A.D. 1138. Cormac son of Muireadhach Mac Carthaigh, king of the two provinces of Munster, and defender of all Leath Mogha, the most pious and valorous of men, the best for [bestowing] food and clothes, was, after building the church of Cormac at Cashel and twelve churches at Lismore, treacherously killed by Diarmaid Súgach Son of Mathghamhain Ó Conchobhair Ciarraighe and Ó Tailcín, at the instigation of Toirdhealbhach son of Diarmaid Ó Briain, in his own house at Magh Tamhnach.
A.D. 1139. Conchobhar son of Ardghar Mac Lochlainn, king of Oileach, was killed by Ó Gairmleadhaigh.
Cluain Ioraird was plundered by the men of Fearnmhagh and the Uí Bhriúin.
A hosting by Diarmaid Mac Murchadha and the Leinstermen and the Galls of Dublin to Inis Mochta, and slaughter was inflicted on them on the lake, after they had plundered the island.
A.D. 1140. A hosting by Conchobhar son of Diarmaid son of Toirdhealbhach Ó Briain with the men of Munster and Midhe, and Bréifne to Ardee, and two hostages, were given to him by Donnchadh son of Cú Chaisil Ó Cearbhaill.
A predatory hosting by Donnchadh son of Cú Chaisil Ó Cearbhaill, king of Oirghialla, and he made a circuit of all Conmhaicne and took a heavy cattle-spoil from there.
A.D. 1141. The nobles of Leinster were killed by Diarmaid
p.29Mac Murchadha, king of Leinster, and Domhnall Mac Faoláin, and Mac Giolla Cholmóg were blinded by him.
A.D. 1142. Conchobhar son of Diarmaid son of Toirdhealbhach son of Tadhg son of Brian Bóramha, king of Munster, died at Killaloe, and Toirdhealbhach, his kinsman, took the kingship after him.
Donnchadh son of Muireadhach Mac Carthaigh came to Droichead [Uí Bhriain] to defend the kingship, and Donnchadh son of Cinnéidigh [Ó Briain] was killed by him there. He went from thence westward across Luachair, and they [his followers] were turned again into Déise. He contracted an illness there, and the Uí Fhlannagáin betrayed him and handed him over to Toirdhealbhach son of Diarmaid Ó Briain.
A.D. 1143. Donnchadh son of Tadhg son of Muireadhach Mac Carthaigh died on Loch Goir, when he was a hostage with Toirdhealbhach son of Diarmaid Ó Briain.
Conchobhar son of Toirdhealbhach son of Ruaidhrí Ó Conchobhair was killed in treachery by the men of Midhe, the Fir Thulach, and in particular by Ó Loith, king of Fir Thulach, after he had taken the full kingship of Midhe and Dublin.
A.D. 1144. Flannagan of Inis Faithlinn died after completing his ninety-eighth year.
A.D. 1145. Raghnall son of Thorkill, king of Dublin, was killed by the men of Midhe, with slaughter of the Galls around him.
Ceallach Ó Ceallaigh, king of Fir Bhreagh, was killed, with slaughter of the Fir Bhreagh around him, by Flaithbheartach Ó Cathasaigh and the Galls of Dublin.
The Easter house of Eas Duibhe was erected by Diarmaid Súgach son of Mathghamhain Ó Conchobhair Ciarraighe.
Tadhg son of Diarmaid Ó Briain was released by Toirdhealbhach son of Diarmaid Ó Briain, his kinsman, in deference to the Bachall Íosa, Patrick's coarb and the principal clerics of Ireland, after he had been taken prisoner in violation of the protection of all these.
A hosting by Muircheartach son of Niall Ó Lochlainn and Donnchadh Ó Cearbhaill into Ulaidh, and they reached Tráigh Dúin Droma after a defeat of the Ulaidh. They plundered and burned Leath Cathail, and carried off four hostages from the Ulaidh, after leaving four kings over them.
A.D. 1148. Maol Maodhóg Ó Morgair, archbishop of all Ireland, died at Clairveaux.
AD. 1149. Diarmaid son of Maghnus son of Ardghar Mac Lochlainn was killed by the Leinstermen and the Galls of Dublin.