August 2d.  The Wind N. Calm, clear & Serene, & much – warmer than usuall, My people finished to day all my Hay Stacks at home & at Coydan, pd. to Day to Hugh Prŷs & Thomas Edwards the Church Wardens of LLanfechell, two Shillings & ten pence, & delivered them a receipt for Eleven Shillings and Six pence that I had pd. Mr. John Rowlands of Coytmor for 4 Oaken Planks bought for the use of the parish
3d.  The Wind N. cold & cloudy most part of the day, pd. Roger - Hughes the Sexton One pound one Shilling in pt. of what is due to him for makeing the Wall at Cae Glâs in Coedan.
4th.  The Wind N.N.W. dark, cloudy Weather, all day, with some Showers. to day I begun to reap .
5th.  The Wind N. dark & cloudy & very cold all day, a pretty good Markett for flesh to day at LLanfechell— 
6th.  The Wind W. much warmer than usually it hath – been since the Change, but dark & cloudy still, made some Rain about 3 in the Evening: My people att the same work of reaping Oats in Coydan Park. about 3 when it begun to rain the Wind came to S . S.W.& continued raining hard till far in the Night.
7th.  The Wind W.N.W, dark, cloudy and very cold, haveing made some rain early in the Morning. the Evening fair & warmer, this Evening a great company came to the Parson's house– from Caera; for John Griffith of Plâs y bais, at[t sw] Llanddyfnan came to shew Mr. James Bulkeley, Ld Bulkeley's Brother to the Countrey ( tho he is next to [? sw] Naturall,) & haveing shewed him at LLanerch y medd Market, they went to Presaddved, from thence to Caera, & from thence to the Parson, J.B. & his Brother the Doctor, came along from Presaddved, to Caera, & Rowlands with those named before increased the Number at Llanfechell, &R.LL. of Rhosbeirio was sent for to meet them at Llanfechell, they drink hard where-ever-they go, so that ye loss of their company is no loss.

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