Novr. 23d.  The Wind W.S.W. dark & cloudy in the Morning. but made no rain, the Evening sun-shiny and fair, to day I finished plowing at Cnewchdernog Roger Hughes the Sexton & Hugh Thomas Owen of Drym are still working at the Stone Wall at Cae Glâs, have worked near half of it. pd. 1s for 6 Teals. & 6d for ½ hundred of Rhoscolyn Oysters–
24th.  The Wind S: S. W. blowing very high & Stormy with little or no rain till ii in the forenoon, when it begun in earnest, & rained hard till night, espe= =cially at times, cleared up afterwards & very fair, but about 10. it rained very hard again. pd. ye Woman of Coydan 1s. for spinning a pound of Wool on her Distaf. my people plowing at Coydan .
25th.  The Wind N.W dark & cloudy, but dry & sharp in the Morning, made some cold showers in the Evening - Planted to day some Elm, Ash, Birch & Limes in Cae Tŷ'n y LLwyn & cae Caled. pd Rowland ap Probert, alias y Dewin Bâch, 2s. for about 7 score measures of Turf A[sh sw]es I bought of him, which I carried on Bodelwyn Meadows.
26th.  The Wind N.E. clear, Sun-shiny & very fair all day pd. 1s. for wild - fowl. viz) a Duck & a Mallard, & 3 Teals. a great light in the sky to night reaching from the E. to N.W. shott a Goat near my Plantation of Gâllt ddu to day
27th.  The Wind E.S.E. a very great frost & a thick hoar= -frost this morning, the Air clear & serene all day was out with my Gun, along with Cos. Harry Hughes & Abraham Jones, walked 4 or 5 miles & had — nothing at all .gathered ye last Pears in ye Wall Garden to day

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