June 26th.  The Wind S.S.W. blowing fresh, Sun shiny fair & dry all this day ; but made a great deal of rain before day: My— people employed this week in finishing plowing the Pinfold at — Coydan, and beginning to carry the Muck from Wm. Griffith's— yard & Cowhouse to Cae Carreg Ddafydd in Brynclynni, which— work will be continued the next week in carrying off all the muck about the stable & yards here at home: Sold To Day i0 Peggets of White Oats to David Morris of Fryers for i4s. a pegget.
27th. ●3 [this is written vertically in the margin below '27th.' with the top of the 3 within the moon symbol sw]   The Wind S. W. and blowing moderate, cloudy, dark & rain– ing very hard about 5 in the morning, as it did afterwards very hard about noon; The Priest preached on Mat: Chap: 7th. verse 2ist. The Evening was dry & very Sultry, yet still dark & cloudy with some Thunder claps, but soon after 8 at night it— begun to rain very hard & continued to do so very excessively – till ii, if not later· .Pd. id. for fish.
28th.  The Wind S.W. blowing very fresh all day;but especially in the Evening & for the most part Sun shiny & dry except some very little rain in the morning·
29th.  The Wind S.S.W. blowing moderate, and generally cloudy & dark weather, but warm & sultry and especially in the Evening; Paid Abraham Jones shop bill being i4s. iid. Paid likewise Michael Evans's bill being i5s.
30th.  The Wind S. blowing moderate, Sun shiny, fair & very Sultry all this day; Paid Catherine Broadhead 2L. i0s. in full of her year's wages & to this time. Pd. My Sister also a Guinea more of her Interest.
July the ist.  The Wind S. W. blowing moderate, cloudy , dark and sultry weather – with some little rain at Sundry times of the day: Went to day to LLanerchymedd to Join Mr. Lewis to hear offences against the laws of Excise; finished that buisness & was at home before 8.
2d.  The Wind E. calm & for the most part Sun shiny & hot; pd. is. 3d. fora fore quarter of mutton to Marged ’chuw Morus , & gave 2s. 6d. Charity to a poor man from LLanerch y medd whose house had fallen down & broke most part of his furniture, &is Father of i0 children.
3d.  The Wind S. W. blowing very moderate,cloudy and dark weather all day & some rain in the morning: My people all this week wîth three Carts were employed in carrying off the Muck from home here to Bryn – clynni upon Cae Carreg Ddafydd as on the last week.

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