21st.  his money that he had lent me on a Mortgage of my Lands in LLanbadrick, Mr. Francis LLoyd was to pay Mr. Thomas LLoyd 860L. & to take an Assignment in his own name of the Mort – -gage for My Sister's Use,(she being Feme Covert) tho the Assignment be for 860L. the whole sum [there is a line over the 'm' sw] pd. to Mr. Tho LLoyd– yet Mr. Francis LLoyd when he comes to the Countrey, together with My Sister shall execute me an Instrument to acknowledg that her demand on me is <no> more that 700L. the rest of money being paid out of my Mother's share, 100L. whereof she owes me, and the other 60L. she lends me ˙ 
22d.  The Wind S.S.W. hot, & Sultry, my people unladeing a Boat of Sand to day again, Owen John Rowland of Bodlwyfan has him all this week hitherto ( for I hope he'll finish to Night) drying of Oats for Shelling to make Pilcorn & groats, my other servants still plowing the Pinfolds at Cnewchdernog, To Day I begun to open the great Ditch betwixt Cae'r Iarlles and Cae Maen Arthur. 
23d.  The Wind S.W. & by S. calm & warm ,and raining almost all day. and rained afterwards very heavy about Midnight.☞ [this pointing hand symbol is in the margin opposite this line sw] was to day to tread the Mears betwixt Clygyrog ucha & Clygyrog y Ddŵy Symne. the Parson shewing was Hugh Bulkeley that lived formerly in Clygyrog ucha, & now at Clymmwr in LLanbabo, the rest that was with me a walking of them was my Man Wm. Davies, Edmund Hughes of Trogog that comes to live to Clygyrog ucha, Richard Hum= =phrey ap Wm. Prees that lives there now &
24th.  The Wind W. S. W. fair dry & clear, to day I set Tyddŷn y Frogŵy in Hên - Eglŵys to Edward Roberts of Bodewran, at the rate of 3L.10s. a year for the term of 4 years, besides ye Usuall presents of 2 hens, 6 Chickens. & 2 days reaping.

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