August 25th.  The Wind N. in the Morning, came to S.S.W. in the Evening. fair & dry till 4 in the Evening when it made a sharp shower, my people employed in carrying the Corn from Coydan Park & some from Cae'r LLoriau to the Barn, & likewise ye Rye: had 12 besides binding of Corn, and reaping, this morning dyed Anne Morris ye Daughter & heires of Thomas Morris now of Rhyd =groes a Denbighshire man yt was the husband of Ann Jones ye Heiress of Caerdegog & ye Mother of ye Deceased Girl; Ann Jones was ye Daughter of Wm. Jones marryed to Ann Price,(Sister of John Price James) who was likewise Heiress of Caerdegog. by this Girl's Death Caerdegog Estate goes to David Wms. a Rougish Attorney the Son of Wm. David Pugh Thomas a Weaver of this parish
26th.  The Wind S.S.W. a dirty hazy day with a mizling rain, my peoplereaping of Barley at Bodelwyn, Set out for Beaumares Sessions about 12 was at Bwlch Gwyn by 2, drank there a pint of ale, and was in town by 4 a little before the Judge who is one Mr Rogers Holland, this being the first time he came to this Countrey, & likewise the first time Mr. Ow. Meyrick of Bodorgan came to this Bar, they went to Court about 7, after ye Court was up I went to Richard Gould's house to condole with my Neighbour Thomas Morris of Rhydgroes for the Death of his Daughter who is to be carryed from hence to Morrow to Llanfechell to be buryed. Supped with the Sherrif, in company with Mr. Owen Meyrick, Mr. Philip Meyrick the Sherrif's Son <&> Mr. Lewis of LLysdulas
27th.  The Wind W. & by S. fair dry & warm, went in the Morning to ❚zzDa: Wms. the Attorney's house to speak about some business I had, then walked in the fields for an hour, when I returned to my lodging, where I staid till after dinner, pd. 2s for Ordinary & extraordinary, pd Dick my Man 5s. for to bear his expences in Town, & went to bed about 8.
28th.  The Wind S. W. calm, dark & cloudy in the morning, and rained a dirty mizling rain from 9 in the Morning till 3 in the afternoon, Went to Church about ii, and heard a Sermon preached by Ingram the Parson of Beaumares on Rom: Chap. 12th. vers. 3d. an elaborate silly discourse. gave 6d. to a Charity Collection, dined at my lodging, where I paid for meat & drink 1s. 6d. gave 1s. to Thomas ap Thomas, yt threshed ye Corn that grew at Henllys & about Town in Mrs. Hampton's time, for – ke[? sw]ping an acct. of the straw. rained again most part of this night.

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