July 5th.  The Wind N. W. blowing fresh, Sun shiny and dry all day, my people, zz together a good deal of hay , some into big Cocks, & some into small Cocks.

6th.    ❍ 6 [this is in the margin below '6th.' sw]

The Wind E. N. E. blowing something fresh, and sunshiny in the morning ; all my hands were at work in opening the small Cocks & spreading them abroad to Wither, but about noon it was so overcast &looked like foul weather that they cocked them again imm - - ediately . Pd. 3d. for Ale to day at Cemaes.

7th.  The Wind E. & by S. blowing fresh & something cold and dark cloudy weather all day ; from i in the morning till 4 it rained exceeding hard without intermission, the rest of the day fair & dry & my people in the hay . A very full Market to day at LLanerchmedd & tho it was something ris, get all or most of the corn in the Market was bought.
8th.  The Wind E & by S. in the morning & raining hard about 7. the Wind settled afterwards at W. & by N. and was fair, dry & hot all the rest of the day. Paid Lewis Sion David and Thomas Julian two men from Aber Dyfi in Merionethshîre two pounds fourteen Shillings & Sixpence for Spars I bought of them at 3 farthings a foot.
9th.  The Wind W. blowing fresh & cold, but cloudy and dark , but some rain about noon, and very great rain – about sun set.

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