September 8th.  The Wind E. & by N. calm in the morning & blowing fresh & generally Sun shiny from 10 a clock till night; carryed in the Small Oats to Coydan Barn being 145 shocks.
9th.  The Wind E. blowing fresh all day except a little in the morning & about Sun Set, sun Shiny, fair & dry ; my people finished to day binding all the barley at Ferem & Brynclyi [there is a line over the 'yi' sw]
10th.  The Wind S. blowing fresh and generally cloudy &dark, but continued dry all day; carryed into day all my Corn at home_ being 204 shocks of Barley and a great quantity of Peas and Vetches. All my Barley this year at home and Coydan was 607 shocks, 278 shocks of Great Oats, 45 shocks of Rye & 145 shocks of small Oats, and a good stack of Peas.
iith. ●6 [this is written vertically immediately below 'iith.' sw] The Wind S. and raining excessive hard from ^long before^ Sun rise and that without intermission till hear i0 when the wind came to W. and blew fresh and dryed well the rest of the day: The Priest preached on Deut: Chap 32d. vers. 29th. most part of which Sermon was from the common Topic of the Eternity of Hell Torments.
i2th.  The Wind S. W. blowing fresh and cold, generally sun shiny & drying well all day; my people begin to thatch the Corn.
13th.  The Wind S. blowing fresh and cold all day, and cloudy,dark weather, but continued dry all day: I made another plant –ation of Broccoli lest those planted the 17th. of last month should not prove well ·
14th.  The Wind S. blowing fresh and made 3 or 4 sharp showers – from 9 to i0; the rest of the day was dry but cold, carryed in to day all the great Oats at Cnewchdernog being 240 shocks & the rest of the Barley there being 7i shocks, & a great part of the small oats, which was 200 shocks : Paid John Crawford a Scotch Pedlar 4s. 6d. for 3 Cotton Night Caps; Paid Margarett Sion Gowper 2s. 1d 2/1 for 9 Ducks, pd. 10d. for a pound of flax Wick & 2d. for Herrings ·
15th.  The Wind S. very moderate, but cold & generally cloudy and dark, especially in the Evening : finished to day carrying all the rest of the Small Oats at Cnewchdernog together with the Peas there: Pd. the Collector of the King's Chief Rent in this County 18s. iid. for my lands in LLanddeusant·
16th.  The Wind S.W. blowing fresh, & cold, and raining hard from [12 sw]in the morning till 3 in the afternoon when the wind came to W. & blew fresh and drying well, but very cold.

Hawlfraint © Archifau a'r Llyfrgell Gymreig, Prifysgol Bangor LL57 2DG
Copyright © Archives and Welsh Library, Bangor University LL57 2DG