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November 2ist.  The Wind W & by N. blowing very high & stormy, but dry, and generally Sun shiny all the day; I paid Yesterday – half the rent of Nantglyn to Abraham Jones for teaching LLanbadrick Children from May last till Allsts. the other half being due to Daliah Hill. Delivered to Rowland Jones of Pant y Gist 2 Ash trees & i Lyme tree to plant on his farm · allowed Rowland Jones 3s. 4d. land tax, & 4d. for my man's ale that received my money for 480 pounds for Cheese at Amlough at 1d.2/1 a pound.

22d.  The Wind W. calm & not cold, but cloudy and overcast all day, yet made no rain; there was but a thin Congregation to day at Llanfechell Church.
23d.  The Wind W. & very moderate, and cloudy dark weather generally all day and continued dry; The Night was remarkeably calm & warm. ;
24th.  The Wind W. & by N. blowing very high & stormy from i or 2 in the morning till noon when it settled at N. and the storm was much abat- -ed & grew very calm by night.
25th.  The Wind N. calm and generally Sun shiny. but some small Show- -ers in the morning attending a great hoar frost; the Evening dry,but cloudy.
26th.  The Wind W. & by S. blowing fresh, cloudy and dark & cold raw weather all day, but made on rain. Delivered Grace Mostyn 21s. to give her husband to buy me some things in Liverpool . pd. 1d. for fish.
27th.  The Wind S.W. blowing high & very cold, and generally dark and cloudy, came to the W & by N. in the Evening & blew very cold; tho not so high.
28th  The Wind N.W. blowing fresh & very cold, attended with frequent showers of hail: My people were most part of this week plowing: Pd. Wm. Roberts the Sadler of LLanerchmedd 9s. for Bridles, Girdles &c.
29th.  The Wind S. W. blowing fresh, dark and cloudy, but made no rain, yet was excessive cold and raw all day: The Priest preached on Mat. Chap:16th. and vers. 26th.
30th.  The Wind S. & by E. blowing fresh and exceeding cold & raw, and raining long before day without intermission more or less, till 3 in the Evening when the wind came to N.E. and blew very cold.
December ist.  The Wind N.E. and blowing high and snowing long before day, the ground being all covered by Sun rise, and continued snowing more or less till noon; the Evening dry, but exceeding cold, & freezed hard all night .
2d.  The Wind E. & by S. blowing moderate, and freezing hard all day: Robert Jones My Stable lad was sadly bruised by a young horse(which he led from the Smithy ) dragging him along the stones, he haveing fastened ye halter about his wrist so that he could not discharge himself from him, till – Providence caused the horse to stop of himself. he is in a bad plight - and God knows whether he will recover.

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