May 14th.  The Wind S. W. in the Morning, settled at N.W. in the Evening; All this day moderately warm, & it made some small rain in the Morning, and a little in the Evening, but not much at either times.
15th.  The Wind N. N. W. very cold at times, especially abt. 2 in the Evening, generally cloudy & dark, but for all that no rain . my people all this week employed in makeing a stone wall betwixt Cae'r Banadl & Rhôs y Pill, & also betwixt it & the high way; but 2 of them these 3 last days are cutting Turf in Cae'r M[ynyd sw] gave 6d. to a poor man under the Surgeon's hands.
16th.  The Wind varying from N. W. to N.E. very cold & dry, but blasting & scorching for all that. It hath been now for near 3 months very sickly & mortall in all parts of the Countrey; A rageing fever takes some off– in a day or two's time, others recover after an Illness of 5 or 6 weeks & sometimes longer after 2 or 3 relapses
17th.  The Wind W. S. W. blowing fresh & raining very hard about 6 in the morning, it continued a small rain afterwards more or less till 11. fair from that time till 3 . and a fine small rain for an hour after -wards
18th.  The Wind S.W. blowing high, cloudy and dark – most part of the day , yet made little or no rain to speak of till about 7 it made a small shower.
19th.  The Wind S.W blowing fresh & raining from 6 in ye morning without intermission (& sometimes very hard ) till i in the Evening . made a smart shower about  5 .& the rest of the day Dry & Sun shiny. The Market at LLanerchmedd much the same —

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