January 26th.  The Wind S.W. Dark, & cloudy and very cold and raw weather all day, but made no rain,
27th. The Wind W. blowing high, dry, and very cold, my people still at the same work of plowing , and others of them finishing carrying of the Sand to Cae'r Lloriau in Coydan that was left uncarryed at last Michaelmas . made severall heavy showers of Hail in the Evening, & on the fall of Night.the Wind blew high & continued a rank storm all night long.
28th.  The Wind N.W. blowing high & very cold, but a clear Sun-shiny day, on the fall of Night the Wind was quite allayed
29th.  The Wind S.S.E. very calm with a dirty Mizling wet rain all day long .to day & yesterday Robert lloyd ☞ [this symbol is in the margin opposite this line sw] the Son of Thomas Lloyd of Hendre, surveyed Mr. Wynn of Bodewryd's lands that are in croes-fechan.
30th.  The Wind S.W. calm and warm weather without rain all day, & a very great congregation to day at Llanfechell Church. I was Importuned to day by Catherine Griffith to write to her Daughter[– sw] Ann Warmingham to disuade her from Settling her Estate, without haveing a valueable consideration, or at least till She knows how she stands with Mr. John Owen in respect of accts. Her Mother, not being able to do any thing with her there[in sw] I promised to write on that account. pd 6d. for Wild-fowl.
31st.  The Wind N. calm, fair, sun-shiny pleasant weather all day long, went to day with Cousin Henry Hughes to Rhos- -beirio to pay a visit, & staid there till 9 at night. a great hoar frost to Night.

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