●3 [this is written in the margin opposite this entry sw] July i6th. The Wind E.N.E. Sultry hot, & Scorching my people still at the same work every day,opening of wet Ditches in the Morning, and in the hay in the Evening.
17th.  The Wind E.N.E. hot & scorching and excessive dry, am forced to water the Garden every Evening, even old trees, to keep the fruit from falling off, for every thing almost dry's up and withers.
18th.  The Wind N.E. in the Morning, came to W.N.W in the Evening, a dark, cloudy day and very warm, without scorching, — which is a great rarity this year, my people at the same work still .  sent 2 men & 6 horses in the Evening to carry Dr. Evans's Hay (bought of D. Wms. ) to Llanerchymedd.
19th.  The Wind. N. sharp & clear, but not high, nor very scorching, made a fine shower of rain this Morning which lasted from day-break till 8 a clock, more or less, & haveing rained besides most part of the night before
20th.  The Wind N. in the morning, & settled in the W. in ye Evening, calm, clear, & serene, but not very warm, The Markett at LLanerchymwd very slow, & very low too, the Barley from 9 to 10s. a Pegget, Rye & Pilcorn from 13, to 14s. a Pegget, but Wheat from 27. to 29s. a Peggett.
2ist.  The Wind W. blowing fresh & cold, came to theS. in ye Evening. & about 6 it blew very high, & rained some small showers of cold rain, but betwixt 9 & 10. it blew a meer storm, & rained very hard, as it did (I believe) all, or most part of ye Night.
22d.  The Wind S.W. & by S. very high & boisterous, & raining very hard till 8 in the Morning, dark, cloudy & very windy all the rest of the day with frequent showers of cold rain; The Markett very small to day at LLanfechell; there being but [2 sw] Veals in the Markett ·

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