June 8th.  The Wind E. blowing high, very hot & scorching sun shiny and clear Air all day: my people are all this week carrying Sand on Cae ’sgubor Goedan as they were likewise the last week; others of them were weeding the Corn: pd 14d. for a quarter of Veal & 6d. for fish ·
9th.  The Wind E. blowing high, Sun shiny hot and scorching all day. and no dew at all nor night nor morning: The Priest preached on Rom: Chap: 8th. & the last part of the 6th. verse.
i0th.  The Wind E . & by N. blowing moderate, Sun shiny and very hot all day, & no dew this morning. pd. Owen Hughes the Taylor 6d. for mending my cloaths:
iith.  The Wind E. blowing fresh, Sun shiny, clear Air & very fair, yet not so hot and Sultry as the preceding days: Paid Owen Hughes one of the Men that manages Mr. Rowlands of Porth llondy'sShip 2 pounds fifteen shillings for two loads of Red Wharf Sand.
12th  8● [this is written vertically in the margin below '12th' sw] The Wind N. in the morning blowing very moderate, Sun shiny hot and Sultry. about 3 in the Evening the Wind came to S. and blew from that point the rest of the day : pd. Grac[e sw] uch Wm. David iis. 8d. which she pretended my Mother owed her: & pd. Lewis Hughes 5s. for two Isle of Man Handkerchiefs & 5s. for a pound weight of Tea .
13th.  The Wind S. blowing fresh, Sun shiny, hot and Sultry till 4 in the Evening when it grew cloudy and overcast, yet made no rain: Paid Thomas Bryan's Bill in full being 3 pounds 3 shillings. 
14th.  The Wind W. blowing high, cloudy and dark in the morning till i0, and very cold; the rest of the day was Sun shiny and warm — Paid Mrs. Jones of Carnarvon's Bill for things had to my Mother's funerall, being forty one pounds, I pd. it to one Mr. Richard- Williams who looks after her shop .
i5th.  The Wind S. blowing fresh and whistling, and generally cloudy and- overcast most part of the day, yet made no rain, tho much wanted if it please God to give it, three of my people are at the same work as before carrying Sand all this week, others of them are weeding the corn: pd. Cousin Humphrey Mostyn's bill being 2 pounds iishill [ii shillings sw]. Sent by him to Chester 5 Guineas to buy me some things I wanted.
i6th.  The Wind S. blowing high, hot & scorching & generally Sun shiny, made a small– shower about 4 of a very short continuance: Delivered Cos: Humph ·Mostyn 3 Guineas and half more to buy me things in Chester ·

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