June ist.  The Wind N. W. dark & cloudy blowing fresh & cold, made some small showers about noon and at the fall of night.
2d.  The Wind N. not high but blowing exceeding cold especially in the morning when it rained very hard; the rest of the day was Sun shiny and dry, but continued very cold.
3d.  ●11 [this is written vertically in the margin below '3d.' sw] The Wind E. blowing pretty fresh, but not cold, yet brought down some hail this morning about 5 & some showers of rain but of short continuance, afterwards; the rest of the day was sun shiny but the wind blowing cold: My people begun yesterday to plow the Pinfold in Coydan, as others of them— were weeding the Corn there .
4th.  The Wind N.W. &by N. blowing fresh and very cold all day: early in the morning it rained a cold Sleet for some time which afterwards changed to rain which continued till 9: the rest of the day was dry and sun shiny but very cold: The Priest finished the Sermon he had begun this day fortnight·
5th.  The Wind N. blowing cold, but not high & generally Sun shiny and fair and warm in the shelter, the wind calm towards night.
6th.  The Wind N. very moderate and calm, Sun shiny and warm all day; Sent John Ifan to LLanerchmedd to fetch home a Clock from the late Mrs. Jenny LLoyd's house which my brother Lewis made me a present of.
7th.  The Wind N. calm warm & pleasant & generally Sun shiny – all day; Sent to day ten Peggets of Rye to Cemaes to be put in a boat to go to Carnarvon by next Saturday Market·
8th.  The Wind E. blowing pretty fresh, but not cold, and generally cloudy and dark all day, but made no rain, Yesterday in the Evening I planted out savoys & some round English Cabbage: Paid 6d. for fish & 6d. for makeing Ann Wright's Frock .
9th.  The Wind E. & by N. blowing fresh all the morning, cold & scorching, the Evening calm & the Wind in the N. Sun shiny & fair; pd. 9d. for a Kid.
10th.  The Wind E. in the Morning, blowing fresh cold & blasting, & cloudy dark weather; the Evening warm & calm, Sun Shiny & fair & the Wind at N. Paid John Owen of LLanerchmedd 2s. for Setting up and cleaning the Clock that came from Mrs. Jane LLoyd's house: I had to day 4 men & 2 Carts from 8 in the morning till near 8 in the Evening – carrying Quarry Rubbage [rubbish sw] to mend the high Way .

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