^August^ z❚z 16  The Wind S.W. & raining hard long – before day and almost all the Morning; The Evening dry and blowing fresh till night.
17th.  The Wind N.E. raining a mizling rain in the morning till 9; from that time till night Sun shiny, and blowing fresh & drying well.
18th.  The Wind E. & by N. blowing very fresh, dry & cold, and Sun shiny all day; I have a great many reapers all these 3 last days.


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The Wind N.E. very fair, clear, serene & Sun shiny all day; I have a great many reapers to day finishing the Wheat, and bin ing of Barley in the Evening.

20th.  The Wind E. S.E. very calm sun shiny & fair, and a great dew this morning as it makes every day, My people till 7 were reaping, the dew was so great, after– –wards the were binding of Barley all the rest of the day:
21st.  The Wind S.W. & so to W. & by N. in the Evening very fair, sun shiny and hot all day ; My people all this day reaping Barley at Brynclynni.
22d.  The Wind N.W. blowing fresh & cold & very dry, but the Sun very hot, about 4 I set out to LLysdulas in my way to Beaumares Sessions that begins toomorrow, & arrived there about 6.
23d.  The Wind N.E. Sun shiny & fair all day, Set out about 3 in the Evening for Beaumares & was there before ye Sitting of the Court which did not sit till 7.

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