November 30th.  The Wind S. W. blowing high, & a mizling rain in the morning about 8. the rest of the day was dry, but cloudy & dark: I have people to day carrying Stones to build a wall across the ditch that's betwixt Cae Pen Bryn Clynni & Cae Carreg Ddafŷdd and a Style to pass over by the Ditch, and also 8 foot from the Style I made a Strong Pier of Stone, the Space betwixt which & the Stile is to be made up with stone to be opened when there is occasion to Carry Muck, Corn,hay &c.
December ist.  The Wind S. blowing high, but not cold, & attended with frequent showers of rain all the day & all night.
2d.  The Wind S. blowing high all day with some driveing showers in the morning about 8, the rest of the day was dry & generally sun shiny: Paid the Priest for Lambs & lactuals &Sermons preached on Barnabas day in 1747 & 1748 iL. 2s.ii2/1. I Allowed Mr. Robt. Bulkeley Gronant 3s. iid. land tax for my share of Cefn Rhŷs: pd. Salsbury 1s. for a quarter of Mutton .
3d.  The Wind S. blowing high all day, especially in the Evening & night, & made Some showers of rain about 8 & i0 in the morning: My Gardiner is employed this week in dressing & nailing the Wall Trees; and I have people carrying Muck to the New Orchard, and upon Border where the Spanish Nuts do grow to hasten & promote their bearing.
4th.  The Wind W. blowing high and cold all day, & generally cloudy & dark but made no rain: The Priest preached of 2: Pet. Chap: 3d. vers: 18th.
5th.  The Wind W. & by S. blowing high, cold &stormy all day except a little in the morning; at the fall of night it began to rain, & rained veryhard a great part of the night.
6th.  The Wind W. blowing high & cold all day, but made no rain; walked to day 5 or 6 Miles with the dogs, and could not meet with one hare.
7th.  The Wind N. W. blowing very high & exceeding cold, but made no rain all day: Paid Mr. Lewis Davies 17 pounds ten shillings being full Interest to this time for the money I owe him: Pd. likewise 6d. for Salt Petr ·

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