Kalends of Jan. on 4th feria, 5th of the moon, A.D. 1175.
Mael-Isu (namely, son of the Stooped Cleric), bishop of Ulidia [Down], master of wisdom and piety, rested full of days in Christ.
Flaithbertach Ua Brolcha[i]n, successor of Colum-cille, tower of wisdom and hospitality, a man to whom the clergy of Ireland gave the chair of a bishop for wisdom and for his excellence and to whom was offered the succession of Ia, died piously, after choice tribulation, in the Penitentiary of Colum-cille. Gilla Mac Liac Ua Brana[i]n was instituted in his stead in the succession of Colum-cille.
The son of the successor of [St.] Finnian (namely, Amlaimh) [deposed] abbot of Saball, died in the episcopacy of Ulidia.
Mac Cormaic, bishop of Ulidia, died.
Conchobur, son of Mac Conchaille (the wild deer hunter), abbot of the Regular abbey of [SS.] Paul and Peter and successor of Patrick afterwards, died in Rome, after arriving to confer with the successor of Peter.
Defeat [was inflicted] on the Cenel-Enna by Echmarcach Ua Catha[i]n and by Niall Ua Gailmredhaigh and great slaughter was put upon them.
(Gilla-Coluim Ua Maelmhuaidh, king of Fir-cell, was slain.
Maghnus Ua Mael-Seachnaill was hanged by the Foreigners.
Meath was wasted from Ath-luain to Drochait-atha.
Domnall Caemanach, [illegitimate] son of Diarmaid Mac Murchadha, king of Leinster [was slain].
A hosting by the Foreigners to Limerick, so that they overcame it.)