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June 12th.  The Wind N. blowing something fresh, but Dry – clear, and Warm, my people all this week carrying of Sand home from Cemaes to put on Cae'r LLoriau in Coydan, others plowing the Pinfold of Cae Carreg yr Eirin, & others Cutting Sods –pd. William John Owen 7s. for mending the Boat: pd. 2d for ale. & 6d for Salmon Morts.

13th.  Whitsunday [this is in the margin immediately below '13th.' sw] The Wind S.W. Cloudy & Dark, and raining from 2 in the Morning very hard till 8. then it cleared up & the Wind came to E.N.E. & blew fresh, the Sun at the Same time very hot
14th.  The Wind W. & N.W. a very cold Day from first to Last. with some Little rain in the Morning, it blew high and cold in the Evening . pd 6d for Lobsters – 
15th.  The Wind N. & N.N.W very cold; it blew all this day so high & cold, that I do not doubt but it would have freezed had not the Sun shone very bright pd. 6d for Ale at Cemaes. to day the Parson, & others of the Inhabitants of the Town of LLanvechell removed the Well Llanfechell Well [this is written in the margin opposite this line sw] (that lay betwixt Anne Warmingham's House & the Bridge & Just by the River,) higher up & further from the River by 6 or 7 yards.
16th.  The Wind N. but something calm, the weather moderately hot, and continued so all day, the Market very low at LLan-erchymedd.
17th.  The Wind N. something keen & sharp & cloudy in ye Morning to Day My Son set out for London (for whom I crave of God Almighty his Grace & protection that He may improve in know[ing sw] & grace for the future, as he has done hitherto.) to day I likewise set out for LLandyfrydog Cocking about 9.      .

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