|September 20th. The Wind S.E. dark & cloudy, with very little wind, and a dirty mizling rain most part of the day. my people finïshed to day all the Corn at Cnewchdernog– & what was left uncarryed of the small Oats at Coydan– all my Pease are out, & in a bad pickle I am afraid.|
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The Wind S. dark & cloudy, with a mizling rain in the morning, about noon it made a very heavy shower for half an hour; all the Evening was fair & dry: LLannerchymedd Fair proved very good, a great many cattle sold there & good rates; I Sold there two old Cows for 6L.
|22d. The Wind S. & by W. a calm, warm day without raining, but dryed very little; my people employed in turning ye Pease; to dry that were very wet, in part of the Evening they reaped March Wheat but co[u sw]ld not finish before night.|
|23d. The Wind S.W. calm sun– shiny and fair all day, but drying but little, a full congregation to day at LLanfechell Church, & the Parson preached on Prov. Chap 14th. vers. 2d. ye latter part of the vers.|
|24th. The Wind S. & by W. cloudy & dark & very calm & still wea= -ther, my people to day are carrying home the Pease; pd Richd. Roberts petty Constable of LLanddeust. parish 1s. 10d. for my Lands in ye parish assessed at 2/1a pound towards repairing the Shire-Hall.|
|25th. The Wind N. blowing fresh & drying well after 8 a clock, – having rained very hard before day - my people employed in thatching the Corn. Pd. Thomas Bryan's Man 3L. 12s. in part of his Note .|
|26th The Wind S.E. very calm ,& dark cloudy weather,but dry till 9 a clock, from which time it rained with very little intermission till near 9 at night.Pd. John Prys Humphrey of LLanelian iiL. for 20 Peggets of Fern Ashes for Mr. Wright I have an acct. with him for some things he bought for me & laid out money in Leverpool for me .pd for a Calf to Abr.Jones.12s.|