October the 7th.  The Wind S. very moderate & warm, the Air very close, moist & foggy with frequent showers of small rain: My Gardiner & the boy in the Garden were all this week lopping & shapeing the forrest Trees in the fields & cutting off what were superfluous & anoyance to their Neighbours, by which I got a great deal of usefull Timber, besides brush wood for burning a great deal more: Allowed Robt. Edward 4s. land tax for Tyddyn y llêch.
8th.  The Wind W. blowing very moderate. Sun shiny fair & warm all day: The Priest preached the remainder of his Sermon he had begun this day three weeks.
9th.  The Wind W. very calm with a great hoar frost this morning Sun shiny, fair, warm and pleasant all day : gave 2s. for toys : b – t – e – a – m – b - d - n - g - h – f – [e sw] - gh .
10th.  The Wind E.  N.E. very calm, with a prodigious thick hoar frost this morning; but all the day was Sun shiny, clear. fair & warm – Pd. Cousin Humphrey Mostyn i5s. over & above what I had given him before to pay for the hops & Carriage: Deliv[i sw]red to him likewise 30s. to pay for the Silk Fringe & lace for the Pulpit.
iith.  The Wind W. very calm, cloudy, dark raw weather all day, and made a great deal of rain from i0 till near i in the Evening, the rest of the day was dark & cold: I Eff – e - h - ha - bar- it - q. [up to sw]-t – t. [l sw].
12th.  The Wind N. W. very calm, cloudy & dark all day with some mizling rain about 9 but soon over: made a very good Fair to day at Aberffraw a great number bought, but at no great price: pd. 3s. for toys: To Day my faithfull and honest House Maid Jane Owenwas marryed to Thomas Wms. of Ynŷs Gnud: and I pray God to give herGrace content & happiness as I always esteem[i sw]d her for being what I sincere believe a Woman of Strict Virtue .
i3th.  The Wind N. W. very calm, cloudy & dark all day, and a dirty mizling rain from 9 in the morning till i or 2 in the Evening : Pd. 2s. for a Side of Mutton·
14th.  ❍ 6 [this is written in the margin underneath '14th.' sw]The Wind N. W. very calm, cloudy & dark weather, yet dry all the morning, but the Evening for most part was wet & dirty : Paid William Williams the Joiner's Bill for working here being– 24s. 9d. but I paid him 25s.

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