i6th.  The Wind N. blowing fresh and very cold all day, but made no rain this day ·
i7th.  The Wind S. blowing fresh, cloudy and dark all the morning & rained hard from 2 in the Evening till 5: paid 2d. for ale at Cemaes: Set Tŷ'n y LLan with its appurtenances as it is now occupyed by Wm. Griffith – (except y Weyn fawr ) to Edward Dowdal for a year at the Same rent of 4L. 6s.
i8th.  The Wind N. blowing pretty fresh and very cold all the day and rained hard from 4 in the morning till near 9 .
i9th.  The Wind N. blowing fresh and very cold all this day also, and made a · heavy shower about 4 this morning likewise: Paid Wm. Callen officer of Excise i9s. being my composition for the Duty on Malt ^and Candles^ from Midsummer next i760 to Midsummer i76i.
20th.  The Wind N. W. blowing moderate, it rained very hard this morning about 3 a' clock; the rest of the day was dry but very cold: Paid to day for Butcher's meat 2s. 8d.
2ist.  The Wind S. blowing fresh and very cold. yet sun shiny & dry all this day: My people after finishing weeding the Corn were the last 4 days of this week carrying Much from ^about^ these houses to the Pinfold at Brynclynni ( being Cae'r Iarlles.) Paid Richard Wms. Taylor is. 6d. for makeing Nine New sacks. Paid the Parson's share of the shire Hall tax being is. 5d. 2/1 & my own share of it being is.id.2/1
22d.  The Wind N.E. blowing moderate yet very cold for the time of ye year and for the most part was dark cloudy weather.
23d.  The Wind E. and little of it, yet every cold & frequent ^small^ showers of dripping rain morning and Evening -  I had a shakeing fit like an  [there are three wavy lines at a NW–SE angle crossed through horizontally in the margin opposite this line sw] Ague that held me from 6 in the Evening till half an hour past 7.
24th.  The Wind E. blowing fresh & very cold and raining almost all day. I am very sick all this day, being feverish and very low spirited: Paid John Samuel 20s. in full of his last winter's wages.
[25 sw]th.  The Wind E. S. E. blowing fresh & raining often in the morning the Evening was dry, but cloudy: Set Weyn ^fawr^ to Mr. Jones the Curate ^[?n sw] Ifan my servant Jointly^ for Seavenyears at the annual rent of one pound Seaven – teen shillings and Six pence.

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