Octr. 7th.  The Wind came in the Morning about i a clock to the S.S.W. blew a mere storm & rained prodigious hard from that time till day when the Wind settled in the West, and was fair and Dry, to day I set out for Bodorgan, set out about 10. came to Bodorgan about 3 and had 2 or 3 showers in my Way.
8th.❍ 8 [this is written in the margin immediately below '8th.' sw]   The Wind W. calm and fair all day, walked with Mr. Meyrick to a New stone wall that he hath– begun betwixt his Land and Aberfraw Comon [there is a line above the 'm' sw] - taking in all the Race, and a Vast bottom, which will contain (when finished within a Wall of 5 foot & half high) near 120 Acres.
9th.  The Wind N. W a very stormy rainy day with high Winds, which begun long before day & continued – almost all Day. Mr. Meyrick haveing formerly promised me that I should have the Purchase of Tyddyn Nicholas Watkin (part of Croes Fechan  – lands in my holding of 40s a year Rent, he haveing bought all Croes Fechan Lands in Mortgage to - Thomas Jones the Taylor of Mr. Richd Wms. Carrog who is presumed to be heir at Law, and paid of the Mortgage money to John Davies of LLangwyfan's Children, & Owen Wms. Parson of LLanrŷg who were Executors to the Sd Thomas Jones ) I now put him in mind of it, and received a very dubious answer.❚z [this is in the margin, opposite this line sw]  Set out about 4 a clock from Bodorgan, & came to Henblas before Six.
10th.  The Wind W. fair and pleasant, and continued so all day, Cousin Morgan very kind & hearty, as also his Wife & Sisters.

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