a RaighiUigh, on Ua Eaighilligh, 
namely, on John, son of Cathal, son of Eogan TJa Eaighil- 
ligh and on his kinsmen also, in the end of Summer. 

(A) 
Other great raids [were made] about these same times 
by Ua Raighilligh on the sons of GHaisne Ua Raighilligh 
and the son of John Mag Mathgamna the Tawny, namely, 
John, was slain in pursuit of those prey8 by the sons of 
Glaísne and Garret, son of Edmond, son of Thomas, son 
of Feidhlimidh Ua BaighiUigh, was taken on the same 
pursuit by them. 

(B) 
Eogan, Bon of John Mag Mathgamna the Tawny, was 
slain by the sons of Glaisne Ua BaighiUigh. 

DonmaU, sonof the Parson Ua Fiaich, died this year. — 
John the Tawny, son of Eogan Mag Mathgamna (that 
is, Bon of Eogan, son of Bughraidhe, son of Ardgal), 
namely, lord of Dartraighe, died this year, about the 
feast of Tigheraach^ — ^DomnaU, son of Ua NeiU, namely, 

^TÍgfumach, — Of Clones, which j feast was Ap. 4. 
is in Dartry bar. (oo. Mon.}. The 



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TTiic Goigain hUi' Neill', vo ^aBail in* blia'5ain fi, im 
peil t^i^eíinaig^ Ocuf ÍHac CoÉííiail, i'oon^ Gniunn^ to 

B96a mapba'b^ 7 ^illa-paDfiais ITlac Caíjíhail 'oogaBaiUj 
'oaine eile nac aitiiniT:e|i annfo "oo ^abail 7 th) líiat^ba'S 
ann pof* le" cloin'o Remuin'o ííles ÍHhar^anina, i'oon, 
^aifne 7 bpian" Ocuf T)oninall 'oo elog a caiflen 

A lOód íTluinecain a cin'o | c-feafmiaine a n-Diai§ a gabala. — 
Conn^ mac hlli TDomnailU vo gabail leif hUa n-T)om- 
naill fein in blia'Bain fi'— Cofimac, mac TDiafmcroa' 
ITlic' T)iafmaDa 7 a mac do mafba'5 le clainn Huai'Bfi 
THic TDiafmaDa 7 bfian, mac Concobaif, mic Ruai'Bpi, 
'oo fin laiíi 'Bo 7 do 'Biécenn he. — Silla-paqfiais" ÍHac 
Caímail do U^en af a laimDeCuf 7 ÍHac Ca€mail 'oo 
•oenum 'Se a n-inaD a bf aíaf'. — bf lan, mac mic 6muinD 
THic T)omnaill 7 a mac do mafba'B le.clainn ÍHeg 
íTlaisamna 7 le clainn Sheaain bui'Be TTlheg TDhaé- 
gamna in* blia^ain fi'. — TTlac Caifpfi hlli íleilt, i'oon, 
8eaan, do ríiafba'B le clainn hlli CCnluain 7 le clainn 
TlemuinD hlli CCnluain annfa 8faDbaile, 12* jCalenDa]^ 
lulii an blia'Bain fi°. — CCfcaÍT: mofi a n-Cfinn in' blia- 
•Bain ]*i'*. — SaThfia'o cifiim an bliatain fi*; iDon, blia- 
'bain af ficiT: on c-Samfia'B ie [loime. — peiolim[i'5]% 
mac T^oiffBelBail, mic OCe'Ba hUi Neill, do majibaD a 
8ampaD na blia'Bna [faj le hBnf 1, mac bfiain (i'oon^ 
bfian na coille^), mic eo^ain hUi íleilU. — Cojfimac, 
mac OCe'oa, mic pilib' TDes Ui'Bifi, D'heg in blia'Bain fi* 
im lugnafa'B^ — Colla, mac T)onn£ai'5 TDic T)omnaill,DO 
mafba'B 1 n-a éig pein do 6aeif reine'B 7 an rea£ "oo 
lofca'B 7 T^fiuf, no ceéfafi, aile do lea^afba* ann 
Do'n caeif cema. — 5oPFí^«'é hUa Ca€a[i]n do mafboB 
an blia'Bain fi* le Ualcaf TTlac Uibilin, af TOffiains 
'Comaif hUi ChaSain. Ocuf 8eoan ^«l'l-Da, a DOíibpa- 
éaif aile^, do mafba^ ann pof : i-oon, Da mac hUi 

1402. 'oile, A. Hafter cectia of ^ ^leo tn la cecna, ad., B. 
ann, ad., B. »-«nafter the first ga6cnl, B. 



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8on of Henrj, son of Eogan XJa Neill, was taken this [1492] 
year, about the feast of Tighemach^. And Mac Cath- 
mail, namely, Edmund, was slain and GiUa-Padraig Mac 
Gatmail was taken and other persons that are not rekoned 
here were [some] taken and [some] slain there also by the 
sons of Bedmund Mag Mathgamna, namely, Glaisne and 
Brian. And Domnall escaped from the castle oi Muine- 
chan at tbe end of a week after his capture. — Conn, son 
of IJa Domnaill, was taken by TJa Domnaill himself this 
year. — Cormac, son of Diarmaid Mac Diarmada and his 
son were slain by the sons of Ruaidhri Mac Diarmada. 
And Brian, son of Concobar, son of Ruaidhri, [it was] that 
stretched hand to him and beheaded hira. — Gilla-Patraig 
Mao Cathmail was let out from his captivity^ and made 
Mac Cathmail in place of his brother. — Brian, grandson 
of Edmund Mac Domnaill and his son were slain this 
year by the sons of Mag Mathgamna and by the sons of 
John Mag Mathgamna the Tawny. — The son of Cairpre 
TJa NeiU, namely, John, was slain by the sons of Fa 
hAnluain and by the sons of Hedmund hAnluain in 
Sradbaile, on the 12th of the Xalends of July [June 20], 
this year. — Ghreat famine in Ireland this year. — A hot 
Summer this year ; to wit, a year and twenty since the 
hot Summer before. — Feidhlimidh, son of Toirdelbach, 
son of Aedh XJa NeiU, was slain in the Summer of this 
year by Henry, son of Brian (namely, Brian o f t h e 
Wood), son of Eogan TJa NeiU — Cormac, son of Aedh, 
son of Philip Mag Uidhir, died this year about Lammas. 
— CoUa, son of Donchadh Mac Domnaill, was killed in his 
own house by a bolt of fíre and the house was bumed and 
three or four others were half-killed there by the same 
bolt — Godfrey TJa Cathain was slain this year by "Walter 
Mac Uibilin, at instigation of Thomas Ua Cathain. And 

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Cdícnn, iT>on, va mac' 8heaain, mic' OCiBne, mic T)ia[i- 
ma'oa hlli Caía[ijn'. — Caicetipna, ingen 'Coifiíi'bealbaig 
THes Ui'Siíi, v'he^ in' blia'Bain [yyY. — íTlac S^lla- 
phinnein 'o'he^ in ^11^*6^1^ f i', i'oon, Tx)ipfiT)elbac, mac' 
Ofiiain, mic**' enpi** ct^Offaig. Ocuf a e^ im Chaifc na 
A i06a blia'Bna fa*.— | pei'Blimi'5 fiua'fi, mac T)onn£ai'5 TTIic 
JiUa-pnnein, 'o'he^ a" po|ríiaf na blia'Bna f a*. — Com- 
a|iba 'Cefmain-o T)abeoo[i]5 (i'oon', ma^ [C]pair'), i-oon, 
"Oiafmair, mac ÍHafcaif, mic' TTIhuifif, tííic Wícoil, 
mic OCnpiaf' fne^ [Cjfaié, 'o'heg a* n-wpecrB po^iíiaip 
na blia'fena [fa]. — OCensuf TT1ac-an-tlllTxii§, i'oon, 
bfaíaijfi TTIinufi 'oe Obfefuancia 7 feanmonraige maií, 
clutíiap, in OCprumno obnT:. — pilib, mac UiUiam, mic 
an efbuig TTleg Ui'Bif, vo mafba'5 an blia'5ain fi le 
machlli Ca€ala[i]n a m-baile Tlif wfo, mic an Rfoefe 
bheille". — lafla CiUe-'oafa "oo £ufi^ na lufnfeíca'oe 
an blioBain [fi] 7 "oo cufi bapanTOif ^í^U na TTIi^e* 
"50, afi fon na£ puaifv f e ua€a £up leif a n-a'5ai| mic 
lapla Ufi-TTIuman. Ocuf uilc mofa vo zecc vo 
^haUaiB 'he fin: i'oon, 5<^ei'5il -o'a cfeaccr5 7 'o'a 
lofca'^su coircen'o of gac aifo 1 n-a nmcelU — OCn*r- 
Oifficel hlla T)ui!5i'5í|i, i'oon, OCe'5, "o'hes an blia'^ain 
[fi]^ — 'Coiff'oelbac° baUafi^ mac hUi ChonCobaif 
phailge, i'oon, mac Cuinn, mic' an Chalbaig', 'o'he^'* an« 
blia-Bain fi, "00 |;aluf cfi n-oi'oce, aruf an 5©^ríifi'5*. — 
Tílac Conmafia, i'oon, CumeW, mac 8eaain TTlic Con- 
mafia', 'o'he^ an blia'5ain fi'' foim N0DIU15".— CCn 
Calbac, mac htli Concobaifi phailgi, i'oon, mac Caéaif , 
mic Cuin-o, mic' an Chalbaig', 'oo TÍíafba'5 le cui'o "oo 
TÍiuinncif mic lafla Ufi-TTluman, i'oon, 8hemuif, mic 
8heaain, mic** Shemaif buiciUepS i'oon^ Le TTlai§ifci|v 

1492. «6011, A. »-56, A. n ^iUa-PimTieiT), ad., B. «^aftcr i-Don, B. 
Pafter Pioilée, B, <»^ etc, C. 



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John the Foreign, his other brother, was slain there also : 
to wit, [these were] two sons of TJa Cathain, namely, two 
sons of John, son of Aibne, son of Diarmaít Ua Cathaín. 
— Cafcherine, daughter of Toirdelbach Mag XJidhir, died 
this year. — Mac GiUa-Finnein, namely, Toirdelbach, son 
of Brian, son of Henry the Scarred, died this year. And 
he died aboutEaster^ of this year. — Feidhlimidh the Red, 
eon of Donchadh Mao Gilla-Finnein, died in Harvest of 
this year. — The coarb of the Termon of [St.] Dabeog (that 
is, Mag Craith), namelv, Diarmait, son of Mark, son of 
Maurice, son of Nicholas, son of Andrew Mag Craith, 
died at end of Harvest of this year. — Aengus Mac-an- 
Ulltaigh®, namely, a Friar Minor of [Stricter] Observance 
and good, reputable preacher, died in Autumn. — PhiUp, 
son of WilUam, son of bishop^® Mag Uidhir, was slain 
this year by the son of Ua Cathalain in the town of 
Richard, son of the knight Bellew.— The Earl of Eildare 
resigned^^ the justiciate [this] year and resigned the 
protectorate of the Foreigners of Meath, because he got 
not from them to aid him against the son of the Earl 
of Ormond. And great evils came to the Foreigners 
from that: to wit, the Gaedhíl plundered them and 
bumed them generally from every point around them. — 
The Official Ua Duibhidhir, namelv, Aedh, died this year. 
— Toirdelbach the Freckled, son of Ua Concobair Faly, 
namely, son of Conn, son of the Calbach, died this year, 
of an iUness of three nights, in the beginning of Winter. 
— Mac Conmara, namely, Cumedha, son of John Mac 
Conmara, died this year before Christmas. — The Calbach, 
son of Ua Concobair Faly, namely, son of Cathair, son of 



[1492] 



wStíAop. — EoB (or Rosa) 
Magiiire(ob. 1460, M^.)> 

^ Resigned, — VftLB saperaeded. 
Of. Vicerotf», 446. The Btatementfl 
and iníeienceB of the text are hear- 



8ay. ** The mere IrÍBh writerB had 
no opportunitj of becoming ao- 
qnainted with the exaot natnre of 
these tranBactions " (O'D. iy. 
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JapT;. Octif TTlai^fcip JafiT; pein t>o |abail aji in 
lacaiíi cecna le hlapla Cille-T>apa in tljeme. — Clann 
Ai06b T^onnSait ÍWe^ Uitiii, iT)on, an ^illa T>tiC 7 | pilib 
7 mac an 5^^^^ T>tiiB, iT>on, emonn, t>o 'btil afi 
innfoi&'6 afi Seana'fi ITlic íTlasnufa 7 q\eac t>o T>enam 
T>oiÍ5 anT> 7 T>iaf f^olos neiíiuiicoiT^ec t>o iíia|iba& leo. 
8eT> ipfi compfiehenfi yum in fupefibia fua [Cf. Ps. 
Iviii. 13] ev T)oniinuf uifiTOUiT; iniquiracem eopum [Cf. 
Ps. IxxxviÍL 33]. er; uepp funx; in fugam, ac xiiii- T>e 
elecT;if ipfopum fubmepfi funx; quafi plumbum in 
aquif [Cf. Ex. xv. 10], ev T>efcenT>epunT; ficuT; lapif in 
PíiopunT>um [ib. 5]. Gt;, quia T)ominuf non efiau cum 
eif, cum infUffexepunT; hominef in ipfof, fine T>ubio 
aqua abf ofibuiT; eof, ut; aiT; Pfalmifro [Cf. Pe. cxxiii 
2, 4]. Quia mif it; T)ominuf ip am f uam, quae T>euo|iauiT; 
eof [Cf. Ex. XV. 7]. Ocuf t>o 5aba& ann 6monn, mac 
an 5^^-^^ T>ui6 7 T>iaf T>'a muinnTnfi 7 t>o beano* 
an íf eac "61 B. Ocuf a n-T>eiíieT> na blia^na f a t>o fiono* 
fo, iT>on, an 8a€aif n poim NoT^laig*. 

(tloc' crnno nainif efc Capoluf luuenif, . . . piliuf 
becani, fciliceT;, T3home, in pefrx), fciliceT;, la peil, 
bepai'fe'.) 

]Cal. lan. p. 111., [l. x*], CCnno T)omini ííl.*' cccc.°occ.'* 
111." maipspeg^ ingen ííles Ui'feip, iT)on, injen Tx)maif 
015, mic'' an '^^lla 'buib* ííles tli'5ip, iT)on, bean 
íílic 5illa-tiuai'5, iT>on', T)omnaiU', mic*' mail-T;8hec- 
lainn, mic an 5^1'1'<^ Ballai§ íTlic 5^lla-puai'5% 
T>*he5 in^ blia'bain [fi] a* n-T)iai| NoT)la[i]5^— T)omnall% 

1402. *•* 105o, t. m. (last halí of first line oat off), n., t h., A; om., B. 
1493. » cm, A. »00 bl. in MSS. ^The order in B is : hUa Meilt- 
TTlaiTVSTves. «-«om., B. 



*' Jamei, — See Vieeroy9y 443 aq. 
^Oari,—lh.y 447 sq. 
^^ Saturday,—l>QO, 22. 



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Conn, 8011 of the CalbacL, was slain by some of the people [1492] 
of the son of the Earl of Ormond, namely, of James^^, son 
of John, son of James Butler, that is, by Master Gart^. 
And Master Gart himself was taken in the same place 
by the Earl of Kildare ín Winter. — The sons of Don- 
chadh Mag TJidhir, namely, the black Gillie, 
and Philip and the son of the black Gillie, 
namely, Edmond, went on an inroad on Senadh of Mac 
Maghnusa and a foray was made by them there and two 
inofiensive farmers were slain by them. But themselves 
were taken in their pride and the Lord visited their 
iniquity. And they were tumed to flight and 14 of their 
elect suuk as lead in the waters and went down like a 
stone into the depth. And, because the Lord was not 
with them, when men arose against them, without doubt 
the water swallowed them up, as saith the Psalmist. For 
the Ijord sent his anger and it devoured them. And 
Edmond, son of the black Gillie and Iwo of his 
people were taken there and the prey was wrested from 
them. And at end of the year this was done, namely, 
the Saturday^* before Christmas. 

(This year was born Cathal junior [Mac Maghnusa, 
namely], son of [Gilla-]Beta[i]n^^, namely, of Thomas^^ 
that is, on the feast day of Beradh^^). 

Xalends of Jan. on 3rd feria, [lOih of the moon] A.D. [1493] 
1493. Margaret, daughter of Mag TJidhir, namely, 
daughter of Thomas junior, son of the black Gillie 
Mag Uidhir, that is, wife of Mac Gilla-ruaidh, namely, 
of Domnall, son of Mael[-Sh]echlainn, son of the 
freckled Gillie Mac GiUa-ruaidh, died this year 
affcer Christmas. — Domnall, son of Eogan, son of Eogan, 

" T/umoí. — ^Apparentlj, the son | ^' Beradh, — Rectef Berach (of 
of the Ck>mpiler xnentioned under | Cluain - ooiipthe, Elilbarrj, co. 
1498, tn/ro. I Ros.). Of. 1490, n. ). 



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atiMocíxc uLoroT). 



mac eo^ain, mic eo^oin, niic Weill 015 htli Neill, vo 
mafiba^ le cuit) t)o muinnr^ip CCifiT:;, mic CuinT), mic 
enfii hUi NeilU an blio^ain fi". — ^htla Weill, iT)on, Conn, 
Ai06c ^^^ ^f^^' ^^^' Cosain' htli NeiU, | T)0 mafiba* 6 lT)Uf 
B96b lcc^uafiii le n-a T)eTiCbfa€ai|i pein, iT)on, le henfii | 05, 
pelomce. Ocuv Colla, mac 8omaifile moifi íTlic T)om- 
naiU, T)0 mafba'5 afi an laíaifi ceT)na a pocaip htli 
"MeiU — Ruai'Dfii, mac bfviain, mic' Txii'ds' íílic "Oonn- 
6^1-5 7 T)aibir, mac íriailif, mic' GmainT) an íílhacaifie' 
ÍTlic 5oifT)elB, T)o iíiaíiba'5 le cloinT) htli Ba^fia bui'Be, 
iT)on, le 8eaan 7 le Cofimac 7 le ííla^nuf. — bjfiian, mac 
"MeiU 5«l'l'^cf, mic bfiiain baUai§ hlli "MeiU, tk) mapbo^ 
le bfiian, mac nriuiíicefirai§ ííles CCen^Uf a, a pogríiufi 
na bliffSna f^a", a n-T)i§ail a aéafi. — UiUiam, mac Couail 
htli phefi^ail, vo mafiba'5 le bafiun T^eal^na im* ^atfiain 
na blia5na fa*. — lafila CiUe-T)afia, iT)on, 5®T^o^'^» "^«c 
TUomaif , T)0 'bul co reaS fii| 8axan an' blia5ain' f 1* maiUe 
fie culai'^ 7 fie bfieT)acu líioifi* a n-T)iai| Satíina.— 
Ru^ai'^e, mac peitlimí^le hUi RaigiUig, T^'he^.— 
Concobofi, mac htli T)halai^ bfieipníg^T^'hes, iT)on*,mac 
«heaain hUi T)halaig*. — hlla manca[i]n, iT)on, OCe* 
f uo*, mac CCe-^a leié 7 a T)efiBbfia€aifi eile, iT)on, ZcA^ 
pnT), T)'e5 fioim Chaifc. — 'CfioiT) ecefx Cinel-pefia5ai§ 
pein a Clocafi (htIa-nT)aiTÍi{n') 7 CCe'5, mac íHic Coé- 
mail, iT)on', mac emoinT), mic bfiiain íílic Ca€maiV, t)o 
mafiba-S ann 7 bfxian, mac Tx)ififi'5ealbai§, mic CCen- 
jufa, mic' an pffi', T)o mafiba5 ann fof, iT)on*, an 
"Oomnac fioim beaUTXiine*. — íílac Conmi'^e, iT)on, 
Zah^i mac Concobaifi fiuai-^', mic ecmafcaig^, iT)on, fai 

1493. '-i'oe, B. *» -ne (g. sg. ofsb.), B. •-•ora., A. '=1383 »>* 
(with mac for htla, B). 



1493. 1 ^«ní.— See riceroj/s,US. 
^Easter.-Ap. 7 (XIII. F). 
» Son—Dwarf.—SQe [1368], n. 8. 
* Sunda^.—Ap. 28. The brawl, 



it thus appears, took plaoe witbín, 
or near, Clogher ohnroh. For 
similar disturbancee at Armagh, see 
780[-l],818[-9],892[-31,«ip., wher 



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ANNALS OP ULSTER. 369 

aon of Niall ITa Neill jtmior, was slam by some of the 11^9^^ 
people of Art, son of Conn, eon of Henry IJa Neill, this 
year. — tTa Neill, namely, Conn, son of Henry, son of 
Eogan TJa Neill, waa slain on the 6th of the Ides [8th] 
of Jannary by hii own brother, namely, by Henry jonior, 
treacheroosl^. And CoUa, son of Somairle Mor Mac 
Domnaill, was slain in the same place along with ITa 
NeilL — ^Buaidhri, son of Brian, son of Tadhg Mac Donn- 
chaidh and David, son of Meyler, son of Edmond Mac 
Gbisdelb of the Plain, were slain by the sons of TJa 
hEadhra the Tawny, namely, by John and by Cormac 
and by Maghnus. — ^Brian, son of Niall the Foreign, son 
of Brian Ua NeiU the Freckled, was slain by Brian, son 
of Muircertach Mag Aengusa, in Harvest of this year, 
in revenge of his father. — ^WiUiam, son of Cathal TJa 
FerghaU, was slain by the baron of Delvin about No- 
vember day of this year. — The Earl of £Udare, namely, 
Qerald, son of Thomas, went^ with great retinue and 
splendour to the house of the Idng of the Saxons this 
year, after November Day. — ^Bughraidhe, son of Feidh- 
limidh Ua BaighiUigh, died. — Concobar, son of the Bref- 
nian Ua Dalaigh, namely, son of John Ua Dalaigh, died. — 
Ua Manohain, namely, Aedh the Bed, son of Aedh the Qrey 
and his other brother, namely, Tadhg the Fair, díed bef ore 
Easter^. — ^A brawl between the Cenel-Feradhaigh them- 
selves in Clochar (of Ui-Daimin) and Aedh, son of Mac 
Cathmail, namely, son of Edmond, son of Brian Mao 
Cathmail, was slain there and Brian, son of Toirdelbach, 
son of Aengus, son of the DwarP, was slain there also, 
namely, the Sunday* before May Day. — Mac Conmidhe, 
namely, Tadhg, son of Concobar the Bed, son of Ech- 



Cengcig$s of the 2nd and 8rd items 
ghows that Quinquagetima of 781 
ÍB naed in ihe oii^inal aenBe of 



Pentecost. (Ci PenUeoéUe^ Qain' 
íuagetima, Stowe Miesal, 24b. 7>. 
M. L A. xxÍT. 211.) 

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370 ccMMOcla uloroti. 

pi|iT)cma 7 fíoSlaitinn[é], vo fna|iba5 in'lafioim peit 
OfienamT)', a ptific ftofa-^abiiai'fe, ag Inif-rseillmT), le 
boT)ac T)'a muinnr^ip pein, iT)on', mac hUi Cluma[i]n'. 
(Ocuf^ mac b[tl]i ClUTÍia[i]n vo cfiofa'B la . . . afi in 
la€aiii fin pein, iT>on, le 8eaan, mac piib^). — Tílac 
Uibilin, iT)on, ^^fioiT), mac RifDeiiT) íílic' Uibilin', t>o 
mafba* le . . *, mac 8einicin 6aiifiai§* íílic Uibilin' 7 
Aioed tHac Uibilin t>o "benam t>o \la\jca\i, mac Coíimoic, | 
mic'' 8einicin' íílic' Uibibn'. — Conn, mac peiT)limi* 
pnn, mic' 'Cai'65, mic Tx>i|ifi'6elbai§ fiuaifc' hUi Con- 
cobaifi 7 TUomalrac 05, mac' 'ComalTxii§' íHic T)iap- 
maT)a, t)0 mafiba^, an° Luan fie m-bealTOine*, le clainn 
Ruai'5|ii ÍÍI1C T)iafimaT>a. — ^5®^^^^ bacafi, mac 8eaain, 
mic íTlic 'Comaif, vo mafiba* le íílac íílufica'Ba. — OCe'5, 
mac T)omnaill caim, mic íílic 'Donncai'5, t)0 mafba^ 
le ^ailensaCaiB. — Caicefpma, mgen CCe^a fiuai'5 nries 
ÍTlausamna, T)o eg, iT)on, bean htli Raigittife iT>on, bean 
'CoififiT)etbai|, mic' 8heaain, mic eogam htli Raigittig' / 
afiaite*. — htla Weitt vo T)enam'T)o Onfií occ, mac' Cnfii'^ 
teif htla Ca€a[i]n 7 teif hUa TTlettam a n-a§ai* T)om- 
naitl, mic Gnfií h[tl]í Weitt, a finnfefibfiaíafi buT)em, 
T)'a n-T)efvna htla T)omnaitt T;i§efina fioime fin. — Cuncae 
Citte-T)afia 7 Ceatt-T)afia pem t)0 lofCff5 te mac lafita 
Ufi-TTluman m' btia^am fi'. — OCn c-Oppcet htla Luc- 
aifien^ iT>on, eogan, f aí cteifiig gan* uifiefbai'5*, t^o" ég 
m btia^am fi*.— Ua TTlofi'5a, iT)on, Conatt, mac T)aibi€ 
hUi TTlhofi'^a, t>o mafiba* an" btia^am fi"* pa caiften 
baite-na-mba€ta£ a Cfii6-butba£ te cuit) vo mumnrifi 
lafita Citte-T)afia, iT)on^ S®I^o^'^> ^«c 'Comaif'' 7 hUa 

1493. 'g-, on t. line, with no, v — or, <í— above,A; scnftm— co/^ B. 
w=1434«"». »»»»1. m.(wordafterlailleg.), t.h., A; om., B. ^bL left 
forname, A, B (uofc C)- ' = *^. ^ ^tJi NeiU, ad., B (notC). Second 
WeiUofhUaW. entrjom., A. 1=1476^. 

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ANNALS OP ULSTEB. 871 

marcach, to wit, an emínent poet and teaoher, was slain [1493] 
the day before the feast of Brenann^ at the port of Bos- 
gabraidh, at Inis-sgeiUin, by a churl of his own people, 
namely, the son of Ua Clumain. (And the son of XJa 
Clumain was hung by [Mag Uidhir] namely, by John, 
son of Philip, in that very place.) — ^Mac Uibilin, namely, 
Gtirret, son of Bichard Mac Uibilin^ was slain by . • , 
son of Jenkin Carrach Mac Uibilin and Walter^ son ot 
Cormac, son of Jenldn Mac Uíbilin, was made Mac Uibilin. 
— Conn, son of Feidhlimidh the Fair, son of Tadhg, son 
of Toirdelbach Ua Concobuir the Bed and Tomaltach 
junior, son of Tomaltach Mac Diarmada, were slain, the 
Monday before May Day, by the eons of Buaidhrí Mao 
Diarmada. — Gerald the Lame, son of John, son of Mao 
Thomas, was slain by Mac Murchadha. — Aedh, son of 
Domnall the Stooped, son of Mac Donnchaidh, was slaín 
by the Qailenga. — Catherine, daughter of Aedh Mag 
Mathgamna the Red, namely, wife of Ua Baighilligh, 
that is, wife of Toirdelbacli, son of John, son of Eogan Ua 
Baighilligh, died and so on. — ^Henry* junior, son of 
Henry, was made Ua Neill by Ua Cathain and by Ua 
MeUain against Domnall, son of Henry Ua Neill, his 
own elder brother, of whom Ua Domnaill made lord be- 
fore that. — The County of Xildare and Eildare itselt 
were bumed by the son of the Earl of Ormond this year. 
— ^The Official Ua Luchairen^, namely, Eogan, an eminent 
cleric withoutdefect,diedthis year. — UaMordha, namely, 
Conall, son of David Ua Mordha, was slain this year at 
the castle of Baile-na-bathlach® in the Bulby Country, by 
some of the people of the Earl of £ildare, namel^, 
Gkrald, son of Thomas. And Niall, son of Donmall Ua 



' Ua L, — ^From this we majr in- 
íer ihat the O'Longhren marlTred 
with biahop O'DeTanj at Dablin 
in 1611 belonged to an Ulster 



diooese. 

^ BaiU'na'b.^Town oj thsth^» 
herds; in Eilberrj par., oo. Kild. 
(O'D. iy. 1202). 

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372 miMoclcc ulccDti. 

íHofi'Sa T)o •Benccfn vo Mialt, mac "Oomtiaill hUi 
B 96o TTlhofi'ba. — | OCn T>a htla Weill, i-oon, *Ooninall mac 
enfii, mic eogain, mic' Neill 015* htli "Meill' 7 a T)et\6- 
bfiacaifi eile, iT)on, en|ii, mac ©nfií, mic' eogain', "do 
Cestíiail T)'a feile 7 TXifiati acoíifia ag an ^afDfitimaim) 
(4" ]CalenT)af lulii, tx^ilicet, in ui^ilia peqii OCpof- 
toIi") 7 b|iife* afi 'Domnall co n-a muinnnfi. Ocuf 
TTlac T)omnaill, iT)on, confabuL galloslac hUi WeilU 
T>o mafba* ann, iT)on, Tlagnall, co n-a TTfiiUfi mac, iT)on, 
8omaifle 7 Ruai'6|ii 7 'Cuaial 7 Omunn, mac TTIic 
T)omnailt moifi, iT)on, mac Colla, mic' Tx)ififiT)ealbai§', 
mic Silla-ef^uic 7 mac Ruai'bfii, mic CCe^a ballaig 
TTlic' T)omnaiU', iT)on, Colla 7 pefwrBafi, mac' T)om- 
naill' TTI1C T)omnaill 7 T)a mac T)onn6ai'5 TTIic T)om- 
A I07a naill, iT)on, T^ubgall 7 T)onn£a5 05 | 7 fof emonn, mac 
8eaain bui'Be hUi Weill 7 OCe'B bfieifneC, mac 8eaain, 
mic' CCifiT;' hUi Weill 7 hUa hCCe^a, iT)on, pefiT)Ofica, 
mac' an ballaig hUi CCe^' 7 T)a mac an pefifuin hUi 
CCe*5a, iT)on, pilib 7 T^ifif^elbafi 7 «eaan, mac 
TTlail[-8h]efilainn hUi CCeSa^mofian eile nafi aifiimíefi 
funn 7 co haifiiéi vo Clainn-T)omnaill 7 vo TTIuinnnfi- 
CCe^a Ocuf t)0 gaboB ann: iT)on^ Wiall, moc 8eaain 
buite hUi Meill 7 CCe*, mac hUi Weill, iT>on', mac 
T)omnaill, mic Onfii''' 7 T)onn£a5, mac TTIic Caéiíiail, 
iT)on, mac bfiiain, mic ConmuiT)e TTIic' Caérfiail', 
7 mofian aile maille fífiiíí. — hUa" T)omnaill, iT)on, CCe* 
fiua*, mac WeiU.gaifiB, vo ^úl, fluoB mofi, a TTfiian- 
Congail a pogmufi na blia*na fa 7 Ifcafi Chonnacc 
uile T)o •6ut leif ann, fa T)omnaU, mac eogain, mic 
T)omnaiU, mic TTIuificefiTjail hUi ConÉobuifi 7 fa hUa 
Tluaifc, iT>on, fa phei'5lim[i*5], mac T)onn£ai^, mic 

1498. "«sUSSí»*. 



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373 



Mordhai was made TJa Mordha. — ^The two^ Ua Neílls, 
xiamely, Domnall, son of Henrj, son of Eogan, son of 
Niall Ua Neill junior and his other brother, namelj, 
Henry, son of Henrj, son of Eogan, met each other and 
combat [took place] between them at Glassdrumainn^^ (on 
the 4th of the Kalends of July [June 28], on the vigil 
of Peter the Apostle) and Domnall and his people were 
defeated. And there were' slain there Mac Domnaill, 
namely, constable of gaUowglasses of Ua Neill, that is, 
Bagnall, with hÍ3 three sons, namely, Somairle and 
Buaidhri and Tuathal, and Edmund, son of Mac Dom* 
naiU Mor, that is, son of CoUa, son of Toirdelbach, son of 
GiUa-espuic, and the son of Buaidhri, son of Aedh Mac 
DomnaiU the Freckled, that is, CoUa and Feradhach, son 
of DomnaU Mao DomnaUl, and two sons of Donchadh 
Mao DomnaiU, that is, DubgaU and Donchadh junior, and 
also Edmund, son of John Ua Neill the Tawny and Aedh 
the Brefnian, son of John, son of Art Ua I^TeiU, and Ua 
hAedha, that is, Ferdorcha, son of Ua hAedha the 
Freckled, and two sons of the Parson Ua hAedha, that is, 
PhiUp and Toirdelbach and John, son of Mael[-Sh]echlainn 
Ua hAedha and many others that are not rechoned here 
and particularly of the Clann-DomnaiU and of the Muin- 
ter- Aedha. And there were taken there : to wit, Niall, son 
of John Ua NeiU the Tawny and Aedh, son of Ua NeiU, 
that is, son of DomnaU, son of Henry and Donchadh, son 
of Mac OathmaU, namely, son of Brian, son of Cumidhe 
Mac CathmaU and many others with them. — ^Ua Dom- 
naiU^^ namely, Aedh the Bed, son of NiaU the Bough, 
went [with] a large host into Trian-ConghaU in Harvest 
of this year and aU Lower Connacht went with him 



[1493] 



i^ QUu-d, — Grém ridge ; Glass- 
drnmmond, in DnDgfAimoii bar^ 
00. Tyr. (O'D. ir. 1208). 



" Ua D,, etc^TíÓB entrj is in- 
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374 OCNHOCla ulCCDh. 

T!;i§efinaiii 015 hlli Ruaific 7 pa 605^11, mac 'CileiiTiaiii, 

mic Txn'Bs hlli Huaific. Ocuf a feul a Claifi'o-CCe^a- 

bui'Be 7 a Le€-Ca€ail 7 a n-Oifi|i€e|\ail) 7 a n-tliB-6a6a£. 

Ocuf fluai* T)iaifinii'5e do bfeii paif 7 T>'eif§e "50 

foime 7 'n-a '5iai§, im hlla Weill, iTxm, ím enpi, mac 

enfi, mic eo^ain htli Weill, 7 fa Tíla^ TTIhaéEamna, 

iT)on, OCe'5 05, mac CCe^a fiuai'5, mic Huéfiai'5e TTles 

TnaÉsaiíina 7 fía TTla^ CCen^Ufa, iT)on, pa OCe*, mac 

OCifiT;, mic 0Ce'5a TTIes OCengufa. Ocuf hUa T)omnaill 

T>'imíafi 7 T)'ííulan5 an anfX)filainT) fin gu calma, co6- 

fai'^ 7 imfMy5 t)o ofifiíaiB V^n 7 qxi pifi ^565 do líiafiba* 

Leif T)i6, pa maficac maiC t)0 muinnT^fi TTleg TTIaésamna, 

iT)on, 8eaan fiua*, mac T)onn6ai'5, mic eiiíiifi TTlej 

TTlafegamna. Ocuf, muna be€ foigfi na ^01*501 t)oi6, 

fio ba* ffiaenítiaiT)m fioim hUa n-Domnaill. Ocuf 

htla T)omnaill vo éeacc T)ia h^ vo'w TJUfiUf fin co 

cofgufxafi, a£T; nac cuc fií, no 0fa5, no umla laif*. — 

heiifi, mac Tnaeíl[-8h]e£lainii, mic TTluificefiTxiis htli 

Neill 7 TTIuificefiTOC, mac Coifipfii, mic OCe'^a' htli 

WeiU, T^o'^ul afi ^fieif afi Cnfii, mac bfiiain, mic' 

eogain' htli Weill 7 fé 'n-a luigi* a n-u6afi a coiffi vo 

bfiife'^ fioime fin. Ocuf Cnfii, mac' b|iiain' htli NeiU 

7 a bean, iT>on', insen Con-tllxr5 htli WeiU', vo mafibob 

A. io7b leo' ann' 7 enfií, | mac TTlhaeil[-8h]eílainn 7 TTIuifx- 

cefiT;a6, mac Caifipfii htli' íleiU', vo mafiba^ an 01*560* 

ÉeTma, fuil t)0 fgafifaT) ffiif^n' n-gfieif fin' 7 T>aine 

eile na6 aifiimcefi funn^ T)0 Cuicim ewfifiu^ (Ocuf", 

ge vo Bi cof einfii, tíiic bfiiain, bfiif n, acc t)uI T)'einfii, 

mac Tnhaoil[-«h]eclainn, fuisi Sum a líiafiBéa, if T)eafiB 

ccufi' ooiTÍini§ fe in TXin fin afi a uaifli fein, aiíiail 

fio coimnicc ccu minic fioime f^n a n-am ai§ 7 loficcuili 

1498. * -e, A. » crcoriTva. ^ '" = 1444 »«. 

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ANNALS OF tJLSTER. 3t5 

tliitlier, under Domnall^^^ son of Eogan, son of Domnall, [1498] 
8on of Muircertach XJa Concobmr and under Ua Ruairo, 
namelj, under Feidhlimídli, son of Donchadh, son of 
Tigheman XJa Ruairo junior, and nnder Eogan, son of 
Tígheman, son of Tadhg Ua Buairc. And he went into 
Clann-Aedha-buidhe^^ and into Leth-Cathail and into 
Oirthír and into Ui-Eathach. And hosts hard to count 
overtook him and rose against him in front of and behind^* 
him, under Ua Neill, namely, imder Henry, son of Henry, 
son of Eogan Ua Neill,and under MagMathgamna,namely, 
Aedh junior, son of Aedh the Red, son of Rughraidhe Mag 
Mathgamna and under Mag Aenghusa, namely, under 
Aedh, son of Art, son of Aedh Mag Aenghusa. And Ua 
DomnaUl met and bore that onset splendidly, firmly, and 
tumed on those and 13 men of them were slain by him, 
nnder a good horseman of the people of Mag Mathgamna. 
And were [it] not [for] the neamess of the night to them, 
a crushing defeat had been inflicted by Ua DomnaiLL And 
Ua Domnaill came to his house YÍctoriously on that 
occasioD, but that he brought neither peace, nor tmce, nor 
submifision withhim. — Henry, son of Mael[-Sh]echlainn, 
son of Muircertach Oa NeiU and Muircertach, son of 
Cairpre, son of Aedh Ua Neni, went on a [night] inour- 
sion on Henry, son of Brian, son of Eogan Ua NeiU, 
whilst he was lying in the illness of his legthat wajs 
broken before that. And Henry, son of Brian Ua Neill 
and his wife, namely, daughter of Cu-Uladh Ua Neill, 
were slain by them there and Henry, son of Mael- 
[-Sh]echlainn and Muircertach, son of Cairpre Ua NeiH, 
were slain the same night, before they desisted from that 
incursion, and other persons that are not reckoned here 
fell between them. (And, although the leg of Henry> 
son of Brian, was broken, on Henry, son of Maol- 
[-Sh]echlainn going to him to slay him, it is certain that 
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ocNtiocla uUrot). 



ui[li], i-ooTi, zmcc teim Itiítíiaii, tatiiíieaii cco peficca^ 
poíiniacca •oo'n ÉleiC aii a tiaiC a n-iJTi€tir a coifp 7 
•00 gab in rgein fccoégeti i n-a taiift ccu luÉniati 7 ruc 
fa6a6 fanncaf, faíicalma 1 n-a BanBíiuinne t>o einfii, 
mac ínaoil[-«h]eclainn, -oi 7 fio ba mafiC pa céTOi^ 
hé : i-oon, suíiVí fin T;uinm in va einfii fi f e ceile".) — 
íHac hlli [h]CCnluain t>o maiiba*, i-oon', «eaan htla 
hOCnluam', le clainn CCe5a htli Weill a TH)íiai'5e£c 
cfieiSe* m'bliaiain fi".— ^illa-paoíiais, mac pilib, mic' 
Con-ChonnacT;' ríles Ui^ifi, T)'heE. — pnnguala, mgen 
hlli ConCobaifi phailgi, iT)on', msen' an Chalbaig, mic 
ííluíicai'5 hUi' Concoboiíi', bean Weill, mic ChoifiíiT^el- 
baig a n f 1 n a hUi Tk)mnaill 7 vo bi 1' n-a •6iai| 
fin' ag 0Ce5 bui*e, mac*' bfiam ballai| hUi Weill 7 t)o 
coimeT) a pe^BbaÉc co mai€' 1 n-a 'biail fin i^e naí 
m-blia5na xLac co hmnfiaic', cjiaib^e^, onofiaÉ, a heg a 
TJUf phogrfiaifi na' blia^na fa'. — ^mac [C]aprain T^'heg 
an blia^am [fi], iT)on, paT)fai5, mac CCe^Sa ftuai'S Tflic' 
[C^afTOin'. — bfife*" aji hUa ConÉobaif phailgi, iT)on, 
afi Chaéaifi, mac Cumn, mic an Calbai|, le íílas 
6o6a5a[i]n, iT)on, le 8emuf, mac Connla, mic OCe^a 
bui'^e. Ocuf mac hUi ConcoBaifi, iT>on, T^^, mac 
Coéaifi 7 mac Tx)ififiT)elbai| ballai| hUi Confiobaifi 7 
mac OCific hUi Confiobaifi 7 va mac CCe'5a hUi TTIaenaig 
T>o §abail ann 7 ceiéfii piCiT; ea6 t>o buam t^iB^ — ^Coififi- 
T>elba£, mac tJai'^s hUi ConcoBaifi 7 Caíal, mac TTluifi- 
cefiTOife mic pheitlim^ée] hUi Concobuifi, vo cf\o£a5 
leif hUa ConÉoBaifi, iT>on, le CoCaifi, mac Cumn, mic' 
an Calbaig, rf* n-T)iaié Lu|nafai'5"'. — Niall, mac 8eaam 
bui'^i* hUi Weill, T)o eg 1 n-a LaimT)ea£uf. — hUa hCCn- 



^Nine and forti/,-^E.eT seoond 
hnaband was alain in 1444, «^p. 

" Cap<iVi<y.— Seo The Tu>o Ua 
líeillt, 22nd entrj, of this jear. 

♦»♦ After thÍB year in A (107b, 



t. h.) i8 : CCf FCTDa lem crca Ntalt 
a Tn'pegmaif 6 ve y annfa 6©n 
Caiflen acó. THip, Pi6il Tnoig 
pmngaile, "00 fRjfiib pn le -oivoé 
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membered oiten before that, in the tíme of [his íull] health (14931 
and strength ; to wit^ he gave an agile, yery qaick leap 
angrily> secretlj, from the couch on which he was in the 
iUness of his leg, and took the sharp-edged knife agilelj 
in his hand and gave an eager, yery splendid thrust of it 
iull in the breast of Henry, son of Maol [-Sh]echlainn, and 
he was dead immediatelj : so that that was the f all of these 
two Henrjs by each other.) — The son of Ua hAnluain, 
namely, John Ua hAnluain, was slain by the sons of 
Aedh TTa Neill in pursuit of a prey this year. — Gilla- 
Padraig, son of Philip, son of Cu-Connacht Mag XJidhir, 
died. — ^Finnguala, daughter of Fa Concobair Faly, namely, 
daughter of the Calbach, son of Murchadh ITa Concobair, 
wifeof Niall, son of Toirdelbach ITa Domnaill of the 
W i n e, and who was after that [as wif e] with Aedh the 
Tawny, son of Brian Ua Neill the Freckled, and kept her 
widowhood well after that for nine and forty year8^ 
fittingly, piously, honourably, died in the beginning of the 
Harvest of this year. — ^Mac Cartain, namely, Patrick, son 
of Aedh Mac Cartain the Red, died this year. — ^Defeat 
was put on Ua Concobair Faly, namely, on Cathair, son of 
Conn, son of the Calbach, by Mag Eochagain, namely, by 
James, son of Conla, son of Aedh the Tawny, And the 
son of Ua Concobair, namely, Tadhg, son of Cathair and 
the son of Toirdelbach Ua Concobair the Freckled, and 
the son of Art Ua Concobair and two sons of Aedh Ua 
Maenaigh were taken there and four score horses were 
wrested from them. — Toirdelbach, son of Tadhg Ua 
Concobair and Cathal, son of Muircertach, son of 
Feidhlimidh Ua Concobuír, were hung by Ua Concobair, 
namely, by Cathair, son of Conn, son of the Calbach, 
after Lammae.— Niall, son of John Ua NeiU the Tawny, 



Ni&U aUeni from me siiioe jester- i I, Hohil Mag Fingaile, wroie that 
day and in the Old Castle I am. | with bad apparatoe. 



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luain, 17)011, efntinn fiua'5> niac Tnuíi£ai'5 htir OCnluaiíi', 
•00 mafiba* le claifin CCe^a, mic eogain htli' Weilt 
7* ajiaile*'. 

•A i07o; 1^^^- ^^^- P *•' ^- 3cac^-*l OCnno T)omini TTI-*» cccc* axí.' 
B 96d i^íi'* eogan, mac T)omfiaill ballais TTles tli'Di|i, vo eg 
a^ n-eafiiiac na blia^na f^a^ — bpian, mac T)iafimaDa 
hUi T)ubT)a, t>o ég. — TTlac ^^^1-5111, mic Toipfi-Delbais 
ca|iiiai| hlli Concobuip, vo mapba'5 le 8eaan, mac TTlic 
8iuiicain, a Tx^fiai'beacT; cpeice. — ^Domnall, mac eogain 
htli Concobaifi, T:i^epna Sligi'D 7 fliaB anuaf , t)o map- 
ba* le clainn Ruaj'bpi^ mic "CoippT^elbaié cappaig htli' 
Cofifobuip, iT)on, le' 8eaan 7 le Opian, ap speif oi'oce' 
a m-ba5un caiflein^ bona-phififie, aiT^ci"* CCine* poim 
peil paDpaig. — ^T^uacal, mac 'CoippT)elbai| 11 a m a p t; 
hUi Weill7 T^pi pip Deg 1 n-a cimcell 7 TTIupca* hUa 
Loíicam T)o tíiapba* a** fi-T)iai^ Chafc^ le Clomn-Chana 
7'le'clomn bpiam na 001110*5, mic' eogam' hUi 
ííeill'. — TTlac lapla Up-TTluman^ T)0 '^ul a hepmn co 
ceaC fi| Saxan an blia5ain fi a** fi-T)iai§ WoT)la[i]5^ a 
leantfium lapla ChiUe-T)apa 7 T)0 cup 1 n-a a5ai5 
í-[f ]oip. — TT-oippDelbac, mac T^onncai-^, mic' Chomaif 
TTleg «ampa5am, do mapba* le clomfi eo^am, mic' 
Chomaif TTleg 8aiíipa5am 7* le Pepsal, mac 'Comaif, 
mic Comaif Tnej; «ampa^am*, D'upcup* fai§T)i im^ 
beallTjame. Ocuf emaiifi TTlac Sicpius (iDon', ceirep- 
fiac') Do cuip afi c-fai|eD^ 

1494. í-foeil, B. >.iiéaTi, A. «-éari, A. • = 1490»*. *-»>oiii., B. 
« om., A. ^-^ an aine— <A« vigil (lit fatt), B. • after ", B. " before le 
Ct., B. «=1879«^. 



1494. ^From — denwi.— From the i respeotÍTelj thee. and v, bovnd- 
Corlieu mountainnorth totheDttfl^ I ariee of Sligo 00. onthe b. 
whiohflows into Don^gal Bay,— I ^ Bun'F,^Mwth f^ tt« /inn; 



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díed m his captivity.^* — ^Ua hAnluain, iiamely, Edmond 
the Red, son of Murohadh Ua hAnluain, was slain by the 
sons of Aeáh, 8on of Eogan Ua NeiU and so on. 



[1493] 



Eidends of Jan. on 4th feria, [21st of the moon,] a.d. 
1494. Eogan, son of Domnall Mag Uidhir the Freckled, 
died ín the Spring of this year. — Brian, son of Diarmaid 
Ua Dubda, died. — The son of Ruaidhri, son of Toirdelbach 
Carrach Ua Concobnir, was slain by John, son of Mac 
Jordao, in pursuit of a prey. — Domnall, son of Eogan Ua 
Concobair, lord of Sligech and from the Mountain down,^ 
was slain by the sons of Buaidhri, son of Toirdelbach 
Carrach Ua Concobuir, namely, by John and by Brian, 
on a night incursion, in the bawn of the castle of Bun- 
Finne,* the night of Friday^ before the feast of Patrick. — 
Tuathal, son of Toirdelbach Ua NeiU of the Beeves, 
and 13 men along with him and Murchadh Ua Lorcain 
were slain after Easter* by the Clann-Cana and by the 
sons of Brian of the Wood, son of Eogan Ua NeilL — 
The son of the Earl of Ormond went from Ireland to the 
house of the king of the Saxons, this year* after 
Christmas, followiug the Earl of Eildare, and to oppose 
him in the east. — Toirdelbach, son of Donchadh, son of 
Thomas Mag Samradhain, was slain by the sons of Eogan, 
son of Thomas Mag Samradhain and by Fergal, son of 
Thomas Mag Samradhain, with shot of arrow about May 
Day. And Edmond Mac Sitriug (namely, a kem) [it was] 
that shot the arrow. 



[1494] 



Bimiima, in Tireragh bar., oo. SL 
(0*D. iv. 1208). 

^Fridatf. — March 14. 

«.fiw<«r.— Maroh 30 (XHL E). 

•2ilUf yMr. — PoMtdated. b^ a 



jear. The Compiler failed to per- 
ceive thaty in Íhepresentsequence, 
Ormond's retom (laat item, bat 
f our, of tbis jear) took plaoe nearlj 
two months bef ore hia departnre 1 



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(A) 
THog domifUTóain, i-doti, 
PeiT)lim[i'ó], tnac 'Comaif 
íneg 8ani|ia^n, do Jabail 
le ctii'D T)o clainn bp,iain íTles 
tli'ói|i, iT>on, Raaitfii 7 bfiian 
05 7 le pilib, mac Tx)ip,|iT>el- 
baij ÍHeg Ui'óip, 7 le clainn 
Remainn Tíle^ tli'ói|i, iT>on, 
*Oonnóa* 7 CCeó, ap. cap,- 
tiaing T)e|vb|\acap, TTÍes Sam- 
Xioctam |»in, iT)on, *Oomnall 
be|inac. Octjf peiigal, mac 



(B,C) 
Pefigal, mac Tx)maif TTIeg' 
3am|ur6ain', vo maf.bcró le 
flicupilibTTlestli'óip,. Ocnf 
TTla^^hamtwrtain fein',iT)on', 
PenDlim[i'D], mac' Comaif 
ÍWe^ Samfvotain' 7 TTlael- 
mofi-óa, mac' Pailgi, mic 
"OomnaiU bain' hUi Tlai§il- 
tiS> 'w> Sabail ap, an taraip, 
cetna. CCp, TX)tp,fiain5 "Oom- 
naiU befvnaij, mic' 'Comaif 
TTIe^ ^amfvatain', vo fvonaic 
fin. 



Tx)maif, mic Comaif TTIe^ 
j^ 107d Bamfwróain, vo mafvba^ onn 7 TT1aelmop,'6a, mac pailgi, mic | 
"OomnaiU bam htli Tlai^Ui^, x>o gabail leo ap, cm lacaifv 
cecna, fcilicec, 4* Monaf liinii. TTIa^ 3amfva6ain T)o li^en 
af a laimT)eóiif 4* Monaf lalii. 

hlla pefigoil, iT)on, Conmac, mac 8eaain, mic' T)om- 
naill, mic 8heaain, niic T)oninaill*", vo eg an^ blio^ain 
f^, la éang TTlaifisfves, T)ia-T)omnai§: iT)on, an -o-afva 
caifec T)0 bi 'fa n-CCn§aile an Txin fo. — Soin befvnac, 
mac' TTlaeil-TTltaifve' TTlic Suibne, vo mafibab le 'CcA^ 
mac CtiinT), mic' TDomnoill, mic eosoin' hUi Neill 7 
le hCCe'B fvua'S, mac ^aifne, mic^ Tlemtiinn, mic ílti|- 
fvai'fie*' TTleg THoésamna 7 moifvfeii^jv galloslac moille 
ffvif 7 a n-a'bnaca'B a n-CCfVT)-Tnaca. — TllaiT)m fop' 
JaUaiB' in* blia^ain fi le TTlas TTlhaégamna, iT)on, 
OCe'5 05, mac CCe'Ba fvuai'B 7 le hlla TlcnéiUis, iT)on, 
8eaan, mac Cafiail, mic** eojain, mic éheaain hUi 
Rcn§iUi§, T)o inafv'mafvba* TJfvi piciT; vo' uaifliB' goU 
ta bpai§T)i6* 7 aiT>ipi6' imT)a[i6] eite. — Semap, mac 

1494, *an, A. ^hU^ Pepéoil (g.), ad., B. * pofibTur6ac (g.), B. 
J -Depe* (g.), B. The g. in * and J is wrong. 



*Su»day,—Jvly 20. Xiii. KaL 
Aag. S. Margarite^ yiig. efc marfc 
{Mar, 8, Cyriaci. ÁA, SS. Jun. 



fc. 7, Appen. 48). 
in fche OiA Oen. 



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ANNAIA OF ULSTEB. 381 

(A) (B, C) [1494] 

Mag Samradliaiii, namelj, Fergal, sonofThomas Mag 
FeidMimidh, son of Thomas Samradhain, was slain by the 
Mag Samradhain, was taken desoendants of Philip Mag 
by some of the sons of Brian TTidhir. And Mag Samrad- 
Magnidhir,namelj,Buaidhri hain himself, namelj, Feidh- 
and Brian junior, and bj limidh, son of Thomas Mag 
Philip, son of Toirdelbach SamradhainandMaelmordha, 
Mag Uidhir, and bj the sons son of Failge, son of Domnall 
of Bedmond Mag TTidhir, UaBaighillightheFair, were 
namelj, Donohadh and Aedh, taken in the same place. At 
at inBtigation of the brother instigation of Donmall Gap- 
of Mag Samradhain himself, ped^-tooth], son of Thomas 
namelj, Donnall Qupped- Mag Samradhain, those 
[-tooth.] And Fergal, son of [deeds] were done. 
Thomas, son of Thomas Mag Samradhain, was slain there 
and Maelmordha, son of Failge, son of Domnall Ua Baighil- 
1 gh the Fair, was taken bj them in the same place, namelj, 
on the 4th of the Nones [2nd] of June. Mag Samradhain 
was let out from his captivitj on the áth of the Nones [4th] 
of Julj. 

TJa Ferghail, namelj, Commac, son of John, son of 
Domnall, son of John, son of Donmall, namelj, the second 
cbief that was in the Anghaile tnis time, died this jear^ 
St Margaret's daj, Sundaj.® — Owen Gapped [-tooth], son 
of Mael-Muire Mac Suibne and seven gallowglasses with 
him were slain bj Tadhg, son of Conn, son of Domnall, 
son of Eogan TJa Neill, and bj Aedh the Bed, son of 
Glaisne, son of Bedmund, son of Bughraidhe Mag Math- 
gamna, and buried in Ard-Macha. — ^Defeat [was inflicted] 
on the Foreigners this jear bj Mag Mathgamna, namelj, 
bj Aedh junior, son of Aedh the Bed and bj TJa Baighil* 
ligh, namelj. John, son of Cathal, son of Eogan, son of 
John TJa BaighiUigh, in which were slain three score of 
the worthies of the Foreigners' and manj others [taken» 
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mic masnura^, TH) mafib<r6 T)'uri£tjfi* r<n&oe' le cloinn 
Coriniaic mes «amfia^am 7' emonn, mac magnuip, 
mic Cofimaic, th) Éuifi an c-fai^eT)'.— mac*' mic ma§- 
nufa me5 Ui'Bifi T^'heg an blia*ain \^, an l.mah 
lcalainn t)0 tíii 8epcinibi|i, iT)on, Ca€al 05, mac Ca6ail, 
mic Caíail 015 eile, mic Coeail moiii, mic SiUa-paD- 
tiaig, ap coimlina* o^z m-blia^na T^eg 7 feípc la pi£ec 
a aifi^— 5illa-paT>tiai5, mac mic magnupa meg 
tli'5ií\, iT)on, mac Ca6ail 015, mic' Ca6ail moifi"', T^'heg 
14 ]calenT)af OcTObtxif 7 a a^luca^ a n-'0un-na-n5all 
in qrief la laf n-a 05. — ^hlla "Oomnaill, iT)on, OCe'5 fiuat 
mac íleiU saifií, do' be€' pa Éaiflen 8li5i§* a" n-T)efieft 
ftatíifiai* 7 a inif pogmaifi na blia^na fa". Ocuf 
Co^an, mac' Cofimaic cafifiaig' hlli ^«UÉoBaifi 7 
UiUiam, mac hlli S^UÉotaifi, iT)on', mac CmuinT), mic 
TDomnaiU, mic locLainn hlli ^aUcolJaifi' 7 "OomnaU 
CCfiannaC, iT)on, cenn-pe'Bna CClbanaS, vo bí a pocaifi* 
hlli "OomnaiU — a mafxba* fin te muinncifx an £aif lein, 
iT)on, le bfiian caec, mac' 'Cai'Bs, mic eogain', mic^*Oom- 
naiU, mic muificefiTOig** hlli' Concobuifx 7 leifin 
Calbac caec, mac "OomnaiU, mic eogain' 7 le muinnuifi 
CCifir. — 5®T^o^''^ "Oeifi T)o 05 an^ blia*ain f^^ iT)on, 
Aiosa; S^Umacam maié vo muinnuifi bafiuin "Oealtna. — | 
^ ^^* CCLaxanT)aifi, mac 5^Ua-efpuic mic "OomnaiU, iT)on, 
fep. inaiT) mic "OomnaiU, vo mafiba* hoc* anno* le 
hCoin Coéanaci mac Coin, mic *OomnaiU ballaig, a 
pfxiT) 1t) OcTObefi, a n-Oiitíianfa. — 1afxlaCiUe-T>afia, iT)on, 
JefioiT), mac 'Comaif vo S^fxalcaCaitl 7 mac mic lafila 
Ufi-muman, iT)on, 8émuf, mac Seaain, mic Shemaif 
buiciUefi, T>o éeacu o Ci§ fii§ Saocan a n-efiinT) im^ 

1494. •-'D, B. «^|\, B. 'tiin, A. ^ n)es Urói|V ad., B. "after 
SaThiuróain, B. »niic IHa^tifa, ad., B. "*an btioiain p, B. 
<H>=1434«». 

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Mac Maghnusa, was slain with shot of arrow by the sons of [1494] 
Cormac Mag Samradhain and Edmond, son of Maghnus, 
son of Cormao, that shot the arrow. — ^The son of Mao 
Maghnusa Mag TJidhir, namelj, Cathal jimior, son of 
Cathal/ son of another Cathal junior, son of Cathal Mor, 
son of GiUa-Padraig, died® this year, on the 7th of the 
Ealends of September [Aug. 26], on completionof his age 
of 18 jears and 27 days. — Qilla-Padraig,® son of Mao 
Maghnusa Mag TJidhir, namely, son of Cathal jimior, son 
of Cathal Mor, died on the 14th of the Ealends of 
October [Sept 18], and was buried in Dun-na-Gall the 
third day after his death. — ^Ua Domnaill, namely, Aedh 
the Eed, son of Niall the Eough, was under the castle of 
Sligech in the end of Summer and in the beginning of 
Harvest of this y6ar. And Eogan, son of Cormao 
Carrach TJa Gallchobair and William, eon of TJa Gallcho- 
bair, namely, son of Edmnnd, son of Domnall, son of 
Lochlann TJa Gallchobair and Domnall of Aran, namely, 
a Scottish leader that was with TJa DomnaU — those were 
elain by the people of the castle, namely, by Brian 
Bliod[-eye], son of Tadhg, son of Eogan, son of Domnall, 
son of Muircertach TJa Concobuir, and by the Calbach 
Blind[-eye], son of Domnall, son of Eogan, and by the 
Muintir-Airt, — Gerald Deasy, namely, a good Foreign 
youth of the people of the baron of Delvin, died this year. 
— Alexander, son of GiUa-espuic Mac Domnaill, namely, 
Jeputy of Mao Domnaill, was slain this year by John 
Cathanach, son of John, son of Domnall the Freckled, on 
the 2nd of the Ides [I4th] of October . . .— The Earl of 
fildare, namely, Gerald, son of Thomas of the Geraldines, 
and the grandson [son] of the Earl of Ormond, namely, 
James, son of John, son of James Butler, came from the 
house of the king of the Sazons to Ireland about Novem- 

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8aTtiain na** blia^na fa\ Ocuf inTMfie 8axana£ th) 
éeíc leo a n-efiinn' i n-a lufcif afi ^^Uaitl efienn, 
i'Don, Oríbafi'D ponjnill. Ocuf fi€ eTOfifia pein. — Cu- 
tlUr5, mac CCe5a, mic eosain, mic íleill 015 hlli íleill, 
•00 eg a^' n-T)efie'5 poSrfiaifx na blia^fina fa°'.— Ingen hlli 
TDomnailt, iT)on, ingen CCe^Ba fiuai*, mic' íleill saifitP', 
mic** 'CofxjiT^elbaié an f ina^ iT)on, bean íleill, mic 
CuinT), mic' CCeha bui'be hlli íleilt, (iT)on', an 1 ngen 
T> u tP) T)'e5 in** blia*ain [fiP. — 8eaan, mac eogain hUi 
"OoninaiLl, vo cpoca* le mac hUi *Oomnaill, iT)on, le 
Conn, mac CCeha fiuai-b, mic* Meill §aifitl, caici^if fiia 
NoT)lai5^ — THac TTlic Uilliam bufxc, iT)on, UiUiam, 
mac RicoifVT), mic' OmainT), mic "Comaif a bufic', t)o 
mafiba* f a' faiflen 811515 a Baihfia* na' blia^fina fa'. 

lcaL lan. u. f., [Ui.',] OCnno "Oomini m.*cccc.**xc.* 
u.** Cofxmac, mac 'Cai'55, mic' Cofimaic' íHe^ Cafifxéoife 
T)0 líiafiba^B le n-a bfioéaifx f ein, iT)on, le heo^on, mac 
Caií^, mic' Cofimaic' íHes^ Cafifxíaig^ a cuf nabliaína: 
iT)on, funT)ubaifi TnainifT)fiec CiUe-Cfiei'5e. — ^péfisal, 
mac Seaain Tnic *Oonncai'5 Chifie-OileUa, vo mafiba5 
afi^fieif. — eoin cluafaC, mac' eoin TTlic CCLaxDfiainn', 
iT)on^ macam uaf^il t>o^ Clamn-'OomnaiU'' na^ hOClbanN 
T)'he5 [in blia'oain fi]. — TTlac-a[n]-§ififi, wou, 5'lla- 
paT)fiai5, mac' SiUa-paT)fiai5 eile, mic Con-Ula^ Tnic- 
A i08b a[n]-5ififx', T)'e5 in' bba^ain [fi]'.— | CCn peafif un hUa 
hCCe5a, iT)on, 8afi paDfiai^, T>'he5 an^ blia^ain fi^ — 
TTla5 8amfia'5ain, iT)on, pei*lim[i'5], mac TTomaif, mic 

1494. pp = 1883t^*»(afterT>'e5,B). 

1496. • bl., A. B. ^^ om., B. « THic "DomnaitU B. 



wPoy«iíí.— Sir Edward Pojning. 
His name lÍTes in Pojning's Aot. 
Cf . Viceroyi, 449 sq. 

u rAemse/m.~Eildare and Or- 
mond. 

M 5íaif».— He Iiad joined O'Don- 



nell In the abortÍTe attempt to 
rednce Sligo oaaUe, F. M. (Gt Ua 
D., 14th item, of thÍB jear.) 

1496. i(7e«-C.— Bead (M-Cen 
{ehurch of Ciar)\ EJUorea, in s^ 
MoalcerTj bar., oo. OQrk. Non, 



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ber Day of this year. And a Saxon knight came with lhm] 
them to Ireland, as jiisticiary over the Foreígners of 
Ireland, namely, Edward Poynill.i<> And [there was] 
peace between themselves."— Cu-TJladh, son of Aedh, son 
of Eogan, son of Niall TJa NeiU junior, died in the end of 
Harvest of this year. — The daughter of XJa Domnaíll, 
namely, daughter of Aedh the Red, son of Niall the 
Rough, 8on of Toirdelbach ofthe Wine, namely, wife 
of Niall, son of Conn, son of Aedh TTa Neill the Tawny, 
(that is, the dark Damsel) died this year. — John, 
son of Eogan XJa DomnaiU, was hung by the son of TJa 
DomnaiU, namely by Conn, son of Aedh the Red, son of 
NiaU the Rough, a fortnight before Christmas.— Mac 
WiUiam de Burgh, namely, Wflliam, son of Bicard, son 
of Edmond, son of Thomas de Burgh, was slain^ at the 
oastle of SUgech in the Summer of this year. 

Ealends of Jan. on 5th feria, [2nd of the moon,] a.d. [im] 
1495. Cormac, son of Tadhg, son of Cormao Mag 
Carthaigh, that is, founder of the monastery of Cell- 
Creidhe^was slain by his own brother, namely, by 
Eogan, son of Tadhg, son of Cormao Mag Carthaigh, in 
the beginning of the year. — Ferghal, son of John Mao 
Donnchaidh of Tir-OUeUa, was slain on a [night] incursion. 
— John the [large-Jeared, son of John Mac Alexander, 
namely, a noble youth of the Clann-DomnaiU of Scotland 
died this year. — ^Mao-an-girr, namely, GiUa-Padraig, son 
of another GiUa-Padraig, son of Cu-XJladh Mac-an-girr, 
died this year. — ^The Parson XJa hAedha, namely, Sir* 
Patrick, died this year. — Mag Samradhain, namely, 



Jan. Giar, ingen Doibrea [C, da. 
otD.l ^ar* Tal, L. L. 355e. In 
a BÍx-qaatrain poem (ib. 353a), 
naming the j teniors (masterB of 
Bpizitoal life), j nvns and j lamps 
(leamed men) oí the raoe of Oonaire 
(kg. of Ire. ; bL o. aj>. 48 : Todd 



Leet. III. 303 sq.) that abode ín 
Mnnster, OiaT íb the fírst of the 
virgins. 

The monaBterj was fonnded for 
FranoÍBcanB in 1465, F. M. 

«/Sír.— 86el484,n.4. 

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ccMMccla tilcroti. 



pefigail, Tnic CoTnair* tnic bfiiain bjiegaig', iDon, xxiireÉ 

T^ealLai|-ea6ac, vo ba€a* ap lo5 ctxannoigi* caille an 

tíiuilinn, la peili beafiaig, 'Oia-'Ooninaig, in^ bliaftain 

ft^ 7 íHas Samfwrbain vo •5enaiíi "o'a T)efib|xauaip.^ eile, 

T'oon, TH) Tk)TnnalL beafina£. — THac 'CoififiDelbais 

cafifiaig hlli Concobaifi, i-oon, uigefina 8I151I 7^ fliaB 

anuaf^ "D'hes. Ocuf tmi éigefina "00 •benuTn a n-osai* 

a £eile, iwn, th) Ruai*fii 05, mac Ruai-ofxi ballaig, 

leif*' hlla n-T)oTnnaill*' 7 T)'phei'5liTn[i'5], Tnacíllasnura, 

mic' bfiiam'. — lafila CiUe-TWtfia, iT)on, 5®!^^*^* ^^^ 

'CoTnaif, T)0 5®!^^^^^^^^^» "^ §abail a in-baite CC€a- 

claií leifan SiUfcif Saxanac, 3^ lCatenT)af maficii» 

TDia-haine** 7 a cufx a luin^, 'OiafDain*' ap. cinn^ a 

n-*Ofioi6eT)-aTO T)ia* bfieié a SaxanaiB. — ^ftuai'5fxi, Tnac 

me5 UiDifi, \voí\\ Tnac 'CoTnoif 015, mic*' Comaif moifi*' 

(iT)on% an ^illa T)uf) meg Ui^ifx', t)0 Tnafibo* 

an^ T)e£iíia* la T)o'n líii mafxua na bliaína fa, "Oia- 

maific^ le cloinT) CCific hlli íleilL — Uilliam slaf, Tnac 

phoil hlli CaifiT)i^, iT)on, liai§ Tnaií, aiíeafMic^ t)o bi 

a^ Pilib mo^ Ui^ifi 7 ag a clainn, T^'heg in bliaíain 

fi^ — mag 'Cilefxnain 1ccafux£, T^'heg, iT)on, S<>P^5<i^ 

Tnac bfiiain me^ 'Chigefxnain. — 8eaan, Tnac an efpuicc 

mhes Ui-^ifi, iT)on, mac piafiaif, mic muifiif* aifi£iT)eo- 

cain^ T)'he5 in^ bli(r5ain fi, ui. T)ie menfif maii, 

fcilicec, in pefco lohannif an[T;e] pofiTOm tauinam^ 

iT)on, pefifan "Oaifie-maela^i^n' 7 aificinT)e6 Clain-inT)fi 

7 fOfi t;i|i ai-^eoS gu coit^Senn. — ma^ bfiaDaig T^'hej 

an** blia^ain [fi]^ iT)on, pei*lini[i'5], mac mufiCai-^ 

me^ bfiaT^aig.— Cafial, mac Cai-^g, mic an Chalbaig 

1496. 'bTurtaiTi,B. «T)'a,A. »-e,A. *=1467»». •■•H03J-J. '=1476*. 
f = w>, >» an, prf. ; moim ad, B. »CCiTii5-TTl-, B. 



» Caill-an-m.^ Wood of ths MiU ; 
EiUjwillin, a twnlnd. in Temple- 
popt par., Tulljhaw bar., 00. Oav. 
(0»D. iv. 1218), 



* Sundai/,—Feh. 16. 

^The son, eU.—See Buaidhri 
Jun. (last entij bnt lix) of this 
year. 



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Feidhlimídh, son of Thomas^ son of Ferghal, [1496] 
8on of Thomas, son of Brian the Bregian, namelj, 
chíef of Tellach-Eathach, was drowned in thie 
lake of the crannogof CaiU-an-mxdlinn,^ the feast daj of 
Berach, Sundaj/ this jear and his other brother, namelj, 
Donmall Ghtpped [tooth], was made Mag Samradhain. — 
The son^ of ToirdelbachCarrach Fa Concobair, namelj, 
lord of Sligecb and from the Mountain dowii, died. And 
two lords were made agaÍDst each other, namelj [1], 
Euaidhrí jimior, son of Eaaidhrí the FrecUed, by Ua 
Donmaill, and [2] Feidhlimidh, son of Maghnns, son of 
Brian. — The Earl of Eildare> namely, Ghérald, son of 
Thomas of the Geraldines, was taken in the town of 
Ath-diath by the Saxon Jasticiary,® on the 3rd of the 
Ealends of March [Feb. 27J, Fríday, and pnt in a ship 
the next Tharsday, in Droiched-atha, to be carríed into 
Saxon-land. — ^Buaidhrí, son of Mag Uidhir, namely, son of 
Thomas jonior, son of Thomas Mor(that íb, the black 
Gillie) Mag Uidhir, was slain on the lOth day of 
March, Tuesday, of this year by the sons of Art Ua líeill. 
— ^WiUiam the Green, son of Paul TJa Caisidi, namely, a 
good, successf ul phy8ician whom Fhilip Mag Uidhir and 
hÍB sons had, died this year. — Lower [northem] Mag 
Tighemain, namely, Gormgal, son of Brian Mag 
Tigemain, died. — John, son of the bishop Mag [Jidhir, 
namely, son of Pierce,^ son of Archdeacon Mauríce^ — ^to 
wit, parson of Daire-Maelain and herenagh of Claen-inis 
and a man of a general guest-house — died this year, on 
the 6th day of the month of May, namely on the f east of 
[St.] John before the Latin Gata — ^Mag Bradaigh^ namely, 
Feidhlimidh, son of Murchadh Mag Bradaigh, died this 
jear. — Cathal, son of Tadhg, son of the Calbach XJa Con- 

^Ju$tieiary. — Tojiáng. l " ^ourtce.— I>ied 1423, tt^. 

v i>ierM.~Died 1460, tup. | 

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B 96b hUi ConCotaij^, T)'he5 an blia*ain [fi]. | — Coitiptxi, moc 

AIO80 Oe'5a, mic' Gosain', mic Neill oicc | hlli NeiU, "do eg 

in* blia-Dain fi, in Luan fie m-bealTOine^ — Nicolaf 

*Oalacun, iT)on, mac eniaino, mic piapaif "Oalauun, "do 

íhafiba* le Peii^uf, mac emainn, mic' laispé, mic 

Rofa' hlli phefigail -f le fliÉT; tlanfii "Oalaiinjn^ — 

Tx)fiíiT)ealtla6, mac 8eaain, mic 'CoifiiiT)elbai|, mic** 

«eaain, mic* eogain* htli tla|alli§7 OCe*, mac maeil- 

mofi'Ba, mic Seaain, mic^ eogain** hlli Ragalbg, t)0 

mapba5 aji aen laéaifx an bliaíain [fi], fcilicei;**, 

6 lCalenT)af lunii, petiia 4^ le Coin-Connacc mac ma|- 

nufa, mic maeiLmof^a an iíiulLai|. Ocuf Cu-Connacc 

fein T>o mafiba* T)*Ufcup.^ t)0 |a afi an laéaif coCTa fin 

leifin OCe* cez^na. Ocuf* an ga le^éuiT; OCe^ pein, cft^T) 

1 n-a cfoif 05 cabaifT; an Uficaifi fin t)o\ Ocuf af 

cunnuabaifir gu' fvoibe^ a n-Cfiinn an xxin focomaefa an 

'CoififiT)elbai§ fin T)ob'* pepfx t)o ^uine 7 t>o Éenn-fe-bna 

inaf é. Caiflen^ Culía-mogain t)0 éccbaiL Leif hUa 

RcnéiLLil, iT)on, Le Seaan, mac CaéaiL, mic eoj^ain hUi 

ílai§iLLi|, a cinn caici'Bifi a n-T)iaié an mafibua fin 7 

fLi& maiLmofi-ba in TÍiuLLai§ t)o ceacT; gu n-a caefioi- 

*e& a cenn hUi ílai|iLLié T)eif an mafib€a fin^ — 

magnuf maeL, mac Remuinn fiiabaig, mic "OuinT), mic 

Con-ConnafT; meg Ui-bifi, t>o mafiba* an** bLia'bain fi** 

peLomce Le piLib, mac GmuinT) meg Ui"DifX -f Leifin 

n-^iLLa m-baLLaÉ, mac Con-Chonnacc mic 

Sapf^fiaig, 6 |caLenT>af luLn^ — Cpeaca^ mofia a 8amfia5 

na bLia^na [fa] ap. hUa Ca6ain, iT)on, aji Sheaan, mac 

OCibne, mic T)iafimaca hUi Ca€a[i]n, Le mac UibiLin, 

iT>on, Le UaLTOfi, mac Cofimaic, mic «einicin mic 

UibíLin^ — hUa *OomnaiLL, iT)on, OCe* fiua*, mac' WeiLL 

SaifiíT hUi"* •OomnaiLL^ t)0 "BuL co ce6 fii| OCLban an 

1495. * T^-. B. Mina -00 \n—ifther€ uw, B. k*= 1444 " . 



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cobalr, díed tbis year. — Caírpre, son of Aedh, son of Eógan, U^^S] 
Bon oí Niall Ua Neill jiinior, died tliis year, the Monday* 
before May Day. — Nicholas Dalton, namely, son of 
Edmond, son of Piers Dalfcon, was slain by Fergus, son 
of Edmond, son of Laisech, son of Eos T7a Ferghail and 
by the descendants of Henry Dalton. — Toirdelbach, son 
of John, son of Toirdelbach, son of John, son of Eogan 
TJa Eaighilligh and Aedh, son of Maelmordha, son of 
John, son of Eogan XJa Baighilligh, were slain in one 
place this year, namely, the 6th of the Kalends of June 
[May 27], WedDesda^, by Cu-Connacht, son of Maghnus, 
fion of Maelmoifdha of the Mullach. And Ca-Connacht 
himself was slain with cast of javelin in that same place by 
the same Aedh. And the javelin whereby fell Aedh him- 
self [was] througb him crosswise, whilst he was gÍTÍng 
that cast to him. And it ís doubtful wbetber [///. that] 
there was in Ireland at this time a man of Toirdelbach's 
age [year8] that was better as man and as leader than he. 
The castle of Tullach-Mo[n]ghain was taken by TJa 
Raighilligh, namelyy by John, son of Cathal, son of Eogan 
TJa SaighiUigh, at the end of a fortnight after that slay- 
ing and the descendants of Maelmordha of the Mullach 
went, with their cattle, to meet Ua Baighilligh. af ter that 
8laying. — Maghnus the Bald, son of Bedmund the Swarthy, 
son of Donn, son of Cu-Connacht Mag XJidhir, was 
treacherou8ly slain this year by Philip, son of Edmimd 
Mag Uidhir and by the freckled Gillie, son 
of Cu-Connacht Mac Gaffraigh, on the 6th of the KalendB 
of July [Jxme 26]. — Great raids [were made] in the 
Summer of this vear on Ua Cathaín, namel^, on John, son 
of Aibne, son of Diarmait Ua Catha[i]n, by Mac Uibilin, 
namely, by Walter, son of Cormac, son of Jenfcin Mao 
Uibilin. — ^Ua Domnaill, namely, Aedh the Bed, son of 
Miall Ua Domnaill the Bough, went to the house of the 



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890 ccNnocla: titcroti. 

bli<r5ain fi', tní fiia tti|nara'B. — THac-an-baifi'D 'Cifie- 
ConailU i'oon, OCerB Tnac-an-baiivD, 'o'heg in^ blia*ain 
fi^ — ^Silla-paDfiai^, mac' RemuinT)' hlli OCnluain, vo 
mafiba^ an^ bba^ain [fi]*" le mac Tne^ CCengufa, i-oon, 
le pei'bliniLi*], mac ae*a, mic CCirir^niic^'OCe^a'* me5 
▲ i08d OCengufa. — 5®í^^^''^* TnifeD, i-oon, ^^^Umacatli | maié 
•00 muinncifi CClafqfiain'o, mic Txmiaif piuíncex), th) 
mafiba* an blia^ain fi 7 emunT), mac CCincfiíu, mic 
an §illtt suifxm 'Oíui'd^ — íHas^ TTlaésamna 7 a 
clann 7 a bfiaiífie -00 "Denam imifice a peficmn cloinne 
Tlemuin'D TTles Tí)haé5amna 7 a lofsao leo 7 nafi'impo 
fiax), no gu puafiaDUfv bfiaigDi o 6LoinD Tííes TTlhaE- 
5amna^ — Tllac hlli T)omnaill, iDon, Conn, mac' CCe*a 
fiuai-B', mic^ NeiU gaifxB^ t)0 fui*e pa caiflen 8I151I 
in* blia*ain [fi] ím q[ia6aiB na lugnafa*. hlla"' 'Oom- 
naiU T)o éeacc' cum a taile fein", iT)on», co *Oun-na- 
n-JaU, o baile fii§ CClban, an** CCine lafi tugnafa** 7 
iméeafe T)ia-8aéaifin'' vó' áF leanmuin'' a mic coSLi^eafi. 
Ocuf nífx'' mof\ ^Ufi'Bean f^ f ai annfa taiLe, an qiaí* 
T)0 hmnifi'B T)o fLuag^ IfiTXHfx Connacc vo be€ cum an' 
BaiLe — afi TXififiain^ bfiiaín, mic rai-Bs, mic eo^ain hUi 
Confobaifi' — 7 an CaLbac, mac DomnaiLL, mic' Co^ain 
hUi^ Confobuifi^ t^o*" £ufi mic hUi T)omnaiLL o*n caif- 
Len^ Ocuf nifi' faiLoDUfi hUa T)omnaiLL pein do beií 
m** bu'5*' §oifie" doiB** ina zea6 fii5 CCLban^ Ocuf ni 
cime, no T^eice* do fiinne hUa "OomnaiLL Leifma f^eLaiB 
pn, a& Do €o5ait Leif a fioibe Dia* muinncifi* fan 
caif Len,eT5efi*' £oif 7 ea£*' 7 do tuaiL a n-agai'B® an T:-fLuai| 
7 DO bfiifO'B Leif ofifia 5U fona, fenaiíiaiL Ocuf do 
mafiba* ann bfiian, mac T3ai*5, mic Co^ain hUi' Con- 

1496. »cm, A, ^toécB. '--ó, A. •cróaifcA. "om.,A. »=1896«. 
■ifi ccm pn— íAoí iime — ad., B. »011 nocmaTiaé — on the morrow, B. 
^» a n-wcng— #/i5er, B, «-«ni mo ná «Do'n bcnle x>o coi-ó m con— *é had 
no mor$ thun goné to the toum when, B. ' 'n-a n-soiTie— in th^r vidnitjf, B. 



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king ^^ of Scotland tbis jear, a mouth before Lammas. — 
Mac-an-baírd oí Tir-Conaill, namelj, Aedh Mac-an-baird, 
died thÍ8 year. — Gilla-Padraig, son of Eedmund XJa 
hAnluain, was slain this jear by the son of Mag Aengusa, 
namely, by Feidhlimidh, son of Aedh, son of Art, son 
of Aedh Mag Aengusa. — Gerald Mised, namely, a good 
Foreign yonth of the people of Alexander, son of Thomas 
Plunket and Edmund, son of Andrew^ son of t he b 1 u e 
Gillie Tuite, were slain this year. — Mag Mathgamna 
and his sons and his kinsmen made an incursion into the, 
land of the sons of Bedmund Mag Mathgamna and it was 
burned by them and they tumed not until they got 
pledges from the sons of Mag Mathgamna. — The son of 
Ua Domnaill, namely, Conn, son of Aedh the Red, son of 
Niall the Bough, sat under the castle of Sligech this year 
about the time of Lammas. TJa DomnaíU came to his 
own town, that is, to Dun-na-Gall, from the town of the 
king of Scotland the Friday ^^ after Lammas and went on 
Saturday to follow his son to Sligech. And he had done 
nothing more than enter the town when it was told him 
that a host of Lower Connacht — at instigation of Brian, 
son of Tadhg, son of Eogan XJa Concobair — and the 
Calbach, son of Domnall, son of Eogan TJa Concobair, 
were [marching] to the town to put the son of XJa 
DomnaiU from the castle. And they thought not that 
T7a Domnaill himeelf was nearer to them than the house 
of the king of Scotland. And neither fear nor flight did 
Ua Domnaill at those tidings, but took with him what was 
of his own people imder the castle, both foot and horse, 
and 8truck out [ie. went] against the host and defeated 
them^ spiritedly , successfully . And there were slain there 
Brian, son of Tadhg, son of Eogan XJa Concobuir and 



[1496] 



"iTtii^.— Jaa. rV. For proofs 
oí the distinction with which 
O'Donnell was receÍTed, see O'D. 
ÍT. 1214. 



" i'VtVfa^.— Aug. 7. 
^Drfeated /Aem.—Lit., 
broletn <m thm by him. 



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109a 



cobuitx' 7 Ccrfigi mac ^OoTnnaiU, Tnic eogain, 7 THac 
*Oonn6ai'B 'Cifie-hOilelLa, iwn, Zah^ mac bfiiain, mic 
ConÉobaifi** THic T)onn£ai'5 7 hUa T)u1SDa, foon, eogan 
caefi, mac' Ruai'bfii hUi "Oub'oa'. Ocup vo gatla'B ann 
hlla Sa^fux^ i-oon'í^Oiafimaiu^mac eogain'^'DO bafca*" 
ann uile, eze\i satail 7 mafiba* 7 ba€a5: iT>on, oc- 
neamafi 7 qfii p6iT). *Oo mafiba* ann a pjiiíguin, i-oon, 
Txrbg, mac hlli bhai^ilU iDon, mac Meill, mic 'Coififi- 
•oelboil hlli bai'BiU. — THac tliUiam CLainni-Ricaifvo, 
iT>on, UiUeos, mac UiUeas, mic' UiUeas't t>o ée^c, 
fluag*, afx rafifiaing on Chalboig caeic, mic "OomnaiU, 
mic eogain, t>o ÉUfx hlli T)omnaiU o caif^len 8lip§ 
7* hlla "OomnaiU D'pasbail an 5airlein 7 THac UiUiam 
XK) ThiUiU'5 a puaifx fe t>o fia[i]nn hlli "OomnaiU a n- 
Ifeafi Connafc 7 caiflen clainni OCe^a, mic T)omnaiU 
caim THic *Oonn6ai'B, t>o lofca*^^ leif 7 u. T)Uine Degi 
er^peafi 7 líinaí, t>o Thu£a6 ann le T>eacai|. Ocuf** 
macaifi 05 fgiamaC | t>o b'in^ean T>'CCe'5, mac "Oom- 
naiU caim, t>o Thuca* ann^ — THac T)onn£ai'5 vo 
•Benam t>o Chaís, mac *OomnaiU caim Tílic' 
T)onn6ai'5', in** blia'^ain \^\ — hlla*' íleiLl, iDon, 
•OomnaLL, t>o ^enum cfiei5e moifie 5U beo^a, aic- 
efa£ afi hUa íleiLL eiLe, iT>on, afx Cnfii 7 ocxxifi, no 
naenifiafi, t>o mafibo* ann, T;im6eaLL mic eogain boiÍT; 
hUi WeiLL — hUa NeiLL, iT>on, Cnfxi 7 Tnag CCensufxi, 
iT>on, 000^5, mac CCifXT:, mic CCe-Sa TTleE CCengUfa 7 hUa 
hCCnLuain, iT>on, TnaeiL[-8h]ecLainn, mac pei*Lím[€e] 
hUi CCnLuain 7 mac THe^ THaégamna, iT>on, ^iLLa- 
poDfiaiE, mac CCe*a 015, mic CCe^a fiuai-B Tlles Tí)a6- 

1496. •-ÉTMít-A.; -«p«'6, B. 10.500,^. «bl., A. •moTi, ad.,B. 



" Went, eíc— '* Went into IiOw«r 
Connaoht and the extent of the 
eoimtrj tbmt O'Donnell destro^ed 
not bcdPore that m» deitroTed by 
him,*F.M. Thiareíérstoa^.ir. 



addition to the prerioas UUtér 
entrj, L e. that O'Donnell plon- 
dered and prejed Lia lóes in the 
ooontrj, nntil thej were ■nbmif 
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Tadhg, son oi Domnall, son of Eogan and Mac Donncliaidh 
of Tir-Oilella, namelj, Tadhg, son of Brian, son of 
Concobar Mac Donnchaidli and TJa Dnbda, namelj, Eogan 
Blind[eye], son of Ruaidhri XJa Dubda. And XJa Gadíra, 
namelj, Diarmait, son of Eogan, was taken there and, [in] 
all, there were desfcrojed there, by taking and slayíng 
and drowning, three score and ten. In the fight was slaín 
there Tadhg, son of XJa Baidhill, namelj, son of Niall, 
son of Toirdelbaeh Fa Baidhill.— [Then] Mac WiUiam of 
Clann-Ricaird, namely, TJlick, son of IIlick, son of XJlick, 
went^ [with] ahost, at instigation of the Calbach Blind 
[-eye], son of Domnall, son of Eogan, to put XJa DomnaiU 
from the castle of Sligech and XJa Domnall left the castle 
and Mac William destroyed what he found of the part of 
XJa Domnaill in Lower Connacht and the castle of the sons 
of Aedh, son of Domnall Mac Donnchaidh the Stooped, 
wasbumed by him andfifteen persons, both man and 
woman, were smothered in it by smoke. And a comely 
young maiden that was daughter to Aedh, son of Domnall 
the Stooped, was smothered in it. — Tadhg, son of 
Domnall Mac Donncbaidh the Stooped^ was made Mac 
Donnchaidh this year. — XJa Neill, namely, Domnall, made 
a great raid spiritedly, successfully on another Fa NeiU, 
namely, on Henry and 8, or 9, were slain there, around the 
son of Eogan XJa Neill t h e P o o r. — XJa NeiU, namely, 
Henry and Mag Aengusa, namely, Aedh, son of Art, 
son of Aedh Mag Aengusa and XJa hAnluain, namely, 
Mael[-Sh]echlainn, son of Feidhlimidh XJa hAnluain 
and the eon of [the] Mag Mathgamna, namely, Gílla- 
Padraig, son of Aedh junior, son of Aedh Mag Math- 



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obflerres that the AimalB ol UUter 
are "amoretxiiBtvrorthjchToniole 
than the AnnalBof the FoorMafl- 
tets" (iv. 1816). 



^^Madt, — ^ln niccession toTadhg, 
son of Brian, who waa Blain bj 
O'DonneU (next preTÍons item bnt 
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394 ccMtJoclxr uLcroTi. 

gainna, T)0 *til, fltia^f a PGfioiB-ínanaÉ. Ocuf baile 
íHic S^lla-txuai'b "00 lorga* leo co him[f]lan 7 t)0 
cuaDupaffin 'o'innfaili'B VOe^ Ui^itxj'oo bagpa'oaiii, 
níuna pa^baDaif fi€ o íHas Ui'Bifi, ^u Tnillp'oif a ríf 
pi baile hlli phlannagain. Ocuf n{ hatíila caf la vo^% 
a6z Do bcrouf 'oa oi'5ci "Do'n zae^ €-[f ]oiíi "00 Lo£ aji 
T)puini - pala6 7 niíilatíiaDaf 'oul caifxif pn a 
riíepninjf íHes tli*5if. Ocuf 'oo mapba^ mapcaÉ 
maié «00 muini^iii S^Ua-pa'Ofais íHes íllaésamna 
annfin 'oiB 7 'oo maiibaft mapcac eile vo muinn- 
cip íHeg CCenjUfa fOf. Ocuf cuc hlla Weill, i-oon, 
enfi o^, a b|xea€ pein 'oo fi€ vo íHhas Ui'Bip'Do'n rufiuf 
fin^ — Ofian, wiac Somaifile TTlic Caba, 'D'heg in' blia- 
B96c 'Bain'fi'. — I 'Ci^efnan hlla "OoiCelen 'o'hes in*'blia5ain 
p*'. — hlla bfieiflen 'o'hes, i'oon, eogan, mac eo^ain, 
mic peDfdif'', mic** 8aefi'5alai§^ i-oon, bfxeiéim Tlles 
Ui'Bifi 7** oifi£inne£ afi rfiian T)aifie-Í11haela[i]n. CC eg 
ím peil TTlíceil 7 hUa bfieiflen do Denarh do *Ooninall, 
mac ConCubaifi, mic Uilliam, mic OCifieÍOTi^ mic 
8haefi*alai§ hUi bfieiflen^ — TTlac gilla-fiuai'B, i-oon, 
bfiian, mac T)omnaill, mic' TTlaeil-T:8heclainn TTlic 
^illa-fiuai^', DO mafibo* le clainn bfiiain, mic' pei^ 
bm[€e]' hUi Tlai|illi| 7 le flicc *OuinD ^Beaain Tnég 
Ui^ifi a* n-T)oifie-lae|^ afi cafxfiaing clainni OmainD 
TTlhes Ui'5ifi,i'Don, OCe'5 7 ^illa-lfu. — CCn Cun'Daif,i'Don, 
insen Tlolain, mic 8afi eobafXD lufrof, bean lafila 
ChilLe-Dafia, D'he^ im^ Shaiíiain^ — ^5^''^^"®rP"^<5 t®c, 
mac TTI1C "Oomnaill, 'oo mafxba* maiUe fie pciD, no *ó, 
D'a muinni:ifi le TTlac UiCilín, i'Don, le UalTnip, mac 
Cofimaic, mic' Seinícin TTlic UiCilin 7 le hOCenguf, mac 

1696. « htli bfieiflen, ad., B. 



" Totvn 0/ Mae 0,—Baile Mic 
G. ; Balljmaokilro7, in Magher* 
aatephana bar., 00. Fer. (O'D. iy. 
1217). 



" Toum of Ua F.— An artificUl 
ifiland, in Lower Longh Eme, 
Magheraboj bar., 00. Fer. (ib.) 

^Druiuhr, — Bidgé of oak$; 



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AMNALS OF ULSTEB. 395 

gamna the Bed, went [with] a host into Fír-Manach. [1406] 
And the town of Mac GiUa-ruaidh^^ was burned by 
them completelj and they went from that to attack 
Mag TJidhir and threatened, nnless they obtained peace 
from Mag TJidhir» that they would destroy his country to 
the town of TTa Flannagain.^® And not thus it fell to them> 
bnt they were two nights on the east side of the Lough 
[Eme] on Druim-ralach ^^ and attempted notto go beyond 
that into the lordship of Mag TJidhir. And a good horse- 
man of the people of GiUa-Padraig Mag Mathgamna was 
slain there on their side and another horseman of the people 
of Mag Aengusa was slain also. Ajid TJa Neill, namely, 
Henry junior, gave his own ^ decision respecting \lit. of] 
peace to Mag Uidhir on that occasion. — Brian, son of Som- 
airle Mac Caba, died this year. — Tigheman TJaDoibhelen 
died this year. — TJa Breislen,namely^ Eogan, son of Eogan, 
son of Pierce, son of Saerdalach, that is, the brehon oí Mag 
TJidhir and herenagh of the Third of Daire-Maelain, died. 
He died about Michaelmas and Domnall, son of Concubur, 
son of William, son of Airechtadi, son of Saerdalach TJa 
Breislen, was made TJaBreisIen. — ^Mac Gilla-ruaidh, namel^, 
Brian, son of Domnall, son of Mael[-Sh]echlainn Mao 
GKlla-ruaidh, was slain by the sons of Brian, son of 
Feidhlimidh TJa Eaighilligh and by the descendants of 
Donn and of John Mag TJidhir, in Daire-laegh, at instiga- 
tion of the sons of Edmond Mag TJidhir, namely, Aedh 
and GiUa-Isu. — The Oountess, namely^ daughter of 
Roland, son of Sir Edward Enstace, wife of the Earl of 
Eildare, died about November Day. — Gilla-espuic the 
Little, Bon of Mac Domnaill, was slain, with a score, or 
two, of his people by Mac TJibilin, namely, by Walter, son 
of Oormac, son of Jenkin Mac TJibilin and by Aengus, son 



BramxBlla, % twnlnd. in Coole 1 ^Hi» oum.— A prolepiifl, refer* 
bar., oa Fer. (ib. 121S). I ring to Maguire. 



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896 aHnala; tilaroh. 

A i09b . T)ofnnailt sinpni ínic ^Oomncntt'. — | fltjai'5|\i ój, mac 
Htiai'5jm battaig', mic TntnpcetiTxtig baccaig, mic 'Ooni- 
naitt, mic TntiijiceíiTOi|' hUi ConcoBaip, vo mapba* 
SaijiiT)'* fioim MoDtaig* — iDon, an 'o-afta t^ijepna do bi 
ajx 8hti5ea6 7 o ptiaB antiaf an'^can fo^* — ^teifin msefina 
eite -00 bi ann an^* qfiaé fo\ iwn, pei'5tini[i'D], mac 
1Tla|ntifa, mic' bfiain, mic 'Oomnaitt, mic íntiifcefcaig' 
7^ te n-a bpaiétiiB eite. Octif 'Defbfaíaiji pei'o- 
tini[€e] -00 mapba^ ann te fltiai'5ixi aji an tacaiji fin, 
iwn, Tntnficefrac caed, mac Tna|ntifa, mic bpiain hUi 
Coníobaif 7 Tx)iffT)etbaÉ, mac Ruai^pi, mic bjiiain 7 
8eaan Ó5, mac 8eaain, mic fltiai'5fi battaig, aji an 
tacoiji ccCTa^ — ^^ijfifoetbac, mac Cuinn, mic' T)oni- 
naitt, mic eogain' hUi Meitt, i'oon, bjiaiaiji tnintijfi 
•Do' Soimnnot CCijn'oe-TnaÉa', "do mafba* annfa^ ChaBon 
le n-a ea6 i:éin do ^fieib. — CCn TJiufcif 8axana£ 'D'pag- 
bait ejienn an btia^ain [fi] tioim"' íl 00^015.— T)a mac 
hUi CCnttiain, i'Don, Tnujfica* jfitia* 7 ^^tta-paDi^aig, 
iT)on,ctann phei^tim^ée] hUi' OCnttiain', "do majnba^ te 
ctainn OCe^a, mic^eosain'* hUi Meitt' 7 te ctainn Coiji- 
pi\i, mic OCe^a hUi Meitt'. — OCn* "OatacunaC, iDon, 
Txjmof, mac emoinT), mic piafaif, mic piajiaif eite 
"Oatauun, vo gabait 7 hOCnjii, mac 8eaain, mic mic 
piajiaif "Oataxíun, T)0 majiba* im 8harfiain te Conn, mac 
OCifiT:, mic CuinT) hUi Tnhaeit[-8h]ectainn 7 te Tnaet- 
f uanaig, mac hUi Cejibaitt .— T)á mac «hemaif ', mic' 
Tnic batfionra, t)o majiba* in*^ btia^ain fi, iT)on', 8eon 
7 Remunn fiiaBaS — iT)on, 8eon, te ctainn fnuijiif baitif 
7 Remunn, te fsotójaib — aji bojfiT) OC€a-ctiafe. — Cian^ 
mac eogain, mic 'Comatraii h[U]i S^^^fia, T)*he5 00 
hobann an btia^ain fi7 fiixi: fite-^ f^n^ 

1496. ^ ifin, B. ^ tvoimi, B. «=1484»"» (om., C). r^i lOSd, f. m., 
t. h. , A ; om., B. 

V I^om^doum,See 1494, n. L i eIbo given at 1496. Bat thú, morc 
^Ltft, — Pojning's depmrtare íb | li^elj, íb the oorreot date. 



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ANNALS OF TJL8TER. 397 

of DoDinall Mac Domnail the Blue. — ^Roaidhri jtmior, son [1495] 
ol Euaídbri the Freclded, son of Muircertach the Lame, 
son of Bomnall, son of Muircertach Ua Concobair, namely, 
the second lord that was OTer Sligech and from the 
Mountain down'® this time, was elain, shortly before 
Christmas, bj the other lord that was there this time, 
namelj, Feidhlimidh, son of Maghnus, son of Brian, son 
of Domnall, son of Muircertach, and by his other kinsmen. 
And a brother of Feidhlimidh, namely, Muircertach 
Blind [-eye], son of Maghnus, son of Brian Fa Concobair 
and Toirdelbach, son of Euaidhri, son of Brian and John 
junior, son of John, son of Ruaidhri the Freclded, were 
slain in the same place by Ruaidhri. — Toirdelbach, son of 
Conn, son of Domnall, son of Eogan IJa Neill, namely, a 
Friar Minor of the community of Ard-Macha, was Idlled 
in CaTan by his own horse by a kick. — ^The Saxon 
justiciary left^ Ireland this year before Christmas. — ^Two 
SODS of Ua hAnluain, namely, Murchadh the Bed and 
GKlla Fadraig, namely, sons of Feidhlimidh Ua h Anluain, 
were slain by the sons of Aedh, son of Eogan Ua 'SeUÍ and 
by the sons of Cairpre, son of Aedh Ua Neill. — The 
Dalton, namely, Thomas, son of Edmond, son of Fiers, 
son of another Piers Dalton, was taken and Henry, 
son of John, grandson of Piers Dalton, was slain about 
líovember Day by Conn, son of Art, son of Conn Ua 
Mael[-Sh]echlainn and by Maelruanaigh, son of Ua 
CerbailL — ^Two sons of James, son of Mac Balronta, 
namely, John and Bedmond the Swarthy, were slain this 
year — to wit, John, by the sons of Maurice Walsh and 
Redmond, by farmers — on the border of Ath-cliath. — Cian, 
son of Eogan, son of Tomaltach Ua Ghulhra, died suddenly 
thisyearanda poet's m i r a c 1 e^i [was] that. 

^^J'^JÍiracle, — See another inatanoe I with therípe erudition oí Hardi- 
at 1024, tup, and cf. the Note on 1 man {IVaetSf etc,, Ir. Aroh. SocII. 
am$r$ (8tat KUk. XV.), replete I 66 sq.). 



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398 ccwMaLa: tilcroh. 

Ai09o[b.] lCaL lan. p. ui., U [xiii.%] 7' bLioftain bifex hí', OCnno 
"Oomini tn.* cccc* oco.** ui." JLaifne, mac HemainT), 
mic Ru^ixai'Be XTíe^ ITlhaígamna, do majfibaft 1 n-a €i§ 
póin a íTluineÉan Le J^LLa-paDjvais, mac íTles TTlhaé- 
gamna, iwn, mac CCe^a 015, mic OCe^a fiuai'B, mic' 
Hu§|iai'Be**',TOíicio* iDUf lanuajfin', annfa* n-ai'5£e*7Le 
n-a T)ej[ibfaÉaip eiLe, iT)on% Le Ruljiai'Be. Ocuf' ní 
éansaT^aji afe fe fgoLóga T^eg do 'Benam on mapbéa fin*. 
Ocuf vo^ jaba*' Rof, mac tnagnufa, mic' CCe^ jiuai-B 
tnes fHaésamna, Leo annfa* cig ceuna an'' oit)£i fin'^. 
— bfiian, mac HemainT) ÍHes TnhaCgamna/ cLann" 
A i09d 5l^r"®> ^^<^* RemainT)' | tnes tnaísamna', t)o' -BuL aji 
ci\ei£ af tnag tnaégamna 7 afi a cLainn, feaÉxmiain 
a n-T)iai§ JLaifne pein t)0 mapba* 7 an q[ie£ vo bjieií 
Leo / 8eon*, mac Con-ULaft, mic on 6aei6, vo mafiba* 
Leo* ann' 7 coicef, no fóifefi, mccpcafi vo majiba* ann, 
r^imíeaLL 8heo[i]n. Ocuf mac Tx)ii\fT)eLbai§, mic 
OCixT)§aiL, T)o mapba'B pa LuÉr na qfieice, iT)on, 8eaan'. — 
CaifLen CC€a-8eanai§ vo gabaiL a^ n-Diai§ MoDLaig* ajx 
bajiT)aiB hUi DomnaiLL Le mac hUi T)omnaiLL pein*, 
iT)on, Le* hCCe'B. — 8i€ vo •Benaiíi vo hUa T)omnaiLL jie 
CaiixbpeíaiB 7* cisefnruf T)*f ui|ie6 aj; peiDLim^i-B], mac 
tnagnufa, micbpiain 7 caifLen 8Li5i§ T)'fuipe£ ag an 
CaLba£ caec, mac T)omnaiLL, mic eo^ain hUi Concobaif '. 
— ^hUa Cuijinin T)'hej;, iT)on, Ruai-Bpi hUa Cuifnin. — 
eogan 05, mac' eosain, mic OCe^a' hUi T)haLai§, vhe^ 
in* bLia^am [fi] . — ^pLofinnm hUa Coficfá[i]n 7 a bean 

1496. ^ ipn, B. ■ bL, A ; none, B. Between the annual notation 
and the fírst entrj, A has a bl. = 19 IL, on 8 of which Íhe letten of 
the Latin alphabet are soribbled (n. t. b.). ^ITIeg ITIcri^omina, B. 
•^om., B. *-*a|v 5p,e6lai$ oi'oa— on a night incursion—uitee Tílaneóan. 
B. •=«^. "t)0 Bobail (inf.), after TTlaésamna, B. ffafter leo^ B. 
k = 1466 \ »*before btiian (with U f or leo), B. W = 1494 »*. 

1496. ^ After Chrittmas. » An- i reokoned from Jan. l. The entrj 
otber example of the A.p. not | beloogs [to 1496. Otherwiae (of. 



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399 



SalendB of Jan. on 6th fería^ [13th of the moon J and 
it [was] a Bissextíle year^ a.d. 1496. Glaisne, son of 
EnghraidheMag Mathgamna, was slain in his own house 
in Muinechan, on the 3rdof the Ides [llth] of January, 
in the night, by GiUa-Padraig, son of Mag Mathgamna, 
namelj^ son of Aedh junior, son of Aedh tbe Eed, son of 
Rughraidhe and by his other brother, namely, by 
Bughraidha And there went not but 16 farmers to do 
that 8laying. AndBos, son of Maghnus, son of Aedh Mag 
Mathgamna the Bed, was taken by them in the same 
house that night. Brian, son of Eedmond Mag Mathgamna 
and the sons of Glaisne, son of Bedmond Mag Mathgamna» 
wentona raid on Mag Mathgamna and on his sons, a 
week after Glaisne himself being slain and the prey was 
carríed off by them. And John, son of Ou-Uladh 
[Mac Mahon], son of the Blind [-eye], was slain by them 
there and five, or six, horsemen were slain there, around 
John. And the son of Toirdelbach, son of Ardgal, namely, 
John, was slain of the party of the raid. — The castle of 
Ath-Senaigh was taken after Christmas^ from the warders 
of TJa Domnaill by the son of Fa DomnaiII himself, 
namely, by Aedh. — ^Peace was made by Ua DomnaiU with 
the Oarbrians and the lordship remained with Feidhlimidh, 
son of Maghnus, son of Brian and the castle of Sligech 
remained with Oalbach BUnd[-eye], son of DomnaU, son of 
Eogan Fa Ooncobair. — Fa Cuimin, namely, Euaidhrí TJa 
Ouimin, died. — ^Eogan junior, son of Eogan, son of Aedh 
TJa Dalaigh, died this year. — Florence Fa Oorcrain, 
namely, an eminent harper and player of [other] stringed 
instruments and a very good vocalist and instrumentalist*, 
and his wife died in the castle of Ua BaighiUigh. — IJa 



[1496] 



the doable^lomned itema oí thÍB 
year), the attempt to retake wonld 
liaTej conaiderabl^ preoeded tbe 



Beiznre of tbe castle. 

^Oood — instmmintalitt. — See 
14S9, n. 5. 



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400 



ccMiaccla: tiLcrot). 



B 96d v'he^ a cair|LeTi hUi flcn|illi§, it)oti, fai ciiuiui|ie 7 
pijx fi&o -f peii bti'B jioiBinT) "do bet 7 "do toim*. — ^hUa 
T)ubT)a D'heg in btiaiain pi, iT)on*, . . * — hUa Weitt, 
iT)on, T)omnatt, mac &ni\i, mic' eogain' 7 a •Bíaf mac, 
iT)on', bfiian 7 eogan', T)o 'But aji cfieiÉ ajx hUa Meitt 
eite, iT)on, ajx &n|ii 05, mac' Gnixi, mic Gosain' 7 Wiatt, 
mac ToiiijiT^etbaig ixuai-B hUi Neitt 7 T)iaf majicafi eite 
T)0 majiba^ teo ann 7 mac hUi ílleatta[i]n t)o gabait 
teo, iT)on', Rugpai'Se, mac eogain hUi fneatta[i]n' 7 
an cpeac T)o éabaifiT: teo 5U beo'Ba* o Chfieig baite 
hUi 8hepcaig. Ocup ap 1 fin an ceciiama5 qiefi pcec* 
T)0 fiisne T)omnatt ajx &njii / aj[x ajn'gaB teif' •Bo [t)o] 
mapba^ hUa Neitt eite, it)on, Conn. Ocuf an Safeaim 
a n-T)iai§ peite* bin^oe* t)o' fona* fín'. — hUa ^ait- 
mpe'Saié'^ T^'eg in* btia^ain fi', iT)on, bfian^ — ^hUa 
ptanna5a[i]n 'Cuaiíi-Raía, iT)on, ^ittibefc, mac' Cop- 
muic, mic 5itta-lfU hUi phtanna5a[i]n', T^'heg a cóf 
eafpail na' btio&na . — fHag 8amiia'5ain, iT)on, T)omnatt 
befnac, mac' "Comaif, mic pejigait tíles SamfaT^ain', 
T)o mafbaft a peatt te ííla|nuf, mac' Comaif, mic 
Comoif', mic* pefsait' ÍHes" 8aThiur5ain"* 7 te ctainn 
CCe'5a, mic' eo^an', mic* Comaif, mic peflait" 7 te 
ctainn mic bpiain "Cheattail-eacac, iT)on% 'Ca'55 7 
Pitib, iT)on, ctann pheí'5tim[€e], mic biviain*. a" Cem- 
pott-an-puifT: t)o' i\ona'5 \\x\ ta peite* befaig, o" ceann 
btia'ona o'n ta t)0 baéa'5 a T^efbfauaif eiti 7 a £enn- 

A uoa pine*'. — I OCn S^UfCif Saxanafi T^'fagBoit Cpenn in 
btia'5ain fi. — CCn" 'Oatacunafi, iT)on, Tx)maf, mac 
CmainT), mic pmfaif T)atcrcún, T)'fuaftu5a'5 af qxi ceT; 

1496. '-oéa, A. '-icA. *-i, B. '■i|iTnleaéai'ó, B. ^half lineeraaed^A ; 
nobl.,B. ^1111^5^1111111-,^^.,^. «-«alsoaftereogam, B. n = 1396«. 



» WiUiam, eíc— The words in [] 
are taken from the other Va D, 
entrj (next, bnt ten) oí this jear. 

^Slain. — See the third entry of 
1493. 



» Saturdap.—Feh. 6. 

« T,'an-p.~~Temple of th4 bani; 
Templeport par., Tolljhaw bar., 
co. CaT. It Í8 taken literallj heze ; 
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ANNALS OP ULSTBR. 401 

Dubda^ namely, [William, son of Domnall the Frecfcled'] [1496] 
died this year. — ^Ua NeiU, namelj, Domnall, son of 
Henry, son of Eogan and his two sons, namely, Brian 
and Eogan, went on a raid on another XTa Neill, namely, 
on Henry junior, son oi Henry, son of Eogan and 
Niall, son of Toirdelbach XTa Neill the Red and 
two other horsemen were slain by them there and 
the son of XTa Mellain, namely, Rnghraidhe, son of 
Eogan XTa Mellain, was taken by them and the prey was 
8piritedly carried off by them [even] from the fortress of 
the town of XTa Shercaigh. And that was the 24th raid 
that Domnall made on Henry and on what adhered to him 
Bince the other XTa Neill, namely, Conn, was slain.* And 

the Saturday5 after the f east of Brigit that was done. 

XTa Gailmredhaigh, namely Brian, died this year. — TTa 
Mannagain of Tnath-ratha, namely, Gilbert, son of 
Cormac, son of QiUa-Isu TTa Flannagain, died in the 
beginning of the Harvest of the year. — Mag Samradhain, 
namely, Domnall GFapped[-tooth], son of Thomas, son of 
Fergal Mag Samradhain,. was slain in treachery by 
Maghnns, son of Thomas, son of Thomas, son of Fergal 
Mag Samradhain and by the sons of Aedh, son of Eogan, 
son of Thomas, son of Fergal and by the sons of Brian of 
Tellach-Eathach, namely, Tadhg and Philip, that is, sons 
of Feidhlimidh, son of Brian. In Tempoll-an-pnirt® that 
was done, on the feast day of Berach, at the end^ of a 
year from the day his other brother and his tribe-head 
was drowned. — ^The Saxon ju8ticiary left Ireland this 
year. — ^The Dalton, namely, Thomas, son of Edmond, 
son of Piers Dalton, was liberated for 300 roarhs and for 



murdered sfc the altar, whioh bore 
signa stíU Tiáble oí Uie blows. 
The ohorch in qneBtioii, donbtless, 
wf» ihat oí Inch (the Inis Mad- 



do[%\c of the St. GhU Príseian, 194a), 
in Templeport Lake. 

' At the end, eío.— See aixth entrj 
oí 1495. 

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402 ccMMOia tilcrot). 

maiis 7 ai\ cei€|ii piéiT: 'oheg bo a n-ptl ajx ruaiC baile- 
na-nse* o Chonn, mac CCiixt:, micCumn hUi tnaeil[-8h]- 
e£lainn 7 o mac mic hUi CejibuilU — ^hUa T)alai§ 
bfieipne, i'oon, LoSlainT), mic' UiLLiam', mic* CCe^a* hUi' 
"OhaLaig', •o'hes "do na cne5aiB uica* aiji an* oi'd£i vo 
maiiba*" J^aifne** íílas tnaíganina'' ^o^ z\^ '^Ái\\n\e 
péin. — ^hUa pe|i|aiL, iwn, Ru5iiai'5e, mac CoéaiL, vhes 
in' bLia'&ain fi'. — Ru§íiai'5e% mac IjxiaiL hUi phetigaiL, 
iDon, Leíuaife^ eiLe na hCCngaiLe, "do gabaiL Le hefpoc 
na hCCn^aiLe, iDon, Le hUiLLiam, mac T)onn£aí'5, mic 
UiLLiam hUi' pefgaiL 7" hUa petigaiL "do gaijxm Wn 
efpoc' pein* an bLia^ain ceuna*. — hUa pefgaiL' aiLe vo 
saiixm 1 n-a a6ai§ fin "do CotoS, mac 'Comaif, mic' 
CaéaiL', mic' 'Chomaif hUi pefgaiL*. — fnac Saji 
eDbafT) lufcaf (Cufcace"), i'oon, RoLan, T)'hes a n-T)efe'5 
na bLia-Sna [fa], eceji' va NoT^Laig': iT)on, an c-e Le 
n-T)efna* tnainifcif CiLLe-cuiLinT). — hUa T)ubT)a T^'heg 
an' bLia'Sain fi*, iT)on', UiLLiam, mac T)omnaiLLbaLLai§, 
mic' TnaeiLpuanaig', mic' Ruai-^fi* hUi' T)uBT)a'. Ocuf* 
hUaT)ubDaT)0'5enam 1 n-aína5T)obfian 05, mac btiiain 
hUi "OhubT)a'. — hUa T)o6afTOi5, iT)on, bfiian, mac T)om- 
naiLL hUi' "OofapTxiig', T^'heg. Ocuf' hUa T)o£afTOi§ 
T^c^enam t)0 Sheaan hUa T)o£afTxtig Leif hUa n-T)om- 
naiLL, iT)on, Le hCCe-^ fua**. — eithaf, mac bfiain, mic 
NeiLL JhaLLTxx hUi NeiLL, do mafba'5 a peaLL 7 a 
T^efbfiataif eiLe, xvon, Cosan, t)o fgaéa* an La ceT^na 
Le n-a n-T)iaf T)efbf aéap eiLe, iT)on, Le Conn f ua6 7 Le 
pei['5]Lim[i'5],a*T:uf an c-8amfai'5*.— baiLe mesmhaí- 
A iiob gamna t)o | Lofga*, iT)on, baiLe CCe^a 015, mic CCeia 

U96. <^afterP-P. p-p after m. MbeforeP-P. ' htla PeT\]^ail ad., B. 
■ = 1392 \ 



• Baile-na-n. — Tumlnd, of the 1 bar., oo. Wstm. 
g0i8e ; appaientlj, in Bathconrath | ' Slain^ — First item oí this jear. 



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ANNALS OF ULSTSB. 403 

14 soore oows in pledge for the distriot of Baile-na-gedh^ [1496] 
bj Conn, son of Art^ son of Oonn XJa Mail[-Sh]eclaínn 
and by the grandson ot XJa Cerbaill. — ^Ha Dalaigh of 
BreifDe, namelj, Lochlainn, son of William^ son of Aedh 
Ua Dalaigh, died of the wounds that were given to him 
the night Glaisne Mag Mathgamna was slain^ in the 
hoose of Glaisne himself. — ^XJa Ferghail, namelj, Bugh- 
raidhe, son of Cathal, died this jear. — ^Bughraidhe^ son 
of Irial ITa Ferghailf namelj, the other joint-chief of the 
Anghaile, was taken by the bishop^^ of the Anghaile, 
namelj, bj WiUiam, son of Donchadh, son of William 
(Ta Ferghail and the bishop himself was proclaimed ITa 
Ferghail the same jear. Cetach, son of Thomas, son of 
Cathal» son of Thomas ITa Ferghaíl, was proclaimed 
another XJa Ferghail after that.^The son of Sir Edward 
Enstace, namely, Boland — ^to wit^ he by whom was bnilt 
the monastery^ of Cell-cuilinn — died at end of this year> 
between the two Nativities [Dec. 25-^an. 6]. — ^XJa Dabda, 
namely, William, son of Domnall the Freckled, son of 
Maelruanaigh, son of Buaidhri XJa Dubda, died this year. 
And Brian junior, son of Brian XJa Dubda, was made XJa 
Dubda in his stead. — XJa Dochartaigh, namely, Brían, son 
of Domnall XJa Dochartaigh, died and John XJa Dochartaigh 
was made XJa Dochartaigh by XJaDomnaill,namely,by Aedh 
the Bed. — ^Eimer, son of Brian, son of NiaU XJa Neill the 
Foreign, was slain in treachery andhis otherbrother,namely, 
Eogan, was maimed the same day, in the beginning of Sum- 
mer, by his two other brothers, namely, by Conn the Bed 
and by Feidhlimidh. — The town of Mag Mathgamna^ 
namely, the town of Aedh junior, son of Aedh the Bed, son 

lOBt'Mop.— Of Azdagli;ob. 1616 . Donogh). 
(Ware,*!2M,whereheiflerroiieou8ly ^ 3fomMtery.— .Last entij, bnt 
oaUed FiiE-Donald, instead of Fitz- | one^ of 1486. 

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404 ocNNOtoc uloroTi 

liuoi'B, mic Ruliicn'Bi, le biiian, niac HeTnainn, mic 
Ru|tiai'5i, a rur an r-Shaiftfiai'B*.— 5^tla-paT)fiaic% mac 
íne5 Tnaéganina, iDon, mac OCe^a 015, mic' CCe^a jitiai'B', 
mic* Rtiltiai'Be tne^ fnaígamna', w mafiba* apeall 
teif hUa n-CCnltiain, i'oon, le maeil[-«h]e^inn, 
mac pei'5lim[€e] hUi' CCnttiain' 7 te n-a bpaiítiiB, i'oon, 
te hCCp.'Dsaii 7 ajioite, ifin coice* lCatmnn "do thí 
ItJin** 7 a 'oeiibTicrfiaifi eite*, ithmi, ©lAeii, do gaBait in 
ta ceCTa Ocur* tnag tnaégamna 7 a caefvai'Be^T: 7 
ctann tna|ntifa fne^ Tnaígamna vo •out a ceann hUi 
Rai§itti| 7 ^cítt, te •oenam an AafBca fin 7 bjiian, 
mac Remuinn 7 ctann ^í^r^^i ^^c Remain'o Tneg tnoc- 
gamna, 'oobfieiC a caejiai'BefiTXi teo a pejin-iíiuiétB,i'oon, 
a feíia[i]nn tnhes mae^amna 7 Shitta-paDjnaig*. — | 
B 97a ^oinenn moji in btioBain fi, innuf i^u' foilSe* áji a'obut 
aji" BuaiB 7* afi na huite eattaigiíT ajficena^ TxrSaifi 
Thof 1 n-ufihof epenn in btia^oin [fi] 7 TX)ifmejpc mof 
ap cigeDUf na btioBna. — ^hUa Tiomnaitt, iT>on, CCe-B 
fUoB, mac* Meitt saiftT, -oo -But a n- OijigiattaiC «00 
Éungnum te bfxian, mac Remuin'o meg maSgamna 7 a 
n-T)ut te 6eite affin* a teanrhuin mheg ma^amna a^ 
m-bpeipne hUi* Raigittig" 7 an meiT) vo imfioDafi t)o 'n 
nf 7 CU1T) hUi Raigittig T)o'n ChaBan t)o tofcoB teo 
7 cfefa 7 mittui t)0 T)enam t)oiB af 5^ttra6c maSaifie 
Oiféiatt afíf. — hUa btiiain, jfií 'Ciía^-muman, iT)on, 
Concobuf , mac Tx)iíijiT)etbai§ hUi bjfiiain, T)'he?; in' hoc 
anno* 7 a T)ejibj[iaCaif eite, iT)on, an 5^^^^ t)uB 
hUa*" bfiain*, vo f iga'B 1 n-a ina*. 

mag Ui^ijfi, iT)on, Seaon, mac pitib, mic' 'Chomaif mheg 

Ui^ifi,' 

1496. tYTla5, atfir8t,batdotewerepatimderTTlogA. «*«cocaca6— 
wu in/íieted, B (not 0). ^'^cet^-^ttU, a 



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ANNALS OP ULSTER. 405 

of Eugliraidlie Mag Matbgamna, was bnmed by Brían, [1496] 
son of Redmond, son of Baghraídlie, in. the beginning of 
Summer. — GHUa-Padraig, son of Mag Mathgamna^ namely, 
Bon of Aedh jnnior, son of Aedh tbe Eod, son of Bngb- 
raidhe Mag Mathgamna, was slain in treacherj hj XJa 
bAnlnain, namely, by Mael[-Sh]echlainn, son of Feidh- 
limidb Ua hAnluain and by his kinsmen, namely by 
Ardgar and another, on the 5th of the Ealends of the 
month of June [May 27] and his other brother, namely, 
Eimer^ was taken the same day. And Mag Mathig^amna 
with his cattle and the sons of Maghnns Mag Mathgamna 
went to join XTa Raighilligh and the Foreignors, through 
doing of that slaying and Brian, son of Bedmond and 
the sons of Glaisne, son of Bedmond Mag Matbgamnai 
took their cattle with them into Fem-magh, namely, 
into the land of Mag Mathgamna and of GiUa-Fadraig. — 
Great inclemency this year^ so that there was enormous 
destruction on beeves and on other cattle also. Great 
dearth in the greater part of Ireland this year and great 
hindrance on the husbandr^ of the year. — JJsl Domnaill, 
namely, Aedh the Red^ son of Niall the Bough^ went 
into Oirghialla to aid Brian, son of Bedmond Mag Math- 
gamna and tbey went together from that in pursuit of 
Mag Mathgamna into the Breifne of XJa Baighilligh and 
the extent they traversed of the country and the part of 
Fa Raighilligh of Cavan were bumed by them and raids 
and devastations were done by them on the Foreign 
settlement of the Flain of Oirghialla agaÍD. — XJa Briain^ 
king of Thomond, namely, Concobur^ son of Toirdelbach 
XJa Briain, died in this year and hisother brother^ namely, 
[Torlough] the black G i 11 i e XJa Briain^ was made 
Idng in his stead. 

Mag XJidhir, namely, John son _of Fhilip, son of Thomas 
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4o6 ocNtiaia: ulorDíi. 

(A) (B, C) 

vo tvíl ofi ixxfiivaiT)^ CCeta, vo gábonl le Conn, mac 
mic hUi "Oomnaill, vo étip, OCeta fvtiai'ó, tnic Heill S€np,b 
Ctiinfi, mic hUi 'Oomnaill, o htli *Oomnaill, a 'Cefimonn 
toiflen 0C6a-8enai$ 7 Conn ÍTlej [C]p^t 7 bfiian 05, 
•Do áti|i o'n éaiflen T)oib 7 mac bfiiain, mic pilib ÍTles 
Xl\as Wi*iTV T)'a leanmtiin co 111*6111, t>o map,baó ann 7 
'OtinHna-nSall 7 'Otin-na- Cmtinn cafiivaó, mac an aipr- 
nSallT>olofca^ai:6f laei. | óiT>eéain, mic Cacail moi|i 
A llOc Conn 7 eip,gi-amaó 'Chifve- ÍTlic TTlaJntifa 7 "Oonnéaó, 
ConaiU 7 Innfi-hOogain 7 mac "Otiinn, mic pilib TTleg 
"Oaprp^gi TTleg phtannóróa tli'6i|i 7 CC|VC, mac 'Cai'ój 
TH) fmpoó a cofiaróeóc afi T>t]bfailiS, mac TTlic Cfiaié 
TTlog Uitip, 7 a|i CCe6 co TTles tli6ifv 7 Silla-paT>|iai5, 
Ceiimonn X)abe6o[i]5. Octif mac ^iUebefvc hUi pilon- 
TTlag [Cjfiait, iT>on, Tlaai'6p,i, na^ain, t>o mafiba^ ann 7 
mac X>iap,maca, mic TTlhapr- apaile. Octif T>ei6 n-eic ap 
cti[i]f TTleg [C]tiait, iT>on, cec eaé T^'fagbail ann. 
comapba ocn Cef\mainT>, t>o tea^ail T)oib ocnnfa Cep,mann 
7 hé T)'a fo^pxx T>o Conn 7 t>o ChonaUconb jan a óomaipce 
fein, na comaifvce ccn Cep,mainT), t>o bpife6 a|i TTlag Ui-^ip^ 
Octif níp,' [f ]aemaT)ti|i fan fin 7 TTlag Uitiii 7 a mt]innci|i 
T)'imte6c ap, eigin, no ^ti txxpla a n-ei6 tiile a cpiatpaé 
bo5 moinnj, inap.' ííogaib fiaT> .T>ei6 n-eió a|i cec eac. Octif 
bpife6 ap. mtiinni:ip, TTleg tliT&ip, leiffin 7 TTlag tli-6ip,T>o 
gabail a comaipx^e an Cep.mainT> 7 TTlej [C]pai6 7 va pep, 
T)he5 vo mafiba:^ ann, i:imceall bp,iain 015, mic bp^iain, mic 
Pilib TTle^ tli'6ip., T>o mapba6 an la ap namapac la clainn 
GCe6a TTleg tli'6i|i 1 n-a pepxxnn fein 7 cimcill 6mainT) 
cafipxnS, mic on aifvóiT)eoóain TTlic TTlagnafa 7 'Oonncai'6, 
mic Thiinn, mic pilib TTleg tlitip, 7 Silla-paDtvaij, mic 
htli Vtanna^ain, iT>on, mac ^iUibepr, mic Cop,maic htli 
ptanna^ain 7 CCipr, mic ^^1*65 T)abfailiJ, mic TTlic Cfvoit 
TTleg tlitip. 7 aponle. 

^ Conn, — He was besieging | (2nd item of this jear). 
BaUjshannon CMÍle^ whioh had ^ BraUetioiL—See 1104, n. 4; 
been seised bj hif bzother, Hngh I 11€2, nn. 1, 2 ; 1896, n. 2. 



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ANNALS OF UL8TKB. 



407 



(A) 
wenti at instigation of Aedl), 
aon of T7a Domnaill, to put 
Oonn,i2 son of XJa Dom- 
naiU, from the oastle of Ath- 
Senaigh and Gonn was put 
from the castle by them and 
Mag Uidhir parsued him to 
Dun-na-Gtkll and Dun - na - 
Gall was burned in the be- 
ginning of daj. Oonnandthe 
rising-out of Tir-Oonaill and 
Inis-Eogain and Dartraighe 
of Mag Flannchadha tumed 
in pursuit on Mag XTidhir and 
on Aedh as f ar as the Ter- 
mon of [SiJ Dabeog. And 
Mag Oraith, namelj, Kua- 
idhriy son of Diannait, son 
of Mark Mag Oraith, namelj. 



(B,C) 
was taken bj Oonn, son of 
Aedh the Red, son of Niall 
TTa Domnaill the Bough, in 
the Termon of Mag Oraith 
and Brian junior, son of 
Brian, son of Fhilip Mag 
TTidhir, was slain there and 
Edmund Oarrachi son of the 
Archdeacon, son of Oathal 
Mor MacMaghnusaandDon- 
chadh, son of Donn, son of 
Philip Mag TJidhir and Art, 
son of Tadhg the blac^-ejed, 
son of Mao Oraith Mag 
Uidhir and Gilla-Padraig, 
son of Gilbert TTa Flanna- 
gain, were slain there and so 
on. And 110 horses were 
abandoned there. 



[14981 



coarb of the TermoD, met them in the Termon and pro- 
daimed it to Oonn and to the Oonallians not to breah his 
own protectioD,^^ nor the protection of the Termon, against 
Mag TJidhir, And thej brooked not that and [accordinglj] 
Mag TTidhir and his people went perforce, until their horses 
came into soffc, shaking turf, in which they left 110 horses. 
And with that, the people of Mag TTidhir were brohen^^ and 
Mag TTidhir was taken within the protection of the Termon 
and of MagOraith and 12 persons were slain there, including 
Brian junior, son of Brian, son of Philip Mag TJidhir, who 
was slain on the morrow by the sons of Aedh Mag TTidhir in 
his own land and induding Edmond Oarrach, son of the 
Archdeacon^^ Mac Maghnusa, and Donchadh, son of Donn, 
son of Philip Mag TTidhir and OiUa-Padraig, son of TTa Flan.. 
nagain, namely, son of Oilbert, son of Oormac TTa Flannagain, 
and Art, son of Tadhg the black-eyed, son of Mac Oraith Mag 
TTidhir and so on. 

^^ Broben. — Tbat la, defeated. | " Arch(kacon.^Dieá 1441, wp. 



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408 ccMwccla: vlomh. 

Coinne' ecefv hUa tlai|itli§, 1*0011, Seaan, mac Caéaal, 
niic ft>sain, mic 8heaain hUi RaigiLlig 7 Tnag mafr 
Samna, iwn, CCe^ 05, mac CCe^ |itiai'5, mic flu|^i'5e 7 
clann fnagntifa, mic CCe^a |iuai'5, mic Ruljvai'Be, do 
CaeC ann 7 bjxian, mac HemainT), mic Rti||iai'5e 7 
clann '^^\xr\ey mic Rémtiinn, mic Rtigiuii^e, "Do'n caeB 
eile. Ocup fi€ "do -^enam annfa £oinne euefi Oii\§ial- 
laiB pein 7 ceao tójxai'^e&ca 'D'pagBait do bhixian 7 do 
ctainn Jhtairne ajv hUa Raigittig 7 afi Tnag VTiab' 
Samna 7 a|v ctainn fHagntifa Octir* tílac Caba "oo 
matiba* aji^ an cofiai'^efic fin^ i'oon, fHafisamain, mac 
tnaeit[-8h]e€tainn mic Caba, te 'Ctiaéat^mac eDBajiT), 
mic Rti|tiai'5e'' Tneg Tnhaégamna, xi.* v^e menfif OCtis- 
tifci'. — Omonn, mac "Oomnaitt bain hUi tlai|itti|,'o'he5 
in' btia^ain r^'.— pnnétiata, insen Tnhej Ui-^if, iDon, 
insen'Comaif oi5,mic"Comaif moif' (iDon', an ^^^^ci 
•ou C') Tne5 Ui-^ip, iDon, ben Tnheg' Tnaégamna^ iT)on, 
CCe'5a 015, mic CCe^a fiuai*, Vheg in' btia*ain' [fij. — 
Tnag Tnaégamna vo '^enum «00 bfian, mac tlemainT), 
A iiod mic' I Ruéfai'5e, in btia'5ain fi' a* n-ina5 CCe-^a 015, mic 
CCe^a f uai'^, mic Ru|ivai'5e, ta peite Tnotaiffi 7" CCe-^' 
05 ajv n-a •5atta'5 foime fin^ — ^Doinenn poihof a po|- 
mufv na' btia-^na fa', teVmitte* cac uite* gu* coiccenn^ 
fa n-a n-apbannaiB 7 5U haifigi a pefaiB-TnanaC — 
lajvta Citte-T)afa, iT)on, 5®foÍT), mac Tx)maíf, mic' 
8eo[i]n fiaím', t)o €efe a n-6finn an btia'5ain fi, fe&- 
muín fe peit TníSeít, 1 n-a ^híufdf ajv ^attaib na 
hefenn 7 f a onóifv moi|v o |vi§ Saxan 7" ingen T^eijvBfea- 
€af an tvi| fein t)o thnai teifi iT)on, íngen abbai'5 
Jtaifbeifig. — Tnac SuiBne Chífe-basaine T^'heg an 
btia5aín fi, iT)on, Tnaet-Tnuífe". 

1496. •<!, B. '-cinni (ab.), B. "|»liéc Uemwxír\^4e»cendant9 of 
Redmond^ B. >-< 1. m., t. h., A ; om., B. T-xalBO (n. t. h., A ; t., B) after 
fitiai'ó oí thi8 and HngTiai'De oí the nezt entrj. ■-^1394 ^. 

^^Molaiue, — Of tbe 43 bo named | the fint, the patron of Dereniah 
in the ffm. LitU (L. L. 868a, b), | (Sep. 12), iamoatprobabljintended. 



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ANNALS OF ULSTEB. 409 

A meetíng [was beld] between Fa RaíghiUigh, namelj, [1496] 
John, Bon of Cathal, son of Eogan, son of John IJa Baíghil- 
ligh and Mag Mathgamna, namely, Aedh junior, son of 
Aedh the Bed, Bon of Bughraidha And the sons of Magh- 
nus, son of Aedh the Eed, son of Rughraidhe [were] on one 
side there and Brian^ «on of Bedmond, son of Bnghraidhe 
and the sons of Glaisne, son of Bedmond, son of Bugh- 
raidhe, on tbe other side. And peace was made in the 
meeting between the Oirghialla themselTes and leave to 
pursue was got bj Brian and by the sons of Glaisne 
against XJa BaighiUigh and against Mag Mathgamna and 
against the sons oí Maghnua And Mac Oaba, namelj, 
Mathgamain^ son of Mael[-Sh]echlainn Mao Caba, was 
slain on that pursuit by Tuathali son of Edward^ 
Bon of Bughraidhe Mag Mathgamna, the llth 
day of the month of August. — ^Edmond, son of Domnall 
Ua Baighilligh^ died this year. — ^Finghuala, daughter of 
Mag Uidhir, namely, daughter of Thomas junior, son 
of Thomas Mor (the black Gillie) Mag Uidhir, 
namelyy wife of Mag Mathgamna, namely, of Aedh 
juniori son of Aedh the Bed^ died this year. — ^Brian, son 
of Bedmond, son of Bnghraidhe, was made Mag Math- 
gamna this year in the place of Aedh junior, son of Aedh 
the Bed| son of Bughraidhei the feast day of Molaisse^® 
and Aedh junior had been blinded before that. — ^Very 
great inclemency in the HarTcst of this year, whereby 
eYery one in general was ruined in his crops and par- 
ticularly in Pir-ManacL — The Earl of Xildare, namely, 
Gerald, son of Thomas, son of John the Stooped, came 
to Ireland this year, a week before Michaelmas^ as jus- 
ticiary over the Foreigners of Ireland and with great 
honour from the king of the Saxons and a daughter^^ of the 
brother [uncle] of the king himself , namely, daughter of the 
abbotof Glastonbury, his wife, with him. — ^Mac Suibne of 
Tir-Bagaine, namely, Mael*Muire, died this year. 

^ Daughtfr. ^"Eint oonain of i fint wile died 1495, «»;>. 
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410 CCMMalCC tilCCDtl. 

(A) 
htla "00111110111, iT>on, CCe* p,ticrt, mac Weill, mic TxMfifi- 
Dolbaig an pma -j a mac, iT>on, Conn, -00 ligsn Tnhe^ 
Ui-óiii af a laimjeéaf, an 8a(ap,n p« Samain, X)o ÍTlhag 
[C]|vait 7 •Do'n refimtinn. Octif THXfi le caé nap,' imflann 
Do rveitisfec |ie 'Oabeaog, no ffiifin T^efimanT), ap. fon 
cofi* b'eicen t>o mec eigin faaflaic6i t>o tabaitiz; ticróa fein 
af fw fOfv lx>maif Tneg Ui'óiri boi a n-jobans il bliaóna 
occa T>o tabatfiu of lUoim [íJ]i 'Oomnaill 7 a mic, iDon, 
CtiinD. 

(B, C) 
TTIaE tli^fv Do li^ean af a laimDecnf le fli6c hUi n-'Oom- 
naiU a n-onoi|i an 'Ceiimtiinn 7 TTIes [C]|vai<; 7 afi a |ia[j]nn 
7 ap. a Bfuro fein 7' afiaile'. 

Tna5 fnaésamna 05, iDon, btiicm, mac RematnD 7 
fliSi: RemainD aitiÉena D'fagbail an Io6to-ci|i 7 a 
n-Dul a peixn-maigi 7 ftifo CCe^ |itiai'B do duI a|i an 
Lti&:-tn5i a n-Diai| «amna ifin btia'5ain fi". — fnag 
moísamna, iDon, CCe* 05, mac' OCe'Ba titiai*', do 05 
laji n-a Datta* afea* foitíie fin ; iDon, ta p eite® íntiiíie 
ifin Jeimtie* acbait, lajx m-buai* OnsÉa^ 7 aiÍTii|e®.— 
'Ci^eíinan, mac Cobtaig, mic OCiixt: hUi Ruaiixc, do 
Tnajnbo* a peatt ta petigat, mac Coéoit battaig, mic' 
Aiiia cCipT; hUi Ruaiixc | 7 te ctainn Uaiíne, mic Coéoit 
battaig. — niac ^oiBií Ctainm-Conniíiais D'heg in' 
btia'bain [fi]* 7 in ínac T)aiBi€ do ixigneD 1 n-a incrb 
Do mai\ba'5 te ctainn Ruai'5|ii Hlic TJiajvmaDa, iDon^ 
'CcrBs 7 apaite* 7 teifin Catbafi Caec, mac' "Oomnaitt, 
mic eosain' hUi Confobaip.— Hlac'' J^ifDeatB do 
gabait in btia'fiain fi te ctainn Ruai'5t\i tnic T)ia|x- 

1496. HA. »n-,A. 



" Saturdajf.^Oot. 29. 1 » Jlíag U., #í«.— The preoÍB, it is 

^^Him, — The termoner, Mag^ I apparent, mimpreBenta the ori- 
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ANNALS OF TJLSTEB. 411 

(A) [1496] 

Ua Donmailli namelj, Aedh the Bed, son of Niall,'8on of 
Toirdelbaoh of the Wine and his son, namelj, ^Oonn, 
let Mag Uidhir from out his captÍTÍt^, the Saturdaj^^ before 
November Daj, for Mag Oraith and for the Termon. And it 
seemed to everj one that thej did not fullj aoqoit [them- 
selTes] with [St] Dabeog, nor with the Termoni because it was 
necessarj for him^^ to give a oertain part of the ransom from 
himself into the hand of Ua Domnaill and of his son, namelj, 
Oonn, as a condition of liberating Thomas Mag Uidhiri who 
was in durance mnch of the year with him. 

(B.0) 
Mag Uidhir*^ was let out from his captÍYÍty bj the descen- 
dants of Ua Domnaill, in honour of the Termon and of Mag 
Oraith and for their own partj and for their own dignitj and 
soon. 

Mag Mathgamna junior, namelyi Brian, son of fted- 
mond and the descendants of Bedmond also lefl ihe 
Lucht-tíghi^ and went into Fem-magh and the descen- 
dants of Aedh the Bed went to the Lucht-tíghi after 
November Da; in this year. — Mag Mathgamnai namelj, 
Aedh juniori son of Aedh the Bed, died affcer his being 
blinded a while before that ; namelji on the feasi^ day 
of Mary in "Winter he died, after victoTy of Unction 
and penance. — ^Tigernan, son of Oobthaeh, son of Art 
Ua Buairc, was slain in treachery by Ferghal, son of 
Cathal the Frechled, son of Art Ua Buairc and bj the 
sons of Uaithne, son of Cathal the Freckled. — ^Mac 
David of Clann-Conmaigh died this year and the Mac 
David that was made in his place was slaín by the sons 
of Buaidhri Mac Diarmada, namel^, Tadhg and another 
and by Calbach Blind[-eye], son of Domnall, son of 



^ Zucht'U — See 1478, n. 6. l appears in the Briain entry (nezt 

^FeoéL — Lnmao. Ck>noeption, 1 preTÍons, bnt 6). Qf. 1113: A 
Deo. 8. The effect of the hlinding I houing by DomnaB. 



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m<ro(f. — ^pínSeiti hlla fHcrfsathtia •o'heg in blio^ain fi 
eceji "Da NoDltii5 ; no% t*e£t;mtiin fie NoDltiis": iTK)n, fefi 
cui5fe6% qfiei'befi, eaUr5na£ 7^ eola6 1 fgelailí in TK>niain 
é-[f íoiji 7 aítif'*. 

B 97b lCaU lan. 1. f., t. [xx.iiii*l OCnno T)omini ÍTl.* cccc.* axx 
tiii.* Tílai'om vo íabaitiT; aji hlla ííefi§ait, foon, aji 
CeroS, mac "Chomaif , mic' Ca€ail', mic** Chomaif^ 7 af 
a bf aiíf iB le 8eaan ftia*, mac Caif pfi, mic' Laific', -00 
maii'mafbab Cet:;a6 péin 7 a mac, foon, LaifeaS 7 
"Oomnall, mac in efpuic, foon*, mac' éeaain, mic bjiiain', 
ci|efna CLainni-hCCmlaim 7 mac OCe^a 015, foon*, 
^etiali:*, ci|efna ÍTluiéi-'Cfeaga 7 a T)efbíia€aif eile, 
foon, ^epeiT), mac Cof maic 7 'CoBg, mac tlai^e, mic' 
bíiioin, mic CmainT), mic Comaif'. Octif occaf 7 T)a 
pfiac TK) mafba* ann uile 1 n-a nmceall fin. Ocuf 
a cuf an eap. f ai§ vo f ona5, Dia-haine vo funnf a5. — 
piann TTÍac CafUflaig, iT)on', peaii THina maié, tk) 
matibob le Pepluf, mac' Gmainn', mic laific, mic' 
tlofa'. — TTlac "Oiaíimooa TTÍuiéi-luiiis, iTK)n, Concobufi, 
mac Cofimaic, mic' 'Comalcaig TTlic ^Oiafmaro', tk) 
mafba* le cloinT> Tluai'Biii TTlic T)iatimaca 7 ÍTlac 
Thatimatxx tk) T)enam tk> Chats, mac Tluai'Bt^i ÍTlic' 
"Oiatimaro', 1 n-a ina5. — ^pei'Blim^i*], mac ÍTluiticetiraig 
tiuai'5, mic btiiain íallai§ hlli 'Neill, tk> matibaft 
Aiiib feaSi^iftuin** I tw)im peil paqiais^ le Tk)mnaU, mac 
CCe'Ba 015, mic CCe^a bui'be, mic btwain íallai| hUi** 
Neill^ — eignefan, mac T^ea^T^ain, mic' 'Coititi'5elbai| 

1496, •**• a n-eoUif gaéct berila 7 gaóa cengóa— f» hnowUdg$ of every 
languagt and everg dúUect, B. 

1497. •bL.A.B. »>-»»om.,B. «=",. ^^1=145714. 



« Ua Jf.[0*Mahony].— Of Fonn- 
iariharaoh ( Weetem Slopo, Oarbeij 
bar., 00. Cork), A, L. C. 

1497. ^Bithop* — In the appoint- 
ment ol Qerald Fits Qerald, oanon 



of Clojne, to the united dioceeee 
of Cork and Clqyne (by Pins IL, 
Jan. 31, 1462) and the reeciasion 
thereof (Ap. 14, 1462)^ John, eUct 
ofArdagJí, appean aa prootor rab- 



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Eogan Ua Concobair. — Mac Goisdelb was taken this 
year by the sons of Roaidhri Mac Diarmada. — Finghin 
Ua Mathgamna^ died this year, between the two Na- 
tivities ; or a week before Christmas : to wit, an intelli- 
gent, polished, emdite man and leamed in the historj 
of the world in the East and hither. 

Kalends of Jan. on Ist feria> [24th of the moon^] a.p. 
1497. Defeat was inflicted on Ua Ferghail, namelj, on 
Getach, son of Thomas, son of Cathal, son of Thomas, and 
on his kinsmen bj John the Bed, son of Cairpre, son of 
Laisech, wherein were slain Cetach himself and his son» 
namelj, Laisech and Domnall, son of the bishop/ namelj, 
son of John, son of Brian, lord of dann-Amlaim^ and the 
son of Aedh jnnior, namelj, Gerald, lord of Magh-Tregha 
and his other brother, namelj, Garret, son of Cormac and 
Tadhg, 8on of Uaithne, son of Brian, son of Edmond, son 
of Thomas. And eight and forty were slain, [in] all, 
aroand those. And in the beginning of the Spriog it was 
done, Friday* precÍBely. — ^Flann Mac Casurlaigh, namely, 
a good poet, was slain hj Fergus, son of Edmond, son of 
Laisech, son of Ros [Magníre]. — ^Mac Diarmata of Magh- 
Luirg, namely, Concobur, son of Cormac, son of Tomal- 
tach Mac Diarmata, was slain by the sons of Buaidhri 
Mac Diarmata and Tadhg, son of Buaidhri Mac Diarmata, 
was made Mac Diarmata in his place. — FeidhUmidh, son of 
Muircertach the Bed, son of Brian Ua Neillthe Freckled, 
was slain, a week^ bef ore the f east of Patrick, by Domnall, 
son of Aedh junior, son of Aedh the Tawny, son of Brian 
Ua Neill the Freckled. — Eígnechan, son of Nechtain, son 
of Toirdelbach Ua DoranaiU of the "Wine, was 



[1406] 



stítnte of O'Hedian, arohdeaoon of 
OMhel, for ezpeditíng ihe (forged) 
TfnignfttíAP of biiihop Jordan (Thei. 
447-8). Whenoe it maj be in- 
lerred tíiat he was eleoted in 1461. 



The date of hia death !§ nnknown 
tome. 

* John—Oawí'A.See 1458, n. 4. 

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an ííina' hlli T)omnaill, vo majibaft in^ blia5ain 
fi* a parlonspofir hlli "OomnaiU pein, iTK)n, 0Ce'5a 
íiuai'5, mic ííeill gaiíií', niic**Tk)iiiii'oelbai§ an pina^ 
le Conn, mac hlli *Ohomnaill, i-oon, mac' OCe^a íitiai'5' 
7 le 5©íialT;, mac ^Oomnaill, mic' phei'5lim[€e]' hUi *Ooc- 
afiOTi| 7 le bpian, mac ÍHhes [p]Lann6ai'5 7 le cloinn 
'Oonn6ai'5, mic CCe'5a ÍTlhes tli'5ifi, iTK)nN Caéal 7 
Ra|i\ai'5e^ 7 le.cloinn eogain, mic OCe^ íHheg tli'5ip, 
iT)on, emunn*' 7 Caéal* 7 le Seaan, mac fTla|ntira, mic 
CCengufa hlli ^^^lUobaifu Ocuf oÉtoji, no naenmuti, 
vo '5ainilí mai€i[B] Conallac vo íhaf.ba5 ann maille** 
fiif^ cimfell mic Tx^iffi'oelbail 5<^IIto hUi "Oomnaill 
(iT)on*, eogan*) 7' mic 0Ce'5a, mic tx)i|iiiT)ell5ai| J'^allTO 
7 eogain, mic OCe'^a, mic' T)onnfiai'5 n a cai 110*5' hlli 
*Oomnaill 7 phei'5lim[€e], mic' an |illa t)UiB', 
hlli 5^ll£obuifi 7' 'Coif.fT)elbai|;, mic Cacail, mic an 
gilla T)uilí hlli 5«U£obuiti' 7 T)onn£ai'5 bailB hlli 
phif |iL Ocuf feaScmuin f oim feil paDfiaig t)o' fona-^* 
fin' uile'. — ÍTlac *Oonn£ai'5 an ChofiainT) T^'heg i*" n- 
eff a6 na blia5na fa^ iT)on, bfian, mac ÍTlaelf uanaife 
mic' Tk)malTOi| ÍHic T)onn£ai'5'. — ^S^-^^r^^^ ^^<^ Seaain 
hlli OCnluain, t)0 mafibcrS le clainn hUi bpain. — *0a 
mac ÍHes ÍHhaésamna, iT)on, eirfieafi^ "Cuaéal, iTK)n, 
T)a mac 0Ce'5a 015, mic' 0Ce'5a fiuai'5', mic** ílu|iiai'5e^ 
T)omafiba5le hOififiéefiaiB 7 ceiCfii fifi x. T)'a muinnuifi 
TK) Ttiafiba^ crnn maille' fiiu 7 x.neamafi, no thx fofi x., 
TK) OififiíeafiaiB vo mafiba-^ leofan, nmceall ína§nufa 
fiiabaig' hlli OCnluain 7 cimceall Í11aeil[-8h]e£lainn, 
mic íHagnufa Ó15 hUi OCnluain. Ocuf anfo* feScmao 
1t) T)o*n ttii OCipfiil TK) fiona5 fin. — Clann 8hiUfiOTin 
A iiio moifi íHic 8hiufiTOin t)o rfiafiba* | a* n-eafifiac na 
blia5na fo** le íHac SiufiTOin a fell, iTK)n, le Tx)maf 7 
le n-a 6loinn. — fTlufi6a5, mac Conrfiuic, mic «heaain 

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slaín this jear in the stronghold^ of Ua Donmaill hiinself, [1497J 
namelj, of Aedh the Bed, son of Niall the Rough, son of 
Toirdelbach of the Wine, by Conn, son of Ua Dom- 
naill, namely, son of Aedh the Bed and by Gerald, son of 
Domnall, son of Feidhlimidh Ua Dochartaigh and by 
Brian, son of Mag Flannohaidh and by the sons of Don- 
chadh, son of Aedh Mag Uidhir, namely, Cathal and 
Bughraidhe and by the sons of Eogan, son of Aedh Mag 
Uidhir, namely, Edmond and Cathal and by John, son of 
Maghnns, son of Aenghns Ua Gallcbobair. And 8, or 9, 
of the worthies of the ConaUians were slain there with him, 
including the son of Toirdelbach Ua Domnaill the Foreign 
(namely, Eogan) and the son of Aedh, son of Toirdelbach 
the Foreign and Eogan, son of Aedh, son of Donchadh Ua 
DomnaiU of the Wood and Feidhlimidh, son of 
the black Gillie Ua GaUchobair and Donchadh 
Ua Firghil the Stammerer. And a week bef ore the feast 
of Patrick aU that was dona — lUac Donnchaidh of the 
Corann, namely, Brian, son of Maelruanaigh, son of To- 
maltach Mac Donnchaidh, died in Spríng of this year. — 
Glaisne, son of John Ua hAnlnain, was slain by the sons 
of Ua Brain. — Two sons of Mag .Mathgamna, namely, 
Eimer and Tnathal, namely, two sons of Aedh junior, son 
of Aedh the Bed, son of Bughraidhe, were slain by the 
Oirthir and 14 men of their people were slain there with 
them and 10, or 12, of the Oirthir were slain by them, in- 
clu&ive of Maghnus Ua hAnluain the Swarthy and indu- 
sive of Mael[-Sh]echlainn, son of Maghnus Ua hAnluain 
junior. And on [Friday] the 7th of the Ides [7th] of the 
month of April that was dona — The sons of Jordan Mor 
Mac Jordan were slain in treachery in the Spring of this 
year by Mac Jordan, namely, by Thomas and by his sons. — 
Murchadh, son of Cormac, son of John Ua Ferghail, was 

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hlli phetigail, vo marib<r5 le bfiian bui'Be, mac Rti|i\ai'5e, 
mic' Coéoil hlli pheafiéailX — ^Uaim pufiBODOifie pac- 
íiaig aji to£-§eafi5 vo briifea* in^ blia*ain fi' le 
5aitiT)ian *0uin-na-n5aU 7 le lufe-inai'o efpuic a 
B97o n-'oeglancate lo6a-heifine, a hu-oafiaf an phapa, im 
peil pa7)fai5 na blia^na' fa*, aji n-a éuisfin vo 6a6 
a*" coiccinne^ af fDaifi an RiT)if e 7 a feinlebfailí eile 
nafiafi'hi fofn an puíigaDOifi puaifi paT>pai5 o *Ohia, ge 
Do íaDup cafi ag ^nauusa* uai€i. — 8i€ do •5encciíi Do'n 
Dá hlla Neill a n-Depe^ eappaig na' blicr5na' fct, 
iDon, T)omnall 7 ©npi 05 7 mac T)omnaill hlli Neill 
Do legan ama6, iDon, CCe*, gan^ puaf[lucccr5P 7 comcr5a 
mopa aili' D'eacaiB 7 D'eiDO'^* 7 do meDu|cr5 ^aca 
híniíie£u[i]f apSena' do Cabaip;: do T)omnall do £inn 
anma Tngepna do le^an De. — O *Oomnaill, iDon, CCe* 
pucr5, mac^ Weill saipBN do íup a digepnuif T)e ifin 
fecmria* lcatainn do íhí luin na' blicr5na' fa' a Cápna 
"ChepmainD ílles Cpaié *Oia-haine' ap aí lai€i fe6t> 
mcnne' 7 hlla* ^Oomncnll do '5enam Dia mac T)ía- 
ÍHaifT; lap fin, iDon, do Chunn. — ÍTlas tnhaégamna, 

1497. *-e5,A. »0. A. « 2 IL left bl., A. 



•P. o/Z'.-.See the reff., 8. t. 
Purgatorium 3, Patricii, in Dn 
Oange (ed. Hensohel, V. 623). 

In the AA. 8S. (Mar. t. 2), two 
seotionB of the Ap. to the Aots of 
St. Patridk are devoted to the Pnr- 
gatory : F. De Purg. 8. P., 687-9 : 
VI. De modo purgationit . . . olim 
et nvper^ 589-92. 

An annalistio exoerpt f rom a 
sonroe not indioated (ib. 590) statee 
that, in 1494, a Canon Begnlar of 
EjmBtadt, having made the pil- 
grimage, wae demanded an exor- 
bitant snm as the prioe of admis- 
Bion hy the looal bishop, chief and 



prior, in tnrn. Having oonTÍnoed 
them of hÍB inabilitx to paj, he waa 
at length allowed to enter the caTe; 
when, to hÍB dÍBappointment, he be- 
held no TÍBion ! Wherenpon, hast- 
ening to Bome, he roTealed the 
oheat toAlezander VI^ and waa aent 
baok with LetterB to the three in 
qnoBtion to destroj the Pnrgatoij, 
The main Btatementa, it OBoaped 
the BoUandiBtB, will not bear 
Bomtinj. The Onria, in the flrst 
plaoe, had leamed too BeTere a 
leBSon as to the oredibilit^ of 
doonments dnlj f ormnlated and 
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dain by Brían the Tawny, son of Rughraidhe, son of 
Cathal TJa FerghaiL — The cave of the Purgatory of Pat- 
rick® on Loch-ghearg[-derg, co. Don.] was broken thís 
year by the Qnardian of Dun-na-Gall and by the repre- 
sentatives^ of the bishop in the deanery of Loch-Erne, by 
authorízation of the Pope, about the feast of Patríck of 
this year ; it being understood by every one in general 
from the HÍ8tory of the Enight® and other old Books that 
this was not the Purgatory Patrick got from God, 
although they were, every one, visiting it. — Peace® was 
made by the two ITa Neills, namely, Domnall and Henry 
junior, at the end of the Spring of this year and the son 
of Domnall TJa Neill, namely, Aedh, was liberated with- 
out ransom and other large donatives of horses and of 
apparel and of inorease of every valuable besides were 
given to Domnall, in consideration of putting the name of 
lord from him. — O'DomnaiU, namely, Aedh the Hed, 
son of Niall the Eough, put his lordship from him, on the 
7th of the E^alends of the month of June [May 26] of this 
year, in Carna of the Termon of Mag Craith. [This took 
place] on Friday, the day of the week and the Tuesday 
after that his son, namely, Coun, was made O'DomnaiU. — 



[IW] 



mandate on the verbal plaint of a 
palmer. Fnrthennore, it strains 
orednlitj that a charge of the 
Idnd was taken as proven, withont 
those affeoted, inclndiug a biahop 
who was Papal Ck)llector (Thei. 
495), being gÍ7en an opportnnitj 
of Tindication. Finallj and most 
fatallj, at the time there was no 
looal bÍBhop to have Letters ad- 
dreBsed to ; Alezander VI. having 
transferred Oonrcej to RoBS in 
1494 and left Glogher 7acant until 
1602 (Ware, 186). 

Settled prooednre and the textnal 
dfta prore that, moved by oom- 



plaints touching the orígin and 
practice, the Pope appointed the 
Vicar of Lough Erne deanerj and 
the Guardian of Donegal Monas- 
terj to inquire and determine. 
The result was the snppreafiion of 
the Pnrgatorj on the gronnd of 
f alse asoríption to St. Patrídr. 

^ Rópregentatives, — Plnral (col- 
lectÍTe), to designate the wríter as 
the perBon in qneation. 

^History.—Oi theRnight Owen ; 
given by Matthew París {Hist. 
Mqfor, Lond. 1684, 72-7). 

^Feaeet Hc^Ci. the Berenth 
enttj of 1496. 

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iwn, b|iicm, fnac Remuinn, mic' Ruéiuii'fie', v&' •5ul, 
poíi TOfifiain^ 8eip{n pai;:, vo Éup ÍHes OenjUfa 7 a 
clainni — i-oon^ CCe^, mac OCifiT: ílílhesOengufa — o*caif- 
len na hOipenfii afi ei^in. Ro bu-o pefifi t)oiB na T)e- 
£T>aif, uaiji TH) maiiba^ ÍHas íílaésamna ann 7* T)0 
bai€e'5 7 T)o mafiba^ maiii^ a muinnnfii^ 7 t>o* gaba-B*' 
8eipin pcnc ann 7 mofian aile vo ^^allaiC 7 t)o 5^^^" 
•fielaiC. Tjefvcw Nonaf lulii, *Oia-cecain, vo fonaic 
na** gninia motia* fin'*. íHas ÍTlcrcscnmna t>o ^enatíi 
t>o Hora, mac ÍHagnUfa, mic CCeha fiuai'5, mic* ÍIU5- 
Aind tiai'fee^ I Tha-ílílaiiic iafiT)ain. — ÍHac mic lccfila Ufi- 
íHuman, iT)on, «émuf, mac 8eo[i]n, mic' 8heniuif 
lafila', T>o TÍiafibcr5 la Piafiuf í^ucr5, mac 8heniaif, mic 
emuinn, mic RifDefiT) buiTnllefi, 16 ]CalenT)ccf CCuguinci. 
— CCbba'5 Cluana-heoif T^'heg, iT)on, 'Oomnall, mac on 
efpuic (iT)on". Tlofa^), mic 'Chómaif 015, mic** Tx)monf* 
THes" Ui'Sifi", iT)on^ la Sang ÍTlaifisfiésin blia'^ain fi^ — 
Ccrcal, mac Tx)ififiT)elbai|, mic' 8heaain', mic* eosain** 
hUi Raigilli|, T)'he5 T)o faiíi filuin im lugnafa*. — 
CCe* bui'^e, mac hUi Ruaifc, iT)on, mac pei-^lim^íe], 
mic T)onncai'5, mic T^^igefinain 015' hUi íluocific, t)0 
mafiba-^ la clainn TTai'S^, mic' Caéail', mic 'Cisefinoin 
[tl]i Tluaific, fvoim° Lu^nafxr^ na blia'^na fcc**. — Ucccefi^ 
mac RicaifiT) a bufic, vo Tjula, cablac, t)o congnom leif 
n-T)omnaill ócc, iT)on, Conn, mac CCe'^a fiuai'5, a 
n-ccgai'S a T)efibfiaíafi aili, iT)on, CCe'5a h[tl]i T)omnaill. 
CCe-S T)o iea^TÍiail T)o'n cablac 7 Ufiiíiófi a n-apm 7 a 
n-eiT)i| 7 a loín t>o buain t)iB. lafi Lugnafa-^ vo fioncr5 
in fin. CCe-^ péin vo Jabail leif n-T)omnailL, iT)on, 
leConn, la, no "5^ lá, lafi fin 7 a cufi T)'a coimeD a 

1497. *»-*» -00 maribcró le Tnog CCenéufo, iT)on, le— itoí tlain hy Mag 
Atnghusa, namely, hyy B. *•* 7 mofuxn T)ia mtiinncifi— 01«/ many of his 
people,B, Mann — ihere, B, ^-^•oosabail (inf.), afterpaic, B. 'tnpn 
^thoseldeeds], B. "»-»=1383*>-»>(niac before Rofa, B). n-*alBO aftw 
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Mag Mathgamna, namelj, Brian, sou of Redmond, son of [1497] 
Rughraidhe, went, at the instance of Sifin White, to put 
Mag Aengusa and his son, namely, Aedh^ son of Art Mag 
Aengusa, from the castle of the hOirenach by force. It 
were better for them they had not gone ; for Mag Math- 
gamna was slain there and worthies of his people were 
[some] drowned and [some] slain and Sifin White and 
many others of the Foreigners and of the Gaidhil were 
taken. On the 3rd of the Nones [5th] of July, "Wednes- 
day, those great deeds were done. Rosa^sonofMaghnus, son 
of Aedh the Eed, son of Eughraidhe, was made Mag Math- 
gamna the Tuesday after, — ^The son of the Earl of Ormond, 
namely, James, son of John, son of Earl James, was slain^^ 
by Piers the Red, son of James, son of Edmond, son of 
Riohard Butler, on [Mon.] the 16th of the Xalends of 
August [July 17]. — ^The abbot of Cluain-eois, namely, 
Domnall, son of the bishop (namely, Rosa), son of Thomas 
junior, son of Thomas Mag Uidhir, died on St, Margaret's 
Day^^ this year. — Cathal, son of Toirdelbach, son of John, 
sou of Eogan Ua RaigbiUigh, died of an attack of the 
glandular disease about Lammas, — ^Aedh the Tawny, son 
of Ua Ruairc, namely, son of FeidUmidh, son of Donchadh, 
son of Tigeman Ua Ruairc junior, was slain by the sons 
of Tadhg, son of Cathal, son of Tigernan Ua Ruairc, 
before Lammas of this year. — ^Walter, son of Richard de 
Burgh, went [with] a fleet to aid O'Domnaill junior, 
namely, Conn, son of Aedh the Red, against his other 
brother, namely, Aedh O'DonmailL Aedh met the fleet 
and took the greater part of their arms and their apparel 
and their store from them. After Lammas that was done. 
Aedh himself was taken by 0*Donmaill, namely, by Conn, 
a day, or two days, after that and placed in Connacht to 

»52atn.— Fop detaOs, see Vice- 1 " 5í.— /)Qy.— See 1494, n. «. 
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ccNMocíxr uLcroti. 



Connafraií le Xlocceji, mac RicaipT) a bútic. — hlla* 
•Oomnaill, iwn, Conn, 'do ^uV, r^^uag mófi, afi mac 
n-TDiajimara mui|i-luiíi5, i'oon, Zah^, mac RuaiT)if\r 
mic ^OiapmaTja. mai'oni mofi -oo rabaipu ap n-*Ooni- 
naill in[n]pn 7 moj^an bpogaT) vo buain T)o'n c-fluag 
7 vo' hUa^ T)oninaill a T^imceall an vá ÍWac 8huiCne, 
iT>on', mac 8uiCne' panac (iT>on', Ruai'btii'), 7 mac' 
^uiBne' bagamec, iT)on, eo^an 7* nmfealL** T)onncai'5'', 
mic'* hUi T)onfinaill, jie**' fiaicefi'' T)onnca'5 n a n- 
opT^ój' 7 T)a mac 'Cuaéail h[tl]i Jhcfl'líobuiii, iT>on, 
eoin 7 Tx)ippT)elbac 7 va mac "OoninaiU mic SuiBne 
Panar', iT)on, Boin 7 T)oninall Ó5' 7 T>a mac mic 
8huibne ba'5anai|, iT>on, Wíall 7 Bo^an tiua-B 7 J^Pí^^^' 
mac' *OomnaiU, mic pei'5lím[ée]' h[tl]i *Oo€a|iTOi| 7 
pifip h[tl]i T)omnaiU, iT)on, mac eo^ain UUccng. Ocuf' 
T)aíne ilím'5a aili t)0 ^aCail 7 t)0 Ttia|iba'5 cmn'. Wono* 
lCalenT)af OcTObpif T)OfiaT)a§ an maiT)m fin^ Ocuf fo 
A ii2a beana'^ | an Charac Coluim-ciUe T)ib annfin 7 vo 
maíiba'5 a maép af in maiT)m cecna Ocuf^ mo|ian 
aile vo ChonaUcaiB vo éabail 7 vo mafba'5 ann*. — 
«Iict:** CCe*a f uai* mheg maígamna t)0 'Sul a pefn- 
tíiuigi an blia'5ain fi 7 flific RemuinT) t>o '^ul ap. in 
Lucc-cigi T)0fi'5ifi. — Conn, mac CuinT), mic NeiU hUi 
*OomnaiU, T^'é^ fie peil bfii^e hoc anno^ — mainifcifi 
na m-b|\a€afi minufi a Cafipais-phefi^Ufa t>o gno^ga* 
o'n Roim, afi pufiaileth WeiU, mic CuinT), mic CCe'5a 
bui'^e, T)ocum na m-bfiaéap mmup T)e Obfejiuancia 

1497. •-la. A. '-'t)*6,A. P-P7 «do gaboró ann •Oonnóaó, mao—Mnd 
tJiere toere taJcen there Donchadh, fOn, B. *i-íi'Don, B. 



'• Large,-^Om,y F, M, ; who add 
that onlj a few of the Oonnacht 
men joined O'Bonnell ! 

^ Thumhe, — Either large, or de- 
formed. 



w CaíAocA. — ^aítíw ; so called 
from being oarried into batUe to 
secure YÍctory f or the O'Donnells, 
the sept to whioh St. Golumba be- 
longed. It i8 a eilver oase, con» 



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be kept by "Walter, son of Bichard de BurgL — ^Ua Dom- 
naill, namely, Conn, went [with] a large^^ host against 
Mac Diarmata of Magh-Luirg, namelj, Tadhg, son of 
Euaidhri Mac Diarmata. Great defeat was inflicted on 
Ua Domnaill then and many hostages were exacted from 
the host and from T7a DomnaiU, including the two Mac 
Suibnes, namely, Mac Suibne of Fanat (that is, Ruaidhri) 
and Mac Suibne of [Tir-]Bagaine, namely, Eogan and in- 
clusive of Donchadh, son of ITa Donmaill, who is called 
Donchadh of the Thumbs,^^ and the two sons 
of Tuathal Ua Qallchobair, namely, Eogan and Toirdel- 
bach and two sons of Domnall Mac Suibne of Fanat, 
namely, Eogan and Domnall junior and two sons of the 
Mac Suibne of [Tir-]Bagaine, namely, Niall and Eogan 
the Bed and Gerald, son of Domnall, son of Feidlimidh 
Ua Dochartaigh and the physician of Ua Domnaill, 
namely, the son of Eogan Ultach. And many other 
persons were [some] taken and [some] slain there. The 
9th of the Kalends of October [Sep. 23] that defeat was 
given. And the Cathach^* of Colum-cille was wrested 
from them then and its steward^ was slain in that defeat. 
And many more of the ConaUians were [some] taken and 
[some] slain there. — The descendants of Aedh Mag Math. 
gamna the Brcd went into Fern-magh this year and the 
descendants of Bedmond, to the Lucht-tighi^^ again. — 
Conn, son of Conn, son of Niall Ua DomnaiU, died before 
the feast of Brigit this year. — The mona8tery of the 
Friars Minor of Oarraig-Ferghusa was delivered from 
Bome, on the mediation of Niall, son of Conn, son of 
Aedh the Tawny, unto the Friars Minor of [Stricter] Ob- 



[1497J 



taining part oí the Paalter, said to 
have been written bj the foander 
of lona. See the print and reff. 
in F. MnrphT'e Introd. (oItíL) to 
the Life o/ 0*Donneil (Dublin, 



1893), a model of researoh and 
luoidit^. 

^Si€ward.^UM BoaHj (Mac 
Bobartaigh), Adamnan, 2S4. 

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7^ fG bfiaípi 'DGC TM) Coitníinol T^tnn-na-n^all t)0 •Bul 
'n-a feilb a uipl na ceT; peile ÍTluifie ifin po|muri hoc 
anno, aii n-T)ul bfeiéi leo <nnn\ — ^^^ 'oopulain^ 
'oefiniaiii ap puT) 6penn uile in^ blia^ain fi, 'oV nac 
pacaDUfi Iuct: na haimfitii fi f ein f ér) no famail*; uaif' 

B 97d pa cefic' I cuil no' cef nn' a n-6pinn uile' nac 'oeSai'B' 
mofan*' 'oo** '5ainiC* vés Wn [n]una fin. Ocuf vo 
ceanncaiT)e['5] a coitóinne annfa ÍHi'be an peici cfuií- 
neaíca ap Cui^ uin^i 7 an ^alún leanna aji fó pinsimb 
7 vo cenníai€i['&] eceji ^aiíelaiB an beafx; cael coipci 
a|i boin T)áfa, no x. meobaif coifci ajfi in^ m-boin cexjna 
7 an maíiT: afi ttiaps 7 an loilseC afi vá Ba T^apa 7 ap 
fgiUing, no n< if mó. — Neill, iT)on', enjii 05, mac 
6nfii, mic' eogain', t)o 'Sul, flua§ móii, a 'Ciji-Conaill 
an' blia'Bain' fi' 7 millci mófia T)0 T^enum a panaiT) 
T)OiC apcúf 7 hlla* TDomnaill Ó5, iT)on, Conn, mac 000-5^ 
fiuai'5, T)'eifi|i T)o'ti c-flua§ ;;afiéif phanaiT) T^'pásbail 
T)oi!r, iT)on, 05 bel-aéa-Daife. Ocuf niaiT)m vo €abaifw: 
ap n-*Oomnaill annfin 7 hé pein vo mafibcrb ann 7 
of cinT) o£t; pifiT: t)o mapba* ann" ímaille ffiif 7 a 'Sif 
T)efibfui6af vo gabail ann, iT)on, ííiall sapC 7 *Oomnall 
7 mac ÍHic 8huiBne 7 fé pp x. ímaiUe ffiiu vo' gabail 
cmn'. 1f icrc fo imofifio na Txnne uaifle vo mafiba^ hi 
fofaifi hlli T)omnaiU ifin^ maiT)m hifin: iT)on, *Oom- 
nall, mac íHagnufa fiuai'5, mic' T)omnaiU, mic NeiU 
gaifib' hlli "OomnaiU*" 7 Gmann, mac pei'5lim[€e] 

Aii2b fiiabaig^', miCb | WeiU saifií^ hlli *OomnaiU 7 bpian, 

1497. '•'co naé |ioibe— «0 that ihere fcat not, B. "-wiix (pl.), B. 
^ THXine (n. pL), B. « om., A« l' htli T)ofnnaiU, ad. (beoaiue of next 
preTÍODB omÍBSion), B. 



1' 2%#— íA«r«n.— Lit, itfter the 
gcnng of the decision with them there- 
in, Paul IL (May 5, 1460) per- 
mitted Nehemias (0*Donoghae) 
and Biohard, Frian oí the Obeer- 
Tanoe, to introdnoe the Strioter 



Bnle into f onr Oonventnal eetab- 
lishments, prorided a moietj in 
eaoh oaae voted thereíor. In the 
present instanoe, owing to the 
oanae atated in the tezt, the option 
was limited to seleotion of the 



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servance and 16 Friars of the Communitj of Dun-na-Gall 
went into its possession on the vigil [Aug. 14] of the first 
feast of Mary in the Harvest this year, the decisíon having 
gone in their favour therein.^^ — Very great, grievous 
famine throughout all Ireland this year, to which the 
folk of this time saw not the equal, nor like ; for there 
was scarce an angle or recess in all Ireland wherein died 
not many persons of that hunger. And in Meath the 
peck of wheat used to be bought for five ounces and the 
gallon of beer for six pence and amongst the Gaidhil the 
slender bundle of oats used be bought for an in-calf cow, 
or ten pails of oats for the same [kind ofj cow and the beef, 
for a mark and the milch-cow, for two in-calf cows and 
for a shilling or more. — O'Iíeill, namely, Henry junior, 
son of Henry, son of Eogan, went [with] a large host into 
Tir-Conaill this year and great devastations were done in 
Fanad by them in the beginning and Ua Domnaill junior, 
namely, Conn, son of Aedh the Eed, arose against the 
host, after Fanad was lefb by them, namely, at Bel-atha- 
daira^^ And defeat was inflictedon O'Domnaill thenand 
he himself was slain there and over eight score were slain 
along with him and his two brothers, namely, Niall the 
Bough and Domnall and the son of Mac Suibne and 16 
men along with them were taken tbere. Now, these were 
the noble persons that were slain in company of Ua Dom- 
naill in this defeat : to wit, Domnall, son of Maghnus the 
Bed, son of Domnall, son of Niall Ua Domnaill the Eough 
and Edmond, son of Feidlimidh the Swarthy, son of Niall 
Ua Donmaill the Eough and Brian, son of Ua Baighill, 



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ObeerTantine HonBe to put in 
posseeaioii. The choioe oí Donegal 
appears hononrable to that lonnd- 
ation. 

From the nnmber that went to 
Oarriokfergiu, the whole of the 



GonTentnal oonunanitj, we maj 
infer, was transferred toDonegaL 
^ Bel-a.'d.'^Mouth o/ the ford 
of iht oak ; not identified, bat on 
the Tieanan, oo. Don. See O'D. 
iv. 1234. 



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mac h[tl]i' baigiU, iT)on, ínac 'Coiíifi'oelbail, mic Weill 

hUi bhai§ill® 7 "Oomnall, mac 'CuaÉail hlli' J^^all- 

éobuifi' 7 Bmonn, mac T^onnfiai-B', niic Chomalraig hlli' 

^hallcubiiifi' 7 Concubufi, mac' 8eaain, mic Concobuifi' 

h[U]i *Oomnaill 7 Concobufi, mac' ílluficai'5' ÍHic 

ShuiCne 'o'phepaiB' panax)' 7 Uilliam, mac an eafpu^c 

hUi' ^'^aUcuBaiii' 7 Concubufi, mac 0Ce'5a, mic' Con- 

cobaip na laime h[tl]í bui^iU' 7 NíalUtnac Con- 

Sobuifi, mic pei'5lim€e íiiabai§' hUi *OomnaiU' 7 mópán 

aile nac aitiim€e|i funn. Ocuf WeiU 'oo ^abail 

caifDeil na T^efiji ag fó'5 Txifi a aip 7 a* pagCail 05 

WiaU hUa WeiU. Ocuf WeiU 'oo* íoi|e£TÍ -010 h% 

co hai€efac% heT)ala£ T)o'n rj-fiBal' fin. X1111. lCalen- 

'oaf Wouembfiif vo faDa'^ in maiDm hi' fin 7" *Oia- 

DafiT^ain af' ai lai€i fecctíiaine'. — eilénófia, in^en 

lafila ChiUe-T)afia, iT)on, ingen 'Comaif, mic 8heo[i]n 

íaim, an bean vo bui 05 hlJ[a] WeiU, iT)on, ag Cunn, 

mac 6nfii, mic eogain, T>e^ in blio'Sain f^N 14 Wouem- 

bfiif^ — bfiian, mac 00^-111x15, mic' 0Ce'5a', mic^ eogain, 

mic fleiU Ó15** h[tl]i' WeiU, v'hes m^ blio^ain fi^— 

5fiáinne^ ingen Ca€ail Ó15, mic Ca€ail Ó15 aili ÍHic 

ÍHagnufa, D'heg: iT)on, ben ÍHa^Ufa, mic S^fffiaig 

Ó15 íHic S^fffuxig, a reific Woin Wouembefi^ — ÍTlaínuf, 

mac' Comaif' ÍHhe^ ^amfia'^ain, T)o mafibo^ le fliéc 

eo5ainíl1e58hamfia*ain 7**lT)Uf Nouembfiif^ — CCe'5,mac 

h[tl]i T)omnaiUoT)on',mac 0Ce'5a f uai'5',mic**Neilt ^aifiB, 

mic CoififiDetbaig 1 n f 1 n a^ vo tei^in af a taimT)e£uf 

hoc'* anno'% 7** lT)Uf Nouembpif^ 7 UaT^efi, mac RicaifiT) 

a' bufic', vo to&c teif co ^Oun-na-n^atL — ÍHuificepcac, 

mac CCe'5a Ó15, mic CCe'5a bui-^e hUi Heitt, vo mafiba-S 

1497. ®bhiJi-, A. »toóc. B. ^ cu|itif — expedition, B. *« =1898**. 



^Bishop.See 1470, n. 21. 
^Thurtdaff, — «*Tue8day pre- 
ciflelj"! F.3f. 
^Elenor.^Ot, the aot passedm 



Dublin (20 £dw. IV., 1480) in 
f avoar of her hoshand and henelf 
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nameljr, son of Toirdelbach, son of Níall TJa BaighiU and í^^^^l 
Domnall, son of Tuathal Ua Gallchobaír and Edmond, 6on 
of Donchadh, son of Tomaltach ITa Qallchobair, and Con- 
cobur, 8on of John, son of Concobur TJa Domnaill and 
Concobur, son of Murchadh Mac Suibne of the Men • 
of Fanad and WiUiam, son of the bishop^® ITa Gall- 
chobair and Concobur, son of A.edh, son of Concobar 
Ua BaighiU of the Hand and Niall, son of Con- 
cobur, son of Feidhlimidh Ua Domnaill the Swarthj 
and manj others tbat are not reckoned here. And 
O'NeiU took Castle Derg in retuming and left it to Niall 
Ua Neill. And O'Neill came to his house joyfully, spoil- 
laden, írom that march. The 14th of the Ealends of 
November [Oct. 19], Thursday^ the day of the week, that 
defeat was given. — Elenor,^^ daughter of the Earl of Kil- 
dare, namely, daughter of Thomas, son of John the 
Stooped, the wife whom Ua Neill, namely, Conn, son of 
Henry, son of Eogan, had, died this year on the 14th of 
November. — Brian, son of Cu-Uladh, son of Aedh, son of 
Eogan, son of Niall Ua Neill junior, died this year. — 
Graine, daughter of Cathal junior, son of another Cathal 
junior, Mac Maghnusa, namely, wife of Maghnus, son of 
Godfrey Mac GafEraigh junior, died this year, on the 3rd 
of the Nones [3rd] of November.— Maghnus, son of 
Thomas Mag Samradhain, was slain by the descendants 
of Eogan Mag Samhadhain on the 7th of the Ides [7th] 
of November.— Aedh, son of Ua DomnaiU, namely, sonof 
Aedh the Eed, son of Niall the Rough, son of Toirdelbach 
of the Wine , was let out from his captivity22 this 
year, on the 7th of the Ides of November and Walter, 
son of Ricard de Burgh, went with him to Dun-na-GalL — 
Muircertach, son of Aedh junior, son of Aedh Ua NeiU 



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te cloiiTO phei'5lifn[íe], fnic TTluifice|icai| ptiai'5', mic 
bfiain ballait, ifin ' blia*ain' fr.— •Ooiíinall, mac 
CCe^a Ó15, mic CCe-ba bui-be, m»c" bfiiain ballai|;° hlli' 
Weill' 7 a 'Depb|xa€aiii aile, iwn, eiiíiea|i, -00 mafiboft 
an** blia5ain f 1 a n-x)eoi| ^hamna^ la «eaan •ouB, mac 
mic 'Oomnaill Éail hlli Heill 7 le n-a cloinn 7 le n-a 
A 1120 btiaiqiiB aiticeana" a m-baile na «cfiine. — | magnuf^ 
mac THic TTlha^Ufa TTlheg lll'oif, iwn, mac Coéail 
Ó15, mic Ca€ail Ó15 aili, •o'heg in blia*ain [fi]^— UitLiam 
05, mac UiUiam TTlic J^Ua-fuaiV, iwn, fai fif €ód, 
'o'es^ in blia*ain [fi]^— HiaU, mac htlí WeitU i'oon, 
mac enfi, mic eojain hUi Heitt, th) eg 1*0011** 'oa Woc- 
tai5**T)o'n satuf Bfic, in btia*ain ceTma". — hlla* TTlaeit- 
fhuai'5 'o'he^, i-oon, in^ Cofnaiíiai|. 

B98a lCaU lan. 2 f., L [u.*],OCnno T)omini Tn.cccc.*" ow).** 8^ 
CCiBitin^ in^en TTlic TTlhagnufa, ix)on, ingen Carait 
015, i'oon, ben pitib, mic Cmain'o TTleg tli'5ip (i'oon", 
TTlag tli'5if')> Vheg in cfiafnno Cifcumciffionif Tk)mini, 
fepia 111.^ — Hiatt, mac h[tl]i ^Oomnaitt, ix)on, mac 
CCe-^a fuai'5, mic^ Heitt ^«ifB^ 'o'hes 1 n-a* taim'oecuf, 
acx.** 01-501 fe feit bfigDe^ — Conn, mac TTluifcefTxn|, 
mic eo^ain hUi Weitt, 7)0 mafba'5 te ctainn bfiain 
bacai§, mic' Cmuin'o f uai'^' hlli CCntuain, caici'5if'* icqfi 
HoDtaig bec'*. — TTlaine, mac TTlaeit[-8h]ectainn, mic' 
TDafia^ TTlic TTlagnufa, "oo mafba'^ a m-boíaiB TTluinn- 
T;ifi-patain ta TTluinnT^if-^^ttcubuif^ iT)on^ ctann 
Cacait htli 5^ttcubuif, an** btia-^ain fi\ — ^Donnfo^*, 
mac htli ^Oomnaitt 7 va mac Tiluacait h[tl]i Jhattíu- 
buif, iT)on, Coin 7 "Coiff^etbafi 7 CCfT;, mac CuinT) h[tl]i 

1497. >=1475k. 

1498. «l)!., A, B. »»-»'om.,B. «^=1379««. <»=»»-^ • = 1398**. 

^Slain — ^Forthe motÍTC^ of. 4th | Shrine; BallTiiasoreeii, a par. in 
item oí this jear. Longhinftholin bar., co. Lond. Of. 

^Baile»na'$. ~ 7oim o/ the Adam,^ 282. 



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AKKALS OÍ' ÍJLSTER. 427 

the Tawny, was slain^ by tlie sons of Feidlilimidh, eon of L^ ^^7] 
Muircertacli tlie Red, son of Brian the Freckled, in this 
year. — Domnall, son of Aedh jiinior, son of Aedh the 
Tawny, son of Brian XJa NeiU the Freckled and his other 
brother, namely, Eimer, were slain this year, after No- 
vember Dav, by John the Black, grandson of Domnall 
Fa NeiU the Slender and by his sons and by his ^insmen 
also, in Baile-na-scrine.^ — Maghnus, son of Mao Magh- 
nusa Mag Fidhir, namely, son of Cathal junior, son of 
another Cathal junior, died this year. — ^WiUiam junior, 
son of William Mao Gilla-ruaidh, namely, an eminent 
stringed-instrumentalist, died this year. — ^Niall, son of 
XJa Neill, namely, son of Henry, son of Eogan Ua Neill, 
died of the smaU pox between the two Nativities [Dec. 26 
— Jan. 6] the same year. — XJa Mailmuaidh, namely, t h e 
Defender, died. 

Ealends of Jan. on 2nd feria, [5th of the moon] A.D. U^^^] 
1498. Eveleen, daughter of Mac Maghnusa, namely, 
daughter of Cathal junior, namely, wife of Philip, son of 
Edmond Mag Uidhir (that is, [the] Mag Uidhir), died on 
the morrow of the Circumcision of the Lord, on Tuesday. 
— ^NiaU, 8on of Ua DomnaiU, namely, son of Aedh the 
Red, son of NiaU the Rough, died in his captivity,i 20 
nights^ before the feast of Brigit — Conn, eon of Muircer- 
tach, son of Eogan Ua NeiU, was slain by the sons of 
Brian the Lame, son of Edmund Ua hAnluain the Bed, 
a fortnight after Little Christmas. — Maine, son of 
Mael[-Sh]echlainn, son of Matthew Mac Maghnusa, was 
slain this year in Botha^ of Muinter-Fialain by the 
Muinter-GaUchobair, namely, the sons of Cathal UaQaU- 
chobair. — Donchadh, son oí Ua DomnaiU and two sons of 
Tuathal Ua GaUchobair, namely, Owen and Toirdelbach, 



1498. * Captivity, — See O'NtUh | * NighU,^BtA 1076, n. 2. 
Ust item bnt 11, of 1497. | ^B,^Booth8\ Bohoepar.,oo.Fer. 



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T)onrinaill, vo puafluccrB ó THac ^Oiaptnaca*'. — ^T^maf 
óg, mac "Comaif lapla, fnic' 5®tioiT) lapla' 7 Co|imac 
Ó5, mac Copbmaic, mic' Za\^^' TTles Capiiéail, vo lean- 
muin Go^ain, mic ^01-55, mic' Cofibmaic' Tnej; Caíipcai|, 
a T^óíxai-bect; 7 Cogan pein 7 a '5{[a]f mac t>o mafibafe 
leo ann 7 «uileaBa[i]n beifif e vo mafiba* leo ann, 
iXK)n, pilib, mac ^OtaiimaDa h[tl]i ShuilleaBain 7 a 
mac f in, iT)on, ^0*5 1 n' 6aennai| «uilleatkiin', 
7 va mac 'DhuiB'bafa TTlic ShuiBne, iT)on, Cmann^ 7 
Aii2d afaile*' | 7' bfian 05, mac btiiain TTlic ShuiBne' 7 T>aine 
imT>a aili. — Slaine, insen TTlic Comnafia, iwn, injen* 
8hiT>a caim TTlic Conmafa, ben TTlic Uilliam Clamni- 
TlicaifiT), iT>on, UiUeoB, mac Uilleas aili, T^'heg in 
bliaftain fi^ a ruf an ejifail^ 

«célmóf i^ n-efinn^uile* ifin» blia*ain fi*: iT)on^ fo* 
fíf . TTlac TTlagnufa TTlheg Ui'bin "oo ég in' bliobam fi' : 
iXK)n, Cacal 05, mac Caeail, mic' CoÉail'S mic^'Silla-paT)- 
PX115, mic TTlaéa 7 afaile'; neoc bui 1 n-a tiaT:a£ pori 
Seana* 7 1 n-a canánafi cofaB i^ n-af T>-TTlaca 7 1 n-efpu- 
coiT>ecc ClocaiTi 7 1 n-a 'BesanaC fofi loc-eif ne 7 1 n-a pen- 
fun a n-lníf-cam^ Loía-hefne 7 t>o buí a n-T^egánxxicc 
Loca-hef ne 1 n-a feri-maiT) efpuic ffi" u. m-blia*na x. 
fiia n-a eixT^cc. 1nT> leac[c] logmuf imoffo 7 m gem 
jlome 7 in perla folut^a 7 cifci caifce*a inT> ecnai 
7 cfiaeB cnuaf aig na Canome 7 TX^puf na x)efepci 7 na 
cennfa 7 na hailgme 7** m coluim ati s^ome cpi*e 7 m 
rufruif. aix enT>ca** 7 m nec x^'af' bui'bigi T)ama 7 
T>eopai'5 7 T)eiblein bocTO epenn® 7 m íie£^ bu? lan th) 

1498. ^ouB. «ti-D-e-.A. »an, B. *atinfo, B. »-aein, A. •eiri-, 
A. ^neaé, A. fnioir.niicniaéntifa, ad., B. ff |ve-* pace-ad., B. 

the leaat, open to grave doubt, 
which the textual Btatement (cf. n. 
8, in/.) doea not sufflce to remoTe, 
whether the same peraon was canon 
oí Clogher and of Annagh. 
7 2)eaji.— Roral Dean, Offioial, or 



* Liberated.^Bj ranaom. See 
Ua DomnaUl, 20th entry of 1497. 
*£arL — Of Desmond. 
^ HotpUaller.^Biatach . cf. 1177, 

n.lO. 
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and Art, son of Conn Ua DomnaiU, were liberated^ from 
Mac Diarmata. — Thomas junior, son of Earl* Thomas, 
son of Earl Gerald and Cormac junior, eon of Cormao, 
son of Tadbg Mag Carthaigh, followed Eogan, son of 
Tadhg, son of Cormac Mag Carthaigh, with a pursuing 
party and Eogan himself and his two sons and O'SuíUeb- 
hain of Beirre, namely, PhiUp, son of Diarmaid O'SuiUeb- 
hain and his son, namelj, Tadhg O'SuiUebhain of the 
Caennach and two sons of Dubdara Mac Suibhne, namelj, 
Edmond and another and Brian junior, son of Brian Mac 
Suibhne and many other persons were slain by them there. 
— Slaine, daughter of Mac Conmara, nameiy, daughter of 
Sida Mac Conmara the Stooped, wife of Mac WiUiam of 
Clann-Ricaird, namely, Ulick, son of another UUck, died 
this year, in the beginning of Spring. 

A great tale in aU Ireland this year : to wit, this below. 
Mac Maghnusa Mag Uidhir, died this year : namely, 
Caihal junior, son of Cathal, son of Cathal, son of QiUa- 
Padraig, son of Matthew, etc. ; one who was hospitaUar^ 
over Seanadh and canon choral in Ard-Macha and in the 
bishopric of Clochar® and dean^ over Loch-Eme and par- 
son in Inis-cain of Loch-Erne and who was in the 
deanery of Loch-Erne as TÍcar of the bishop® for 15 year8 
before his decease. The precious stone, in sooth, and the 
gem of pxirity andthe shining star, the stored chest of wis- 
dom and fruitful® branch of Scripture and fount of charity 
and meekne88 and mUdness and the dove f or purity of heart 
and the turtle for chastity and the one to whom were 
most gratef ul the [bardic] bands and pUgrims and poor 



(14981 



Vicar Forane (cf. 1394, xl 5), of the 
deaner7 oí Longh Eme (Clogher 
dio.), which oontainB 12 ohnrohes 
m the Tax. Bon. VHL (/). i., V. 
p. 212). 

* And'-Hshop.—The writer, it 
thns appeais, wasnuaware that all 



thi8 i8 implied in de<m over Loch- 
Eme. 

The F. M. improve on the text 
b7 reading dean and jncar (ren- 
dered deacon and eoaé^tor hj O'D. 
iv. 1248). 

» Fmtí/itA— Lit, fití«y. 



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430 ccMWCcla uUroh. 

Itab 7 XK) ecna i n-^afi uile el(r5ain® co' hcnmpfi a 
eiqpecra' eceti 'Dli|e* 7 'Dia|a£r, pfi^eCr: 7 pellfainie^ 
7 ealaftain 5«ei'5il5i aiixcena 7 ne£^ |io £umT)ai| 7 po 
éeglaim 7 tvo íinoil CCM LeabUR aa' c^ leaB|iai15 iUm- 
•Dai[Bf ailiB'*. Ocuf a ég T)o'n salufi bpic^® in flcm(r5 
]CaUainn xk) m? OCpiiil, *Oia-haine ajfi ai laiéi feci:- 
muine", Ix. anno eccrcif fue. Ocuf rHibfaD gafi nec 
•Dia le|fa inx)*' lebuf fa 7 'Dia poijena^ a bennaCu fOfi 
an anmain fin Tílic* ÍHha^ufa*. 

T)omnall, mac Wectxiin, mic 'Coifíi'oelbail, mic' Heill 
gaifB' hlli "DomnaiU, 'o'heg 'do n jaluf bfiic^^ in blia- 
•Bain fi. — 8a*b, ingen CCifr hlii íleiU, 'DTieg in blia- 
•Bain fi'* ix)on, in^^ ben x)0 bi ag Rémunn, mac pilib 
THes Ui'Bif» po haimfifi fax)a — CaicejfiFÍna , ingen 
B98b 8heaain, | mic in efpuic Tíleg lli'5ifi, •D'hegin' blia-bain 
fi'. — TTlaifSfes, ingen T)omnaiU baUai| TTles Ui-bifi, 
ix)on, ben h[tl]i phlannagain Ti^uaiéi-Raéa, ix)on, 51 Ui- 
bepx; hUa phlannccBain, x^'heg in blicrfiain [pj. Ocuf** 
leifin lanaiftain fin fio cumx)ai|e'5 feipel a n-onoiji 
*Oia [sic I 1. T)é] 7 TTluife af in (lcai'5-mó|i, Baile h[tl]i 
phlannagain. Ocuf a hax)luca'5 a n-T)un-na-n5aU 
lafi m-buai'B aiífi^i^ — Ri Pjiancc, ix)on, Capoluf 
occauuf, •D'heg in blia'5ain fi, qucrDfagefimali cem- 
pofe. — Cofmac TTlas CofCfai'5, fái cleifi§ a Lex 7 
a Canoin, x^'heg in blicr5ain fi. — Copmac, mac eogain, 
mic an eafpuic TTles Coclain, oippiceU Cluana-mac- 
Hoif 7 fai cleifi^, in ChfifTO quieuic — Innfoigi-^ vo 
•5enum xk) hUa "DomnaiU, ix)on, X)' CCe'5 pucr^, af clainn 
CCift; hUi íleiU 7 clann CCift; 7 é pein vo éeapftail •o'a 
ceili 7 bfife'5 af clcnnn CCifc 7 TTlaeil[-8h]eclainii, 
mac íleiU, mic CCifc, x)o mafbcr^ leif hlla n-*OomnaiU 

1498. «eal-,A. «fíGalt-, A. Wbtieac,A. "-1, A. "an, A « of- 
OTv'fstiibeó fo—from which thi$ [eampendium} w<u writtm, B. k*after 
titioil, B. **Caeail 0157 atvaile— o/ Catíial junior^ etc, B. í no, f— or, 

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mendicants of Ireland and the one wlio was f ull of grace 
and of knowledge in every science, both law and divinity, 
plijBÍc and pliilo8opliy, and knowledge of Gaidhelic also 
to the time of his decease, and one that projected and 
collected and compiled this book from very many other 
boo^s. And he died of the small pox, on the lOth of the 
Kalends of the month of April [March 23], Friday the 
week day, in the 60th year of his age. And let every 
one that shall read tmis book and avail of it bestow hís 
benison upon that sonl of Mac Maghnusa. 

Domnall, son of Nechtain, son of Toirdelbach, son of 
Niall IJa DomnaiU the Bough, died of the small pox this 
year. — Sabia, daughter of Art TTa NeiU, namely, the wife 
whom Redmond, son of Philip Mag TJidhir, had for a long 
time, died this year. — Catherine, daughter of John, son of 
bishop^^ Mag XJidhir, died this year. — Margaret, daughter 
of Domnall Mag TJidhir the Freckled, namely, wife of TJa 
Flannagain of Tuath-ratha, namely, Gilbert TJa Flanna- 
gain, died this year. And by that couple was built a chapel 
in honour of God and Mary on Achadh-mor,^^ the town 
of TJa Flannagain. And she was buried in Dun-na-Gall 
after victory of penance. — The king of the French, namely, 
Charles VIII., died this year, in Lenten time [Pas. Sat., 
Ap. 7]. — Cormac Mag Coscraidh, an eminent cleric in 
[Civil] Law and in Canon [Law], died this year. — Cormac, 
son of Eogan, son of bishop^ Mag Cochlain, Official of Clu- 
ain-mac-Nois and an eminent cleric, rested in Chríst. — ^An 
inroad was made by TJa Domnaill, namely, by Aedh the 
Red, on the sons of Art TJa NeiU and the sons of Art and 
himself met each other and rout was put on the sons of 
Art and Mael[-Sh]echlainn, son of Niall, son of Art, was 
slain by TJa DomnaiU and he pursued them unto the 



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^^ Bishop.^Dieá 1483, supra, 
^Achadh'fnor.—OreatJuld; the 
^hamore oí 1496, n. 16. Cf. 



O'D. iv. 1246-7. 

^Bishop, — Cormao of Clonmao- 
noise, 1427-42 (Ware, 173), 



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432 aMNafxt uUroti. 

7 a leanmuin cofiuigi oti Caiflen-iíiaet 7 ati caiflen vo 
gabail 7 U11. ni-be|\cenna x. ei'oig t>o Buain aff 7 u- 
bpai^e X. vo ^aboil ann, pe •ba mac Ruai'Bpi Bacai|, 
mic enfxi, mic Oosain hUí NeiU, i'oon, pei'oUm[i'5] 7 
CCe-b 7 pa Heccain, mac' Bo^ain' h[tl]í "DomnaiU 7 pa 
mac Bi^necain h[tl]i "Domnaitt.— O Neitt t>o mapba* 
in blia'5ain fi : i-oon, enfií Ó5, mac entii, mic eojain', a 
V)^ CCiíic, mic CCe-ba, mic' eogain' hUí Neitt, a^ T^uaiC- 
eaCafta^ te 'oa mac Cuinn (i'oon^, hUa Neitt^), mic** entii, 
mic eogainN foon, roitifi'oetbaC 7 Conn, i'oon, ctann 
inpne an latita. Ocuf if teif in Onfí Ó5 fin th) €uic 
aéaif nax)eip fin, u. btiaftna foime fin*, petonife [sic]- 
1n 'D-af a* lcattainn x. "00 líii CCusufu vo^ fona* in maf- 
ba'B fin enfi 015^ 

(A) 
T)omnatt, mac Cnfi, mic Oosain htli NeitU iT)on, nea£ 
T)'af soifeD Weitt foime fin, vo nnot a CafaT) 7 a 
ÉteamnaT) co hein ína'B, iT)on, fticc RemuinT) TTlhes I 
A. iisb maésaTÍina 7 innfoiéi'5 tk)iB co "Dun-SenainT) ^bei feat 
ím an caiften 7 bec T)oib ofBci TTlaifci af fin afin 
Cfoir-Cai'5beanai|. pei['5]tim[i'5], mac h[tl]í Neitt 
fin vo mafba'5, iT)on, mac Cnfí Ó15, vo txiffains 
HeitUmic CCifT: h[tl]i Heitt 7 5ac[a] coimi;inoit aiti 
T)'a f uaif of f a ifin maiT)in "Dia-TTlaifc. Ocuf a fagait 
1 n-a coT)ta'5 7 1 n-a tuigi t)oiB 7 p uaf-T)Ufca* namoc 
vo éabaift; opfa 7 maiT)m mofi vo éabaifc annfin 7 
mofan vo líiaiéiB in ChuiEi'5 vo iíiafba'5 ann, pa mac 
in "Domnaitt fin htl[i] Neitt, iTK)n, fa enfi 7 pa TTlac 
Cofeiíiaeit, iT)on, gitta-paT^faig TTlac^ Caimaeit** 7 fa*" 
phei['5]tim[i'5]', mac' flemuinn TTles TTlaésomna 7 p a^'Sa 

1498. k-k=i392b (o,A). i-oaT^ B. 



w Caw&n-m.— See 1472, n. 8. i aidh ([11291, n. 4, «íi.) ; Armagh 

" Tuath-S,^Territoty o/ Each- \ bar., oo. Ar. 



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Caislen-maeP and the castle was taken and 17 suits of t^^^^l 
armour were taken from it and 15 liostages were got 
there, including two sons of Buaidhri the Lame, son of 
Henry, eon of Eogan TJa Neill, namelj, Feidhlimidh and 
Aedh and including Nechtain, son of Eogan XJa Dom- 
naill and the son of Eignechan TJa DomnaiU. — O'Neill, 
nameiy, Henry junior, son of Henry, son of Eogan, was 
slain this year, in the house of Art, son of Aedh, son of 
Eogan XJa Neill, in Tuath-Echadha'*, by two sons of 
Conn (that is, [the] Ua Neill), son of Henry, son of Eogan, 
namely, Toírdelbach and Conn, namely, sons of the 
daughterifi of the Earl. And it is by that Henry felli« 
the f ather of those two, five years before that, in treachery. 
On the 12th oí the Kalends of the month of Angust 
[July 21] was done that slaying of Henry junior. 

Domnall, son of Henry, son of Eogan XJa NeiU, namely, 
he who was proclaimed O'Neill before that, mustered his 
friends and his people-in-law, namely, the descendants of 
Redmond Mag Mathgamna, to one place and an inroad 
was made by them to Dun-Gennain and they were a while 
about the castle and the eve of Tuesday after that at 
Cros-Caidhbenaigh. Feidhlimidh, son of that O'Neill who 
was slain, namely, son of Henry jimior, drew on them Niall, 
son of Art O'Neill and every other muster he foimd, on 
the Tue8day moming. And they were found by them 
lying down asleep and the cold-awaking of foes was 
given to them and great defeat was inflicted then and 
many of the worthies of the Province were slain there, 
under the son of that Domnall O'NeiU, namely, under 
Henry and under Mac Cathmail, namely, Gilla-Padraig 
Mac Cathmail and under Feidhlimidh, son of Redmond 



wi>aii^A<tfr.— Elenor. Cf. 1497, i "/VZ/.— As in third entrj of 
n. 21. I 1493. 

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mac Shemcnr. ^^^ eficrba moiii XWe^ moesamTia 7 pa* 
mhaeil[-«h]^^^""' mac pei['6jUm[íe] puai*, mic 
CuinT) mes maé^amna' 7 pa^moíian 'o'oiriecT;" mair 7 
^'aef-5tia*a fleacrxi ílemuinn mej macsamna". Ocuf 
OCe*, mac me^ maígamna", i'oon', mac bfiain, mic 
Remuinn', do BCtBail ann 7 a n-ei£ 7 a n-eiT)e'5 utle* 
•d'p otx^la vo buaín diB. Ocuf an pei['5]lim[i'5] peiffin^ 
neoc* vo iiiSne an caff ain^ fin, vo íoz 1 n-a cinn vo 
buille vo f;a a fjiiéguin an iftcrBma fin 7 ég** a ceann 
nomai'be*'. 

(B) 

maiT)m Cfioifi-Cai'óbeanaigi cm blia*ain [fij ofi 'Oomnall 
hUa Weia (i'oon,' hUa Weia') f ia peif)lim[if)], mac en|ii, 
mic eosain 7 f,ia WiaU, mac CCiiic hUi Heill, du mofx' 
maf,ba* mac in "OomnaiU fin, iDon, Onfii 7 inafi' mafiba^ 
mac Catmaeil, iDon, gilla-paDfiais {ete.^ as in A). 

mac-an-baifiD Oifigialt D'heg Do'n plai* in blicrBain 
fi*, iDon, CCe*. — Ca€a[i]n D'heg an' bliaDain fi*, iDon', 
8eaan, mac CCtbne h[tl]i' Ca6a[i]n', fecémain*' fiia feit 
Cfiof^— mac mognufa do Donam an bticrbain fi* do n 
Oifpifet mac ma^nufa, iDon, do TThomaf, mac Coéait 
015, mic^ Caíait ot^ atti, mic Ca€ait moifi** mic' ma§- 
nufa',te^ mag Ui-Bifi, iDon, te 8eaan, mac pitib meg 
Ui'feiív 7 te 'Comaf, mac TiJomaif 015 meg Ui'Bifi, iDon, 
te nanufci phefi-manafi in Txm fin 7 te maiíitJ an T;ifie 
afiCena, ecefi citt 7 cuccié. Ocuf an Cecain fiia peit 
mi£it" Do fxi^ne* fin a n-lnif-^seittínDb. — hUa^* 
Cuifinin vh&s in btia'Bainfi,iT)on',Concobuficafitiac*. — 
pitib, mac roififT>etbai§, mic^ pitib^ mheg Ui'Bifi, do 
•5ut afi' innfoi^i'b' a reattac-eaéafi 7 ctann* emcnnD 

1498. " -eil, "witfi dot ander e, (A) MS. " 0, A. ™ aile naé aifUifiT^efi 
omnfo vo mafvba^ ann — [cmd mani/] oihers that are not rtchoned here 
were elain there, B. '*->'also after Hemttmn, t'n/ra, B. <>htla íleiU« ad., 
B. p T)e— o/fV, td., B. <i=1486». "=H46«^. >htJaO-,ad, B.*fÍ4ec 
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Uag Mathgamiia and under two sons of James, son of 
Echaídh Mor Mag Mathgamna and under Mael[-Sh]ech- 
lainn, son of Feidhlimidh the Red, son of Conn Mag 
Mathgamna and under many good counsellors and trueted 
folk of the descendants of Redmond Mag Mathgamna. 
And Aedh, eon of Mag Mathgamna, namely, son of 
Brian, son of Redmond, was taken there and their horses 
and their armour were almost all wrested from them. 
And that Feidhlimidh himself that drew on those forces 
was wounded in his head with the stroke of a spear in 
the heat of that def eat and died at the end of a novena. 

(B,0) 
The defeat of Oros-Oaidhbenaigh [was inflicted] this jear 
on Domnall XTa Neill (namely, [the] Ua Neill) by Feidh- 
limidh, son of Henry, son of Eogan and by NiaU, son of 
Art Ua NeiU, where were slain the son of that Domnall, 
namely, Henry and Mao Oathmail, namely, Gilla-Padraig 
{efc,y as in A). 

Mac-an-baird^^ of Oirghialla, namely, Aedh, died of the 
plague this year. — O'Oathain, namely, John, son of Aibne 
O'Oathain, died this year, a week before the feast of 
[Holy] Oross. — ^The Official Mac Maghnusa, namely, 
Thomas, son of Oathal junior, son of another Oathal jimior, 
son of OathalMor Mac Maghnusa, was made^ Mac Magh- 
nusa this year by Mag Uidhir, namely, by John, son of 
Philip Mag Uidhir and by Thomas, eon of Thomas Mag 
Uidhir junior, namely, by the tanist of Fir-Manach at 
that time, and by the worthies of the country, both clergy 
and laity, besides. And the Wednesday before Michael- 
mas that was done in Inis-Sgeillinn. — Ua Ouirnin, namel^, 
Concobur Oarrach, died this year. — Philip, son of Toir- 
delbach son of Philip Mag Uidhir, went on an inroad into 
Tellach-Eathach and the sons of Edmond Mag Uidhir 

^ Afa^<ifi-^.->S6e 1178, n. 11. i father (the Oompiler of theae An- 
^Míid$^ln «aeoeerion to hÍB | nals from 481 to 1497). 

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436 ocNnocLoc uUroh. 

THes Ui'Bifi -f clann ^iUa-pcrofiais THes Ui'Biíi^th) •Bul 
A ii3o leif atin" 7 j an tá\í x)o fi[u]15al •doiB pi 8nam-na-neac. 
Ocuf baile ÍTlhe^ ShaTftfia^ain 'oo lofca5 leo 7 impo'B 
DoiB af' a n-aif 7 ni f ucax)Ufi ajfi CfieacaiB, no af éDail. 
B 98o Ocuf f ucaT)Uf off a maiéi | an cif e afi an inipo'5 f in 
co roif focfuim 7' T)o impÓT)ap na huaifli fin ap an 
cofatl' 7 T)o bfifeaDUf oppa co fona, fenamail ann- 
fin 7 T)0 mafbaT)Uf qitup afi pcic T)o'n cóp ai'5 afi tn 
tiuai^ fin, pa 'Ba mac CCe-ba, mic eogatn Tíle^ 8ham- 
faíain, iT)on, 'Ca'Bs 7 TTla§nuf (iT)on^ in^* cletfecO- 
Ocuf an CU1T) aile t)iV t)o Clainn-lTftaip 7 t)0 Clainn 
fnic-an-caifi§ 7 T)'oifecT; 'Ceallai^ - Gaíac afcena. 
Ocuf T)0 mapbaft póf'' o pefatB-TTlanaÉ a fpiuguin na 
f uaja fin, iT)on, piaiébefxxic, mac T)uinn, mic' GmainT)' 
TTlhes Ui'Bifi. Ocuf 1:^10^000 laei feil Tntctl t)o** funn- 
f oB** T)0 fona'5 na* gntma^ fin. — Caiflen T)una-5enainT) 
T)o ^abail in^ blia&ain fi'' le fef-ínaiT) fig 8axan a' 
n-efinn, iT)on', lapla Cille-T)afa, afi TOpfaing 'Coipfi- 
Delbaig, mic CuinT) h[ll]i WeiU. Ocuf ufmop. 5^ei- 
•5eal T)eifce[i]fc Cfenn a focaifi an lafla af on 
cafpains i^n 7 hlla^* T)omnaiU, iT)on, CCe'5 fua5 
7 TDag tli'5iii, iT)on, 8eaan, mac' pilib', mic** Chomaif* 
TTlhes Ui-^if, r n-a foCaif* af an rafpains ceT^a^ 
Ocuf T)omnaU hUa "MeiU co n-a clainn 7 co n-a 
£aifT)i15 uile' T)o** '^ul, flua^ Diatpmi-^e, a coinne an 
5iufT:if T)ocum^ an caifletn ceT;na^ 7 a** gabail' le 
jgunna'^aiB [t)oi15] ap^ naiftafaS^ Ocuf mopan bfagaT) 
T)o buain af, fa mac h[ll]í "DomnaiU t)0 bi bli(r5ain 
lUaim^^ fioime fin 7 fa OCfT;, mac h[tl]í WeiU moiii' 

1498. ** a t-, A. « ai\ an intifoiéi'ó pn— on that inroad, ad., B, 
^-▼=1392^ ^om., A. C»ann, ad., B. 1 n-a fx)6airi 7, ad., (caiflein 
Bhould be -len) B. «00, prf., B. 

"^naw-fia-n. — Smmmin§ of the I Bittutted, the oontezt ahows, netr 
horses (i. e. a part of the rirer or 1 BallTmagauran, co. Cav. 
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and the sons of Gilla-Padraig Mag Fidliir went wítli liim 
thither and the countrj waa traversed by them to Snam- 
na-neach^^ And the town of Mag Samradhain was 
bumed by them and they tumed back and came not on 
[cattle-Jspoils, or chattel. And the worthies of the coimtry 
overtook them on tbat retreat with a very 'Jarge pur- 
suing party and those nobles turned on the pursuing 
party and defeated them 8piritedly, succesnfull^ then aud 
slew three and twenty of the pursuing party in that 
rout, under two sons of Aedh, son of Eogan Mag Samra- 
dhain, namely, Tadhg and Maghnus (that is, the cleric). 
And the other portion of them [slain were] of the Clann- 
Imair and of the Clan of Mac-in-taisigh^ and of the 
muster of Tellach-Eathach also. And there was slain 
also by the Fir-Manach in the heat of that rout Flaith- 
bertach, son of Donn, son of Edmond Mag Uidhir. And 
on the vigil of Michaelmas preciselv those deeds were 
done. — ^The castle of Dun-Geuainn was taken this year 
by the Deputy of the king of the Saxons in Ireland, 
namely, the Earl of Xildare, at instigation of Toirdelbach, 
son of Conn O'NeilL And very many of the Gaidhil of 
the South of Ireland [went] with the Earl on that expe- 
dition*^ and Fa Domnaill, namely, Aedh the Red and Mag 
XJidhir, namely, John, son of Philip, son of Thomas Mag 
Uidhir, [went] with him on the same expedition. And 
Domnall Ua Neill, with his sons and with all his friends, 
went [with] a host hard to count to meet the justiciary 
to the same castle and it was taken with guns [by them] 
on the morrow. And many captives were taken from it, 
including the son of O'Domnaill, who was a year^ in 
captivity before that and Art, son of 0*Neill Mor (that 



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^ExpedUion. — Lit., drawing (in- 
stígaiion) : the oanse for ihe effeot. 

^A y#«r.— Sinoe Oot. 19, 1497 
(aN$iU, last item, bnt 11, ib.). 



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aNMalcc ulcroTi. 



(1*0011^ en|xr) 7 pa n-a •5i[a]f mac' 7** pa Cte'5 m-battí, 
mac h[U]i NetlL (iT)on', enfii*')** 7 pa ifiofian bfwxéat^ 
7^ e-oala aile, ereíi* eacaiC 7 ei'oij^ Ocuf' Ctonn, mac 
6o5ain, mic 'CoiíifiDelbais puai'5 h[tl]i Heill, x)0 niafiba5 
ann Beóp. Ocuf an caiflen •do 6abai|ic vo *Ohoninall 
hUa Neill 1 n-a •5iai§ fin 7 afuxile'. Ocuf an fluag 
5ccU 7 na 5<iei'5il fin 'oo 'oul affin co caiflen na 
hOémai|e 7 Niall, mac OCifc h[tl]i Neitt, vo éecc 1 n-a 
cenn 7 bp ai§Di vo iabaifix; t>oi15 a n-gitt f e fi€ afi fccté 
a €if e 7 a cafoeoit'*. Ocuf na ftuaga fin vo impo* 
Dia ci^tf fo 15uai'5 cofguif^ 

(0^^ bfiain D'heg an btio'^ain fi*, i-oon, an 51 tta 
D u 15, fi 'Cua-^-TTluiftan^^ — ^T^homaf* THofTOt vo bfeiC 
an bticr5ain fi. Ocuf T)iaf muiD 8bfuan, do muinnuifi 
Cheanna-fáti, x)0 mafba'5 in btia-^ain fi afi cumufc 
Ocuf rfi hofiDtaige do Buain do ^oro emain ííloifcta, 
iDon, a6aif Tomaif inofT^ta, D'ojxcafi do gunna anDfa 
cumufs coOTa fin 7 T:uitte'5 af p£iD -00 ctainn -00 bpei€ 
•5o 'n-a •5iai| f in'*.) 

Alisd ]CaL lan. 3 f., L [xui.*], CCnno *Oomini ni.'' cccC* ax;.* 
ix.'* TDaiDm mof an*" btia'^ain fi^ teif hUa m-biiiain 
af phiaf Uf f ua-^ buinttef, dú inaf 'mafbaft Suiffiin 
Citte-Cainni| 7 mopan •oo' muinncif an phia[f]uif 
fin' 7 inaíi'beana'5 6 xx. Dej tuífefi diB, m Dicuni; 
quiDam. — 0** "Domnaitt, iDon, CCe'5 fua^*, 'oo Dut ap, 
Jattcacc an btiff5ain fi a cinn fif-ínaiD figSaxan, 
iDon, 5©l^oiD, mac 'Comaif lafta (7** mac an lafta* do 
cabaifiT; "50 teif do* Datra, iDon, hOCnfi'*'). — bean 

1491. «ai».— w, bb-bb — 13941.1. o<H»ii2d,n.t.h.,A; om.,B. 
1499. •xx., A, B. ^t>om., B. <^ ele— o<A«r», B. <^-<ienfied, B. 
•^= 1394 ". 



^Ed, JT.— He Babscribed the 
oath oí allegiance to HeD. VIL in 
the ohnroh of St Meltoke [Mo-EU' 



oc, myyoung EU^ Deo. 1 1, Cal. (kn,\, 
JBanaale^ Jnne 29, 1488 {EHbn- 
nica^ 72). 



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is, Henrj) and liis two sons ^nd Aedh the Stammerer, [1498] 
son of O'Neill (that is, Henry) and many captives and 
chattel besides, both horses and accoatrement And 
Conn, son of Eogan, son of Toirdelbach O'NeiU the Red, 
was slain there also. And the castle wasgiven to Domnall 
IJa Neill after that and so on. And that host of 
Foreigners and the Gaidhil went fromthat to the castle of 
the Oghmagh and Niall, son of Art O'Neill, went to 
meet them and gave hostages to them in pledge for peace 
[and] to save his countrj and his castle. And thosehosls 
retumed to their hoases with triumph of victorj. 

(O'Briain, namely, the black Gillie, king of 
Thomond, died this year, — Thomas Mortel was born this 
year. And Diarmuid Sbruan, of the people of Xinsale, 
was slain this year in a quarrcL And Edmond Mortel** 
namely, father of Thomas Mortel, was partially mutilated 
by shot of gun in that same encounter and more than a 
Bcore of children were bom to him af ter that.) 

E^lends of Jan. on 3rd feria, [16th of the moon,] a.d. [1499] 
1499. Great defeat^ this year by Ua Briain* on Piers? 
Butler the Red, wherein were slain the Sovereign of Kil- 
kenny and many of the people of that Piers and wherein 
16 score of corslets were taken from them, as some say. — 
O'Domnaill, namely, Aedh the Red, went into the Foreign 
settlement this year, to met the deputy of the Mng of the 
Saxons, namely, Gerald, son of Earl Thomas (and the son 
of the Earl, namely, Henry, was taken away with him to 
be fostered*). — The wife of Mag Craith (that is, Henry), 
namely, of the coarb of the Termon of Dabeog, namely. 



For the literal ▼enion oí the 
textoal aooonnt oí the matilation, 
Bee O'D. iy. 1248. 

1499. ^Drfeai.'^'FoT the origin 
of the feod that ended thns, see 
Ftc«royf, 448-63. 



^Ua A— Torlogh the Brown, 
8on of Tadhg (ob. 1466, stip,), and 
nephew of king Torlogh ob. 1498). 

> Tiers, — ^Eigbth Earl of Ormond. 
Cf. 1497, n. 10. 

«i^0«t#red:— Cf. 1411,n. 4. 



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440 ccMNaloc uLoroti. 

ÍHhes [C]pai€ iT>on'', Ruai'Bíii''), i'oon^ coniafiba 'Ce\í' 
fnuinn "DaBeoíife^ D^heg in^ blia'5ain fi^ iT)on, Jí^aine, 
ingen in' P|iiopa' h[ll]i phlanna5a[i]n. — ÍHalnuf, mac 
^OFPí^aié 015', mic S^FFpaig' fiuai'B*' 171 e^ tli*i|i^ vo 
níiatiba'5 in blioBain fi** le reallac-eaÉac. — Cain>el 
bona "DpoBaifi vo gabail in^ bliaíain f 1* le mac h[tl]i 
T)omnaill (ix)on", OCe-Ba fiuai'b''), iT>on, le' 'DonncaD n a' 
n - o fT) ó 5', a]\ bafiT^aiB h[U]i 'Domnaill pein^ 7 CCe-o, 
mac h[tl]i T)omnaill, T)o fui'oe pa'n caiflen cecna 7 
Pilib, mac 'CoipfT)elbai| ÍHhe^ Ui'fiip, vo T)uI le Vííá^ 
Ui'Dif i*fupcacc h[tl]i "Domnaill 7 a mic, iT)on, CCe'5a. 
Ocuf "Donncaft na n-ofT)05 T)0 ÉesmaiL T)'a' ceile* 
7 pilib, mac 'CoiftiT^elbaié 7 ia'5 vo buala'5 a* ceile* 7 
ec^ T)onn£ai'5 na** n-ofT)0 5*' vo maf ba'^ 7 é f éin* 
T)o qfuxfcf a'^^ 7 a® |abail le*" pilib^ ap an laíaif fin 
co fenamail 7 a éoipbefT; t)'0 'DomnaiU. Ocuf an 
B 98d caifT)elT)o buain T)e in la cecna* | 7 T)onncff5 vo TOifi- 
beipc afif T)0 íHhas Ui'5ifi 7 a cabaifc leif T)ía n^ 7 
nfi ficic bó T)0 mac Tx)iffT)el15aiJ ua'^ hUa® n-T)om- 
naill -f apaile^ — TTlac "Domnaill CLoinni-Cheallaig 
T)'hes in blia-^ain fi, 1*0011, Cofmac, mac CCifu ÍHic 
^Oomnaill, fef^ T)aenaccac, T)ei^eini§ 7 a aT^luco^ a 
Cluain-eoif laf m-buai-^ ai€fi§e^'. — TTlac mic phiaf- 
fu[i]f buícillef T^'hes*" in^ blia'Bain fiN iT)on', Cmonn, 
mac 8emaif, mic Piafpu[i]f burallef', fai^ cinn 
feoSna 7 fep ngi a\^ov gu coix^Éenn^ — bicaifi Cuile- 
maine T^'heg an** blia'Sain fi^ iT)on, Loclainn ÍTlac 
JiUa-calma, iT)on^ fef cleif £151 T)aenacra6 f ubalcafi^ 
— TTlac SiUa-phinT)ein (iT)on\ enfi^) vo gabail in°* blia- 
'oain"* fi' la "DafCf ai§e TTIhes phlanncaiu — bpian, mac 
TTlhes tli'5ifi, iT)on% mac 8eaain°, mic^ pilib TTleg 

1499. ^ pefin, B. ^ a, A. K^ «D'aiioili, B. *^ atioili, B. » eac, A. 
«pox>ein, B. ^-pcaiTXC A. ^vo, B. »0, A. "=1392^ f = »»-*». 
»»■»» af ter |»in, B. ^pn—thcU, B. M = 1444K ^' after btiicilleTV, iii/n», 
B. w = 1384<««. «»n» after fhlanncai'D, B. nn=1467***. 



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441 



Graine, daughter of the Prior^ OTlannagain, died this 
year. — Maghnus, son of Godfrey junior, son of Godfrej 
Mag XJidhir the Red, was slain this year by the Tellach- 
Eachach. — The castle of Bun-Drobhaíei^ was taken this 
year by the son of O'Domnaill (that is, of Aedh the Red), 
namely, by Douchadh of the Thumbs, from the 
warders of O'DomnaiU himself and Aedb, son of O'Dom- 
naill, sat beneath the same castie and PhiHp, son of 
Toirdelbach Mag XJidhir, went, with [the] Mag Uidhir, to 
the aid of O'DomnaiU and of his son, namely, of Aedh. 
And Donchadh of the Thumbs and Philip, son of 
Toirdelbach, met each other and they fought each other 
and the horse of Donchadh of the Thumbs was 
killed and himself prostrated and taken by Philip in that 
place succes8fully and delivered to O'DomnailL And the 
castle was taken from him the same day and Donchadh 
delivered again to Mag Uidhir and carried by him to his 
house and three score cows [were given] to the son of 
Toirdelbach from O'DomnaiU and so on. — Mac DonmaiU of 
Clan-Cellaigh, namely, Cormac, son of Art Mac Domnaill, 
a charitable, truly hospitable man, died this year and was 
buried in Cluain-eois, after victory of penance. — The grand- 
son of Piers Butler, namely Edmond, son of James, son of 
Piers Butler, an eminent leader and a man that kept a 
general guest-house, died thii year. — The vicar of Cuil- 
maine, namely, Lochlainn Mac Ghilla-calma, a humane, 
virtuous clerical man, died this year. — Mac-GiUa-Finnein 
(namely, Henry) was taken this year by the Dartraighe of 
Mag Flannchadha. — Brian, son of Mag Uidhir, namely, son 
of John, son of Philip Mag Uidhir, was taken by the sons 
of Brian Mag Uidhir in the beginning of Summer of this 



[1499] 



» Prior.^Oi Deveniflli ; ob. 1462, 

8Up. 

^Bun-D.'-Moulh of Drohhais 



(Drowse, wliioh runs from Longh 
Melvin into Donegal Baj); Bon- 
drowse. Cf. 1420, Ist itenu 



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442 CCMMCCta ulccoti. 

A ii4a lli*ifi^ vo gaboil I le clcnnn bíiicnn íílhes Ui'fiin a* uir 
«haThfiai'fi na blia^bna fa^ — 8ile, in^en an epptiic Tlles 
Ui'fiip, iT)on, íiof erptíc'*, v'he^ m^ bLia*ain fi^ — *Oonn, 
mac Confobuifi, mic CCe^a Ííle5 lii'Biii, vo mafiba* le 
PefiailS-luiiiB in* blia*ain [fi J iT)on, te clainn Txmjiíi- 
'oelbaig hlli íílhaelaDum^ — Cofimac'' •ouB, mac Txn'Ss 
h[tl]i Caifi'oe, Vheg in ^110*01^^ [fi]. — íílaeil[-8h]- 
ecLamn, mac ííluficai*, mic' 'Cai'Bs' T11e5 RognaiLU'oo 
éabaiL Le Conn capfia^, mac' Za^^^ mic 'Ci§efinain' hUi 
Ruai|ic 7 Le 8eaan, mac 'Ci^efinam 7 a tHibaiiit; Leo afi 
1nif-o&;a aji Lo6-niic-nén. Ocuf Rugfiai'Se, mac Tx)ifiii- 
•5eLbai| XX)ej; Uitifi, •o'mnfoigi'fe an lo£a ofifva 7 an "Da 
mac f^n h[U]i Ruaific "do mafiba'5 Leif^ 7 mac an caei5 
íílhes phLanncai'B 7 a mac fin 7 mac Tlluficai'5 "00 
€abaific Leif "Dia ui^ Ocuf hUa 'OomnaiLL, iwn, CCe'B 
fiua*, "D'a fuafLuca'5 uaia 7 caifLen Lia6-Df\oma vo 
€abaific vo hUa 'OomnaiLL afiíf o mac íílufi£ai'5. — 
^nitn mofi tm) •Denaiíi a n-CCLbam an^ bLia'Sam^ [f^] Le fiig 
CCLban, iT)on, Le 8emuf ^T^itSapT), — ^iT)on, Com mofi mac 
TDomnaiLL, fii Innf^-JaLL 7 eom Ca€ana€, a mac 7 Rag- 
naLL^ fiuo* 7 "OomnaLL^ baLLafi vo fiiasa* a n-aen Cfioic 
1' n-a qfiiufi', mi fie lu§nafa*. — 8Luai§e'5 mofi Leif in 
^iufcif in bLia^am [p], iT)on', Le' hlafiLa CiLLe-T>afia, 
iT)on, 5©fioiT), mac T>)maif, mic^ 8heo[i]n €aim^ co hCC€- 
Luam TOfi 8inainn. CCnnfem afi piv Conna£c, gUfigaB 
fe cei€fii caifTOOiL T)o*n £ufi fin, iT)on, caifLen beiL 
CCéa-Lia^ 7 Rof-comam 7 CuiLLfci 7 an caifLen fiia6a€. 
— THac T)iafimaT)a Tílui|i-iuifi5T)'he5in^bLia'5am**[fi], 
iT)on, Ca^s, mac' Ruai'5f\i THic T>iafimaT>a' 7 a T)efibfia- 
íaifi T)o oifiT>nea'5 1 n-a ina5, iT)on, Cofimac, mac Ruai'5fii 

1494. <»^in5en Uojpa, efpttic— <íaiij7A/#r of bishop Rog, B. PfoUows 
next entrj, B. <» OCloacom'Daiiv, ad., B. 



7 i?o#.— Ob. 1450. I • Ubm-ated.—Bj : 

^lnÍ9^.-^I$l(mdo/thebr§a8t. See I ^ VoAn.— Of IsLaj. SeeIX.oftlw 
O'D.'a n., ÍT. 1250. I ezhaoatÍTe note, O'D. tí. 1894^. 



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443 



year. — Julia^ daughter of bishop Mag XJidhir, namelyi 
bishop Ilos,'^ died this year. — Donn, son of Concobur, eon 
of Aedh Mag TJidhir, was slain this year by the Men of 
[Magh-]Luirg, namely, by the sons of Toirdelbach Ua 
Maeladuin. — Cormac the Black, son of Tadhg Ua Caiside, 
died thia year. — Mael[-Sh]echlainn, son of Murohadh, 
son of Tadhg Mag SaghnaUl, was taken by Conn 
Carrach, son of Tadbg, son of Tigeman Ua Euairc and 
by Jobn, 8on of Tigeman and he was brought by them 
on Inis-ochta^ in Loch-mic-nen. And Bughraidhe, son of 
Toirdelbach Mag Uidbir, attacked the Lough against them 
and those two sons of Ua Euairc were slain by him and the 
ion of the Blind [-eye] Mag Flannchadha and his son and 
the son of Murchadh were brought by him to his house. 
And Ua Domnaill, namely, Aedh the Red, liberated® them 
from him and the castle of Liath-druim was given to Ua 
DomnaiU again by the son of Murcbadh. — ^A great deed was 
done in Scotland this year by the king of Scotland, namely, 
by James Stewart, — to wit, John^^ Mor Mac DomnaiU, king 
of Insi-Gall, and John Cathanacb,^ his son and Ragnall the 
Eed and Domnall the Freckled were hung on one gallows, 
the three [four], a month before Lammas. — ^A great hosting 
this year by the ju8ticiary, namely, by the Earl of Xildare, 
namely, Oerald, son of Thomas, son of John the Stooped, 
to Ath-luain beyond Shannon. Then, through tbe length 
of Connacht, so that he took four castles on that circuit, 
namely, the castle of the entrance of Ath-liag^* and 
Roscomain and Tuilsc and tbe Caislen-ríabbach.^ — Mac 
Diarmada of Magh-Luirg, namely, Tadhg, son of Euaidhri 
Mac Diarmada, died this year and bis brother, namely, 
Cormac, son of Ruaidbri Mac Diarmata, was installed in 



[1499] 



^ Caihanach.^8ee [1876], n. 4; 
1484, n. 6. 

^Ath-l. — Ford o/ JlagsUmes; 
AtUeagne, on tlie SucIí, in Atli- 



lone bar., oo. Boe. 

w Ccdalen'r.'-Gresfeasae; Oaetíe- 
rea, in Ballintober bar., oo. BO0. 



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*44 ccMwalcc tiLccDti. 

íílic' ^OiafifnaTO'. — ÍTlas 'Chilefinain TTeallaig-TDun- 
Éa^a Vhes in* blia5ain fi^ i'oon, 8eaan THas 'Chigep- 
nain. — hUa T)omnaill, iT)on, CCe* jiua^, vo ^úU jiluag, 
ap. ITlac n-TDiajimaDa 05 in bliotain [fi], iT)on, afi 
Cojimac, mac ftuai'Bfii' THic' "Oiafimara 7 ^abaiL •oocum 
an bealaig-bui'Be 7 ÍTlac TDiapma'oa T)o £oíu^a5 an 
bealaié T^n jiir. Ocup 'oul afpn co caiflen tia[í-] 
A lub TJfioma 7 TTlac T^iafma'oa "oo €occ 1 n-a coínne anx) | 7 
fi'5 "00 'Benum "ooib fii apoiLe. Ocuf an Chacac, "oo bí 
pe "Da bLia5ain jioime fin a fesrtiuf h[tl]í "OomnaiLL 7 
bfai^e aiLi "00 bí ua'fea a TTluis-iuiiis, "oo éabaipc -00 
7 TTlac T)iapma'oa "oo íabaipc fifa cofanTO •o'hUa 
T)omnaiLL af TTluig-iuifs o fin ama£. — CfieaSa^ mojia 
an bLia'Bain [fi] Le bpian, mac htli WeiLL (i'oon', T)om- 
naLL'), aji TTlac T)omnaiLL CLainni-CeaLLaig, i'oon, aji 
^iLLa-paDfai^^ 

B 99a [b.] K«L. lan. 4 p ., L- [acxui]i., OCnno T)omini TTl.'* 'o.* Ocuf* 
bLia5ain na n-sf af ifin Tloim hi : i'oon, an T)OfUf op-Sa 
'D'fOfLucu'5 7 bLia'5(xin bifex beof hí*. Ruaipc v'he-g 
an bLia'Sain [fi], n)on, pei'5Lim[i'5],mac T)onncai'5, mic' 
Tigefnain'^ eo^an, mac dgepnain, mic Cai'^s h[tl]i 
Ruaifc, "00 iii§a'5 1 n-a ína'5. — 'Co'^s' 05, mac Cai*^, 
mic Cigefnain h[U]i ftuaifco'hes'.— obana[i]n (i'oon*', 
MicoLaf^) aifig-TTlaeLain" T^'he^ in* bLia^am [fi]* 1' 
CLainn-in-íaei£ hUi' ftai^iLLis', n)on, neac "00 bí 1 n-a 
ISicaif 1* n-T)aif e-TTlhaeLain 7 1 n-a aifcinnec aji qnion 
in baiLe cerna. — pepa5ac, mac "Ouinn 015, mic "Ouinn 
moif TTlej Ui'5if 7 bpian, mac Seaain, mic' T)omnaiLL 
baLLaig' TTla^ Ui'^ip, 'oo maíiba'5 Le cLainn Chuinn h[U]í 

1499. 'after-ltii|i5, B. •■•=1379«^. 

1600. [For T)., the MS. reading is ccccc., except at 1538, 1540.-1, 1588 
(117d).] la, A. »a, B. •* om., B. »»-i»=l383»»-^ «before the( ). B. 

^* Belach'b,'~TeUow pass ; Bal- ■ lieu, in Tiperrill bap., co. Sligo. 
laghboj, a well known pass (into 1 Jost 100 i^eara later, it waa the 



Bosoommon oo.) throngh the Cor- | soene of the defeat and death of 



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445 



his plaoe. — ^Mag Tighemain of Tellach-Dunchadha, namely, [U99] 
John Mag Tighemain, died this year. — XJa Domnaill, 
namely, Aedh the Red, went [with] a host this year against 
Mac Diamiata junior, namely, against Gormac, son of Buai- 
dhri Mac Diarmata and adyanced to the Belach-buidhe^^ 
and Mac Diarmada held that Pass against him. And he 
went from that to the castle of Liath-druim and Mac 
Diarmata came to meet him there and peace was made by 
them with each other. And the Cathach^^ which was for 
two years before that out of possession of Ua Domnaill, 
and other pledges that were from him in Magh-Luirg were 
restored to him and Mac Diarmada gave rent of protection 
to Ua DomnaiU for Magh-Luirg from that out. — Great raids 
[were made] this year by Brian, son of Ua Neill (namely, 
DomDalI), on Mac DonmaiU of Clann-CeUaigh, namely, 
on Gilla-Padraig. 

Ealends of Jan. on 4th feria, [27th] of moon, a.d. 1500. í^^ ^-3 
And a year of the Indulgences in Rome it [was] : to wit, 
the Golden Door^ was opened. And it [was] also aBissex- 
tile year. O'Ruairc, namely, Feidhlimidh, son of Donchadh, 
son of Tigheman, died this year and Eogan, son of 
Tigheman, son of Tadhg Ua Ruairc, was made Idng in his 
place. — Tadhg junior, son of Tadhg, son of Tighernan Ua 
Ruairc, díed. — O'Banain (namely, Nicholas) of Daire*- 
Maelain — ^to wit, one who was vicar in Daire-Maelain and 
herenagh over a third of the same place — died this year in 
Clann-in-caich* of Ua RaighiUigL — Feradhach, son of 
Donn junior, son of Donn Mor Mag Uidhir and Brian, 
son of John, son of Domnall Mag Uidhir the Freckled, 



Sir Canjen Olifford. See Li/e of 
O^Donnell, p. ci. sq. 

^Cathach.Soe 1497, n. 14. 

im 1 CMdén 2>(M>r.— See 1450, 
11.2, 



* Daire, — Airech in text. The 
trae f orm Í8 given in ihe ezplana- 
torj clanse. 

» CZann.tn-c.— See [1377], n. 8, 



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446 tjcíiíiocla: tiLaroti. 

AiHc Meill a** m-bel CC€a-na-ma|icla£*. — | ^itla-Ciut^ tnoc 
eoin pinn THic Caba, t>o mafiba* aji' 5íieif 01*061 1 n-a 
íoig pein* le hCCe*, mac Seaain bai-Bi' ííleg TTlaC- 
^amna, / cpec an baile "oo 'oenum t>o pof^. — T)a mac 
T)onncai'5 015', mic T)onncai'5 moifi*, mic' CCeW TTles 
lli'5iíx', iT)on, 8émuf 7 Remunn, "oo matiba'5 le hCojan", 
mac T^onncai-^ fhoiii', mic an CCe'5a ceoia'. — Shb: 
T)uinn, mic Con-ConnaCc Tnheg Uiiip.', 1)0 ^ul a\í 
ínnfoi|i'5 aji baiLe TTI1C Jil-la-f tícii'5 7 ctn 5^LlaT)uB 
(iT)onN TTlas lli'5iii*'), mac Concobuifi, mic' Tx)maif 015 
TTle^ lii^if', T)o map.ba5 leo 7 T)omnall caefi TTlac 
SiUa-fuai* 7 a mac 7 Tluai'Sfii, mac Tk>mnaiU ^ijifi 
(no*, an c-f p.acai'S*) TTlic JíLla-fuai'^ 7 T)aine aili 
7 a u., no a f ó, T)'eacail5 maiíi[C] vo bfeié teo T)oib« — 
eo^an , mac pef a'5aig bailC, mic pef a'5ai|:, mic T>uinn, 
mic Con-ConnacT: TTleg tli'5iti, vo majiba'b le S^^íW^é 
TTIac SiUa-fuai'5'. — Caiflen vo íinnf^naí*] le pilib, 
mac bpiain, mic' pilib' TTle^ tli'5if, an btia'5ain fi* afi 
capíiais Loca-an-TOifB 1' n-a T)u€ai'5 pein'. — 5^tta- 
PaT)fvai5, mac ptaiébefTXXig, mic' T>)maif 015' TTleg 
lli'5ip, T)o fhaf15a5 te Wiatt, mac CCifc h[U]i Meitt 
•f té n-a ctainn' 7 cfieafia mofa vo b|ieiC teo* o ctoinT) 
phtaiébetxrxiié m* ta fin^ — btxian caec, mac Meitt, mic 
«eaain bui'5e, mic' eogain* hUi Meitt, t)0 mafbaS te 
TDomnatt, mac 8eaain bui-^i* h[U]rMeitt'7 te muinnnfi 
CCe'^a an' btio'^ain fi', a n-T)Of Uf caiftein Cinn-aifiT). — 
ptiu£aimpfi T)o fifi 7 T)oínenn T)efimaifi an' btia'^ain' 
fi', f eit na Cfioifie 'fa poéthufi co heif peite paT^fiaig, 
innuf gufi'coif mifc mofian voí) cige^uf 7* co haifii|i an 
cfiuiénecx;'.— "Comaf, mac CCé-^a, mic bfxiain, mic pitib 

1600. »-e,B. *-e,A.<*-<*=1444K •=•*. <-<also(wiUiiT>ofi ad.) after 
t)onnécn'D,{n/ra,B. f|^n,ad.,B. »»-»>= 1384 <«. u = 13921». Hom.,A. 

* Bel-a^-mum, — Mouth o/ ford 1 Magheraorots par., oo. Per. 
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447 



were slain bj the sons of Conn T7a liíeill at Bel-atha-na- 
marclacli^ — Gilla-Críst, son of Jolin Mac Caba the Fair, 
was slain on a night incursion in his own house bj Aedh» 
son of John Mag Mathgamna the Tawny and the pillage 
of the town was done by them also. — Two sons of Donchadh 
jnnior, son of Donchadh Mor, son of Aedh Mag Uidhir, 
namely, James and Rednuind, were slain by Eogan, son of 
Donchadh, son of the same Aedh. — ^The descendants of 
Donn, son of Cu-Connaoht Mag Uidhir, went on inroad 
onthetownofMacGilla-roaidh^and the black Gillie 
(namelj, Mag Uidhir), son of Concobnr, son of Thomas 
Mag Uidhir junior, 'was slain by them and Domnall Blind- 
[-eje] Mac GiIIa*ruaídh and his son and Buaidhri, son of 
DomnaU MacGilla-ruaidh the Short (or, of the pillaging) 
and other persons and five, or six good horses were carried 
off with them by them. — Eoghan, son of Feradhach the 
Stammerer, son of Feradhach, son of Donn, son of Cu- 
Connacht Mag Uidhir, was slain® by Godfrey Mac GiUa- 
ruaidh. — ^A castle was begun by Philip, son of Brian, son 
of Fhilip Mag Uidhir, this year on the Itock of Loch-an- 
tairbh,^ in his own country. — GKIla-Padraig, son of 
Flaithbertach, son of Thomas Mag Uidhir junior, was slain 
by Niall, son of Art Ua NeiU and by his sons and great 
spoils were carried o£E by them from the sons of Flaith- 
bertach that day. — Brian Blind [-eye], son of Niall, son of 
John the Tawny, son of Eogan Ua NeiU, was slain by 
DomnaU, son of John Ua NeiU the Tawny and by the 
people of Aedh this year, in the door of the castle of Cenn- 
ard.^ — ^Wet weather continuou8ly and very great inclemencv 
this year, from the feast of the Cross in Harrest to 
after the feast® of Patrick, so that it injured much of the 



[1500] 



* Slam, — In rereDge of tlie alain 
mentioiied in nezt previooA entrj, 
^. Js . 

''Zochtm'i. — Lnké ofihehdl; 
Loa^h Ateríff, oo. Fer« 



8 Cenn-ard.—See 14S0, n. 11. 

*F€u»i o/P.— An instanoe of 
A.D, notation beginning witl^ Ladj 
Daj. 



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448 



ocMwaLa uloroti. 



r 



na ruai-Be* THes' Ui'feiii', 7)0 Tnapba-D in' blia^atn 

[f^]* ^^ 'Ca*5, mac Tomaif, mic* 'Comair 015* ÍTles 

Ui'Biii 7 le T11uinnr;iii-Tnhucai'5en. Ocup Dob' pep binn, 

fubatrac in* pep fin. — 8Lua§a'5 leif hUa n-T)omnaill 

(i'Don*, CCe-B fuob*) a 'Cip-neo^ain an bticr5ain [fi], 

guftiotoifc baite h[tl]i' Meitt, i'oon, T)un-5í^enain'D 7 

^Ufipobfiif an 8eancaiften 7 juf potoifc cpannoc Loca-* 

iae^uifi 7 a inipo'5 imftan 'oo'n cupuf fin "Dia 1:15. — 

Caiften ctainni 8eaain bui'fee h[tl]í fleitt, i'oon, caif- 

Aii4d ten I Cinn-aifD, 'do gabait teifin S^ufcif, i'Don, te 

B99b hlafta Chitte^- | "Dafa, i'Don, te 5®poiT), mac T>)maif 

lapta 7 a íabaif t; ainnf ein -do T^hoif foetbac, mac Cuinn 

h[tl]i WeitL Ocuf an 'Coiffi'Detbafi hífin •do gabait 

teif hUa Meitt, i'Don, te T)omnatt hUa fleitt, a caiften 

hUi "Neitt fein a cinn teépairi lafiTOin 7 a caefai'BecT; 

•Do buain "De 7 cosa'fe móf 'D'eif^i ifin Coici'5 "De fin. — 

pepsait 7)0 mapbcr5 an bticr5ain fi', i7)on, Ru|f ai-^e, 

mac Ifiait h[U]i' pefgait', te Semuf, mac Tluai'5fi, mic' 

Caéait, mic Uittiam' hUi pep§ait (neoc*" 7)0 bi 1 n-a 

bpa^aiT) a^ hUa pefgait pein^ ttf Iníf-moiji Loca- 

golSna 7)0 fona'5 fin\) — bfcnn tai^en, i7)on, Ccrcaif, 

mac T)uintuin5 h[U]i bpain, 7)o mafbcr5 an btia'^ain 

[fi]* te cuiT) 7)a bpaiépitS pein. — BofiCa, ingen pitib, 

mac 'Comaif TTleg Ui-^ip (i7)on% an 5^^-^^ 7) u B*"), 

7)'he5 in' btia'5ain [fi]'. — baite na ^cnttbe hoc cmno 

ex maiope pafrie^ cfemaro efc. — S^fFí^aig Ó5, mac 

Sofffaig fuai'^ TTle^ Ui-^if, 7)'he5 in' bticr5aifi [fij. — 

CCn bafpac mop 7)o mafbcr5 an btia'5ain [fij te n-a 

7)efbfa€aiiifein, i7)on,te T)aCi'5 bapf a, n)on, aijicn^eo- 

1600. »-5i,A. «an, A. M-, B. 8 pe- (with a abore), A, R k*=1402M. 
" = 1883". 



'^^Old Ca#.— Apparentlj (1636, 
19tli entrjr), on the plain in Tjr. 
00., opposite Carrígans (1 490, n. 10). 

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add : The Trip. (P. lU.) latiniaes 
it v%9ola in gronna, iflland in a bog 
(Tp. R.I.A.XIX. 203). 
WX.-X.— XoJbs of L. (a Red. 



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ANNALS OP ULSTER. 449 

htiBbandry and especiall^r the wheat — Thomas, son of Aedh , [I6OO] 
sonof Brian, sonofPhilipMagXJidhir of the [battle-] 
a X e, was slain thia year bv Tadhg, son of Thomas, son óf 
Thomas Mag Uidhir junior and by the Muintir-Mucaidhen. 
And a pleasant, TÍrtuous man was that man. — ^A hosting 
by Ua Domnaill (namely, Aedh the Red) into Tir-Eogain 
this year, so that he burned the town of Ua NeiU, namely, 
Dun-Genainn and broke down the Old Castlo^^ and burned 
the Crannog^^ of Loch-Laeghuire*^ and returned safe from 
that expedition to hís house, — The caetle of the sons of 
John Ua Neill the Tawny, namely, the castle of Cenn-ard, 
was taken by the Justiciary, namely, by the Earl of 
Xildare, that is, by Qerald, son of Earl Thomas and giyen 
then to Toirdelbach, son of Conn Ua Neill. And that 
Toirdelbach was taken by Ua Neill, namely, by Domnall 
Ua NeiU, in the castle of Ua Neill himself, at the end of a 
half quarter af terwards and his cattle were taken from him 
and great war arose in the Province [Ulster] from thai — 
OTerghail, namely, Rughraidho, son of Irial Ua Ferghail, 
was slain this year by James, son of Buaidhri, son of 
Cathal, son of William Ua Ferghail (one who was as a 
hostage with Ua Ferghail himself. On Liis-mor^^ of 
Loch-gamna that was done). — 0*Brain of Leioster, namely, 
Cathair, son of Dunlong OBrain, was slain this year by 
some of his own kinsmen. — Sorcha, daughter of PhUip, 
son of Thomas (namely, the black Gillie) Mag 
Uidhir, died this year. — The town of Qtdway was this 
year bumed for the greater part. — Godfrey junior, son of 
Godfrey Mag Uidhir the Red, died this year. — The Barry- 
more was slain this year by his own brother, namely, by 
David Barry, that is, archdeacon of Cloyne and Cork. 



branoh kmght) ; I-ough Mary in 
Baronsoourt demesne, 2 miles W. 
of Newtn. Stewart, 00. Tjr. The 
castie was taken, *'pnlled downe 



and raised to the ground" hj 
Doowra in 1602 {ubi tup, 263). 
^ Inis-mor,— Great Island. 

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450 ccNfiocta: tilarDTi. 

6ain Cluana 7 Coiicai|e. Ocup T>al5i'5 ba|i|ia vo maji- 
ba^ le T>)maf a bapiia 7 te THuinnciii-Cellacain 7 
lajila "Oer-Tllunian T)0 éo^bail cuipp 'OaBi'b a cinn 
picic[-er:] la 7' min' 7 Luai€ "00 benuni •oe. — OCn 8innac 
ÍTluinncipi-'Ccrbsain, iT)on, Caiíipjii 8innac, vo mapbab 
an' blia'bain [fi]* Le Conn, mac CCipc, mic Cuinn h[tl]í 
TTlail[-8h]eclainn. — Cfpuc T^aifie'o'hesan bliatain [fij 
iT)on, T)omnaLL hUa paLlaihuin, bpaéaifi TTlinup ve 
Obf ejxuancia, neoc -00 bi ^u fae6pac, crbmup a^ fenmóiii 
ap fUT) Cpenn pe xxx. bLia-bain poimefin. — TTlaeiL[-8h]- 
ecLain bpaDac, mac' Txii'Bs, mic TTlha^Ufa*' htli 
phLanna^am, "00 cfocaft an' bLiaíain [fi]' Le TTlas 
tli'5iii,i'Don, Le 8eaan, mac piLib TTleg Ui-Bip, a* Copsuf 
na bLia'fena'. Ocuf "oo aT)ai!Íi an peof* fin* (iDon", 
TTíaiL[-8h]ecLainn bpaDac"), Leé amui§ vo mapcaiC, 
no "00 líiucaiC, no vo caepcaiC, u. capaiLL x- af picic "00 
loiT) o £iLL 7 €uai€ nap'có^bo* 7 nap*TOit5T)e§ faip co 
haimfif a tSaif, Leé amuig t) ap cosbcrB 7' T)'af'TOi'5be*' 
^upuigi fin aip". (CCraim ag curam 'm'o co['5]L[cr5].) 

(hoc^ anno, pep "Duaf noccef anue pefuum NaroLif 
T)omini, naca efc ^l^anioTxi, pLia boeTxini, fciLicec, 
'Chomae^) 

A ii5a ]caL. lan. [ui.* p., L. ix.'], CCnno T)omini TTI.'^'d.'^i.* TDac 
TTleg Ui'Bip vo iftapba'5 an bLia-bain [fi], i'oon, Comaf , 
mac 'Comaif 015' TTle^ Uitip, mic an ^iLLa 'ouiC 
(i'Don^ TTla^ tli'Sip*')', ap SLiaC-beaccr^ Le cLainn bpiain, 
mic Tlemuinn TTles TTlargamna, co n-ap •Diaipmi'5e 1 
n-a cimceLL. Ocuf if la-o fo na maiéi po mapba'b ann 
1 n-apoCaip: i'Don, ^iLLa-lfu, mac Gmuínn TTleg Ui'Sip 

1500. »-tiif, A, »"»=»»■»», A; m-, fin, texfc. B. » Fai|\ before 
501111151, B. (The ( )— / am falling asUep — ÍB t m., t. h.) 
1601. «^bL, A, B. w» = 1392 », A ; m^- (g.), text, B. 

" Made, e<«.— I.e., bnxned the body. 



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ANNALS OF ULSTEB. 451 

And DaTÍd Barr^ was slaÍQ bj Thomas Barrj and hj the [1500] 
Callaghan people and the Earl of Desmond disinterred the 
body of David at the end of 20 days and made^^ it into dust 
and ashes. — Fox of Muintir-Tadhgain, nameljr, Cairpre 
Foz, was slain thÍB jear by Conn, son of Art, son of Conn 
0'Mail[-Sh]echlainn.— The bishop'* of Derry died this 
year : to wit, Domnall Ua Fallamhuin, a Friar Minor of 
[Stricter] Observance; one who was laborious [and] 
successful ÍQ preaching throughout Ireland for 30 years 
before that. — Mael[-Sh]echlainn the thievish, son of 
Tadhg, son of Maghnus Qa Flannagain, was hung 
this year by Mag Uidhir, namely, by John, son of 
Philip Mag Uidhir, in the Lenti^ of the year. And that 
man (namely, Mael[-Sh]echlainn the thievish) acknow- 
ledged that, outside beeves and hogs and sheep, he stole 
35 horses from clergy and laity that were not taken nor 
demanded from him to the time of his death, outside of 
what was demanded and taken from him up to that 

(This year, two iiights before the feast of the Nativity 
of the Lord, was bom Graine, daughter of [Gilla-]Baedain, 
namely, of Thomas [Mac Maghnusa].) 

Ealends of Jan« [on 6th feria, 9th of moon], a.d. 1501. [1501] 
The son of Mag Uídhir, namely, Thomas, son of Thomas 
junior, son of the black Gillie (namely, [the]Mag 
Uidhir), was slain with enormous slaughter around him, 
on SUabh-Beatha^ by the sons of Brian, son of Bedmund 
Mag Mathgamna. And these are the worthies that were 
slaÍQ there with him : to wit, GiUa-Isu, son of Edmund 



u BiMop.— See 1486, n. 10. i 1601. ^Slinbh - ^. — Sae 1582, 

^^UhL'^Mm. 4— Ap. 18 (XIX. n. 13. 
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452 ccMMola: uLaroti. 

7 T>)Tnaf, mac T)uinn, mic emtiinT) T11e5 tJi'Siíi 7 
Copmac, mac Seaain, mic' emirínn' cecna" 7 Ruai'5iii 
bui'5e, mac' eiftuinn 015' THes tli'Sin 7 Huai'5iii, mac' 
emuinT), mic T>)maif gjfieannaié^' ÍTles Ui'oiii 7 emun'o, 
mac CCe'5a, mic' bfiiain' TTles tli'5ifi, 7 TTlognur eo|anac, 
a •Defibíiaéaifi fin. Ocuf t)0 mapbaft an-o -Da mac 
'Cai'55, mic T^haitSeiT), nnc'** 5'^^^ 15^1*5 6* TTlic 

B 990 TTla§nur[a], | i'oon', bpian 7 "Oon'ofa* 7 u.efi aile' vo'íí 
cine'5 cecna. Ocuf "00 majiba^ ann mofifeifeaf 7 vá 
ficeac Wn cuaifT;' fin*. — flu§fai'5e\ mac [tl]i* Con- 
cobuip* paiL^i, i'Don, mac Ccrcaif, mic Cuinx), mic an 
Calbaig, •o'heT;*.— Hugfaiie^^ mac TTleg TTlarsamna 
(iT)on\ mac bfiain, mic Hemainx)*'), -00 mafbo* le 
clainn^ TTle^ CCengUfa'" an^blia^ain [p]". — TTlac Caba 
'o'he^ an* blia-^ain^ [fij, n)on, Huai^pi, mac enfi TTlic 
Caba^. — Huai"5fi, mac 0Ce'5a ballaig TDic' T)omnaill', 
•o'hes, i-oon, ceanx) coipign^ ^alloslac' vo mumnrif [tl]i 
T^eilL — Miall, mac CCifc, mic Cosain [U]? MeiLL, DTieg 
mí** fia fJo-DLaic*: i'Don, faí cinn-fe'5na. — 8omaii\Li, mac 
CCLafCfainn* 015, mic' CCLafCfainn moi|i^' TTIic Caba, 
D'he^ ^ap* pía MoDLaig**. — Injen TTlic TTlha§nufa D'hes 
in** bLia^ain [fij*, iT)on, TTlóf^ ingen CaraiL 015*, mic' 
CoéaiL iftoif' TTlic TTla§nufa, i'oon', ben hUi phiaLain, 
iT)on, phefgaiL; f aí** líina ^an [fJfafatSíurt^ 
CaifLen SLigig^ T)0 gabaiL Le T)f eimif iT) feóLca af a 

Aiisb Capf anuaf an bLia'^ain p^ Le cLainn | Huai'^jii, mic 
'ChoiffDeLbail £af jiais hUi Concobuifi 7 Le cLainn pei-b- 
Lím[€e], mic 'CoiffT)eLbai§ cajifaig. Ocuf"* an CaLCac 

1601. í-n'oai'ó, A.. *Cappa,A. «-51,3. *-aocanT>aiix,B. ».^B. «» = ^^B. 
^■^ om., B. •-• = 1394 H ' om. , A. « ctnnnfclm — , B. *• after i'oon, 

B. "alflo after Calboig, B. *after f ailgi (with in blia^in [p] ad.), B. 
í after btia^n (with i-oon prf.), B. Mafter next »», with i-oon prf., B. 
"= 1383 ^S A ; text (with i-oon om. and TTles TT)- ad.), after Hu§fiatT>e, B. 
"=«. "»-"»ma5C)C-, i-Don.leCCexí^B. »•»='. • before ingen, *i<pra, B. 



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Mag Fidhir, and Thomas, eon of Donn, son of Edmund [ifioi] 
Mag Uidhir, and Cormac, son of John, 8on of the same 
Edmund, and Buaidhri the Tawny, son of Edmund Mag 
Uidhir junior, and Ruaidhri, son of Edmund, son of 
Thomas Mag XJidhir the [long-]bearded, and Edmund, son 
of Aedh, son of Brian Mag Uidhir, and Maghnus the 
Eoganian,^ his brother. And there were slain there two 
sonsof Tadhg, sonofDavid, Bon of the tawny Gillie 
Mac Maghnusa, namelj, Brian and Donchadb, and five 
others of the same ilk. And [in all] there were slain there 
two score and seven on that incursion. — Bughraidhe, son 
of Ua Concobuir Faly, namely, son of Cathair, son of Conn, 
son of the Calbach, died. — Bughraidhe, son of Mag Math- 
gamna (namely, son of Brian, son of Bedmond), was slain 
by the sons of Mag Aenghusa thís year. — Mac Caba, 
namely, Buaidhri, son of Henr^ Mao Caba, died this 
year. — ^Buaidhri, son of Aedh Mac DomnaiU the Freckled, 
namely, captain^ of the gallowglasses of the people of Oa 
líeiU, died. — ^NiaU, son of Art, son of Eogan Ua NeUl, 
namely, an eminent leader, died a month before Christmas. 
— Somairle, son of Alexander junior, son of Alezander Mor 
Mac Caba, died shortly before Christmas. — The daughter 
of Mac Maghnusa died this year : to wit, Mor, daughter* 
of Cathal junior, son of Cathal Mor Mac Maghnusa, 
namely, wife of Ua Fialain, that íb, of Ferghal ; an eminent 
woman without dispute. 

(A. B) 
The castle of SUgecli was taken this year by ladders 
stretched from its top down by the sons of Buaidhri, son 
of Toirdelbach Carrach Ua Conchobuir and by the sons of 



' Eoganian. — See 1440, n. 4. 1 ^ Datighter, — Sister of the Com- 

• Captmn. — ^Lit., head of arrang- piler. 
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454 ocNnocta: tHaroTi. 

cae6, mac T)oínnaiU, mic eosain hlli Concobuifx, -00 

TnafibcrB ann* 7 8eaan, mac Ruai-Bfii, mic T>)iiitvoelbai§ 

cafiiiaig [UY Choncobuiji*, th) éuiuim leipn Chalbac afi 

an lataifi ceoia. 

(B continuea after tbe third cafifioig : 

•00 Tnafibob teifin Calbafi cae€, mac' T)omnaiLl, mic 
eogain' hlli Concobuifi, ap ufilap an caifDeoil an oi'5& 
fin 7 an Calbafi pein vo abailT: ap in laéaiji cecna.) 

CCibne, mac" h[tl]i Caíain^ [iT)on]' mac 8eaain [ll]i 
Ca€a[i]n', vo mapba* in"blia*ain [fi]"lV •Deixbfiataiii 
peifin^ iT>on^ bpian pinT)'. — Cjieca* mopa la clainn 
CCe'5a [ll]i MeiU |x>ii ÍTlas íílaÉsamna, ix>on, Ror, mac 
ÍTlagnufa, in bLia*ain fi^ — ^JiLLa-na-naem TTlac' T)om- 
naiLL (i'oon'", íílac' TDomnaiLL'" CLainm-CeaLLaig, iT)on*, 
mac Cofimaic, mic' CCifc' íTlic T>omnaiLL*) vo majiba*" 
La pei'BLim^i*]^ mac^ TK)nn€ai'5, mic T>)maif 015^ íTleg 
lli'5iii, a" uif 8amiiai'5 na bLia^na [fa]*. 

(A) (B) 

Cocaet eceji Oifx^allaib Cogaó mop, T)*eif Ji a' 

fein: iT)on, fliécCCetatiuai* n-OifsiaUoib' ecef, TTlag 
7 fliéc RemainT). TTlas ÍTlaéganina, iT)on, Tlof, mac' 
TTloésamna (iT)on,'' Tlofa'') TTlogntifa TTleg TTlatsafnna' 
T)o bfeit a éaefi aijeéca leif 7 flicc Tlemtiinn TTle^ TTlac- 
fof, an Lucc-ciji 7 flicc ganina, iT)on, clann Jlaifne 
TlemamT) vo ctitx afin cifx 7 clainn b|viain TTle^' TTÍaé- 
amaé a cenn [U]f Heill. ^amna'. rJoifxiiT^elbaó, mac 
TTlog TTlatgamna t)0 inn- h[U]i HeiU, iT)on, mac Cmnn, 
faigi-ó fof, flicc TlemainT) mic Ontii, mic' Go^ain,' t)o 
co TTluinecan 7 TOpnail T)*a zetc a fofii'óin flecca Tle- 
éeili T)oib fa CCt-an-coileip, 7 muinn 7 ceagmail T)*a éeile 
rJoifXf^T^elbaé (iT)on,'' mac in- Wn' -Da fOifxinD fin' a m- 
^ine cm lafila'O, mac Ctiinn, bel CCéa-in-coileifi, |ie caeb 

1601. 'iDon, te n-ct, B. « pein, B. "before ^, roon, om., O Coton, 
ad., B. ■ roon, prf. ; mic, acL, B. *■* after ^-naem, with i-Don ^m., B. 
« = im « (with in for an). ▼•▼ dainn, B. ''•^= 1379 ** . 

» Great, *<c.— (A) ia foUowed by i •jDiioAí.í.— See 1478, n. 6. 
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455 



Feidhlimidh, son of Toirdelbach Carrach. And the Calbach 
Blind[-eye], son of DomnaU, eon of Eogan Ua Concobuir, 
was slain there, and John, son of Euaidhri, son of Toirdel- 
bach Carrach XJa Concobuir, fell by the Calbach on the 
same spot. 

(B continues after the third Carrach : 
was slain by the Calbach Blind[-eye], son of Domnall, son 
of Eogan IJa Concobuir, on the floor of the castle that 
night and the Calbach himself perished on tbe same spot.) 

Aibne, son of O'Cathain, [namely,] son of Joha O'Cath- 
ain, was slain this year by his own very brother, namely, 
Brian the Fair. — Ghreat raids [were made] by the sons of 
Aedh O'Neill upon Mag Mathgamna, namely, Ros, son of 
Maghnus, this year. — Gilla-na-naem Mac DomnaiU (that 
Í8, Mac Domnaill of Clann-Ceallaigh, namely, son of 
Corroac, son of Art Mac DomnaiU) was slain by Feidh- 
limidh, son of Doncfaadh, son of Thomas Mag Uidhir 
junior, in the beginning of Summer of this year. 
(A) (B) 

Greal*^ war [arose] between Great* war arose in Oir- 
the Oirgialia themselves : to gialla between Mag Math- 



[1601] 



wit, the descendants of Aedh 
the Bed and the descendants of 
Bedmond. Mag Mathgamna 
(namely, Bosa) took his 
oattle with him into theLucht- 
tighi^ and the descendants of 
Bedmond were put from out 
the country to the protection 
of O'Neill. Mag Mathganma 
made an inroad upon the 
descendants of Bedmond to 
Muinechan and they met each 



gamna, namely, Bos, son of 
Maghnus Mag Mathgamna, 
and the descendants of Bed- 
mond Mag Mathgamna, 
namely, sons of Glaisne and 
the sons of Brian Mag Math- 
gamna. Toirdelbach, son of 
ONeill, namely, son of Oonn, 
son of Henrj, son of Eogan, 
came to the aid of the de- 
Bcendants of Bedmond and 
those two ^forees met each 



not identified, bnt on the Black- 
water, near Monaghan town. 
. 8/>a«^j(^..Seel497,n. 21. 



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456 ccMwala ularoTi. 

mic 6ii|\i [tl]i íleill, vo bet THiiineéain 7 icro t>o btialcró 

05 congnani la flicc Re- a ceile 5«' bop.b annfin'. 

mamT). X!x>ififiT)elbac im- Ocuf Tx)ifitiT)elbac t>o qfvom- 

0|\|\o — iT)on, mac fii§ a aefa loc, ifin' COfc hifin 7 a iméecc 

fOT)ein fiop* feftp, T>o*n puil ap, ei^in affin' co caiflen 

^ai'óelaig — vo mafiboó ann- TTltiinecain 7 a eg fie cinn a 

fin la THas THat^amna 7 nomaiti. Ocuf aT)et\tai co 

Oom, mac CoUa THic 'Oom- coircenn an' Vfiat fin' naé 

naiU, iT)on, mac TTlic "Oom- fioibe fep, a aifi T)'6ifiinn 

naill 5«lloclac, vo mafiboó T)oV fefifi ma'n 'CoififiT)elbac 

ann ec aln mulci. fin. Ocuf vo mafibai6 maille 
fiif ifin OCt cecna fin, iT)on, Oom, mac CoUa Tílic "Oomnaill 
7 Catal, mic peitlim^te], mic' Catail' b[tl]i ConT)alaiJ 7 
TMxme aili beof. 

8eaan, mac' flofa efpti[i]c, mic ^moif oic' TTles 
Ui'bip, nec "oo bi 1 n-a cananaC coiicr5 1® Clocafi 7 1 n-a 
B 99d pepf un 7 1 n-a aipcinx)ec 1 nD-OCcai'o-uficuiTie^ D'heg | 1 
n-1x) luin na' blio^na fa', mane*T)ie ^Oominico: iT>on, 
aen macaiíi'* po' bo' f ua|ica", f ubalT:ai§e a** teé Cuinn 
7 fio pa'* rpei&'be' 1 n-sac eaUrBain**, \ze\í^ leigeann 7 
^ai'Bils'* 7' a T:pei§iB zuoccca aificena' 7** peji €i§i ai'5e5® 
coircinn'*. — TílaiDm mofi 1 n-CCfiD-TTlaca in blicrbain fi 
(iDon**'*, la feili pcroiiais do funficrB**'') pop® CCLbanccnB: 
iT)on, cpi ficir 1)0 mafibcrb Dib le" flicx; CCeha h[Vl]i 
í4eiU 7" le httpT:, mac CCe5a hlli* í4eilL* 7 Le n-a 
bfiaiÉpiB. Ocuf if laD Dob' peapji do mapba'^ ann, 
iT)on, mac an tn^efina CCís 7 z\i\ mic CoLLa, mic CCLax- 
anDaifi TTlic' ^OomnaiLL', iT)on, 'CoifiDeLbaÉ 7 *Oonnca'5 7 
LuDap. 

1601. •a,A. '-Itifi-, A. S-cnge^A. '011,3. »» oj;, mac cm efpaic, B. 
y*y 7 "Dob* pef, — and was a man, B. « « The 3 adJB. are pos., endíng re- 
«pectivelj m -|ic -cac and -eiT>ec, B. ••iti ^pefi pti, ad., B. "» •oob', ad., 
B. ** -Do caé 7 afiaile, ad., B, dd^~ w-w^ ^ . 7 ta p . p. -do xvonaic infin, 
text after Ltn)a|\, B. 

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other by Ath-an-coleir^ and other at the mouth of Ath- [1602] 
Toirdelbach (namelj, son of in-coileir,^ beside Muinechan 
the daughter'^ of the Earl), and they fought eaoh other 
Bon of Conn, son of Henry 8plendidly there. And Toir- 
O'Neill, was aiding the de- delbach was grievously 
scendants of Bedmond. Toir- wounded at that Ford and 
delbach, however — to wit, the went in despite from that to 
son of a king of his own the castle of Muinechan and 
year8 that was best of the died before the end of a 
Gaedelic blood — was slain novena. And it used to be 
there by Mag Mathgamna commonly said at that time 
and John, son of OoUa Mac that there was not a man 
Domnaill, namely, son of of his year8 of Ireland that 
MacDomnaillof the Gallow- was better than that Toir- 
glasseS) and many others were delbach. And there were 
slain there. slain along with him at that 

same ford, namely, John, son of Oolla Mac Domnaill, and 
Oathal, son of Feidhlimidh, son of Oathal Ua Oonnalaigh 
and other persons also. 

John, son of bishop Rosa^^ son of Thomas Mag Uidhir 
junior, one who was canon choral in Olochar and parson 
and herenagh in Achadh-urchuire, died on the Ides 
[13th] of June of this year, in the moming, on the Lord's 
Day : to wit, a.unique man^^ that was the most excellent 
[and] most virtuous in the HaU of Oonn and was most 
accomplished in every science, both in [foreign] litera- 
ture and Gaidelic and in lay accomplishments also and 
[was] a man who kept a general guest-house. — Great 
defeat [was inflicted] in Ard-TMacha this year (namely, 
the feast day of Patrick precÍ8ely) upon Scotsmen : to 
wit, three score of them were slain by the descendants 
of Aedh O'Neill, and by Art, son of Aedh O'Neill and 
by his kinsmen. And these were the best that were slain 
there: namely, the són of the lord Hay[P] and three 
sons of OoUa, son of Alexander Mac Domnaill, namely, 
Toirdelbach and Donchadh and Ludar. 



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458 ccMÍnala ulccoti. 

A1160 ]caL lcm. [uii.' p., L ocac%] OCnno Domini m.'* u*' 11.* 
1iiX)roi|i'5 leif flai§iUi§, n)oii', le' 8eaan, niac CcrcoiL 
hlir Rai|illi|', aji pilib, mac 'CoipfDelbais ÍTles Ui'&iii 
7 ea£pei'& an^ tnpe^ op cinx) Clainni-hOCttilaim th)' fi- 
bar 7 TK) lopca^ leo 7 emonn, mac pilib piaBaig tTlic' 
OCííilaim', T)o mapba-S leo 7 ti.efi, no tii.efi, aile. Ocuf 
T)o mapba* pa'n** flua^, iT)on, mac hllí tlai§iUi§, iT)oni 
T)omnaU an' tíia^a' 7 mac ÍTlic ínheol-TTlha|icain, 
iT)on, ConcobuTi.— TTlac TTlic TliíbefTOi^ iT)on, TTlael- 
[-8h]eclainn, mac' Con-Chonnacc TTlic fli€be|\TOi5', 
iT)on', mac oUoman TTleg Ui-bif jie T)an', t>o mapba* a 
peaU Le hemonn ca|ifac, TTlac b|\iain TTlic' TTlagnufa 
7 Le mac TTlic flufceiL' an' bLia'&ain' [fi]. — ^Tx)ifc' Le 
mac Seaain bui-be TTlhe^ TTlaégamna 7 Le cLainn BmuinT) 
TTles Ui-Biii afi cLainn pLairbefraig TTlheg Ui'5ip, 
T)'af cfeca'5 laD, acTimia* bec 7 D'aíi'saba-b bf lan cfOfac, 
mac pLaiíbefcai§ 7 he buaiLn. Ocuf 'CoifjiDeLbaf, 
mac pLai€befcai|, D'págbaiL a fiife T)Uine maifB 7 
Concobuf, mac 'Cai'bs h[U]i ChaifiT)e (iT)on', foi 
Lea^a*), t)o rp omLoc ann 7 a ég '5e'. — ^Donn£a'5 (iT)onN 
mac TTleg Ui'5if*'), mac Concobuif, mic "Comaif Ó15 
TTleg Ui'5if', v'he^ in' bLia^ain' [fi] T)'a Lor: iT)on, a 
Loc f oime fin a maiT)m 8hLeiBe-bea€a 7' a eg t)i pa 
»50015. Ocuf T)ob' uafaL, Dei^befaC in mac fin. — 
baigiLL, iT)on, íliaLL hUa^' bai^LL' 7 a -^iaf mac vo 
mapba'^ Le cLainn CoiffDeLbai^ hUi bai^LL an' bLia- 
'^ain fi'. — CCfT:, mac Bnpi, mic' Cosain' hUi NeiLL, v'a 
mafba'5 an' bLia-^ain' [fi] Le hCCfc, mac Cuinn, mic 
Gnf 1, mic Cosain coOTa' 7 Cogan, mac CCe'^a, mic CCipr; 

1602. 1 0, A. •* bl., A, B. ^^a t- (pos,), B. «^'imteóc •ooiB— a?«# 
traversed by thm, B. <>-<io*n cf-, B. «^om., A. *• om., B. «-« = 1379«^. 
h-^^^lSSSb^ 1-1=1 444 K 



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Xalends of Jan. [on 7tli féria, 20tli of moon], a.d. [1602] 

1502. Inroad [was made] by O'Raighilligh, namely, by 

John, son of Cathal Ua Baighílligh, on Phílip, son of 

Toirdelbach Mag Uidhir, and the level part of the 

ooxmtry above Clann-Amhlaim^ was traversed and bumed 

by them and Edmond, son of Philip Mac Amhlaim the 

Swarthy, and 5 or 6 others were slain by them. And 

Íhere were slain from that host, to wit, the son of Ua 

Eaighilligh, namely, Domnall of the Plain^, and the son 

of Mac Mael-Martain, namely, Concobnr. — ^The son of Mac 

Ribertaigh, namely, Mael[-8h]echlainii, son of Cu-Con- 

nacht Mao Bibertaigh, that is, the son of the oUam of Mag 

Uidhir in poetry, was hilled in treachery this year by 

Edmond Carrach, Mac Briain Mac Maghnusa and by 

the ^son of Mac Busteil. — Incursion [was made] by the 

son of John Mag Mathgamna the Tawny and by the sons 

of Edmund Mag Uidhir on the sons of Flaithbertach 

Mag Uidhir, whereby they were pillaged, except a little, 

and wherein wastaken Brian the Scarred, son of Flaith- 

bertach and he bruised. And Toirdelbach, son of Flaith- 

bertach, was lef t for dead and Concobur, son of Tadhg 

O'Caiside, (namely, an eminent phy8Ícian) was seriou8ly 

wounded and died of it. — Donchadh, son of Concobur 

(namely, son of [the] Mag Uidhir), son of TThomas Mag 

Uidhir junior, died this year of his wound: to wit, he 

was wounded bef ore that in the defeat' of Sliabh-Beatha 

and died of it at the end. And a noble, well-mannered 

youth was that [person]. — 0'Baighill,namely,Niall O'Baig- 

hill and his two sons were slain by the sons of Toirdel- 

bach O'Baighill this year. — Art, son of Henry, son of 

Eogan Ua Neill, was slain this year by Art, son of Conn, 

Bon of Henry, son of the same Eogan, and Eogan, son of 

*PlaÍH.—Magh; Mufl,alittlew. 1 * Defeat.See Ist item of 1601. 
of Eiiigsocrart, oo. Cav. I For SHabh'B.^ eee 1632, n. 13. 



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460 ccMMccloc ulcroli. 

h[tl]i' MeilV, TH) fnapbcrB le hOCe*. niac Cuititi h[tl]i 
MeiU, 'fa' feftmritiiTi cecna'. — ÍTlainifcif an ChaBain 
•Do Ino^éjula-b o'n Roim in' blia^ain' [fi] leif flai§- 
iUi|, iT)on', le' 8eaan, mac CaíaiL h[tl]i' HaigiUig,' w 
na bfai€fiBT)e Obfejiuancia a n-agai'o na m-bpacaii 
T)e com[m]uni uira. — eogan bocr, mac MeiU, mic enfi 
hUi MeiU, T)'he5 in' blia^am' [fi]. — CoÉal, mac ITIail- 
[-8h]eclainn t)UiB TTles Shamfoftain, vo mafba* an' 
blia^Gin' [fi] le clainn h[tl]i HaigiUig (iT^on^, le* 
clainn' 8heaain, mic CarailO, ap caff aing mic bpiain 

A ii6d 7 a cloinne. — | *0a abb t)o' bi' fcroa a coinnxnnn po 
abT)aine Cffa-fiuai'S, iT)on, CCpc, mac an efpuic h[tl]t 

B icoa ShaUcubaif 7 Goin htla taifoi, | a n-eg pa •Ba ló gu 
n-oi-bci a n-T)iai§ a ceile. — Ingen Ruai-bfi caeic TTles 
111-5111 T)e5^ in' ^11^-5^1^ fi, iT)on', TTleT)BS in' ben t)o bí 
a^ V(xb^ TTlac 5«iU§ile 7 fug cla[i]nn T>o'n abb 05*. — 
Cothofba Cluana-eoif T^'heg in' blia-Bain fi', iT)on, 
Sémuf, mac Tlu§fiai'5e TTles TTlhaésamna, in xca 
annof um*" fenecruce. — Txrbg, mac Cuinn, mic ^OomnaiU 
htli MeiU, T)'he5 in' blioBain' [fi]. — ^Oomnall, mac 
pei'5lim[ée] h[tl]i í^eiLl, T)'hesin'bLia*ain' [p]. — ^Donn, 
mac piLib TTlheg Ui-^if, T^'heg in' bLia^ain fi'. — *Oom- 
naLL, mac bfiiain tli UiginT)*, oiT)e fcoL Gfenn 7' 
CCLban' f e T)án, T^'heg. — ^Ooinenn T^epmaf ifin bLi(r5ain 
fi, guf'maifB ufííiof eaLLaig Gfenn 7 guf'caifmifc 
ffvecaf na raLman um na qfieabxxiCaiB. — Tluai'5fi, mac 
TTluifcefTOig [U]i phLannagain, vo mafba-^ La fLicc 
0Ce'5a [U]i Tluaifc. — InT^faili-^ La TTlag Ui'5if (iT)on^ 
8eaanO 7 La hOCe'5 hUa n-*OomnaiLL a n-TDafr^iaigi 
ConinT)f i^ f ofi mac Seaain bui-Bi* TTleg' TTla€j;amna 7 

1602. "-5, A, B, with no, •o— or, rf— above, B. »Coin-,B. *-6, A. 
JJ = 1392 »» . ^= 1470 t . 1 before insen, B. « in, ad., A, B. 

* 0b8$rvanc€ ; Com, Life, — Cf . [ • Bishop.-See 1470, n. 22. 
1617, n. 1. I * Abbot^A^pBieaÚj, Magoire. 



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461 



Aedh, son of Art XJa Neil), was slain by Aedh, son of 
Conn Ua Neill, in the same week. — The monasterj of 
Cavan was negotiated from Eome this year by O'Raigh- 
iUigh, namely, by John, son of Cathal O'EaighilHgh, to 
fche Friars of [Sfcricter] Observance against the Friars of 
Common Life*. — Eogan t h e P o o r, son of Niall, son of 
Henry TJa Neill, died this year. — Cathal, son of Mael- 
[-Sh]echlainn Mag Samradhain the Black, was slain 
this year by the sons of O'Raigliillígh (namely, by the 
8ons of John, son of Cathal), at instigation of the son of 
Brian and of his sons. — Two abbots who were long in 
contention respecting the abbacv of Ess-ruadh, namely, 
Art, son of bishop*^ O'Gallchubair and John TJa Laisdi, 
died within two days and a night after each other. — The 
daughter of Ruaidhri Blind[-eye] Mag TJidhir, namely 
Medbh, the wife Tadhg Mac Gaillghile had and that 
bore children to the junior abbot®, died this year. — The 
CoarV of Cluain-eois, namely, James, son of Rugbraidhe 
Mag Mathgamna, died this year, in an old age of 90 
years. — Tadhg, son of Conn, son of Domnall Ua NeiU, 
died this year. — Domnall, son of Feidhlimidh TJa Neill, 
died this year. — Donn, son of Philip Mag TJidhir, died 
this year. — ^Domnall, son of Brian TJa TJiginn, preceptor 
of the schools of Ireland and Scotland in poetry, died. — 
Very great inclemency in this year, so that it killed very 
mucli of the cattle of Ireland and hindered the husbandry^ 
of the land in respect to tiUage. — Ruaidhri, son of Muir- 
certach OTlannagain, was slain by the descendants of 
Aedh O'Ruairc. — Inroad [was made] by Mag TTidhir 
(namely, John) and by Aedh TJa DomnaiU into Dar- 
traighe of Con-inis upon the son of John Mag Mathgamna 
the Tawny and the town of the son of John the Tawny 



[1602]' 



' Coarh, — Comarba ; the repre- 
BenUtÍTe of the lay sacceBSÍon. Cf . 
1129, im. 2, 4. 



8 Huébandry^ — " HuBbandmen " 
(O'D. V. 1267). But Bee/recmrím 
c#íi/, Windiflch, Woert^rbrieh, 



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462 ocNtiala: tilcroti. 

" baile*^ mic Seaccin bui'fte 7 an tnjfi tiile tk) lomlofca* 

Íeo 7 fpfiei-b on njie* t>o éeiíe* tiompa 7 Oijigialla o 
aBaim) na' heosanfia' afcec W bjieií poppa' 7 flicu 
pei'5linii'5[e] [tl]i Tlai§ilLi§ 7 flicc TDonnfai* meg 
Ui'bif. ÍTlas tli'5if\ 7 mac [tl]i ^OomnailL th) imrecc 
aji' eipn' co hai€erac ofpa fin' uiLi* 7 majibob t>o 
•Denaííi •ooib ap an tópai§®, fa mac Concobuif, nT)on', 
pei'5Lim[i'5]") mic pei'5Lim'5[e] [tl]i RaigiLLig ec aLirf*. 

A ii6a ]caL lan. [1 ' f.,L i.'],CCnno T)omini m.**T>.°iii.* mag 
tli'5if T)'he5 an bLia-^ain [fi], iT)on, 8eaan, mac piLib» 
mic 'Comaif moif (iT)on^ an giLLa t)uB*) meg 
tli'5if : en fioga uiffig efenn' 'mun** am fin* 7 an c-aen 
Jhaei-^eL t)0 bo mo Cf\ocaife 7 -Daenacc t>o' bi 1 n-a 
aimfif 7* if feff t)o £otoi§ 7 t)0 cofain a éiji 7 a caL- 
main f ein a\\ hefc coiqi i6' 7 T>ob' foff fmaCc 7 jiiag- 
aiL a ciLL 7 a cuai€. CC eg 1 na mofLon^pofc fein a 
n-lnif-SgeiLLinT), 'f^ f ecT:ma'5 ]CaLLainn t>o rfti' OCippiL 
fa buai'^ Onséa 7 airp 150^ T)ia-*Oomnai| t>o funnf a'S, 
laf n-eiqpecc n-uifo CCifffinn t>o. Ocuf a a'^Luca* a 
mainifcif *0uin-na-n5ciLL, laji co|a t>ó innn 7' afaiLe' 
— mac UiLLiam bujic T^'eg in' bLia'^ain fi', iT)on, 
Ceaboi'D, mac Uacef a bápc. — mac h[tl]i ^OomnaiLL, 
i'Don, T)onnca'5 na n-ofT>os, t>o §abaiL Le cLcnnn 
Cuinn h[U]i MeiLL in* bLiatain fi'. Ocuf CCLbanai^ t>o 
bi a^cLainn Cuinn T)'a bfei€ Leo a cenn h[U]i T)om- 
naiLL fein 7 OomnaLL, mac h[U]i T)omnaiLL, T)0 fgccéa'^ 
*Oonncai'5 T>o'n íuji fin 7 a ég '^e 7' apaiLe'. — bjiian, 
mac CCe'5a mheg Ui-^if, T)*he^ an' bLia'5ain' [fi]. — 

B loob 6munn, mac eosain, mic CCe^a mheg Ui-^ip, | t>o map- 

1602. *-i, A. '-5, B. »-»»=1468 »»•»». OflttimnWB. 

1603. 1-1, A. •* bl., A, B. »>■»> = 1392 \ «om., B. "a ainip|ve— «/ 
hi8 time, B. •^^ •. "om., A. 

1603. iif<w«. — lilt, Order of 1 «Jfttíiíaícá.— At a plaoe on the 
MoM (i.e., Ordo Miéoe). I rlrer Deel (oo. Don.), F.M. 



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ana the whole countrj were bumed bare by them and Li^2] 
the 8tock of the countrj fled before them and the Oir- 
ghialla from the river of the Eoganach inwards and the 
descendants of Feidhlimidh O'HaighilIigh and the descen- 
dants of Donchadh Mag Uidhir overtook them. [But] 
Mag TJidhir and the son of O'DomnaiU went by force 
tríumphantlj from all those and persons were slain by 
them of the pursuers, under the son (namely, Feidhlimidh) 
of Concobur, son of Feidhlimidh Ua RaighilL'gh and so on. 

Xalends of Jan. [on Ist feria, Ist of moon], a.d. 1503. [1503] 
Mag Uidhir died this year, namely, John, son of Philip, 
Bon of Thomas Mor (that is, the black Gillie) 
Mag Uidhir : the unique choice of a sub-king of Ireland 
about that time and the one Gaidhel who was of most mercy 
and humaDÍty that was in his own time and best main- 
tained and defended his own terrítory and land against 
the power of border lands and had best 8way and rule 
in church and state. He died in his owh great strong- 
hold in Inis-SgeiUinn, on the 7th Xalend of the month of 
Apríl [Mar. 26], Sunday precisely, with victory of Unction ^ 
and penance, after hearing Mass^. And he was buríed 
in the monastery of Dun-na-Gall, he having chosen [to 
be buríed] in it and so on. — Mac William de Burgh, 
namely, Tibbot, son of Walter de Burgh died this vear. — 
The son of O'DomnaiU, namely, Donchadh of the 
T h u m b 8 , was taken by the sons of Conn O'NeiU this 
year. And Scots that were with the sons of Conn took him 
with them to meet O'DomnaiU himself, and DomnaU, 
son of O'DomnaiU, mutilated^ Donchadh on that occasion 
and he died of it and so on. — Brían, son of Aedh Mag 
Uidhir, died this year. — Edmund, son of Eogíui, son of 
Aedh Mag Uidhir, was slain on a night incursion by the 
sons of Brían, son of Aedh Mag Uidhir and the son of 
Edmund himself was slain there and the son of Cormao, 



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464 



ccM«ccLa ularoti. 



All6b 



bcrB ap 5iiea€lai| oi'ftci le clainn bíiiain, fnic 0Ce5a 

XWhes Ui'&ií^ 7 TTiocc emuinn pefin do mafiba* ann 7*niac 

Coíwiaic, mic 0Ce'5a ÍTles tli'5i|i 7 mac 'Coififi'oelbais 

h[tl]i TTlaelaDUin vo mapba5 pof ann', ai'^ci ÍTlaifr^i 

lafi Caipc'.— ben fi§ Saxan •D'heg in' blia5ain' [fi], 

iDon, inpn Cins ©Dbain) 7 Ipbel a hainm : ben -oo bo 

mó •oeific 7 •oaenacc o eooail co* hefinn. Octif insin 

f i| na Caiflen -do éabaifc 1 n-a hina5 T)o*n 1x15. — ^gaifm 

íii§ 8axan aji an S^Ufcif an* blia5ain' [fi], iwn, aji 

lapla Cille-T)aiia, iDon, ap ^efoiD, mac'Comaif 1afla*7 

a "5^1 a luing an *Oomna£ fia m-belraine* a m-baiLe 

CCra-clia€. — TTlac *OomnailL 5«^^5^c, iDon, Coin, mac 

8omuifLe tíioif TTlic' ^OomnaiLL', do mafiba5 an' bLia- 

-^ain' [fi] Le cLainn CoLLa TTlic T)omnaiLL 7 TTlac *Oom- 

naiLL do gaipm tk) ChoLLa pein 1* n-a '5iai| fin. — OCn 

rnabaC Do mafba5 m* bLia'5ain* [fi] 1 n-a caifLen pein 

Le cLoinn Omuinn, mic' ^^aifne' hUi Tlai§iLLi§ 7 cogaD 

moji D'eifgi ecef ^^icc^^cc^^ T S'^ai'^eLaiB ve fin 7 di§- 

BaLa mopa aji ^l^aLLaiB pof Do'n co^a'5 fin 7 mac 

8ímain do mafba'5 o ghct^^'^eLaiB 7' afiaiLe'. — TTlac hUi 

Cha€a[i]n, iDon', TlifoefD', do fgaéa'^ Le n-a Defbpa- 

€aif pein, iT)on, Le *OomnaLL cLeife6 Cara[i]n. — CCn 

J^iUfcif, iDon, lafLa CiLLe-T)afia, iT)on, 5®í^oid, mac 

'Comaif', I vo €ecu pa onoiji rtioiji ó fig 8axan a n- 

efinn in' bLia'bain fi', a cenn feccmaine D^pho^mup. 

Ocuf a mac, do bi o£c m-bLio'^na a iunnainD a m- 

bf ai^Denuf caif ifi uo^a ag an f i§, do éabaipc Leif t)ó 

7 ben Do rabaifc D'a^mac c-foif. iDon, ingen lajfiLa. — 

1603. '5ti,A. '.eaU-, A. *om.,A. » «oo ixonoic, ad. , B. 



*Ea*ter,—Ap. 16 (IIL A). 

*JE'Í«^.— Uen.VII. Cf. 11.8,1»/. 

^Andj ete, — Written obriouslj 
in ignorance oí the f ailnre of Hen. 
VII. to obtain Jaana, the mad 



qaeen oí Castile, as wif e* 

^ C7<i»f/e.— Maperath ; afewmiles 
N. w. of KellB. 

7 J7bn<n{r.— He was made Lord 
High Treasnrer, E, of K. 82. 



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son of Aedh Mag XJidliir and the son of Toirdelbacli [i$03i 

O'Maeladuin were slain there also, the night of Tuesdaj 

after Easter^. — The wife of the king* of the Saxons died 

[this] year : to wit, the daughter of king Edward [IV.] 

and Isibel [was] her narae; a woman that was of the 

greatest charity and humanitj from Italy to Ireland. 

And^ the daughter of the king of Castile was given in her 

place to the king. — A summons from the king of the Saxona 

this year to the Justiciary, that is, to the Earl of Zildare, 

namely, to Gerald, son of Earl Thomas, and he went on 

ship the Sunday [Ap. 30] before May Day in the town of 

Ath-cliath. — Mac Domnaill the Gallowglas, namely, 

John, Bon of Somairle Mor Mac Domnaill was slain this 

year by the sons of Colla Mac Donmaill and Colla him- 

self was proclaimed Mac DomnaiU after that — The Mape 

was slain [this] year in his own castle* by the sona of 

Edmund, son of Glaisne T7a Baighilligh and great war 

arose between Foreigners and Gaedhil from that and great 

injuries also [came] on the Foreigners from that war and 

Fitz Simon was" slain by the Gaidhil and so on. — The 

8on of Ua Cathain, namely, Richard, was mutilated by 

his own brother, namely, by Domnall TJa Oathain the 

cleric. — The Justiciary, namely, the Earl of Xildare, that 

is, Gerald, son of Thomas, came with great honour^ from 

the king of the Saxons to Ireland this year, at the end 

of a week of Harvest. And his son, who was eight years 

in London in pledge of constancy [of loyalty] from him 

with the king, was brought with him by him and a wife 

had been gÍTen to his son in the east, namely, the 

daughter® of an EarP» — The son of Thomas Plunket, 

^ Daughter.^Oi Sir John Zouch of Codnor {ib. 81). 

* Earl — ^The AnnalÍBt perhAps mÍBtook the fírst f or the Becond wif e : 

Sir John Grey=Eliz, Woodville=Ed. IV. 

Thofl., MarquÍB of Dorset. ElizaDeth=Hen. VH. 

I I 

Grld., 9th £. of E.=:Elisabeth. Hen. VIII. 

(Cf. t*. 122-3.) 

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466 ccMwccla: tilcroti. 

mac Tx)mcnf pitiin5ceT) 'o'lies on' blicrBain' [fi], iT>on, 
OClaxan-Daifi, líefi 'Di|níre moipe 7 ^allmacaíh 'oob' 
tíepf 1 n-a ainif iii pein. Ocuf a 05 ipna lai€ib a TOnai^ 
in Tj-lafla -f apaile'. 

|b.] lcal. lan. [11.' p., l. acii.'], CCnno Domini m.*' u* 1111." 
Pfiioif Lo£a-x)ep5 'o'heg in' blia'5ain' [fi] iDon, 'Coiff- 
'oelbaÉ, mac in^ efpmc meg 111-5111, ap minm 'oo -00 
fDaigfii clofi a m-baile C)C€a-bui'5e 7 a aDluca'5 1* 
mamifciii in ChaBain. Ocuf foV feaii fuaifc, fub- 
alcaC, moifeala'5na£ an' Tx)iffT)elbac** [fin]' 7 'oo bi 
fe* i' n-a £anana6 cofa'5 a Clo6af 7 i' n-a peffun a 
n-^Ooife-mhaelain 7 *n-a pfioif af loc-T)ef5 a n-ein- 

B lOOc [f ]e6c. Ocuf fa feil paDjiais aDbaé.— | CaifiDe 
Cuile D*e5 an' blia^ain' [fi], iT)on, piaf Uf, mac 'Comaif 
h[tl]i ChaifiDO, iT)on, ollam lea|rf' mheg tli'5if' 7 foi 
Defb€a illeiginT)' 7 a pfisecc 7 a reopeicect; 7 a pfai- 
cicecc 7 f efi Tn§i ai'5e'5 gu coix^fenn t)o cac. Ocuf a 05 
T)o £lui£i an fi§. — mail[-8h]eclainn, mac' CCiéifne' hlli 
eo^ufa, D'heg in* blia'bain* [fi] T)o'n galaf cecna — 
CCinnfiaf maj [C]fai€ Dheg in' bbatain* [fi], iT)on, 
mac comafba 'Cefmuinn *Oabeoo[i]5. Ocuf ni foibe 
fie' n-a linn fein' a n-efinn an'can fin mac rep monnai^ 
bu^^ 1Í10 cárxi 7** onoif'' 7 Dob' fefif toS* ^1*50** innaf 
e. — mac mic* ^Oiafmccca mui&-tuif5 t)0 mafba* 
an' bLia-^ain' [fi], iT)on, Concobuf, mac Ruai'bjii mic 
^Oiafimaca, le maelfiuanaig, mac Tx)malcai§ mic 
^Oiafimaca. — CCfT;, mac Caif bfi, mic CCe-^a hUi Meill 7 a 
mac 7* a DefbfaCaif' T)omafba'5 le fLi£c flemuinn meg 

A ii6c mhaésamna in' bLiaícnn' [f 1]. — | SomaifLe OCnelois, 

1601. iom,A. «a, A. '111,8. *-ea-,A. •*bl.,A,B. «>peTV,B. «om., 
A. *oin., B. «^^ *. ' |\e leiguf— tn A#a2tfi^— ad., B. « a l-, A. ^ = • . 



'^ Ptfnofi. — Maeam; of. 1479, n. 4. i the Ushop and Ghapta> of Clo- 
1604. 1 1Vtor.— In a looee BeoBe, gher). The bithop ci the obit waa 



meaning one plaoed in oharge (bj 1 Fieroe ; ob. 1478, tup. 



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ANNALS OP ULSTER. 467 

namely, Alexander» a man of great dignitj and tlie [1608] 
Foreign person^^ who was best in his own time, died this 
year. And he died in the dajs in which the Earl came 
and 80 on. 

Ealends of Jan. [on 2nd feria, 12th of moon], a.d. 1504. C^^^^l 
The prior^ of Loch-derg, namelj, Toirdelbach, son of 
bíshop Mag TJídhir, died this year — on his falling from 
a etone staircase in the town of Ath-buidhe^ — and was 
buried in the monasterj of Cavan. And an excellent 
TÍrtuous, much-leamed man was that Toirdelbach. And 
he was canon choral in Clochar and parson in Daire- 
Maelain and prior over Loch-derg simultaneouslj. And 
about the feast of Patrick died he. — O'Caiside of Cuil 
died this year : namely, Pierce, son of Thomas 
O'Caiside; to wit, the medícal oUam of Mag TJidhir 
and a recognised master in literature and in physic, 
in theory and in practice and a man that kept 
a general guest-house for every one. And he died 
of the King's Game.^ — Mael[-Sh]echlainn, son of 
Aithime TJa Eoghusa, died this year of the same disease. 
— Andrew Mag Craith, namely, son of the coarb of the 
Termon of Dabeog, died this year. And there was not 
during his own time in Ireland at that time a son of a 
termoner that had greater respect and honour and kept a 
better guest-house than he. — The son of Mac Diarmata 
of Magh-Luirg, namely, Concobur, son of Ruaidhri Mac 
Diarmata, was slain thia year by Maelruanaigh, son of 
Tomaltach Mac Diarmata. — ^Art, son of Cairbre, son of 
Aedh TJa Neill, ánd his son and his brother were slain by 
the descendants of Eedmund Mag Mathgamna this year. 



* Áthrh.—Tellow ford ; Athboj. 
In ihe Tax. Bod. VIIL, it íb, next 
longo interraUo aíter KeU0, the 



richest enefioe in Meath (Z>. /. V. 
p. 264-8). 
^King'$ (?.— See [1861], n. 4. 

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468 CCNtlOCtOC UlCCDTl. 

mac' CCen|iifa' tTlic TíofnnaiU, iwn, ceanT) coiiii§[€]i 
CClbana£T>o bi as ITIas 111-5111 (iT)on*, as Confobufi*), vo 
jabail in* blia5ain* [fi] le hCCe-b, mac' Seaoin bui'&e' 
ííles mac^annna 7 mojian th) na hCClbanCaiB vo gabait 
7 vo mapboB leif pof. — bfiian, mac ÍTlhes tli'5iTi, iT)on', 
mac Seaain, mic pilib ÍTles tli'5i|\', T^'heg in^ blia5ain 
[fi]. — bicaiji Cluana-eoif T^'heg in' blia5ain' [fi], iT)on, 
Tluai'5|\i, mac an comafba moiii nies' ílílaégamna. — 
CCbb Cluana-eoif T) eg in' blia-^ain' [fi] (t^o*" cluici in 
fi§^), iT)on, 5^Ua-paT)fai^ mac' Cnfi' h[tl]i Chon- 
T)alai§, aji n-5no[€]u5a'5 efpocoiT)e Clocaip T)o. — OCbb 
Cenanncaif vhe^ in' blio^ain fi', iT)on, pilib, mac an 
efpuic h[tl]i Hai|iUi§ 7 a T^efbfaéaiji aile (iT)onS 
eo^^an^), iT)on, cananac vo bi 'fa baile cecna*, t)o cluici 
fi^ fin fof. — 8luai§e'5 Lefin n-jiuf^if» iT)on, lafla 
CiUe-T)afa, iT)on, 5^foiT), mac 'Comaif lapla^ufmof 
5aiT)eL 6fenn maiLLe* ffif, iT)on, T)omnaiLL 7 
Rai&LLig 7 ÍTlas ÍTlhaésamna 7 pefgaiL 7 Conco- 
buif phaiLp 7 5«ei'5iL te€e Cuinn uiLe, a&cma'^ 
NeiLL aiíiain, afi mac UiLLiam CLainni-HicaifT). Ocuf 
bfiain a poif iT)in ÍTlic UiLLiam. Ocuf ceapfhaiL T)'a 
£eiLe T)oib a CLainn-RicaifT) ap Cnoc-maé 7 sniíifi caé 
cfOT)a eroffa v'a na pfi€ inncfaríiaiL 'fa n-aimfi|i 
n-T)ei|enai5. Co® cLof co paDa o na pe-^nafaiB pin 
ca€aif na ca€miLe'5 7 pe-^manna na peinne'^ 7 puacafi 
na pi'^amna 7 TOf ann na cpiaé 7 bpofcaf na m-bui-^in 
ag a m-baegLuéa'^ ; meLLgaL 7' menmanf ot)' na mac- 
pai'^e 7 na maeto^Laf 7 aíríiaifiefc na cpeinpef a^ 
a cefco^ 7 imufxc^f^ai-^ na n-uafaL afi n-a huififLiB. 
B lood tTlaiT)i§ cpa in ca€ | afi" íTlac UiLLiam 7 afi™ hUa m- 

1505. » im-, B. »i = 1 392 b . Wafter the ( ), B. ^^ 1. m., t. h., A ; 
text, after Conx)alai5, B. " = 1402 JJ. "» poi\, B. 

^ Coptosfi.— See 1601, n. 8. 1 Letten of thU Pope (1508-5) are 

^Obtained, — From Jnliiu 11., 1 in Themer. 
Har, 7, 1604 (Ware, 187). Ko I < ^tiAop.— Perhapa the John ol 



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— Somairle Aneloigh, son of Aenglms Mao DomnaiU, [I504] 
namely, captain* of tLe Scots wliom Mag Uidhir (that is, 
Concobur) had, was taken this year by Aedh, son of John 
Mag Mathgamna the Tawny and many of the Scots were 
[some] taken and [some] slain by him aUo. — Brian, son of 
Mag TJidhir, naraely, son of John, son of Philip Mag 
TJidhir, died this year. — The vicar of Clnaín-eois, namely, 
Eoaidhri, son of the senior \lit. great] Coarb Mag Math- 
gamna, died this year. — The Abbot of Cluain-eois, 
namely, Gilla-Padraig, Bon of HeDry XJa Connalaigh, 
died this year (of the Xing's Game), after the bishoprio 
of Clochar was obtained* for him. — The abbot of 
Cenannus, namely, Philip, son of bishop^ O'Baighilligh 
and his other brother (that is, Eogan), namely, a 
canon that was in the same town, died this year of that 
Xing's Game also. — A hosting by the Justiciary, that is, 
the Earl of Eildare, namely, Gerald, son of Earl Thomas 
— and very great part of the Gaidhil oí Ireland [went] 
along with him, to wit : O'DomnaiU and O'EaighiUigh 
aod Mag Mathgamna and O'Ferghail and O'Concobuir 
Faly and the Gaidhil of all the Half of Conn, except 
O'NeiU alone— on Mac William of Clann-Ricaird. And 
O'Briain [came] in aid of Mac William. And they met 
each other in Clann-Bicaird, on Cnoc-tuagh,^and a spirited 
battle is fought between them, to which was not found 
the like in the latter tima So that heard afar from those 
bands were the battUng of the battle-heroes and f eats of 
the ohampions and rush of the royal-heirs, and thunder 
of the troops and bruit of the bands in being imperiUed ; 
the courage and imi)etuo8Íty of the youths and of the 
stripUngs and the enthusiasm of the brave men in their 
faUing, and the prevaUing of the nobles over the lowly. 

Eilmore, who wa» alÍTe in 1470 i '^ Cnoct—ffiU o/ [battle-]ttxeé ; 
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470 ctMMccUi uloroh. 

bíiiam 7 ctiipcep" a n-á|\". Octif ati bail[e] ifipabaDtjp.* 
na noi coipi§[€]i salloglafi i n-a cipi com'oainpn caéa, 
ni repno i' ni-bea€aft' T)ib abxf aen 6o|iú§a^ miiefbaf 
nama Octif ni T^ainig aipim afi rfiapcaCaiB, no aji 
q[voi|6eacaiB ann, 

(B continues after nama:) 

Ocuf , no co iiimre|i t^eana nime 7 saíneíti mapa 7 péfi 
paiCr:!, ní iew fiím, no aiieííi, a\í mapcaSaiB, no aji 
q[U)igce6ail5 ifin caé fin, [stif'- aa in A, next L'ne] 
gtif' aimfei-bileaDUix an fai§6i o na he&aiB fin*' fe 
himax) na cfiaifec 7 na cloi'bim 7 na caéfciau 7 na 
colann cfiofbtiailci comapéaÉ'* 7 na flaeDOglaÉ finn, 
fecrhaiiB 7 na n-pllai'5e namul6a£, n-eiDi§i, n-aic- 
bfe5Da. J^fi' cuifieffB áf na ÍTluimneC ifin móif- 
|Liai'5 fin 7 co n-DOf cf aDaf fo6ai'5e im'5a D'anf a*aiB 
in lafla Do'n le€ aili®. CCn c-1afla, imoffio', do im- 
^0*5 Dia h^ Do'n T:uf Uf fin fo' buai'^ cofsaip' 7 ceqnuf 
Docloinn íTlic Uilliam a' laim' leif, iDon, Diaf mac 7 
Diaf ingen, beof*. — puabaifir; peille afi hUa^ Meill 
(iDonS af T)omnalV) in** bba'^ain [fi] le n-a muinncif 
Tpein, iDon\ le "CaDs htla n-Ojain 7 le n-a cloinn a 
caiflen h[tl]i Meill pein 7 an caiflen 'oo JabaiL doiB. 
Ocuf "Oia'* DO impo'5 pof fio f um' *fa n-uaip fin pein* 7 
7 an baiLe do buain diB 7 Zah^ péin 7 Dip d a cLoinn 
Aiicd Do cfoca'5 7 an rpef pep 'oo fgaraS | Dib* 'fan Lo 
ceDna. — Sí^eif 01*500^ Le piLib, mac Gmuinn TTles Lli'5iji, 
a tucc-tngi Tfiej^ ÍTlaésamna 7 eojon p ua^, mac Cuinn, 
mic IHasnufa TTles mhafisamna, 'oo mafba'5 Leif 7 
DefbfaCaiti'' aiLe •oo. Ocuf coifi qfiom 'oo Leanmuin^ 

1504. •-•I16d, with oorreeponding marlu, A. '0, A. '-i, B. "-»7 
XX>Xi tet TTloéa» gtitx'lcrD a n-ai\ — and upon the half of Mo^h, so that 
slaughter of them was %nflictedy B. «a |icnbeT)-, B. Paócma^, B. 
1-mcap.p.aó, B. '•' co cofstiaé, coébuaoac— ínc<oriaii«/y, battle triumph- 
aftt/y, B. ••• 1 fn-bpxn^Dentif— tn cflpíiWy, B. ^=1444 K »iTnofi|io, 
ad., B. ^ bivxéaiT\, B. ^ biieit av[K^overtook him^ B. 



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ANNALS O^ ULSTEft. 47 1 

Howbeit, the battle is gained on Mac William and on Ua [1604] 
Briain and slanghter is inflicted on them. And tlie place 
wherein were nine battalions of gallowglasses in compact 
array of battle, there escaped not alive of them but one 
thin battalion alone. 

(A) (B) 

And it was impossible to And, until stars of beaven 

and sand of sea and grass of 
put an estimate on the green are numbered, it is 

impossible to put number, 
[slain] horsemen, or on tbe or estimate, on the horse- 

men, or on tbe footmen 
footmen there, [slain] in that battle, 

so that the field became uneven from those heaps of 
slaughter, with tbe multitude of spears and of swords and 
of battle-shields and of corpses cross-thrown, confused 
and of slain jouths stretched 8tark-dead and of gillies 
beardless, loathsome, unsightljr. So that slaughter of 
the Momonians was inflicted in that great conflict. And 
there fell many multitudes of the forces of the Earl on 
the other sida Howbeit, the Earl retumed to his house 
on that occasion with triumph of overthrow and 4 of the 
children of Mac WiUiam, namely, 2 sons and 2 daughters, 
with him also. — A treacherous attack [was made] on Fa 
Neill (namely, on Domnall) this year by his own people, 
namely, by Tadhg Fa hOgain and by his sons, in the 
castle^ of Ua Neill himself and the castle was taken by 
them. And God tumed upon themselves in that same 
hour and the town was taken irom them and Tadhg 
himself and two of his sons were hung and the third man 
of them wás mutilated on the same day. — ^A night in- 
cursion [was made] by Philip, son of Edmund Mag 
Fidhir, into Lucht-tíghi^ of Mag Mathgamna and Eogan 

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Pilib 7 feji le hocrajx v'a líiuinnciix "do buain -De, a 
mmcell mic Uemuinn (i'oon*, T)onn*), mic bj^iain, mic 
CCnj^il ÍTles U)i>\]i 7 T)aine aili nac aiiximTOjx funn. 
Ocuf^ iméecc a|x eigin vo philib pein 7 vo cuit) aile 
T>ia muinnriTi co hai€ufea6 7 aj^aile^ — 'Comaf fiua5, 
mac* an abaT)* (iT)on*, ab Lefa-gabail**), iwn^ mac 
Uilliam, mic an efpuic ÍTles tJi'5if, T)'he5 in* blia5ain 
fi*. — ^piaiébeficac, mac pail§i, mic bpiain ÍTlic Caba, 
•00 mafba* an* blia^am* [fi] le bfian, mac CCLox- 
anT)aif 015 ÍTlic Caba, a rpooan. — ÍTlag 8amfa5ain 
•o'hej; an* blia^ain fi% iT>on, Gmonn ÍTlas' SamfiaDain. 
— 0' Ciana[i]n' T^'heg, iT>on, ^'lla-paDfiais, mac T^'^g 
A endB [U]i Ciana[i]n.*^ 

lCaU lan. foji Cecain, L [xxin.*], CCnno T)omini TTl.** 
T)." u.** ÍTlag Cafp€ai§ fiaba6 T^'heg in blia5ain p, 
B loia i'oon, pn^in ÍTla^ CaffiraiJ. — | CCbb mainifqiec 
niui^-Cofsain, iT)on, an T>ab Ca€ain, t>o cfocaft le 
Huai-^fi, mac ITIa^Ufa hUi Ca€ain, in' blia'^ain fi'. — 
Caifpfi, mac bfiain hUi Ui^inn T^'he^ t>o' bi-^g in 
blioSain fi'. — "OoTÍinuill T^'heg in' blia'^ain fi', iT)on, 
CCe^ fiua-S, mac "Meill^aifib, mic 'CoififT>elbai§ an p ina 
h[U]i 'Oomnuill. Ocuf ni ^ainij o bfian bopuma, no 
o Cacal cfoibT)ef5, anuaf fi, no n|efna, voh' petif 
fmacc 7 fia^ail 7 vo bo mo nefc ina'n f 1 fin. Ocuf 
if e T)o cofain ngefinuf 8LiaB anuaf aji ChonnaccaiB 
T)0 ConallcaiB 7 cif Innfi-heogain 7 buannacc Cinel- 
trio^ain ClannaiB-NeilL Ocuf if leif t>o cumT)ai§e* 
maínifcef bpaéafi ÍTlínuf T>e Obfefuancia a riif- 

1504. • space = 24 U. of llSd Í8 left vacant, A. « in c-Uilliain pn— 
[tíHw] that WiUiam, itl. t. h., B ; om., A. 
1606. »28, MS. 



1505. 1 Finghin. — Son of Der- 
mod (1453, 9up,), He married 
Kath1eeD, da. of the beheaded 
Desmond (1468, aup.), Harleian 



Pedigree, Múe, CeL Soc., 402. 

^Ruaidhri, — By Dermot, Bon of 
B., who waa matilated th6i«lor, 
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ANNAUS OF ULSTER. 473 

the Eed, 8on of C!onn, eon of Maglmiis Mag Matbgamna and [1501] 
another brother of bis were slain by him. And a large 
puTsoing party followed Philíp and 9 of his people were 
taken from him, inclusÍTe of the son of Redmond (namely, 
Donn), 8on of Brian, son of Henry Mag Uidhir and of 
other persons that are not reckoned here. And Philip 
himself and the other part of his people %8caped by force 
triumphantly and so on. — ^Thomas the Bed, son of the 
abbot (namely, abbot of Lis-gabail), that is, son of William, 
son oí bisbop^ Mag Fidhir, died this year. — Flaithbertach, 
Bon of Failghe, son of Brian Mac Caba, was killed this 
year by Brian, son of Alexander Mac Caba, in a quarrel. 
— Mag Samradhain, namely, Edmond Mag Samradhain, 
died this year. — O'Cianain, namely, GKlla-Padraig, son of 
Tadhg O'Cianain, died. 

Ealendsof Jan. on Wed., [23rd] of moon, A.D. 1505. U^^oq 
Mag Carthaigh the £warthy, namely, Finghin' Mag 
Carthaigh, died this year. — ^The abbot of the monaster^ 
of Magh-Cosgain, namely, the abbot O'Cathain, was 
hung by Ruaidhri*, son of Maghnus Ua Cathain, tbis 
year. — Oairpre, son of Brian XJa Uiginn, died of a fit 
this year. — O'Domnuill, namely, Aedh the Red, son of 
Niall theRough, son of Toirdelbach O'DomnuiIl of the 
W i n e, died this year. And there came not from Brian 
Borumha, or from Cathal Eed-hand [ob. 1224], down a 
king, or lord, that was of better sway and rule and was 
of more power than that king. And it was he that pre- 
serred lordship from the Mountain down^ against the 
Gonnacians for the Conallians and [exacted] the rent of 
Inis-Eogain and the military servlce^ of Cenel-Moen 
from the O'NeiII Clans. And^ it was by him was founded 
the monastery of Friars Minor of [Stricter] Obserrance 

"Doiwf.— See 1491, il I. | ^ And.-^or the F, M. interpo- 

^Sennoe.Sumnacht: of. [1810], latíonfl, Bee O'D. y. 1282. 
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Conuill, iT)on, a ii-T)un-tia-ti5«lL Innuf 5U|x' •oilef 
CCugufc 1a|x€aii\-cuaifce[i]fic eoi^pa uile "do fia* t^if. 
Ocuf a eg lafi in-buai'5 Onséa 7 ai€f i§i 1 n-a lon^poiic 
pein a n-T)un-na-n5cíll, 1 quinT; 1*0 luil, ifin ocT;nficr5 
blia5ain fefemosar: a aifi 7 ifin ceifiama^ blia^n 
ceíofcaD a flaiíufa, feocca fejiia 7 a a'bnacal T)ia- 
8a€aifn a mainifciix 'Ouin-na-n5cill. — Pfioiii poCaifi 
•D*he5, iT)on, emunn •oof £a. "00 flicT; an RiT)ef e, i'oon, 
an c-8iniunai§. — ^pei'5lini[i'5], mac Heill, mic CCy]xc hUi 
WeiU, "00 niai\ba5 la clainn (bfiain^ mic CCe5a ÍHes 
tliT)iii'*). — 8luai|e5 le mac h[U]i T)omnaill, iT)on, CCe5 
05, mac 000*5^ fuai'^, a 'Cif-neo^ain 7 baile h[tJ]i 
Weill (iT)on% baile •Oomnaill h[U]i Neill") vo lofca* 
leif 7 baile CCe'5a, mic T)omnaill b[U]i "Meill 7 baile 
biiiain, mic 'Oomnaill [U]i Heill 7 o CCBuinT) mo[i 
afceí vo im€ecc leif ^an pfiiibefc, ^an impefain. 
Ocuf f uiT)e pa caiflen na T)ep5i T)0 ap a ímpu'5 7 an 
caiflen t)0 §abail T)0 7 a bapT>a pein T)*pa5bail ann 7 
a -5^1 af fin co Cill-mic-nenain 7 ainm pig t)o gaipm 
•5e pop rihip-Conaill t)o €oil ^Oe 7 T)aine 7 apaile, 2" T)ie 
menpif CCugUfci. — 8Luai$e^ leif hUa Neill, iT)on, le 
T)omnall, a n-T)apqfiai5i Oipgiall 7 an np do milliu'5 
7 T)0 cpecoft leip 7 CCe'^, mac Seaain bui'^e, mic eogain 
ÍTles ÍHacgamna, vo mapba'b ann 7 apaile. Ocup 
Heill vo TOigecc T)ia 1:15 vo'n tnipup pin po buai^5 cop- 

1605. »»•»> itt. by ooarse h. in pale iiik. «^ itl., t. h. 



^Sotu.—Oí Torlogh O'Muldoon 
(Maehidain), F, M, 

'^AbhaTm-m. — Oreat river; Blaok- 
water. Intoard meanB to the K.w. 
(throngh Tjrone). 

^ Cen.mie-H.— Ct 1129, n. 6. 
God. B of Adamnan (247) givee as 
one of St. Colamba's aisters : Hin- 
oholeth, mater filiorum Enain» 



qnomm nnos Gahnaan didtor. 
The original {Ifotherg o/ Ir, SS,, 
L. L. 372o) has : Afincloth, ma- 
thair mae Nmain, i. Cholmain ocut 
Chohrain, M., mother of the sons 
of Neman, i.e., Colman and Cobran. 
(Gf. Cohnan, a. of Neman, Hom, 
Lis(8y ib. d67c.) Henoe M. was 
neither BÍBter of Colnmba, nor wife 



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in Tir-ConaiU, namelj, in Dun-na-Gall. So that it were ^^^^^^ 
fitting to name him the Augustns of the whole north- 
west of Europe. And he died after victorjr of Fnction 
and penance, in the 78th year of his age and in the 44th 
year of his lordship, on Friday, the 5th of the Ides [llth] 
of July, in his own stronghold, in Dxm-na-Gall and was 
buried on Saturday in the monaBtery of Dun-na-GalL — 
The prior of Fobhair, namely, Edmnnd the Dark, of the 
family of the Knight, namel^, of [Fitz] Simou, died. — 
Feidhlimidh, eon of Niall, son of Art TJa NeiU, was slain 
by the sons® (of Brian, son of Aedh Mag TJidhir). — A 
hosting by the son of O'Domnaíll, namely, Aedh junior, 
son of Aedh the Hough, into Tir-Eogain and the town of 
O'líeill (namely, the town of Domnall O'NeiU) and the 
town of Aedh, son of Domnall O'Neill, and the town of 
Brían, son of Domnall O'Neill, were bumed by him and 
from Abhann-mor^ inward was traversed by him without 
oppoeition, wíthout contest. And he sat under Castle- 
Derg on his retum aud the castle was taken by him and 
his own warders were left in it and he went from that to 
Cell-mic-nEnain® and was proclaimed kÍDg over Tir- 
Conaill, on the 2nd day of the month of August, by wiU 
of God and men and so on. — A hosting by TJa NeiU, 
namely, by Domuall, into Dartraighe of Oirgialla and 
the country was wasted and pillaged by him and Aedh, 
Bon of John the Tawny, son of Eogan Mag Mathgamna, 
was slain there and so on. And IJa Neill went to his 
house from that expedition with triumph of victory. — 
Domnall, son of Art O'Neill, was slain by Brian, son of 



oí Enan. Quorum, etc, arose from 
the wríter being miaware that Cho- 
brain was written over Cholmain 
(on blank end oí preTÍooB line). 

With the L. L. MS. before him, 
Ck)lgan (Adam. 247) reada Nemain ; 
omits Cobran (for the reason jnst 



giren) ; and doubts not that Eell- 
mac-Enain íb = CeUa-filiorum-En- 
ani. Bat, another proof of his in- 
dependent research, on the preoe- 
ding folio (p. 3fí9g) the son of Enan 
is among the Lr. SS. who were onU/ 
sons. 



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Scnri.— ^Ooninall, mac CCiiic h[U]i Weill, -oo niaíiba* 
le b|xian, mac Cuinn h[tJ]i NeilU — ÍHac T)oninaill 
SctHoglac, iT>on, confabal h[tJ]i Neill, "do mafiba'B a 
peall a n-CCi\T)-niaía, iT)on, Colla, niac Colla aile, Le 
clainn 5^lla-efpuic, mic Somaifile fuai'ft ÍTlic T)om- 
naill. — Ingen lafla Cille-'oafia (iT)on", ^eíioiT) lafila*), 
iT)on, ben bapuin Slaine (iT)on', 8ap Uilliani bailif''), 
T)'he5 T)o'n plai'&. Ocuf an bean t)o bi ag an Bajiun 
niofi T)'he5 von £af cema. — ^piiucainifi|\ vo fif an 
blia'bain fi, innuf ^uf 'inill af bannu 6f enn T>*ufniofi 7 
co haijxi^i a pefaiB-íílanaf.— paT^fiaig pei-Sil vhe^ 
B loib iT)on, Otiaíaiii ÍHinuf T)e Obf ep uancia 7 | fenmoncai|i 
oiffT)efic, onoiia^ a n-6finn 7 a n-CClbain. Ocuf a 
eg a mainifcef T^g-ÍTlolaip 7 a aftluca^innn. — dogccn, 
mac emuinn tneg Ui'Bip , vo mafba^ le cloinT) 5^Lla- 
PaT>faic ÍTleE Ui'ftif a cofai'oeci; cfieici. Ocuf Pep^f 
mof ÍHac Caba t)o mafba'ft cloinT) 5^Ua-paT)faic aji 
an cumufc cema. — Ppioif *Oaim-innfi T^'he^, iT)on, 
Labfaif, mac an ppiopa moifi hUi pianna5a[i]n. — 
Cofimac, mac Cofimaic hUi phLannagain, T^'heg. — Con- 
cobuf fiaba6 CaifiT)e vhe^, iT)on, fep T)aenaccac, 
T)e^foLa6aif 7 mai^fcif f aeéaif mai€, pefi t:i§i aiT^e-o 
7 afaiLe. — eogan T)u15 ÍHac CCmLaim moftniuf efc. — 
rílac nies Ui'5if, iT)on, Tx>ifiiT)eLbac, mac 8eaain mic 
piLib ÍHe^ Ui^if 7 T>a mac TTai'fts TTlic SaFffiai^ 7 
Zah^ Ó5 ÍTlac ^«^LL^LLe, occ n-T)Uine T^eg, vo ba€u'5 a 
n-en coici af pnnLoc in bLia'bain fi. — pe*ai§ ÍTla£- 



• Baron, — Nngent of DelTÍn, co. 
Weetm. 

w Tech-Molaigi [-^e].— J^otw* of 
Molaga; Timoleague^ co. Oork. 
The saint is varionslj named Lo« 
oheni (gen. Áíar, TaL Jan. 20 : L. 
L. 856d), Mo-Looe (my L., Hom, 
li$t§, ib. 868Í), Mo-Laca (C^A 



Oen.)f and Mo-Laga (L. B. Co/. 
Oen, gL). The gloss rightly oon- 
jectures that he is Loohine, b. of 
Dubliged, of Telach-min (pleasant 
hHl) oí Molagpa» in Fir-Maighe, in 
Monster. (The district in qaea- 
tion, in the extreme r. il oÍ Cork 
cc, had two ohnrches, Temple-M. 



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Conn 0*Neill. — ^Mao Domnaill the Gallowglas, nameljr, 
constable oí O'Neill, namely, CoUa, son of another Colla, 
was slain in treacherj in Ard-Macha by the sons of 
Gilla-espuic, son of Somairle Mac Domnaill the Red. — 
The daughter of the Earl of Xildare (that is, Earl Gerald), 
namely, wife of tbe baron of Slane (that is, Sir William 
Walsh) died of the plague. And the wife of the great 
baron^ had died from the same cause. — Wet weather 
continually this year, so that it destro^ed the crops of 
Ireland in great part and especia11y in Fir-Manach. — 
Patrick OTeidhil, namely, a Friar Minor of [Stricter] 
Observance and a distinguished, honoured preacher in 
Ireland and in Scotland, died. And he died in the 
mona8tery of Tech-Molaigi^^ and was buried in it. — 
Eogan, son of Edmimd Mag Uidhir, was slain by the 
sons of Gilla-Padraic Mag IJidhir in pursnit of a prey. 
And Fergus Mor Mac Caba was slain by the sons of 
GiUa-Padraic in the same melee. — The prior of Daim- 
inis, namely, Laurence, son of the great prior^^ Ua 
Flannagain, died. — Cormac, son of Cormac Ua Flann- 
again, died. — Concobur O'Caiside the Swarthy died : to 
wit, a humane man, of good indu8try and a good laborious 
master [and] a man who kept a guest-house and so 
on. — Eogan Mac Amhlaim the Black died. — The son of 
Mag Uidhir, namely, Toirdelbach, son of John, son of 
Philip Mag Uidhir and two sons of Tadhg Mac Gaffraigh 
and Tadhg Mac GaiUghiUe junior, 18 persons [in aU], 
were drowned in one cot on Finnloch this year. — 
O'Fedaigh of the Plain of Tulach, namely, Aedh 



[1606] 



and Leaba-M. {[penitentiat] hed of 
M.)^ within three miles of each 
oiher. 

In the Geneahgies o/ SS, (L. L. 
361a), Dabb'ged (gÍTen as the 
father also in the Mar, Tal, and 
Hom, ZL.) Í8 8th from Mogh Both 



(the druid to whom Cormac, K. I., 
— ob. JLD. 278, Td, Let, IIL 207 
— granted Fir-Maighe^Fermoj, co- 
extensÍTe with the bar. of Condona 
and Glongibbons). 
"iVior.— Ob. 1462, »ipra. 



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ocMwccLa uLcrDti. 



aijxe Zu\£a v'he^ an blio^ain fi, i'oon, CCe* petai|. — 
8eaan a butic vo maixbo* le cloin'o Uilles a bu|ia — 
Ingen ÍHe^ 8annxa'5ain, iT)on, Una, ben phail§i, mic 
"Oomnaill bain blli Rai§illiJ, •o'hes in bliatain fi. — 
1n 5^^'-<^51^"^^*<^> ÍTlac-an-caeic hlli tlai§illi§, 
•00 maiiba* i n-a ci^ pein la ceipba^ vm cine5 pein 
•o'en up£u|x vo fgin, ai'ftci Luain Chafc. — Uilliani 05 
nias T^ixein-pefi •o'heg an blia^ain fi "oo uéafi a £oifi. — 
Ifibel, ingen ^hilla-na-naem hUi T)foma,mofiajaefc 

lCaL lan. u. p., L [1111.'], CCnno T)omini m.** •o.'* ui.* 
niac meg tJi'5if, i'Don, CCe'5, mac emuinn, mic 'Comaif 
015 meg Ui'Sif, •Do mafba5 an blia^ain fi le cloin'o 
Cuin^o h[U]i Neill 7 le pilib, mac Silla-pa^ofais meg 
Ui'5ip, a TOf ai'5ecc cf ei£e •oo f inne mac hUi Heill, i'oon, 
000*5, mac Cuinn [U]i Neill, aji Cuil-na-naip[€]e[i. — 
mac S^FPfa^S fuai-^ meg Ui^if 'o'hej, i'oon, mapiuf. 
— mac bfiiain 'Cheallaig-eaéaS 'o'hej, i'oon, ^01*5- 
lim^i-^]. — ^8emuf, mac pilib, mic an 5'^^^ 'ouiB 
me^ Ui'^if, T)'he5. — Comaf, mac Oiliuef piuinsceD, 
•Do'mafbaft le cloinT) maégamna hUi Rai|illi|, iT)on 
leifin Calbai§, mac pei-^UmLíe] 7 le n-a cloinT). Ocuf 
0050*5 5«^^ 7 S^ei'Sel T)eif§i cpi'o fin. — pai'oin hUa 
mael-Conaipe, en f o|a Gf enn a pli'^efe 7 a fen6uf, 
•00 abaiLT; "00 bi^^s, ai'56i tuain mincaifc 7 cqfi aiLe. — | 
B loio mac hUi Caéain, i'oon, bfian pinn, mac Seaain hUi 
Caéuin, •oo mafba-^ Le T)omnaLL, mac NeiLL, mic Cnfi, 
mic eogain hUi NeiLL. Ocuf mac •oo'n bfian fin, i^oon, 
ma^Uf hUa Ca€a[i]n, -00 mafba* Le T)onnca* hUa 

1606. • 8, MS. 



^Slain. — ^ln the monasterj ol 
Ballintobber (co. Mayo). F, M, 
'• 3fac-fln.c.— See 1879, n. 4. 
"Jfofiáiiy.— Mar. 24; Eas. (V. 



£), Mar. 23. 

160«. ^ CWt7^-fi. — See 1486, 
n. 3. 

^ Brian, — Magnire. He waa 



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OTedaigix died this year. — John de Burgh was slain^ by 
the sons of Ulick de Bnrgh. — The daughter of Mag 
Samradhain, namely, Fna, wife oí Failghe, son of Dom- 
nall Fa Baighilligh the White, died this year. — ^The 
Gloomy Gillie, Mac-an-caich^ Fa Raighilligh, was 
slain in his own house by a gamester of his own sept 
with one thrust of Imife, the night of Easter Monday^*. — 
William Mag Treinfher junior died this year of disease 
of his leg. — Isabel, daughter of Gilla-na-naem Fa Droma» 
died. 

Xalends of Jan. on 5th feria, [4th] of moon, a.d. 
1506. The son of Mag TTídhir, namely, Aedh, son of 
Edmund, sonof Thomas Mag Fidhir junior, was slain this 
year by the sons of Conn 0*Neill and by Philip, son of 
Gilla-Padraig Mag XJidhir, in pursuit of a prey which the 
sou of CNeill, namely, Aedh, son of Conn O'Neill, carried 
oflf from Cuil-na-nair[th]er^. — The son of Godfrey Mag 
Fidhir the Red, namely, Maghnus, died. — The son of 
Brian* of Tellach-Eathach, namely, Feidhlimidh, died. — 
James, son of Pbilip, son of the the black Gillie 
Mag Uidhir, died. — ^Thomas, son of Oliver Plunket, was 
slain by the clan of Mathgamain 17a BaighiUigh, namely, 
by the Calbach, son of Feidlimidh and by his sons. And 
war of Foreigners and Gaidhil arose through that. — 
Paidin Ua Mael-Conaire,unique choice of Ireland in poetry 
and in hi$tory, died of a fit, the night of Little Easter 
Monday^ and so on. — The son of Ua Cathain, namely, 
Brian the Fair, son of John Ua Cathain, was slain by 
Donmall, son of Niall, son of Henry, son of Eogan Ua 
NeilL And a son to that Brian, namely, Maghnus Ua 
Cathain, was slain by Donchadh^ in the same quarter [of 



[1506] 



[1606] 



íofltered in Tnlljhaw, oo. Cavan. 

•ifíwi.— Ap. 18; Eaa. (VI; D), 
Ap. 12. 



* D(mchadh,'^8on oí John, [the] 
0'Kane (next entrj, bnt one). 



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Coéain 'fa |uii€i cemaf — ^Comaf biii'6e TTlas Cofctiaig, 
1*0011, aifcitifiefi Cluana-eofain, •D'heg. — TTlac UiBilin, 
iT)on, UalTOf, mac Cotimaic, mic 8éinicin TTlic UiBilin, 
vo mafbaft leif Ca€ain, i'oon, le 'Comaf, mac CCibne 
b[tl]i Ca€ain 7 le cloinT) T;-8heaain h[tJ]i Ca^ain, i'oon, 
le *Oonn£a* 7 le T)omnall cleifiec. Ocuf vo mafba* 
maiUe ff if ann •oa mac 'Cuaéail h[tJ]i T)omnaill 7 -oa 
mac h[tJ]i CCf a 7 cfi mic hUi bui|ellain 7 va mac hlli 
Chuinn. CCfc cena, vo ^iceruf ceiíf 1 fif vec w líiaiíifí 
a mumnTOf 1 mailli ffxif . Ocuf qfiofcoB taei tu|nafa6 
T>o fonaic infin. — baile CC€a-cpuim vo lofca'B 'oon 
le€ toU •o'uifce^ 'D'ufmof "00 ceini'ft vumz hoc anno. — 
CCe* f ua'B, mac Sl^'T^® ^®5 TTlaígamna, t)0 mafbcrB 
leif Hai§iUi|, i'oon, le 8eaan, mac Cafiail h[Uli 
TlaigiUig 7 le n-a cloinT) in blia'Bain fi.— TTlaj TTluf- 
cai'B T)o mapba* an blia*ain fi ag buain qfieici ve t)0 
glac fe a pepn-muij. — RuSfai-Be, mac TToifiiT^elbaig 
TTleg Ui'Bif, T)0 lor ^u ^uafa&caS 1 n-a fuil vo uffuíi 
vo fai^T) a rófoi'Beíi: cfei£i t>o fiinne Cmunn, mac 
philib, mic bfiain TTleg Ui'Biii af cuit) T)o T)eaUai|- 
Caéac. Cosa* mof 7 T)i§bala ím'5a ezefi in T>a philib 
rpiT) fin, iT)on, pilib, mac 'CoiffT>elbai§ TTle^ Ui-fiiii 7 
PiLib, mac bfioin TTleg Ui'5if 7 ajiaile. — Tloinn t)u€- 
aigi T>o lua* eT^efi fli£c pilib TTleg Ui'ftiii in blia*ain 
fi. Ocuf Tluai'5fi, mac bfiain TTle^ Ui'&if 7 a clann 
t)0 be€ aj lap fa'B na fionna fin 7 pilib, mac Ofiain, t>o 
éabaiiic CClbanaS fiui^e, iT)on, Somaiple CCneloi^, co n-a 
muinnaf 7 cf e£ t>o 'Benum t>oiB aif Ruai'5fi. Tluai'fifi, 
imofifo, 7 pilib, mac CoiffT^elbaig TTle^ Ui'Bif, t>o 
'feul a c6fai'5ecc na cjieice. TTlac 'CoiffT^elbaig vo 
het (xs laf poD gan an cóf ai'5e£i; t>o '^enum an la fin 7 

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the year]. — ^Thomas Mag Coscraigh the Tawny, namely, [I6O0] 
herenagh of Cluain-eo8ain[-eois], died. — Mac ITíbhilin 
namely, Walter, sod of Cormac, son of Jenldn Mac ITibhlin, * 
was slain by O'Cathain, namely, by Thomas, son of Aibne 
O'Cathain and by the sons of John 0*Calhain, namely, by 
Donchadh and by Domnall the cleric. And there were slain 
along with him there two sons of Tuathal O'Domnaill and 
two sons of O'Hara and three sons of O'iioighellain and two 
sons of O'Chuinn. And, moreover, there fell 14 men of 
the worthies of his people along with him. And on the 
vigil* of Lammas Day that was done. — The town of Ath- 
truim was bumed in very great part on the side beyond^ the 
water by fire of lightning this year. — ^Aedh the Red, son 
of Glaisne Mag Mathgamna, was slain by 0'Eaighilligh> 
namely, by John, son of Cathal O'Raighilligh and by his 
Bons this year. — Mag Murchaidh was slain this year in 
wresting a prey from him which he took in Fem-magh. — 
Rughraidhe, son of Toirdelbach Mag Uidhir, was wounded 
dangerou8ly in the eye by shot of arrow in pursuit of . 
prey which Edmund, son of Philip, son of Brian Mag 
Fidhir, took o£P from part of Tellach-Eathach. Great 
war and many injuries [took place] between the two 
Philips, namely, Philip, son of Toirdelbach Mag Uidhir 
and Philip, son of Brian Mag Uídhir, through that and 
60 on. — Division of territory was mooted this year be- 
tween the descendants of PhilipMag Uidhir. And [it 
was] Buaidhri, son of Briau Mag Uidhir and his sons 
that were demanding that division, and Philip, son of 
Brian, brought Scots, namely, Somairle Aneloigh with 
his people, to him and a raid was made by them on 
Buaidhri. But Ruaidhri and Philip, son of Toirdelbach 
Mag Uidhir, went in pursuit of the prey. The son of 
Toirdelbach was asking not to make the pursuit that day 

* Bi^ond, — Belative to FermaDagh ; i. e. on Bouth bank of Bojne. 

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fi* TO •oenuTn. Ruoi'Biii "do •duI rcqi comoifile 7 cm 
qieS T)0 lenmuiti vo\Z. CClbanai| "do impa5 fliiu 7 
B loid bixifeT) pofijio 7 Ruai^iii vo gabail annpn | 7 a mac tk) 
mafiba*, iT)on, 8eaan ÍTlas tJi'5i|i. Ocuf pilib, mac 
'Coiixji'oelbail XWej; Ui'oif, do gabail ann 7 a loc gu 
^afa6cac 1 n-a coif 7 a legan ama£ gu lua€ lafi fin. 
Ocuf milLe'b an u^ie uile vo íe^c 'oe fin, ezeji cill 7 
cuaié, maf naS TOinig fe haimfijx f aDa foime fin 7 
apaile. — T)omnall O Cf ai'5ea[i]n, iTK)n, cennaip 
onofa6, cosúaf, a 05 t)o bi'fes ag eifceCc CCiffíiinn a 
mainifceii 'Ouin-na-n^aLl' cm blia'bain fi. — Ttlac 
bfiiain niic ÍTla^nufa T^'heg (iT)on% aiT)£i ÍJolLa[i]5 
mó[ij[i') iT)on, niuf£a* ; ne£ T)'a n-goiféi an 5^^^^ 
T> u 15, mac Comaif 015, mic 'Comaif líioifi, mic bfiain, 
afi cai€im mof ain T)'a aif f e ze^ n-ai'5e'5 7 afocile. — 
ÍTlagnuf ÍHac CCmlaim T^Tieg, iT)on, mac bfiain, mic 
CCmlaim THeBtJi'Sif. 

ICaU* lan. [ui.'* f., l. xu.^, CCnno T)omini m.*^ t>.** uii.** 
henpi, mac CCo'Sa [U]i' Hóill, fot £inn-pe'5na 7 T)Uine 
T)ob' peff aiíne ap gac eala'5ain 1 n-a aimfifi péin, 
T)'he5 an blia'^ain fo im péil CfOf. — pianna5a[i]n 
T)'he5 T)o ^1*55 a cuf effaig na blia'5na fo ; iT)on, 
THuipceficaS, mac ÍTluifice[iTOi| [tl]{ phlannaga^ijn. — 
Ingen TTlhég tJi'5i[i, iT)on, ^l^áine, ingen Bifiuinn TTlhég 
tJi'5ii\, ben pilib, mic tk)iffT)elbai| TTlhég tJi'5ifi, T^'heg 
an bliatain fo: iT)on, ben T>eficac, T)aonaccac, cogufaf, 
T)ei|eini|. — TTlainifT^ef Clofaiji vo lofco'^ an blia'5ain 
fo im féil paT)fai5. — pei['5]limi'5 TTlhág tlínfenna[i]n 
T)'he5, iT)on, b[iei€eiíi [tJ]í T)homnaill 7 Oifpix^el 
Chíf 1-Conaill 7 faí clejiié 7 T)uine t)0 ba5 mo coguf 7 

1506. •^itL, t. h. «c^, MS. 

1607. •* by other (3rd) h. ^^ bl. in MS. 

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and to make peace. Euaidhri disregarded advice and the [1606] 
pre^ was pursned by them. The Scots tumed against them 
and overcame them and Ruaidhri was taken there and 
his son, namely, John Mag Uidhir, was slain. And Philip, 
son of Toirdelbach Mag Uidhir, was dangerouslj wounded 
in his foot and taken there and lef t out quickly after that. 
And destruction of the whole country came of that, both 
church and laitj, such as came not for a long time before 
that and so on. — Donmall O'Craidhain, nameljr, an 
honourable, conscientious merchant, died of a fit, in 
hearing Mass in the monasterj of Dun-na-Gtdl, this year. 
— Mao Briain Mac Maghnusa, namelj, Murchadh — one 
whowasstyled the black Gillie — son of Thomas 
junior, son of Thomas Mor, son of Brian, died this year 
(namely, the night of Gb'eat Christmas), after spending 
yery much of his tiroe in keeping a guett-house and so 
on. — ^Maghnus Mae Amhlaim^, namely, son of Brian, son 
of Amlam Mag Uidhir, died. 

Ealends of Jan. [on 6th feria, 15th of moon], a.d. 1507. t^^^^i 
B[enry, son of Aodh 0*Neill, an eminent leader and a 
person who had best knowledge of every science in his own 
time, died this year about the feast [May 3] of [Holy] 
Cross. — O'Flannagain, namely, Muircertacb, son of Muir- 
certach O'Flannagain, died of a fit in the beginning of 
Spring^ of this year. — The daughter of Mag Uidhir, 
namely, Graine, danghter of Edmund Mag Uidhir, wife 
of Philip, son of Toirdelbach Mag Uidhir, died this year : 
to wit, a woman charitable, humane, conscientious, truly- 
hospitabla — The monastery of Clogher was bumed this 
year about the feast of Patrick. — ^Feidhlimidh Mag Uin- 
sennain^ died : to wit, the brehon of Ua DomnaiU and 



*Mag U.^A name BtiH common l Mac Elsinan, GEson and Nugent 
in Meath and Cavan; angUciaed | (O'D. v. 1290). 

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•oepc 1 n-a aimfiti. — ^Miall, tnac. Cuinn,niic (toha bui'Bi, 
mic biiiain Ballail [U]í Heill, vo gabail le muinnníi 
Chaififip-pefijufa an blia'Bain fo 7 a beC OTmaU a 
laim 7 f é bi^ai^Di 'Beg 'oo Buain aff *s á léipn amac. 
Ocuf an caiflen cecna f in t>o gabail vo Wiall, mac 
B i02a Cuinn 7 méfia | an Caile vo Jabail ann. — 'Cempoll 
CCcai'5-bei€i -00 lofca* an bliaftain fo 7 uixmóji mairifa 
in tíjii uile '00 lofca'b ann. Ocuf blia'bain céfca -oo 
coicaic blia'&an o'n cct; lofcoft 5UÍIU151 fin 7 pce 
blia'fean o'n lofca* xxxnui^ Ceóf. — Cmann, mac Txmiaif 
615, mic tJomaif aile ÍTlég Ui'ftif, v^hef^ an bliatain fo 
"00 íinnif en oi'&£i. — ÍTlá^ [C]fiai€, i'oon, Tomaf 7 ÍTlac 
Coniíii'5i, i'Don, 8olaiíi 7 hlla Cuill, i'oon, Cennfaolai§ 7 
hUa T)alai| pnn, iT)on, 5^f[f]fai| 7 hlla 'Oalaig Caif- 
bfe£, i-Don, CCon^Uf 7 hUa 5®P<^^^' ^*^^"» Seaan — ^hn 
omnef poece hoc anno in Ch|xifTO 'oofmieixunc*. 

[b.] lCaU'1an.[uii.^f.,l. acxui.*'J,CCnno T)omini ín.*''D.*uiii.* 
THac ÍTlég TTlhaí^amna, i'oon, Tlemann 65, mac Tlé- 
mainn aile TTlheg TTlhaigamna, 'oo iíia|xbcrD a n-'Domna6 
Tnui§i-T)á-claine, láfeili paDfiaig, lé mac Tnhég Ui'fiiii, 
i'Don, lé pilib, mac Oniainn TTlhég Ui'feii^, an blioBain 
fo. Ocuf ma|x fo €affla fin, i-Don: pilib "00 •ftul a 
n-onóip pa'Dpaig 'o'eifrjecc fepBife 'Do'n Baile 7, maf 
'Do BáDUp ag efcecc an CCiéff inn 'fa rempoll, Rémunn 
65 'DO €ecc, fe^an móf, pa'n t^empoll 7 céinna -00 
oftuinT; •DoiB a ceífi afDiB an rempuill. Oouf mac 

1687. «711. bL 

1608. •^ = 1607**. »»•»> = 160r»-^ 



• OJiciai of TiT'C, — That ia, 
Vicar General in temporals of 
Baphoe diooese. 

^Achadh'b.-^ 1458, n. 6. 

^Much, etc, — ^The property had 
been plaoed for safetj in the mon- 
aaterj. Cf. 1177, n. 18. One of 
the manj chargea brooght against 



Nioholas de dare, ploralist reetor 
of Tonghal, wae that, as Treaaorer 
of Ireland, he sent the nheriff with 
an armed posse (in 1290) to the 
Frandsoan ohoroh of Toaghal, 
who broke open ihe Teetry door 
ond took the box of oomplainant» 
with muniments, jewols and trea- 



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Official of Tir-Conaill^ and an eminent derio and person [1507] 
that wa« BDost conscientioQs and cliarítable in his time. — 
Niall, son oí Conn, son of Aodh the Tawny, son of Brian 
O'NeiU the Freckled, was taken this year by the people 
of Carraig-Ferghusa and he was a while in captivity and 
16 hostages were exacted from him at his being let out. 
And that same castle was taken by Niall, son of Conn, 
and the mayor of the town was taken there. — The church 
of Achadh-beithi* was bumed this year and very much^ 
of the chattel of all the country was bumed in it. And 
a year® is wanting from 50 year8 from the first buming 
unto that and 20 years [elapsed] also firom the second 
buming. — ^Edmond, son of Thomas junior, son of another 
Thomas Mag TTidhir, died this year of an iUness of one 
night — Mag Craith, namely, Thomas and Mac Conmidhi, 
namely, Solomon and Fa Cuill, namely, Cennfaolaigh 
and Fa Dalaigh the Fair, namely, Godfrey and Fa Dalaigh 
the Carbrian, namely, Aonghus and TJa Gerain, namely, 
John — all these poets slept thÍ8 year in Christ. 

Ealends of Jan. [on 7th feria, 26th of moon], a.d. 1508. [1608B.] 
The son of Mag Mathgamna, namely, Redmond junior, 
son of another Bedmond Mag Mathgamna, was slain 
this year in the church of Magh-da-claine^, the feast day 
of Patrick, by the son of Mag Uidhir, namely, by Philíp^ 
son of Edmond Mag Fidhir. And in this way that be- 
fell, to wit : Philip went in honour of Patrick to hear 
Service to the town and, whilst they were hearing Mass 
in the church, Redmond junior came [with] a large force 
aroimd the church and fires were lighted by them at the 
four aiigles of the church. Ajid the son of Mag Uidhir 



snrM Talaed at £200 {D. L, III. 
p. 820). 

• A yetfr, ele, — Bee mider 1458 
•nd 1487, tupra. 



1 608. ^ Magh-da'C—Plain of ttoo 
shpes; now Donagh (the textnal 
Domnach), a par. in Trongh bar., 
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ÍTlés tli'5i|i so fona, fenaíncnl T)*á fui* nac léispe* fé 
TOínpoll pa'Díiai^ t>o lofca* 7 a Tnuinnrifi t>o b|iofDa§u'5 
TK)cuni maire t>o •fienum. Ocuf pilib 7 a bfiairíii t)o 
•5ol amac a n-ainm T)é 7 paT^tiai^ 7 Remonn 65 t>o 
cfiafcafT; 'oá eo5 7 a líiaf ba^B 7 a coniT^alra t>o maíibofe 
páfiaon fif, iT)on, mac bfiain fuai'5 íTlic 5*^illa- 
Ohf i|di 7 bfaigDi do gabail gnn fóf . Ocuf do mofo* 
ainm *0é 7 paDfai^ qfiic fin. — ^T)onnca'& (iDon", T)onn- 
ca'Bcaoé'')» ^^«c bfiaín, mic pilib íHhég Ui'Sif, D'heg 
an blia'Sain fo. — pilib, mac biiiain, mic pei'5lini€e 
[tl]i Rasallig, iDon, cenn-fe6na 7 pef C151 aiT>e5 7 
B i02b DUine Dob' I feff ai€ne af gafi eaUr5ain d'ó foiBi 
a n-5ttifb-T:fiian [an] am fin, a é^ an bli(r5ain fi, 
CCine Chafc móf do funnfia^, lafx m-buaiD Ongca 
7 ai€fii'5e. — ^Oomnaill, iDon, CCot, mac CCoha 
fxuai* [U]í *Ooninaill, do €efc, toinjif, ccji Loc-éfine 
an blia'^ain fo 7 caiflen ínnp-8cillinn D'fxisbaiL 
DÓ 6 Ruai'^fii íHhág lli'5if. Ocuf *Ooninall do 
Éabaifix: an caiflein ifin do pilib, mac Tx)if\fiDel- 
baig ÍTlhés tli'5ifi. Ocuf bfiai|Di an tífii D'fagbait 
Dó fóf. Ocuf Néitt (iDon^ T>omnatf) 7 íllas \l}f)\\\ 
(iDon% Concabufi') do toct; gu híníf-8ceittinn 7 a fifafi- 
^§^•5 DoiB 7 pitib, mac bfiiain íTlhés tli'5ifi, do bfiife* 
a faiftem féin afi ejta [tl]i T)omnaitt 7 ctann bfiiain 
D'fágbait an dfii, iDon, 1fluaí'5fii, a cenD [U]f Ruaific 7 
pitib,a cenD CCifiT: 615, mic Cuinn''[U]í WeitU Ocuf 

1608. ««itl.,t. h. «qti-, MS. 



^ChurchofP, — Item omnis aec- 
lesia libera et cÍTÍtas ab [=cam] 
episoopali g^rada ▼ide[n]tur esse 
fandata[el ia toto Sootorum inBola 
et omnis ubiqae loooB qui Domini- 
cué appellatur, iazta olementiam 
almipotentis Domini, sanoto doc- 
tori [Patrioio] et, iuzta ▼erbom 
angaeli, in fipeciali aocietate Pat- 



ridi pontifioÍB atque herediii oath- 
edrae eiua Aird-Mmehae eese de- 
baera[n]t ; quia donayit iUi Beus 
totam insolam, ut supra [20d] 
diximus (Bk. Ar. 21b, c). 

Donmaeh, ohurch, being=ii0. 
minictLm (i. e. Kvpuuc6vi Conc 
Ancyr., A.D. 3U, Can. 16=Cod. 
Can. Dion., xxxr., Migne, Patr. 



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said felicitouslj, anspicionslj that he would not allow 
the church of Patríck^ to be bomed and animated his 
people to act well. And Philip and his lcinsmen went 
forth in the name of God and Patríok and Redmond 
jnnior was thrown from his horse and dain and his foster- 
brother, namelj, the son of Brían Mac Gilla-Brighde the 
Bed, was slain along with him and prísoners were taken 
there also. And the name^s] of God and Patríck was 
[were] magnified through that. — Doncbadh (namely, 
Donchadh BIind[-eye]), son of Brían, son of Philip Mag 
XJidhir, died this year. — ^PhiUp, Fon of Brían, son of 
Feidhlimidh O'RaighiUigh, namelj, a leader and man 
that kept a guest-hoose and the person who, of those that 
were in Qarb-trian^ at that time, had best knowleclge of 
every science, died this year, Easter Fríday* preciseljr, 
after victory of Unction and penanca — O'DomnailI, 
namely, Aodh, son of Aodh O'DomnailI the Red, went 
[with] a fleet on Loch-Erne this year and the castle of 
Inis-Scillin* was got by him from Ruaidhri Mag Uidhir. 
And O'DomnaiII gave that castle to Philip, son of Toir- 
delbach Mag Uidhir. And the hostages of the country 
were got by him alao. And O'NeiU (namely, Domnall) 
and Mag Uidhir (namely, Ooncabur) went to Inis- 
SceiUin and he was submitted to by them and PhUip, son 
of Brian Mag Uidhir, broke down his own castle for fear 
of O'DomnaiU and the sons of Brian lef t the country : 
that is, Ruaidhrí [went] to Ua Ruairc and PhiUp, to 
Art junior, son of Conn O'NeiU. And great war [arose] 



L16081 



Lat, IxTÍi 61-2 ; of. not. ib. 107), 
(oati dominicus haidlj aooordB with 
ihe souToe aflaigned. But thepas- 
sage disprovea the acoepted asser- 
tioii that everj ohuroh called 
Bonmaoh was íoonded bj St. 
Fatriok(0'D.Y. 1295). Thereason 
given (ib.) froni Oolgan's version 



of the TripartiU (i. e. that the 
eaint laid tbe foandations on Son* 
daj) Í8 not in the orígpinal. 

* Oarb-L — Rough Third, — Ct 
1220, n.l; O'D. iii.198. 

*Fn.— Ap. 28 ; Eas. (VIIL A), 
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488 auNu:Ur utaron. 

coga'b móti eceii flife pilib ITles U^'Sin "^ V^- — ^^^ 
[U]í Ruaiju), iwn, 'Cigefinan Ó5, mac eo§ain, mic 
TTilefinain oile, "00 nia|iba'5 le 8eaan, mac 'Cigetinain 
pínn [U]i Huaipc, an blia'5ain fi. — lnfoiéi'5 le cloinn 
T)onn£ai'5 íTlhés Ui'Bifi, iwn, le Comaf 7 le pilib 7 le 
péi'5limi'5 7 le clainn r-Sheaain Bui'fii íTlés íTlhaísamna 
afi íTla5Ui'5ip, i'Don, ap ConCabufi. Ocuf íTlas Ui-Sifi 
vo biieií oíi|va 7 bíiife'5 t)ó ojifa 7 pei'5limi'5, mac 
*Oonncai'5, 'oo maf ba'^ leif 7 bfian, mac 8eaain 15ui'5i 
fTlég íTlhafisamna, 'oo buaUr5 7 «00 gabail leif. — 
8omaifli bacac, mac 8omaifle aile íTlic ^Oomnaill, 
cenT) cóifii|6e salloglafi vo muinncif [U]í WéilU 'o'heg 
on blia*ain p.— Cfe£[a] mofa le hCCfr, mac Cuinn [U]í 
NeiU, af Cheinel-pefa'5uié 7 eo^an fua'5, mac [U]i 
MeilU T)o bfieií aif clainn íTlic CaÉiíiaíl 7 CCongufwmac 
8omaifle 15acai| íTlic T)omnaill, t>o líiafba* pa CCfT: 7 
CCfic f ein T)'im'5e5T: afi éigin 7 na cf eca vo bf eié leif 
thS. — Wíall, mac CtlaxDfainn íTlic Caba 7 enfí, mac 
bfiain íTlic Cappa, T)'hec an blia*ain fi'. 

B I02c \CaL lan. [ii.* f., l. uii/J CCnno T)omini ÍTl." t).* ix.' 
WeiU, cigefna dfe-heosain, iT)on, *OomnaU Well, 
T)'fa5bail báif an blia'^ain fi 7 CCfix:, mac CCo-^a [U]í 
WeiU, T)o fii^o* 'n-a ína-^. — baígill, iT)on, Cmann 
bui'^e, mac HéU, vo mafiba'5 le Concobufióc m-baí- 
^U T)e'n Uficaf\ t)0 §a 'fxi'n oiT)ce.— pilib^ mac bfiiain, 
mic pilib íTles Ui-^ifi, T)'he5 im peil bfii§Di na blia'Sna 
fa, faí íinn-f e'5na. — Co^an, mac Cuinn, mic CCa^a buiT)e 
[U]í NeiU, T)'he5 in blia'^ain fo. — ^Donnfia'5 íTlhás 
Ruai'^fii, oififinnec íTlacaifie na cfioifi, T)'hes an blia- 
'^ain fi. — íTlac [U]í MeiU, [iT)on, CCfxc, mac Cuinn, mic 

1609. •* no bl. in MS. ^^ = 1607»*. 



• C,-F.--Sepi of Feradhach (4th . Farrj ; now Gloglier bar., oo.Tjrr. 
jn descent from Eogan, a qao j 1509. ^Slain. — At Looghrofl 
Cenel-Eogain, ilitom. 405) ; Henel- | {rutk^firomoHtanffOO.Dan.)y F.M. 



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between the descendants of Pbilip Mag TJidhir from [1608] 
that. — The son of O'Ruairc, namelj, Tigernan jnnior, 
8on of Eogan, 8on of another Tigeman, was slain by 
John, 8on of Tigernan O'Ruairc the Fair, this year. — 
Inroad [was made] by the sons of Donchadh Maji: Uidhir, 
namely^ by Thomas and by Philip and by Feidhlimidh 
and by the 80ds of Jobn Mag Mathgamna the Tawny^ on 
Mag TJidhir, namely, on Goncabur. And Mag Uidhir 
OYertook them and overcame them and Feidhlimidh, 8on 
of Donchadh, was slain by him and Brian, son of John 
Mag Mathgamna the Tawn^, was strack [down] and taken 
by him. — Somairle the Lame, son of another Somairle 
Mac Domnaill, captain of gallowglasses of the people 
of O'NeiU, died this year. — Qreat raids [were made] by 
Art, son of Oonn O'NeiU, on Cenel-Feradhaigh® and 
Eogan the Bed, son of O'NeiU, overtook tho sons of 
Mac Cathmail and Aonghus, son of Somairle Mac Dom- 
naill the Lame, was slain under Art and Art himself 
escaped by force and the preys were carried o£E with him 
by him. — Niall, son of Alexander Mac Caba and HeDry, 
son of Brian Mac Caba, died this year. 

Kalends of Jan. [on 2nd feria, 7th of moon,] a.d. 1509. [1609'} 
O'Beill, lord of Tir-Eogain, namely, Domnall O'Neill, 
died this year and Art, son of Aodh O'NeiU, was made 
king in his place. — O'Baighill, namely, Edmond the 
Tawny, son of Niall, was slain^ by Concobur O'Baighill 
junior with one thrust of a spear in the night. — Philip, 
son of Brian, son of Philip Mag Uidhir, an eminent leader, 
died about the feast of Brigit of this year. — Eogan, son 
of Conn, son of Aodh CNeiU the Tawny, died this year. 
— ^Donchadh Mag Ruaidhri, herenagh of Machaire-na- 
croisi*, died this year. — The son of O'Neill, namely, Art, 
son of Conn, son of Henry, son of Eogan O'Neill, was 

•Jf.-na-c— /Yam o/ the eross; | and partij in Fer. 
líagheraoros, a par. partij in Tjr. 



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enfi{, niic eogain [tl]í Wéill, vo |abail a peiU le hCCpc 
an Éaiflem, mac Weill, mic CCifii;, mic eosain 
[tl]i MéiLl 7 fefir: caifi'oif CtiifD T)ó jtif 7 a iabaifir ap 
cia|ie* ÍU151 1 n-a caiflen pein 7 a íabaifir; a laim [U]í 
*OoninailL — íTlac Uilliam Chloinni-ílicaifiT) 'o'hes an 
blia'Bain fi ; it)0!i, Uilleg, faf cinn-fe*na, fefi eini| 7 
egnuma. — Sluaige* leifin n-Jiáfcif, iT)on, tó hlafila 
Chilli-T^apa, a Dífi-neo^ain af Txiffains clainni Cuinn 
[U]f WÓ1II7 caiflen TDuine-genainn, iT)on, caiflen [U]í 
MéiU, T)'fa|bail vo ÉLainn Chuinn fuilrjanaic an c-lajila 
uime 7 an r-lafla t)o •5ul affin fa caiflen na h-0§- 
muige 7 a gabail leif. Ocuf T^^ifif '5eaUa£, moc WéiU, 
mic CCifxx; [U]í MéiU, T)o§abail ann 7 eogan fiua* Tííac 
SuiBne fóf T)0 ^abail ann, nefi vo fín lárh T)'CCfiT;, mac 
Cuinn, '5 á gabail 'fcf caiflen ceT^na. Ocuf in caiflen 
T)o bfife'5 leifin lafila 'n-a '5iai§ f^n 7 in T;-lafila vo 
impÓT) T)fa v)% T)o'n ruf Uf fin. — 'Comaf, mac Remuinn 
íTlhés Ui'Bifi, vo mafiba'& afi fluag [U]í T)homnaiUa 
Tnui|-Luifi5. — Ocuf innfoigi'5 le bfiian, mac Cuinn ]U]í 
WeiU, ofi flifiT: in^ne TTlic TTlufica'5a afi bofD lx)ca- 
Lao^aifie 7 Cnfií Ó5, mac enfii Ó15 aile [U]í WéiU 7 va 
mac NéiU befinaig [U]í MóiU, iT)on, eogan 7 bfian, vo 
mafiba'5 ann 7 ceífii hei6 afi coicaix; ec vo Buain T)ib a 
ceTx^ifi*". 

B I02d ]cal. lan. [111.' U f ., xum.*], CCnno T)omini Tn.** t).* x.° 
8lua§ la SepoiT), lafila CiUi-T)afia, iT)on, Sitifnf Cfienn, 
a Cuice'D TTluman co maiéiB 5«U 7 5^1*501 Lai§en leift 
T)'áfi'cumT)ai| caiflen T)'ain'Deóin Jai'Bel TTluman a 

1509. «9U.bl. 
1610. •*=1609»^. 



' Ca9tU,"^ Omagh (next item 
but one). 

* /nvitation, — Ciaredh of the text 
(apparentlj a tox nihili} Beems a 
mÍBtalrft for etdrtdJu F. M. have 



icqfv fi-a toctiiTiecrók aft$r wvitíng 
him, 

^Art, etc, — Next previous entrj 
bot one. 

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faken'ín treachery by Art of tlie Castle*, son of 11609] 
Niall, son of Art, son of Eogan O'NeiU — and he had 
g088Ípred seven tímes with him — and [it happened thus :] 
he brought him on invitation^ to hímself in his own castle 
and gave him into the cu8tody of TTa DomnailL — ^Mac 
William of Clann-Ricaird, namelj, IJlick, an emioent 
leader, a man of ho6pitality and prowess, died this year, — ^A 
htsting by the Ju8ticiary, namely, by the Earl of Kildare, 
ÍDto Tír-Eogain, at instigatíon of the sons of Conn O'Neill 
[the Tawny] and the castle of Dun-Genainn, namely, the 
ca8tle of 0*Neill, was got by the sons of Conn TJa Neill 
before the Earl came aronnd it and the Earl went f rom 
that nnder the castle of the Oghmagh and it was taken 
by him. And Toirdelbach, 8on of Niall, son of Art O'NeiU, 
was taken there and Eogan Mac Suibhne the Bed, the 
one that stretched hand to Art^, son of Conn, to take 
him in the same castle, was taken there. And the castle 
was broken down by the Earl af ter that and the Earl 
retumed [in triumph] to his house f rom that expedition. — 
Thomas, son of Redmund Mag ITidhir, ^was slain^ in the 
host of O'Domnaill in Magh-Luirg. — ^And inroad [was 
made] by Brian, son of Conn O'Neill, on the descendants 
of the daughter^ of Mao Murchadha on the margin of 
Loch-Laoghaire® and Henry junior, son of another Henry 
junior O'Neill, and two sons of Niall Gapped [-tooth] 
O'NeiU, namely, Eogan and Brian, were slain there and 
54 horses were wrested from them immediately. 

Ealends of Jan. [on 3rd feria, 18th of moon], a.i>. 1510. [i5io] 
A host [was led] by Gerald, Earl of Xildare, namely, 
Justiciary of Ireland, into the province of Munster, when 
he built a castle in despite of the Gaidhil of Munster in 
Carraic-Cital. And Ua Domnaill, namely, Aodh, son of 

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Cafitiaic-CiTOl. Octif lenair hUa 'Ootnnaill, i-oon, OCo*, 
mac 0C6'6a fiuai'5, qfiofan íni'5e 'fa íHtiniain é, afi 
began bui'fine 7 uíagaiT: afiaon a^i fiuCat a n-&llaib 7 
gabair; caiflen Cinn-Tjuifc 7 aifigiT: an zi\i 7 nagain 
lafum a n-T)ef-íTluniain móifi 7 gabaic caiflen na 
Pailip 7 caiflem Coifi-Tnamp co léip 7 v)Oz flán 
xxifi a n-aif a Cunnrae Luimni|. TDonícrc lafum ac- 
cinol fluai^ i'af fin 7 qxuinnigir; JefiaÍTOiÉ na íHumafi 
im 8hemuf, mac lafla *Oef-fnuman 7 S^ill íTluman 
aficena 7 íTlas Cafifiéaig fíabafi, iwn, Tk)mnall, mac 
T^iafimoTXi, mig pnjin 7 Cofimac óc, mac Cofimaic, mic 
'Cai'Ds 7 501II 7 5oiT)il íTli'fie 7 Laigen 7 tíasaii; co 
tuimnec. Ocuf Tnnóilix; 'Coiffi'Belbac, mac 'Cai'os [U]i 
bfiiain, fi 'Cua§-ínuman 7 íTlac Conmafia 7 8il-CCota 
7 Clann-ílicaifi'D mofiflua§ 1 n-a n-a|ai'5. Ocuf céiT) 
an r-lafila co n-a r;-fláa§ T^fiiT) bealai|-na-f(r5bai|e 7 
rfii'D belaig-an-gamna no co fiaínic T^fioicex; fxomaié 
cfoinT)T)OfiinT)eT) lef O m-bfiiain raf 8inainn 7 bfifif 
an T)foiíeT; 7 anaif oi'fici a faflon^ufiu anT)fa nfi. 
Ocuf TK)ní bfiain co n-a T:-fluaé faflonspofiT; fió n-a 
TX)eb, in'DUf co cluinecrB gafi cuit) T)ib a comfiá'&, no an 
fcólai§acc T)on<€i vou lei eile. lafi naiíiafiac lafum 
opT^aij^if in T;-1afila a T;-flua§ 7 cuifiif Joill 7 



1610. 1 Cenn-t, — Boar'B head 
(Kantark, oo. Cork) ; so named 
perhaps from the configaration of 
the land between the Allna and 
Dallna at their conflaenoe (where 
the town is Bitoated). Gf. Srcn- 
na-caiUighe, hag*8 nose, Strancallj, 
on the Blackwater, 00. Wat. 

* Ca#.— /'.— Palaoe Caatle, which 
Btood near Beaafort, N. of the 
liower Lake, Eillamej. 

»rAd— «iíír*íy. — That ÍB, cap- 
tored Castlemaine and tamed (n.b.) 
np the vallej, taking Clonmellane, 



Molahiffe, Castle FirieB and Cafitle- 
Island (near the laet of which the 
Maíne take8 its rise). 

The JF*. Af. altered t^e tezt to 
Bignif^ anoiher castU on the ba$dt of 
Maine ! 

*i2etMto».— Probablj by recal- 
ling the garrison of Carrigkettle 
{Carraic'Citai) to join the main 
body. 

»5í/--á. -- Leeeendante of Aodh; 
tribe nameof the 0*8haaghnes8y8. 

• Bridge, — Of PorterasLa (in 
Stradbally par., 00. Lim.)^ JP.JT. 



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Aodh the Bed, follows him through Meath ÍDÍo Munster 
with a small force aud they march together into EUa and 
take the castle of Cenn-tuiro^ and harry the countrj and 
go after that into great Desmond and take the castle of 
the Pailis^ and the castles along the Maing in [their] 
entiretj^ and go safe backwards into countj Limerick. 
Af terwards^ they make reunion^ of the host and the Geral- 
dines of Munster assemble under James, son of the Earl of 
Desmondandthe Foreigners of Munster [assemble] beside 
and Mag Carthaigh tbe Swarthy, namely, Domnall, son 
of Diarmait, son of Finghin and Cormac junior, son of 
Cormac, son of Tadhg and the Foreigners and Gaidhil 
of Meath and Leinster and [all] go to Limerick. And 
Toirdelbach, son of Tadhg O'Briain, king of Thomond 
and Mac Conmara and the Sil-Aodha'^ and Clann-Bicaird 
mustered a large host against tbem. And the Earl with 
his host went through Belach-na-fadhbaighe and Belach- 
an-gamna, until he reached a very good bridge® of wood 
that was made by 0*Briain across the Shannon and he 
breaks the bridge and remains a night in camp in the 
country. And O'Briain with his host made a camp by their 
side, so that each portion of them used to hear the con- 
versation, or the story-telling, that was being ^one by the 
other half. XJpon the morrow, the Earl arranges his host 
and places the Foreigners and Gttidhil of Munster in front 
and placesthe Foreigners of Meath and Ath-cliath on the 



[16101 



Bat the interpolation is the re- 
verae of probable. Had the in- 
Taders (who, 0'Donnell*s rearward 
post provea, were in fligbt) torned 
from within easj reach of fiafetj 
and marohed eight milee throngh 
the territorj of thepnrsning enemj, 
f ew had escaped to teU the tale to 
the Ulflter Annalínt. 

The bridge, it Is thns safe to in- 
fer, was a short distanoe w. of 



Limerich, whence the ronte laj 
throngh Jfotf» 'tta-b, {Bog of the 
Friara), Monabraher (Long Pave- 
ment), k. of the river, direct to the 
city. 

The ambignitj wonld be re- 
moved, were B.'iia-f, {Pass of th$ 
For$tt) and ^.-(m.-y. (Pa*t of th$ 
Calf) not obfiolete. To locate them 
B. of Limerich (O'D. y. 1806) is 
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494 ocNtiala: tilcroti. 

5oiT)tl íTltiTnan aii xnif 7 cuitiif 5^ill íTli'fie 7 CCca- 
clioí aii T)eiie'5 a i;-fltiai§. Tx^ipfiloinsif T)oín- 
naill on becan bui'bne t>o bí 7 anaif a|i T^efie* amefc 
Jall. 5<^baiT: an afigitine TK)ctim Luminifi qfiiT) Tlfloin- 
na-mbfiarafi 7 innfaigic na fLuai| fin c-8il-nibfiiain 
an flua§ 5^11 7 niatib€a|\ léo arw baf ún Cinx; 7 beaf - 
na15ala£ CificifTX)án 7 T)6ine maiíi eile nac aifimTjeti 
funu Ocuf imi^c an flua§ 5^11 a cói|i ma'Bma 7 
impaic an fluog fin r-8il-mbtiiain laf n-ai€ef 7 iccf 
B I08a n-eT>alaiB im-Ba^iB]. | Ocuf ni fiaibe vo JhallaiB na t)0 
^ai-BealailS T)o*nT) va éaob fin en látíi buT) mó clú an 
la fin aná TDomnaill, ac btxei€ T^etii* iH^luaig 5«U 
leif.— íTlac-an-baifT) 'Cifie-Conaill, iT>on, 8o|an t^uoB, 
vo •5ol T)'éc a n-lnT)fi-mic-an-T)Uit^n an blicrBain fi. — 
palá[i]n, iT)on, pefigal, mac Co^ain, fai t^é T)an 7 t^e 
T>a6na£c, T^'fa^bail báif. — eojan, mac bpiain [U]í 
Uismn, oiT)e Connafo t^e T)án,T>o t>uI T)'hec. — hUa "Oom- 
naill, iT)on, 0Co5, mac 0Co5a t^uai'BjTnseixna'Cítie-Conaill 
7 I6ca[i]f Chonnacc 7 Cemuil-íTloain 7 Innfi-heosam 
7 petx-íTlanac, t>o -501 a lá|i a aif 1 7 a neif c, T)'amT>eoin 
Ea£ aín, T>'á oiliít^ T>ocum na tlottia. — O^ Rasallig T>'hec 
in blia'Bam fi, iT>on, 8eaan, mac CaÉait^ [U]í tla|alli§. 
Ocuf if leíf T)0 cumT>e6 m TrOtvT> íTlinuti T>e Obfefiu- 
ancia 'fa CaBan^ 

lCal. lan. [1111/ p., l. ocx.ix.'], OCnno T)omini ÍTI.** t)." xi.' 
OCtix; oc, mac Cumn [U]i Weill, t>o bí a laim ag *Oom- 
naill ag imT^ecc t>6, t>o ligen T)o tmhagnuf, mac [U]i 
'OomnaiU, af a bf ai§T>enuf can £eaD t>'0 T)omnaiU 7 
a mac, iT>on, NíaU 6c, T)0 €e6t; 'n-a ma* a n-giU fé 
coiíiaU. — Concobuiti phailge, iT>on, Caéait^, mac 

1610. »>-^=1607»^. 

1611. •* = 1609»^. 



'SfT--».— See [1866], n. 4. 
^ Circitiovm, — In Meath. Top, 
Dtc, t. V. Crtélctiown^ or Crikstown. 
^Andf ete,—On thÍB O'D. ob- 



serree : « The F,M. praise O'Don- 
nell whether he defeate or is de- 
f eated ! Bat this is pardonable, as 
long aa thjB j keep within the boandfl 



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rear of the host O'Domnafll dismounts [with] the small [i5io] 
foroe he had [///. there was] and remains on the rear,amidst 
the Foreignera They take the shortest way to Limerick, 
through Moiu-na-brathar and those hosts of the Sil-Briain^ 
attack the hoet of the Foreigners and there were slain bj 
them there baron Eent and Barnwell [of] Circistown^ and 
other noble persons who are not reckoned here. And^ the 
host of the Foreigners depart in plight of defeat and the 
host of the Sil-Briain retum with exultation and with mauj 
chattels. And there was not of Foreigners or of Gaidhil of 
the two sides anj arm that was of more fame that day than 
[that of] O'DomnaiII, in bringing off the rear of the host 
of the Foreigners. — ^Mao-an-baird of Tir-GonaiII, namelj, 
Eogan the Red, died in Inis-mic-an-duirn^^ this year. — 
O'Fialain, namely, Ferghal, son of Eogan, one eminent 
in poetry and humanity, died. — Eogan, son of Brían 
O'XJiginn, preceptor of Connacht in poetry, died. — ^Ua 
Domnall, namely, Aodh, son of Aodh the Red, lord of 
Tir-ConaiII and of Lower Connacht and of Cenel-Moen 
and of Liis-Eogain and of Fir-Manach, went ín the núdst 
of his age and power, in despite of every one, on a pil- 
grímage to Rome. — O'BaghalIigh, namely, John, son of 
Cathal, díed this year. And it is by him was established 
the Minor Order of [Strícter] Observance in Cavan. 

Ealends of Jan. [on 4th fería, 29th of moon], ad. 1511. [i^ix] 
Art junior, son of Conn 0*NeiIl, who was in custody^ 
with O'DomnaiII at his departure, was let out by Maghnus, 
son of O'DomnailI, from his captivitv, without leave from 
O'DomnaiIl and his [Art's] son, namely, Niall junior, 
went in his stead in pledge f or fulfilment. — ^O'Concobuir 
Faly, namely, Cathair, son of Conn, son of the Calbach, 
the Gaidhel who was the best in ho6pitaIity and prowess, 



o£ trath ^* (▼. 1807). He wae nn- 

awaze that here thejmerelj copied 

(lootelj) from the present AnnalB. 

^* Jm§~~duim, ^Tniahmaoadnim, 



oppoeite Longhroe (ib. 1304). 

1511. 1 CW<KÍy. — See 1600, 6th 
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Cuinii, mic a[n] Calbaig, an 5<^i'5el voV pe|ifi eine£ 7 
engnuni, clú 7 oitibetii; t>o bi a n-e|\inn fie a lin, vo 
líiatxba^ T)o clainn 'Cai'os [U]i Concobaifi 7 vo clainn 
c-Sheaain ballai§ [tl]í Concobuin» laim pe ÍTlainifceti 
pheófiaif. Ocuf an tíf uile anT)fen -00 beé po cumacc 
lafila Cilli-T)apa T)'a éif fin. — Sluaile* laif Néll. 
iT)on, OCf r;, mac 0Có'5a, a 'Cífi-Conaill, T)'áf 'loifc ^lenT)- 
Pinne 7 Dif-énna 7 an Lacan. Ocuf céiT) lafum co 
hlnnfi 7 5aBaif cennef fosef é 7 impai'f vm €15 7 
befif bfiai|De [U]í T)o6afrai§ leif. — T)omnaill, iT)on, 
CCoh, vo ieív n Roim, laf fagail mofiain cunnTObefica 
afx muifi 7 afi tnfi 7 afi pagail ^áf mófi 7 togaiT) na 
n-uile pecaD o'n pápa. Ocuf puaifi a cuaifiu co 
honofiac ac t)uI 7 ac T^eacr; ac fií| 8aacan 7 puaifi nnn- 
laici mópa; óifx ní minic puaifi neS T)'áfi* pácaib éif\e 
leréT) na honofia fuaifi n f\í§. Ocuf cainic a rifi a 
B I03b CaifilmT) 7 f ó renT) o piabfiuf 7 t)o bí a paT) 'n-a | lui§i 
'fxi mi'5e 7 nc flán T)'a íi§ a cenn bliaína co leé o*n 
uaifi fá'fi'im'5i§. — Cenel-pefi(r5ai§ vo cfieafa* le 
ÍTlagnuf hUa n-T)omnaill 7 Cf\e£a mopa eile T)0 
'5enam afi r-flicc Tx)ifitiT)elbai§ cafifiaig [U]í Concobuifi 
leif beóf an blia'5ain f^. — O^ TDocaficaig T)*hec in 
blia*ain f^, iT)on, 8eaan, mac "Oomnaill, mic Concabuifi 
7 O T)o5afiT:aié vo T)enam vo Concabufi 6afifia6^ 

[l)J lCal. lan. [u.'f., L ac*], OCnno T)omini ÍTI.^ u** at'* n.' 
MialU mac Cuinn^ mic 0Có'5a buiT)e, mic bf^iaín ballaig 
[U]i Weill, Tnjefina Cfiin-Congail 7 pefi einic coitx^enn 
T)'écfib 7 T)'a6f eala'5na 7 pefi mÓT)ai|éi OfiT) 7 ecluf 7 
^afi maiéefa aficena 7 ana Oififiéifi ©penn, t)o t)uI T)'hec 

1611. w>=1607»*. 

1512. •*=16(»9". »>qa., MS. 



* M,-FeoraÍ9 — Monatienf of[Mae\ 
F. ; M onasterorifl, a par. in Cooles- 
town bar., KiDg*s oo. See TV^. 
Dle, B. V. Coétropetrt, 



* JVoM J2o«ie.*See 1 610, last item 
butone. 
«Pop#.— JaliaalL 
' Honour, — flall, in liÍB Chrwieh, 



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&me and noble deeds, that was in Ireland doring his [i5ii] 
time, was slain by the sons of Tadhg O'Concobuir and by 
the sons of John O'Concobnir the Freckled, close by 
Mainistir-Feorais*. And the whole territory then was 
under the power of the Earl of Eldare after that. — ^A 
hosting by O'Neill, namely, Art, son of Aodh, into Tir- 
Conaill, whereon he bumed the Glen of [the river] Finn 
and Tir-Enna and the Lacan. And he goes after that to 
Inis and very severe iUness seizes him and he retums' to 
hiscountry and brings the hostages of O'Dochartaigh with 
him. — O'DomnaiU, namely, Aodh, came f rom Rom^, after 
experiencing much danger on sea and on land and after 
obtaining great favours and plenary Indulgence from the 
Pope*. And he received honourable reception in going and 
in retuming and got large donatives from the Idng of the 
Saxons ; f or not often did any one that left Ireland receive 
ao equal amount of honour^ as he got from the king. And 
he came to land in Cairlinn® and he prostrate [///. violent] 
f rom f ever and he was long lying [iU] in Meath and came 
saf e to his house at the end of a year and a half f rom the 
time in which he went — Cenel-Feradhaigh^ was raided 
by Maghnus XJa DomnaiU and other great raids were 
also done by him on the descendants of Toirdelbach 
Carrach XJa Concobuir this year. — O'Dochartaigh, namely, 
John, 8on of Domnall, son of Concabur, died this year 
and Concabur Carrach was made O'Dochartaigh. 

Kalends of Jan. [on 5th feria, lOth of moon,] a.d. 1512. [1512 b.] 
Niall, son of Conn, son of Aedh the Tawny, son of Brian 
0*NeiU the Freckled, lord of Trian-Conghail and a man 
of general hospitality to sages and to folk of emdítion 
and a man that increased Orders and churches and.every 



states that, at the jouet held to 
oelebrate the birth of Prinoe Heiiry, 
«* a great man, or lord, of IrdaDd 
called O'Danneir* was knighted 
by Henry VIII., Peb. 18, 1611 



(Ellis: Original Letters, Ser. I. 
i. 186). 

• Cairlinn. — Carling[ford], 00 
Lonth. 

7 C..^.— See 1508, n. 6. 
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a Ccqfifunc-pGfigtira lap Comna 7 lafi Sooopbaio. Octif 
a aTinlaca'5 [«0] co honofiac a mainifnfi na ni-b|vá6aii 
íTlinúp. — 8luai^e* la' S^íioir, 1a|\la CiUi-THifia, iT)on, 
Siúrnr Gfxenn, afi Dpian-Consail, T^áVéa^ caiflen 
Oeóil-pef\fn 7 T^a'fi'bfiif caiflen íTlic eoin 7 T>á'fi'aifi5 
na Slinne 7 mofiánn T>o'n rífx. Ocuf ruc niac Weill, mic 
Cuinn^ 7 bfxai^De eile leif póf a n-gill fie n-a bfieí 
f>éin. — Cocca** mofi iref\ n-T)omnaill, iT>on, OCó'B 7 
íleilU iT>on, OCfii;, niac CCa5a 7 cocca^ eile fíóf irefi 
n-T)omnaill 7 íTlac Uilliam bufic, iT)on, Cmann, mac 
RicaifiT). Ocuf foftjaif Domnaill coic cer T>éc rrúag 
a n-lfirofi Connacc 7 a <Cífi-Conaill 7 a pefiaiB-ÍDanaÉ. 
5Luaif^'5 "Oomncnll T)oifxi, becán maficac 7 sabaif 
caiflen beoil-in-claifi a cocfii6 JhaLens 7 fxicbaif 
CafiT>an ann 7 ^év TOfi aif a 'Ci'fi-phíacjxac. Cfiuinnigif 
íHac UiUiam bufic 7 ^éz pa'n m-baile 7 ofi n-a cloifcin 
f^n T>'Uá T)omnailU inT>fai§if an baile afiíf 7 pácbaif 
íTlac UiUiam an baile t>ó 7 zéw vo cufx lóin 7 bafiT>a 
a caiflen ©fCfiec-aBann a TTífi-phiacfiafi. CCfi n-á 
cloifcin fin T>'Uá T)omnaiU, leanaif 'OomnaiU hé 
cafifma fthléiBe-gaiíi. CCfi n-a aifxiugu* fin t>o íTlac 
UiUiam, fácbaif a mac annixi baile 7 6afiT)a eile 7 
Bi03o ^aBaif f}ein fioime T>ocum CCifiT>-|na-fiia5 . befii'B O 
T)omnaiU fia^BafU) paifi 7 lejafi ama£ paifx 7 T^e^ifx 
iT)efi íTlac UiUiam 7 an c-óé 7 céiT) íTlac UiUiam fá 
c-f nátíi 'n-a [n-agai-b P]* af f , uai£e'5 7 lencafi an cuit) 
T>'á muinncifi rap íTluaí5 7 beficafi mofián ec 7 ót)1'5 v\h 

1612. "a (the Latin), L m., n. i. h. <i^e//Km], as in «. • spaoe íor 4 
Itrs. bl. 



Idl2. ^ Com. <md Sacr\fie$. — A 
hendiadjB i of . eommain oeu$ Boear- 
baic {Trip. P. lL)z=saetifieium (ib, 
P. I. ; Bk. Ar. 8b). 

* jtfoR.— See Tke Monattmy (Ust 
item, but 13), 1497. 

* Castle.^Oi Lame, oa An. 



« Bel-in-^ _ Mouth o/ p.e. en- 
tranoe to] the plain ; Balinclarfl^ in 
Ijeyny btf ., oo. 8L 

^ Beeire^. — Rid^e o/ the rivtr 
[Hoj]; oorrapted to Imahorone 
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goodness besíde and the omament of the East of Ireland, [1512] 
died in Oarraic-Ferghnsa after OommunioD aud Sacrifice^. 
And lie was buried honourablj in the monasterj^ of the 
Friars Minor. — ^A hosting by Gerald, Earl of Kildare> 
namely, the Justiciarj of Ireland, against Trian-Oongail, 
whereon he took the castle of Bel-Fersti and brdce 
down the castie^ of Mac Eoin and harried the Qlens and 
much of the countrj. And he took [Aedh] the son of 
Niall, son of Conn [O'Neill] and otherhostages also with 
him, in pledge [of compliance] with his own aWard. — 
Great war [arose] between O'Domnaill, namelj, Aodh and 
O'NeiU, namely, Art, son of Aodh and another war 
also between O'DomnaiU and Mao William, namely, 
Edmond, son of Ricard. And O'DomnaiU en^i^ages 1500 
axes in Lower Connacht and in Tir-ConaiU and in Fir- 
Manach. O'Domnaill prooeeds from Derry [with] a few 
horsemen and takes the castle of Bel-in-clair^ in the 
country of Galenga and leaves warders in it and goes back 
into. Tir-Fiachrach. Mac WiUiam musters and goes 
towards the town and, on that being leamed by O'Dom- 
naiU, he attacks the town again and Mao WiUiam 
abandons the town to him and goes to put provisiou and 
warders into the cabtle of Escir-abhann^ in Tir-Fiachrach. 
On that being learned by O'DomnaiU, 0*DomnaiU pur- 
sues him across SUabh-gamh^ On this being notified to 
Mao WiUiam, he leaves his son and other warders in the 
town and goes fbrward himself to Ard-na-riag^. O'Dom- 
naUl oatches sight of him and he is pursued and they come 
between Mac William and the ford. And Mao WiUiam 
by swimming escapes [despite them] from it [with] a few 
and the [escaped] part of his people is foUowed beyond 
[the river] Muaidh and many horses and much armour were 



^ S»-gam[-dam], — Ox Mountain 
(in SL co.) 
7 Jrd-na'r,— Height of tlie Ex- 



ecutions; Ardnarea, op. Ballina, on 
81. Bide. 

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CCMWCCLCC tllCCDtl. 



7 TK) im'Diserqfi péin a coífi fnoDfna. 8uiT)if O Tk)ni- 
naill pa caiflen efcfieC-aCann 7 gabaif an baile fa 
cenT) ceqfii lá 7 bf ifef é af a hcníle 7 gabaif mac ÍTlic 
Uilliam (i'Don', 11111000 7 an bafiT)a uile 7 v\c flán T)'á 
€i§. — 8luai^e* laif n-T)omnaill a 'Dji-eogain 7;o 
niai€iB iSrxxifi Connacr leif, T)á'fi1oifc th) ^ac txlo^ no 
co fiáinic T)ún-§enainT). Sí-Baigif Méill fiif lafi 
m-beé feccmain *fa rífx t>ó 7 v\c affin afx an 0|mai§. 
CumT>ai|if caiflen fxe f^i;main anT) vo bfiifeD fX)ime 
fm le hlafila Cille-T)afia 7 pácbaif bajxT)a anT). — 
8luai|e* la 5®í^'^> lafila Cille-T)afia, Siúfcif e]\enn, 
TOfx áí-luain a ConnafiroiB: Cfxefiaif 7 loifxsif Cluain- 
Conninn 7 gaBaif Rof-Comain 7 fMÍcbuf banT>a ann. 
Zéz afpn a fnui|-tuifX5 7 gabaif caiflen Oaile-na- 
huama 7 miUif mópán T>o'n áfx. 'Cic T)omnailU 
fluag mófi, T)a coif rfiefan Cofifi-fliaB t>o comfiá'B 
fiif^n lafila 7 pllif rxifiaif an oit>ci ceijna 7 xnjc ceT) 
cóf ai^ecca T)o'n tífi aif\ 7 mafibéafi Dfvons v'á muinnnf\ 
pa belai|-buiT>e, can ecz oififiT>efic. Ocuf fUi'Bif ann- 
f óin \á n-8hli5e£ 7 t>o mill T)u€a'5 c-fleacrja Ofiiain 
[Uí ConcobuifL — ínaipgfiéc, in^en Concobuifi [U]< 
bfiiain, bancigefina 1cT;ai]i ConnaÉr o c-fliab aniiaf 
afi rúf 7 ben [U]í Ruaific lafium— an en ben T>ob' pefifx 
clú 7 eine6 7 nle^Uf 7 t)0 ba faiT>bfii T)'ófi 7 T>'aif\ceT; 
7 T>o 506 uile mai€ T>'á fiaiBe a n-efiinn *n-a hatmpfi — 
T> f a^ail báif 7 a hannlaca'B a n-ecluf cfioinT) t)0 f\inne 
pen T>o na bfiaqiib íTlináfia taim fie T)f\uim-T)á-eíiafi. — 

1612. «-«10,4.^. 



^Bailt'm-h, — Cavetown^ in Etfl- 
teranow par. ([1330], n. 4). 

^ B.-huidhe,—^ 1499, n. 14. 

w ^rion— O'Conor SUgo. 

"/rom— <Í9Mw.— See 1494, n. 1. 

" First ; a/tór.— .Her firat hua- 
band was O'Gonor SL, sL 1501, 8¥p, \ 



her seoond, 0*Boiirke, ob. 1528, 

'^^Church, — After conaeorating 
whioh, Thos. Mao Bradj of Kil- 
moie,died,Mar.4,1611,F.Jir. Tbe 
mona0tery (for the site and other 
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wrested from them and they went themselves in plight of 
defeat O'Domnaill sits nnder the castle of Escir-abhann 
and take8 the place at end of foiir days and breafcs it 
down straightway and takes the son of Mac WiUiam 
(namely, lTlick) and the other warders and comes safe to 
his house. — ^A hosting by O'DomnaiU, with the nobles of 
Lower [north] Connacht with hiro, ínto Tir-Eogain, 
whereon he bumed on eyery side until he reached Dan- 
Genainn. O'Neill makes peace with him, after he was 
a week in the country and he goes from that against the 
Oghmagh. He' builds in a week there the castle that had 
been broken down before that [1509]