❍8 [this is written in the margin opposite this entry sw] September 27th. The Wind E. in the Morning, and raining more or less a dirty mizling rain all the morning & till i in the Evening. when the Wind came to the S. fair and pleasant from that time till sun set, when it made some mizling rain again my people still at the Same work as before.
28th.  The Wind E. fair and clear weather all day, went to day to LLannerchymedd about John Parry's buisness. where I spent 3s. 4d. delivered Mr. Thomas Bryan 3L. & the old Silver Tankard weighing 19 ounces & half to be sent to Chester to be exchanged for a new one.
29th.  The Wind E. fair & pleasant weather, my Sand – Horses haveing a little respite every Thursday in the Week, my Servants carry gorse home with fresh horses delivered Wm. Davies, David Wms. clark 23s to be given Mr. Hugh Price to pay in the Audit for Bodneva.
30th.  The Wind W.N.W. dark & cloudy, & cold raw weather but made no rain, haveing about a year & half ago subscribed for 12 Copper–plate Prints, being Prospects of severall Places in Northwales, done by one John Lewis of Shrewsbury, to day I received them, & paid him for the Same iL. 11s. 6d. paid for fish 1d.2/1
October ist.  The Wind N. & by W. Dirty, rainy weather almost all day, my Servants at the Same work still, carrying of Sand, & others of them plowing the Pinfold at Coydan, two ☞ [this symbol is in the margin opposite this line sw] of my Land labourers, (viz) Rowland Sion of Pant y Gist, & John Ambrose of Garr[o sw]g fawr open ye great Ditch betwixt Clygyrog ucha, & Cae Rhos y f[o sw]wnog set to them for 2d a Rood.

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