April 20th. and there proposed to all the Company to choose one by Ballotting which all agreeing to, the Choice fell upon me, so we came accordingly to Court, & were sworn, from whence we went to Griffith Pritchard's House & appointed Mr. Thomas Evans of Tre'r Go Treasurer. to whom every one of the Esquires pd. half a guinea, and all the rest of the Gentlemen Seaven Shillings and Six pence. dropped likewise 6d in ye Glove – all the Grand Jury dined this day with the Sherrif—
21st.  The Wind W. & cold. this Morning my Son came to my Lodging (whom I had not seen 3 years before ) and tho I had sent for him to London to come down to ye Sessions to Joyn with me in a recovery to enable me to gett money to pay Row. Wms. &c. yet I did not know him at first, being Surprized that he came so soon, haveing come from London to Denbigh in 3 days, his friend Mr. John Mostyn of Segrŵyd by – Denbigh ∎[c sw]ame along with him to Beaumares, and both of them ( upon an Invitation) dined with the Grand Jury- pd 1s. for Gloves to day
22d.  The Wind W.S.W. moderate weather, with fine Showers dined to day with the Sheriff. gave Maurice Lewis a Guinea for my Mother,'s orders to transact [A sw]n Affair for her in London .The Grand Jury discharged, not one bill haveing come before them. 

23d.  The Wind S.W. fair and fine spring weather, Paid  – Rowland Owen, Dolben's Clark 14 pound compos- -ition money for my Estate that I suffered a recovery upon, Eleven Shillings for the Writt, & 5s to Row Owen

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