May 18th.  The Wind W. a warm clear fine Morning–& continued so all ye Day-spent 1s. for Ale at poor Dorothy's house –
19th.  The Wind S.W. pretty high, and something cold, sowing of Barley to day in ye Wet Bottom in Coydan Park, ∎[presume '&' under this blot sw] ye Wet Ends of Cae ty'n y LLŵyn -
20th.  The Wind S.W. blowing high & very Cold, all ye Morning Rusty & misty Weather, made Some Showers of Rain from 12 to 4 in ye Evening, ye Rest of ye Day Sun Shiny but cold, to Day Margaret Williams the Housekeeper came home -
21st.  The Wind W.N.W. very cold, rusty & raining in ye Morning pulled down ye Old Roof of the house at Ferem to make it an[ew sw] weeding & cleaning my Gardens every day – the Market to day at LLanerchymedd was lower considerably that ye last, about Noon ye wind came to ye. N, & blew high & prodigious cold all ye rest of ye Day and all night.
22d.  The Wind N.W. & by N. blowing very cold, cloudy & dark weather all ye Morning with some showers of rain, to day I blooded the Horses, & to day I turned 8 fatening Oxen to Cae'r Iarlles, ye other [being sw] vicious was turned to ye Milch Cows, to day my Servants begun to plow the Pinfold at Clwchdernog: Roger Hughes & my own Servants begun to day to dig stones in ye Quarry to finish the Wall of Brynne Duon:
23d.  The Wind N.E. & by N. Dark cloudy weather & very cold, blowing fresh all day, made some little rain before sun rise, cleared up in the Evening, but still very cold, a pretty good Markett to day att LLanfechell, bought a hind quarter of Veal & paid for it 14d. & a fore quarter of Mutton & paid for it 12d.
24th.  The Wind N.N.E. very cloudy & dark all the Morning, and excessive cold, the Evening clear, but still cold, pd Richard Jones the Gardiner 30s of his first half year's Wages –

Whitsunday 25th ❍ 1 [this is written in the margin immediately below '25th' sw]

The Wind N. Dark cloudy weather, & very calm & moderately warm rained all the Morning a fine warm rain, ye Evening colder dry & fair no sermon to day, gave 12d to ye Collection for the poor at ye Sacrament. a burying of a Child from [Cefen sw] Helyg at ye Evening Service, ye first I ever saw here

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