August 4th.  The Wind S. blowing very moderate and raining long before day and almost without any intermission all the day and for the most part, if not of all the night.
5th.  The Wind in the morning about 5 was S. very calm, and raining a small mizling rain; about 7 it came to N.W. blew high and stormy & rained excessive hard from that time till i0 : the rest of the day was fair and drying well.
6th. ❍ 4 [this is written in the margin below '6th.' sw] The Wind S. W. blowing moderate, Sun Shiny, fair and drying well : My people were all this day winnowing of Rye & ^Mun^Pilcorn at – Cnewchdernog and makeing the straw into a Stack and carryed home the Rye which was 10 Peggets, & one Pegget of ^Mun^Pilcorn.
7th.  The Wind varying from E.S.E. to S. blowing fresh with frequent showers of mizling rain all the morning and till 3 in ye Evening the rest of the day was Sun Shiny and dryed well: pd. 6d. for thread to make Hugh ’Bwilliam Gabriel's Shirts,.& 1d.2/1 before for thread- Paid likewise i5 shillings being my Composition for Malt for the ensuing year; I paid it to Davies the Excise Officer·
8th.  The Wind S. blowing high and stormy attended with heavy rain almost all the morning, and frequent showers in the Evening: My people begun to reap the Rye to day at Cnewchdernog but were driven home by the rain: pd. is. [1/- sw] for meat & drink for the people that brought the heifers to Porth - aethwy .
9th.  The Wind S. blowing fresh & cold, cloudy & dark, and made a small shower about noon, and the rest of the day was dry, but made very - heavy rain in the night about 9: my people to Day begun to – reap the great Oats in the Park which is already much shed.
10th.  The Wind S. blowing fresh with some little rain in ye morning, but was afterwards fair, sun shiny and drying well all day; Paid 2s. for a fore quarter of mutton.
iith.  The Wind S. blowing moderate with frequent showers of mizling rain in the morning till 3 in the Evening when the Wind blew very high and rained exceeding hard from 4 till generally till near 9 at night: my people were forced to leave off reaping.
12th.  The Wind W. very calm, cloudy and dark in the morning; the Evening it blew a little from the West & dryed well, & made a little rain about 3 in theEvening . The Priest preached on Titus Chap: 2d. Verses: ii 12th.
13th.  The Wind S. blowing moderate,but cloudy & dark with a dirty mizling rain for most part of the morning; from 4 in the Evening till night, [yea sw] far in ye night it rained very heavy: paid George ab Hugh Thomas the tinker 10d. for Tinker's work.

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