March 22d.  The Wind E.N.E. fair, warm & pleasant in the Morning – about noon overcast & cold & continued so the rest of the Day. Received a Letter from John Bulkeley Bwchanan Ld. Bulkeley's Agent containing the Words following (Viz) Sr. Baronhill [there is a mark above the 'n' that might be an apostrophe sw] March the 21st. 1738 — My Lord desires the favour of your Company here at Nine of the Clock next Saturday Morning, in order to be one of the Bearers to attend my Late Lord to his Grave ; I am Sr. your most _ Obedient Servt. and Kinsman John Bulkeley: Lent Row. ap [Probt sw] of Tŷ dan y Craig 1s. 6d. to pay the Land Tax.
23d.  The Wind E.N.E. Sun-shiny & fair, but sharp cold Wind; a full — Markett to day at LLanfechell; pd. Sian uch Sion Rolant, alias Sian y Sebon, alias Sian Sibio 4s.6d.for 13 pound weight of ordinary Irish Candles to save my own for common use.
24th.  The Wind E. blowing very cold & a great hoar frost this Morning as this thick as moderate Snow, was a Horseback this Morning half an hour after. 5 to go to Ld Bulkeley's burying, came to Town by 10. & haveing cleaned by Boots, and put on my best Wig; I mounted my horse again to go up to Barn hill (understanding after I came to Town that the Bearers were to accompany the Hearse on horsback) being come there & conducted to the Mourning Room to condole with the present Lord,(who were present with him as Mourners his 2 Unkles Dr. Thomas Price of Rhiwlas & Mr. Lewis Atkinson & his Servt. John Bulkeley of Bwchanan ) which being done, I was conducted to the Room where the bearers were, who were Mr. Rowlands of Caera, Mr. Richard LLoyd of Rhosbeirio, Mr. Morgan of Henblas Mr. Lewis LLysdulas, Mr. Griffith of LLanddyfnan, Mr. Hughes of Plâs Côch, Mr Jones of Pentraeth, Mr. Williams of Tŷ-frŷ, Mr. Wynne of LLanwnda, Mr. Roberts of Brŷn-y-Neuadd, Mr. Edmund Meyrick of Trefrŷ, Mr. John Rowlands of Porth-llongdy. Son to Mr. Harry Rowlds. Author or Mona Antiqua, Lewis Trysclwyn & my Self; & 4 Clergy-men (3 of whom were Batchelours, tho care was taken to have all the Lay Gentlemen Marryed men ) the Clergy were — LLoyd a younger. Son of Gwrŷch & Parson of LLanuwchlyn in Merioneth Shire in ye Neighbourhood of Rhiwlas, Robert LLoyd Parson of Aber, Owen LLoyd Parson of LLansadwrn, & Thomas Owen Parson of Rhoscolyn & Schoolmaster of Beaumares, who had  -

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