October 10th.  the Wind W. & by N. Cold & dry, but fair & pleasant weather for the time of the year, my people at the same work still on the farm, my Gardiner all this time cleansing the walks & the borders—
11th.  The Wind N.W. variable weather all this day, Sent some steers to Aberffraw fair,(which is tomorrow ) which are to lodge to night at Henblas.
12th.  ●7 [this is written in the margin immediately below '12th.' sw] The Wind N. cold & dry weather, with some showers of hail in the Evening, went out to day with my Gun with Cos. Hen. Hughes, flushed one Woodcock <at Cae'r Mynŷdd ucha> shott at him and missed him, the Dog Ranter putting him up at too great a distance, but being the first I saw this year I . let fly after him at a venture. the Fair at Aberffraw proved very poor in respect of rates, but a great many were Sold, two steers of mine were Sold for 4L. 5s a pair.
13th.  The Wind N.N.E. fair ,pleasant, & dry weather, my people still carrying of Muck with two Carts, to day my Servants begun to Sow Rye in the Pinfolds of Cnewch =dernog. pd. 1d. for Eggs
14th.  The Wind N. calm, fair & pleasant all day, went to LLan- -erchymedd to the Doctor's Child's Christening, staid there till 8 & was at home by ½an hour past 9. gave there to the Nurse & Midwife 5d.
15th.  The Wind S.W. raw cold weather & some showers of rain my people still at the same work as before: I recived the following Cpies of Verses, which deserve here a place. the Author makes and Apology for writeing <the first> of them in the following manner——  

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