July 9th.  The Wind S. blowing moderate, cloudy & dark with a moist Mist for the most part of the morning: the Evening Sun shiny clear & fair, hot & Sultry: My people are this day repairing Cae'r LLoriau Bridge which the land floods had very much impaired and almost ruined. 
10th.  The Wind W. blowing very moderate, sun shiny clear & fair & very hot all day: pd. Owen Hughes the Taylor 6d for mending my cloaths and 2d. for thread.
iith.  The Wind S. in the morning, very calm, close cloudy weather, it settled at W. about noon & there continued: all this day from first to last was exceeding hot & sultry: pd. 5d. for fish ·
i2th.  The Wind S. blowing pretty fresh; cloudy & dark from Sun rise to 10 & from 5 till night, but the intermediate time Sun shiny & hot, and all the day was very Sultry.
i3th.  The Wind S. blowing high, Sun shiny & fair, but very hot & scorching the wind was very high in the Evening, cloudy & overcast: Pd. 14d.for a – quarter of Veal and 13d. for a quarter of Ram Mutton
i4th.  The Wind S. blowing very high and stormy all day: it made 2 or 3 attempts to rain, but made very little & next to nothing: I was to day walking my Mears in Balog;^in LLanelian^ The Tenant of Balog – Richard Rowland shewed them, and My Tenant Michael Sion ab Ifan, of Tŷ Newydd & My Tenant Wm. Thomas of Tyddyn Efa hir, and Lewis ab Wm. Morris of that parish were present; The lands we walked were about a Quillet this side of Balog & is but a small one; and about another very long quillet near ffynnon y Cawr – and the lands in Porth Elian. which make indeed one half of porth Elian. I gave my two Tenants 6d. a piece to drink. & there being a Cocking in the Neighbourhood where I was engaged, I went there where it cost me 3s. 6d. & came home by 9 a clock·
i5th.  The Wind S. blowing fresh, very Sultry and hot all day, tho it was often cloudy and overcast, but for all that it made no rain.
16th.  The Wind N. blowing very moderate, sultry and hot all day, continue[d sw] very dry: My Son came home to day from the spring Circuit – gave a poor man 6d.
17th.  The Wind N. very calm & warm,and raining very hard about 5 in the - morning, and frequent small rain afterwards morning and Evening.

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