|October 12th. The Wind W. S. W. calm & fair, but generally cloudy; and made a very heavy rain some time this night, Planted to day my Tulip, Anemonies, Ranunculus & Jonquill Roots.|
13th. 10❍ [this is written in the margin below '13th.' sw]
The Wind N. in the morning, came to N.E. in the Evening; very calm, fair and sun shiny, finished my Sluice for carrying the water from Cae'r Gors· in Bodelwyn to Cae'r âllt ddu in the same farm; finished likewise sowing Wheat this day . Delivered Wm. Davies 1s. to give in my stead to the Minister & Sexton that bury my friend & Nephew Owen Wms. the Glazier at LLanerchmedd.
|14th. The Wind S.E. sun shiny warm & fair all day: The Market at LLanerchmedd much the same (viz ) Barley from 19s. to 1L. 1s. 6d. Wheat from 28s. to 36s. Rye from 22s to 30s a peggett ·|
|15th. The Wind E.&byN. blowing fresh, cold & raw; made some rain about 4 in the Evening; fair afterwards all night.Pd. Hugh Wms. the Collector of Llandduesant 28s 8d. being the two first quarterly payments of the landTax due last Michaelmas . for my lands in LLanddeusant.|
|16th. The Wind E. N. E. dark, cloudy weather, & very cold and raw all day, with some showers at times, a pretty full Mar -ket to day at LLanfechell; pd. Shadrach Evans 15s. for a Side of Beef & the head; & pd. 3d. for turnips.|
|17th The Wind E. blowing fresh, sunshiny & fair & dry. haveing done sowing wheat my people are Sowing Rye, others of them makeing the Pinfold hedge at Cefn y [there is a line over 'y' sw] Groes for next Summer Planted to day 7 Cabbages for Seed; the 2 next ye East, are early Cabbage, ye rest are Winter Cabbage . planted also Carrots, parsnip & Onion forSeeds: I'll plant Onions again after Chrismas ·|