June the ist. The Wind N.E. calm warm and pleasant in the morning, but cold about noon and blowing fresh; the Evening was fair and warm. The Parson preached on 2.Cor. Chap. 5th. vers. 17th.~ pd. Hugh LLoyd late of Hendre Howel 1s. for planeing my Ho[a sw]n, and pd. John Prŷs 4d.2/1 for Crab·fish.
2d.  The Wind N.E. something cold and scorching in the morning, but the Sun very hott; the Evening calm and pleasant. pd. 1d.2/1. for Ale.
3d.  The Wind N.W. very calm and fair with a fine dew in the Morning- and cloudy till 9 . afterwards sun–shiny and very hott. walked about ii to Cemaes to a Timber Fair, bought there 28 Ash — Boards for 10s. 8d2/1. which I pd. for, and also 5s. for 5 pair of – Turf Panniers, & 6d. for Carrying them; & pd. 3d. for Ale. pd likewise to Richard Roberts the Church Warden 2s. 9d. being the remainder of my Church tax for the year 1739. haveing pd 9s before which see in Pag. 371.
4th.  The Wind S.W. blowing fresh & very hott & Sultry & indeed – scorching. a great want of rain ,and theEarth burnt up again as before; The Markett in LLanerchmedd very full of Corn, and carrying a very great price; I pd. for a Measure of Wheat 10s. 3d. the Rye & Pilcorn above 30s. & ye Barley at 24s. a Peggetts.
5th.  The Wind S.W. blowing fresh, dark and cloudy, and made some little rain 2 or 3 times, but was soon over; a very thin Fair at LLanerchmedd to day, and very little Cattle, and those but ordinary.
6th  The Wind S.S.W. blowing very high and cold; made one great Shower about i in the Evening, the rest of the day was dry; My people employed in the mornîng in carrying the Oats to Cemaes Sold to William Griffith of Cutt; in the Evening they were carrying the Turf out of the Turberry to spread them to dry.
7th.  The Wind S.S.W. blowing high, & very like to rain all ye Morning, tho it made but very little afterwards, the Evening fair& warm, & made some little rain on the fall of night. my people employed to day in the same work as yesterday about the Turf.


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