September 10th.  The Wind N.W, fair & dry, this day ye hearing ’twixt Lewis Trysclwyn & Mr. Row. Wm. & self came on,My – Councell Mr. Da. LLoyd of LLoydiarth who got in this cause upwards of 30L. did me no more good than a post, & they decreed easily agst. me, however Lewis Trysclwyn agreed to make up the Matter, & we are to meet at Cwtt y Dwndwr Morris Lewis's house ye 20th of thisInst. ['this Inst.' is underlined in another pen, or pencil sw] gave H. Hughes LLanvaelog 3s. 6d to appear for. John Thomas of Bod– - neva at the S[uit sw] of Rhŷs Prŷs. Dined to day with the Grand Jury, at Night drank with Severall of the Grand Jury, & pd 6d for Ale. ye Grand Jury discharged

[this pointing hand symbol is in the margin, pointing at this line sw] today without haveing one Bill or Present[eme sw]nt brought before them

11th.  The Wind S. dull & cloudy in the Morning but dry, pd. Da. Williams of Beaumares 10 Guineas on acct. of the Suit, pd Mr. Row. Wms. 3L. 8s. 5d. pd. in my Lodging 10s. pd the Barber 1s. set out of Town abt. 11 with My brother Lewis, came to LLysdulas before 3, about SunSet it begun to rain, & rained excessive hard till [8 sw].
12th.  The Wind S. & S.SW. very fair in the Morning, about ii it begun to rain, & rained most part of the Evening till far in the Night.
13th  The Wind S. fair and dry all this day, without any rain –
14th  The Wind S. rained hard before day, and some rain afterwards about 7 very fair, & dry from that time till betwixt 3 & four in the Evening when I set out from LLysdulas for home, when it rained all the while till night, & I believe most part of ye Night gave at LLysdulas 2s. amongst the Servants - the parson of LLanve —chell preached to day on Mat. Ch.7. vers. 12th.
15th.  The Wind E.N.E. in the Morning, but came to S.E. & S. about noon, a calm still day, did not dry the corn in the least that was soaked with rain yesterday & last night, The Drovers to day at Newborough Fair played a cunning part, Joining all together as it were not to buy any cattle till 2 or 3 in the Evening when every<one> were turning their Cattle home, at which time they bought a good number from 6 to 9 pound a pair, at the fall of night it made rain again, & did rain I believe most part of the Night.

 16th. The Wind S.& S.S.W dark cloudy & foggy weather in ye Morning with a mizling rain. fair again till ii when it rained a new, and made severall showers afterwards more or less most part of the day ——

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