June ist.  the Wind varying all Day. cloudy & dark in the morning, rained a warm soft rain from 8 to 12. then fair & hot, & from i in the Evening till 3 it rained exessive hard fair again, but with some soft showers till night, rained I believe most part of the night. the Parson preached on Matt. Chap. 5th. verses 43. & 44th.
2d.  The Wind still varying raining all ye morning, & at times [or possibly 'time's sw] very hard, set out about half an hour past two for the Cocking at Tŷ'n y Nant. called at LLysdulas, Mr. Lewis gone to Tŷ'n y Nant Mrs. Lewis Colder & Silenter than ever, spent there 3s. 6d. lost the first Battle, staid there thill after 7 & then came off leaving all ye Company together was at home a little after Sun Sett.
3d.  the Wind S. Cloudy & dark in ye Morning, from 9 to SunSett clear and hot. yesterday Hugh Williams ye Joyner of Llan-erchymedd and his Apprentice Richard Davies begun to work here, makeing a New Chees press –
4th.  The Wind S.W. clear & Warm in ye Morning & till 5 in the Evening but ye Wind blowing very high, at 5 it begun to rain & rained hard till (I believe) far in the Night, the Market <at Llanerchmedd> much the Same as last Week, & not very full
5th.  The Wind N.W. very cold in ye Morning, all ye rest of the day clear & warm, but not hot. a very poor Fair to day at LLanerchymedd, hardly any Cattle at all bought, & them that were bought, were at very small rates -
6th.  The Wind W.N.W. blowing pretty fresh, clear & warm, but made no hot weather this year, Paid this day to Mr. LLoyd of LLoydiarth(to be by him pd. to Mrs. Lucy Williams of Hafod- –gregog) ten pounds for one year's Interest for 200L. I owe her
7th.  The Wind W.S.W. very cold in ye Morning, a little warmer about Noon, the Wind high & very cold in ye Evening again, gave Wm. Mathew 4s. to go to Maenaddwyn Cocking, pd. 9d. for a quarter of veal, 1d. for fish —

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