May the 7th.  The Wind S.E. Sun Shiny, fair, & very sultry but the Wind very scorching, my Servants these 3 last days – fenceing the Hedges betwixt the Corn, & grass, & the Hay, the Lad's work in the Garden all this week is weeding. &c.
8th.  The Wind E. very cold, and raining all the Morning very hard, & the Wind high, the Evening Sun_Shiny & dry, but very cold.
9th.  The Wind N. cloudy and dark, & prodigious cold, my Servants begin to fence the hedges of Cae'r Pyllau in Bryn-Clynni, to fold the Milch kine when they graze at Bodelwyn & Cefn y– Groes, as the Pinfold at Rhôs Garrog folds them now, where they graze at Fferem, and Pen y bont.
10th.  The Wind N. clear & dry, but extream cold all day long – planted some Cauly- flowers out for flowering, & sowed Savory and Hyssop Seeds, and likewise Parsley, Lettuce, spinage, Endive Radish, and Cressess. planted a Row of Scarlet Beans by ye S. Wall–
iith.  The Wind N. very cold still, but not as yesterday, it scorches very much every day, the grass in most places, very poor & short the wind came in the Evening to W. was calm, warm, & serene – supplyed the Gaps in the Rosemary bank by the South wall in the Walk with fresh plants. 
12th.  The Wind S.W. dark & cloudy, but warm fine growing weather gelt 9 yearling Calfs to day. Set out to the Cocking at Thomas Edwards the Smith at Amlough (which is for a S[a sw]ck [Nesta Evans gives 'Sack' sw] & Coulter) about 10 . came there about 12. when the Company were all come had but a sorry Cock, cost me 4s.6d. was at home a little after 9 -
13th.  The Wind N. in the Morning & N.W. in the Evening, fair and dry, but cold enough & scorching all day, a pretty good Markett at Llanfechell . Set my Tenemt. in LLanelian, heretofore in [there are four horizontal parallel lines in the margin opposite this line sw] the holding of Henry Roberts, to Wm. Thomas, now liveing in a house of Richard Wms. the Curate of Amlough on plâs yn Amloug[h sw] Lands, for the term of 4 years at ye Rent of 34s. a year –

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