May the 8th.  The Wind S.S W. blowing high & cold, and yet raining almost continually with very little intermission all day, insomuch as the rivers every where in these parts are out covering a great deal of the ground about them.
9th.  The Wind W. & by N. blowing fresh & very cold all day; cloudy and dark all the morning and threatening rain ; the Evening clearer, but still very cold .
i0th.  The Wind S. W. blowing moderate; the morning was generally sun shiny, fair & pleasant & not cold, but it grew dark & over– –cast in the Evening with some little rain, and exceeding cold_ from 4 dureing the rest of the day.
iith.  The Wind N. blowing moderate, and generally Sun shiny, but dry all this day (except a shower it made before day )& very cold: gave is. [1/- sw] to a raffle.
i2th.  The Wind S.S.W. blowing very moderate & raining incessantly more or less all day: discharged to day 2 lads that were hired by the day to– harrow after they had been here above 2 months, but did not; nor could not harrow half the time by reason of the extraordinary wet season, & tho there is still a great deal of ground to be sown with barley when God grants dry weather to plow it, the keeping them here to expect that would be an useless expences: I pd. them 8s. 3d.
i3th.  The Wind E. very calm, cloudy & dark & very like rain all ye morning about ii it began to rain[, sw] a small rain which continued more orless all day and rained exceeding hard in the night. Paid one James Jones a South- Wales man iL. 4s. 6d. for dressing of Feathers & fanning & cleansing all the beds in this house; & pd. Shadrach 6d. for killing the hog.
i4th    9❍  [this is written vertically in the margin under 'i4th' sw]    The Wind S. W. blowing moderate, cloudy & dark & raining all along till near 8 hazy & foggy weather afterwards till 5 in the Evening – when it clear'd up the Sun shined the rest of the day: Pd. Humphrey the Cowman i2s. 6d. being the remainder of 35s. wages I owed him; Pd. Thomas Jones the Chanter i2s. for Tea & other things I bought of him, Pd. Rhŷs Bentir 2s. 6d. for Butcher's meat bought of him to day, & Pd.4d.for fish. & îs. [1/- sw] to Thomas Wms. the Taylor for makeing 6 Stacks . 
i5th.  The Wind S. E. blowing very moderate with a rusty fog in ye morning but cleared up about i0, & was sun shiny, clear & hot weather all the rest of the day: Pd. 2d. for fish.
i6th.  The Wind E. & very moderate in the morning; the Evening it blew fresh & scorching but not cold: The Priest finished the Sermon began the 2d. Instant: gave 2s. to a Collection for a poorlad of this parish in the hands of a Surgeon ·

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