Octr. 11th.  The Wind W. fair and calm, went with Cousin Morgan out a shooting, but saw Nothing, returned by dinner time, and drank all the Evening till i in the Morning.
12th.  The Wind W.S.W. fair, calm weather all day– a great many Cattle sold to day at Aberfraw but at a very Low rate from 4L. 10s. to 7L. 10.s – being the generall rate. gave 1s. to a Raffle for a poor Man at Henblas
13th.  The Wind S.E. fair and very calm, about 1 in the Evening I set out from Henblas & came home by 6. gave to Cous. Morgan's Man 2s. to the Housekeeper 2s. to the Chamber Maid 1s. & gave the butler at Bodorgan 2s. to the Cook Maid 1s. to the stable boy 6d
14th.  The Wind S.E fair and pleasant, my people this Week past at the Same work. to day I begun to plow for Rye .about 9 or 10 this Night was ye greatest Light in the Firmament the ever I beheld, being a br[oa sw]d path of Light that reached from E. to W. like an Arch. 
15th.  The Wind E.S.E. very clear & calm, & extraordinary warm and pleasant like a Day in June, the lights were very great in the Skyes to Night, but all in the N. & N.E.
16th.  The Wind S.E. & by S. fair & calm, but cloudy most part of the Day, to day I begun to clear ye ground in Cae'r Lloriau of Old Tofts & other loosestones that rendered the ground [? sw] useless for Tillage.
17th.  The Wind S. calm and fair, but a very [? sw] and close sky. but continued dry all Day. —
18th.  The Wind S. calm sunshiny & fair, my people at the same Work as before, & some discharging a Sand Boat

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