Septr. 2d.  The Wind S. fair & dry, but little Wind, my people thatching the hay in the Morning, & binding the Barley at Pen y bont in the Evening .
3d.  The Wind S. fair Sun-Shiny & clear, & blowing fresh in the Evening. I have i9 Drags carrying of my Barley in to day – which is very dry and good.  
4th.  The Wind W.S.W. very calm, but dark and cloudy & very like rain till 4 in the Evening when it cleared up & was clear & fair fro[m sw] [end of the word lost in the margin sw] that time till night, few people in LLanvechell Church to day, by reason of LLanrhuddlad Wakes.
5th.  The Wind N. in ye Morning, settled at E. & by N. in the Evening, fair dry and good harvest weather, my people at Cnewchdernog carrying in the Barley & Oates there. being but a small Crop, all making but 9 Shocks.
6th.  [there is a large, scribbled crossing-out in the margin below '6th.' sw] The Wind almost due E. dark & cloudy till 9 a clock, the Sun- -shiny fair & pleasant, my people to day carrying in the small Oats at Coydan. To day —————— pd Wm. Wms. the Smith of Rhosbeirio 1s. for cleansing and mending of a lock.
7th.  The Wind E. Cold, sharp and dry in the Morning, calm, fair and warm in the Evening. was to day at Garddwr & Cemaes with Mr. Lewis Morris who is Surveying the Sea Coast of this Countrey by order of the Lords of the Admiralty . 
8th.  The Wind N.E. fair & Serene, Mr. Meyrick ye Younger of Bodorgan came here this Evening along with Mr. Lewis of LLysdulas & Mr. Thomas Meyrick of Cefen Côch, this Day was laid the   ☞ [this symbol is in the margin opposite this line sw] foundation of the Wind – Mill Tower at Gâllt–Ben–ddu by LLannerchymedd. Set Tyddŷn tan yr âllt to Rowland Roberts of Carreglefn for one year at the rate of 40s. and ye usuall presents.  

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