|June 14th. The Wind S.W. very calm, cloudy and dark early in the morning, but all the rest of the day sun shiny hot and Sultry .|
|15th. The Wind variable in the morning, but in the Evening it settled in the W. very Sultry and hot all day: To Day I sent my 10 Bullocks to Porthaethwy to be delivered there to Rowland Samuel of Wrexham, to whom they were sold last thursday for
|16th. The Wind S.W. dark weather, and raining frequent showers of small rain most part of the day.|
17th. ❍11 [this is written in the margin immediately below '17th.' sw]
The Wind S.W. and rained a heavy shower about 6, the blowing fresh all day. Set out about i0 to LLanerchmedd to Join the rest of the Justices to consult about the late Act of Parliament against Vagabonds, and to regulate the — house of Correction settled at Holy head. came there — about 12. & came home by 8 . haveing spent there 2s. 6d.
|18th. The Wind S.W. dark & cloudy, & blowing a fresh gale; and raining most [an sw] end from 11. till night, & I believe most part of the night.To dayI begin to mow hay, which is very thin .|
|19th. The Wind S.W. raining hard in the first morning; all the rest of the day;dry , windy & cold, Paid Mr. Owen LLoyd 55s. for lime besides a new Wire Sieve he had, the price of which I do not know, the money I first owed him for the Lime was 3L. I am out of order all this day, & Since the Evening yesterday; it begun like a gripeing pain in my belly, or rather ye out side of the belly,I am a little feverish to day , besides .|
|20th. The Wind S.W. blowing high & cold, dark & cloudy, made some rain about 6 in the Evening; my people all this week carrying sand, others rakeing of hay; the pain I felt yesterday ( Blessed be God) is much de – creased, & I find myself much better.|