January 23d.  The Wind W. blowing moderate,but very cold haveing freezed very hard last nîght, & the hoar frost this morning as thick as Snow which continued on the ground till 1 or 2 in the Evening.
24th.  The Wind S. E. blowing very hard, but not cold, & contin –ued dry till night when it made a great deal of rain.
25th.  The Wind S. blowing high & stormy with a driveing – mizling rain all day and most part of the night·
26th.  The Wind W. and blowing moderate, generally sun shiny & dry all day : paid 2s. for a Side of Mutton .
27th.  The Wind N.W. calm Sun shiny, fair & dry all this day,haveing freezed hard last night, and a great hoarfrost on the ground this morning. My people all this week were plowing, but one day they were prevented by the frost, on which they carryed the dung at Coydan to Cae'r LLorriau ·
28th.  The Wind E. calm sun shiny & fair with a very hard frost & a great hoar frost this morning; the Wind came to W. in the Evening – and grew cloudy & overcast .
29th.  The Wind S.W. blowing moderate, with a dirty mizling rain in the morning, & frequently so in the Evening, and rained heavily in- the night.
30th  The Wind S.W. blowing pretty fresh with frequently a dirty mizling rain especially in the Evening; and all or most part of the night it rained without intermission: paid A Carnarvanshire Tinker 2s. 6d. for mending A Large Saucepan & tinning that &another– saucepan at the rate of 4d. a quart·
31st.  The Wind S.W. very calm and raining hard all the morning- till 10 a clock; the rest of the day was dry, but the Air very moist.
February ist.  The Wind W. blowing fresh & cold and drying well all this day - the ground is excessively wet·
2d.  The Wind N. W. blowing fresh & cold and for the most part Sun shiny & fair and dry all day : Pd. 2s. for a Side of Mutton ·
3d    10● [this is written vertically in the margin below '3d' sw]    The Wind N. blowing very moderate, and generally sun shiny and fair and drying well all day; it freezed last night and a hoar – frost on the ground this morning: My people all this week, but yesterday, when not hindred by the rain, were fallowing the Sand ground of Cae'r Sgubor at Coydan  .

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