April 26th.  The Wind W. in the Morning, came to E. in the Evening, a fair, calm dry day, & made no rain –
27th.  The Wind N.E. fair & dry, but my ground not dry enough to be sowed at Brynclynni, my people employed in fenceing about the corn, others carrying Gorse home; to Day my Yearling Calfs were gelt. being 9 in number.
28th.  The Wind N.E. blowing very cold & scorching all day – my people plowing to day at Brynclynni, but will not be sown till it dryes more, a poor Markett to day at LLan — - fechell.
29th.  The Wind S.E. dark & cloudy, & the Air cold and raw, my people still at the same work of plowing; to night Gabriel Jones came home from Leverpool from bringing my Son in Law & Daughter there, & left them all well, together with my own Son who came along with them home from Flintshire, being there in his way home from London
30th.  The Wind variable all day from S.W. to N.E. dark & cloudy withall & something cold in the Evening, a very great Congre – -gation at LLanfechell Church & a long service, there being 2 Burialls, a Christening & a woman Churched.
May ist.  The Wind still variable, cloudy in the Morning, but afterward a clear, sun - shiny, hot day till 3 in the Evening , when it became very cold, & continued so the rest of the day, —– To day I finished sowing & harrowing all my Barley, & turned all my Cattle to grass.
2d.  The Wind S.S.W. fair, sun–shiny & warm all day, my people fenceing betwixt the grazeing ground & ye Corn–
3d.  The Wind S.E. close, cloudy weather & very warm, To day was ye first meeting of the Jacobite Club at LLanerchymedd for this year, where all the noted Tories & Jacobites of this Countrey have constantly met once a month these 2 years, & this year Mr. Lewis of LLysdulas entered himself amongst them.

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