April 28th.  The Wind S. W. high & blustering in the Morning, the Evening calm & fair, went to Lloydiarth to settle ye Deed of Mortgage that I am to Execute to Mr. Thomas LLoyd of Saethon,(that now lives in London ) for 800L. that I borrow to pay of the Debt that I incurred by Admin= =istring Mrs. Hampton's Effects, gave ye Groom 6d.
29th.●9 [this is written vertically immediately below '29th.' sw] The Wind S. in the Morning, blowing pretty fresh, came in the Evening to the N. when it was calmer and fairer, Paid Mr. Rowland Williams this Day Seaventy Seaven pounds, in part of his share of the Effects of Mrs. Hampton, planted 2 Rows of Rosemary by the Wall in the S. side of the Walk of the wall garden.
30th. The Wind N. cloudy & the Morning & a great Dew afterwards clear & sun shiny all day but cold
May ist.  The Wind N.E. very cold & scorching dry weather - all day - Hugh Prŷs of Trŵyn Melŷn in Amlough, & Father of Roger Hughes the Sexton of LLanfechell took Melin y Nant from Allsts. Next, for 11L. 10s. a year
2d.  The Wind N. very cold in the Morning, & some frost on ye Water, Warmer in the Evening, and the Wind much allayed.
3d.  The Wind N. Prodigious cold & scorching, Set out from home for the Quarter Sessions about i0 .came to LLoydiarth about 11, dined there & staid till 3. came from thence a Snail's pace to Cwtt y Dwndwr abt. 5, & after all by the blunders in ye Deed of Mortgage occasioned either by Mr. Da. LLoyd or his Clark, nothing could be done, staid there till ['till' is underlined sw]  

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