April 24th..  The Wind W. blowing fresh & cold, yet dry, but was generally cloudy and dark all day:
25th.  The Wind S. blowing fresh in the morning & cold; the Evening much calmer & warmer & generally Sun Shiny all day & dry: A full Fair to day at LLanerchmedd & a great many Cattle bought. To Day likewise was the Thanks giveing day for the Infamous Peace made the last Winter which our Posterity will feel the effects of it: Paid Thomas Owen of Cae Mawr 36 shillings for Eight Peggets of Countrey hay Seed·
26th.  The Wind S. very moderate & generally Sun Shiny & warm — with some little rain early in the morning, but the rest of the day was fair & dry: My people sowed to day, & harrowed in the 17 Pegets of Countrey hay Seed & 75 pound weight of Clover Seed in Cae'r Ogof in Cnewchdernog.
27th.  The Wind S. calm, Sun shiny, fair & warmall day, especially in the Evening it was very Sultry: Paid Wm. Peters for Clover Seed he bought for me at Liverpool 2 pound & 6 pence, pd. for a Sack to put it in, 3 shillings, pd. for 2/1 hundred fine Wheat flower 5 shillings 9 pence, Paid for 35 yards of Tick for Sacks at 8d. 2/1 a yard 1 . pound i4 shillings & 9 pence, Paid him 5 shillings & 9 pence to buy [12/ sw][these two numbers and the line are written vertically, and appear to be WB's way of writing a half, as 2/1, but with the dividing line in the wrong place sw] hundred flower for Mr == [there are two parallel lines in the margin opposite this line sw] Morgan of Henblas . Sowed Cucumbers to day in ye Naturallground
28th.  The Wind N.E. blowing fresh & very scorching generally Sun shiny most part of the day: Sometime last Night My Grey Mare brought forth a filly from Carrog Black Horse: and Yesterday my he Calfs were gelt.
29th.  The Wind E. blowing fresh, cold but very scorching, cloudy & dark all the morning, but the Evening Sun shiny & the wind not so high: My people all this week (but Tuesday) sowing Barley in Coydan Park: I had also at home people cleaning the Oats I sold David Morris of Fryers to be sent to Amlough on Monday next·
30th.  The Wind E. blowing fresh & scorching all day, yet not cold, and Sun Shiny and fair all day, but little dew neither night nor Morning .

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