June 14th.  The Wind S.W. & S. high & Cold, my people still mowing of hay, others carrying stone, others plowing, & others Grubbing up of Gorse for fireing–made a very good Fair to day at Bangor, a great many bought and pretty good rates. 

15th.  The Wind S.S.W blowing high, very dark & cloudy & like to rai[n sw] all ye Morning, the Evening clear but very cold & Windy, pd. 3d. fo[r sw]

Cocks: [this written in large letters in the margin, opposite this line sw] Ale. Sent 3 of Owen Ellis's Chickens to ye following Walks – One Sent to John ab Wm. Watkin of Peibron marked in the My Mother [this is written in small letters in the margin, opposite this line sw]

upper eye lid, left Eye. & marked double in ye right Nostrill_ the Colour Sooty Dun on ye Back, a great many white feather[s sw] in ye Wings & breast, & lower part of the Neck & face, kite legged and Muffler  Another sent to Jane uch Wm. Watkin ye same marks, & the same colour, onely more white feathers in his tayl.a Mufler 

Another sent to Hugh Owen of Pyllcrach, ye Same colour & marks, but not a Mufler.

16th.  The Wind S.W. very still in ye Morning & rainy, as it did all last night very hard, about 7 it cleared up & the Sun appear [presume 'appeared', but the end of the word is lost in the binding sw] but cold blustering winds all the rest of the day, sowed Kidney Beans in ye Allies between ye Buds of Onions. this day I finished threshing my corn –
17th.  The Wind S.S.W. a very warm stormy & rainy Morning till 8. & rain I believe most part of the night, cleared up at 8 but very Windy & cold, [Set sw] Tyddyn Feirian to Griffith Rhobat a Carnarvans [presume 'shire' sw] man now liveing at Cemaes fawr a Pentir to Mr. Richd. Lloyd for 4 years, at ye usuall Rent & presents –begun to rain again at 5 in ye Evening, & continued to rain all night.
18th.  The Wind S.S.E. raining very hard & cold all ye Morning till 8 – cloudy, cold & blustering high winds from that time till i in ye Evening when the wind allayed & was warmer, severall showers afterwards befor. Ni[ght sw] the Market at Llanerchymedd [ats. sw] LLanerchymwd continuing still same as it has been this Month last past, pd Richard Jones of Gwŷ[maybe something missing in the binding; cannot verify the name on the internet sw]=elyn 14d. for fish. –

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