The Birks of Endermay. for ye flute————

July 30th. The Wind N. & by W. calm, clear, warm & fair in the morning; the Evening cloudy & cold, sent 6 Oxen to Henblas to be in Aberffraw Fair too morrow.

31st.  The Wind W. cloudy in the morning, the Evening Sun-shi[ny sw] and fair, but very cold. Aberffraw Fair proved very good ïn respect of buying, but the rates Were not great, from 7 to 10L. a pair, sold 4 Oxen there for 9L. 2s. 6d.
August ist.  The Wind W.S.W. variable weather, very warm and Sultry all the morning, & the Evening very cold to day I finished carrying home my Sodds.
2d.  The Wind W. & by S. dark & cloudy with some rain in yeMorning cleared up afterwards & made a very fair Sun-shiny dry day– to day I begun to carry home my Turf in Carts from Cae'r Mynŷdd in Coydan. begun also to day to clear & grubb up the Small gorse in Rhôs y fferem, which will cost me I believe above 5 pound to clear it before I can lay Sand upon it.

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