August 15th.  The Wind N.W. fair & dry, & blowing briskly, which under God hath saved most of the Corn in Countrey, a very poor Congregation to day at LLanfechell occasioned by LLanfairynghor= =nwy wakes.
16th.  The Wind N W. blowing hard & Cold, especially in the Morning I have to day i9 persons binding of Barley. took up my Onions out of the ground to dry, planted out the Leeks in Trenches 8 or 9 inches deep; sowed Turnips to day, as I did on Saturday. last.
17th.  The Wind N.W. blowing fresh & very cold, especially in the Morning. my people still at the same work of Binding corn all Day . 15 in Number.
18th.  The Wind W. cold & cloudy most part of the day, I begun to make my Barley to day at Coydan, & likewise ye Rye having 9 Drags carrying of it. The Parson enployed 4 ☞ [this pointing hand symbol is in the margin, pointing at this line sw] Persons to carry his tythe from Coydan Park & brought it through Brynnie Duon, which I forbad, the Persons so for bad were Thomas Jones the Shoomaker, John Prichard of Amlough the Shoomaker's Son, Richard Roberts the Taylor Margarett uch Richard, the Daughter of Richard Roberts the Son of Robert John ap Evan late of Bodewryd, and Owen the Son of Thomas David the Butcher, and upon my repres– -enting the matter to the Parson, he disclaimed any right to carry it that way; but desired my leave to carry it that way before the Said Persons, and Owen John Rowland of Bodlwyfan and Abraham Jones Shopkeeper of LLanfechell, which I granted but obliedged them to go once through the high way from Coydan to Rhôs y Pill & So to Cefn y Groes Road, to shew that they had no Right to come the other way, but by leave onely, & Suffered them to come through Brynne Duon afterwards pursuant to the Parson's askingof leave I have people reaping my Wheat at Bodelwyn to day —

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