Sepr. 13th.  The Wind N. blowing high & exceeding cold & raw weather, especially in the Morning; The Evening Sun shiny & a little more moderate. This Evening was buryed Mr. William Rowlands of Caera [there is a large gap between this word and the next entry sw]
14th.  The Wind W. warm & moderately calm; & raining a small mizling rain all the morning; the Evening dry till 5, then rain again. Newborough Fair proved but indiffer - ent to day . pd. Joseph ap Robert Lewis 3d. for mending my cloaths.
15th.  The Wind N.W. blowing fresh & dry. Porthaethwy Fair to day proved very good, and a great many bought.
16th.  The Wind W. & by N. blowing fresh & generally Sun– –shiny, but cold & dry, Paid the Collector of LLanddeusant Church tax 7s. 4d. for my lands in that parish. 


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The Wind E. calm, sun shiny, warm and very fair all day, A very full Market to day at LLanfechell Paid Thomas Davies & his Brother Wm. Davies Eighteen shillings & Eleven pence Chief Rent for my lands in LLanddeusant.

18th.  The Wind E. moderately calm, sunshiny &fair all day: My people all this week are thatching the Corn and hay . Paid 2d for fish. it is so very dry that very few Water Mills can turn already.

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