May 19th.  The Wind E. & blowing cold & brisk in the Morning about 9 set our for LLannerchmedd to an adjournment to swear the High Constables – did my buisness there, & came to LLoydiarth abt. 6. where I staid abt. an hour, after which my son & I(who had been there 2 Days before) & I set out & came to Llysdulas, pd at LLannerchymedd 5d for ale.
20th.  The Wind N.E. blowing very high, boisterous & cold, staid all this day at LLysdulas.
21st.  The Wind E.N.E. Cold & scorching, Set out from LLysdulas for home abt. ii. haveing had an acct. that Cousin Morgan of Henblas, his Wife, Sisters, & his Unkle Davies of Rhiw- –abon were to dine at my House to day, & by the time I gott home, I found them all att Dinner, which my Mother had got for them in a very orderly manner, and we finished the day with innocent mirth & moderate drinking, gave to the butler at LLysdulas 1s.
22d.  The Wind N.E. dry & scorching, but not so cold as before all my company set for Henblas about 10, after breakfast. and my Son & I past the rest of the day in walking about the ground chiefly.
23d.  The Wind N.W. very calm, fair and warm weather, the parson preached on John Ep. 1st. Chap 5th. & 3d vers.
24th.  The Wind N.N.W. blowing fresh & cold in the Morning fairer & warmer about noon, gave Owen Warmingham 9s. 6d along with the Cock Sent to Pentraeth Cocking. which I lost.

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