|10 ❍ [this is written in the margin opposite this entry sw] August the 10th. the Wind S. blowing very high with Some small showers of Rain, my people still at the same work of reaping 16 in Number–
|11th. The Wind S. fair & dry & blowing high in the Morning – about 2 in the Evening it made a very heavy Shower– which lasted above an hour, afterwards fair, my people still reaping 11 in Number, pd. Richard Owen i8d. for a Quarter of Mutton-
|12th. The Wind S fair & very often cloudy, & very still generally my people at the same work 25. in Number .
|13th. The Wind E .S.E. very still, it begun to rain about i in the Morning. & rained incessantly till 8 . very wet! so that my servants could do very little good all the rest of the day, tho it blew & dryed pretty well, pd. 4s. 6d. for six Geese I bought.
|14th. The Wind N. but very calm, thick & cloudy, haveing left off raining about 6, haveing rained hard most part of the Night. very Wet! the Wind blew fresher afterwards & dryed well, tho it made severall Showers, but it made a very great Shower about 8 in the Evening, The Fair at LLannerchymedd very poor both in respect to the Number
|they bought, & the rates given for them, most of the Bullocks bought there from 7 to 8 pound a pair the Yearling heiffers from 15 to 22 Shillings a piece & no more for the best. they bought very cooly, & cunningly which they generally di[d sw] of the Owners after the Cattle were Sent home, thereby hindring people to know how they were Sold at.