June 17th.  The Wind S. blowing high, and cold both in the morning and Evening, about 4 in the Evening it made a heavy shower which lasted about 3 or 4 minutes.
i8th.  The Wind W. in the morning, it came to S. W. about i0, was moderate in blowing and the Air warm: pd. 2s. 6d. for 2 black Decanters, is. [1/- sw] for 2 glass Salt sellers, and 2s. 8d. for ii Gelly– Glasses: made a very good Fair last Friday the 14th. at Bangor there was 2 Oxen of Mr. Bodvell's Sold there for 37 pound.
19th.  The Wind S.&by W. blowing moderate, Sun shiny and warm all day: paid Abraham Jones's bill being 6s. 7d. delivered also to his Son Gabriel 3s. 6d. to buy me some drugs in Chester: gave John Fur Size the Scotsman 2s. who is become very poor & almost blind
20th.  The Wind N. calm, Sun shiny, fair and very warm all day Delivered William Roberts the Sadler 27s. to ^buy^ me Cloath & fringe in Chester Fair to make a New Pilion Cloath for – my Sister: To Day I begin to Mow my hay.
2ist.  The Wind N. very calm, Sun shiny and hot all day from Sun to Sun, but was exceeding cold in the morning before Sun rise occasioned by a very thick hoar frost which fell all of it in – an hour's time from 3 to 4 a clock : pd. 2s. for Butcher's meat.
22d.  The Wind E. blowing fresh, little sun shine to day, yet hot and sultry and very dry: My people were to day carrying lime from Cemaes that came in a boat from Carnarvon; some to Coydan to repair that Barn broke the last winter; and the rest home for the use of these houses, being in all 26 pegets & a measure
23d.  The Wind E. blowing moderate, Sun shiny, scorching & very dry, and not the least dew in the morning on the grass : paid the Parson yesterday i. pound i5 shillings & 5 pence on account of Lactuals, Easter dues & Sermons on Barnabas day for the years 1749: 1750. & 1751: He preached to day a piece of a Sermon on Mat: Chap: 7th. 21st. verse.
24th.  The Wind N. very calm, sunshiny hot and scorching, and the ground miserably scorched in these parts : Pd. for the lime that was carryed on Saturday one pound 14 shillings & 8 pence_ pd. Hugh Davies the Shoomaker of London fifty four pounds 7 shilling & 6d. which my Son owed him & for which money I had given my Bond – Hugh Jones of Marri[a sw]n was authorized to receive them & Davies had sent the bond down to him, So the money were Pd. & I had my Bond up.

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