1● [this is written in the margin opposite this entry sw] August 15th. The Wind S.W. blowing fresh, sun-Shiny & clear, but very cold, my people to day reaping Barley att – Bodelwyn, The Fair at Llanerchymedd proved the worst that Ever has been known there, hardly any beast at all being sold there, & the few that were, at very low rates.
16th.  The Wind W. blowing fresh & very cold, but fair, dry and clear, my people reaping at Bodelwyn in the Morning, the rest of the day, binding of Oats in the Park at Coydan –
17th.  The Wind W.S.W raining very hard all the Morning, & very calm, all the Evening it blew a meer storm, & rained more or less till far in the Night, my people haveing given over reaping, were employed at home, some in grinding of Malt, others were makeing of thatching bands, or ropes.
18th.  The Wind S.W.& by W. dark & cloudy, & raining severall showers of rain till 8 in the Morning, fair all the rest of the Day.
19th.  The Wind S.W. in the Morning, it came to N. E. in the Evening the Corn very wett this Morning, after a great fall of rain - last night, but dryed pretty well by the Evening,& my people bound a good deal of Corn at Coydan .rained again about 9 at the night, & looked very cloudy.
20th.  The Wind E. in the Morning & very cold, rained prodigious hard– about 9 when the wind came to the S.S.W. fair cold & dry in the Evening till night when it rained very hard again for 2 hours– together, carryed a little Rye to the Barn at home,from Pen y bont– & reaped all the rest of the day.
21st.  The Wind W. very cold, & raining prodigious hard long before day & till 8 in the Morning, fair & dry afterwards most part of the rest of the day & very cold, yet made some Showers in the Evening. to day ❚z was held LLanfairynghornwy Wakes. sent 30L. to Dublin for M. Bulkeley's use.

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