June i9th.  The Wind S.S.E. blowing very moderate, warm & dry— some sunshine, but generally cloudy weather: the same Comissioners– [there is a curly line over the 'm' sw] mett to day at LLanfechell to put in Execution the Land & Window Tax– Pd. at LLanfechell 6d. for Ale; gave John Hughes of Cae Adda 2s as a – gratuity for his Master's Sto[n sw]e Horse that covered my Grey Mare – Flower, he haveing the care of the Horse which is at Llanlliana Park.
20th.  The Wind S. blowing moderate, cloudy dark weather with some rainat times and the Air cold and chilly for the time of the year.
2ist.  The Wind W.in the morning, blowing moderate, cloudy & dark generally all day with some rain in the Evening when the Wind cameto S.W. the Air was cold and chilly all day.
22d.  The Wind W. blowing very fresh and very cold all day; with– frequent, but small showers of rain, and all the day was generally cloudy and dark: paid Shadrack's wife who is Marged ’ch Huw Mor –rus 3s. 3d. for Butcher's meat bought to day & last monday; Pd. also to Rhŷs Hughes alias Rhŷs Bentir is. [1/- sw] for Butcher's meat,
23d  The Wind N. N.W. blowing pretty fresh and very cold, dry [scorc sw]hing weather all day : My people all this week were, some of them [carr sw]ying Sand and the rest weeding the Corn . gave 1s. Charity to a poor Scotch Pedlar that was broke by being surety for one of this breethren,pd– also is. [1/- sw] to Rhŷs Rowland for a straw flaskett [a long shallow basket sw] for sifting Meal.
24th.  The Wind N. E. blowing pretty fresh and very cold, scorching— weather, a little cloudy in the morning till 9, but the rest of the day was sun shiny and parching dry. This Day and this day Senight the Priest omitted (either thro forgettfullness,or willfully I hope it was) the Athanasian Creed, which I never in my life knew him to do before.
25th.  The Wind S.W. blowing fresh all day, especially in the Evening, & generally cloudy & dark weather; about 6 in the Evening it made a little rain,& but very little from that time till night·
26th.  The Wind S.W. blowing very moderate, warm & Sultry & generally Sun shiny till 4 in the Evening, at that time it grew cloudy, blew fresh and threatened rain, but made none dureing the day: Paid Wm. Wynne the Barber i5s. for a Wîg .
27th.  The Wind S. blowing high all the day, especially in the Evening, hot and very scorching, prodigious dry and the grass mightily burnt up. & Water scarce in severall places.
28th.  The Wind S. blowing moderate, yet very hot Dry & scorching,& much helped thereto by being Sun Shiny all this day.

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