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the battle reached Fingal's army. The king came on, to the relief of Oscar, and the Irish fell back

| to the army of Cathmor, who was advanced to the

banks of the river Lubar, on the heath of Moi-lend.

Fingal, after mourning over his grandson, ordered Ullin the chief of his bards, to carry his body to Morven, to be there interred. Night coming on , Althan , the son of Conachar, relates to the king the particulars of the murder of Cormac. - Fillan, the son of Fingal, is sent to . observe the motions of Cathmor by night, which concludes the aâion of the first day. The scene of this book is a plain, near the hill of Mora, which rose on the borders of the heath of Moi. lena, in Ulster,

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