Sepr. 13th.  called at the Nurse by Maen addwyn to see my Grand- Daughter, gave the Nurse 2s. 6d. dined at Mr.Lewis Davies Parson of LLandyfrydog, & was at home by night.
14th.  The Wind N.W. a fair day day from morn to night. my people makeing of Barley into a Stack, & others of them binding Oats.
15th.  The Wind E. blowing fresh, sun-shiny & fair all day, my people this day also makeing another Barley Stack, & others binding small Oats; begun to make a Stack of Great Oats about 3 .
16th.  The Wind E. sun-shiny & fair & blowing fresh. and cold withall, a very great congregation to day at LLanfechell Church, & ye Parson had a very good offering at the burying of my Tenant Rowland ap Wm. Probert of Tyddŷn Prŷs, a laborious honest labourer, & tho he had been very long ill, I did not hear that he was once visited by the Parson, so that the money he had to day he little deserved.
17th.  The Wind E. dark & cloudy, & from 8 to 12 it made severall sharp – showers; the Evening fair & dry. my people finished to day ye Stack of great Oats begun on Saturday; & carryed in the remainder of the Barley at Coydan; and carryed in likewise some small Oats. Gabriel Jones shot to day at a very great flock of Wild Geese on Cors y ddafad, alias Cors y Cilfaes, & killed two of them. 
18th.  The Wind E. & by S. raining excessive hard all the morning till 6, and some said all the night fromtill 10 a clock · from 6 in the Morning till 12 it was dry, but dark, cloudy & close weather without a breath of Wind, and the Evening was in a manner altogether a wet and mizling rain .. my people this day employed in thatching the Corn : pd. one Wm. Davies of Aberffraw Collector of ye Kings Chief Rents 18s. 11d. for my three Cnewchdernogs.
19th.  The Wind E.& by N. a dry clear day with a good breeze, my people carrying in of Corn to day at Cnewchdernog with ii drags—

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