November 16th.  The Wind S.W. cold & raw & cloudy dark weather but made no rain till night, when it rained excesive hard about 7 in the Evening
17th.  The Wind W. blowing very high & stormy all day but made no rain.
18th.  The Wind W. calm & fair, having made some frost & a very great hoar frost last night, a pretty good market to day at LLanfechell, pd. 1s. 8d. for. a side of Veal weighing 25[L sw]. weight. pd. 1d.2/1 for Eggs pd. Owen Ellis 8s. 7d. for labouring work.
19th. The Wind W. & by S. very stormy & boisterous, beginning to blow hard & to rain between 4 & 5 in the morning, and continuing without intermission till ii, fair after that till 2 in the Evening, and rained more or less from that time till night. the Night pleasant, fair and dry
20th.  The Wind W.S.W. blowing very fresh, cold & raw, but made no rain all day, the smallest Wakes at LLan– –fechell as ever I saw, the Parson preached on i.Cor. Chap. 10th. vers .12th. a very assumi[m sw]g discourse full of Priestly craft & Cant, gave 6d. to a Collection ☞ [this symbol is in the margin opposite this line sw] & 9d for Ale. To Day Queen Caroline the King's Consort dyed.
21st.  The Wind W. S.W. calm, temperate, pleasant, & dry– my people still at the same work as last week in fallowing fresh ground for Barley.
22d.  The Wind S.W. very high & tempestuous all day, and raining hard almost all night afterwards.

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