August 29th.  The Wind S. almost calm, Sun shiny warm fair and dry all day: Paid Rhŷs Bentir 3s. for Butcher's meat.
30th.  The Wind S. blowing moderate; some sun shine, but generally - cloudy and overcast but continued dry till near 7 when it begun to rain and rained very hard this night; My People were carrying in the Barley to day to Coydan Barn being the first Corn I carryed in this year; and they reaped the wheat at Cae Carreg Ddavydd in Brynclynni which they bound and shock'd before the rain being - 5i shocks the best whet that ever I had.
3ist.  The Wind W. blowing fresh and drying well this day, and ^generally^drying we Sun shiny and clear sky.
September ist.  The Wind W. S. W. blowing moderate and often sun shine and dry all the day·
2d.  The Wind  S. and little of it, cloudy and overcast but dry till near 2 in the Evening,and made a dirty mizling rain for the most part of the rest of the day and a great part of the night, Pd. id. 2/1 for Sallad Oyle.
3d.  The Wind S. blowing moderate and frequently Sun shiny, but dry all the day: but so much dew or rather a kind of hoar frost falls every night that it will be 9 a clock before the corn is fit for binding .
4th.  The Wind W. & by N. calm, dark and cloudy weather but dry all this day also and people every where busy at their harvest work. 
5th.  The Wind S. quite calm and for the most part Sun shiny fair & dry. Paid Rhys Bentir i7d. for a side of Lamb & ^to^ Marged ’ chuw Morus 2s. 6d. for a Side of Mutton·
6th.  The Wind  S. and very calm with a great dew like rain every night so that all the morning is spent before the Corn is dry. My people were this day carrying in Corn at Coydan .
7th.  The Wind S. quite calm, Sun shiny hot & sultry all this day: My Dis- – temper very troublesome & pain full all this & more dispirited this day than at any time.
8th.  The Wind W. & by N· and very calm, Sun shiny hot and extream sultry all this day and my people with all the Cars & drags we could procure were carrying in the Corn from Bodelwyn, Cefn y Groes, Brynclynni & the fields about this house ·

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9th.  The Wind W. & by S. and very little of it, Sun shiny & extream hot and Sulry all the day: and my people at the same work as [1/- sw] for fish

i0th.  The Wind S. blowing pretty fresh sun shiny, dry, hot and very Sultry all this day also and my people still at the same work as before·
iith.  The Wind  S. blowing moderate, Sun shiny hot and very sultry all this day likewise: pd. 3s. for a piec[? sw]e of Beef weighing i4 pounds & pd. 2s. for a side of Venision .


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