●12 [this is written vertically in the margin opposite this entry sw]   May 28th.  The Wind S. W. blowing very moderate and raining pretty hard about 6 in the morning, & made sever -all showers afterwards before noon, the Evening was fair & dry, yet cold, Pd Marged’chuw Morus is. 8d. for a Side of Veal. and 4d. for a calf's head.
29th.  The Wind W. and W. by S. blowing fresh & cold for the time of the year & makeing no dew in the night: all the day waS sun [sh sw]iny and dry: My people all these days were hedging & repairing of fences thrown down by the imoderaterains of last Winter: Paid Mary Wms. the Dairy Maid iL. 9s. in full of her last winter'swages.
30th.  The Wind S.S.W. blowing fresh and cold especially in the Evening, but sun shiny and dry all day; The Priest preached on Mat: Chap: 5th. verses 23 & 24th.
3ist.  The Wind S. blowing fresh, Sun shiny & dry, but not warm, and - scorching very much all day, & but little dew in the night: Paid Harry the Driver i2s. 6d. being the remainder of his last Winter's wages . Pd. likewise to Ellin Edward i7s. 6d. in full of her last winter's wages .
June ist.  The Wind S.S.W. blowing high and scorching & cold withal, grew dark and overcast in the Evening and brought down some rain about 6 which was soon over and the Sun shined again.
2d.  The Wind S. S. W. blowing high and very scorching, yet not warm, and the grass and late corn looking very poor; Paid Wm. Hughes the second plowman iL. i8s. in full of his last Winter's wages·
3d.  The Wind S. W.blowing moderate,Sun shiny in the morning and the Evening cloudy and overcast; yet made no rain:Paid Owen Thomas the Smith's bill for shoeing my own horses - being 5s. i0d.
4th.  The Wind S. W. calm and warm weather & generallyclose and cloudy and raining hard frequently in the morning – especially before day which was a great blessing conferred upon us [by sw] the good God: Paid Rhys Bentir 3s. 6d. for Butcher's meat bought of him this day & this day fortnight. 
5th.  The Wind N. calm, sun shiny and very warm, yet was cloudy about noon and thundered and threatened rain, but made none:My people were all this week employed in fencing about the corn,providing Gorse both for the house and drying of Oats·


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