May 17th.  The Wind S. windy & raining in ye Morning the Evening fair & dry. went to LLanerch y medd to put in <of> John Parry's Effects an Administ[r sw]ation, & to meet Mr

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Lewis of LLysdulas to Sign Deeds of Exchange along with Cousin Morgan of Henblas as Trustees of Lands in LLanwen–llwyfo parish mortgaged heretofore to the Parson & Chruch— wardens of Llanelian, & now exchanged & given to Mr Lewis for Gwenith-fryn in LLanfechell, in the Sd Deeds those lands are appropriated to the repairs of LLanelian Church onely & to no other uses, & Cousin Morgan & I are Trustees for that purpose. expended there 1s.

18th.  The Wind S. windy, cold & rainy most part of the day I have people cutting the walks to day, & clearing the — Orchard of pernicious weeds
19th.  The Wind S. blowing very high with some rain in ye morning, my [? sw] a plentifull market at LLanfechell to day
20th.  The Wind S.W. calm, fair & warm, my people still at ye same work both at home & at Coydan .

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The Wind S.E. calm, cloudy & dark, & moderately warm; a thick fog in the Evening & something cold; a very great congregation at LLanfechell Church, the Parson preached on 2.Cor.Chap.13th. & the latter part of the 13th. vers.

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22d.  The Wind E. in the Morning, came to N.E. & N. in the Evening, dark Cloudy & something cold, tho pretty calm, made some rain in the Evening, but not much pd Dick the Gardiner to day 10s

23d.  The Wind N.E, dark, close & cloudy weather, & made a good dea[l sw] of rain, especially in the Evening, Pd. to John Wm. Sion Owen Master of a Boat 40s. to pay for 4000[s sw] Double Double Slates in Carnarvan. pd. 3d for Ale.

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