April 12th.  The Wind S. & by W. dark & cloudy, with some rain in the Morning, to day Mrs. Lewis Trysclwyn came here to visit her Niece my Daughter, or rather her Husband for whom she had always (she said) a very great regard –
13th.  The Wind S. cloudy weather, but fair warm & pleasant to day I begun to plow for Barley in Brynclynni
14th.  The Wind S. & by W. dark & cloudy in the Morning but calm, warm & temperate with a fine dew, the Evening very warm & pleasant. pd. Owen Hughes Collector of the Land tax for LLanddeust. 1L. 5s. 4d. Land tax for my Lands in the Sd Parish being all in my own hands
15th.  The Wind S. in the Morning, & W. in the Evening,calm warm, clear & fair, the Evening very foggy, my people still at the same work of Sowing barley –
16th.  The Wind S. fair clear & Sun - shiny, but something cold a very great congregation at LLanfechell Church today.
17th.  The Wind W.S.W. very fair & warm weather all day, had a great company to day at my house to take their leave of my Daughter & Son in law who are to go off too morrow. pd. the Collector of the Land tax for LLanbadrick 2s land tax for Carreg Lefen & Tyddŷn y Creigia, gave Gabriel Jones yt went to bring my Daughter 7s. 6d. towards bearing his Charges home.
18th.  The Wind N. & by W. very fair, warm & dry, about ii this morning my Dear Child & her Husband set out from hence for Liverpool, may God Almighty give her grace, health & prosperity. gave my Son in law 2L. 2s. to buy new [h sw]ats &c
19th.  The Wind N.E. very cold & cloudy in the Morning with some rain, but soon cleared up. pd. the Collector of LLanfechell 1L. 8s. 4d. land Tax for the severall Lands in my holding —– & pd the Collector of the Window lights 6s.

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