June ist.  The Wind W. blowing fresh and cold, Pd. Jane Owen 26s. for her Brother in law Griffith – Rowland, Set out about 9 for Mr. Lloyd of LLoydiarth's burying, haveing last night an invitation by Letter to be one of the bearers, he dyeing of a Deep Dropsy could not be kept a longer time, the company was not great, but what there was, were all people of fashion, it being LLanerchmedd Fair day, Curate of Amlwch(where he was buryed had 5L. i0s. offering, all in silver, but 2 pieces of Gold, the bearers were Mr. Rowlands of Caera, Mr. Jones Plas Gwyn, Mr. Hughes of Plâs Côch, Mr. Griffith of LLanddyfnan, Mr. Meyrick of Trefri & my self, the Mourners that wore black – Cloaks were, Mr. Hughes the Chancellour of Bangor Mr. Lewis of LLysdulas, Mr. Griffith of Carreg lŵyd & Mr. Francis Wynn of Tin - llŵydan , gave the Curate 2s. 6d. the Sexton 1s. & pd. 3d. for Ale at Amlwch.
2d.  The Wind S.W. a dirty, rainy day almost from – morning to night, Sold 6 of my Oxen to Mr. Richard Hughes of Castellior the Drover for iiL. 12s. 6d. a pair & am to send them too-morrow & deliver them to his Pentir at LLandrygarn.
3d.  The Wind W. & by N. a dry, clear, sun-shiny day, my people to day take out, & carry to Coydan from Cemae[s sw] the Slates I bought at Carnarvan · rained very hard – most of this night till far in the next day.

4th.  The Wind W. clear, fair & dry, a very great congregatio[n sw] at LLanvechell Church; haveing last week set up benches 

[this symbol is in the margin opposite this line sw] on ye right of Pen y bont & Tyddyn y Weyn, I ordered ye Tenant of ye same to sit thereon; & turned out Hester Bulkeley & her Daught[er sw] from thence, Delivered Wm Davies 5L. 16s. to go too morrow to Car=narvan to buy me what I chose out of the patterns sent me—

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