December 3d.  The Wind S.E. blowing fresh, with some showers in the morning early, afterwards dry till 2 in the Evening when it made prodigious showers of rain and hail, which it repeated most part of the night: about 11 I set out from LLysdylas wh and came home Just before the great rain; gave 3s. amongst the Servants. This night was buryed at Bangor Church Owen Huges Master of Arts & Batchelour of Laws Chancellour of Bangor — Prebendary of Penmynydd & Parson of Aberffraw and Trefdraeth. he was Chancellour of Bangor 27 years – he was son of Mr. Richard Hughes Parson of LLanddeusant & Dorothy Dean his wife. his Grandfather was Richard – Hughes Parson of LLanddeusant, and his Grand mother was Ann Bulkeley a Daughter of this house, his wife was a Gentlewoman from Norwich by whom he had onely on Child & that a Daughter, marryed to —–Francis L.L.D. of the City of Norwich. he was a man of Sound sense and learning, of a great spirit, firmness of mind and — resolution ,and inviolably attached to the Whig Interest in this Countrey who have received a great blow by his Death.
4th.  The Wind W. S. W. blowing high and drying well all day, Pd. Robert Prŷs late of Tyddŷn y Weyn 30s.11d. for labour- ing work upon my grounds.
5th.  The Wind W. & by S. clear & fair all the morning & till 3 in the Evening when the wind came to S. & begun to rain, & from 4 to near 7 it made prodigious heavy rains wch brought the Wind to N.W. where it blew a mere tempest for half an hour, after which it was calm again. Sold ye Willow hoops & received near 40s for them, besides what I kept for my own use.

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