Octr. 16th.  The Wind S W. hazy & calm, breakfasted to day at Cousin Wm. Parry, pd 2d for Ale afterwards, dined at Mr. Benjamin Parry, went from thence to the Play house in Langford Street to see the   Eng. [this is written in the margin, opposite this line sw] Beggar's Opera pd. i8d there, gave Mr. Ben: Parry's Servt. 1s. Engl.
17th.  The Wind W.S.W. cold & raw, breakfasted at Coz. Wm. Parry, went to Peter's Church, gave there 3d Charity, walked afterwards in Stephen's Green till Dinner, dined at Coz. Wm. Parry, & spent ye Evening in the Register Office, & Supped at Coz. Wm. Parry–
18th.  The Wind S.E. a fair Sun Shiny day, walked all ye Morning thro the Town, was at a Popish Chappell, where ye Superstition of those deluded people was very remarkably surprizing pd 5d [2/1 sw] for Ale walked afterwards in the Green dined at Mr Rose the Apothecary in High Street, bought a pair of Gloves for 13d. pd. 5d2/1 for ale —
19th.  The Wind E.S.E. a clear cold dry day, breakfasted at Coz: Parry and also dined there. was at Peter's Church this day–


❍ 4 [this is written in the margin immediately below '20th.' sw]   The Wind S.E. very cold,but fair & dry, went to the Cattle market at Smithfield, a great number of Cattle there, but none very fat as I thought, pd 6d for a Dinner at an Eating house, pd an English half crown to see ye Tragedy of Don John at ye play house in Langford Street. pd at my Lodging 4s. 6d Ir. for Punch, rained very hard this night.

21st.  The Wind E.N.E. fair & dry, Breakfasted & dined at Coz. Parry- pd. afterwards 5d for Ale.
22d.  The Wind S.E. fair & pleasant pd. 7d Ir. for Ale.
23d.  The Wind S.E. fair & dry, dined at Coz. Parry, cost me in ye Play- -house to Night 2s. 8d2/1 Ir. pd. for Punch at my Lodging 5s Ir. rained hard this Night.
24th.  The Wind S.W. rained hard all the Morning, dined at Coz. Parry was taken with a great loosness this night which kept me purging most part of the Night, & without any rest.

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