|April 11th. The Wind changeing from one place to another almost all day, & such was the variety of warmth & cold, very cold in the morning, The Wind S.E. very warm about 10 The Wind in W & by N . cold and cloudy again in the Evening & the Wind had come to S.W. & begun to rain about 4 & continued to rain & sometimes very hard till 10 at night, Sent by William Davies 5L. to LLanerchymedd to be pd. Robert Prichard the Tanner of Pwllhely to be delivered Mrs. Lucy Wynn in full interest for 100L. to ye 28th. of February last.|
12th. ❍ 5. [this is written vertically immediately below '12th.' sw]
The Wind N.W. in the Morning, came to S.W. in the Evening, – moderately Warm & sun-shiny all day, This Day Nancy Wright my Grand-Daughter went home with her Nurse, gave the Nurse at parting 10s. 6d. her Mother & her Maid <[went sw]> to bring her some part of the way.
|13th. The Wind W & by N. cold, chilly & scorching weather– the <fields>