September 25th.  The Wind S.W. blowing fresh, cloudy and overcast with frequent showers of rain morning and Evening, and made very great rains in the night: Pd. Abraham Jones 's Bill being 16s. 5d. pd. likewise Thomas Bryan 42 Shillings in part of 4 pound – which his Bill came to · Mr. Lewis and I met to day at LLanfechell to put in Execution the New Tax upon Windows, by receiving the Assessment upon Oath of the the severall Assessors in & for Talybolion, Signing of them & passing them, appointing likewise next Thursday at LLan –erchymedd for a day of Appeal should any body think him self agrieved : It is very remarkable that of all the Comiss – -ioners which firt met at LLanerchymedd to to put this Act  in Execution (who were Mr. John Owen Presaddved. Mr. Robt. Owen Penrhose, Robert Bulkeley of Gronant & Roberts of Bod- -iar ) no one of them have Joined ever Since to do their Count ry this necessary piece of service, but Mr. Lewis & my self.
26th.  The Wind W. calm, sun shiny fair and pleasant , about 10 it came to S. but continued dry all day; About 9 at night it begun to rain, and rained excessive hard most part, if not all the night. My people all this week were at the wet ditch in Cae'r LLoriau which wants yet a great deal of being finished.
27th.  The Wind W. in the Morning, it came before night to N.W. very moderate all day, but generally cloudy & overcast , but made no rain .
28th.  The Wind S. With a sort of mizling rain all the morning; but from ii. to 3 in the Evening it rained hard; afterwards dry till night.
29th.  The Wind S. in the morning, very calm with a mizling rain all the morning; the Wind at W. in the Evening, Sun Shiny fair & drying well.
30th.  The Wind S. W. & modearate, some sunshine in the morning, but most part of the day cloudy & overcast & hazy weather with some showers of rain.
Octoberist.  The Wind S. W. & blowing fresh with a mizling rain in ye morning about 9 I set out for LLanerchmedd to Join with Mr. Lewis in – bearing offences against, the Laws of Excise ; came to LLanerchmedd about 10 and tho we went about the buisness imediately, yet it was night before we finished: and I lay that night with Mr.  Lewis at Miss Jenny LLoyd's house.
2d.  The Wind W. & by S. blowing high, and raining excessive hard long before day & untill 9 this morning, & the weather cold & raw, I dined at Miss Lloyd & gave the maid 1s. and went from thence about 4 a clock to Hirdrefaig to see my Sister Edwards who has for some time been ill, arrived there about 6. &found my Sister cheerfull & in pretty good spirits, but something impaired by her disorder.

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