July 2d.  The Wind S. pretty calm in the morning, & raining excessive hard about 2; it blew fresh from 9 a clock all — the rest of the day, and was generally Sun shiny, and ye night calm.
3d.  The Wind S. blowing moderate, it was dry this day,and generally Sun Shiny and fair, but the last part of the Evening was cloudy.
4th.  The Wind S. and very moderate, the morning was sun shiny, fair and clear & very hot about noon, all the rest of the day from 3 in the Evening was cloudy and dark and brought down a mizling rain on the fall of night.
5th.  The Wind S. blowing fresh and drying well, Sun shiny & cloudy alternately all the morning; attempted some little rain about i in the Evening, but soon left off : paid Rhys Hughes the Butcher alias Rhŷs Bentir 2s. 6d. for a side of Mutton . 
6th.  The Wind S. blowing very fresh with intervals of clouds & Sun shine all day after 6 in the morning when it made a mizling rain: Paid Owen Thomas of Aberrach's Son 2 pounds and 6 pence for a ship load of Red Wharf sand being 540 Bushells. or 400 and half the long [Re sw]c[ko sw]ning according to Six score – to the hundred: My people all this week divided their work betwixt carrying home the Peat in the mornings, discharging the sand Vessell &c and the rest of theday in the hay. 
7th.  The Wind S.W. blowing very moderate, warm & dry all day,and generally Sun Shiny; the Evening calm & very pleasant: The Priest finished the Sermon he had begun this day fortnight.
8th. The Wind S.S.W. blowing moderate, Sun shiny, fair and very warm till 4 or 5 in the Evening, cloudy, dark, blowing fresh and cold all the rest of the day : pd. Owen Hughes the Smith's Bill for house work (viz) mending locks &c 3s.  —
9th.  The Wind S. blowing high, Sun shiny hot and Sultry till 5 in the Evening this day also when it grew cloudy,overcast and very cold by night: pd Owen Hughes the Smith 8s. 3d. for work belonging to the farm.
10th.  The Wind S. S.W. & raining hard in the morning from 4 to 7. the rest of the day was dry, but generally cloudy and dark, yet warm enough.
iith.  ●4 [this is written vertically in the margin below 'iith.' sw] The Wind S.W. & very moderate, Sun shiny fair & warm all day : – my people were all the morning, and a great part of the Evening till – after their Noon mea[t sw], carrying home the turf from Cae'r Mynydd_ the rest of the day they were in the hay.

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