May 25th.  The Wind E. & by N. very calm, sun shiny, hot & sultry all this day likewise and the Earth greatly parched & withered – Pd. is. 6d. for a small quarter of Veal ·

26th.    [8 sw] ● [this is written vertically in the margin below '26th.' sw]

The Wind N. & by E. blowing very fresh, & cold out of the Sun hot and scorching exceedingly all this day likewise: To day my people sheared the sheep ·

27th.  The Wind S. E. blowing pretty fresh, generally cloudy & dark yet made no rain.
28th.  The Wind N.E. & very little of it, dark and very cloudy all day; and – brought down some drops ^of rain^ about 6 in the morning; & some little again about 4 in the Evening: Pd. Richd. Lewis 23s. in full of his Winter's wages & pd. Margaret Jones 20s. in full of her Winter's wages : on the fall of night it made a great deal of small soft rain which it continued I believe allnight
29th.  The Wind N. blowing fresh & exceeding cold & raining generally the best part of the morning, the Evening was dry but very cold. Pd. – i9s. 6d. for Malt.
30th.  The Wind N.E. blowing moderate, Sun shiny & fair, but cold this day likewise, Pd. i2/1 for fish ·
3ist.  The Wind varying all this day from S. in the morning & came after- – wards to S. E . & E. it self very cold weather for the Season, cloudy & dark and made some rain from ii to near i in the Evening: Paid Catherine Broadhead 50s. in full of her wages to this day when she leaves-my Service.
June ist.  The Wind N. & by E. blowing moderate, generally cloudy & dark and— making small showers of rain frequently this day , but not cold as it was yesterday .
2d.  The Wind E. in the morning; came to W. & W. & by S. in the Evening dark, cloudy weather generally all this day, and frequent showers of very warm rain.

3d.  Whitsunday [this is written in the margin below '3d.' sw]

The Wind N. E. blowing moderate, cloudy & dark weather yet dry all this day: ii4 persons communicated in this Church; The Evening of this day was exceeding cold & raw.

4th.  The Wind W. blowing moderate, dark,cloudy weather most part of this day – & rained very hard in the night; gave is. [1/-sw] betwixt the Curate& dark at theburying of William Prichd. the Weaver ·

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