July 13th.  The Wind N.W. blowing fresh and cold, but sun-shiny and clear all day; a very great congregation to day at LLanfechell Church, tho nothing performed there but the plain service.
14th.  The Wind S. moderately calm all day, but generally cloudy and dark; some of my Servants are cutting Turf in LLyn y Gors Rŷdd, others of them are scowring wett hedges –  
15th.  The Wind S.S.W. blowing fresh, and dark, cloudy, unpleasant weather all day; My Servants to day are carrying stones to mend the high way on Pen Gorsedd Rŷs. –
16th. The Wind S.W. blowing pretty fresh, dark and cloudy with some drops of rain in the fore noon; but about 3 it begun to rain in earnest, and rained very heavy at times from that time till night, my servants were in the hay till 10. where yt small first shower drove them home; afterwards they were digging stones in Brynnau duon and carrying them to ye west side of Cae Rhŷd y Gaseg (where the River washes that hedge & pulls it down every year) to build there a strong — stone wall betwixt me & cae maen Arthur which I could never secure from trespass from that quarter. Pd. into the hands of Richard Wms. of Tŷ Newŷdd who was goeing to Carnarvon to buy slates for LLanflewyn Church (whereof he is Churchwarden) one pound Sixteen shillings to pay for 4000 slates for me.
17th.  The Wind W. blowing fresh sun-shiny and dry, till noon when it darkened, and made a very great  – about 1 . the rest of the Evening dry, but dark & cloudy, my servants finished ye stone wall in ye wet ditch by Rhyd y Gaseg. within Cae maen Arthur, & begun a little of that with<in> Brynne duon .
18th.  The Wind W.S.W. fair & dry all day, my people all this day in ye hay: pd. for a Cheese Case & a large Butter Box 2s.

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