July 28th.  The Wind S. & by W. cold, dark & cloudy all the Morning, cleared up about noon, but rained afterwards - most part of the Evening, my people still at ye same worke as before.
29th.  The Wind S.W. dark & cloudy & cold all the Morning & made a great shower of rain about 6. made a very great shower – afterwards about i0 which brought the Wind to N.W. & very cold. Robert Pugh the Curate of LLanbadrick read service here to day & preached on Prov. Chap. 14th. & ye first part of the 14th. vers. a poor weak discourse, but it was very short being onely 12 – minuets discourse; The Parson was gone to officiate for Harry Wms. ye Parson of LLanfaethly who had gone from ye Bishop's Visitation at Beaumares last Tuesday to see his Son Hugh Wms. of Pentir in Carnarvanshire.
30th. The Wind W. dark & cloudy in the Morning, & ye Evening fair, warm & pleasant, my people employed in carrying the Oats to Cemaes sold Wm. Peters of Amlough, sent 13 Lobsters alive - by him for my Daughter at Liverpool, & a Bagg of Samphire, gave the Mate 1s. for takeing care of them, pd. 1s. for Ale there.
31st.  The Wind W. fair, clear warm weather all day, with a – great dew, my people while the dew was on ye ground carrying Turf home from Coydan, & all the rest of the day in ye hay. made a pretty good fair to day at Aberffraw, a great many sold, but the Rates not extraordinary, Sold there 4 Steers for 20L. 5s. 00d. the Refuse of those sold to Hugh LLoyd in June last
August 1st.  The Wind N. Cold, dark & cloudy all day, accompanyed with some showers of rain morning & Evening, my people employed to day in carrying home the Turf. To Day I begin to lay out, and trench the rest of the little field by the orchard for a Kitchen Garden which was begun the 29th of Novr. 1737. Sowed to day severall sorts of Lettuces, Spinnage, Cresses, Radishes, Onions, Carrots & Turn[e sw]ps, Cabbage & Cauly flower Seeds.


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