April 5th.  The Wind S. & by W. very high and boisterous all day, was out with the Parson, Cousin Harry Hughes & Mr. Wright my Son in Law a coursing towards Cemaes, had pretty good sport, but took nothing pd. 6d. for Ale, & 2d I lent my Daughter.
6th.  The Wind S.W. something high still, we were out this day also a coursing & had good sport. gave Mr. Bryan's Man that brought here a present of Wine 1s.
7th.  The Wind S.W. still blowing high, dark & cloudy had very good sport <to> day at Coursing –

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8th.  The Wind S.W. dark cloudy weather, accompanyed with severall showers of cold rain, the Evening fair & mild, my people all this week a sowing Barley at Cae'r LLoriau

9th.  The Wind W.S.W. cold & windy with some showers in the Evening, I had a great company here to day that came to visit my Daughter & Son in Law amongst the rest were the two Miss LLoyds of LLoyd-=iart . and they all staid till almost night.
10th.  The Wind S.S.W. dark cloudy weather & something cold; & Some showers in the Evening, but not to hinder plowing & harrowing.
11th.  The Wind S.W. dark & cloudy, went out a coursing with my Son in Law, Cousin Hen: Hughtes & the Parson, killed 3 Hares & returned home by Dinner time. My Son in Law shews a fondness to his wife. even to a fault, if I may be allowed to say so, being always playing with her, & kissing of her –

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