November 27th.  The Wind W. very high, stormy, and cold, the wind encreased to a meer Tempest in the night, doeing considerable mischief on Houses and corn. A remarkeable thing happened to day ☞ [this symbol is in the margin opposite this line sw] at Llanfechell Church, a Daughter of Roger the Sexton ( named afterwards Ellen) being to be Christened after the Parson had said the Consecrateing Prayer, he proceeded to baptize ye Child, but found the Font dry – occasioned as some Sd by the Sexton's remissness of filling it <with> water, & others affirm it to be carryed away by a Counter=charm in opposition to the Priest's Charm- -ing Prayer, which ever of the two ways it was caused it is certain the Congregation were entertained with nothing but Silence for near a quarter of an hour, while water was a fetching, & the Conjurer exorcized.
28th.  The Wind N.W. blowing high & very cold, but nothing to yesterday, the wind was much allayed by Night.
29th. The Wind N. Calm & fair, to day I begun to trench one fourth part of the little <Field> by the Orchard, designed for a Kitchen garden.
30th.  The Wind N. very calm & fair, & great hoar – frost with some frost this Morning, my people still at the same work in ye Garden, & Still — following fresh ground for barley, which they finish to day.
December. ist.  The Wind S. very calm, with a Mizling rain all day, but not so hard as to hinder any work, to day my people begun to fallow Cae'r LLoriau in Coydan for Barley.

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