August 16th.  The Wind S. blowing very fresh, and raining hard till past 8.the rest of the day was dry, with some Sun shine and the wind abated. A pretty good Market to day at LLanfechell for Butcher's meat, but I bought none.
17th.  The Wind S. S. W. blowing high &stormy with some small showers in the morning, but about i in the Evening it begun to rain very hard,hard rained hard again about 4 · & again about 5 & 6. yet my people continued reaping Oats all the day.
18th.  The Wind S.W. blowing high, cloudy and dark all day, yet made but little rain during the morning; about 3 in the Evening it Lightened and thundered and rained very hard, and continued threatening all day.
19th.  The Wind W. a little in the morning, but soon came to S.W. dark cloudy weather almost all day with frequent showers of rain, & some very heavy .
20th.  The Wind W. blowing moderate, Sun shiny , fair and drying well all this day. being the best day that it made since the harvest begun.
2ist.  The Wind N. E. calm, Sun shiny, fair & pleasant all day; Pd. William Griffith two pound & 6 pence for 3 boat loads of Red Wharf Sand makeing 4 hundred & half the long hundred.
22d.  The Wind N.W. calm & gentle, Sun shiny, fair and dry all day– Paid Leonard Martin's Bill for what he had done for my Mother– in her Chancery Suit with LLoyd the Irishman, pd him in full 7  pounds 1s. Delivered William Griffith 35 shillings & 6d. to buy me things in Liverpool.
23d. 12❍ [this is written vertically below and to the left of '23d.' sw] The Wind N. W. very calm, Sun shiny warm and pleasant all day: A pretty full Market to day at LLanfechell: pd, Shadrach's Wife 2s. 7d. for a side of Mutton & quarter of Veal.
24th.  The Wind S. blowing pretty fresh, Sun Shiny fair & warm all day: My servants instead of attending in the harvest were employing in carrying Timber to the Mill that is now in repairing.
25th.  The Wind S. blowing very moderate and warm, cloudy in the morning, till 9. afterwards Sun Shiny, fair and pleasant the rest of the day: The Priest preached on Prov: chap: 14th. and the last part of the Second verse.

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