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The Wind S. W. blowing very high, dry, & generally sun Shiny, about 5 in the Evening the Wind allayed and grew very calm. my people in the hay all day. To Day Mr. Richard Evans that practiced Surgery & Physick dyed at LLanerchmedd where he dwelled ; to the great loss of the Countrey, & more especially to his wife and Six small Children .
|21st. The Wind N.W. very calm & Sultry, but dry & Sun shiny all day; and my people employed buisily in the hay: The Market at LLanerchmedd very full, yet the price on Corn as high as before ; sold to day eight Peggets of Great Oats Pilcorn for 28s a pegget.|
|22d. The Wind N. W. blowing fresh, sun shiny & dry all day my people got together a great deal of the hay.|
|23d. The Wind S. W. & raining a little all, or most part of the morning, and especially in the Evening it was very – dirty|
|24th. The Wind S.W generally overcast, cloudy & ugly, but blowing fresh and drying, and made no rain. my people carrying turf home in the morning till 10 a clock . from that time till night in the hay.|
|25th. The Wind W. blowing fresh, especially in the Evening when it blew very high & stormy, made a small shower of rain — about i in the Evening; dry all the rest of the day; The Parson preached on Exod. Chap. 20th. vers. 8th. a very confused discourse.|
|26th. The Wind N.N.W. blowing very high, stormy & prodigious cold all day. A very poor Fair to day at LLanfechell, and very few people in it.|