September i7th.  The Wind E. in the morning, came to S.E. & afterwards settled at S. before night: it blew Moderate enough, but was generally cloudy & dark & made a little mizling rain in the morning: pd. i8d. for a hundred herrings.
i8th.  The Wind E. and blowing moderate, generally Sun shiny, but dry all this day: pd. John Wms. A Clock-maker from Carnarvan & a young-^er^ Son of Bodwrdin, 7s. 6d. for cleaning my two Clocks.
19th.  The WindS. blowing moderate, Sun shiny,fair & pleasant, & [even sw] warm all the morning and till 3 in the Evening; the rest of the day generally was cloudy, yet it continued dry the rest of the day and night.
20th.  The Wind S. calm, cloudy and dark weather and raining almost all the day, except a little respite about noon and about 3 in the Evening [b sw]oth times might be for an hour and half: pd. is. 9d. for a side of Mutton.
2ist.  The Wind E. blowing very moderate; generally Sun shiny, fair &warm but dry all day: LLanerchymedd Fair to day proved very good,a great number of Cattle of all sorts sold there: pd. Owen ap Huw Prichd. David the Taylor is. 6d. for work in sewing of some new bed Tickings,boulsters & pillows, & mending others.
22d.  The Wind S. blowing very moderate, generally cloudy and overcast, yet it made some sunshine about noon, and all the day was dry:The Priest did preach on James Chap: ist. verse i7th. rained hard in the night.
23d.  The Wind S. & by E. blowing moderate, cloudy dark weather all day – and makeing frequent showers of small mizling rain morning and Evening: paid 1s. for two hundred of Newborough Ropes.
24th.  1❍ [this is written vertically below '24th.' sw] The Wind S. E. and blowing pretty fresh, cloudy and dark hazy – weather all day; about 3 in the Evening it made some littlerain, but dry the rest of the day, but it begun to rain hard about 7 at night, and rained for the most part, if not all the night; Set - out ^about 9^ this morning to LLanerchymedd to Join Mr. Lewis in hearing offences against the laws of Excise; finished that buisness so timely that I was at home by six.
25th.  The Wind S. blowing moderate, dark, cloudy weather, yet made little or no rain to day: pd. William Griffith 7s. 6d. to make up what the money fell short of, that I sent by him to Liverpool to buy me the things that I wanted there.
26th.  The Wind W. calm, Sun shiny, fair & dry all day : Sent by Gabriel Jones 3L. i0s. to buy me things in Chester Fair: Paid Humphrey Mostyn's Bill being 2L. i9s. iid. infull Gabriel is to buy me a piece of Cloath, & Warming -pan & some Apothecary Drugs & a Set of Apothecary Weights .

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