October [sic sw] 7th.  The Wind N. calm & generally Sunshiny &dry and not cold all this day.
8th.  The Wind S.E. blowing very moderate & rather bordering on a calm, Sun Shiny, fair and dry all this day likewise: gave 6d. to my Brother Lewis's man that brought me a present of 2woodcock[s sw]
9th.  The Wind S. E. calm, Sun shiny, fair & warm all this day also, my people these 4 last working days were carrying muck__ from the lower stable yard to Cae'r Sgubor in Bodelwyn,& carrying back from Bodelwyn brushwood & branches of trees that had been lopp'd there.
i0th.  The Wind S. E. calm, Sun shiny & fair with a hoar frost this morning and freezed last night: Receved [there is a line over 'ceve' sw] a Letter to day from myDaughter dated Octr. i3th. giveing an account of the Death of her onely Son, and the dismal situation she and the Children are left in by her Husband who is gone from Leghorn a Privateering .
iith.  The Wind S.E. calm sun shiny ; fair & serene, but a very great hoar frost this morning on the ground, and freezed hard last night; Sent my, Servants to day to fetch 8 Peggets of lime from Carreg Lwyd which cost me i2s. Paid likewise to Ann Warmingham 2L. 10s. to 2 Peggets of Malt bought of her last Spring.
i2th.  The Wind W. calm, Sun shiny & fair, but a hoar frost this morning also, and freezed pretty hard last night; the Wind came to N.E. in the Evening, blew fresh & cold & was cloudy and overcast the rest of the day: Pd. Rhŷs Bentir 3s. 4d. for Meat bought of him to day & this day. fortnight·
13th.  The Wind S. W. blowing pretty fresh, cloudy & dark & madesome small rain about 3 in the Evening & a small shower afterwardsabt. i0 at night.
i4th.  The Wind E. & by S. calm, sun shiny, fair & pleasant almost all day, when it grew a little cloudy about 4 .
i5th.  The Wind S. W. & blowing moderate,dark cloudy weather with fre quent showers of rain especially in the Evening & rained very hard in the night: pd. Blair the scotch Pedlar 2is. 6d. for things bought of him.
i6th.  The Wind S. W. calm with frequent showers of rain most part of this day : This being the 5th day of Novr. according to the old Style when I enter on the66th year of my Age I do with a sincere heart supplicate the Almighty God to forgive & pardon my manifold Sins hitherto comitted [there is a wavy line over the 'm' sw] against him, & to give me his Grace to enable me to serve him faithfully all the remainder of my life: Pd. is. 4d. with aLetter sent to ye Post Office.

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