July i8th.  The Wind E. with very little ^of it^wind cloudy & muck overcast all day and exceeding close & sultry;
i9th.  The Wind S. cloudy & dark all the morning & rained pretty hard about 4. but the Evening was Sun shiny, fair& sultry altogether: My people made the hay of two fields into big Cocks in the Evening: Paid Edward Roberts of Mynŷdd y Gigfran four pounds i2s. 6d. for a horse I bought of him.
20th.  The Wind N. &N.W. very calm, cloudy & dark all day with small showers of rain frequently morning & Evening; Harry Sion Ellis the Slater is now beginning to white wash the inside of the roof and walls _of LLanfechell Church .
2ist.  The Wind S. S.E. calm, cloudy & dark in the morning, but very warm & pleasant after the heavy rain that fell last accompany'd with Thunder & lightning: the Evening was Sun shiny & dry: Went to LLanerchymedd to Join My Brother Lewis & his Brother the Chancellor to act in the Commisson of the Land Tax & Light Tax for the Hundreds of Talybolion & Twrkelyn, which we finish'd by 3 in the Evening: Cost me there for meat & drink is, 6d. &pd. Robert Evans by Mr. Sawtell's orders 9s. for half year's News Papers; and was at home (praised be God before 8.
22d.  The Wind E. very calm, hot & Sultry, & a very thick fog most of the morning, was Sun shiny & hot from ii till 3 in the Evening & all the rest of the Evening was dark with a moist rusty fog.
23d.  The Wind S. blowing moderate, dark cloudy weather & rainingfor the most part hard from 4 in the morning till 8, made some small Showers afterwards & all the day was dark & disagreeable: Pd. Rhys Bentir 2s. 6d. for a quarter of Veal & a quarter of Mutton & Pd. 6d for fish.
24th.  The Wind S. in the morning, came to N. about noon & to E. about 3, was cloudy & dark all the morning , & was followed by a rusty fog about 2, but the rest of the Evening was sun shiny & fair. My people all this week when the weather served,were in the hay.
25th.  The Wind E. blowing moderate, Some sun shine, but for the most part cloudy and dark, The Priest ^preached^ on Mat: Chap iith. verse 28th. Paid Mr. Owen LLoyd the Coal meter at Cemaes iL. i5s. Duty for the Coals.
26th.  The Wind N.E. & little of it, Sun shiny, fair,hot & dry all this day and it blew fresher about 2 in the Evening & all the day was remarkably good in the hay: My people are every morning of the working days till the dew rises carrying home the Peat·

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