August 6th.  The Wind S.S.W. blowing high, and raining hard in the morning till 8. dry afterwards most part of the day,onely some driveing showers now & then: 2 of my Servants went with my Cattle sold at Aberffraw Fair to Porthaethwy to meet yeDrover. the rest mending the Park wall of Coydan . it blew & rained very hard all this night :Pd. Edwards ye Excise Officer i5s. being my Composit -ion for malt.
7th.  The Wind S.S.W. blowing high & stormy & raining in ye morning till 8. then dry till 12. when it made frequent showers of rain afterwards most part of the Evening; went to Cemaes to a Timber Fair where I pd. 6d for Ale, but could not buy any.
8th.  The Wind W. blowing fresh, the weather dry, & generally sun-shiny but too windy to make my hay, which is almost all out.
9th.  The Wind S.W, calm in the morning, but blowing fresh all day afterwards till night it was calm again ; my people were makeing hay into stacks at home & at Bodelwyn . Went to day to LL.ddeusant to meet Mr. Wm. Hughes of Tre'r ddôl, where I paid him 37L. clear of all accounts & [t sw]ook up my Bond that I had given him for 50L.
10th.  The Wind S.W. dark & cloudy, & blowing a fresh gale, with frequent showers of mizling rain till noon; the Evening dry & calmer, & for the most part clear and Sun-shiny.


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The Wind S.S.W. very calm clear and serene in the morning; about 7 it begun to blow; and it blew fresh – all the rest of the day, all the Evening was dark & cloudy, delivered to Mr. Owen LLoyd the Officer 4s to buy me a piece of Timber at Cemaes.

12th.  The Wind S.W. calm and fair in the Morning as it is every day, about 7 it begun to blow fresh, yet sun-shiny & clear; the Evening overcast, cloudy & dark &, cold withal with some rain about 3. my people to day are makeing the hay at Cnewchdernog; about 4 it begun to rain in good earnest, which it continued to do without intermission all night long accom= -panyed with a high stormy Wind, sometime before day my Tenant's house Robert Prys of Tyddyn y Weyn fell down (ye people all in bed) but by God's providence they all escaped from hurt.

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