April 25th.  The Wind E. in the Morning, and raining excessive hard from Sun Rise till 10. which brought the wind to W.S. W. sun shiny fair and warm from that to 4. made then some showers but short. A pretty full Fair to day at LLanerchmedd for Mîlch Cows with Calves to follow them, and Cows near calving and good rates given for them from 50s. to 4L. 10s. a cow,.
26th.  The Wind S.W. in the morning, very calm and warm but cloudy and dark;about noon the Wind came to E. and grew chilly and cold & rained almost all the Evening,

27th. ❍ 4 [this is written vertically immediately below '27th.' sw]  

The Wind varying all day from S. in the morning to W & by N. in the evening, warm & calm, but very wett — haveing made severall showers of rain this day.The Market at LLanerchmedd much fallen, The Barley tis Said went for no more than 8s. & Rye & Pilcorn for 11 or 12s a pegget.

28th.  The Wind E. & by N. moderately calm & warm, and made little or no rain to day. My people try to plow at Cefn y Groes, but I am afraid it is very wett.
29th.  The Wind E.&byN, blowing fresh, sun shiny, fair & drying well all day; A very poor flesh Market to day at LLanfechell; delivered into the hands of Jane Jones 5s. 6d. to be Pd. Mr. Wm. Morris of Holy head; z paid Humphrey Mostyn's Bill for Coal, Salt, Earthen Ware &c being 2L. i4s. 3d.
30th.  The Wind E. N. E. calm, sunshiny & very warm all day; My people plow these three last days; & after drying one or 2 days they sow the ground & harrow it: Paid George Hughes the Tinker & Sometimes a Straw Joyner 2s. for four Bee Hives .

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