Sepr. 22d.  The Wind S. with a Dirty Mizling Rain in the Morning cleared afterwards & was very fair, My people still at the Same work of Sand Carrying, & others opening of Ditches. Mr. Meyrick Bodorgan came here to day from —– LLwydiarth in his way to Croes-Fechan, to see that. & [there is a symbol in the margin like a hash without the lower horizontal line opposite this line and the one below it sw] the Lands in my hands that he had Purchased of Mr. Richd Williams Carrog, dined here, & went off about 3.
23d. ●5 [this is written in the margin, immediately below '23d.' sw] The Wind.  W.N.W.fair & clear all day, planted out some Cabbage plants out of the Seed Bed, my Servants at the same work as before .
24th.  The Wind S.W, still, calm & warm, but rained a wet mizling rain all or most part of the Day, a poor Market at LLanfechell to day, My Servants & Labourers Still at the same work.
25th.  The Wind S. & S S.W. very calm & cloudy, made severall showers of Mizling rain throughout the Day, my people at the Same Work.
26th.  The Wind S.S.W. calm, dark & raining in the Morning till 8. then a little fairer, & continued fair all the rest of the Day. the Parson preached on Ecclesiastes Chap 12th. vers. 1.
27th.  The Wind W. calm & fair, & dry all day, my people at the Same work as before.
28th.  The Wind W and by S. dark & cloudy, & very cold in ye Evening when it made heavy showers of cold rain or Sleet,I had a man to day turning the water over the Meadow of – Ferem, the rest of my people at the same work. –
29th.  The Wind N.N.W. very cold & dry & something dark a great many horses went from this Neighbourhood to Chester fair, no less that 32 betwixt Wm. Bevan of Croes fechan & John ap Wm. Lewis of Cemlyn, Francis ap Wm. Pugh of LLanvaethly is Just set up for a Jockey

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