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The Wind W. blowing a fresh gale, but hot and sultry, & Sunshiny & very clear. paid George Warmingham 15s. in part of his wages; he being to pay for a New hat, shooes , and Shirting cloath he bought.
|8th. The Wind N. N. W. blowing cold, but the Sun shining clear & very hot; pd. 6d. for Ale to day at LLanfechell, & received a mourning Ring in memory of Mrs. Meyrick of Bodorgan|
|9th. The Wind N.W. blowing fresh & something cold; but the Sun very hot and Sultry. Sent my Son to day to represent me at the burying of Mr. Wm. Morgan the Parson of- LLanddeusant, who is to be buryed at LLanfairynghor- -nwy. a harmless, inoffensive, chearfull Man even to his last.|
|10th. The Wind N. W. calm,very hott and Sultry all day, nothing remarkable in these parts.|
|11th. The Wind W. very calm, sunshiny and exceeding- hott and Sultry all day: The parson preached on Eph- -esians Chap. 2d. & vers. 10th. Sold to Day to Mr. Richard Hughes of Castellior the younger i0 Oxen 6 were 5 year old, & 4 were 4 year old; he had a mind to cull 2 which I refused; So those two he bought for 13 pound & 13 shillings; and the other 8 for 14 pound & 14 shillings for each pair; & I am to keep them till August.|
|12th. The Wind W. excessive hot & Sultry all day. My my Servants are carrying sand all this week, others weeding the Corn & drying Oats for [pee sw]ling .p’d. 18d. for a quarter of Mutton.|