Octr. 18th.  went to Cemaes to see the Timber that was sold there saw none to my Purpose, returned home, haveing pd 3d for Ale
19th.  The Wind N.W. & by N. Fair, sun-shiny dry weather, & very calm, my people still at the Same work, except some that I have scatering useless hedges at Ferem to make the fields larger & more uniform pd 4d for Ale . pd. Michael Edward ye Church Warden 15s. 8d. Church Mize at 4d in ye pound
20th Wind W. Cloudy & dark, with severall showers of small rain especially in the Evening, my people at ye same work as before. Brynne Duon being over–ru[n sw] with small gors or Whins, I thought to destroy them by setting fire to them, but before half of them were fired, the raine❚ prevented –
21st.  The Wind W. a Dark cloudy day from first to last with frequent showers of small rain, as yesterday but more, my people at the same work still.
22d.  The Wind S.E. & by S. very calm, close dark weather, yet made no rain till night, when it begun, it rained all night long, my people to day finished carrying the Sand, haveing carryed in all this year upon my own Horses, by my own Servants 3720 Bags & pd Richard Roberts of rhwng=y=ddau=fynydd One pound 10 Shitt [presume 'shillings' sw]. for carrying 720 Bags more at 5s. a hundred <six score being in the hundred> a full Market to day at Llanveche[chell sw] pd. Richard Owen the Butcher 3s. 6d. for Beef I bought of [him sw]
23d. 3●  [this is written vertically immediately below '23d.' sw] The Wind E.S.E. very calm & warm, & raining without intermission from 6 in the Evening yester- -day till 3 in the Evening this day, so that my peopl[e sw] could do little or nothing all day, from 3 to 6 it continued fair, & rained again from that time till i0.
24th.  The Wind E.S.E. calm & dry, but cloudy & dark all day the Parson preached on Psalm i9th. vers. 13th. after the same vulgar manner

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