October 10th.  The Wind W.S.W. dark & cloudy in the morning, and very cold raw weather, all the Evening it made a cold mizling rain; pd. Hugh Charles of Voyle 13s. 6s. for 4 Ewes I bought of him_
11th.  The Wind E. N. E. calm and fair, & generally Sun Shiny my people are carrying Sand to day & yesterday.
12th.  The Wind N.W. moderately calm and warm for the time of the year, but dark and cloudy all day .haveing some showers of small rain about noon, it made a great deal of rain sometime before day–
13th.  The Wind S.E. in the Morning with a dark cloudy sky, & some rain about 9. it came to W. S. W. in the Evening and made severall showers of small rain again. Aberffraw Fair this day proved but poor for Cattle in ordinary flesh which Farm= =ers used to buy against next year, there being such a scarcity of Fodder all over the Countrey that people every where are for lessening their Stock instead of encreasing them, but Drovers bought a good many fat Cattle to the Number of 140 Bullocks
14th.  The Wind E. & by S. moderately calm, Sun-shiny, fair & dry- my labourers to day finish scowring & plashing the hedge on the inside of the Orchard quite round it, & makeing the Slope at the West Side of it all along the hill;
15th.  The Wind E. blowing freshand very cold, but Sun-shiny all day, the Markett at LLanerchymedd still very high also to Barley, being sold from 18 to 20s a pegget[; sw] the Rye & Pilcorn not much higher, & wheat from 28 to 32s a pegget . Paid the collector of LLanddeusant 28s. 8d. being the 2 first —– quarterly payments of the Land Tax for my Lands in that parish, pd. Thomas Wm[s sw]. the Taylor of Dymchwa 2s for makeing me a Winter Coat, & mending other cloaths.

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