August 29th.  The Wind W. & by S. calm in the morning till 9, afterwards it blew fresh, but Sun shiny & very hot and Sultry all day, and the night very fair and light.
30th.  The Wind E. & by S. very calm, warm & Sultry all day; cloudy in the morning till 9, afterwards Sun Shiny & hot the rest of the day; My people both these days were reaping onely;there being 17 yesterday and 16th to day; pd. 2/1 for Ginger.
31st.  The Wind S. blowing fresh, cloudy and dark all day; made some little rain about 3 in the Evening, & some afterwards about 5. My people begun to day to carry in the Corn, & carryed to Coydan Barn all the Barley & Rye growing on that farm, being 45 shocks of Rye, and 260 Shocks of Barley in ye Southerly part of Coydan Park as far down to the house as the meadow ground.
September ist.  The Wind W. and very moderate, dark & cloudy generally all the morning, The Evening Sun Shiny & fair, but all the day was dry; To day my people were carrying in the Corn at Cnewchdernog, which was 148 Shocks of Rye, & 120 shocks of Barley: pd. 2/1 for Stone Brimstone ·
2d.  The Wind W. very moderate, generally cloudy & dark, but dry and warm all day: A very poor Market to day at LLanfechell.
3d.  The Wind N. N. W. calm and fair and generally Sun Shiny all the morning after a very great dew; became dark and cloudy about noon, cleared up afterwards, & was Sun Shiny & clear the rest of the day, and the night very foggy: My people to day & yesterday were binding Corn.
4th.  The Wind N. calm with a great dew this morning,& generally cloudy all this day,but warm, dry & pleasant : A thin congre – - gation to day at LLanfechell Church by reason ofLLanrhuddlad wakes.
5th.  The Wind E. blowing fresh and cold in the morning, but the Evening a little calmer and warmer, but it was generally cloudy and dark most part of the day .
6th.  The Wind E. blowing fresh & cold in the morning. but the Evening warmer, and generally cloudy & dark most part of the Day, Finished to day reaping all my corn, and carryed in all that I had bound which was 143 shocks of Barley and 278 shocks of great Oats; and carryed in likewise some peas .
7th.  The Wind N.W. very calm, cloudy, close weather, and as it rained last night, I could not safely carry in the rest of the peas, but my people were employed in binding the Small Oats at Coydan,made two heavy showers this day. 

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