December 3ist.  The Wind W. calm, cloudy & dark weather with a dirty mizling rain almost all day: gave Porthaethwy Ferrymen is. [1/- sw] Here Ends the year i755. 


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 January ist. and the first day of the year i756. The Wind W. calm, and often Sun shiny, fair and dry; but the Evening was dark and overcast & very cold, raw weather: Pd. Sion Rolant of Teiran i7s. 6d. for 3 Gallons of Butter: & pd. 2s. for fresh butter at 3d2/1 a pound.

2d.  The Wind E. blowing very moderate, cloudy & overcast & very cold raw weather & abundance of water lying on the ground from the rain that fell sometime before day, & all the little brooks & ditches are every where out- it rained afterwards almost all the morning, but the Evening was something dry: pd. 2d. for fish.
3d.  The Wind W. blowing very moderate, cloudy & overcast but made little or no rain this day nor was it very cold: The days that my people & horsesthis week could stand out they plow'd in Cadlas newydd·
4th.  The Wind W. & by S.  Such abundance & excessive rain fell last night(for I believe it rain'd all the night) that all the rivers & ditches are out & all the low grounds under water, it made frequent showers afterwards in the day & very heavy ones in the Evening ·
5th.  The Wind W. blowing moderately, some sunShine, but generally dark and cloudy, yet it dryed well all this day: Sent [Wm. sw] Roberts's Interest by Ann Warmingham: Pd. i6s. 6d. for 3 dosen [? sw] & 6s. for 2pair of Shoes for Ann Wright.

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