May 6th. 1735.  The Wind N. & N.W. cold & scorching pd. 1d½ for Ale at Cemaes, where I bought of one Rogers an Isle of Man— smugler 10 pieces of short round pieces of Ash for 20s–spent for Ale 6d
7th.  The Wind N.W, high & very cold, The Market to day at LLanerchymedd pretty high, Barley Sold from i9 to 23s a pegget, pd. 6d to the Taylor Robert Prŷs of Cerrig yr Eiryn for mending my cloaths—
8th.  The Wind N.W. still very cold dark & cloudy weather, to day I turned out my Milch Cows to grass, & also finished sowing of Barley, onely [a sw] Wet piece of ground in Coydan Park under the Barn, that I can't sow [a sw] fortnight yet, about 2 acres.
9th.  The Wind Still W.N.W. very cold dark & cloudy, poor meat at the Market in LLanvechell, great asking for Potatoes, & sold for 9d. & 10d. a Cibbin, pd. Catherine Parry of LLandyfrydog 3L. for Salt &c. bought of Richd Owen a Quarter of Veal for 6d. bought of Owen Hughes the Pedlar 2 peny [there is a line above the 'n' sw] worth of Spinage, Radish, & cressess Seeds—
10th.  The Wind W.N.W. in ye Morning, & settled in ye N. in ye Evening – blowing high & very cold, to day my own Servants began to enclose part of Cae'r chwarel, at[? sw][not sure if there is another letter between the 't' and the full stop sw]. Cae'r Odyn Galch, being that part of it next ye East, adjoining to ∎∎. David Wms. Lands, by drawing a Hedge from ye stone wall a littleabove ye Lime Kiln to the stone wall by Lane ysgibor bach, for a close or Pinfold to to milk the Cows in Sumer [there is a line above the 'm' sw] & to fold them in the Nights –today John Prichard — came to my service. a lad from Penrhos: LLigŵy

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The Wind N.W. very cold, dark & cloudy, sharp scorching– weather, The Parson preached on Exodus Chap. 20.vers.7th sometime last night my Fox broke his Chain, & run away, & tho I sent my servants with the Dogs to 2 or three different ways to seek him, yet could not find him, nor get any tideings of him ______made some rain this night before morning -

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