June 8th.  The Wind S.S.W. blowing high, &something cold in the morning, the Evening attended with some fine showers of rain and warm, and the wind allayed. To Day my people begun to carry home the Sand from Cemaes to Cefn y Groes Pinfold.
9th. The Wind S. very calm, but dark and cloudy in the — morning ; haveing made a great shower before day, about 10 the Wind blew high , and continued so till 6 in ye Evening when it made another great shower of rain . To Day Morris Lewis of Cwt y Dwndwr the Lawyer dyed after a few days illness; he had been ye cause of great distractions in this Countrey, by which means chiefly tis thought he made most of this fortune .
10th.  The Wind W & by N. blowing high in the morning & cold; ye Evening calmer & warmer; The Market to day att [Nesta Evans gives 'at' sw] LLanerch -medd much lower, occasioned by severall Corn ships that came from Sussex, some to Carnarvan, others to Beaumare^s^ Dulas & Redwharf.
iith.  The Wind W. sun shiny calm & warm in the morning; I set out about 10 to a Cocking at Amlough for a Suck and Coulter; cost me there 5s. and got nothing for my pains.
12th.  The Wind W. sun shiny & fair, but warm & Sultry all day; Went to Morris Lewis burying. where all the Gentlemen in the Countrey were, but Mr. Edmund Meyrick of Trefry & Mr. John Wms. of Trejarddur. cost me there 2s. 6d. was at home by 7 ·  a clock.
13th.  The Wind N.W. calm, sun shiny, hot & Sultry till 4 in the Evening;then cloudy, dark and cold till night . my people all this week carrying sand and weeding the corn.

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