13th.  The Wind W.S.W. a dirty mizling rain often this day, went to the Play house in Ransford Street [there is no Ransford Street in Dublin, but there was a theatre in Rainsford Street sw] to see the Royal Merchant or the Beggar's Bush acted, cost me 2s. 10d.Ir. pd. 13d. for Spunges
14th.  The Wind S.W. fair & dry. in ye Day time but rained at Night.
15th.  The Wind S.W. rained all day long, dined these 3 last days atCo[z sw].Parry
16th.  The Wind E. fair & Dry, dined to day at Mr. Ben Parry–
17th.  The Wind S.E fair in the Morning but rained before night, & in the Night. pd 3d for Ale, & 18d Ir. for Pig tail tobacco.
18th.  The Wind W.S.W. fair in ye Morning, but rained all the Evening spent 13d to day

19th.   5❍∣ [this is written vertically in the margin between '19th.' and '20th' sw]

The Wind S.E. a fair dry day, Patrick Welsh came to Town & pd me 6L.Ir.value, & I allowed him 8s.1[2/1/ sw] Ir. for surveying the lands 

20th  The Wind S.E. fair & dry. Welsh pd,1L. 7s. 6d Ir. value more — spent 7d to day–
21st.  The Wind S.S.E fair & dry pd. Mary Bulkeley one Guinea.spent 3d bought Mr. Henry Morgan of Henblas 100. English Elm of Mr. Walker, And Mr. Parry pd for them 1L. 5s. 6d. Ir.
22d.  The Wind S.S.E fair and dry in the Morning, cold & cloudy in the Evening,& rained hard with a great Storm before day pd 3d for Ale ['for Ale' is underlined sw]

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