April 28th.  The Wind W. & by S· blowing moderate and raining almost without intermission thisday, so that I stayed this day in Town & pd. in my lodging is. 6d.
29th.   [9 sw]● [this is written vertically in the margin below '29th.' sw]   The Wind E. blowing fresh and very cold, but generally Sun shiny and dry all this day; paid in my lodging for my self Man & horses i0s. gave the barber is. [1/- sw] to the servants of the house is. [1/- sw] for kidney beans half a pint 4d. & for tobacco 2d2/1 . Sat out from Beaumares about ii & arived at LLysdulas about 3 ^it^ brought down a great deal of snow this night & much rain.
30th.  The Wind N.W. blowing fresh and exceeding cold all this day, but made no rain, I staid this day also at LLysdulas .
May ist.  The Wind S.W. cloudy & dark and blowing moderate; about noon it begun to rain and made a great deal of it from that time till 4. about 3 I set out from LLysdulas & was at homebefore 5 blessed be God without any hurt or fall thro very ruinous ^roads or^ ways haveing given amongst the servants 4s. 6d.
2d.  The Wind N. W. blowing fresh, cloudy dark weather & very cold all day, but made but little rain : The Priest preached on Rom: Chap: i3th. and the first part of the i3th. verse ·
3d.  The Wind N. E. blowing moderate but very cold, abundance of feath – ered Snow fell sometime before day, so that all the ground was covered— with it at 6 in the morning, but it was all melted by i0 or ii, the rest of the day was Sun shiny and dry, but made some heavy showers of hail in the night about i0.
4th.  The Wind N.W blowing fresh and attended with heavy showers of hail & sleet from 5 in the morning till 7. the rest of the Day was dry& generally Sun shiny: To Day I first heard the Cuckow this year.
5th.  The Wind W. & by S. blowing moderate, yet very cold acompanyed with frequent showers of hail and sleet most part of this day, as it likewise did last night: Went to day to LLanerchymedd to Join Mr. Lewis in swearing the high Constables: spent there 2s. and Pd. Randle the Carrier is. 6d. was at home about 6. & pd. Owen Roberts i2s. & Wm. Sion Elis i5s. of this winter's wages to go to the Fair toomorrow
6th.  The Wind E. blowing moderate, generally cloudy & dark, but drying well all this day, but made excessive heavy rains this night: TheFair at LLanerchymedd proved but indifferent, there being very few Bullocks ☞ [this pointing symbol is in the margin opposite this line sw] sold there & not many Cows: the 4th. Inst. My large Grey Mare & another pretty large Bay Mare both Foal'd from John Humphrey’[I think this is the apostrophe that belongs to 'Sgubor', although it has landedbetween 'Humphrey' and 'of' sw]of Sgubor Ddu's horse: the Bay Mare has a ^filly^Colt, the Grey Mare a filly Colt a filly likewise
7th.  The Wind N.E. & raining more or less almost all days pd. Rhys Bentir is. 8d. for meat had of him to day& this day Senight. & Pd. is. [8 sw]d for a heir Sieve & a ladle·


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