June 25th.  The Wind N. N.W. very cold all day, with some rain in the Morning, my people at home raking of Hay & the rest finishing to day the plowing of the Pinfolds at Cnewchdernog, pd. 3d. for Ale.
26th.  The Wind N.N.W. very cold dark weather, a great con– -gregation to day at LLanfechell, the Parson preached on 2. Cor. Chap. 5. vers. 17th. a very vulgar discourse –
27th.  The Wind N.W. & by N. very cold & excessive dry, was to day at the Parson's Tythe setting, & tho he had sett above 30L. worth last year, he did not receive much above 10L. & could not set one bit of it.
28th.  The Wind N. calm and pleasant. with a great dew this morning, and tollerably warm all day, my people raking hay & opening wet Ditches all these days –
29th.  The Wind N. Calm, fair, and very hott, pd. Wm. Cornelius ye Mill-wright 18s. for timber to make a Cogg-Wheel for the Mill, went to LLanerchymêdd about the buisness of the Administration of John Parry of Tan yr âllt's' effects– was at home by 9 in the Evening ˙
30th.  The Wind N. & N.N.W. fair & hott & excessive dry, To Day Mr. Humphrey Parry of Pwllhaulog (pursuant to the agreement made with my Mother for her 2 Annuities out of Pwllhaulog Estate) came here with the Agent of Mrs. Lucy Pitt (who had lent him money to clear all incumbrances ) to have my mother execute those Deeds as releasing Mr. Parry from those Annuities.dinedhere and went off about 4 in the Evening.
July ist. 2❍  [this is written in the margin immediately below 'July ist.' sw] The Wind N.N.E. very hott still, but a little breez to day took a ride to Bodneva, & back again thro Cemaes, & was at home by 12, a pretty good Market at LLanvechell, I carry My Turf home to day and yesterday, & every day till I've done.

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