8th.  to Mr. LLoyd's Chamber, where not liking the Liquor, we from thence adjourned to Cousin Morgan's Lodging where we spent ye rest of ye Night.
9th.  The Wind S. it rained all ye Morning till 9 a clock, then grew fair for some time, then it continued raining all ye Evening incessantly, dined at my Lodging with a few company. pd. Bull my Landlord's bill of 7s. 6d. thinking to go home that day, pd 10d for silk ferretting [nothing to do with wildlife; it's a narrow piece of tape used to bind or edge fabric sw] for my Daughter, pd. 2d for Nuts. pd 3d more for Ale that night–
10th.  The Wind W. rained hard in the morning, was not out of the house till night, that I went to swear an Affidavit before Judge Martin to have him till next Sessions to put in my Answer, who was lordly enough drunk, with whom I staid till 3 a clock in the Morning. pd. Da. Wms 2l. 10s. expenses in defending the Suit in Chancery.
11th.  The Wind W. a Dull cloudy day, got up about 9, took a little breakfast, and pd. Bull's Bill once more, being 6s. 6d. came from Town past 3 in ye Evening, baited at Bwlch Gwyn, spend there 3d. and came home about 8. sufficiently tired with ye Noise & spences of the Sessions.
12th.  The Wind S. a Dark cloudy day, but continued dry altogether
13th.  The Wind N. mostly .& NW. a fine clear day & dry, to day as well as yesterday my servants thatch ye Corn – ∎ pretty good markett to day at LLanvechell. bought a Quarter of Mutton for 1s.
14th.  The Wind W.N.W. it rained about 2 in the Morning, & a heavy shower about 8. all ye Rest of the Day was dry & clear, made a good Fair to day at Newborough, a great many cattle bought there from 6l. to 10l. a pair, my Servants employed in thatching the Corn all this day
15th.  The Wind W. a Dull, dark, cloudy day in the Morning – & so continued all ye day-but yet it made no Rain – No Sermon to day –

16th. ∣4● [this is written vertically immediately between '16th.' and '17th.' sw] 

The Wind S. a wet dirty morning, raining almost continually till 12 the forenoon, the Evening fair & clear. pd 6d.2/1 for B[in sw]ding for MB

17th.  The Wind S.W. dark & cloudy all the Morning, but dry-ye Evening sun Shiny & clear. Pd. Thomas Bryan by his Apprentice Wm Parry five pound five Shillings –

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