June 27th.  The Wind S.W. & by S. blowing fresh, overcast & cloudy most part of the morning, some sun Shine in the Evening but exceeding cold & so continued all night: Joined the above mentioned Comissioners to day at Llanfechell to sign the Land & Light tax bills for Talybolion, cost me to day 1s. 3d. & Pd. Henry Owen Churchwarden of LLanddeusant is. 8d.
28.  The Wind S. & by W. blowing high & a hot scorching wind, all day, but continued without rain; To Day I begun to mow my hay.
29th.  The Wind S. & by W. blowing fresh, hot & scorching and generally Sun Shiny all day; the Wind was higher in the Evening and more blasting. The Priest Set his Tythe of Corn & hay onely to 50L. &reserv'd the Tythe of the Upland of this parcell to himself
30th.  The Wind S. blowing fresh, hot & scorching, & generally Sunshiny all day; Paid A Merioneth Shire man one pound one shilling for 36 pieces of Oak Saplings big enough to make Rafters for small houses, cow-houses & barns in small Tenements. pd, 1d.2/1 for Ale.
July ist.  The Wind S. very calm Sun Shiny & hot & very Sultry all day The Market to day at Carnarvon very low & very slow, I sent there i0 peggets of Rye a fortnight ago, sold but 2 peggets and half the first Market & 4 peggets & half to day, pd. 1s. for buttons & sowing silk.
2d.  The Wind S. very calm in the morning, Sun shiny hot & Sultry, about noon it grew cloudy & overcast & blew very fresh, begun to rain about 2 in the Evening & made 2 or 3 showers from that time to 3 a clock; the rest of the Evening was dry, but very windy.
3d.  [? sw]● [this is written vertically in the margin below '3d.' sw] The Wind S. blowing high & scorching and generally Sun shiny all the Evening the Wind blew so high that my people could not make the hay into big Cocks, & were forced to make it again into small Cocks, & yet it continued dry all day.
4th.  The Wind S. blowing very high & stormy with some rain about 7 in the morning, & made frequent small showers afterwards yet the Wind continued to blow very high all the rest of the day .
5th.  The Wind W. blowing fresh, dark & overcast, yet made no rain – most part of the Evening was sun shiny, fair & warm, delivered to Humphrey Mostyn 4s. more to pay for the [f sw]ringe.
6th.  The Wind W. blowing fresh & cold, dark & cloudy, paid David Morgan a Merioneth Shire Man 3 pounds for Joyces & spars, pd. 3d for Ale.

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