June iith.  The Wind W. blowing fresh & cold, cloudy and dark almost all day, but made no rain: The Priest preach'd on Ps. 4ist. verse.ist. a very insipid discourse, tho the Text– furnished him naturally with fine materialls in abundance, but the old System & scholastick scheme must befollowed – without which every thing goes for nothing .
i2th.  The Wind N. blowing high and very cold, cloudy and dark all the morning with some little rain, the Evening Sun Shiny & the Wind very high & very cold: Paid Thomas Bryan's Bill in full of all accounts to this day being two pounds Eleven Shillings.
i3th.  The Wind E.N.E. in the morning to W. & W. by S. where it settled before night, it blew fresh & very cold all day; planted out to day some Cauly flower plants, & Sowed Kidney Beans for the last crop. 
14th.  The Wind N. blowing very much fresh and very cold all day & generally cloudy and dark, with some few drops of rain about 8 in ye morning the Evening much calmer but continued still very cold: Bangor Fair to day proved a very good one, & a great many English Drovers in it– pd. 2d. for liquorice.
15th.  The Wind N. E. & N. all day, blowing fresh & cold, and made severall heavy showers this morning: the Evening much calmer & something warmer: To Day I planted out my Broccoli Plants for the first time this year; those I planted the 18th. of August last year being– very late before they headed & some of them are not headed yet ·
16th.  The Wind S. W. blowing fresh all day, cloudy & dark with some little rain in the morning, but from 3 in the Evening it rained a small rain without intermission all the rest of the day & sometimes very hard; pd. 2d.for Liquorice & pd. Cousin Humphrey Mostyn's Bill being i9s. 7d. & pd. Owen Thomas the Smith of Peirio's Bill being 3s. 5d. pd. Hugh Prys y Pydew's bill for a pair of shoes for Hugh ’Bwiliam Gabriel 3s. for 2 pair of shoes for Ann Wright 3s. for soleing 2 pair of shoes for my Self 1s. 6d. & 3d. for Crab fish, in all 7s. 9d. Delivered also to Humphrey Mostyn 2 pounds 12 shillings & 5 pence to buy me some things in Chester ·
17th.  The Wind S. W blowing very high, & raining very hard without any inter – mission all the morning & near 2 in the Evening (as I believe it also [r'd sw] all last night; about 5 in the Evening the Wind came to W. & blew very high and stormy attended with some showers of rain the rest of the day: My people are all this week at Cnewchdernog plowing the Pinfold there; And these 2 last Days I had people at Cae'r Âllt ddu cutting Briars those pernicious Weeds .

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