June ist.  The Wind E.N.E. blowing fresh & very scorching and dry, the mornings of all the days this week last past were dark and cloudy, and Evening Sun Shiny and hot·
2d.  The Wind N. E. blowing fresh, cloudy & dark in the morning, and the Evening Sun shiny and hot & very scorching; Pd. Rhŷs Bentir i8d. for a quarter of Veal and the head.
3d.  The Wind S.W. blowing fresh, cloudy & dark in the morning till 9 — and the rest of the day was Sun shiny hot & scorching: My people all this week were makeing up the hedge about the little hay field near the Barn at Coydan·
4th.  The Wind S. blowing pretty fresh, cloudy and dark, and made fine — warm rain from 4 in the Evening till near 7 . The Curate of LLanrhudd – lad preached here on Deut: Chap: 30th. verse i9th.

5th.  ● 9 [this is written vertically in the margin below '5th.' sw]

The Wind [there is a line through the 'ind' but I don't think it is a deliberate crossing out so I haven't transcribed it as a crossing out sw] S. blowing pretty fresh , dark, cloudy weather all the morning and some rain about sun rise, the rest of the day was dry & generally Sun shiny, but grew very cold in the Evening for the time of the year — Executed this day a Lease for the term of i5 years to Hugh Lewis upon Tyddŷn LLwchan at 4L. a year rent free of all [? sw] and to comence at last Allsts. Pd. Wm. Bevan 3s. more for work.

6th.  The Wind S.S.W. blowing moderate, some sun shine, but generally cloudy and dark & tho it threatened rain, it made little or nothing: Pd. 7d. for wooden bowls of the Turnery ware. [wooden, turned, household items sw]
7th.  The Wind S. blowing high, Sun shiny, hot and scorching all day — it made a little rain about sun rise, but it was soon over.
8th.  The Wind S. blowing high, hot and scorching all day and for the most part it was sun shiny .
9th.  The Wind S. calm, some sun shine, but ^the^ greatest part of this day was cloudy and dark, yet made no rain and was all day very hot and sultry : Paid John Owen 5s. for cleaning the 2 clocks ,and pd. Rhŷs Bentir is. 6d. for a quarter of Veal and the head .
i0th.  The Wind S. blowing high and generally dark & cloudy weather for the most part of the day except 3 or 4 hours in the Evening: My people all this week ( but this day ) were plowing the Pinfold at Coydan, & to day they are carrying the Turf a shore from the turbary: Paid Robert Owen i4s. being the remainder of his last winter's wages.
iith.  The Wind S. blowing very fresh, hot & sultry, yet made a small shower about i2 but was over in 2 minutes: The Parson Priest preached on Ecclesiastes Chapi2th verse ist. gave is. [1/- sw] to a Collection for a poor family inLLanfaethly.
12th.  The Wind W. blowing moderate, yet hot & sultry, Sun shiny and dry all day·

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