October 16th.  The Wind E. very calm & fair all day, the Morning Sun-shiny and pleasant, the Evening overcast; a hoar frost this morning & some frost upon the water. my people at the same work as last week.
17th.  The Wind E. moderately calm and warm & Sun-shiny all day, a poor Markett to day at LLanfechell for Butcher's meat, pd. the Collector of the Land tax 27s. 4d. being the two first quarterly payments for my Lands in my own holding in the parish of LLanfechell.
18th.  The Wind N.E. in the morning, Sun-shiny and fair, it came about 3 in the Evening to S. W. grew dark & overcast, my people carry home from Cemaes goods brought me from L[e sw]verpool on board the young Cloxan Wm. Griffith of Cytt Master – (Viz) 500 weight of Salt, 9 measures of New England Wheat, 56 pound weight of Raw [h sw]emp, 14 Bags about ye Salt and Wheat, a Gallon Bottle of Train Oyl, a Gallon Bottle of Vinegar 18 graffted Codling Trees, 6 Damas[e sw]en Trees, and a Peach Tree, 2 other Rare Codlin kind, & some flower plants — Pd. ye Collector of LLanbadrick 10s. 10d. being to the two first quarterly payments for Clygyrog ucha in my holding-
19th.  The Wind W. & by N. clear & fair in the Morning, the Evening dark & hazy, but made no rain; no Sermon to day, tho one due
20th.  The Wind S. dark and a dirty Mizling rain all day, which — made the fields very dirty & slabby, finished makeing my new Beech Harbours, and planted the middle Bank in the new Orchard with Codling Trees I had from Liverpoole .
21st.  The Wind W. blowing fresh & cold, but generally sun shiny & clear; planted the lower Bank in the New· Orchard with Damas[e sw]en Trees_The five Next the South came from Pwllhalog where Ihave seen the best kind I ever saw. the five next the North came from Liverpool; one other Damas[e sw]en planted in ye plot where the Cwtt is·

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