Sepr. 9th. The Wind W. fair clear weather, & the wind blowing sharp, a pretty good Markett to day att — LLanfechell, the aforesd Gentlemen dined here, and went off about 4 in the Evening .
10th.  The Wind E. fair clear & warm, my people every day of this week a thatching at Cnewchdernog & at home.
11th.  The Wind E. & by S. dark & cloudy, & something windy & throwing some rain in the morning. No Sermon to— day, tho there was one due, it rained mostly all ye Evening & till far in the night, To Day I executed ye Assignmt. of the Mortage made last year to Mr. Thomas LLoyd of Saethon for 800L.(haveing pd all the Interest to this day & i00L. of the Principall) to Mr. Francis LLoyd of Rhos– -beirio in trust for my Sister Catherine Bulkeley & Catherine Edwards the wife of Lewis Edwards. tho the sd Deed was da[t sw]ed as toomorow the 12th. of September.
12th.  The Wind S.W. blowing fresh, fair & dry likewise, Set Tyddyn y Gorse for one year to Jane uch Evan at ['Jane uch Evan at' is underlined in another pen, or pencil, accompanied by an indecipherable note sw] the Rate of 30s. & the ususall presents.
13th. 10.● [this is written in the margin, immediately below '13th.' sw] The Wind S. S. W. high & stormy, and the Air very rusty thick and cloudy, but made no rain, Toomorrow being — Newborough Fair, abundance of Cattle went from these parts to it, but the Drovers having bought the best Cattle up & down the Countrey, they'll not buy many (I am afraid in the fair.
14th.  The Wind S. blowing high, but fair & sun-shiny, my Servants thatch the Corn to day, haveing been the 2 last days a grubbing of Gorse. Newborough Fair proved but very poor in respect of rates. but a great many Cattle were bought — especially old Cows from 20 to 45s. a piece, the Oxon from 5L. to 7L a pair. rained very hard this night. I sold there 2 Cows for 40s a piece — & 2 Bullocks for 6L.

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