August the ist.  The Wind N.N.W. calm, hott & Sultry– all day, my people these three last days ( Viz ) to day and the two days before make the hay into stacks: Aberffraw Fair yesterday proved extraordinary good; And tho the best Cattle were all bought as early as April & May, yet the refuse were sold at this Fair for as great rates as those picked out 2 months ago; Three Northamptonshire Graziers being now come to the Countrey were content with the leavings of our Countrey Drovers, and gave very good rates from 10 to 14L. a pair for them & bought a very great Number; Two of them were Brothers, and their names Goodman; the other's name was Adams; Mr. Richard Hughes of Castellior the Drover told me yt – he knew one of Goodman's a Grasier in Northamp - -tonshire and that he rented 1500L. a year for grass onely.
2d.  The Wind S.W. blowing fresh in the morning & made some rain about ii; the Evening calm, and raining more or less till night. The Parson finished the Sermon begun this day fortnight.
3d.  The Wind S.W. raining very hard about 3 in the morning all the rest of the day fair and dry; pd. to the Excise — Officer of this division 15s. being my composition for Malt.
4th.  The Wind W.S.W, in ye Morning; came to N.N.W. in the  — Evening; Sun shiny hott & sultry all day: To Day I finish the makeing all my into stacks,both at home & at Cnewchdernog.
5th.  The Wind N. calm, sun-shiny, hott & Sultry; To Day I begun to reap: Sent likewise 2 men & 4 horses to Beaumares to fetch here my Daughter & her husband that came there by Ship from Liverpoole.

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