September 6th.  The Wind W. very calm & warm, and raining a small mizling rain all the Morning, & most part of the Evening. I had people binding of Oats, which they left off about 9 . but my people continued to carry Corn — almost all day. God send they have not done mischief !
7th.  The Wind W. blowing fresh & drying well, but cloudy & dark all the morning ; the Evening dry & fair, my people this day finished binding the Oats at Coydan.
8th.  The Wind N.W. very fickle weather all this day, often cloudy & sometimes Sun shiny, and made 2 or 3 small showers of rain. My people are makeing Corn to day at Cnewchdernog . The Market at LLanerchmedd very much fallen . Rye Sold from 5s. to 5s. 9d. our Measure . Wheat from 6s to 7s. the best. Barley from 3s. to 3s. 6d. the best.
9th.  The Wind N. N. E. blowing fresh & cold, tho Sunshiny & clear. My people are carrying in theCorn at Coydan.
10th.  The Wind N. blowing very high, and excessive cold all day especially in the Evening; A poor Market to day at LLanfechell
11th.  The Wind N. blowing high in the Morning & exceeding cold, made severall showers of Sleet & hail before day. & from 7 to 9 it rained a cold sleet & hail altogether. made afterwards a very great shower of rain about noon, The Evening Sunshiny and dry: I observed To Day what I never saw, nor heard since I was born; Carnarvanshire Mountains all covered with snow like to what they used to be in December. At three a clock this Evening Dyed at Beaumares, William the onely Son of Mr. Rowlands of Caera. he dyed of the Small Pox at 17 years of Age.
12th.  The Wind N. blowing high & excessive cold all Day. The Parson preached on Eccesiastes Chap 12th. vers. ist which he had often done before.

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