July 2d. The Wind N. and N.N.E. blowing fresh & a great rust in the Morning, the Evening hott and scorching, my people these 3 days last past, unladeing of  Sand boats every Evening, & carrying Turf in the – Morning, and very little done in the hay .
3d.  The Wind varying from N.W. to S.W. extream hott and Sultry all day, a very great congregation at LLanvechell Church, tho there was no Sermon.
4th.  The Wind S.W. & by S. blowing very high all day, my Servants employed in carrying the Turf home all this day, could not do any thing in the hay.
5th,  The Wind S. dark & hazy in the Morning, the Evening clear, hot & Sultry, carryed Turf in the Morning,& raked hay & made some big Cocks in the Evening .
6th.  The Wind S. Clear, hot & very Sultry, my Servants un- -ladeing a Sand boat in the Morning, the Evening a raking of hay & make some into big Cocks–
7th.  The Wind N.E. in the Morning, Settled at S. in ye Evening, and made a fine shower about 3, and another sharp warm Shower about 6. my people carrying home the Turf all this day.
8th.  The Wind S.S.W. dark & cloudy, & something windy, my Servants carrying Sods, or peat in the Morning; in the hay in ye Evening; I have people besides to day and yesterday cutting the Fern, and Bryers in Cae'r Beudy at Bodelwyn, and carrying them upon shallow part of the field, laying them on very thick to rott there, in order to improve those shallow places; a thin, small Markett to day at Llanfechell. pd. 3d for ale.
9th.  The Wind S. blowing very high, clear, hott & Sultry, & very scorching, my Servants at the Same work still; Rowland Sion of Pant y Gîst who had been the 2 last days at Cae'r Beudy in Bodelwŷn clearing that field from Bryers, Fern, Dock &c . is this day clearing the borders of Cae Tŷ'n y Llwyn & Cae Caled from ye same pernicious weeds.

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