April 27th.  The Wind E. very cold & dry weather, dined to day at M[y r sw]

Lewis's ['Lewis's' is an insert in the margin sw] lodgings at Magdalen Gallway's, pd this Night 1s. 7d at my own lodgings ­–

28th.  The Wind W. & very cold dined at my own Lodging where it cost me 1s. 2d for meat & drink, pd David Wms. ye Attorney 3l. 3s–
29th.  The Wind variable, changeing from N.E. to S.E. fair in the – morning, when the Judge went over about 5. rained hard about 12, pd the house bill which came to 16s. gave the servants 1s. 6d. to the poor 2d. set out about 2 in the Evening & came toLLysdulas that Night, I was seemingly welcomed but no body ∎∎∎∎∎∎∎∎∎∎∎∎∎∎∎∎
30th.  The Wind N.N.W a fine calm fair day, dined at LLysdulas & set out about 5 in the Evening & came home before 7.
May 1st.  The Wind N. a fine warm fair day with a great deal of Dew this Morning–gave the parson 6d. for burying Owen John Rowland's Wife My Tenant at Bodlwyfan, called by some offering to the parson
2d  The Wind varying from N.W. to S.W. a great dew on the ground this Morning - grew cold & cloudy about i0, warm & fine weather in the evening cold again be fore night.
3d.  The Wind N.W. calm fair weather, dry & pleasant & warm withall all the day long – spent 3d for ale,gelt my Yearlings to day–
4th.  The Wind N. blowing very cold all day, pd 7d for Ale–
5th.  The Wind varying all day from E. in the Morning to N.W. before night, warm dry pleasant weather, sowing Barley all this week & the Week before, the season being very wett, kept me late before I begun at Brynddy, sowed Kidney Beans, & Pease of the Roncivall kind, great plenty of Blosoms of all Sorts this – year, but the plumbs I am afraid have mostly miscarried —


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