May 31s.  The Wind N. E. in the Morning, W.N.W. in the Evening calm, sweet warm weather all day, a great Dew in the Morning. my people still at the same work of sand carrying. Wm. Jones the Slater,(alias, the famous ) make [probably 'makes' as the end of the word could be lost in the binding sw] [Nesta Evans has 'makes' sw]Setting [this, underlined, is in the margin opposite this line sw] me a New Oven in the Kitchen, and a Cupboard behind the Kitchen Chimney to keep Sugar, &c. Set Tyddŷn y Weyn this day to Hugh Owen of Bodol [Voyle sw] for four years at the rent of Fifty Shillings a year. with the usuall presents .& to have all his work –Robt Prŷs of Cemas took the Tene[mt sw]. afterwards of his hands
June ist.  The Wind N.W. in the Morning very calm & hot weather all day till 7 in the Evening when the wind came to S.W. then the Sky lowered. and gathered clouds & very cold by 9 .& like to rain
2d.  The Wind W.S.W something high & cold, about noon it made some mizling rain, & continued the Same, more or less the rest of the day, the Markett at LLanerchmedd something low, the Rye 21. to 22s a pegget, Pilcorn from 17 to 18s a peggett, & Barley from 10 to 13s a pegget.
3d.  Ascension Day– [this is written in the margin below '3d.' sw] The Wind S. very calm & foggy and dark till 9 in the Morning, a clear, warm sun-shiny day continued the rest of the Day
4th.  The Wind S. fair & sultry in the Morning till Noon, and from thence till next day a mizling warm rain – & foggy. very poor meat at LLanfechell to day —
5th.  The Wind S. & SW. moderately warm, but something windy & dark & cloudy in the Evening. Sowed some kidney Beans in the Orchard, instead of them that faild. –

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