July 10th.  The Wind S.S.W pretty high hot & Sultry & very Scorching a great Congregation to day at LLanfechell Church, theParsonpreachd on Ephes. Chap 5th. vers. 30. very dry & insipidly.
iith.  The Wind N.N.W. cloudy & dark in the Morning, cleared up afterwards about noon, my people at the same work to day as they were last week; about 10 I set out to Beaumares to hold the Quarter Sessions there which begins to day —– baited at Bwlch Gwyn, where I spent 6d. came to Town about 4. kept the first Court with Lord Bulkeley ( no other Justice came to Town,) was invited by him to ride along with him in his Chaise to Baron-Hill, but I excused my self & did not go-sat with Mr. Brisco & Mr. Henry Jones a drinking till almost i2.
12th.  The Wind N. cold & scorching weather, Mr. Jones of Plâs Gwynn Mr. Lewis of LLysdulas & I kept the Morning Court, dined with Mr. Lewis at  Magdal[e sw]n Galloway's pd, there 1s. Went to Court abt. 5. where we stayed till near 9, haveing a great deal of buisness.
13th.  The Wind N.W. dark cold & scorching, went early to Court — where we finished all the buisness, haveing made an order for levying 20L. upon the County to repair Rhyd_Pont Bridge, 4L. for the Gaoler, & condemned a Woman of Holy–head to be whip'd next Saturday for Petty Larceny— dined at my Lodging at Griffith Pritchard, haveing paid my Bill which amounted to 7s. pd. 6d to the Barber, 6d for Tobacco,6d to the Cryer, & what I pd. for my man, the whole came to 12s. 6d set out from Town about 6. & was home by 10.
14th.  The Wind N. sharp, cold & scorching, but the Sun clear and hot, to day I make my upland Hay into a Stack, mowing & raking still every day the meadow Hay. 
15th.  The Wind still at N. & N.E. scorching, sultry, & very hot a poor Market to day at LLanfechell.

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