|August 13th. The Wind S.W. blowing high & stormy - but made very little rain all day, the Wind is so high that my servants can't thatch the hay, but have work enough to keep it from being broke by the Wind .|
|14th. The Wind S.W. blowing cold, high and stormy, with a dark – clouded sky, but made no rain; To day my people begun to reap A very poor Fair to day at LLanerchymedd, and very few Cattle boug[ht sw] [the end of the word is lost in the binding sw] there .|
|15th. The Wind S.W. blowing high and stormy, with driveing clouds, it rained prodigious hard this morning about 2 a clock which continued till near 4.|
|16th. The Wind S.S.W.
|17th. The Wind S.W. moderately calm, dry, sunShiny and fair till 3 in the Evening when the sky was overcast, and it became dark & cloudy from that time till night .|
|18th. The Wind S.W. in the Morning, it afterwards came to ye E. about noon, very calm and Sultry all day, about 6 in the Evening it made a prodigious hard shower of rain that lasted about 6 or 7 minuets, rained afterwards more or less till near 9 a clock. pd 1d2/1 for Ale,& gave 6d. to a poor,sickly, almost naked traveller.|
|19th. The Wind variable this day: at E. in the Morning;came to W. about 8 a clock & there it settled,pretty calm, & very sultry, haveing made very great rain sometime before day, my peoplestubbled the Corn that was cut on fryday & Saturday last, reaping still today and yesterday . Paid Richard Wms. the Shoomaker 26 pounds in part of the money I owe him by Bond; and had a discharge upon the back of the Bond for the same, attested by Robt. Wms. of chwaen ddu.|
|20th. The Wind S. & by E. blowing pretty fresh, with some <small> showers in ye Morning in the Evening they were more frequent, tho not [t sw]o hinder people from reaping The Market to day very high at LLanerchmedd, Barley from 24 to 28s. a peggett.|