September 17th.  The Wind S.S.E. calm & warm, but d[ark & sw] cloudy in the Morning, but made no rain; The Evening clear fair & Warm; The Parson preached on John Chap . 13th. verses 34 & 35th. the Old Canting preach, makeing the words of the Text a duty onely, as it was comanded [there is a line over the 'm' sw], and not as it was a reall obligation in the Morality . it being onely a piece of a Sermo[n sw] of 14 Minutes long, he promised the other piece a fortnight hence, thus it has been always used by this man to make one Sermon serve for a Month.· 
18th.  The Wind E. Sun-shiny fair & dry, carryed home to day all my great Oats being 540 Shocks, it being ii a clock at night before they finished; went this Evening to Rhosbeirio & paid Mr. Francis LLoyd 26L. 5s. Interest to the 12th. Inst for the Mortgage. one Quarter's Interest ( being 8L. 15s. ) being remitted.
19th.  The Wind N.E. Fair & dry, my people make the Corn to day at Cnewchdernog: went to Cemaes to see some timber where I spent 3d. for Ale.
20th.  The Wind N.E. Sun-shiny fair & dry, my people finish to day makeing the Corn at Cnewchdernog, rained a little about 3 in the Evening, and it was near 12 at night when my people came home, haveing finished all the Harvest.
21st. The Wind E. & by N. very calm, warm & fair, & cloudy all the Morning;the Evening Sun-shiny. made a very good Fair to da[y sw] at LLanerchymedd, buying there all sorts of cattle.
22d.  The Wind E. fair, warm & calm all day, sometime the Morning before day one of the Cow-houses inCoydan fell down, the 2 Couples breaking, & killed [me sw] 6 Geese: my peo[ple sw] thatch the Corn to day.
23d.  The Wind W. & very calm, fair & pleasant, & a great hoar-frost this Morning, the Evening Sun-shiny & warm, [my sw] people thatch the Corn to day too .

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