November ist.  The Wind W. something Cold, but fair & dry, my people still at Cnewchdernog a plowing besides 2 I have at home carrying Turf A[shes sw] upon Mossy Banks in Bodelwyn Meadows that I bought of Rowland ap Robert of Carreg y Daran, otherwise called y Dewin Bâch.
2d.  The Wind E.S.E. calm sun shiny & fair, but the Air very cold, and a great hoar frost this Morning on the Earth, a Very full Fair to day at LLanerchmedd & a good many bought, but the rates very low as - before, pd. 3d for Ale.
3d. The Wind S.E. in the Morning, settled in the S. in ye Evening, a fair, pleasant, and dry day, my people still at the Same work, both at home & at Cnewch- -dernog; all this Week and the last, I am nailing my Wall Trees.
4th.  The Wind S. a very Dark cloudy day from first to last, but made no rain all this day.
5th.  The Wind S.W. a very fair Sun-shiny, dry day, Wm. Jones of Bodwigan being Tenant to me in Cnewchdernog ucha haveing removed his Cattle from thence before – Allsts. in order to defraud me of my Rent, being fourteen pounds, I was forced this day to go my Self with 2 or 3 servants to distrein, & accordingly we drove 6 two yearling Bullocks, 2 two yearling heifers, & 5 yearlings, in all 13 heads, home to Coydan Park to be kept there till appraized according to Statute, but Wm. Jones came here about 6 in the Evening, & sold them fairly for the Rent of 14L. to save further expences, & his Char- =acter to be exposed by their being appraised, which he apprehended:

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