Carreg Ddafŷdd, which I plant with haw thorn, Buckthorn hips & some Holly & some Ash in Standards (all the Winter and spring till now being either immoderately wet or frosty) filbeards & some few Yew and Berberries.
20th.  The Wind W. & by S. calm, warm & pleasant, & some Sun shine in the morning; the Evening was dark & cloudy, yet continued dry all day: Paid Abraham Jones's bill being 20s. 4d. and paid 8s. for a Measure of wheat.
2ist.  The Wind E.&by N. blowing very moderate, but generally cloudy and overcast and cold; Not one bit of Butcher's meat in this market to day neither.
22d.  The Wind N.E. blowing very moderate, yet very cold all day, but dry: My people all this week at the New hedge .
23d.  The Wind N. W. blowing very moderately & not cold, dark cloudy weather for the most part, yet made no rain .
24th.  The Wind N. N.E. blowing very moderate, & very temper ate weather & generally Sun Shiny this day.
25th.  The Wind S. S. W. blowing [there is a line over the 'ng' sw] high & stormy, especially in the Evening, tho it rained very hard from i2 to 2 in ye Evening. Pd. 6s. 9d. for plowing timber bought at Cemaes, And gave 2 Guineas between two Sons of My Niece Doulec Bettly (who are Sea faring lads on board Merchant Ships in Liverpool ) namely David, and Peter Jones·
26th.  The Wind S. blowing very moderate, yet cold & raw, & dark cloudy weather all day; pd. to day at LLanerchymedd Market 2s. 6d. for 4 quarters of very ordinary lamb,& 2s.for a poor quarter of veal ·
27th. ❍ 11 [this is written vertically in the margin below '27th.' sw] The Wind W. S. W. blowing very fresh, cloudy and dark – weather all day, and all the Evening was a dar'k rusty mist and very moist withal; Sent is. 6d. by Jenny Hughes to offer to the Viccar & Sexton at the buryîng of Mr. William Broadhead.

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