August 26th.  The Wind S. and very little of it, cloudy in the morning till 8 or 9, and the rest of the day, Sun Shiny, warm and dry, my people to day begin to bind some corn.
27th.  The Wind S. and blowing very moderate, cloudy in the morning till 9, and the rest of the day was sun shiny, very warm and dry yet a very great dew every morning: Paid Wm. Roberts ye Sadler i pound 5 shillings 6 pence, over and above what he had in June last towards the Pilion Cloath, but he mended the great Sad[d sw]e, & the Pilion, and made a new all the tackling to the same .
28th.  The Wind W N.W. blowing fresh, dark, cloudy weather all the morning and some mizling rain betwixt 8 and nine: the Evening was dry and some sun shine and the wind blowing high and cold.
29th.  The Wind W. & by N. blowing fresh and cold in the morning, but was dry all day, and generally Sun shiny and very good and wholesome harvest weather.
30th.  The Wind S.W. blowing high and stormy; cloudy and dark weather – all day, and made very heavy from ii in the morning till near 4 in the Evening when it left off for an hour, and rained afterwards very hard : pd. 2s. 4d. for a side of Mutton .
31st.  The Wind W. &by N. blowing high and very cold, yet it continued dry all this day. My people all this week were reaping and binding of Corn; and I have not made any this year.
September ist.  The Wind S. W. blowing fresh and raining early in ye morning and till 8; and tho it did not rain down right afterwards, yet the sky was very heavy, dark and cloudy, and the Air very moist.
2d.  The Wind W. & by N. blowing fresh and exceeding cold for the time of the year, with intervals of Sun shine & a dark sky, it made two very small & short showers, one of sleet about i in ye Evening the other of hail about 5. To Day I begin to carry in the first of my corn this year; 66 shocks of Rye that grew in the field – above Cae'r Garnedd being carryed into Coydan in the Evening – haveing done reaping all since about 10 a clock this morning  .
3d.  The Wind W. & by N. blowing fresh and very cold, but drying well and generally Sun Shiny: My people carryed in to Coydan Barn all the Great Oats at Coydan Park, being but 340 shocks.
4th.  The Wind S.W. very calm, cloudy dark weather and raining in the morning – And the Air was moist and did not dry any thing all day ·

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