November the first·The Wind S. blowing fresh with some small— showers in the morning but soon over, the ground every where inthese parts is exceeding dry and all the Mills are in a manner standing & people are put to great trouble to seek for grinding their Corn: Paid 2d. for Tobacco·
2d.  The Wind S. and for the most part calm Sun shiny fair and warm & very little hopes of a change of weather.
3d.  The Wind S. blowing fresh & cold, cloudy and dark weather all day,yet made but little rain about the fall of night.
4th.  The Wind W. S W. blowing fresh & cold all day, but made very little rain__ Pd. 6d. for 3 warding files. [a tool used to cut fine amounts of material from a workpiece sw] 
5th.  The Wind W. blowing high and very cold all day,the night very dark and rained exceeding hard for abovean hour about i0 at night ( blessed be the good God for it) The Fair to day at LLanfechell was very full of Cattle and a great number was bought at good prices, but Cows for Butchers & yearling Cattle were mostly sought for: Pd. Mary Wms 32s. which with what she had before is in full of her Sumer's [there is a curlicue over the 'm' sw] wages, & i0s. 6d. of this winter's wages Paid Mr. Roberts of Bodiar 's servant 7 pounds for 2 Cows I had bought of him, & pd. 6d. for Apples, & i0s. for a store Pig·
6th.  The Wind N. blowing very fresh & very cold attended with frequent showers of very cold rain morning and evening . 
7th.  The Wind N. E. & by E. blowing high and very cold all day & attended with more frequent showers of rain, sleet & hail than yesterday: pd. Robert — Allen 3s. 6d. for mending of Windows·
8th.  The Wind N. blowing moderate, but very cold with much sleet & rain this day also: Paid Harry Parry the Slater 5 pounds 5s. 6d. for work done at Coydan barn, Bodelwyn & some at Brynddu.
9th.  The Wind S. W. blowing fresh with a driveing rain in the morning till noon, but not very hard; but from noon till 3 in the Evening it rained very hard
i0th.  The Wind W. blowing fresh & very cold, especially in the Evening when abt. 4 it made a terrible storm of wind & rain which did some mischief upon houses·

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The Wind N.E. blowing high,stormy & very cold all day & all night attended with frequent showers of rain, sleet & hail: Paid Rhŷs Bentir 3s. 3d. for a quarter of veal & the head, & a quarter of mutton .

i2th.  The Wind N. blowing fresh & cold, but made no rain this day but 2or3showers of hail: Pd. Wm. Bevan 3s. to buy a spade &c. and gave 2s.6d. Charity . and paid 6d. for fish. 

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