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

Year U1369


Kalends of Jan. on lst feria, 15th of the moon, A.D. 1369-74.


Jenkin Savage was killed by Mag Aengusa this year and orphaned is learning after him.


Cormac, grandson of Tomaltach Ua Ferghail, was killed.


Domnall Ua Dochartaigh junior, the son of a chief that was almost the best in Ireland; general patron, that bestowed most of horses and chattel to the learned folk of Ireland and the greatest loss which the erudite received at the end of the world, died, after gaining victory from world and from demon.


Toirdelbach, son of Brian Mag Tigernain, died.


Cu-coicrichi Mag Eochagain junior, chief of Cenel-Fiachaigh, was killed in treachery, after going with the bishop of Meath to Ath-luain. And it was a person of the people of William Dalton that killed him with one thrust of a spear. And nothing was done there but that.


Theobald de Burgh, heir of Mac William, was killed by the Ui-Maine: one that was most excellent and most beautiful and a general depredator on the Connachtmen likewise was he.


Tigernan, son of Brian Mag Tigernain, a spirited, powerful son of a chief, died this year.


Defeat was inflicted by Niall Ua Neill, namely, by the king of the Fifth of Ulster, on the Foreigners, wherein fell the Knight and Bogsa of the Rock and the Sandal and the de Burgh and William of Baile-dalat, head of splendid hospitality of Ireland.


Mael-Shechlainn, son of Diarmait Ua Ferghail, went on a war from


out his own country into Muinter-Mailmordha. And an attack was delivered by the Foreigners upon them and Mail-Shechlinn was slain therein.


Tadhg Mag Raghnaill junior was killed by one shot of an arrow. And it was not known with certainty who discharged it, but the Muinter-Birn were a-putting it on the Clann-Muircertaigh and the Clann-Muircertaigh a-putting it on these. War arose through that between the Muinter-Eoluis and Muinter-Birn.


Tadhg, son of Ruaidhri Ua Concobuir, the one son of a king that was best of hospitality and prowess in his own time, died in Connacht on the feast day of Stephen Dec. 26, after gaining victory from world and from demon.