June 12th.  The Wind E. & by S. cold weather accompan– _ ied with Showers of rain all day long, to day I finished drying my Small Oats for Shelling, haveing been a whole– week at that work, occasioned by so much wett weather.
13th.  The Wind S.E. very cold, & raining most part of the day, my Servants to day weed the Corn–
14th.  The Wind S. Sunshiny & clear & dry, but very windy & cold, all my Servants at the Mill attending the Shelling of the Oats, about 6 in the Evening it begun to rain again, and rained hard till near 9.
15th.  The Wind S.W. blowing high & cold, & cloudy withall, my servants to day fanning & cleaning the great Oats sold to Humphrey Mostyn to be sent on board to Morrow if possible; about 10 I set out to the Cocking at Tŷ'n y Nant by Llysdulas, spent in the Cocking 3s.
16th.  The Wind varying all day & raining almost all day long, gave 2s. 6d. to the Servants at LLysdulas, & came home before night.
17th.  The Wind N.N.W. very cold & raining in the Morning, the rest of the day cold, windy & dry, pd. Tho: Bryan by his Man William Parry 5L. 8s. 0d. in part of his Bill -
18th.  The Wind varying from N. W. to S.W. cold & dry, & Something windy, a great congregation at LLanfechell Church, tho there was no Sermon.
19th.  The Wind W.&by S. cloudy dark windy weather, & very cold in the Morning, to day I begun to mow hay, lent [Sam sw]: Jones 3s. to buy a Scythe . rained some showers in the Evening . 

20th. ❍3 [this is written in the margin immediately below '20th.' sw]

The Wind S.W. raining very hard from before one in the Morning till past 7. after that Sun shiny, fair & dry, pd Abraham Jones of LLanfechell's Shop bill, being 01L. 00s. 11d- made severall showers of Rain in ye Evening afterwards: This Day—  

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