July 26th.  The Wind W. blowing moderate, Sun shiny fair ; warm and dry: My people are to day makeing the hay at Bodelwyn into a stack.
27th.  The Wind W. & by N. blowing moderate, Sun shiny, fair and dry, but cold for the time of the year, and good weather in the hay; Paid 2s. for a Side of veal.
28th.  The Wind N. W. blowing pretty fresh and cold for the time of the year, generally cloudy and dark, but dry all day : My people are every day of this week in the hay, and yet there is still some of it not got together at Coydan.
29th.  The Wind W. blowing fresh, cold and dry, yet Sun shiny and fair- and not the least dew in the morning.
30th.  The Wind S. blowing high and raining for the most part - exceeding hard from 4 in the morning till 12 at noon; it rained also all the Evening more or less, but not so hard.
3ist.  The Wind S. blowing high and raining excessive hard from 4 in the morning till 8, but afterwards more moderate till ii when it left off: rained again excessive hard about i. besides several showers afterwards before night: Aberffraw Fair to day proved very bad, and very little asking for Oxen, but a great demand for Cows & yearling heifers·
August ist.  The Wind S. blowing high, with some sun shine & drying well; but a very small shower falling about noon frightened people from the hay tho the rest of the day continued dry, but made an exceeding heavy shower about 8 at night; Pd. 2d. for thread & 6d. to the Taylor for makeing Hugh ’Bwilliam Gabriel's Breeches, pd. 3d. for a Wild Duck.
2d.  The Wind  S . blowing fresh with some sun Shine; dry in the morning but made severall showers in the Evening, notwithstanding which my people made the hay at Coydan into a stack.
3d.  The Wind S. blowing very fresh & generally Sun shiny, & continued dry till 6 in the Evening when it made some small rain: I got to day- all my hay into stacks both at Brynclynni and at home: Paid 2s. for a side of Veal: A very small Market to day at LLan - -fechell.

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