Febr. 2d.  The Wind S. & by W. high & stormy all day & long before day; rained a great shower about i in the morning, no rain afterwards , but sun shiny & blowing very stormy all day and all night, rained some heavy showers about i0, but of no long continuance. Paîd Catherine Rowland 6s. 8d. bring her Annuity left – her by the late Mr. Wynne of Rhydgroes.
3d. The Wind S. blowing high with a mizling rain in the morning; about noon it begun to blow a rank storm attended with heavy rain till 3. & continued stormy & raining tho not so excessive as before till near 7 at night when both wind & rain – ceased, & the rest of the night was starry and fair .
4th.  The Wind S. W. blowing high and very cold, but ^not^ stormy like yesterday; rained prodigious heavy in ye Evening beginning about 4 & ending about 8: Pd. Jane uch Wm. Watkin 16s. for two Gallons of Butter had of her last spring: not a bit of Butcher's meat in LLanfechell Market to day, but plenty of Corn &c.
5th.  The Wind S.W. blowing high & cold, cloudy & dark, but dry all day; my people scattering the hedges of the Old Pin– - folds at Cefn y groes, and carrying Sand upon them to be plowed along with the fallow ground about them the next month.
6th.  The Wind S.W. blowing fresh & cold, but dry all day. a great congregation to day at LLanfechell Church, but there was no Sermon, tho there was one due [by sw] — regular course.
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