July 18th.  The Wind S.W. calm in the Morning, but about 10. it blew high, and from 12 to 2 in the Evening it rained very hard which was very acceptable to this Countrey ( Blessed be God for it) for all it is hay harvest, made severall showers afterwards till 6 when it grew fair: my people at the same work, carryingSand in the morning; and in the hay in the Evening.
19th.  The Wind N. & by E. about sun rise, came to N. & by W. by 7 and blew high and cold; The Evening very calm, warm, & Sunshine The Parson ^preached^ on John Chap 9th. vers. 4th.
20th.  The Wind S. W. moderately calm, but cloudy and dark; begun to rain about 7, and rained more or less till 3 in the Evening – & dry the rest of the day .
21st.  The Wind W. very calm and fair in the morning; yet it made 2 or three showers of small rain before night.

22d.  The Wind W. & by N. moderately calm and warm all day, the Market to day at LLanerchmedd much fallen; had an  

☞ [this symbol is in the margin opposite this line sw] acct. from Liverpoole that my Grand.Daughter Jane Wright a Child of about a month old dyed there the 15th. Inst.  —–

23d.  The Wind E. very calm & warm, but cloudy & dark in the morning; Sun-Shiny, very hot & Sultry from 9 till 4 or 5 in the Evening. This day I executed a Lease upon Clegyrog ucha for 15 years to Robert Pritchard and his Brother Wm. Owen the Taylor of Pentraeth The mea[r sw]s of the farm, and also the Mill way was shewn to them at the same time by Hugh Bulkeley(now liveing at Clymmwr in LLanbabo) who had been Tenant in Clegyr- -og ucha . pd. 1s. to Wm. Owen towards his expence about ye Leas. 
24th.  The Wind S.W. very calm & sultry, dark & cloudy, made some little rain in ye Evening: The Markett at Carnarvan much fallen; Sold 2 peggets & half of the Rye there for 5 pound– pd. 18s. 6d. for a hat & cas[e sw].

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