June 13th.  The Wind N. a moderate Gale, but sultry and hot all day : The Parson preached on John's Gospell Chap. 4th. vers. 23d. an edifying honest discourse.
14th.  The Wind N.E. blowing moderately fresh, but very sultry and hot all day; bought of a Ruthin wom an 8 Alder Small Noggins that cost me 2d2/1 a piece, & I pd. her 1s. 8d. Tis said Bangor Fair to day did not prove extraordinary for Runts; but Cows with Calves - went from 4 to 5 pound a piece. & also a great demand for Horses . gave 1s. at an old Servant's Wedding
15th.  The Wind N. calm & exceeding hot all day; my people to day finished carrying what Sand I had at Cemaes, wch. is not half enough to finish my fallow ground at Cefn y Groes,
16th.  The Wind W. S. W. blowing fresh, but exceeding hott, and Sultry all day. my people are turning and raising up my Turf and Peat to dry, that they may be carryed home before hay harvest.
17th.  The Wind N. very calm , and extream hot & sultry all day, A very poor Fair to day at LLanerchmedd; there being but a very small number both of people & cattle.
18th.  The Wind N.W. very calm, and cloudy & dark in the morning till 9, but extream hot & Sultry; About ii I set out to a Cocking at Amlough for a Suck and Coulter, I won the prize, which cost me 7s.& was at home by nine.
19th.  The Wind N. very calm, Sun shiny, hot & very Sultry all day, my people these 3 last days are Carrying Gors. home.

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