June 21st.  The Wind S.W. blowing high, with flying clouds, and from 9 to ii. it made severall very heavy showers of rain; the Evening fair & dry. gave Wm. Davies yesterday 6d. to go to ye woman of Nant y Brain's funerall; pd. Abraham Jones's Shop Bill, being 10s. 4d.2/1. Pd. George Warmingham 10s. of his wages. had to day an acct. that my Daughter was safely delivered of a Girl, which they intend to Christen Jane.
22d.  The Wind S.W. raining very hard before day, and made considerable rain afterwards about 5 in ye morning – all the rest of the day was sun shiny & fair, and blowing a brisk gale.
23d.  The Wind S.W. not blowing high, but a thick fog in the Morn – ing, and raining very hard from 6 to 8. Set out about 2 in the Evening for Bodorgan to wait upon Mr. Meyrick; came there about 6, where I was civilly entertained, & ye company — sat up till 2 in the morning .
24th.  The Wind S.S.W. cloudy in the morning, & very sultry all day, we made merry all this day & till very late at night.
25th.  The Wind W. & by S. some rain in the morning; all the rest of the day sun-shiny, fair & very hot; I pd. this day to Mr. Meyrick 39L. 18s. being money he had lent my Son in London .
26th.  The Wind W. S. W. close, cloudy weather in the morning & very Sultry, the Evening sun - shiny & fair; Sat up all this night, with young Mr. Meyrick.
27th.  The Wind W. & by N. exceeding calm, warm & fair all ye morning; instead of going to bed, young Mr. Meyrick & I about 6 took a walk to Trefry to see Mr. Edmund Meyrick; dined there, and returned to Bodorgan, on horsback about 5 in the Evening well wetted it haveing rained hard all the Evening, smoaked a pipr at Bodor – – gan & went this night to Henblas. gave amongst the Servants at Bodorgan 4s.

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