|July 14th. The Wind W. blowing fresh all day; made no rain, but continued fine weather for the hay from Morning to night : A full Market at LLanerchmedd to day & the Corn something risen.|
|15th. The Wind N. W, very calm & dry, tho cloudy all day Sowed Turnip in the Garden (where Pease had been )for the first time|
|16th. The Wind early in the Morning at N. very calm & clear; and as my Mowers-told me a hoar frost on the grass,& freezed in lumps on their Scythes, the wind came to S. about 5 in the morning & grew cloudy & dark, but made no rain, the Evening very warm, sunshiny & clear, yet it made a great deal of rain sometime in the night; Paid George ap Hugh Thomas the Tinker 6d for a Bee hive, &2d for Tinker's work; Paid 3s. 6d. for Books I had from London.|
17th. The Wind S. W. raining more or less almost all the morning; the Evening dark & cloudy, but made no rain dureing the day; Some of my people all this wet day
☞ [this pointing hand symbol is in the margin, pointing at this line sw] are carrying Sand, and others of them are n[e sw]w makeing the threshing floor in the Barn at home here.
|18th. The Wind S.W. raining prodigious hard about 2 in the morning till after sun rise, dry afterwards mostly till 12 when it rained again excessive hard by turns till 3 in the Evening & the Wind blowing high at the same time . the rest of the day dark, hazy misty weather.|
|19th. The Wind S. W. blowing a rank storm all day,& raining hard about 8 in the morning; all the rest of the day dry but very stormy.|