August 28th.  The Wind N.N.W. cloudy in the Morning and a little rain; the rest of the day sun-shiny and fair; I had 22 people reaping Barley all this day.
29th.  The Wind W. & by N. in the Morning, dark & cloudy, cleared up again and made a fine day, my people binding Barley at Coydan to day–
30th.  The Wind S.W. very cloudy in the Morning, & a great dew. my people all this day binding of great Oats at Bodelwyn. pd. Wm. Jones the Slater 4L. 4s. for Slateing one whole side of Coydan Barn, & a piece of the other side. 
31st.  The Wind S.W. blowing fresh & warm, my people carry in the barley of Cae'r LLorriau into the Barn; being 333 shocks, there is some Barley yet in Cae'r LLorriau not bound, and some unreaped.
[S sw]  The Wind S.W. blowing very high, dark & Cloudy, and very like to rain, my people are binding the Barley of Bryn-clynny to have it all in Shock (if possible). before the rain, which it now looks very like, about 12 it begun to rain, & rained very hard most part of the Evening . 

2d.    ● 11. [this is written in the margin, immediately below '2d.' sw]

The Wind W. & by S. blowing fresh and cold, my people all this day reaping of Great Oats at Bodelwyn and Ferem; made a very great shower about 2, and was mighty cold all the Evening.

3d.  The Wind W. & by S. blowing fresh & cold, made a great shower of Hail about 5. & severall showers of rain afterwards, The Parson preached on Matt. Chap. 7th. vers. 12th. gave 6d. to Cromlech Boy that brought here some Pears. pd. 5s. to John Hughes of Gwredog's servant for the use of his Stalion for Mr. Wright's mare; pd.1s.9d. Church tax for Carreg lefn in LLanbadrick (in my Own hands) being 14d. a pound raised this year upon that parish, and as much raised the last year to repair that ugly: unsightly Church, a great part of the wall on the South Side being new built this year at iid. a yard,together with a great part of the Roof of it.
4th.  The Wind N.W. blowing fresh & cold, made some few showers in the Morning, but fair & dry all the day afterwards, carried more Barley to day to Coydan Barn <& a pinfold of Rye> & finished reaping all my great Oats; & bound some Barley at Brynclynni.


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