January 9th.  The Wind N. very cold, and some frost upon the water this morning; a very full Market to day at LLanfechell .
10th.  The Wind N.E. blowing fresh & very cold all day  – & the Earth considerably frozen, yet generally cloudy every day; My people at the same work of plowing all this week.
11th.  The Wind N.N.E. blowing fresh and very cold, and dark cloudy weather all day; gave Roger Hughes the Sexton 2s. 6d. by way of a new year's gift, haveing not seen him last new year's day.
12th.  The Wind E. &by S. dark & cloudy & excessive cold all day with some frost this morning.
13th. The Wind E. blowing fresh ,and the cold much encreased this day however is very clear & Sun shiny, but a good deal of frost this morning.
14th.  The Wind E. & by S. moderately calm, but haveing freez –ed excessive hard last night, all the Brooks & Rivers in these parts being frozen; threatened to snow often in the morning, & once or twice in the Evening, but to no great purpose, I praise God for it .
15th.  The Wind E. & by S. haveing made a good deal of hail some time before day, & a very great frost, & continues freezing all day, pd. Mr. Owen LLoyd the Officer 15s being the Duty for Coal I last had. this night a very great Circle appeared about the Moon, the effect of which will soon be seen.
16th.  The Wind E. blowing high & excessive cold, [even sw] to few degrees to equall ye Coldest day last winter, a full Markett for all that at LLanfechell.

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