July 9th.  The Wind S. blowing moderate, hot and very Sultry & dry all this day: Paid the Parson Priest 27L. for the Tythe of LLawr yLLan [there is a line over the 'an' sw] that I held last year, & he returned 36s. by way of Gift: I also took the Tythe of the same parcell to day for the present year for 24L.


❍ 6 [this is written vertically in the margin below 'i0th.' sw] The Wind S. and little of it, dark cloudy weather for the most part of this day, and extream sultry; made a sharp shower in the morning early but of short continuance, Settled accounts this day with Robt. Evans, and the ballance being 4L. i8s. 1d. in his favour I instantly Pd. him, and paid him likewise 6L. 8s. 0d. being his wages in full to last Allsts.

iith.  The Wind S. blowing high & scorching but dry till 6 in ye Even- – ing when it begun to rain; and made a great deal of it this – night: Delivered Wm. Griffith iL. i[6 sw]s to buy buy horse furniture for the Cart .
i2th.  The Wind W. calm, Sun shiny , hot & Sultry all this day , and every body busy in the hay ·
i3th.  The Wind W. & by S. calm, Sun shiny, very hot and sultry all this day also; Paid Rhŷs Bentir 3s. for Butcher's meat.
i4th.  The Wind S. very calm, Sun shiny hot and Sultry this also: Set out about ii to LLysdulas to see My Brother Lewis; and came there before 2 where Ifound all the family in pretty good health, onely my Brother Lewis was grown decrepid , but hearty & in pretty good spirits .
i5th.  The Wind S. calm, sun shiny clear & very hot & sultry all this day.
i6th.  The Wind S. very calm, hot & Sultry, but a great part of this day– was cloudy & some drops of rain; I Staid here this day being desired by my Brother  Lewis to be a wittness to his last Will executed by him this day: the other wittnesses were Mr. John Prichd. of Dinam who drew it, Owen Thomas of Berac[h sw] & Wm. Ledsham his Gardiner.
i7th.  The Wind S. very calm, cloudy & dark, & raining very hard in the morn - ing till 8, the rest of the day was dry & sultry, but generally cloudy: Set– out from LLysdulas about ii and was at home before one: gave amongst the Servants there 4s.

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