January 27th.  The Wind S. & moderate but raining all the — morning without intermission as it did likewise all the Evening and most part of the night, so that there was as much water on the ground as there was after the great rain it made on 9th. of last month which did so mischief.
28th.  The Wind W. in the morning, came to S.W. before night, blowing very moderate, Sun Shiny fair & warm for the time of the year– the beginning of the night something cloudy, but afterwards it was Starry & very clear sky.
29th.  The Wind S.W. blowing fresh, cloudy & dark cold & raw weather with some little rain about noon.but soon over, and continued blowing cold all the rest of the day.
30th.  The Wind S. blowing very high and a great storm all the — morning attended with very heavy rain till 2 in the Even– –ing the rest of the day was dry but windy and very cold.
3ist.  The Wind S. blowing fresh and raining hard before day – was sun shiny & dry about 9, but soon after it grew dark – thundered & lightened and made a very heavy shower of rain but generally all the rest of the day was dry, but cloudy — dark & cold: Sent the two Girls to day to School, and gave each of them 3s. Sent by John Ifan who went along with them Seaven pounds to pay for Ann Wright's board and schooling, besides 10s. 6d. to her Mistres by way of a present . gave him likewise 7s. to bear their charges & the horses this night & to pay for some things in Beaumares . Paid likewise to my Sister Catherine Bulkeley 40 shillings.
February ist.  The Wind S.blowing fresh all day ( except a little time in the morning and at the fall of night ) and raining till near 9 as it did very heavy – last night: and all the day was cloudy & dark: Sent by Samuel Jones 5L. to Mr. Wm. Morris to be sent Mrs. Parry of Dublin being this year's Rent for Lands due last Allsts. sent by him likewise 10s. to pay for things he had bought for me · 
2d.  The Wind N. N.E. blowing fresh & cold and raining a kind of Sleet till 8 in the morning , the rest of the day was dry: about noon the Wind - came to W. and before night it settled again in S.W. rained very hard again about i0 at night. As these useless Holy days to hinder & put back ye work of the Countrey, so they do in an eminent manner encourage idleness & imorality: Servant flocking here from all parts to debauch themselves and others—

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