|June 21st. The Wind S.W. & blowing a violent storm from ii a clock last night till 11. or 12 this night, and raining excessive hard before day. Sold to day at LLanerchymedd Fair 12 Oxen to Hugh LLoyd of Carna for 12L. 5s. a pair .|
|22d. The Wind S.W. blowing high, but Sun-shiny & dry, my people are rakeing the hay, very little withered tho cut since monday, a very poor Markett to day at LLanfechell.|
|23d. The Wind S.W. dark & cloudy in the Morning & rained hard about Sun rise, cleared up, & the sun shone fair about 10, about ii I set out to LLanerchymedd to Join Mr. Lewis of LLysdulas in hearing & determining offences against the Laws of Excise, finished that buisness by 8, and was at home by 11. made no rain there all day, but I understand that it made a great shower her about 4. wch drove my people from the hay before they had half raked it.|
24th. ●12 [this is written in the margin below '24th.' sw]
The Wind S.W. dark, cold and cloudy, and made some rain about 9; cleared up afterwards, & was fair till 12, when it began to blacken all about, and made a great wind with some rain for half an hour dark, hazy weather from that time till night. The Parson preachd on Psalm 122d. & vers. 1st. a discourse zealously recomending and maintaining the Sancti[t sw]y of a building after consecration by a Priest, agreeable to the doctrine in use in Bishop Laud's time. // [these two lines appear to be in a different pen, or pencil sw] Yesterday the Parson finished gathering his Tythe Lambs, which amounted this year to 43 in Number, more by 8 than ever I saw.
|25th. The Wind S.W. dark and cloudy hazy weather almost all day – about 8 it begun to rain & rained hard till half an hour after 9 when I went to bed, & might continue it much longer for anything I know-|
|26th. The Wind S.W. raining exceeding hard from 2 in the morning till 10 without intermission, & after an hour's respite fell to it again & rained hard till i in the Evening, the rest of the day fair & pleasant . my people in ye Morning were dischargeing a Sand Boat. & in the Evening they cut the walks & the court.|
|27th. The Wind N.E. in the Morning, fair, dry and pleasant, came in ye Evening to N.W. & settled in the W. grew cold and made a small rain all the Evening. My people discharging a Sand Boat to day at Cemaes.|