June 30th.  The Wind S. W. raining all the morning till 9 . afterwards blowing fresh, dry & fair. to day I took the Examination of the Prisoner, & Sent him with a Comittment to Gaol . about an hour afterwards the Corps of the unfortunate George Warmingham was was brought down, and accompanyed by a good number of people was carryed to Church, and about i was buryed in his Grandmother's (by his Father's side) grave in the Church yard close by the Church wall under Caerdegog Window. I gave betwixt the Parson & clark 1s.
July ist.  The Wind E. moderately calm, hot & Sultry all day; my people all this day in the hay; all which I have hitherto cut being very thin.
2d.  The Wind E. S. E. calm & Sultry, and made a great shower about 9 ; all the rest of the day Sun shiny &dry and my people rakeing the hay in Cae'r Gegin which is a pretty good crop.
3d.  The Wind E. & by S. calm & Sultry made some rain — before day, & a shower or 2 afterwards about 7. but about noon it rained exceeding hard for half an hour the Evening fair & dry: my people all this week were dischargeing of Sand boats & carrying Sand on ye pinfold
4th.  The Wind unsettled, but generally at N. W. and raining hard before day , and afterwards about 9. the Evening Sun-shiny and fair ; a great congre= -gation at Church to day, tho there was no Sermon. paid Rhys Gray (who is a Harper, Harp Maker =— Turner, & lately a Boat builder. ) 2s. for two Oven Boards.

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