had a mizling rain all the way, a very great company, & a good deal

17th. [this is in the margin opposite this line sw] of meat, & pretty good Drink, pd. down 17s 6d. to the Spoons, 1d for Cocking [this is written in the margin opposite this line sw] Meat & 1s. for Drink. 2s to the feeder, lost the first Battel. Mr.—— affected an extraordinary coolness towards me, & assumed to himself extraordinary Grandeur & Superiority, was at home by 10 at night    Money [this is written in the margin opposite this line sw] Cousin Harry Hughes pd. me to day 5 Guineas & half.

18.th  The Wind N.N.W the Weather hot & dry or Sultry, & cloudy most part of the day, a poor Market at LLanfechell, pd. 6d. for Ale.
19th.  The Wind N.W. very calm & hot weather all this day, begun to mow hay, pd. 3d for Ale.
20th.  The Wind N.W. calm weather & exceeding hot. the Parson preached on John Chap 13th. verses 34. & 35. pd. 6d for Ale–
21th.  The Wind N.W. very calm & cloudy weather, Set out about 10 for the Cocking at Amlough. when it cost me 4s. 6d. came home by night sufficiently fatigued.
22d.  The Wind N. a calm and very hot Day form morning to night my people carryed Sand till i0, & from that time till night they ☞ [this pointing hand symbol is in the margin, pointing at this line sw] raked Hay. Dr. Wynne of Bodewryd, his wife and a great number of people walked the mears of Cerrig Mân Ye Lands they have in Croes fechan, among whom were David Wms.. of Bodelwyn, Humphrey Mostyn, Watkin Wm. Watkin, Thomas Edwards of Cae Mawr, Richard Owen of Caerdegog isaf (alias) [N sw]ef. the Wife & Children of Richard Roberts of Cerrig Iago. & the wife & Children of Henry John Lewis of Bwlch. the 2 Sons of Owen Warmingam ye Smith. Edward, and George. The Shewers were John Ellis ap Pugh, John— Owen Pierce of Bodronyn, and Jane Williams of LLan- - rhuddlad. they had Ale their belly fulls, & fudled their [h sw]oses–

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