|May 20th. The Wind S. W. blowing fresh, dark and cloudy for the most part of the day, about 6 in ye Evening it begun to rain, & rained hard from that time all the rest of the day and all night. Last night my Son came home, whom I had not seen for almost 5 months before, tho he was all that time( except 8 days ) at – Henblas _in this Countrey .|
|21st. The Wind S. S. W. blowing fresh, and raining all the morning, & sometimes very hard till near ii. dry from that time till 6 when it begun to rain – again, & rained I believe the best part of the night.|
|22d. The Wind S. W. & very calm, and raining all the morning to 12 at noon; The Evening dark & cloudy but dry, and about 6 rose a great fog,thick & moist, with a very stinking, disagreeable smell. My– servants all this week with the Stone walls ^at^ Coydan & plowing the pinfold at Cefn y Groes. pd. ye Taylor of Dymchwe 6d. for mending my cloaths.|
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The Wind S.W. very calm & warm with a great fog till 9 a clock, all the morning dark & cloudy, cleared up a little about noon, yet the Sun did not shine till 3 in the Evening, from which time till night it was sun shiny warm and very pleasant.
|24th. The Wind E.N.E. blowing fresh, but warm & sultry till towards night; was today at the burying of Mrs. Bulkeley of Dronwy the Parson of LLanfechell's Mother, who was 85 year old, cost me there 2s.6d. & was at home by 7.|