January 18th.  The Wind W. calm, dark & cloudy, & very cold & raw withall, my people begin to day to make a Pinfold at Cae'r Garnedd in Coydan.
19th.  The Wind N. & by W. dark, cloudy & close weather, and very calm, but very chilly & raw, & I am afraid we shall hear of the effects of ❚z its unwholsomeness people being frequently taken ill & dyeing very sudden
20th.  The Wind S.S.W. very calm, dark & cloudy. but made no rain, a poor Markett to day at LLanfechell, onely one Veal in the Market.
21st.  The Wind S. & by W, calm, dark, cloudy weather,& made severall showers of mizling rain in the Evening, this night lighter than any since the Change .
22d.  The Wind S. W. very calm, & raining hard in the morning, dry again till 2 in the evening, but from that till night, excessive heavy rains.The Parson preached on Prov: Chap. 14th. & the latter part of the 2d. verse. a very assumeing discourse, & insipid withall, gave 6d to a charity Collection for a Man of Rhosbeirio that lost all he had by fire.
23d.  The Wind S.W. the weather calm, close, dark & cloudy, but made no rain, the work in the Garden this & the last week is dressing & nailing the wall-Trees,

24th. ❍6 [this is written in the margin below '24th.' sw]

The Wind S.W blowing something fresh, but dark & cloudy in the morning attended with a Mizling rain, My ground being so wet that they can't plow, my Servants the last week & this employed in fenceing a field for a Summer's Pinfold. fodder being likewise very scarce in these parts, and sold already for 1s. 6d. a load for Straw, Course ordinary Hay for 2s.6d a load.

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