June 15th.  The Wind N. and by W. blowing fresh & cold, and very scorching all day betwixt the Wind & theSun. The parson preached on 2 Cor. Chap 10th. vers. 12th. herein keeping his promise that he would not for the future make ye Sermon– preached on Barnabas day serve for the Sermon due by due course the Sunday following; which see in Pag: 360.
16th.  The Wind W. & by N. very calm and warm, with a fine dew this morning, and the Sun shined hot all day till 3 in ye Evening when it begun to rain and rained a warm soft mizling rain till night; Paid Jane Owen, Nancy Wright's Nurse 10s. which she had laid out by my orders for things the Child wanted, & gave her 2s. 6d. she going off to day with the Child who had been here above a fortnight for the conveniency of being washed in ye Sea every day [for sw] pursuant to ye Doctor's advice for breaking out in Biles [A law dictionary of 1701 gives 'A bile (or Ulcer)' sw].
17th.  The Wind N.W. very calm, warm and sultry, but generally dark and cloudy all day; about 10 I set out to LLanerchmedd to Join Mr. Lewis in hearing informations against persons offending against the Laws of Excise,& was at home by 10 .
18th.  The Wind N.N.W. calm, sun-shiny & hot all day, The Market at LLanerchmedd very full; Barley at 24s. Pilcorn at 34s Rye at 31 or 32 and Wheat from 37 to 40s. a pegget, a great deal bought, and enough kept afterwards unsold.
19th.  The Wind N.W. calm,sun-Shiny and very hott all day – even to Sun-setting , went to day to Cemaes to See a Boat load of Timber, bought 23 large round Oak, 16 small ones & 24 pieces of sowed tîmber, some Rafters, Joyces, plank&c for 5L. 7s.6d. pd. 6d. for Ale.
20th.  The Wind N.W. extream hot & Sultry, tho there is a lîttle breeze of wind to day, pd. Hugh Prŷs the Shoo-maker, alias y – Pydew 15s. for a pair of Boots & one pair of Shooes; pd.Abraham Jones the Pedlar's Bill bring 2s. 9d.

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