June 10th.  The Wind S. blowing high, hot & very scorching all day, & the Earth exceeding dry: The Priest preached a piece of a Sermon (the other part will be preached too morrow ) on i. Tim. Chap: 6th. verses 17th. & i8th.
iith.  The Wind S. blowing very high & exceeding hot & scorching all day; The Priest finished the Sermon he begun yesterday, & for which piece he is to be paid 6d. 8d. pursuant to Rhydgroes Charity.
12th.  The Wind S. very moderate, but sun shiny clear & very dry, and exceeding hot all day: I had to day 3 men & 2 Carts continually going in carrying Quarry Rubbish upon Lôn Tŷ'n y LLwyn and the very bad lane by the Town's End.
i3th.  The Wind S. with a dark, hazy weather and mizling rain in the morning till 9; the rest of the day was dry, generally Sun Shiny, and blowing very fresh in the Evening: Paid for 6 Couple of wooden fetlocks for fetters i5d.
14th.  The Wind S. blowing fresh, hot and scorching all day, tho it was often cloudy and dark: Bangor Fair proved but indifferent and no great number sold: Wm. Davies sold Eight of my Oxen for Six pounds a piece, giveing back 10s. by way of gift; & 8s. 6d. expences in carrying them to the Fair.
i5th.  The Wind W. blowing fresh, hot & scorching, notwithstanding that it was generally cloudy & dark; the Surface of the Earth in this part of the Countrey looks frightfull, being every where scorched & burnt up, whilst in the East part of the Countrey – about Pentraeth they have had in great abundance: Paid 2s 2d. for a side of Veal & 4d.2/1 for a Side of kid & the head . pd.iL.i5s. Duty for Coal.
16th.  The Wind variable & chopping about all day, very sultry scorching weather, tho it was often cloudy and dark : My people all this week were weeding the Corn, & turning the Turf to dry.
17th.  The Wind S. blowing high, Sun Shiny very hot dry & scorching all day: & not the least hopes of any rain : The G – s C–  B – m v – w– . S – S– n & in p – y.
18th.  The Wind S. and little of it, Sun shiny and extream hot from 8 in the morning till 6 in the Evening: Paid Cousin Grace Mostyn's Bill wch. my Mother owed her: being 3 pounds thirteen Shillings.

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