April 6th.  The Wind S.W. dark and cloudy, and very cold in the morning, set out from LLysdulas at 7. came to Beaumares by 10. Went to Court about one, but for want of the foreman's attending, The Grand Jury was not sworn in ye Morning Court; Went to the Evening Court at 5 when the following persons were sworn of the Grand Jury. Nicholas Baily of Plâs Newŷdd Esqr Foreman, Wm. Bodvell of Beau - -mares Esqr. Wm; Lewis of LLysdulas Esqr. Thomas Rowlands of Caera Esqr. Robert Wms. of Pwll y Crochan Esqr. Wm. Bulkeley of Brynddu Esqr. John Griffith of Carreg Lŵyd Esqr. Hugh Hughes of Plâs Coch Esqr. Robt. Bulkeley of Gronant Esqr. Robert Owen Pencraig Esqr. Richard Hughes of Castell[j sw]or Esqr. Robt. Owen of Marrian Esqr. Hugh Jones of Cwminod, John Jones of Tre follwyn, John Bulkeley of Porthamel, Thomas Morris of Rhydgroes, Richard Wms. of Carrog, Owen Roberts of Cleiviog, Rowland Hughes of LLigŵy, – Lewis Hughes of Neuadd, David LLoyd of Hên Eglŵys Lewis LLoyd of Maes y Porth, Thomas Mredyth of – Celliniog Gentlemen , dropp'd 6d. in the glove, dined at my Lodging where it cost me for meat & drink 3s. and 1s. for my man.
7th.  The Wind S.S.W. blowing fresh, and a mizling rain frequen -tly most part of the day, buisness done at the Grand Jury room to day was finding 3 Bills of Indictment against Fellons; pd. at my Lodging for me & my man 4s. 6d.
8th.  The Wind S.S.W. calm, dark & cloudy, haveing rained very hard some hours before day; made a very fair warm Evening pass'd 2 bills of Indictment against the fellows that stole ye Sails & Riggin of the Ship at LLanvaelog, gave 6d. for a poor relation at Beaumares School, pd. for me & my man 4s. 6d.

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