Sepr. 10th. Collector of the Customs & my self; all these were called Esquires. Hugh Hughes of LLandrygan, Owen Roberts of Cleifiog, Richard Wms. of Carrog, Thomas Wynne of— Tŷ-wîan, John Jones of Tre-follwyn, Thomas Morris of Rhyd–groes, Richard Lewis of Kichley, Thomas Mredith of Celliniog, David LLoyd of Hen– Eglwys stiled Gentlem[en sw] Dropped 6d. in the Glove. & the Jury retired to their Room at
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the East end of the Shire <Hall> now Just finished, being floored & Wainscoted. dropped there 1s. to pay the woman that did clean, & take care of the Room; to pay the Bailifs for attending at the Door, <&> to pay for necessaries that we called for, & the remainder we gave to the poor; since this new regulation, every one dines where he pleases; I dined at my Lodging where I paid 2s. Paid Mr. H. Hughes of LLanfaelog 13s. 6d. for buisness he did for me, Pd. Richd. Wms. the Son of Wm. Wms. late of LLanrhuddlad 20L. & [there is a sinuous symbol in the margin opposite this line sw] gave him my Bond for 60L. being money my Brother Henry owed his Father.
|11th. The Wind S. in the Morning, came about 11 to E.N.E. and rained almost without intermission all day, dined at my lodging, where it cost me 1s. 6d.|
|12th. The Wind N. W. blowing fresh with some showers in the morning, but dryed the corn very well for all that the Grand–jury were discharged this morning after finding one Bill against a person for stealing the goods of an un- fortunate Person shipwerck'd at LLanfaelog; there was very little or no buisness at this Sessions, dined this day at my lodging where I treated Mr. Thomas Wynne, & pd 2s. pd Wynn the Barber1s. spent the rest of the Evening merrily at Mr Henry Jones's house, gave Foulk the Trumpeter 1s.|
|13th. The Wind N.W. fair & clear; Paid in my lodging to clear the house 7s. 6d. set out for home about 10,Pd. 4d.2/1 at Bwlch gwynn for ale —|