October 26th.  The Wind E. & by S. sun -shiny & fair all day. A very full Fair at LLanfechell, but not great buying 
27th.  The Wind E.S.E. moderately calm, but sun shiny & very fair all day.

28th.    12● [this is written in the margin below '28th.' sw]  

The Wind  E. S. E. Sun shiny, fair, and warm in the —— morning, and till 4 in the Evening, when it became overcast & rained some before night, & a great deal in the night ·

29th.  The Wind S.E. cloudy and dark all ye morning, & cold, raw weather; made a great deal of rain in the Evening about 4 · pd. 6d. for Beesoms, & 2d for Eggs .
30th.  The Wind S. with a mizly, dirty rain all ye morning the Evening dark, cloudy & cold, and made prodigious heavy rains in the night & before day: pd. 1s. 6d for a Side of rock venison.
31st.  The Wind E. S. E. dry all day, but cloudy & dark, pd. 1s. for peat Ashes to Ann uch Huw Lewis, which I had carryed to the field behind Ferem. I saw but few – Colcerths, or Bonefires this night, so it seems that old Superstitious Pageantry is upon the decay.
Novr. 1st.  The Wind S.W. dark & cloudy in the Morning, the Evening very cold & raw, but made no rain; Pd. Rowland Patrick 31s. being the whole of his wages to this day; & discharged him my service; being a very Saucy — fellow, & moreover very lazy & dull about his work.

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