July 18th.  The Wind S.very calm and warm, cloudy and dark all day, and raining a small rain long before day, and untill near 10 in the morning. Paid Jonet Roberts i5ds. for five young Ducks 
19th.  The Wind S. very calm and raining very hard in the morning early, dry from that time till 3 in the Evening, from which time till 9 at night at made severall very heavy showers of still warm rain.
20th.  The Wind S. very calm and warm, cloudy and overcast with some – little rain about ii, and made more afterwards about 3:pd.id. for fish. i5d. for a kid; and pd. Owen Thomas the Smith's bill being 2s. 2d.
2ist.  The Wind W. in the morning, calm, warm, Sun Shiny and fair, it came to N. in the Evening, and blew a little fresh, but was sun shiny, fair and warm: As most of this week was rainy, nothing could be done in the hay till this day, but [there is a line in pencil or another pen under 'is day, b' sw] my Servants were employed in clearing wet ditches.
22d.  6● [this is written in the margin opposite this entry sw]The Wind W. in the morning very calm and raining hard about 5 in the morning; all the rest of the day was sun shiny. fair and dry; The wind came before night to W. & by S. and blew pretty fresh.
23d.  The Wind from W. to S. W. frequently changeing; generally calm – but blew fresh about noon: rained hard about 6 in the morning; as it did afterwards about 2 in the afternoon with some small showers after that time; so that I was disapointed in makeing a great deal of meadow hay into bid Cocks, for after I had carried the small Cocks in severall Circles and spread them in order to their drying, the rain came suddenly down when no body did in the least expect it . Gave Owen Jones a Son of Elizabeth uch Wm. Mathew by her first husband 2s. 6d. his Mother who lives at Clerkenwell in London came to fetch— him from hence to London, she is now married to one Dowdle an Irish man .
24th.  The Wind S. in the morning & raining without intermissionfrom 5 in the morning till 12 in the fore noon: the Evening was Sun – shiny and fair, and all the day very calm : pd. Owen Thomas David 5s. 3d. for po[u sw]der Sugar, Sal Amon : & arsenic he had bought for me at Carnarvan.
25th.  The Wind N. W. blowing moderate, Sun Shiny, fair and drying well all day: All my people are this day drying the hay that was very wet; & made a great many big Cocks before night: Paid at LLan – - fechell Fair this day 3s. 4d. for cloath and lin[e sw]ing to make Hugh ’Bwilliam Gabriel a Breeches.

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