May 10th.  The Wind N. cloudy & something cold, dined here and staid till 6. when I set out for home, where I — arrived a little after 7 much wetted & fatigued —–
iith.  The Wind variable all day, but fair clear & warm — my servants to day employed in bleeding the Horses & feeding Oxen; delivered 2 Guineas to Hugh Lewis Cadi to pay for 6 Tun of Coals, & he is to have 4s a Tun for the Sea Carriage, & to acct. for what remains of the 2 Guineas, 3gs onely being the price of the Coals.
12th.  The Wind S.W. fair, clear & warm, went to day to – Llanbadrick to assist at a Vestry there sumoned to Set the Church Lands, some of the parish being for turning out the present Tenant who pays well to make room for Salisbury the Sexton who threw it up about 3 years ago the vestry confirmed the present Tenant & continued her in the house & lands, Pd. 1s. towards treating the Vestry men ·
13th.  The Wind E. fair warm weather, & a great dew this morning my Servants all this week digging of Gorse & setting them betwixt the Corn & the grass at Ferem. I have people likewise to day & yesterday grubbing of Briers out of a field of Corn at Bod elwyn with forks.
14th.  The Wind E. very calm & raining all the morning, and almost all <day> which made the congregation in LLanfechell— Church but small to day.
15th.  The wind E. fair & warm with frequent showers of rain the Evening fair & dry, my Servants begun to day to make ye Stone wall from the Old Park down to the river betwixt Cae'r LLoriau & the common yard or passage from ye Barn to Coydan House.
16th.  The Wind S.E. fair, warm, pleasant weather & dry all day long; nothing else remarkeable.

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