16.  with Mr. Bulkeley the Parson, David Wms. of Bodelwyn, William Hughes of Wylfa, Owen Lloyd of Rhosbeirio ye Salt Officer, & some of ye Players, after which we went home, haveing finished Easter Holy-Days Innocently & merrily.
17.  A fine warm morning, the wind still Easterly, but very little of it, a great Dew fell last night, and a great shower of rain this – morning. gave a shilling to Mary Evans being my poor relation, she being daughter of Margarett Wms. of Carrog. spent a shilling for ale
18  The Wind still Easterly & very warm fair weather, sold 6 peggets of the best Barley to Wm. Mathew for 18s a pegget, & 1 pegget to Robert Owen of Tyddyn Jo[ce sw]yn for the same price stayed all this day (God forgive me in an alehouse cost me 2s. 6d. for ale. great dew fell this night.
19.  The Wind Easterly still, and this morning pretty very cold, to day I sowed the first Kidney beans. Some of the Tulips are opened for blossom- to day I sett out for Beaumares Sessions, came to town three a clock in the afternoon, the Grand Jury Just come from Court who were Wm. Bodwell of Madryn Esqr. Foreman, John Owen of Presaddfed Esqr. Thomas Rowlands of Caera Esqr. Wm. Lewis of Llysdulas Esqr. John Griffiths of Carreg Lŵyd Esqr. John Griffith of lLanddyfnan Esqr. Hugh Hughes of Plâs Côch Esqr. Henry Morgan of Henblas Esqr. Thomas Roberts of Bodiar Esqr. Wm. Lewis Trysclŵyn, Mr. Richd. Hughes of Cefn, Mr. David Owen late of Trefeilir, Hugh Hughes of lLandrygarn Gent. Mr. David Lloyd Junior of Hên Eglŵys, Mr. Thomas Ellis of Tay Croesion, Mr. Richard Wms. of Eiranell, Mr. Wm. Vickers of Plâs Ucha Mr. Thomas Morris of Rhydgroes Mr. William Hughes of Wylfa. Pd. 6d. for my Dinner, & 1s for ale.
20.  The Wind E. and scorching dry. I was served this morning with a Supœna out of Chancery at the suit of Lewis Trysclŵyn. gave Mr Lloyd of lLŵydiarth 10s. 6d. retaining ffee in that Chancery Suit –

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