May ist.  The Wind W. blowing moderate & for the most part Sun shiny and fair and drying well, but it had made excessive heavy rain this morning about 4: The Priest preached on Luke Chap – 3d. verse i0th.
2d.  The Wind W. & by N. blowing moderate, yet cold, Sun Shiny, fair and drying well all this day also; paid Doreas of Coch C[o sw]lŷn 8d. for fish.
3d.  The Wind N. blowing very little, Sun shiny, fair & clear all this day & drying well, but a great hoar frost this morning on the ground.

4th.   2❍ [this is written vertically in the margin between '4th.' and the entry sw]  

The Wind N. blowing moderate, a little hazy in the morning till 8 but the rest of the day was Sun shiny, fair & clear , and the wind something scorching : pd. John Owen of LLanerchymedd 5s. for cleansing the two clocks .

5th.  The Wind E. N. E. blowing moderate yet very cold, sun shiny, fair clear and dry all day, but scorching very much, yet a great dew in the morning.
6th.  The Wind N.E. pretty calm, dark cloudy weather & the wind as little as it was, very cold: LLanerchymedd Fair ( being St. Mark's day according to the old Style on which most of the Fairs are still kept ) proved a pretty good one, a great many Cattle bought, but at no high rates: Accounted to day with ☞ [this pointing symbol is in the margin opposite this line sw] Sion ifan my Gardiner and the ballance was iis. 8d. in my favour, & paid 2is. besides of this current year's wages: Pd. Owen Roberts likewise 4s. of his last winter's wages, and Pd. David Jones the Brasier of Carnarvan i2s. 6d. for Brass & Copper vessels bought of him, & received of him 5s. 3d. for old, worn out vessells.
7th.  The Wind E. N. E. blowing very moderate, cloudy & dark all the morning the Evening was sun shiny & clear and dry all the day : My people all this week were sowing Barley : Pd. Capten y Bŵch's wife 6d. for fish & 4d. for – Rennet; & pd. Rhŷs Bentir 2s. 6d. for a Carcase & the head of an ordinary Lamb.
8th.  The Wind W. in the morning & till 3 in the Evening when it came again to the E. calm, Sun shiny, warm & pleasant all this day.
9th.  The Wind E. calm with some sun shine in the morning, but was generally dark & cloudy, but warm & pleasant all day: gave is. to Humphrey Prichard ab Wm. Pugh who has lived in Staffordshire 33 – years & came to the Countrey to see his relations.
i0th.  The Wind N. E. blowing very moderate and generally Sun shiny, but dry all this day·
iith.  The Wind Variable all this day, cloudy & dark, but continued dry till about 4 in the Evening when it made a very heavy and long shower of rain for near an hour —

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