September i6th.  The Wind E. very calm, Sun shiny, hot and dry all this day, and an Ocean of dew in the morning; Paid 2s. for two hundred herrings, & paid Wm. Wynne the barber i2s. for a Wig, & delivered Robert ifan my Man 2s. towards paying for a Calf.
i7th.  The Wind E.and very calm, Sun shiny fair & dry &exceeding hot this morning and sultry all the [day sw] morning, but ye Evening proved cloudy and dark and blew very fresh and cold before night:Paid Rhŷs Bentir 2s. 3d. for a Side of Mutton and Pd. Owen ’ Bwiliam Owen 2s. 6d. for a couple of long Ash Paddles used in making Corn stacks.
i8th.  The Wind N.E. blowing moderate, cloudy, dark and cold, & made some showers about 9, but the Evening & all the night dryed well, & was sun shiny and fair: My people all this week were at the harvest work without any interuption, Made Some corn, reaped & bound agreat deal.
i9th.  The Wind E. blowing pretty fresh and cold, cloudy & dark for ye most part & drying well, yet made some little rain on the fall of Night: The Priest finished his third and last part of his Sermon on Hell fire - begun this day 6 weeks.
20th.  The Wind E. blowing pretty high and very cold all day, was- generally Sun shiny and drying well:’tho God has blest us with a long continuance of fine dry weather, yet there is a great dealof corn still very green, & some that will not be ripe this fortnight.
2ist.  The Wind E. blowing very fresh, and generally Sun shiny,but dry all day.
22d.  The Wind E. blowing moderate, cloudy & dark and attended with fre - quent showers of rain from i0 in the morning till 3 in ye Evening·
23d.  The Wind E. blowing moderate, Sun shiny , fair & dry all this day;
24th. 7● [this is written vertically in the margin between '24th.' and the entry sw]  The Wind S.E. in the morning, came about i0 to S. & blew fresh, Sun shiny , fair and warm all day; on the fall of night it made some mizling rain: pd. Wm. Bevan y Bwdser bâch is. 4d. for a quarter of Mutton.
25th.  The Wind S. W. blowing high, cloudy & dark rusty fog with some small driveing rain all the morning, but about noon it poured down a very great & heavy rain but was over by 2 a clock, yet made a driveing mizling rain for the rest of the day: My people have got in all that is reaped except 2 fields that are not bound . 

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