August i3th.  The Wind N. & by E. calm, Sun shiny & fair all this day also, but an exceeding great hoar frost this morning. my people at the same work to day as yesterday.

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The Wind S. E. calm, cloudy & dark weather all day with some little rain about 3 in the Evening but soon over: The Curate Priest did preach on Exod: Chap; 20th. verse 7th. gave 2s. to a Collection for __ a poor man from LLanelian who had his house burnt & all he had in it by some wicked person when he & his wife were gone from hom^e^. 

i5th.  The Wind E. & by N. blowing very fresh all day, & cold inthe Even- - ing, cloudy & dark with a heavy shower about Sun rise and raining hard some time last night, but drying well all the day afterwards·
i6th.  The Wind E. cloudy and dark all the morning, the Evening Sun shiny and fair blowing fresh all day: Paid Hugh – Mc. Millan a Scotch Pedlar 3 pounds 6s. for things bought of him for Ann Wright & my self· and pd. my Sister 5 pounds ofthe money I owe her by Note·
i7th.  The Wind E. blowing pretty fresh & very warm, Sun shiny & hot till 4 in the Evening when it grew cloudy & overcast — for the rest of the day & made some little raîn on the fall of night: To Day I begin to reap: Pd. for a Sîde Sadle for Ann Wright 6L. 9s. whîch is worth about 3L. Pd. also 2s. 10d. for spice.
i8th.  The Wind E. calm, cloudy & dark and raining more or less almost all day .
i9th.  The Wind E. calm, dark & cloudy all the morning with some little rain about 8,the Evening Sun shiny, fair & clear & drying well: Pd. Rhŷs Bentir 3s. for Butcher's meat, & id.2/1 for Ale at Cemaes.
20th.  The Wind N. W. blowing very fresh & very cold all this day & made some little rain about i0, but all the rest of the day was dry & my people every day were reaping since they begun.

2ist.  The Wind S.W. blowing very moderate, cloudy & dark all the morning with severall showers of heavy rain; the Evening in generall was sun shiny & drying well; Paid Thomas Godfrey & Hugh Sion,(Aberdovey — people ) 6L. iis. for i3i solid feet of Oak at 1s. a foot & 3s. for three small pieces of Ash ·The Oak were extraordinary strait & fine timber free from —   

☞ [this pointing figure is in the margin pointing between the previous line and the next one sw]   knots, but of no great dimensions, most of them being of the Size for—– large Couples, & severall of 7 & 8 yards long .

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