September 11th.  The Wind S. W. blowing high & stormy, but made no rain all day, went this day in the Evening to Trefry to visit Mr. Edmund meyrick & returned to Bodorgan by night.
12th.  The Wind S.W. blowing high, but dry & fair; took my leave of Mr. Meyrick & company, and came to Henblas about i in the Evening. gave 3s. amongst [there is a '0' shape above the 'm' sw] the servants at Bodorgan .
13th.  The Wind S. & moderately blowing, but dark & cloudy all day, passed the time here much after the same manner as at Bodor - gan & went to bed about 2. .
14th.  The Wind S.W. blowing fresh ,but not stormy, went with Cos. Morgan to LLangristiolys Church on foot being above 2 mile and lived soberly merry the rest of the day.
15th.  The Wind S.W, rained hard in the morning about 7, & tho it cleared afterwards, it rained again about 12. Newborough Fair proved but indifferent, both as to the number bought. <&> as to the prices.
16th.  The Wind S.W. blowing moderate, but dry, took my leave of Cos. Morgan and came to Hirdrevaig about i .and staid there this night. gave 4s amongst the servants at Henblas.
17th.  The Wind S.W. calm dark, hazy weather, [t sw]ook my leave of my sisters after dinner, being near 4 a clock.& was at home by 7. gave [1 sw]s. [6 sw]d to the servants, & 1s. to the Joyner as Beveridge who was wainscoting the Parlour with Dantzick Oak . had all my Harvest in this day .
18th.  The Wind S.W. a calm day, dark and cloudy, my people are employed in the thatching the Corn .
19th.  The Wind S.E . very calm & close dull weather all day, my people at the same work as yesterday .
20th.  The Wind variable from S. to N. & so to E. very calm, close and sultry, which causeth the Corn made into stacks a fortnight ago, to heat even now, and are forced to be opened.

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