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870Ivar, styled king of the Normans of all Ireland, defeats and kills Aidell, King of Leinster. 
872Ostin McAulaffe succeeds his brother Ivar, and makes a successful expedition into North Britain against the Picts, but is killed by his own subjects on his return. 
879Aulaffe and his son Ivar sail to England with 200 , to aid their countrymen, Hinguar and Hubba, and return to Dublin next year laden with booty. Aulaffe soon after died. 
883The Danes of Dublin plunder the churches of Kildare and Naas. 
883Flan McMelaghlin, king of Ireland, defeated by the Danes of Dublin. 
890Armagh again plundered and burnt by the Danes of Dublin. Dublin city taken by Gregory, king of Scotland. 
897Ireland visited with a plague of strange worms, having two teeth, which devoured every thing green in the land; supposed to have been locusts. 
902A new fleet of Danes, which arrived on the coast of Leinster, to aid their countrymen of Dublin, were routed with great slaughter, near that city, by the Irish. 
911The Danes of Dublin invade South Wales, but are repulsed with loss. 
915St. Mary's Abbey, near Ostmantown, founded by the Danes 

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