AFTER the deceasse of Achaius, Cenuall that was his vncles sonne Dongall, the brother of
Conuall succéedeth Achaius.
Loue and amitie.
king Ethfine, succéeded in gouernement of the Scotish kingdome. Betwixt this Conuall and
Hungus the Pictish king, there was woonderfull loue and amitie shewed, both of them studieng by all means how to mainteine the ancient league and aliance betwixt their people, wherevpon insued great wealth and quietnesse vnto both their kingdoms. Finallie Hungus wasted
Hungus falleth in a consumption.
Conuall deceasseth also.
802. lo. Ma.
with a continuall consumption deceassed, deliuering vp his kingdome into the hands of his
sonne Dorstolorgus, and that in the presence of king Conuall, who likewise liued not long
after him, for in the fift yeare of his reigne he likewise departed out of this world, by force of