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Annála Connacht (Author: [unknown])

Annal 1292


1292 First of January on Tuesday and the fifth day of the moon, A.D. MCCXCII. Twenty-fourth year of the Solar Cycle; fifth year of the Indiction; first year of the Lunar Cycle. Common year. FE.


The Earl made a hosting against Magnus O Conchobair and came as far as Roscommon, but he returned without having


exacted pledge or hostage. Magnus, in spite of the opposition of Connacht, followed him to Meelick and made submission, when all his petitions were granted by the Earl.


The same Earl made another hosting and plundered most of Leyney, but nevertheless Domnall O hEgra neither submitted nor gave pledge or hostage to him at this time.


Niall Gelbuide O Conchobair, son of Muiredach Dechti(?) son of Aed Dall son of Toirrdelbach Mor, King of Ireland, was killed by Tadc son of Andrias O Conchobair and Tuathal son of Muirchertach [...]. . .


Mac Cochlain, king of Delvin, was killed by Sefin Mac Feorais, at the command of the Earl, this year.


Donnchad son of Eogan O Conchobair died this year.


Somairle O Gairmlegaig was killed by O Neill.


Andiles O Dochurtaig, chieftain of Ardmire, rested.