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This was not the end of the matter, however. Fearing the encroachment of the English, moving in closer and closer to his own territories, Hugh O'Neill turned to [[Brian Mac Hugh Og MacMahon]] of [[Dartree]] and married off another daughter to him. Brian Mac Hugh Og was then the ''[[tanist]]'' to the chieftainship of his people according to the native [[Brehon laws]] and O'Neill was hoping to bring the "phantom" Airgíalla realm back into his camp on the death of Rossa Buidhe through this pact. For his part, Ross Buidhe was trying to engineer a pro-English succession through his brother [[Hugh Roe MacMahon]]. When the new Lord Deputy, [[William FitzWilliam (Lord Deputy)|William FitzWilliam]] began to pressure the acceptance of an English [[High Sheriff of Monaghan]], O'Neill used his influence to exact opposition to it from clansmen in Monaghan (the same policy was promoted in Leitrim, Fermanagh and Donegal to encircle Tyrone). As a consequence, a military force led by [[Henry Bagenal]] was sent into the county in early 1589 to impose the sheriff and by the summer of that year, Rossa Boy was dead.
 
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[[File:Ireland early peoples and politics.gif|thumb|Early peoples in Ireland and the seven provinces as defined in the 11th-century [[Lebor na Cert]] (Book of Rights)]]
Airgíalla was composed of nine minor-kingdoms, each named after their ruling dynasty. These were:<ref name="DuffyEncyclopediaPg14"/>
 
*# Uí Tuirtri, also spelt as Uí Tuirtre, meaning "descendants of Tort". They were based east of the [[Sperrin Mountains]] in eastern [[County Londonderry]] and [[County Tyrone|Tyrone]]. From 776, the Uí Thuirtri had moved east of the [[River Bann]] and into the over-kingdom of Ulaid, and by 919 they had lost all links to the Airgíalla.<ref name="DuffyEncyclopediaPg14"/>
*# Uí Maic Cairthinn, meaning "descendants of Cairthend". Based south of [[Lough Foyle]] in north-western County Londonderry.
*# Uí Fiachrach Arda Sratha, meaning "descendants of Fiachrach of Ard Straw". Based at [[Ardstraw]] in modern-day County Tyrone. They became subject to the Cenél nEógain by the 12th-century, and expanded southwards into [[Lurg|Fir Luírg]], in County Fermanagh.<ref name="Cosgrove"/>
*Uí Cremthainn, based in what is now parts of modern-day County Fermanagh, [[County Monaghan|Monaghan]], and Tyrone.
*# MéithCremthainn, based in what is now parts of modern-day County Fermanagh, [[County Monaghan|Monaghan]], and Tyrone.
# Uí Méith, based in modern-day County Monaghan.
*# Airthir, meaning "Easterners".<ref name="DuffyEncyclopediaPg14"/> They were based around the city of [[Armagh]], and held control of the offices of the church in Armagh, which had preeminence in Ireland.<ref name="DuffyEncyclopediaPg14"/>
*# [[Mourne (barony)|Mugdorna]], based in County Monaghan, however by the 12th-century had settled the territory of Bairrche, located in southern [[County Down]], and named it after themselves.<ref name="Magoo">[http://www.magoo.com/hugh/mughdhorna.html Magoo] - The Mughdorna</ref> Their name lives on as "Mourne", the present-day name for the area and the [[Mourne Mountains]].<ref name="Magoo"/>
*Fir Chraíbe, also known as the Fir na Chraíbe,<ref name="Warner60"/> meaning "men of the branch". They were located west of the River Bann in north-eastern County Londonderry. By the 9th-century they were a subject-people of the Cenél nEógain.<ref name="Warner60"/>
*# Fir Chraíbe, also known as the Fir Leena Chraíbe,<ref name="Warner60"/> meaning "peoplemen of the branch". They were located west of the River Bann in midnorth-eastern County Londonderry. By the 9th-century they were a subject-people of the Cenél nEógain.<ref name="Warner60"/>
*# Fir Chraíbe, also known as the Fir na ChraíbeLee,<ref name="Warner60"/> meaning "menpeople of the branch". They were located west of the River Bann in northmid-eastern County Londonderry. By the 9th-century they were a subject-people of the Cenél nEógain.<ref name="Warner60"/>
 
[[File:Ireland early peoples and politics.gif|thumb|Early peoples in Ireland and the seven provinces as defined in the 11th-century [[Lebor na Cert]] (Book of Rights)]]
 
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