June 28th.  The Wind N.N.E. moderately calm, clear warm weather, my people in the hay this day opening the Cocks & dressing it, was at the Parson's house in the Evening when he designed to set his Tythe, but could not set any of it this day.
29th.  The Wind S. W. blowing fresh very fair & clear, opened and dressed my hay again & made 4 fields into big Cocks, being very dry; last night the Custom house Cruiser took off of Cemaes bay a Large boat comeing from the Isle of Man with Brandy &c and carryed them to Beaumares; 3 of the crew were of this Neigbourhood Owen Edward of this parish a very poor man & father of 5 small Children, Rowland Morgan Son of the parson of LLanvairynghornwy & John Prichd. Samuel a Shoomaker of the same parish. [there is a tick here, which is in pencil sw]
30th.  The Wind S.W. blowing high & Sultry, dark cloudy weather all day, & rained hard in the Evening for 3 hours or more, & very hard in the night; those 3 last mentioned Neighbours came home this day, whether with, or without consent is not known here.
July ist.  The Wind S.W. dark, cold & cloudy, and made some showers of rain in the Evening, and rained hard about 9 at night, pd. is. [1/- sw] for Lobsters.
2d. The Wind S.W. blowing fresh, dark and cloudy all day, but made no rain, had to day all the hay I have mowed into big Cocks; Met in the Evening the Collector of the Customs of Holy-head at Hugh Price's House to hear an information against the smuglers, condemned the goods Seized, but discharged the persons complain'd of from any penalties. pd. Mr. Edward Jones of Carnarvan 6s.
3d.  The Wind S.W. blowing fresh, but dark hazy weather all the morning, rained all or most part of the Evening, my people in the Morning were discharging two Sand boats, & in the Evening grubbing the small gors in Rhôs y ferem
4th.  The Wind S.W. blowing fresh, dark & cloudy most part of the day, some of my people employed in drying Oats for Shelling the rest in grubbing the Gors in Rhôs y ferem.
5th  The Wind W. & by S. a clear, fair & Sun shiny day, my people still at the same work as before.


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