September 6th.  The Wind N.E. moderately calm, sun-shiny fair & dry all day; A thin congregation at LLanfechell Church occasioned by LLanrhuddlad Wakes; the Parson preached on Tit: Chap 2d. verses ii & 12th. dry, dry, dry & insipid – 
7th.  The Wind E. & by S. blowing high and stormy & very cold all day, made some rain about 4 in the Evening, and rained very hard from 10 at night till 4 or 5 next morning: This – Day Mr. Hugh Owen of Penrhose the youngest Son of that house ( but possessing that Estate to the wrong of his eldest brother Robert entailed upon him by the last Will of the elder Brother Wm. Owen ) was marryed to Mrs. Margerett Bold onely surviving Child of John Bold of Beaumares Shopkeeper by Elizabeth the youngest Daughter of Mr – David Wms. of Glanalaw, they were marryed at Trewalch _ mai, she liveing with her Aunt Lewis at Bodwine.
8th.  The Wind E. & by S. blowing very cold, high & stormy - and raining about 7, fair afterwards till ii, & raining from that time till night.
9th.  The Wind E. moderately calm, but dark & cloudy, from 10 to i, it rained excessive hard that the water run down the furrows, made severall showers in the Evening afterwards, & rained prodigious hard about 8 at night.
10th.  The Wind S.E. Some showers early in the morning, & rained excessive hard about 8. as it did likewise about 10. and all the Evening it rained excessive hard without hardly any– interruption .
iith.  The Wind E. blowing a rank storm all the morning accom – – panyed with a prodigious rain till 9. when it softened a little, made severall showers afterwards in the Evening & untill far in the night  ·

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