August 24th. The Wind E. a calm, warm, sunshiny fair day, haveing delivered the Examinations & Recognizances about the Murder to the proper officers last night. I had little else to day but walking about the Town, I dined at my lodging, where for ordinary & extraordinary it cost me 3s. & 1s. I paid last night
25th.  The Wind N. W. calm, sun shiny & prodigious hot & Sultry all day, haveing made up the matter with Mr. John Owen; he stopped further proceeding in ye Eject[mt sw] upon being pd. 2 years Interest. which were in Arrears being 40 pounds, Wright had sent to ye Tenant to pay 20L. had drawn a Bill on Ld. Bulkeley for 10L. which J.O. once took for part,but afterwards flinched, being told by Cook ye Ld. Steward that he could not tell when he could pay them, & another 10L. bîll he had drawn on Mossom, but that man not being in the Countrey,I was forced to be answerable to J. O. for that 10L. about 6 in the Evening Mr. Lewis & I set out for LLysdulas & came there about 9 much fatigued, haveing pd in my lodging to day 7s. 6d.
26th.  The N.W. very calm & sunshiny in the morning & excessive hot, was dark & cloudy in the Evening, but very hot, gave 3s. amongst the Servants at LLysdulas from whence I set out for home about 5,and was home by night.
27th.  The Wind N.E. blowing fresh, but sun shiny and sultry all day, there was but a small market to day at LLanfechell.

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