|October 31st. The Wind S.W. calm in the Morning, Sun shiny and fair, overcast & raining about ii. grew very cold & raw about i in the Evening , & about 2 it begun to rain earnest, & it rained very hard & blew high from that time untill near 6 when the Wind and rain ceased together, & made a fair dry night. The Parson gave us the second part of the same t[u sw]ne of this day fortnt.|
12. ❍ [this is written in the margin below 'Novr. ist.' sw]
The Wind W. & by S. very cold & raw & also very wet. rained smartly about 5 in the morning, Sun shiny & fair about 8, and a great many sharp cold showers from that time to 12 . the Evening very cold & raw.
|2d. The Wind S.W. blowing high & stormy, attended with cold showers of rain most part of the day ; a very small Fair at LLanerchmedd occasioned by the great rain. pd. Hugh Sion Hughes 4s. for 48 Trusses of straw.|
|3d. The Wind W. blowing fresh, but sunshiny & dry all this dry . Gave Wm. Evans the Barber that brought me my wig from Wm. Wynne 1s. he is the Son of John Evans Alias Cwlwm Dog, late Curate of LLanrhuddlad.|
|4th. The Wind S.W. in the morning clear, sun shiny, fair & dry all day, the Wind came to N.W. in the Evening, the Air cold & sharp.|
|5th. The Wind S. W. cloudy, dark, cold & raw weather; This Morning sometimes before day it made prodigious rain; Pd. George the Tinker 6d. for Grains Bush for the [Kieve sw]. This day I Enter my 52d. year: God give me Grace & health to serve him without offence.|
|6th. The Wind S. W.in ye morning & N.W. at Night, cold &raw in the morning, & raining excessive hard almost all ye Evening: Mypeople all this week employed in building a hovel for the Carts, others plowing. & fenceing.|