|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.|