August 14th.  The Wind S. S. W. blowing moderate, Sun shiny fair, and drying well all day; grew cloudy & overcast about 5; yet it continued without raining : LLanerchmedd Fair to day proved a very good one; a great deal of buying, and the price moderate : pd. 2s. 2d. for a hat, and 2s. 3d. for two pair of stockins for Hugh ’Bwilliam Gabriel: made very heavy rain this night from 9 to the time that I went to bed which was after i0.
i5th.  The Wind S. W. blowing high & stormy long before day, & continued to blow high all day, and made no rain this day nor this night: My people went to Cnewchdernog to reap the Rye which I thank [the text definitely says 'thank', but WB maybe means 'think' or maybe has missed out the word 'God' sw], they effected; haveing gone there twice before, and drove home by the rain
16th.  The Wind W. S. W. blowing fresh all the morning and till 4 in the morning Evening, and dryingwell , from that time it grew calm & made some showers, and about 6 it begun to rain heavy which it did for above an hour.
17th.  The Wind W. calm, Sun shiny ,warm, fair & pleasant all day,being the first fair day it made since the 27th. of last month: Pd. 10d.for a hind- quarter of Ram: 10d. for a quarter of Veal: & 18d. for a fore quarter of Mutton: in all 3s. 2d. for Butcher's meat.
18th.  The Wind S. W. blowing high, and generally cloudy & dark all day, but made no rain till 5 in the Evening when it made a mizling driveing rain till night: My people all these days are reaping, and binding corn at Coydan. 
19th.  The Wind W. & by S. blowing fresh, Sun Shiny cold and dry the Evening was calm, and generally cloudy and overcast , but made no rain all the day nor night, but a very great dew:
20th. ●8 [this is written in the margin below '20th.' sw] The Wind W. and by S. blowing very moderate, Sun shiny, clear and fair all this day from Sun to Sun: I have to day fourteen reapers, that are reaping the barley in Brynclynni : pd. Owen Thomas the Smith i0d for a small Hatchet he made me.
2ist.  The Wind S.W. blowing very moderate, Sun Shiny,fair and dry all the morning and untill 2 in the Evening when it begun to make a mizling rain ,which it continued almost all the rest of the day & often very hard.
22d.  The Wind W. blowing fresh & dry, but generally cloudy; gave a woman who had suffered loss by fire 1s. pd. at LLanerchymedd 4s. for Butcher's— meat.

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