They met him near the place where the games were played.
"Good my soul, Tibraide'!" cried the King of Leinster, and he
gave Mongan a kiss. Mongan kissed him back again.
"Amen, amen," said mac an Da'v.
"What for?" said the King of Leinster.
And then mac an Da'v began to sneeze, for he didn't know what
"It is a long time since I saw you, Tibraide'," said the king,
"but at this minute I am in great haste and hurry. Go you on before
me to the fortress, and you can talk to the queen that you'll find
there, she that used to be the King of Ulster's wife. Kevin
Cochlach, my charioteer, will go with you, and I will follow you
myself in a while."
The King of Leinster went off then, and Mongan and his servant
went with the charioteer and the people.
Mongan read away ou