Thanks, Dennis, and all who commented. Here's the next part ..
Rogabadsom immurgu la Guaire co tistais dia tuaslug(a)d bli(an)a lan do and 7 ni feti for
Cumaine dul fris.
Notes -- there is a horizontal line before the 's' in 'tuaslugad', but I could not make sense of
I took some time deciding whether 'ni feti' ended in 'ti' or 'tus'. I decided the former,
because it looks quite different than 'feachtus' a few lines above. Also this scribe tends to
extend the curve of the bottom part of his 't's forward and up. I think we are looking at a
't' with subscript 'i' here. Does anyone have another idea?
The word 'guaire' has an interesting 'aire' combination.
All comments welcome. Liz