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Calapan serves as the region's administrative center.
It is also the center of commerce, industry, transport, communication, religious activities and education in the entire province of Oriental Mindoro.
O'Conor), I beg that those interested in the question will observe how considerably it differs in its wording from that prefixed to the Stowe Manu- script, and how far more copious it is in its information relative to the sources from which the work was compiled. I have cal- culated on your honour that it seemed to you a cause of pity and regret, grief and sorrow (for the glory of God and the honour of Ireland), how much the race of Gaedhal the son of Niul have gone under a cloud and darkness with- out a knowledge of the death or obit of saint or virgin, archbishop, bishop, abbot, or other noble dignitary of the Church, of king or prince, lord or chieftain [and] of the synchronism or connexion of the one with the other. Rudhruidhe, son of Parthalon, wasdrowned in Loch Rudhruidhe", the lake having flowed over him; and from him the lake is called. An inundation of the sea over the land at Brena" in this year, which was the seventh lake-eruption that occurred in the time of Parthalon; and this is named Loch Cuan. Parthalon died on Sean Magh-Ealta-Eadair 1 in this year. Ganno e Comitibus mille, nee non Australis Momonia, quidquid nimirum agrorum inter Trium Aqua- rum Confluvia et Belaghconglas Limbricum pa- tet, cesserant. Q bpoipcfnn an cfcpamab bliabam Do pije poibbjen Do pochaip la h Gocaib mac Gpc. But, though possessed of such powers of self-defence, it appears that it had been revealed to a Druid that Balor should be killed by his own O, or grandson I At this time Balor had but an only child, a daughter, Ethnea by name, and seeing that she was the only medium through which his destruction could be wrought, he shut her up in an im- pregnable tower, which he himself, or some of his ancestors, had built some time before on the summit of Tor-more (a lofty and almost in- accessible rock, which, shooting into the blue sky, breaks the roaring waves and confronts the storms at the eastern extremity of Tory Is- land) ; and here he also placed a company of twelve matrons, to whom he gave the strictest charge not to allow any man near her, or give her an idea of the existence or nature of that sex. Conmaol rpa ap laip Do cuipfb na cara po, cac 5 el P^ e ' ] ccopcaip palap mac Gpeamom, cac beppe, car Slebe bfca la h Uib Cjiemcainn, cac Ucha, cac Cnucha, cac Slebe TTlo&aipn i ccopcaip Sempoch mac Inboich, each Clepe, cac Capn moip i ccopcaip OUac, cac Locha Lfm pop Gapna, TTlaipcine,"] pop TTlob T?
In proof of your noble extraction, here follows your genealogy. This, too, is written on parchment, and has also affixed to it the signature of O'Donell, Prince of Tirconnell" 5 [recti, Brother Bonaventure O'Donnell Jubilate Reader] ; " and while I feel it necessary to my purpose to transcribe this testimonium (which I also give in the translation of Mr. Francis (after having been for ten years transcribing every old material which I found concerning the saints of Ireland, observing obedience to each provincial that was in Ireland successively), have come before you, noble Farrell O'Gara. adfluenti nomen fecit, sibi Lageniam ab Inbhercolpa Droghedach alias Va- dipontem ad Trium Aquarum Confluvia excur- rentem, et comitum mille viros adscivit. with looks; and hence the Irish, to this day, call an evil or overlooking eye by the name of Suit Bhaloir. lap mbeic Dech mblia Ona picfc Do Conmaol, mac Gmip, i pije n Gpeann copcaip i ccac Qonaij TTlacha la Uijfnnmup mac pollaijh. Qn ce D b'lia Dain DO pije dgfpnmaip mic pollaij op Gpinn. Cln Dapa bliabam Do pije Cijfpnmaip, comaibm na naoi loch po.