Sepr. 14th. to day for 7L. & so in proportion as to other Rates. # [this symbol is written in the margin opposite this line sw] this Day Mr. Thomas Roberts of Bodiar dyed I [this is not crossed out: the 'I' is written on top of a dash sw] sold 7 Bullocks in this Fair for 4L. a Bullock
15th.  The Wind E.S.E. Calm, dark & cloudy, with some showers of Rain in the Morning. but about 3 a clock in the Evening it begun to rain in earnest, & contin – -ued to rain without intermission till very near Day — and blowing very hard –My Servants carry Sand still —
16th.  The Wind N. blowing high, cloudy & dark, my Servants spread the sand to day, to give the poor Horses a little respite, I have others a grubbing Gors for Winter Use –
17th.  The Wind W.N.W. calm & fair, but cloudy & dark. my people carry Sand, & others at the grubbing buisness – a very full Market to day at LLanfechell, pd. 1d for Calf's Feet.
18th.  The Wind N.W. & by N. calm and fair, but something cloudy, my people still at the same work. to day I gathered what Apples was left unstolen in the – Orchard, being about 2 loads; some we used in the house, and sold near 30s worth ——
19th.  The Wind N.W. still & calm, dry & fair weather, but a thin – congregation to day at Llanfechell Church.
20th.  The Wind N. calm & fair but cloudy most of the Day, pd _  # [this symbol is written in the margin opposite this line and the one below it sw] Mr. Hughes Tre'r ddôl 35s. Interest to June last for a Bond of 20L. I owed Mrs. Price . pd. Ld. Bulkeley's [ffee sw] ffarm ­­–Rent Issuing out of Tyddyn y Rhos 5s. pd. 6d for wild Ducks—
21st. The Wind W. cold in the Morning, calm & cloudy, abundance of Cattle went by to Llanerchymedd Fair, pd. Dick the Gardiner 1[L sw]. 1s. A very poor Fair at LLannerchymedd as to Rates. but a great many sold at a very low rate from 5 to 6L. a pair. large Oxen 6 or 7 year old

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