April 30th.  The Wind N. N. W. calm, sun-shiny & fair all day, but so excessive dry that the Earth is already so parched up that there is but very little of either grass or hay, & water for Cattle begins to grow very scarce it makes likewise a hoar frost almost every night.
May ist.  The Wind N. W. very calm, sun shiny & clear, and the Sun exceeding hot even to 7 in the Evening, nothing done in Gardens but carrying of water, & in the fields but damning of water for Cattle.
2d.  The Wind S. S. W. very calm and hot & Sultry all day, yet little or no dew this morning. The Parson preached on Prov. Chap 14th. & ye last part of the 2d. vers. a poor — Canting incoherent stuff.
3d.  The Wind E. N. E. blowing fresh & very hot scorching weather till 6 in the Evening, when the sky was — overcast & grew cold.
4th.  The Wind E. & by N. blowing very high & stormy & very cold withall, & moreover more scorching to the grass& corn than any day these 6 weeks.
5th.  The Wind due E. high & stormy & prodigious cold blasting & scorching more than before, & continued so all day; The Market at LLanerchmedd higher— than of late ; The Wheat from 40 to 42s a pegget Rye & Pilcorn from 28 to 30s a pegget,& Barley from 20 to 24s a peget the best.
6th.  The Wind E. in the Morning, came before noon to S.E. blowing high & very scorching, & hot and sultry in the shade; it is so excessive dry & scorching that the Grass & corn already look very frightfull.


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