1375 First of January on Monday and the twentieth day of the moon, MCCCLXXV. Eighth year of the Lunar Cycle; thirteenth year of the Indiction; twenty-third year of the Solar Cycle. Embolismal year. G. Last year of the Ogdoad.
Mathgamain son of Magnus O Conchobair rested.
Toirrdelbach Ruad O Conchobair gave Roscommon Castle to Ruaidri O Conchobair in exchange for Ballintober, with many concessions not mentioned here.
Mac Airtein, lord of Kinelarty, was treacherously killed by Mac Gilla Ternaind.
A great defeat was inflicted on the Galls of Downpatrick, in which fell Sir James of Malahide, the King of England's Lieutenant, Burke of Camlin and many others.
Cu Ulad Mag Mathgamna died of blood-letting.
Art Mag Uidir rested.
Donnchad Caemanach Mac Murchada, king of Leinster, was treacherously killed by Galls.
Diarmait Mag Raignaill made an attack on Cormac O Birn. Donnchad son of Conchobar of the Cup was killed, with many others, and they carried off much booty.
Cairbre and Eogan, sons of Mag Tigernain, made an expedition against the Galls and one of their own men turned traitor and sold them to the Galls for pelf. The Galls gathered round them, killed twenty-five of them, including the two sons of Mag Tigernain, and cut off their heads.
Sir Edmund Alpanach, that is Macwilliam Burke, died after a victory of repentance and Unction, and his son Thomas succeeded him.
Maelsechlainn O Domnallain, a good poet, died of a scrofulous ulcer.
Cathal son of Cathal Oc of Clanrickard died.
Mac Feorais of Athenry died.
Oscur son of Art Mag Uidir was killed by the sons of Donnchad Mag Uidir.
Sefraid son of Gilla na Naem O Fergail, a thoroughly good man for the chieftainship of Annaly, rested in Christ.