December 12th.  The Wind S.S.W. Dark, rainy weather most part of the day, & the Wind high, from 5 in the Evening to 9 or i0, it made severall showers of very heavy rain
13th.  The Wind W. cold & raw, with dark cloudy weather, yet – dry, the work on the farm the same as last week, & pruning & nailing the wall Trees in the Garden. Lent Richard LLoyd of Tythyn y Fronwen 2s. 6d. pd Richd. Roberts— Sexton of LLanddeusant, & Churchwarden of the [there is a symbol in the margin like a hash without the lower horizontal line in the margin opposite this line sw] same parish 3s. 4d. Church Mize for Cnewchdernog fawr  & 1s. being half year's Mize for Cnewchdernog ucha.
14th.  The Wind E. very cold and raw, it begun to rain a. cold sleet long before day, & rained with very little intermission till 7 or 8 at night, could not go any where out of the house to day .
15th.  The Wind E. fair & Sun-shiny weather, but cold, haveing freezed last night, & some hoar frost this Morning, freezed most part of the day, & till far in the night, the same work upon the farm as last week, in the Garden, a digging the borders where the wall trees grow, a Vey full Corn Market to day at LLanerchymedd, but very low, the Rye & Pilcorn from 14 to 16s a pegget, Barley from 10 to 12s a pegget. it being the next wednesday after Beaumares Fair, there was vast number of Black Cattle of all sorts [& sw] great many bought, but at small rates.
16th.  The Wind S.S.W. a dark, cold, raw & blustering — windy day, yet made but little rain, & that in the Evening. about 6 the Wind ris, & it blew a meer storm all night.
17th.  The Wind S.W. blowing a great storm all day,the weather dark & cloudy withall, & very cold and raw,a very full markett to day at LLanfechell.

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