June 11th.  The Wind N.W. dark and cloudy and very cold all day, My people carry the Coal from Cemaes my Mother bought, The Parson preached on Luke Chap. 16th. 1st. & 2d. verses. Went in the Evening with severall of the Neighbours to Owen Prichard's house to Drink the Nursing Ale of Richard Owen ye Butcher's Child, pd. there 1s.
12th.  The Wind W. something high and very cold & scorching a great Congregation at LLanfechell Church, & a Vestry proclaimed to meet to morrow, pd. 4d2/1 for Ale in ye Evening -
13th.  The Wind N. & N.W. very cold, dry & scorching, the Vestry mett about 12, and agreed to point the rest of the Steeple, the Porch, and Congol Siarad, The Church–wardens accounts was likewise read, Paragraph by Paragraph and agreed to. all was calm & quiet, Onely the S[cru sw]bby [Nesta Evans gives 'Scrubby' sw] Rascal Da . Wms. Bodelwyn thought to oppose every thing, & to kindle a Flame after his usuall manner–
14th.  The Wind N. N. W. very cold & scorching, & the grass very poor in most places, to day Hugh Wms. the Joyner & his ❚zz three lads came here to work. Bangor Fair proved pretty well to day, a good many bought, & bidding enough, & tollerable rates. 
15th.  The Wind N.W. & by N. very cold, dry & scorching, made a small - shower of rain in the Morning, but not enough to undust ye roads – the market at LLanerchmedd much ye same as it was 3 months ago.
16th.  The Wind W.N.W. & so to W.S.W. cold, dry & scorching, I am cleaning ye Oats sold to Mr. Vickers all this day, to be sent abroad a Ship at Cemaes. ☞ [this symbol is in the margin opposite this line sw] To day I Set Clygyrog ucha to Edmund Hughes of LLanddygwel yt. lives now at Trogog for ye term of Eleven years, to comence [there is a line over the 'm' sw] at allsaints 1738. at ye Rent of 13L. 10s. to allow ye Land tax if he pays by a Month in Winter to lay upon ye farm 600 bags of Sand ye next Sumer [there is a line over the 'm' sw], & to pay for 600 bags more ye next Sumer Sumer [there is a line over the 'm' sw] following to be left at Cemaes, ye greater parts he is to lay 200 bags on ye Sd farm.

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