|July 25th. The Wind W.S.W. misty & calm in ye morning cleared up about 9 and blew fresh, but very hot & Sultry; a poor fair to day at LLanfechell, very little buying of any thing; Even Ale-house-keepers complained of their meeting but few Customers this fair .|
|26th. The Wind S.W. blowing fresh, cloudy & cold, with some – rain in the morning; about ii it begun to rain in earnest,& rained pretty hard till near 3 in the Evening.|
|27th. The Wind S.S.W. blowing fresh, and mightily overcast, & cloudy in the Morning; about 9 I set out for Pont_Rhyd-Pont to Join Mr. John Owen of Presaddved to hear an - Information brought by the Collector of the Customs at Holy-head against persons running Customable goods came there about ii sufficiently wetted, haveing rained all along without intermission till 5 in the Evening. condemned the goods forfeited, and went this night to Presaddved.|
|28th. The Wind S.W. raining hard about 5 in the Morning; all the rest of the day fair and dry.|
|29th. The Wind W. blowing fresh; still at Presaddved very well entertained; and sat up till 2 in the Morning.|
|30th. The Wind W. blowing fresh & dry all, sat up with – company this night till i in the morning .|
31st. 10● [this is written in the margin below '31st.' sw]
The Wind N. W. very hot & Sultry; gave 4s. among ye servants at Presaddved, & set out about 12,& came home by 3, haveing staid some time at Cnewchdernog to see my Cattle · and with the people that were mowing my hay, and rakeing it there.