This is a long sentence, but looks interesting. Feel free to comment on any part of it.
Asbert fria robad torrach úad, 7 ba he noda bert a dochum don Bruig, ba leis fetir, ba aí in mac altae, 7 ba hé totharlae inna broind, 7 bid Sétantae a ainm, 7 ba hésse Lug mac Ethnenn, 7 co n-alta ind luirchuiri don mac.
Van Hamel's notes --
"The possessive 'aí' was not inderstood by the scribes. For ' ba aí' they have 'baí' LU, [other MSS have] baei, boi, baoi."
LU has 'tatharla'.
"The concluding words '7 co n-alta etc' are only found in LU [which has] ' din for 'don'".
My notes --
In LU, I see
Lug Lug mac Ethnend ( Lug written both at the end of one line and at the beginning of the next one, probably an error).