May 29th. Whitsunday [this is written in the margin opposite this entry sw] The Wind W. very moderate, Sun shiny clear and very warm all day, yet at the fall of night it grew very cloudy and overcast; There was about 70 comunicants to day at LLanfechell Church ·
30th.  The Wind S. high and stormy all day, especially in the Evening with frequent showers of rain but of small con- tinuance, but on the fall of night it rained excessive hard for a long time and was cold besides.
3ist.  9❍ [this is written vertically below '3ist.' sw]  The Wind S. W. calm all the morning with a thick hazy sky and overcast with some mizling rain at break - of day; the Evening was very thick and overcast, with some small showers and the Air pretty cold.
June ist.  The Wind S. blowing high & stormy with a dirty mizling rain all the morning; the Evening was dry, but dark hazy weather all along till i0 at night when it begun to rain, & made I believe a great deal of rain before day.
2d  The Wind S. blowing high, cloudy and overcast, with some rain about sun rise; the rest of the day was dry but very windy, but made a great deal of rain in the night.
3d.  The Wind came to N. about 6 this morning upon a great fall of rain, The rest of the day was Sun shiny, warm, fair and pleasant and the wind totally allayed; pd. George Hughes the Tinker 1s. 6d. for 3 Bee-hives · To Day I sold to Wm. Jones of LLandegvan, the Drover, Nine Oxen and two Cows, Eight of the Oxen for 13 pounds 2s. 6d. a pair, the other odd Ox for four pounds i0 shillings, and the 2 Cows for Seaven pounds 7s. 6d.—
4th.  The Wind S. W. blowing high and a very dirty rainy day from 9 in the morning till 3 in the Evening; the rest of the day was sunshiny fair, warm and dry.
5th.  The Wind S. W. blowing high cloudy and cold all day, about 7 in the Evening it made a mizling rain, & I believe it rained a great deal in the night; The Priest preached on 2: Cor: Chap: 13th. in ye last part of the 13th. vers.
6th  The Wind S. W. blowing fresh and generally cloudy & dark, & made some mizling rain on the fall of night, but sometime before day it rained excessive hard.
7th.  The Wind W. & very moderate; Sun shiny fair & warm all day: To Day to Slater of Cefn helyg, Thomas Jones began to point my house; ye weather hitherto since Sumer [there is a line over the 'm' sw] came in, being continually wet and stormy.

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