Kalends of Jan. on 2nd feria, 13th of moon, A.D. 1515.
Great raids were made by O'Domnaill on the Clan of Mac Diarmata the Red on the border of Coillte-Concobuir, so that he carried off a cattle-spoil hard to count. And the leg of O'Domnaill is wounded with a spear that was in his own hand in marshalling a part of the host and they come off safe, except that.
A hosting by O'Neill (namely, Art junior) into Clann-Aedha-buidhe, in violation
p.519of his covenant as regards O'Domnaill in the peace in which were the Clann-Aedha-buidhe, and O'Domnaill was in the illness of the wound aforesaid. He burned and raided great part of the country and the son (namely, Aodh) of Niall, son of Conn, comes to meet O'Neill and accepts the stipend of O'Neill, who returns safe to his house afterwards.
Great preys were made by O'Domnaill on the descendants of Brian Mag Uidhir and they were eaten among themselves and peace was made with them after that.
The castle of Aine was taken from John, son of the Earl of Desmond, by James, son of the Earl of Desmond and he sits then under the castle of Loch-gar and it was in great straits from him, until the Sil-Briain and Sil-Cerbaill and Sil-Aodha put him from it.
Aodh, son of Niall, son of Conn, lord of Trian-Conghail, went on a march into Coill-Ulltach and preys were seized by him. Niall, son of Brian, son of Niall the Foreignone who was in contention with Aodh respecting lordship of Trian-Conghailfollows them with a pursuing party and the son of Brian is slain and the Coill is harried completely and the sway of the territory remains with the son of Niall from that out.
The bishops of Rath-both, namely, Menma Mac Carmaic, rested in Christ.
The son of O'Domnaill, namely, Domnall, son of Aodh the Red, tanist of Tir-Conaill, was slain by Aodh the Tawny, son of Aodh, son of Aodh O'Domnaill the Red, in the Tuath-bladach and was carried dangerously wounded to the house of Mac Suibne of Fanat and died there, after Unction and after penance.
James, son of Thomas the Red, son of the abbot Mag Uidhir, was slain by the Coarb Mag Uidhir in the land of Claen-inis.
Tadhg, son of Toirdelbach Mag Uidhir, died this year.
The bishop of Clochar, namely, Eogan, son of Art, son of Eogan, son of another Art Mac Cathmail, died this year.
The wife of Mac Maghnusa Mag Uidhir, namely, Joan, daughter of bishop Mag Bradhuigh, died this year.