July 19th.  The Wind N.E. blowing pretty fresh, Sunshiny, fair and drying well all day: The Priest preached on Mat: Chap:7th. verse i2th.
20th.  The Wind N. E. blowing very moderate, Sunshiny fair & warm all day till about 5 in the Evening it grew cloudy & dark: had to day all my upland hay into big Cocks except the last field left in small Cocks to be carryed home with the rest imediately if God sends good weather makeing in all 52 big Cocks; and the other field I believe would have made 7 or 8 big Cocks.
2ist.  The Wind N. E. blowing moderate, Sun shiny, fair and warm all day: made to day Cae'r LLorriau meadow hay into a stack at Coydan.
22d.  The Wind S. calm, cloudy and dark; I begun to carry home my up - land hay. but about 9 a clock it began a mizling rain which put a stop to that work, yet it made no great matter of rain all the day: pd. 2s. 4d. more for white-lead-paint, & 4s. for 8 pound weight of white lead.
23d.  The Wind N. W. calm, sun shiny, fair & dry all day: All this day I carry home my upland hay and make it into stacks: the hay that grew on Cefn y Groes I made into a stack by it self to be thrash'd in the Spring for Seed: they also begun another large Stack which is to contain all the rest of the upland hay.
24th.  The Wind W. & by S. in the morning early; it came to S.W.  about 9: blew fresh, and was generally cloudy and dark & brought down some small– showers of rain once or twice in the morning, but about 4 it rained pretty – hard so that my people were forced to give over makeing the hay Stack – haveing made a full and large raising in the middle & laid on that bundles of hay all allong: the rain continued all night, and generally very excessive ·
25th.  The Wind W. &by S. calm Sun shiny fair and warm all day, but all the low grounds full of water; my people near knee deep were rakeing the hay in Bodelwyn Meadow that lay quite underwater: pd. 2s. i0d.for Butcher's meat, & paid Robert Owen the Cowman 3s. of his Sumer's [there is a wavy line over the 'm' sw] wages, & pd. 2s. 6d. for a hat for Hugh ’ Bwilliam Gabriel·
26th.  The Wind W. & W. & by S. calm, sun shiny warm & fair till near 6 in the Evening when it begun to rain, & rained a small mizling rain till far in the night.
27th.  The Wind W. calm & sultry, and generally sun shiny. but dry all– day: Attended the Funnerall of William Hughes of Wylfa who was this day buryed in LLanfechell Church, being 85 years & near 4 months old gave the Priest is. &6d. to the Sexton, & pd. 6d. for Ale after the burying .
28th.  The Wind S.W. calm, cloudy, dark weather & very Sultry, but continued dry all day, yet was but an indifferent day in the hay, being there was no wind to dry that which was wet.

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