January 20th.  The Wind N.W. some rain in the Morning, the rest of the day dry, and the Wind blowing high in the Evening —
21st.  The Wind N.N.E. blowing briskly long before day, and all day long, very cold & right wholesome March weather pd. Hugh - Jones of Hên - blâs, alias y Drowel segur 1s. 6d for 3 days work in plaistering & Setting of grates &c –
22d.  The Wind W. very calm, dark & cloudy, with a Mizling rain all the Morning– turned to N.W. in the Evening & blew fresh all the rest of the Day-
23d.  The Wind N.N.W. blowing fresh & very cold, being dark and cloudy withall _in the afternoon it blew very hard. and all — night long till day, it was a prodigious tempest & a rank storm with frequent Showers of Hail and snow most part of the Night. The parson seems to be moped of late, or at least has his thoughts mightily perplexed, for this Morning instead ☞ [this symbol is in the margin between these two lines sw] of the proper Psalm at Burialls, he read that for Churching of Women, & instead of the 55th. of Isiah which was to be the ist Lesson, he read the 15th. he afterwards went to Evening Prayer at 3 a Clock, I was by the Church yard 20 Minuets past 3 and every thing was over . the usuall time in this parish for the Eevening Service was always half an hour after 3 in ye Evening
24th.  The Wind N.W. very stormy & blustering. a great deal of snow upon the ground & very cold, the wind something allayed on the fall of Night.
25th.  The Wind N. moderately calm, but very cold, A ☞ [this symbol is in the margin opposite this line sw] new Fair kept to day at LLanerchymedd, the first that ever was kept there on this day, my people still plowing at Bodelwyn .this being St. Paul's Day(wch ye Monks formerly held many Superstitions <such as>❚❚❚❚ Health, Plenty, Wars &c [of the sw] Ensueing year) was very clear & calm from first to last.

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