December 17th.  The Wind E. N. E. cold & raw, with frequent small showers in the morning; the Evening cold & dry; Set out from LLanfachreth about 10,& was at home about 1. gave the Servant maid 1s.
18th.  The Wind E. &by S. dark and cloudy and very cold & raw all day, on the fall of night it made for above an hour a cold sleet – my Servants employed these days in Cutting Gors, & carrying them to Cefn y Groes to fence a Pinfold there; A very poor Market to day at LLanfechell, especially as to Butcher's meat.
19th.The Wind E. the Air moderate, but raining from about i in the morning till 9; and the rest of the day was rainy more or less till night; To Day Mr. Wright's Daughter went from hence, haveing been here ever since the 5th. of August to the no small detriment to my beds &c. being one of six that have constantly been here ever since.
20th.  The Wind E. calm & cloudy in the morning with some frost; The Parson finished to day the Sermon begun last Sunday.
21st.  The Wind E. blowing moderate, but cold & sharp, yet fair & sun shiny all day, some frost this morning & a very great hoar frost. pd. Lewis Hughes 8s. for a Gallon of Butter, & 3s.6d for 2 hundred & half of Herrings had last September. Allowed his Mother likewise 20s. in her Rent towards ye repairs of herhouse[. sw] 
22d.  The Wind E. blowing fresh & very cold, yet dark & cloudy all day — gave Mr. Rowlands of Caera's man 1s. that brought here a Cask that had come to Henborth from Liverpool.
23d.  The Wind E. moderately calm, &a very hard frost this morning all the day Sun shiny &fair. The Market at LLanerchmedd much the same as before.
24th.  The Wind E. cloudy & dark & raw cold weather; Pd. Hugh Lewis of Cefn Helyg 20s to buy me Coal in flintshire .

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