subscribed, some 4, some 3.2.1. <guinea> & some half a guinea, some 5s. as they were disposed. May 13th.  To day my Own servants (Viz) Nicholas Hughes, & Robert Parry began to face with sto[ne sw] the [Hedge sw] of Cae'r Fuwch Wen. that [? sw] on Brynnie Duon. Cold all ye Evening till Night. & all Night.
14th. The Wind still N.N.W. and very cold, as if in January, betwixt 6 and 7 this Morning it made a great Shower of hail for a quarter of an hour, to day I oppened a Box of Tobacco had of Thomas Bryan of Llannerchymedd, alias Llannerchy Mwd, alias Llanerch y M[e sw]ddwon [Nesta Evans has 'Mwddwon' sw] it cost me 19d a pound, it was 12l weight. from 1 a clock to 6 in the evening it rained very hard, then fair, & so continued till 1 or 2  next morning – The Wind  N.E. & by N. and very cold, about 2 a clock this Morning it rained excessive hard for near 2 hours, fair and dry the rest of the day, about sun set this day Richd Jones came home.
16th.  the Wind N.N.W. and very cold, sold Robert Davies the C[a sw]rrier half a Pegget of Oats for 3s. 6d.
17th.  The Wind all this day chopping about & changeing, very fair & pretty warm, and may be reckoned the first day of Sumer [there is a wavy line above the 'm', like a tilde sw].
18th.  The Wind N.W. and the coldest day it made this month, to day I make an End cutting turf, which I begun on Thursday, on which day I likewise begun to fallow my Pinfold at Cnewchdernog.– spend to day 1d. 2/1 for ale. about 7 in the Evening it made a great shower of hail, upon which the Wind came to S.W. and it rained very hard till 9.
19th.  The Wind W. and very cold, but a clear sky and fair the wind rose about 8, and blew very hard till 5 in the Evening when it was allayed by a very great shower of hail, which lasted near half an hour. This day William Hughes, alias y Cowper anllad, the late Sexton of this parish, (who lost the Sextonship by running out of the Countrey with a woman he had long been naught with from his wife) was married to Dorothy David being the third wife he had in the space of five months & a half: Margaret Ellis his <first> wife was buryed Decr. 4th. 1733 he was marryed to Catherine uch Richard (the Lady he lived in Criminall conversation with, in his first Wife's time) Febr. 24th. 1733 –  

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