June iith.  The Wind S. calm and warm, and raining hard in the morning; as it did very hard last Night, cleared up about 7 and the Sun shined faintly thro the clouds which were very thick & low, gave my Daughter five Guineas to keep her pockett, who is to go home in a few days.
12th.  The Wind S. in the morning and raining prodigious hard from i in the Morning till i in the Evening with very little intermission, the Evening fair & the wind came to N.W.
13th.  The Wind E.S.E. makeing a dirty mizling rain all the morning, the Evening fair and dry; my people begun to cutt sods at Cae'r Mynydd.
14th.  The Wind N. calm, fair & dry all day, To day my Daughter went home with her Husband, I gave her Six Silver Spoons that I won in Cockings that never were used. gave Gabriel Jones that carryed their Portmanteau 8s. to bear his & the horses charges home. it made a good Fair at Bangor to day. Ld. Bulkeley's Servant sold Ten of his Ld.ship's Oxen for 16L. a pair, & 4 other for Above 12L. a pair.
15th.  The Wind N calm fair and dry all day; a poor Markitt to day at LLanfechell, haveing in it onely one very poor Lamb.
16th.  The Wind N.W. in the morning, calm and fair, came to S. in the Evening, grew cold & overcast. pd. 1s. for Ale at Cemaes. My people finished cutting Sods, or peat for winter fireing this day . 
17th.  The Wind S.W. fair & Sun-Shiny pleasant weather all day, and the Evening very warm.
18th.  The Wind S. blowing high & scorching, the Evening cold & cloudy, and very like to rain, My people carrying turf out of the Turbary and spreading them to dry in the Morning; in the Evening they carryed home timber from Cemaes in two Carts, which I bought for 1L. 12s.– to day I begun to cut hay .Pd 2s. for 6 drinking Glasses.
19th.  The Wind S.W. Raining hard in the Morning for above an hour, the rest of the day fair and dry; I was misinformed in the rates that Ld Bulkeley's Steward sold ye Oxen at, for Rowland Samuel of Wrexham ye person who bought them Sayd that the price of 10 of them was 14L. 15s. – 
20th.  The Wind S.W. raining in the morning very fair afterwards till  Skerry's. [this is written in the margin opposite this line sw] 5 in the Evening it begun to rain <& blow high & stormy> & rained till 8 – my people still at ye same work. Pd. Abraham Jones's bill being 1L. iis. 6d.

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