June 25th.  The Wind N. pretty calm & still, but very cloudy & cold in the Morning, the Evening fair & Sun Shiny, made my hay in the fields next the house into big Cocks. a poor little —– Market at LLanvechell _pd. Richard Owen 2s for Lobsters –[& sw]1s. for Ale.
26th.  ⎮●5 [this is written immediately below '26th.' sw)  The Wind N. cold and cloudy in the Morning, and like to rain, bought of William Williams liveing near – Tal y Cafn two and Twenty pieces of Oaks Timber for half a crown a piece, and paid him the money being two pound fifteen Shillings, pd. 1s. for Ale. rained a – good deal this Evening.
27th.  The Wind E. pretty high, Sun Shiny and fair, a great many people at Church, and a Vestry procl[in sw]ed to be held to morrow.
28th.  The Wind E. calm & very Sultry, my people rakeing hay, & making it into big Cocks, the Parish mett & agreed upon 4d in the pound Church Mise towards pointing and Mending the Steeple, & Widening the Square holes above the Bell, <which last [was disagreed sw] to afterwards> The parson met to set his Tythe, but could not set any but Parcell y Mynŷdd, being the following small Tenements & Cottages, Viz. y Gorswen, Tyddyn y Fronwen, Llwyn Ysgaw, Tŷ'r Ffeltiwr, Tyddŷn y Gors, Tyddŷn Salbri, Tŷ fan y Graig, Tŷ'r Pedlar Clôff, Tŷ pen y bongc, Tŷ Minffordd, Ty'n y wern, Tyddŷn Fadog, Yr Hafodlas, Carreg y Drawsffordd & Tyddŷn y Gadlas. all which were set for 11 Shillings. made a great Shower of Rain in the Evening; and a good deal in the Night.
29th.  The Wind E. blowing something fresh, but hot and Sultry, my people raising the Turf to dry all this day. Hugh Owen who on the last day of May last took Tyddyn y Weyn, came here to day & desired to put it up, & brought along with him Robert Prŷs of Cemaes to take it, and I accordingly Set the same bargain & Same number of years to the Said Robert Prŷs, They now make about 20 Roods of New Cawsway from the River, by Barn, [t sw]ill up to Gorsedd Rŷs which I believe is lasting work.

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