May 25th.  The Wind S. Sun shiny, fair & very warm; grew cloudy and overcast in the Evening , and about 4 the Wind returned back again to N. without makeing any rain: Pd. John Ifan is. 4d. that he had expended at Beaumares infetching home Nancy Wright and her Sister Grace.
26th.  The Wind E. blowing fresh, Sun shiny hot & very scorching all day: Sold five yearling heifers to Wm. Lewis of Bodwrda for 30 shillings a piece , to be kept for him till August, he bearing the loss in case any Accident should happen to them.
27th.  The Wind E. blowing very fresh, sun shiny hot and very scorching all day: The Priest preached on Mat: Chap: 5th. 23. & 24th. verses.
28th.  The Wind E. blowing fresh, Sun shiny and very scorching, & but little dew in the night, & that often hoar & turned into frost by the morning:  the late sown Corn & grass look very frightfull, & if rain doth not come soon, without God's extraordinary Provid- –ence, there must needs be a scarcity.
29th.  The Wind variable, changeing & chopping about all day, from E · in the morning till it settled in the Evening at W. & by S. all ye Day was hot, but the heat was natural & not scorching as before: grew cloudy,dark & overcast before night; To Day & Yesterday we planted Broccoli, English Cabbage & Savoy Plants.
30th.  The Wind S. W. blowing very moderate and warm, but not scorching; made fine rain some time before day, & some small rain afterwards about 8: Sowed some Carrot & Radish Seed & planted some Cauly flower plants: pd. 2s. for a Side of Veal.
3ist.  The Wind S. S. W. blowing very moderate and warm, it was generally cloudy & overcast all day, yet made no rain & very little dew: Pd. i5d. for 3 pound weight of Irish Soap, which other years was sold for 9d. this being occasioned by a strict prohibition from bringing any of it over under severe penalties .
June ist.  The Wind W. & by N. very calm, hot & dry all day; the morning was cloudy till 10, the rest of the day was sun shiny: Pd. for Butcher's meat at LLanfechell Market 5s. 4d. (Viz ) for a Side of Lamb i8d. for a lamb's head & a Side of Veal is. 10d. & 2s. for Meat I had bought before

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