It was then that Ailill son of Dunlang gave, in guerdon for his resuscitation by Féchín, Telach Fabra (the Hill of Fore?) to Féchín, and complete freedom from his tribute to Féchín and his mill, and Féchín's tribute for ever upon Leinster from one sea to another. Féchín left leavings with the king of Naas, to wit, a dead man's hue upon him every day continually, in sign of the miracle. Then he frees the captives and goes in his chariot to Fore, and permitted the water-horse to enter the same river-pool, and said: Do thou meet no one, and let no one meet thee hence for ever. And God's name and Féchín's were magnified thereby.