June 1st.  The Wind S.W. dark & cloudy & very little Sun – shine all day, yet made no rain; a poor Markett at LLanfechell.
2d.  The Wind S. raining a soft mizling rain all the Morning, about 4 in the Evening it rained very hard & ye Wind came to N. N. W. my people to day. & yesterday digging stones to make a Wall to break ye Wind from the field Kiln, others are paveing & mending the way to the Orchard & makeing fast the Door of the Same by — . mending the wall above and about it; the rest are still weeding the corn.
3d.  The Wind N. and cold, but the Sun shining very hot. The — Parson preached on Luk. Chap. 22d. vers. 19th. cold &heavy–
4th.  The Wind N. calm & cold & cloudy all the morning, some rain and very warm about noon, cold again before night.
5th.  The Wind S.S.W. dark close weather, and raining most part of the day, but very warm and Sultry all day –
6th.  The Wind S. blowing high, attended with rain all ye Morning_ and frequent Showers in the Evening. my Servants winnowing Corn at Cnewchdernog and carrying it home.  
7th.  The Wind S. blowing fresh all day attended with frequent showers of driveing rain in the Morning, the Evening dry; my people to day are bleeding the Cattle,as they did yesterday . at Cnewchdernog.
8th.  The Wind S. dark & cloudy  & cold withall in the Morning, and rained hard from 2 in the Evening till almost night, yesterday Masons employed by the Church - wardens begun to repair & raise higher the Parson's Paddock – Alias the Church yard wall ,adding to the figure it had before a Copeing. pd. 2s. 4d. for a Lamb & a quarter of Mutton.
9th. The Wind S. dark hazy weather with a mizling rain about noon; about 2 it begun to rain in earnest, & continued with little or no inter- -mission till 12 or i in the morning; especially from 8 to 10 it rained excessive hard.


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The S. dark & cloudy all the Morning; about noon it cleared up, rainedsoundly about 2, dry the rest of the Evening, but cloudy and a very moist Air .There was to day ( being Whitsunday ) 76 Communicants; the Sermon as usuall, because to morrow he is to preach Rydgroes Sermon for which he is to be paid .

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