The specific text to which O'Connor refers is found in RIA MS D i 3,
fol. 2 r, beginning with a large initial E toward the bottom of the
right-hand column. You might want to compare this, which is on line
at ISOS, with the text published by Macalister.
> The Reverend Charles O'Connor published the above catalogue of the
> manuscripts in the Stowe Library in 1818. It can be found online at http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=J2A7AAAAMAAJ&pg=PA54&dq=%22eitsid+in%22#v
> On page 54 it states- "Fol. 2.-The same subject is continued in
> another Poem of 100 verses, beginning "Eitsid in Senchus Sluaghan"
> Hear the history of armies. In this latter Poem is mentioned the
> chief Divinity or Idol of Ireland, called Crom Cruach."
> The text of "Ētsid in senchas sluagach" is online at- http://home.ix.netcom.com/~kiyoweap/myth/arms-weap/areadbhar.ht
> m, but it contains no mention of Crom Cruach. Did O'Connor make a
> mistake or is there a different version which mentions Crom?
> Tom Smith