August 28th.  The Wind E. calm, fair, Sun Shiny hot & Sultry all day: Pd. 3s. to day at my lodging.
29th.  The Wind W. very moderate Sun Shiny & warm; gave Jones the Danceing Master 10s. 6d. entrance money – before Nancy Wright at the Danceing School : & delivered Mrs. Gold one Guinea to buy her what she stands in need of pd at my lodging 2s. gave little Jack Bulkeley 1s. Executed a bond to Hugh Davies of London Shoomaker to pay him 50L. with Interest on May ist. 175i being a debt my Son owed him .
30th.  The Wind W. very moderate, but raining hard this morning about 3.& continued some rain till 8 or 9. pd. at my lodging to day 10s. 6d. Set out about about 4 in the Evening for LLys dulas (haveing taken my leave of Nancy & her Sister and given them 2s. 6d. a piece ) and arrived there before 8.
31st.  ●8 [this is written vertically in the margin below '31st.' sw] The Wind N . W. blowing fresh & drying well & generally Sun Shiny all day : I staid here to day to rest me after all this great fatigue . delivered Mr. Wm. Vickers 25s. to pay Mrs. Wm. Morris my Subscription money for the Books · of Harbours &c.
September 1st.  The Wind W. blowing fresh & cold, but shiny & drying well all day: I was prevailed upon to stay here this day also in expectation my Son would come here as he promised
2d.  The Wind S. S . W. blowing high & cold & raining without intermission from ii in the morning till near the same time at night·
3d.  The Wind S.W. blowing very high & stormy but sun shiny fair & dry all day: About 4 this Evening I set out from this place for home (haveing given the servant 1s. &was at home before night·
4th.  The Wind S. and moderate, made some, but very little rain this day: I find I am very backward in my harvest·
5th.  The Wind S. W. and moderate, raining hard about 3 in ye morning.– & afterwards from 8 to 9 a clock; the rest of the day was fair but dark & cloudy.
6th.  The Wind W. very moderate, but cold & drying well all day– and generally Sun Shiny; finished to day reaping all the Barley.
7th.  The Wind W. & moderate, drying well, but cold, & generally cloudy & dark all the day: Made into a Stack at Cnewchdernog 120 shocks betwixt Rye and Muncorn, and also another stack of Barley of 160 shocks.

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