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.

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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.


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