May 8th.  The Wind W. in the morning, blowing something fresh, yet not cold, came to S. before noon & Settled at S W. it was generally Sun Shiny, and dry all this day.
9th.  The Wind S. blowing fresh and something cold and raw most part of the day and generally dark and cloudy, the Wind in the Evening very high, and some rain about 6: Mr. Lewis and I held the adjournment of the Quarter, & Mr. Robert Lewis qualified himself for being Parson of Trefdraeth.
10th.  The Wind S. blowing fresh in the morning with some sharp showers; the Evening calmer, dry and warmer with some sun–shine: The ground is very wet and no plowing of it.
iith.  The Wind S. blowing fresh and raining all the morning till near ii . the rest of the day was generally Sun shiny, dry and warm. I should have noted in my remark upon the 8th. Instant that the Parson preached on James chap 5th. vers. 12th. And that Hugh ab Sion Thomas Nicolas now liveing at Tyddyn y Weyn was marryed this day to Sion drŵyn hîr's daughter– and that his Daughter by his first wife was churched this day also, both Marriage and Churching being perform'd in LLanfechell Church.
12th.  The Wind N.W. and moderate in the morning, but cloudy and dark settled at N. in the Evening & blew fresh and very cold especially towards night, it dryed well all this day.
13th.  The Wind N. blowing very moderate, yet very cold in the Shade, was Sun Shiny and dry all this day; My people began to plow to day after they had left off that the last day of April by reason of the wett. Took away the house over the Orange Tree in the wall garden.
14th.  The Wind N. blowing very moderate, but cold in the morning till noon, hard frost this morning on the water & a very great hoar frost; The Evening very calm & extraordinary warm·
15th.  The Wind S. blowing fresh and cold for the time of year, yet Sun Shiny & drying well all day; the Evening was very cold, especially towards the fall of night.
16th.   5● [this is written vertically immediately below '16th.' sw] The Wind S. S. W. and moderate, cold in the morning, Sunshiny & fair all day [there could be a comma here, or it could just be a smudge of ink sw] and the Evening hot and Sultry tho it blew some thing fresh; To Day I finished sowing Barley: Pd. Owen Thomas the Smith of Peirio  2s. 8d. for 8 shooes & ye Setting of them, & lent my Mother 40 shillings.
17th.  The Wind W. calm, sunshiny fair and warm all day, pd. Abraham Jones 8s. 2d. for Iron I had of him . Sowed Cucumbers in ye Naturall ground.

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