Whitsunday [this is written in the margin opposite this entry]  

June 6th.  The Wind E. calm, Sun shiny warm and pleasant in the morning; the Evening grew cloudy and overcast, and very– cold before night, but made no rain: One hundred persons being neither more nor less communicated at LLanfechell Church to day. gave is. [1/- sw] to a Collection for a poor & very old Man one John Arthur– of LLanfachreth who is 94 years of Age and bedrid.

7th.  The Wind S. W. blowing moderate, but cold and raining more or less all the morning and till 3 in the Evening: the rest of the day was dry, but very cold: Paid Morus ’Puw 3L. i9s. for a Cow my man bought of him .
8th.  The Wind W. & by S. blowing pretty fresh and very cold all day for the time of the year; was generally Sun Shiny, but dry all day.
9th.  The Wind W. S. W. blowing fresh and cold, but dry and generally– dark & cloudy.
i0th.  The Wind E. & by N. blowing moderate, but very cold, yet generally Sun shiny and dry all day: To day I sheared my Sheep, & was obliedged to house them for the cold weather.
iith.  The Wind W. blowing moderate & not very cold, generally Sun Shiny and dry: Paid Rhŷs Bentir 2s. for a quarter of Veal & a Side of Lamb.

i2th. ❍ 5 [this is written vertically in the margin under 'i2th.' sw]  

The Wind W. S. W. blowing moderately cloudy dark & cold all the morning with a moist driveing fog bordering on rain, but made none: My people this week employed in stocking up Gorse & carrying them home & stacking them for fuel·

i3th.  The Wind S. W. blowing fresh and cold, dark and cloudy weather – all day, and rained hard about i in the Evening and made severall– heavy showers afterwards: The Priest preached on Deut: Chap: 32d. verse 29th.  Paid the Priest 3s. for straw, and to Wm. David Parry 8s. 6d. for straw.
i4th.  The Wind S. blowing high and generally dark and cloudy all day– and cold for the time of the year·

i5th.  The Wind S. and blowing very high and stormy, but sun shiny & scorching wind all day: gave is. 6d. at the Burying of Edward Warmingham & spent 6d. for ale at Cemaes: Sent this day by  

☞ [this pointing symbol is in the margin opposite this line sw] Mr. Francis Dorset 328L. i0s. to pay Mr. Meyrick the principal gave Mr. Dorset 2 Guineas for his pains .

i6th.  The Wind S. blowing moderate, some Shine shine, but generally dark and cloudy and cold for the time of the year: Paid Thomas Jones the Chanter 2s. 8d. for a pound of Tea [. sw]gaveAnnWright i0s. who went today to visit to Penrhose

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