May 29th. Whitsunday.  The Wind N.N.E. dry, & very scorching. a great Congregation to day att Llanfechell Church, & about 65 Comunicants; pd 3d for Ale after Evening Prayer.
30th.  The Wind E. blowing high, something cold, very dry & scorching, few people in Morning Service, & none at all in the Evening by reason of the abominable Custom of playing Interludes, which being so dull, stupid, & artless, in the matter, & acting, it is astonishing how any— body of comonsense [there is a line above the 'm' sw] can have the patience to behold it, besides the certain consequences of enticeing people's Servants, & makeing them unfitt for any buisness a day or two afterwards. pd. 1s. for Lobsters.
31st.  The Wind changeing all day, hot, dry & very Sultry – but calm & mild all day, very few people in church to day, occasioned (I suppose ) by yesterday's debauch.
June ist.❍5 [this is written in the margin immediately below 'June ist' sw] The Wind N. and N. N. W. the sky overcast, very dark, and cloudy, with frequent puffs of Wind, as fore- shewing rain, yet <it> made none, it was besides, excessive cold all day, My people still plowing, others of them digging & carrying stones to the wall, & some spreading the Turf that have been cut.
2d.  The Wind N.W. in the Morning, settled at W.S.W. in the Evening, cold & scorching & very dry, Mr. Owen LLoyd☞ [this symbol is in the margin opposite this line sw] Cleansed the Old Clock to day.
3d.  The Wind S.W. cold, dry & scorching, & the Wind high & boisterous, my people weeding the Corn . begun to rain about 3 in the Evening, & rained till night if not all Night. a prettygood Markett to day at LLanfechell.

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