July 23d.  The Wind S. blowing high and Sultry, my — people at the Same work to day viz, makeing Hay — –stacks. pd. 1s. 6d. for Meat at LLanfechell Markett.
24th.  The Wind S. blowing fresh, the Air clear & scorching, and very Sultry, finished to day my third Stack of Hay at Bryn clynny, my hay at Coydan & Cnewchdernog are still out.
25th.  Sunday  The Wind N.N.W. calm, clear, hot & Sultry, had news from Carnarvan fair (being yesterday) no buying of any manner of Cattle, & even any bidding the Markett likewise very low, The Rye & pilcorn Sold there for 17s a pegget. No buying of Cattle in Mould fair neither, which was the 22 Inst. but a great many small Horses sold there, particularly William Bevan of Croes Fechan [there is a line over the 'n' sw] sold there 14 out of 17 he had there. pd. 6d for Ale
26th.  The Wind N. very calm, hot and Sultry, Llanfechell Fair was very poor, no money for any thing. pd. 9d for a bill Hook. 3d. for Ale, pd Richd Jones ye Gardiner 10s. to day I begun to plow my Pinfolds the second time —
27th. ⎮1● [this is written in the margin below '27th.' sw)  The Wind N.N.E. calm, dry & very hot, with a pro– -digious fog this morning and last night. my people Still at the same work as before –
28th.  The Wind S. blowing fresh and hott, about i in the Evening it begun to rain, and made fine warm showers till past 6. The Market at LLanerchymedd very low, & slow. my people still at the same work–
29th.  The Wind S. dark & cloudy in the Morning, fair & clear all ye rest of the Day, my people at the Same work still.
30th.  The Wind S. clear & very hot weather, Mr. Hughes Plâs Coch came here, & pd. me the 270L. I had pd. for him in London. part of the money he paid for Glan ‘rafon & wrâch ddu.
31st.  The Wind E. a Clear & very hot day, my people make the hay at Coydan # [this symbol is written in the margin, opposite this line sw] my Watch fell out of my Pocket and broke—ye poorest fair at Aberfraw as has been seen in the memory of man.

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