besides near a Hundred Pound left her by her Grandfather Griffith Sion of Bodegri upon Condition she would marry with my Consent & approbation, and accordingly I gave my consent in Writeing after I had been sufficiently satisfied of the Fortune & Circumstances of Mr. William Bulkeley which appeared to me to be 300L. & upwards, being Match good enough for her both as to his quality & fortune, she being heiress of no more than 16L a ∎∎ year besides what her Grandfather had left her in money.
|20th. The Wind SW. a fair sun shiny Day & blowing pretty high, to Day Anne Warmingham was marryed at Pentraeth being in Service with Mr. Jones of Plâs Gwyn. I had very few reapers to day, by reason of Sicknesses, 2 of my Labourers being sick.|
|21st. The Wind SE. Very fair & dry, to day I finished binding all the barley at Coydan, & reaping the Oats, Went to day to LLwydiarth with my Daughter to swear our answers to Lewis Trysclwyn's bill in Chancery, gave Mr. Da. Lloyd as Councell 1l. 1s. 0d. he Just goeing to the Circuit which begins ye 23d. at Bala. gave his clark 10s. to be delivered to James Wood the Clark in Chancery if there should be occasion for money before they come to Anglesey. gave David Wms. the Attorney in the Cause 1l. 7s. 0d. to be account-ed for as he lays them out.|
|22nd The Wind . E. dry, but cloudy, this Day I begun to carry in the first Corn this year to the barn at Coydan, ye Wind [tur sw]ned to S. about noon, yet it continued dry all day. ∎∎ [? sw] carryed all the Barley of Coydan into the Barn which was 382 Shocks|
|23d. The WindS. dark & cloudy in the Morning, blew very hard from 10 in the Morning all the Day & next night, carryed in my [? sw] to Coydan Barn __|