Octr. 9th.  The Wind W. S. W. blowing fresh, but sunshiny and clear & fair; the Evening blowing high, overcast and cloudy, yet made no rain; My people at the Same work of plowing for Wheat, & others of them searching for, digging up, and carrying off, Stones in the Pinfold (some of them of a very large [S sw]ize ) that interrupted the plow.
10th.  The Wind S. W.  blowing high & stormy, and raining hard from 4 in the morning till ii, fair from that time till 2, but continuall heavy rains from that ti[me sw]  [? sw] al – most next day .
11th.  The Wind S. W. calm, sun shiny, fair and dry all day.
12th.  The Wind S.W. blowing fresh, cloudy & dark, but con= -tinued dry all day. My people cutting fern & carrying it home. The rates for Cattle at Aberffraw Fair to day — was much fallen, 10s. at least in the pair. To Day Mr. William Roberts of Bodiar was marryed to Mrs. Emm Owen of Presaddved at Bodedern Church.
13th.  The Wind S.S.W. moderately calm, with a smoaky mizling rain almost all day . The Market at LLan– –erchmedd rather lower than last week. finished sowing wheat to day, being about a Pegget & half.
14th.  The Wind E. N. E. very calm with some mizling — rain in the morning; but from ii it begun to rain in earnest & rained prodigious hard from that time till night, and rained some small rain most part of the night.
15th.  The Wind E. calm, sun shiny & fair all day, and very warm for the time of the year, a very full Market to day at LLanfechell.

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