[this text appears on a page between the entries for 17 and 18 May 1743 sw]

An acct, of the produce of the Tythe hay Corn & straw of LLawr y LLan parcell for the year 1734    All the Hay made 72 loads, exclusive of the gatherers share being 5 load 

All the Rye threshed and Winnnowed made 2 peggets, exclusive of the gatherer's share, & threshers share –  

My Share of the Wheat came to 9 Cibbins & 2 quarts, winowed Octr. 2d. Winowed Novr. 30th. 8 Cibbins of pease, 6 whereof came to my shar[e sw]

On the Old play called Nuts in hand.

Lo Nuts in hand! who is't that doth them claim? 

’Tis I; wherfore? My Mistress sent the same.  

If they were meant for you, I feign would know 

Whether the Nuts I bring, be even or no? 

They'r even; the Nuts deceive you, So may she; 

They may; but she can use no Fallacy.  

The same in Latine Verse.   Ecce nuces manibus! mihi sunt, quis Iure requirit?  

Has ego; Tu quare? misit Amica mihi.

Si tibi servatæ, statim cognoscere quæro

Anne par est numerus, vel quoque dispar erit?

Aequalis numerus; fallunt te, fallat at illa;  

Forte Nuces fallunt; fallere Amica nequit.

[this text appears on a page between the entries for 17 and 18 May 1743, and I have also placed it in its chornologically correct position sw]  

Monday the 8th. of this month of May 1743 was laid the foundation of Bodorgan Wind– = Mill near LLanfeirian. 

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