June 28th.  The Wind N.W. sun-shiny, fair and hot all day, staid long in bed to day, and too late to go to Church.
29th.  The Wind N. E. very calm, sun shiny and extream hot all day, walked to day to Trefeilir along with Cos. Morgan and Mr. Wm. Evans the owner thereof ,and was perfectly wett with sweat by the time we returned to Henblas.
30th.  The Wind S.E. very calm, sun shiny and excessive hot all this day; kept in the house most part of this day.
July ist.  The Wind N.N.W. cloudy dark & calm, & something cool till noon; the Evening sunshiny and hot; Set – out from Henblas about 6 in the Morning and was at home by 10. gave 4s amongst the Servants at – Henblas
2d.  The Wind N. a moderate gale & cool, tho something scorching all day; To day my servants begin to carry home my turf.
3d.  The Wind N.E. blowing high & scorching prodigiously all day. a pretty good Markett to day at LLanfechell; pd. 8d. for a quarter of veal.
4th.  The Wind E. blowing fresh, a blasting, scorching wind, my people still at the Same work, of carrying turf. 
5th.  The Wind E. dark and cloudy in the morning , the Evening very Sultry attended with some rain & thunder towards night; The Parson preached on John Chap 13th. 34th. & 35th. verses.
6th.  The Wind E. calm & warm, haveing rained hard about 1 this morning .Pd. a bill drawn upon me by my Son in favour of M. Lewis for 6 guineas lent him by Morris Lewis.Ipd. it Mrs. Margaret L. of [T sw]rejerwerth. 


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