June 28th.  The Wind S. blowing moderate, yet cold for the time of the year, cloudy & dark all day & rained– hard about 6 in the morning : Paid 9d. for fish:
29th. The Wind S. blowing fresh, Sun Shiny,fair & pleasant all the morning and till 2 in the Evening when it grew cloudy and overcast & very cold; and made very heavy rain from 7 in - the Evening till past 9: pd. 6d. for fish.
30th.  The Wind S.W. blowing fresh and cold & raining hard in ye morning about 6 till 8 or 9. the rest of the day was dry, but cloudy & dark. Pd. Catherine Broadhead her whole year's wages to this time being 50s. & pd. Ellen Edward the remainder of her wages being i0s. About– one of the Clock this Evening dyed Dr. Edward Wynne of Bodewryd [there is a noticeable gap between the end of this entry and that for 1 July sw]
July ist.  The Wind N.W. cloudy and dark with some rain about 5 in the morning, the rest of the day was dry & cold·
2d.  The Wind N.E. blowing pretty fresh and cold, with someSun shine and dry all day.
3d.  The Wind N. E. calm, Sun Shiny & fair & moderately warm all day.
4th.  The Wind W. very calm, cloudy & dark all the morning & very sultry, the Evening was Sunshiny & hot: This Day Dr. Edward Wynne- of Bodewryd late Chancellor of Hereford was buryed at Bodewryd Church & as I was one of the bearers I gave the Priest 2s. 6d. & is. [1/- sw] to – Sexton .
5th.  The Wind S . W. blowing fresh, Sun shiny, hot & sultry & dry all this day; My people all this week were at the same work as the last – in carrying sand & makeing the wall betwixt Cadlas newydd and Coydan Meadow: & today I finished plowing My Pinfolds·

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