June 7th.

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The Wind W. blowing a fresh gale, but hot and sultry, & Sunshiny & very clear. paid George Warmingham 15s. in part of his wages; he being to pay for a New hat, shooes , and Shirting cloath he bought.

8th.  The Wind N. N. W. blowing cold, but the Sun shining clear & very hot; pd. 6d. for Ale to day at LLanfechell, & received a mourning Ring in memory of Mrs. Meyrick of Bodorgan
9th. The Wind N.W. blowing fresh & something cold; but the Sun very hot and Sultry. Sent my Son to day to represent me at the burying of Mr. Wm. Morgan the Parson of- LLanddeusant, who is to be buryed at LLanfairynghor- -nwy. a harmless, inoffensive, chearfull Man even to his last.
10th.  The Wind N. W. calm,very hott and Sultry all day, nothing remarkable in these parts.
11th.  The Wind W. very calm, sunshiny and exceeding- hott and Sultry all day: The parson preached on Eph- -esians Chap. 2d. & vers. 10th. Sold to Day to Mr. Richard Hughes of Castellior the younger i0 Oxen 6 were 5 year old, & 4 were 4 year old; he had a mind to cull 2 which I refused; So those two he bought for 13 pound & 13 shillings; and the other 8 for 14 pound & 14 shillings for each pair; & I am to keep them till August.
12th.  The Wind W. excessive hot & Sultry all day. My my Servants are carrying sand all this week, others weeding the Corn & drying Oats for [pee sw]ling .p’d. 18d. for a quarter of Mutton.

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