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September 6th.  The Wind S. & by E. raining very hard about 3 in the Morning, raining afterwards by turns all day; Great showers & an intervall of Sun-Shine all day till night & the Wind very high & cold. my people finished reaping all the Oats & Pease, and were afterwards raising the wet corn to have Air, that had been long reaped. pd. Hugh Prŷs y Pydew 1s. for Soaling my shooes.

7th.  The Wind S. & by W. raining very hard about 2 in ye Morning by dryed very well all day afterwards, my people employed to day in carrying the Coal from Cemaes. pd. 1L. 1s. to Gregory Parry being my Composition money for Malt & Candes for this year ending in June 1740.
8th.  The Wind S.S.W. fair & clear in the morning upon sun rise & my people begun to bind Corn, but it presently was overcast and made a dirty misling rain till 12 in the forenoon; from wch. ['wch.' is in the margin sw] time it rained very hard almost altogether the rest of the day & I believe all night too; my people employed the rest of the day, some in finishing carrying the Coal home in two Carts. others in thatching the hay at Coydan& Brynclyni & others in trenching the new Garden by the Orchard.
9th. The Wind S.S.W. dark & cloudy, & blowing high, but made no rain in the morning; about ii I set out from home to LLysdulas in my way to the Great Sessions that begun the 7th. Inst. but as the Grand-Jury will not be called till too-morrow (because the third day of the Session happens to be a Sunday ) I shall be in Town (please God) time enough by too-morning Court; came to LLysdulas by i in ye Evening, & stayed there that night.
10th.  The Wind S. very calm, close & moist Air; but made no rain till ii a clock; from which time it rained very hard all the Evening and all night long: The Grand–jury were sworn about i in the Evening, who were Nicholas Bayly Esqr. Foreman; Wm. Bodvell, John Griffith of LLanddyfnan, Wm. Lewis of Trysclwyn, Richard Hughes of Castellior Robert Owen of Marrian, James Briscoe of Beaumares,  

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