August 5th.  The Wind S. blowing moderate & made some rain in the morning, but cleared afterwards & my people went to the hay in the Evening, pd. 6s. 8d. for i6 yards of Course Irish cloath to make rubbers.
6th.  The Wind S. W. calm. sun shiny fair & dry till 5 in the Evening when it grew dark & overcast, the Wind changed to E. & begun to - rain & blow cold; but it did not rain hard till near 8 at night, at wch. time it begun to rain excessive hard which it continued for most- part of the night: Pd. is. [1/- sw] for young Ducks.
7th.  The Wind E. & by S. blowing pretty fresh & raining in the morning till 8 attended with a thick fog ; the Evening was dry & some Sun- shine.
8th.  The Wind S. blowing but little in the morning and raining hard _ long before day till 8 or 9 a clock, the rest of the day was dry & blowing high and very hard; Pd. 2d. for mending my shoe .
9th.  The Wind S. in the morning and raining exceeding hard till near 8, when it came to E. & by N, and blew fresh, and dryed will the rest of the day ·
i0th.  The Wind W . S.W. blowing very moderate, cloudy dark weather, but continued dry all this day; My people could do but little in the hay all this week because of the frequent rains it made ·
iith.  The Wind S. W. blowing moderate, Sun shiny fair & dry all this day – till 3 in the Evening that it grew overcast & windy, but made no rain this day : The Priest preached on Exodus Chap: 20th. verse the 8th.
i2th.  The Wind S. S. W. blowing fresh early in the morning & raining almost all day, but not hard, & grew very calm before noon·The Fair to day at Aberffraw proved very good & a great many Cattle bought .
i3th.  The Wind S. W. blowing high & stormy & especially in yeEvening but it continued dry all this day.
i4th.  The Wind S.W. blowing very high & stormy, especially in the Evening it was very tempestuous & dark cloudy weather all day.
i5th.  The Wind S. W. calm and cloudy dark weather & raining almost all day more or less: The Market yesterday at LLanerchymedd had risen extravagantly in ye Space of one week; the barley being sold there for 2is. a pegget; Rye for 24, Pilcorn for 32 & Wheat for 38s. apegget.

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