August 23d. The Wind W. sun-shiny fair & dry, breakfasted to day with Councellor Meyrick, & went to Court about ii when the grand Jury were discharged, dined at my lodging where it cost me is. [1/- sw] pd for my Man & Horses 7s. more, pd. 11d. for a pair of Gloves, & 2s to ye Barber. set out from Town about 6, & was at home something after 10. this Evening Court the Recovery of my Daughter's lands was arraigned.
24th.  The Wind S.S.W. blowing fresh, dark & cloudy in the Morning. rained hard about 9 & continued to make severall showers from that time till night, bound some Corn in the morning, the rest of the day we reaped Oats.
25th.  The Wind S. in the morning & raining till 9 a clock, came after– -wards to N. & blew fresh, & dryed apace . my people reaped Oats at Bodelwyn this day also.
26th.  The Wind N. blowing fresh, cold & dry, my people all this day binding of Barley at Cae'r LLorriau in Coydan, have gott no Corn in this – year, most of it unreaped, & very little bound.
27th.  The Wind W.N.W. very calm, & raining from 4 in the Morning till 10. when it left of raining, but continued a dark cloudy weather with moist Air all day.

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