April 24th.  The Wind N.E. blowing high, cold & scorching all day; my people all this week employed in provideing a field for the Calves, fenceing about the Corn, and these 3 last days, 2 of them are plowing the pinfold at Coydan, others are dischargeing Sand vessells, & cutting and carrying home of Gorse  .
25th.  The Wind N. E. blowing fresh and very cold, about 4 this Evening I set out to LLysdulas in my way to – Beaumares Sessions that beg[u sw]n the 23d. lay at – LLysdulas this night.
26th.  The Wind N. pretty calm, but the Wind sharp & cold, came to Town about 10, went to Court at ii. where the Grand Jury were sworn, who were the persons following . Wm. Lewis of LLysdulas, Foreman. Hugh Hughes of Plâs Côch, Wm. Bulkeley of Brynddu, Henry Morgan of Henblas, Robert Owen of Pencraig, Robert Bulkeley of Gronant Esquires John Jones of Trefollŵyn , Richard Wms. of Carrog,Thos. Ellis of Tai Croesion, John Bulkeley of Porthamel, Owen Roberts of Cleiviog, Wm. Hughes of Neuadd LLanvaelog, Wm. Griffith of Cefn, John Prytherch of Cerrig Gwyddel – & Tho. LLoyd of Hendre Gentlemen; [there is a line in pencil, or another pen, under 'Gentlemen' sw] gave 6d. in the glove— dined at my lodging where it cost me 1s. 3d. pd. Mr. Hugh Hughes the Attorney 4s. 10d. for Entring an appearance for Charles Griffith of Mynydd y Groes that had been Sued by — Wm. Bevan of Croes Vechan,
27th.  The Wind N. & very cold, the Grand Jury found a Bill of Indictment against Robert Owen of LLandisilio for stealing corn out of a mill in LLanddona, dined at my lodging where I paid is. [1/- sw] 9d.
28th.  The Wind E.N.E. moderately calm & warm, The Grand Jury found a Bill of Indictment against Hugh Hughes of

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