May 25th.  The Wind N.E. fair and very warm, and moderately calm all day with a fine dew this morning gave 1s. to a raffling of Owen Warmingham for a Gun– [this is followed by a mark on the next line which may be a mistake  sw]
26th.  The Wind N. E. Sun shiny fair & warm with a fine dew this morning. Paid John Fur size the Scotch Pedlar 5s. 6d. for striped linnen to make Frocks for Nancy  – Wright .
27th.  The Wind S. blowing high all day , yet Sun shiny, hott and very sultry. My servants employed to day in bleeding — the Working horses, & trimming their Mains & tails– pd. 2d. for fish to Abraham Jones.
28th.  The Wind N. W. moderately calm, and not very warm in the morning, the Evening calm and very hot. it made some rain this morning before day, and a small shower afterwards about Sun rise.
29th.  The Wind W. S. W. in the Morning, it came to N.E. about 3 in the Evening, All this day was generally dark and cloudy, yet it was very sultry & hot,my people all this week at the same work as the last, onely some of them harrow the pinfold at Cefn y Groes– pd. to the Churchwarden of LLanddeusant 7s. 4d.— Church mize for my lands in that parish that are in my own hands .
30th.  The Wind S. W. blowing fresh, & raining before day tîll — near 8 in the Morning, & some mizling rain after wards about noon; the Evening generally Sunshiny & fair. Owen Bulkeley the Curate of LLanddeusant read here to day, a very wretched reader he preached on Mat. Chap 6th. & part of the 24th. vers.

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