September 21st. The Wind W. S. W. clear fair weather, accompanyed with some showers of rain, but not so cold as yesterday[: sw] abundance of people & cattle went by to LLanerchymedd fair, pd. Richard Jones the Gardiner 10s. of his wages. The Fair proved as the rest of the Fairs before it, a great may bought, & but small rates, I sold this Fair two Cows for 40s. a piece, & 2 Bullocks for 6L. 15s.
22d.  The Wind S.W. raining with very little intermission from 7 in the Morning till 4 in the Evening.
23d.  The Wind N. makeing frequent showers of very great rain in the Morning, the Evening fair & pleasant, a poor—— ☞ [this symbol is in the margin opposite this line sw] Market to day at LLanfechell. Richard Wms. of Tŷ Newydd was marryed to day at LLanfachreth to Jane Dryhurst of Pentreheylyn. 
24th.  The Wind E. dark cloudy weather & something calm my people all this week ( the Fairday excepted)carry– -ing Sand. two of them at Cnewchdernog plowing the Pinfolds the second time, and <I> have some day labourers digging of Gorse at Ferem all this Week for Winter fireing. pd. 1d. for fish.
25th.  The Wind N.E. fair, clear and pleasant dry weather, a very great congregation at LLanfechell Church to day, occasioned by a Wedding, & a burying here at Morning service:Jane Dryhurst of Pentreheylyn who was last Fryday marryed to her Cousin German Richard Williams of Tŷ Newydd, was this day delivered of a Son. pd. 2d. for fish .
26th.  The Wind N.E. & by E. Sun- shiny, fair dry weather, but something cold, Paid Abraham Jones the Shopkeeper of LLanfechell his Bill, being 2L. 10s. Paid likewise to Henry Jones & Richard Roberts 8s for 4 days of Mason's work at – Gwenithfryn, Pd. Gabriel, the Son of Abraham Jones 4s. to buy me a Strong Garden spade at Chester Fair

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