September i5th.  The Wind E. blowing moderate, Sun shiny,fair, and pleasant in the morning till i0, but the rest or the day was cloudy & overcast, yet made no rain: To Day I finished reaping the last of my Corn: Paid Rhŷs Bentir 2s. 6d. for a quarter of Mutton & side of a kid. Paid John ifan i0s. 6d. more of this year's wages·
i6th.  The WindE. blowing fresh, & generally Sun shiny & fair & dry all this day˙; [the high dot is actually directly above the semi colon sw] and my people are beginning to thatch the Corn·
i7th  8 ❍ [this is written vertically in the margin below 'i7th' sw]   The Wind E. very calm, cloudy & dark weather & raining without in termission from 8 in the morning this day till 2 or 3 a clock in the morning the next day: The Curate Priest preached an English Sermon on Psalm i07th. and ye i2 & 13th. verses.
i8th  The Wind W. & very little of it, Sun shiny,fair & pleasant in the morning & till i0, when it grew cloudy & overcast & brought down severall showers from that time till noon, it made no rain in the Evening, but did not dry at all.
i9th.  The Wind S. W. all the morning, very calm, dark & cloudy & made some little rain which brought the wind about noon to E.&blew very fresh & dryed well this Evening.
20th.  The Wind E. blowing very fresh, generally Sun shiny & drying well all this day : To Day they carryed in the last of my Corn [here is a small gap between the end of this entry and the next one sw]
2ist.  The Wind E. blowing fresh, generally Sun shiny & drying well all this day, & I believe all the Corn is got in within this parish.
22d.  The Wind E. blowing moderate, generally dark & cloudy with some showers of rain this day: Pd. Rhŷs Bentir 3s. 6d. for Butcher's meat 
23d.  The Wind E.N. E. blowing fresh yet attended with showers of rain in the morning; the Evening was dry & generally sun shiny.
24th.  The Wind N. E. blowing moderate and made severall showers of rain this day also: The Curate Priest preached on Mat: chap: 22d. verses 37 & 38: in which the man discovered the utmost signs of Ignorance of the Scriptures, & seemed to have read no books but those of the most ignorant of even the most thorow-paced [Nesta Evans gives 'thorowpaced' sw] Athanasians.
25th.  The Wind N. in the morning & came to W. before noon; was very calm cloudy & dark & raining about noon, but the Evening dry·

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