July 27th.  The Wind W. & by N. blowing moderately warm weather, tho dark & cloudy, & continued dry all day .
28th.  The Wind S W. raining exceeding hard before day &till near Sun rise, the rest of the day.fair & warm but the Sun seldom appeared; The Market at LLanerch– - medd something ris, tho it was very full: Pd. 12/1 [this is '1' followed by '2/1' sw] for Ale.
29th.  The Wind W. close, cloudy, warm weather & dry, had to day all my hay into bîg Cocks.
30th  The Wind S. calm,sunshiny, sultry & extream hot all this day. A pretty full Market to day at LLanfechell. I should have mentioned in the beginning of this month the Parson's Tythe Setting which he set the 3d Inst. at the following rates. Both Caerdegog Parcells– he set for 36 pounds; LLawr y LLan Parcell heSet for 28 pounds exclusive of his own Corn growing on the Glebe ^worth 4 pounds^, the 3 fields of glebe about the house – being all under excellent Barley, as likewise the Glebe field by Rhôs Garrog, & the quilet at Gorsedd Rŷs under great Oats; & exclusive also of the Tythe hay of the whole Parcell of LLawr y LLan worth at least 8 pound. Dygwell Tythe set for 3L. 10s. & parcell y Mynŷdd for 1L. 1s. Bo[? sw]i[? sw] modus 1L. 6s. 8d. Glebe 8L. Offerings 8L. Lambs from 3 to 4L. wool & money for OddLambs 2L. 10s. Kids from 10 to 15s. Gees & Pigs 1L. Lactualls 3L. hemp & flax 10s. Easter offerings 2L. i0s. makeing in ye whole iii pounds 9 shillings & Eight pence.

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