August 27th.  The Wind W. fair, dry, hot & Sultry all day, carryed in to day the Small Oats to Coydan Barn, & the Barley field at Bodelwyn [there is a mark here which might be a comma or might not be sw] home .
28th.  The Wind S.S.E. blowing something fresh, came to S.W. in the Evening, blew fresh, & very cloudy, yet made no rain; To Day I got in the last of my corn safe & Sound, being Just 22 days from the day I begun to reap.
29th.  The Wind S. W. blowing high & stormy all day ; but made no rain, my Servants employed in thatching the Corn.

30th. 1● [this is written in the margin immediately below '30th.' sw] 

The Wind S.S.W. blowing fresh all the morning, dark and cloudy, & made some small rain hardly perceptible, and all over by 7 when it cleared up. 

31st.  The Wind S.W. calm, & raining hard in the morning from 3 to 5, & some mizling rain afterwards, the rest of the day fair & dry — send by John Roberts the Taylor 5L. 5s. to buy me cloath &cfor a suit of Cloaths.
Septembr. 1st.  The Wind S. calm & raining this morning before day; – Sun-shiny and fair afterwards.
2d.  The Wind N.W. made some rain early before day, all the rest of the day fair & dry: No man liveing ever saw such a Draught— the Springs of water fail more & more daily ·
3d.  The Wind E. blowing fresh & scorching all day; pd 1s. for fish; 
4th.  The Wind E. blowing hot, dry & scorching, a full Market to day at LLanfechell, pd. 15d. for a quarter of Mutton, & 14d for – bread.
5th.  The Wind E. blowing very high, hot & scorching; my people all this week thatching the Corn & hay, and plowing the Pinfold at Coydan the second time.

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