May 10th.  The Wind E.N.E. very calm, sun shiny and very hot all day , but a fine refreshing dew every Morn.
11th.  The Wind E. blowing fresh & scorching, but sun shiny all day, The Market at LLanerchmedd much the same as last week.


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The Wind E. & by N. not hîgh, yet very dry & scorching all day, & great want of rain , yet blessed be God it makes a fine dew every night. Pd. Joseph ap Probert Lewis 2d for mending my cloaths .

13th.  The Wind E. blowing fresh sunshiny dry & scorching all day: a pretty full Market to day at LLanfechell; delivered into the hands of Jane Jones Owen Bedlar's Wife 18s. to be paid Mr. Wm. Morris of Holy-head to pay for Books he was to buy for me in Dublin: Viz Clark's Paraphrase on the 4 Gospels, 2 Vol. 8vo. [this is an abbreviation for 'octavo' sw] Lock's Paraphrase & Notes on St. Paul's Epistles. & Syrena. or feigned Innocence detected.
14th.  The Wind N. W. blowing fresh & very cold, but– not scorching so much as yesterday. My people all this week employed in fenceing about ye Corn [­– sw]
15th.  The Wind N. blowing fresh & very cold but sun– shiny: The Wind came to the W. in the Evening; grew very cloudy & overcast .
16th.  The Wind N. blowing fresh & cold, cloudy & dark all the morning, the Evening calm & warm till night when it grew very cold again.
17th.  The Wind W. S.W. blowing fresh & very cold, it freezed last night & a prodigious hoar frost this morning which blasted & withered all my Kidney Beans, & singed the ash trees as black as a coal as likewise the Wallnuts.

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