April 3d.  The Wind W. & by N. blowing fresh & raining long before day & till near 9 in the morning without intermission, the rest of the day was dry & generally sun Shiny.
4th.  The Wind N.W. blowing fresh & very cold attended with some showers of Sleet & hail in the morning; the Evening was Sun shiny and drying well As it did likewise all the night: Paid is. 6d. for Butcher's meat·
5th.  The Wind W.&by N. calm & warm all the morning;the Evening something colder, but all the day was Sun shiny dry, pleasant & fair: Pd. 9d. for Ale at Cemaes : To Day I begun to sow Barley.
6th.  The Wind N. blowing very moderate, Sun shiny, warm. dry, fair and pleasant all day : pd. 9d. for a quarter of Veal.
7th.  The Wind E. calm, warm & very pleasant all the morning; but the Evening was pretty cold, the wind blew fresh & was very scorching: Paid 2s for spinning 3 Averdupois pounds of Wool to make stockins.
8th.  The Wind E. blowing high & very scorching all the morning; The Evening was almost altogether rainy which allayed the wind & rendered it warm & temperate.
9th.  The Wind S.E. blowing fresh and very cold, cloudy & dark weather all day attended with very frequent showers of cold rain (tho of no long continuance) all the day: My Son who came home but on the     which 10 Guineas [? sw] gave to Mr. Prichd. but spent them himself · [this is written in the margin opposite this line sw] 7th. Instant, set out to day for Dolgelley Sessions, by whom I sent Ten pounds ten Shillings to be given Mr. Wm. Prichard to defend the Ejectments brought by LLoyd the Irishman against all my Mother's Tenants, and three Guineas I gave himself: pd. 2s for knitting of stockins for Hugh ’ Bwilliam Gabriel. pd. 1s. 6d. for 5 pound of hemp
10th. ❍ 6 [this is written in the margin below '10th.' sw]   The Wind S.E. and blowing very moderate and warm; and con- -tinued dry all the morning and untill 3 in the Evening when it begun to rain a still soft rain which continued all the rest of the day: pd. 6d. for Ale at Cemaes.
iith.  The Wind S.E. blowing moderate & warm, generally Sun shiny & pleasant pd. 6d.for Ale at Cemaes where I paid  6 pounds 15 shillings & 7 pence for – plank, Boards, Spars & Joystses all Oak : the plank at 2d. 1/4 a foot&something more, the Boards at id.1/4 & something more, the Joysts at 1d.1/4. and the Spars at 3/4 a foot. gave Owen Jones the Son of Elizabeth uch Wm. Mathew is.[1/- sw]who as a School boy came about to gather Eggs before Easter.

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