July 13th.  The Wind N.W. fair & dry all day, my people

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a dressing hay all day, Set Tyddŷn y Silied to Roger ab William Owen for one year at the rate of 2L. 5s. with the usuall presents & 10 days work in the Corn harvest paying for them 3d a day.

14th.  The Wind S.W. in the Morning, came afterwards to the W. rained very hard all the morning till ii a clock, windy fair & dry afterwards, my people employed this day in cutting the Court & the Walks about the Wall garden, & cutting even likewise, or clipping the Quickset hedge -

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a pretty good Markett to day at LLanfechell .to day my Son came home.

15th.  The Wind W. blowing fresh & cold, but sunshiny and dry, my people made all the great meadow into big Cocks.
16th. The Wind W. blowing high & cold, but sun - shiny & clear. a great congregation to day at LLanfechell Church, the Parson preached on Rom: Chap. 13th. & the first part of the 13th. vers.
17th.  The Wind W. calm & serenee & very fair, about 8 I set out for LLanerchymedd to Join Mr. Lewis of LLysdulas to hear & determine offences against the Laws of Excise – made a very hott, sultry day, we finished the buisness of the hearing by 7 a clock, & I was at home by 9.
18th.  The Wind S.S.W. dark & cloudy all day, and something cold; my people employed in the hay as before.
19th.  The Wind S.S.W. dark & cloudy, and raining hard about 7 in the Morning, fair afterwards to the End of the day, but cloudy and cold. 

20th.   ❍12⎮ [this is written in the margin below '20th.'sw]

The Wind varying all day from S. to N.W. rained very hard from 12 at night to 4 in the Morning, besides severall Showers afterwards dureing the Morning; The Evening dry & cold, my people these 2 last days opening & Scowring  Ditches.

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