July 10th.  the Wind N.W. in the Morning, came to S.W. in the Evening & rained hard from 3 in the Evening almost without intermission till 7 the Next morning, Ld. Bulkeley, Mr. Lewis of LLysdulas & I opened the Quarter, & adjourned till 8 ye next morning, pd 1s. for Ale that night.
11th.  The Wind S.W, raining in the Morning till 7. then fair & dry the rest of the day; kept the morning Court, & adjourned till 3 in the Evening,pd. for ordinary & extraordinary at Magdalen Galloway alias Roberts's house 2s, pd. Bull the periwig maker's Bill i8s. pd. 1s. 8d for my man & horses, and Set out from Town about 6 and came to LLysdulas this night.

12th.  The Wind S.W & rained in the morning, the rest of the day dry, but cold & cloudy; dined at LLysdulas, and came home before 6. yesterday was senight a Sad accident  happened

☞ [this symbol is in the margin opposite this line sw] to Mr. Robert Lewis the Viccar of LLanidan's Child; My Son being come so far into this Countrey from Flint-shire, where he has been this 3 months, his Unkle the Viccar (whose Wife had sufficiently scandalized & abused his sister my Daughter) sent for his Daughter, at Nurse that her Cousin might see her, and the horse falling with the Nurse & Child, the poor Child was killed on the spot. some ill designing people may make use of the accident as portending extraordinary Events!

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