July 15th.  The Wind W. & S.W. moderately calm & warm all day, my Servants employed in the Same work still, pd. 1d.2/1 for ale –
16th. The Wind E. & EN.E. a mild calm day, and very hot from 9 till 5. a pretty full Market at LLanfechell, pd. 1d.2/1 for Ale. had all my Turf and Sods home, safe; dry and in good order
17th.  The Wind S.E. & E.S.E. calm and very Sultry all Day my Servants at the Same work still.
18th.  The Wind S. calm dark & cloudy, and very hot & Sultry. The parson preached on Pet. Ep.2. [The Second Epistle General of Peter sw] Chap.3d. vers. 18. – made a little rain at the fall of night —
19th.  The Wind. S. very calm & cloudy, with some showers of small rain, the Evening clearer & fairer & something sultry - pd. 1d2/1 for Ale.
20th.  The Wind S in the Morning, being cloudy & dark, made some showers of rain. but very little, whereupon the Wind came to the W. & there it settled, my Servant and Labourers at the Same work still, Viz some in ye hay & others in the Ditch at Coydan: Sowed to day Some Caulyflower Seeds for the first time –and earthed some Sellery for Blanching–
21st.  The Wind S. fair & Sultry, the Wind blowing fresh in the Evening, Earthed some Sellery to day also, the Market at LLanerchymedd much the Same as Last Week —–
22d.  The Wind S.W. & S. blowing fresh, the sky clear & Sultry begun to make my hay into stacks, went in the Evening with Cousin Hen. Hughes to Cors y Ddafod; a[t sw]s Cors y Cilfaes & killed 4 Plovers & a snipe.

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