April 29th.  The Wind S. W very fair, warm and pleasant all day , made abundance of rain in the night but very warm ·
30th.  The Wind W. & by S. warm & pleasant, but generally cloudy and dark, Set out from LLysdulas about 4 in the Evening, gave among the servants 5s. 6d. I arrived at home soon after 6 where to my great grief I found my Dear Mother very Sick & feeble; being taken ill – this morning about 9. I prevailed with her to go to bed and gave her some spririt of Sal Amoniac [ammonium chloride, used as a systemic and urinary acidifying agent and diuretic, also used orally as an expectorant sw] in Angelica, Mint & Penny Royal water mixed together, she rested pretty well this night·
May ist.  The Wind S. cloudy and dark, haveing rained very hard last night & some rain this morning, made some rain ag –ain about 10, & also about noon & all the Evening dark and hazy. Blessed be the Almighty God. My Dear Mo- - ther is much better to day, & may the Father of all mercies shew her his mercy & restore her to her former health: The parish met in a Vestry after Morning Prayer & choseHugh Thomas of Cors y Ddafad Church warden for this year.
2d.  2❍ [this is written in the margin below '2d.' sw] The Wind E. & by N. very calm and moderately warm – and raining almost without intermission & generally – very hard from 2 or 3 in the morning till near Sun Set. My Dear Mother by God's blessing on what I gave her is now perfectly restored to her health .
3d.  The Wind S. S. W. blowing fresh & moderately warm, cloudy and dark generally all day, yet continued without raining till 2 in the Evening when it made a shower of mizling rain, but of no long continuance ·
4th.  The Wind S.  blowing fresh all day, but more stormy in the Evening , from 9 in the morning it was almost a continuall rain as well in the day as in the night.
5th.  The Wind S. blowing fresh and raining exceeding hard – about 6 this morning, and a mizling rain afterwards most part of the morning, and the Wind very high about noon; made no great matter of rain in the Evening, & yet did not dry at all. To day I turned out my Cattle.
6th.  The Wind S. blowing high & raining hard from long before day untill near sun Set. the Earth extream wet, & great floods in[? sw] grounds
7th.  The Wind S. blowing high, but sun shiny and drying well well all this day, about ii at night it begun to rain again.

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