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Annala Uladh: Annals of Ulster otherwise Annala Senait, Annals of Senat (Author: [unknown])

Year U1355


Kalends of Jan. on 2nd feria, 18th of the moon, A.D. 1355-8.


Domnall Ua hEghra, king of Luighni, died about Easter.


Maghnus Mag Uidhir (namely, son of Aedh the Red) was killed (on the 12th of the Kalends of May April 20) by the Clann-Cathmhail.


Concobur Ua hAinlidhe, chief of Cenel-Dobtha died.


Great defeat was inflicted by Aedh Ua Neill on the Oirgialla and on the Fir-Manach. Aedh Mac Caba was killed therein, and the son of the bishop Ua Dubda and many other persons were slain therein.


Great defeat was inflicted by Ua Mordha on the Foreigners of Ath-cliath, and twelve score were slain of them.


A great shower came in that Summer in Cairbre and not less than a very ripe full-grown apple was every stone of them.


Brian Mac Cathmail, bishop of Oirgialla, rested in Christ.


Jenkin Mac Uidhilin, one fit to be Constable of the Fifth of Ulster, died.


The son of Andrew Mac Feorais Birmingham died.


Toirdelbach, son of Aedh Ua Neill of the Wood, was slain on the 5th of the Kalends of June May 28.


(A great foray-hosting was made by Ua Neill (namely, by Aodh Mor, son of Toirdelbach) into Tir-Conaill, whereby were reckoned to be driven off seventeen herds of cattle chattel, besides sheep and goats and swine and three score choice steeds of their steeds. And their hostages came in the rear of the preys, A.D. 1355).