May 25th.  The Wind W. a dark cloudy day & very cold for the Season made some Showers in the Evening, & a little warmer. paid Owen John Rowland one of the Church Wardens 7s. 10d Church Mize. pd. 6d for ale at Cemaes.
26th.  The Wind N.E. blowing high & very cold & scorching, nothing else remarkable, save that the Market at LLanerchymedd was very low, and very poor meat of all Sorts, as it was indeed all this Season be reason of the cold weather. begun to cut Turf to day
27th.  The Wind W.S.W, calm weather & moderately warm, about 12 it rained very heavyly for an hour, the Evening fair & warm
28th.  The Wind E.N.E. pretty high & cold in the morning, the Evening calmer & fairer, very poor meat to day at Llanfechell
29th  ∣8● [this is written vertically immediately below '29th' sw] The Wind E.S.E. cold and cloudy in the morning, warm & calm from Noon out, and raining a still warm rain from 2 in the Evening till the next morning, sowed some Cucumbers seeds in the Ridges of the Onion beds, and planted a great Quantity of Cauly-flower plants. went with Cousin Harry. Hughes (who came here to day) the Parson, & my Son to Carrog, where betwixt ye rain & his unreasonable importunity we were detained till the next morning.
30th.  The Wind N.E. in the morning, N.N.W. in the Evening, a — calm, fine warm day, with a Mist ariseing out of the meadows at Night. took a Walk after Supper to Pen Gorsedd Rŷs, where Thomas Jones the Shoomaker, a poor man had gott a little Ale to be sold, where most of the Neighbours– were met, we called for a Mug, dra<n>k some of it for which I pd. him 6d.

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