January 25th.  The Wind S.W. not blowing high, no Sun-shine, nor rain; three things upon which great stress is laid by the Superstitious of these Countries. a full Fair at LLanerchymedd of rigging necessarys, Such as Woolen & Linnen cloath, shoose Hats, &c. but no great number of people .
26th.  The Wind S.W. fair, sun-shiny and dry all day, my people finished fenceing the Pinfold at Coydan to day
27th. The Wind S.W. dark & cloudy, but made no rain, my servants scowring the Hedges at Ferem, planted yesterday in the New Orchard 2 dozen Cabbage, plant[s sw] for the first time, a poor Market to day at Llanfechell
28th.  The Wind S. blowing something high all day, especial[ly sw] [the end of this word is lost in the binding sw] in the Evening, with some showers of rain; my people at the same working of hedging still –
29th.  The Wind S. dark & cloudy most part of the day, and blowing high in the Evening with some rain.
30th.  The Wind N.W. dark & cloudy in the Morning attended with a mizling rain, the Evening dry, Sun-shiny & fair, and the sky very clear and serene.
3ist.  The Wind S.W. dark & cloudy all day, I was up this morning & a Horsback by 6 where I went to LLangefni to meet Powell to pay him 20L. Interest Money for my Mother, the Exact Sum [there is a line over the 'm' sw] she owed him could not be known haveing left his papers behind him. I pd. him likewise 13L. Interest due upon a Bond of 62L. I owe him, came home afterwards before night very much tired, having had some mizling dirty rain in the Evening, & rained harder afterwards. pd 6d for Ale there.

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