June 18th.  The Wind N.W. and blowing a rank storm about 2 this morning and raining very hard from that time till near 9: the rest of the day was dry, but very cold & blowing high.
i9th.  9❍ [this is written in the margin underneath 'i9th.' sw] The Wind N. N. E. calm and warm and generally clear – and Sun Shiny all day: The Wind yesterday morning and before has done vast mischief in Gardens onely, by breaking and prostrating  Peas & Beans, breaking of great Arms of Trees, and above all breaking & disfiguring Flower plants of almost all the tall sorts.
20th.  The Wind N.E. in the morning, calm & very Sultry, Sun Shiny and fair, about noon it came to S. S. W. grew cloudy & overcast and blew fresh the rest of the day & brought down some drops of rain, but very little R[eici sw]ved to Day of Mr. Thomas Morris & his Wife the papers relating to Rhydgroes Estate; but the Original Will of the late Mr. Richard Gwyn by which I have a Title to that Estate not being there, but at Bangor ­– Court as they say, I must have recourse to that Court for it.
2ist.  The Wind S. S.W. blowing moderate, & raining a mizling rain all the morning; the Evening fair and dry: The Corn I sent in a Boat forCarnar– –von Market 3 weeks ago, and had made already two attempts to go there but in vain, This Evening set out for that place from Porth Lechog [Porth Llechog = Bull Bay sw] being the third time, & may God prosper their attempt.
22d.  The Wind S. W. & moderate dark hazy weather with a mizling rain in the morning, yet very Sultry about noon,when it cleared up and was dry the rest of the day : Pd. Abraham Jones 4s. for Iron & had of him in March last.
23d.  The Wind W. in the Morning, came to S.W. in the Evening & grew overcast &cloudy, yet continued dry all day and was moderately warm &fair. Pd. 2d. for fish.
24th.  The Wind W. blowing fresh all the morning with a [Mizling sw] rain – about 8 & cloudy and dark afterwards till near 3 in the Evening when the wind was much abated and was Sun Shiny & fair the rest of ye day.
25th.  The Wind S. W. very moderate in the morning & warm with some Sun shine, in the Evening the Wind blew high & cold was cloudy & overcast : The Priest preached on i. Cor. Chap: 10th. vers. i2th.
26th.  The Wind S. W. blowing fresh and generally Sun Shiny all this day; Had a meeting to day at LLanerchmedd to Sign bills of the Land tax & Light tax in Conjunction with Mr. Lewis of LLysdulas & Mr. Robt. Lewis where Ipd. for my Self and Man 3s.

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