June 6th.  The Wind S. & S W. blowing something fresh in the Morning, calmer in the Evening & warmer, pd. 1s. to day for Ale, to help a poor neighbour that's Father of a great many– Children. No Sermon to day, tho one due; being reserved for Barnabas Day for which I am to pay him, which if he had not been paid for Barnabas Sermon,he had certainly preached today —
7th.  The Wind S. and very calm, dark cloudy weather, with almost a continuall mizling rain all day long,had no waking to day– the floor or my Hall flagg'd with free Stone very wet, and the Bacon & all other salt meats dropping & very wet.
8th.  The Wind S. fair, & something of a fresh Gale. & dry, my people cutting of Sods in Cae'r Mynŷdd.
9th. The Wind S. very fair calm, & extream hot by 10. or 11 & continued so all Day. the Market lower at Llanerch–medd that last week. Cut some Cucumbers to day and Sent some to Mr. LLoyd of LLoydiarth, pd 6d. [this is not crossed out; the word have been written on top of one of WB's long dashes sw] forAle
10th.  The Wind E. very calm fair & serene, even from Sun rise, & excessive hot about 7 morning, which follows Remarks upon the Weather [this is written in the margin opposite this line and the subsequent one sw] after my observation of the floor & the bacon being wet went to Cemaes to day to See my boat, the William John Owen of Moelfra is now mending, gave him 12 penny worth of Drink.
11th.  The Wind N.W. most part of the Day, tho it was E. in ye Morning calm, fair & moderately warm, a very great Market at LLan- -fechell, there being Butcher's meat 7 Veals, 1 Mutton, & 15 Sun's Setting [this is written, underlined, in the margin opposite this line sw] carcasses of Lambs & Kids, bought a Side of Mutton for 1s. 9d. & a side of Lamb for 7d.½. from the Staircase Window I could see the Sun Set a good deal North of Ferem House

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