August 17th.  The Wind S. W. blowing fresh, cloudy & dark, & with frequent showers of rain all the morning; about i in the Evening it rained exceeding hard for near half an hour: Planted to day some Broccoli plants for the first time. and to Day I begun to reap.
i8th.  The Wind S. W. blowing fresh with frequent showers of heavy rain all the morning & till 3 in the Evening, the rest of the day sun shiny & fair, but the night was generally very rainy.
19th.  The Wind W. in the morning, blowing fresh & drying well, about 9 it came back to S. W. & began to rain hard, so that my people were forced to leave off reaping (& I wish I had not begun) & continued to rain without intermission & generally very hard all the rest of the day. 
20th.  The Wind S. W. blowing moderate, often Sun shiny & drying well till 3 in the Evening when all of Sudden it grew dark and overcast and begun to rain about 4, and rained ex – cessive hard betwixt 5 & 6 and blowing high with some rain the rest of the day & I believe most part of the night.
2ist.  The Wind W. & by S. in the morning blowing fresh & drying well with some Sun shine. but brought down a shower about noon, and made severall very heavy showers in ye Evening– people every where talk of the Corn being sprouted, & if God is not pleased to put a stop to this rain, for the greatest part of the Corn of this Countrey will be spoiled. 
22d.  The Wind W. in the morning, blowing fresh, cold & drying well; but very dark, cloudy & overcast; about 2 in the Evening I Set out for Beaumares Sessions which begun last Saturday – I have attended the Great Sessions in Anglesey these 37 years, and never did any Sheriff omitt inviteing me to be of the – Grand Jury in either of the two Sessions in all that time till this present Sherriff Mr. Wm Lewis of Trysclwyn & now of LLanddyfnan· arived in Beaumares before Sun Set much fatigued.
23d.  The Wind E. & by N. very calm, warm, Sunshiny & dry, Dined at my Lodging where I pd. for meat & drink 1s. &spent the Night at Mr. Francis LLoyd's house.
24th.  The Wind W. in the Morning, came to E. in the Evening, very moderate warm, sun Shiny and dry all day; Pd. at my lodging to day 2s.10d. 
25th.  The Wind E. dark & cloudy & something cold, but dry, pd. to day at my lodging 2s. for meat & drink, & pd Wm. Wynn the barber 14s. for a Wig, and is. [1/- sw] for shaveing me, & dressing my Wig.

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