August 6th.  The Wind N.E. and very little of it, Sun shiny fair & hot almost all day till 6 in the Evening when a great fog arose & grew very thick & stinking before night &encreased more and more dureing the night: Paid John Sumner the Tinker that —– pretend's likewise to be glazier i5s. 3d. for ^[3 sw] days^ glazing work,he gave me a Bill that came to 20s. 4d. which I entailed one fourth,paying him but 3d. for setting every pain of a Sash, my glass and putty paid likewise to Lewis Wms. 20s. of this Sumer's [there is a swishy line over the 'm' sw] wages.
7th.  The Wind N.E. very calm and the fogg very thick this morning till 8; the rest of the day was generally Sun Shiny, dry and fair: Paid William Williams the Joyner of LLanerchymedd one pound 2 shillings for 22 days he had been here working; makeing three new sash windows repairining the Palisades before the Hall Door, painting them & all the Front Windows together with the little Gate and the End of the Fir walk — which he also repaired, with white Lead; and also painting the other—– windows at the back of the house with Paris Mountain Vermilion & doing severall other Jobs in the house besides; and paid a Lad he had with him 5s. for 10 days he had worked here, makeing inall 27shillings Paid likewise to Shadrach the Butcher 2s.9d. for a Side of Mutton.
8th.  The Wind E. very calm, sun shiny, dry and hot weather till 5 in the Evening when a great fog arose–which continued all the rest of the day: My people all this week in the hay, & got a great deal of it together: Sent by Sydney Morris(who I sent to Bodewryd to accom– pany Anne Wright home who has been keeping Miss Owen of Pen rhose company this 7 weeks ever since she broke her Leg) I say,sent by Sydney Morris 2s. 6d. for Ann Wright to give the housekeeper,& give the Chamber maid: but after all, Dr. Wynne would not let her go to day because the fog was very thick before night·
9th.  The Wind E. very calm, & generally Sun shiny, except when – the fog prevented it(which is generally 2 hours after Sun rise & 2 hours before Sun set for severall days last part)was to day very sultry and hot likewise  . pd. 28 shillings for a Pegget of Wheat I had bought of Richd. Jones of Cemaes.
10th.  The Wind S. calm in the morning, and very moderate all day, it was generally cloudy & dark, yet it made no rain,& the people were in yehay all day:
iith.  The Wind S. and little of it, but cloudy & dark wîth frequent showers of rain morning and Evening; and rained exceeding hard in the night sometime before day.

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