May 13th. ❍ 8 [this is written in the margin immediately below 'May 13th.' sw] The E. a Warm mizling rain all the Morning, & last night. my Son went to day to Henblas to Visit Cousin Morgan gave him 4 Guineas to pay Mr. Da. lhoyd of LLoydiarth — (where he intends to call in his way home) for drawing the Settlement that I am about to make upon him & his– Sister, and for what he had done before in <the> Mortgage buisness
14th.  The Wind E.S.E. calm fair and warm, and the first Warm day it made this six weeks, very ordinary Meat to day at LLan– -fechell, bought a Quarter of the best Veal there for 10d. gave Richard Thomas Morris alias Deion Pabo 10s. 6d to give his Niece Hester Morris who had been Servant here, & had run away from her Service. pd Wm. Pugh of Moelfra 16s. for a boat load of Sand containing 250. Bags. 
15th.  The Wind S clear, & pretty warm, but windy, unladed 3 Boats of Sand this day also, gave the boatmen 2s ­– worth of Ale, lent Ab. Jones 1s.
16th.  The Wind S . cloudy & calm & something cold in the Morning, cleared up & blew fresh about 9 & tho it made a great Shower abt. ii. the wind continued high all Day, gave 6d. to Charity Collection.
17th.  The Wind S.   blowing fresh, with frequent showers in the morning, the Evening fair & hot, but very windy —    Cowslip Ale. [this is written in the margin opposite this line sw] to day we tunned the Cowslip Ale.
18th.  The Wind E.N.E. very calm & still warm fair weather my People at the same work every day in unladeing of Sand out of Boats & Ships at Cemaes that was brought from Red Wharf, I have also Masons setting up the Gate of Brynne Duon Park. –

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