September 26th.  The Wind S. blowing high, cloudy and dark with a rusty sky, and tho it made no rain this day except a small shower about 5 in the Evening, yet the Wind was very moist almost bordering on rain.
27th.  The Wind W. blowing moderate, Sun shiny fair &pleasant &drying well all this day; Pd. 2s. for two hundred Herrings.
28th.  The Wind E. calm and dark cloudy weather all day and raining without almost any intermission & frequently very hard all this day ·
29th  The Wind S. all the day, cloudy & dark weather, but made little rain this day; and dryed but very little, on the fall of night the wind came to N. W. blowing fresh and drying well all the night.pd. is. [1/- sw] for a piece of Holland tape for Anna Wright.
30th.  The Wind N. and little of it, Sun shiny fair, clear and dry all this day and my people were turning the corn & changing its place to dry it,being very very wet & dirty.
October ist.  The Wind W blowing fresh, dark & cloudy with some little rain in the morning, but soon over, & dryed will all the day after: pd. Rhys Bentir 2s. for a side Mutton, Pd. Owen ’Bwiliam Owen 6d. for working Pd. Ellin ifans 4d. for 2 lobsters, & Pd. Thomas Jones the Chanter 7s.6d. for 2 pound weight of Tea.
2d.  The Wind S. blowing very high and generally Sun Shiny & drying well, but—– made very heavy rain this night sometime before day: LLanerchymedd Fair to day proved a very good one: pd. Harry the driver 5s. of this Sumer's [there is a line over the 'm' sw] wages.
3d.  The Wind variable from S.E in the morning to W. before night, blow– ing fresh and generally Sun shiny, yet made some sharp showers – this day also: The Priest preached on John Chap: i3th. & verses 34 & 35.
4th.  The Wind W. blowing very high, stormy &tempestuous, cloudy & dark, & attended with frequent showers of cold, & heavy showers of rain, especially in the night in rained exceeding hard·
5th.  The Wind W. blowing fresh, cloudy & dark weather yet dryed well allthis day: gave a Guinea to my kinsman Benjamin Parry Son to my Cousin Wm. Parry late of Dublin who was going to London to follow the buisness of Printing to which he was brought up in Dublin: pd. the Collector of the Land & light tax 2 quarterly payments of the Sd. taxes due at last Michaelmas, being iL. 7s. 4d. land tax, & i5s. 6d. light tax
6th  The Wind W.N.W. blowing fresh sun shiny fair & drying well till 3 in the– Evening by which time I had carryed in the last of my Corn & stack'd it & had it covered by night, & well it was that I had it, for the rest of the day and all the night it made such stormy tempestuous weather with such excessive heavy rains that the like has not been seen or felt this long time. pd the Carrier 2s. 4d. for Carrying Sugar from Chester·


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