●3 [this is written vertically in the margin opposite this entry sw] July 29th.  The Wind S.S. W. blowing very fresh, cloudy & dark generally all day with a dirty driveing rain almost all the morning; the Evening was dry and the Wind allayed: Pd. Henry Wilkinson the Excise Officer i5 shillings being – my Composition money for Malt for the ensuing year.
30th.  The Wind W. blowing pretty fresh & cold, made at two different times some little rain, but nothing to interrupt the hay makers much.
3ist.  The Wind E. blowing fresh and cold, sun shiny, fair & drying well the Evening was very calm, cloudy and dark from 4 the rest of the day; pd. Shadrach ab ifan 2s. 9d. for a Side of Mutton, & pd. Rhys Bentir 22d. for a quarter of Veal. Paid Richard Humphrey a Servant of the – Infants of Trogog ucha 3 pounds 7 shillings for two yearling Bullocks that Owen Jones of Peibron had bought of him for me: Pd. Owen Hughes the Smith's Bill for this last quarter (viz) from May to August iis. 6d. it rained very hard for the greatest part of this Night.
August ist.  The Wind W. very calm, cloudy, dark & sultry & raining till 7 in the morning; the rest of the day was dry, but the Air moist, cloudy & dark altogether: Paid Mary Jones 8s. for two pound weight of Tea.
2d.  The Wind W.&by N. calm, sun shiny, dry, fair & pleasant all day– The Priest preached on Heb: Chap: iith. verse 13th. gave 2s. to a - poor family of this parish at a collection this day in church ·
3d.  The Wind S. very calm, cloudy & dark, & raining hard till 7 in the morning, & all the rest of the day was dark, foggy & moist Air; went to LLanerchymedd to day to meet the Irish man according to appointment to adjust accounts in order to settle differences,but he came not near; his cousin ffrancis came, but little was done – & we adjourned it to the next day to Llanfechell to expect he may come there: pd. at LLanerchymedd 1s. i0d.
4th.  The Wind W. & by N. calm, sun shiny.fair and dry all this day- we met at LLanfechell, ffrancis LLoyd came, as did Wm. Bwmffre theTenant, where we settled what he pd. & what remained due; but no money was Pd. ffrancis saying that it was the Irishman's orders to transferr the accounts so settled to his Credit & he would be answer- able for all the Tenant owed, & the matter to be finally determined at the Sessions: so here it rests, & what will be the End of it God onely knows– pd. here 1s. 6d.
5th.  The Wind N. W.calm, Sun shiny, fair & very hot for most part of this day, and was really the onely hot day that it made hitherto thisSummer. 

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