|July 22d. The Wind N.N.W. very calm warm & Sultry, but — dark and cloudy all day, but made no rain, a very great congre– -gation at LLanvechell Church, considering the meetings at this [time sw] in Llanelian & Holy-head. The Parson preached on Deut: Chap 6th. virses. 6. & 7th.: pd. into ye hands of—– John Thomas of Wylfa 10s. to buy me Panniers at Tal – y Cafn.|
|23d. The Wind S.W. very calm, hot and sultry, but dark & cloudy all the morning ; my people dischargeing a Sand Boat in the Morning, and rakeing hay in the Evening.|
24th. ●4. [this is written in the margin below '24th.' sw]
The Wind S.W. dark and cloudy almost all day, but dry and very sultry, my people makeing a Peat stack in ye Morning and the rest of the day in the hay; Paid Hugh Prys ye Shoomaker alias y Pydew. 4s. for a pair of Shooes, & pd. George Hughes the Tinker 6d. for fish. cleared up about 2, and the Ecclips of the Sun was very visible beginning half an hour past 3 when half the Sun's Body was obscured.
|25th. The Wind W.& by S. very calm and cloudy in the Morning, the Evening Sun shiny, fair & warm, my people still the Hay; made a good Fair to day at LLanfechell for Cloath Linnen & Woolen, Shooes &c. Mr. Wright's Mare —— died to day of convulsive fits occasioned by her not — parting with the Secundine [afterbirth sw] after foaling, haveing foel'd last Sunday night; and that still continuing in her body grew cold there, & put her to such Agonies yt all we gave her could not recover her; the Foal we nurse up by hand keeping it in the Green walk & giveing it milk often in ye Day.|
|26th. The Wind W.& by S. very calm & warm, but cloudy in the morning, cleared up about 7 & was very fair the rest of ye day|
|27th. The Wind S. & by W. raining hard almost all the Morning, & till 3 in the Evening, the rest of the day fair & Sun-shiny, my people begun to plow the Pinfold at Coydan the second time, & others of them carrying home the Sods or Peat.|