August 8th.  The Wind N.W.& by N. calm & warm in ye Morning the Evening very cold. had 13 reapers to day, & finished the Park _ where the Corn was but short and thin. Pwllhely Fair this day proved very <bad> ❚zz <No> great Number bought, <& those> but at low rates.
9th.  The Wind W.N.W. calm & something warm in the Morning– but very dark & cloudy, have 13 reapers to day at Cae'r LLoriau where there is very good Oats. Pd. 1L. 1s. 0d. to Excise Officer, being my composition money for Malt & Candles to Midsumer [there is a line over the 'm' sw] last. the Wind came to S. S. W about noon, & blew high all the__ Evening, made Severall Sharp cold showers before night & rained a great deal in the night. Penmorfa Fair this day proved very ❚zz . indiferent.
10th.  The Wind W. & by N. very cold and rained hard in the Morning, the Evening dry, but extream cold, my people reaping Oats all day till 3 in the Evening, when they came to reap the Rye at Pen y Bont. Sent by Gabriel Jones Junior 40s. to pay Tho: Bryan Newborough Fair to day proved pretty well, a great many Cows & Yearling heiffers bought, and some Oxen, but at low rates.
11th.  The Wind W.N.W. blowing high, very cold, dark & cloudy all day, but made but little or no rain, my reapers all this day at Cnewchdernog cutting of Rye (16 in number ) pd. 3d. for ale.
12th.  The Wind W. calm, but dark and cloudy all day. and cold raw weather – a very poor Markett to day at LLanfechell; my people still are reaping – at Cnewchdernog (16 in number ) Rye in the Morning, & Oats from 9 till night. made some misling rain about 2 in the Evening, but was soon over. pd. 1d.2/1 for ale .
13th.  The Wind S.W. very calm, dark, heavy weather all day, & raining a mizling rain very often, my people make the Hay at Cnewchdernog to day–
14th.  The Wind S.W. calm, dark & cloudy in the Morning, the Wind blowing high, & Stormy in the Evening, with some rain about 5. continued stormy & raining most part of the Night, the parson being gone to assist Harry Wms. parson of LLanfaethly (who is sick ) one Robert Pugh (who is one of the most immorall) men in this Cou<n>ty ) read here & preached on Mat.Ch.25th vers. 41st. where he very liberally threw about hell fire to ye great mirth of several severall of his hearers who knew the man's Character, & conversation that he did not believe what he so earnestly said, or else he [c sw]ould [Nesta Evans gives 'would' sw] not live in the manner he did.

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