July i8th.  The Wind N. very calm Sunshiny clear & fair, and continued so till night.
19th.  The Wind this morning about i a clock came to S. with a very — great shower of rain; all the day was dark & cloudy & very cold for the time of year. The Market at LLanerchmedd very low & little asking
20th.  The Wind S. high & stormy all day, with frequent show ers of rain and some of them very heavy morning and Evening; The Markett at LLanerchmedd very slow and little asking .
2ist  The Wind S. very moderate all day & quite calm in the Evening; dark and cloudy generally all day, but sultry especially in the Evening.
22d.  The Wind W. & by S. calm, Sun shiny, warm & fair all day; My people in the morning were opening the Ditch between the Great Meadow at Bodelwyn & the little meadow call'd Pladur Forgan: in the Evening they were in the Hay : paid Owen Thomas the Smith of Peirio 2s. 6d. for mak[ein sw]g [Nesta Evans gives 'making' sw] an Iron plate to the Hall Grate to lift up upon occasion & to fall to its place when not used.
23d.  The Wind N. very calm all day, raining hard in the morning and Evening accompanyed with Thunder in the Evening, from 10 in the morning till 3 in the Evening it was Sun Shiny clear&fair.
24th.  The Wind W. & by S. very moderate and warm, cloudy till 9. fair & clear the rest of the day till almost night when it made some rain·
25th.  The Wind W. & by S. and a mizling rain in the morning, cleared up about 9 & was Sun Shiny & fair all the rest of the day, there– was but a poor Fair to day at LLanfechell, there being no Cattle in it: gave 1s. to a poor man that suffered by losses from Cattle.
26th.  The Wind W. very moderate & warm, cloudy all the morning till ii with some little rain, Sun shiny & fair till 4 in the Evening & cloudy & dark all the rest of the day.
27th.  The Wind W. &by S. blowing very moderate & warm but cloudy & dark all day except 2 or 3 hours about noon; & continued dry all this day; To Day my old and faithfull Dog Ranter(who had been in my family from the i0 day December 1730 to this day, being 17 years & near 8 months ) dyed: he was old enough when he came here to follow a horse, which he did from Gledlon in flint shire to this house, and I believe he had lived sometime longer had not he been carryed off by a Distempter which was a swelling in his head– his Teeth being better than ^severall^ many Dogs of half that Age ·

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