September 15th.  The Wind W. blowing fresh with frequent Showers in the morning; but from 3 in the Evening till almost night it rained __ excessive hard: Pd. the Chief Rent Collectors i8s. iid. for my lands in LLanddeusant.
16th.  The Wind W. blowing fresh, cloudy & overcast ,but made no rain but a great shower of hail in the Evening about 4; My people all these days are opening the wet ditches between me & Tai hên [there is a line under 'Tai hên', but it would seem to be – interpreting from the jpeg image – in a different pen, or pencil sw] ground and begun to assist in the opening of that between me & Cerrig y LLifaid.
17th.  The Wind S.W. and moderate, and made several very heavy showers of rain both morning and Evening: To Day I begun to repair & make up that yearly falling Wet ditch between me & Ann Warm – -ingham, by laying in most parts of it a foundation of stone to try if that will keep it up.
18th.  The Wind N. W. & by N. very moderate, Sun shiny clear & warm all day about 8 at night it came to N.W.  & brought down a great shower of Sleet & blew very hard most part of the rest of the night: A very poor Market to day at LLanfechell.
19th.  The Wind N. W. blowing very high & stormy, & generally dark & cloudy: and very cold all day, but made no rain till 8 at night when it brought down a great shower of Sleet which brought the Wind to E. N.E. My people finished the wet boundary Ditch betwixt me and Anne War– –mingham, & also the other wet boundary Ditch betwixt me and Cae Maen Arthur opposite to this on the South Side of the meadow.
20th.  The Wind E. N. E .in the morning. but settled at N. by noon, calm, Sun- shiny, fair and pleasant all day: The Priest preached on John i.Ep. Chap. 3d. verse. 2ist.
2ist.  The Wind S. blowing fresh, generally cloudy & dark in the morning & something cold: about noon it begun to rain, and made severall showers during the Evening. but on the fall of night it begun to rain in earnest & rained excessive hard from that time to i0 when I went to bed, and perhaps much longer: The Fair at LLanerchmedd was good for no– thing to day; very few bought & these at a very low rate.
22d.  The Wind N. and moderate, Sun shiny & dry all this day: To Day I planted my Tulips, Ranuncula's, and Anæmony Roots. Pd. 32s. 6d. for 13 yards & half of fine Dutch Cloath.

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The Wind N. W. very moderate, fair and dry and generally Sun– shiny all day: My people are this day finishing thatching the hay, and others of them are finishing the Wet Mear ditch betwixt Cae LLorriau & Cae maen Arthur, A foundation of Stones being laid therein in May last, & now they rise a bank upon it which I hope will stand; No other method haveing never taken effect.

24th.  The Wind W. & by S. very calm, cloudy and overcast, warm & dry; about 9 I set out for LLanerchmedd to Join with Mr. Lewis of LLys- dulas &others in receiving the Assessments of the new tax upon houses and windows & signing Warrants to the Collectors to levy them. finished that buisness, & dined there, where it cost me 2s. and was at home__ about 7·

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