November i4th.  The Wind N. & by E. cloudy, dark, & windy, and very cold all day. The Parson preached on Ephes. Chap . 5th. vers. 30th.
15th.  The Wind N. dark & cloudy, and prodigious cold all day, A small Fair at LLanfechell, very few cattell , & not many people.

16th.    6● [this is written in the margin below '16th.' sw] 

The Wind N. E & prodigious cold, the Earth being covered this morning with hail that fell last night, most part of the Evening it made a cold sleet, & blew very stormy all night. 

17th.  The Wind N. E. blowing high & extream cold, but cloudy dark & dry all day; The Market at LLanerchmedd as before; Received to day the first Rent of the Tenant of Nantglyn to use of Llanfechell school.
18th.  The Wind N.E. sharp and very cold, dark & cloudy all day; Pd. Mr. John Evans Mr. Meyrick's Agent Six and Thirty Shillings Rent for Tyddyn Niclas Watkin in my holding. Pd. likewise the Rent of Nantglyn to Mrs. Daliah E[n sw]on the School Mistres of LLanfechell.
19th.  The Wind E . S. E . very calm, but the Air very raw & cold, Pd. Hugh Prys the Shoomaker 3s. 6d. for a pair of Pumps for my self, & 3s. for 4 pair of Shooes for Nancy Wright.
20th.  The Wind S. calm & warm with frequent Showers of small rain morning & Evening, My people at ye Same – work as before. haveing finish the hovel, & paved the bottom of it .
21st.  The Wind S. calm & warm, & raining about 5 in the morning, made someshowers in the Evening & grew cold towards the night . A thin congregation to day at LLanfchell Church . 

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