|April 12th. The Wind N. blowing fresh and cold; haveing — made some showers of hail a little before day, most of the day Sun Shiny. and made a little mizling rain on the fall of night. gave 1s. to a Collection made for Apprenticeîng a Son of John Jones late of Penheskyn [Nesta Evans gives 'Ponheskyn' sw] to a Glazier in Denbigh .|
|13th. The Wind N.E. blowing fresh & cold, but no hoar frost this morning, the day generally cloudy & dark.|
|14th. The Wind E. blowing fresh & very cold, yet fair & sunshiny all day; haveing killed a heifer against Easter holydays I sent the Parson a Sirloyn, a brisket to Tom.Morris of Rhydgroes, and a Rump to Cos. Dick Wms. of Carrog —– To Day about noon I finished sowing Barley. —–|
|15th. The Wind N.N.E in the morning; it came to W. in ye Even - ing,a clear, sun shiny day ,and hot where there was shelter from the Wind . which was cold enough, my people are scatering do[u sw]ng & mole hills in the hay ground —|
|16th. The Wind N.W. & not high nor cold, The Sun clear and very hot all day; A very full Market today at LLanfechell pd. [1 sw]s. 10d. being the Shire hall tax assessed on my lands in Llanddeusant.|
|17th. The Wind N. N.E. very calm, warm, and pleasant and a fine dew this morning. To Day I first heard the Cuckow this year, and saw the first swallow; pd Richd Parry Collector of the Window tax 6s. ye number of Comunicants this day was 86.|
18th. Easter Day. [this is in the margin opposite this entry sw]
The Wind N. E. cloudy & dark,but very calm& warm the Comunicants [there is a line with a curved end over the 'm' sw] to day were in Number 186. A great Congregation at Evening Prayer, and the Parson – preached on 1. Cor. Chap. 15th. and vers.20th. [Pd. 6d. sw] for Ale. after Evening prayer.