April 9th.  The Wind S. calm, cloudy and dark weather [? sw] the morning. haveing rained from 2 in the morning till 6 –the Evening fair, sun-shiny and pleasant, about 70 persons received the Sacrament to day.
i0th.  Easter Day [this is written in the margin below ' i0th.' sw] The Wind S. raining hard before day, windy, dark & cloudy afterwards, from 10 in the Morning to almost night it blew a great storm, gave 6d to a Charity Collection, the Parson preached on 2.Tim. Chap: 2d. vers. 8.
11th.  The Wind W. a calm, fair, warm day from first to last.
12th.  The Wind E. cold and scorching, but some sun-shiny & very fair had company here both these days . this day the Great Sessions begins at Beaumares.
13th.  The Wind E. blowing high and very scorching, my people still employed in fallowing for Barley . went to Day to Rhosbeirio to confer with My Sister Edwards, & my Sister Catty Bulkeley, to whom my Mother (who hath lately made up the matter with — Mr. Humphrey Parry of Pwllhalog ,after 22 yearslawsuit and of whom she is to have 1200L. paid her clear of all deduct-ions, and to pay John LLoyd of Caerwys's Bill, her Sollicitior in that cause) hath given out of that money 700L. viz. to Mrs. Edwards 600L. & to My Sister Catty 100L. I say I conferred with them about takeing an assignment of Mr. LLoyd's Mortgage from me, which is 800L. I haveing 100L. of my own to make the 700L. up 800L. they did not refuse, nor absolutely promise [?sw] advised, about the Security, and promised to let me know very soon.
14th.  The Wind E.very cold, clear, but scorching weather about 9 I Set out for Beaumares Sessions,(haveing begun to sow Barley to day, ) came to Bwlch Gwyn about 12 where I paid 3d. for Ale, came to Town about 2 where I dined, and paid for – meat & drink 1s. 4d. gave Abraham Jones that attended me 1s. pd David Wms of Bodelwyn, that collected the Light Tax for LLanvechell 6s.

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