Novr. [this is written in the margin opposite this entry sw] January 5th.  The Wind S. blowing moderate, but cloudy dark weather, cold & raw, but continued without raining all day: Pd. 9d. for a for Quarter of Veal, & 2d. for Turnips .
Decr. [this is written in the margin opposite this entry sw] 6th.  The Wind S. calm, very cloudy dark & overcast with a mizling rain most part of the day, and made heavy rain in the night: I entertained my labourers & some Neighbours as usuall, & sat up with them till near i2 .
7th.  The Wind W. very calm, dark, cloudy weather, cold & raw all day but continued without any rain. The Priest preached on i. John Chap 3d. verse 8th. gave the Children 2d. to play Cards.
8th.  The Wind W. very moderate, Sun shiny clear & fair all day; I was all this day at Cemaes, where was met near a hundred people of LLanbadrick & LLanfechell parishes with Carriages of different kinds, as drags, Sledges , & wheel Carriages, with Iron Bars. Pick Axes, & Leavers to remove & carry away the stones with which the late great land flood had choaked up & spoiled the harbour; the people worked all along with such willingness & eagernes, that before night that they had quite cleared the harbour, and with part onely of the stones they made a peer upon- Carreg y Cenyn which will be of very great use to break the force of storms upon the – harbour: I gave the people 2s. 1d.2/1 worth of Ale & spent my self 6d.
9th.  The Wind S. blowing high, cloudy & dark with some rain, was to day at the Priest's house where with some Neighbours I staid till 4 in the morning, gave the Maid 1s. & gave a poor Mariner from Carnarvon who had lost his ship 1s.
10th.  The Wind S. blowing high, cloudy & dark all day; I am much out of order to day after last night's debauch, gave Rowland Owen of Carreg lefn 16d. of Rhydgroes Charity money.
iith.  0 ❍ [this is written in the margin below 'iith.' sw] The Wind S. blowing fresh and very cold raw weather, cloudy & dark, yet continued dry all day.
12th.  The Wind S. blowing moderate & not cold, and generally Sun shiny and fair, but dry all day: Delivered Mr. R. Bulkeley the Priest of this parish  20 pounds to pay Mr. Roberts of Bodiar one year's Interest for the 400L. Mr. Wright owes him; Delivered him also 2pound 3shillings to pay him for the King's lands in Drym&Cn[e sw]wch - dernog being 6 year's Rent at 7s. 2d. a year. 4s.8d. in Drym & 2s. 6d. at Cl[w sw]ch – dernog

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