August 6th.  The Wind W. & by S. a refreshing gale,for the reapers & no more, dry all day, had to day 10 reaping Barley at Cae'r LLoriau, & 5 yesterday , the Market fallen today above half, Barley being sold for 18s. a peggett.
7th.  The Wind S.S.W. raining in the morning early, proved dry afterwards till ii when it rained pretty hard till 2 in the Evening My Daughter & her Husband came there to day. Pd. Rowland _ Patrick 35s. being the remainder of his last years wages due since July iith. last past.
8th.  The Wind W. N. W. a fine dry, sun-shiny day; my people in the morning reaping Oats; in the Evening binding Cae'r LLoriau Barley,
9th.  The Wind W. S. W.  blowing fresh, especially in the Evening - cloudy, dark and sultry; yet continued dry all day.
10th.  The Wind S.W. blowing fresh, yet dry all day. My people all this day reaping Oats; being 20 in number. Newborough — Fair very poor, very few Cattle & as few drovers.
11th.The Wind W. blowing fresh; Sun-shiny & fair all day. my people binding Barley in the morning, & finish reaping the great Oats in the Evening. Pd. 1s. for Ale at Cemaes to treat Mr. Wright and other Gentlemen that walked with me there.
12th.  The Wind W. a good breeze; yet hot & Sultry & dry all day. I have a great many hands to day reaping Barley at Rhôs= =Garrog.
13th.  The Wind S. raining a mizling rain about 5 in the Morning till 9. about 10 set out to LLanderchmedd to hear & determine - information against the Excise Laws . finished that business- by 6 and was at home before 9.
14th.  The Wind W. blowing fresh all day, a pretty good fair to day att Llanerchmedd for old Cows & heifers, very few Oxen bought.

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