April 29th.  The Wind S. S. W. blowing fresh with some sun shine, but generally cloudy & dark, yet continued dry all this day; and blew high all the Evening and night.
30th.  The Wind S.S.W. blowing high and raining hard in ye morning the Evening was dry with some sun shine.
May ist.  The Wind S. blowing pretty moderate in the morning, but about 8 the wind begun to blow fresh, & from that time for all the rest of the day it blew very high & cold: Set out from home about 35 minutes after 5 to go to Beaumares to keep the Quarter – Sessions , went about all the way (the Sea being in ) & came to Beaumares a quarter of an hour before i0, kept the morning Court with Mr. Lewis about ii, dined at my lodging,& finished the buisness of the Quarter in the Evening Court: pd. this day for ordinary & extraordinary 2s. 4d.
2d.  The Wind S. blowing fresh & raining without intermissionfrom 4 in the morning till past 3 in the Evening which kept me in Town this day also; gave the Cryer 6d. & the barber 6d. for my man & horses 2s. 8d. for my ordinary & Extraordinary this day 3s. 4d. & 6d for four Lemons·
3d.    9● [this is written vertically in the margin below '3d.' sw]   The Wind W. blowing fresh & cold, but sun shiny & dry all this day: Pd. 8d. at breakfast & gave the Servant 6d. set out from town at 6 in the morning and was at home a quarter past i0 .
4th. The Wind N. in the morning, blowing gently; about noon it came to E. and blew fresh & cold the rest of the day, but was sun shiny and dry: paid Margaret ’ chuw Morris 2s. for a Carcass of Lamb and paid 8d. for Salt Petr. & bay salt.
5th.  The Wind E. blowing fresh, Sunshiny fair & dry and very cold all day; gave 2s. to a Raffle of Elizabeth ’chwilliam Mathew— my people all this week are plowing for, & sowing Barley· Pd. 8d.2/1 for course, home spun thread to sow my new Sacks· 
6th.  The Wind E. blowing very fresh & piercing cold & scorching but sun shiny , fair and dry all day; The Priest preached on i.Cor: Chap: 2d. & verse the 2d.
7th.  The Wind about N. or N.W. but very calm Sun Shiny & warm all day; yet a very great hoar frost this morning pd. Jane Edward all her winter's wages being 20s. Pd. Ann Mark all her Winter's wages being i5s. A very great Fair today LL·erchmdd. being old St. Mark's day: a great many Cattle & sold well: Cows in Calf or that had calf'd being sold from 3L. 10s. to 5L. and upwards.


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