January 27th.  The Wind S. blowing moderate, and generally Sun shiny and dry all day, but rained in the night.
28th.  The Wind W. & by S. blowing moderate, some sun Shine but generally dark and overcast and made a great deal of rain in the night.
29th.  The Wind N. W. carryed to that point by very heavy rain this morning about 3 and blowing high and stormy,and continued so accompanyed with sleet and some snow till noon: the Evening was sun shiny & dry.
30th.  The Wind W. & by S. blowing moderate, Some sun shine, but generally dark & cloudy, but dry all this day; Pd. at Llanerchymedd Market 2s. 6d. for a fore quarter of Veal weighing i3 pounds 3/4.
3ist.  The Wind S. calm, cloudy and a dirty mizling rain almost all this day . Pd. Mary Wms. 2L. i5s. being one year's wages in full to last Allst.

February ist.

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The Wind S. and very little of it, very dark weather with– thick clouds and a troubled sky, and raining from 2 in the —– morning without any intermission till near i2 in the morning the Evening was dry, and some Sun shine.

2d.  The Wind N. blowing moderate, Sun shiny, fair & clear & dry all this day; Pd. 6s. more for shoes & close– shoes for my Daughter·
3d.  The Wind N. and blowing moderate, Some sun shine and continued dry all this day:
4th.  The Wind S. and blowing moderate, Sun shiny for a little while in the morning, but the day in generall was dark and moist weather
5th.  The Wind S.  blowing moderate, dark cloudy weather & raining almost without intermission very hard all this day; gave 3s. to Thomas Hughes a Son of my Sister Elizbeth, a very worthless lazy fellow that brought hither 2 or 3 quarts of Muscles.
6th.  The Wind W. and little of it, for the most part cloudy & dark, but dry this day: pd. Thomas Aird a scotch Pedlar iL. i0s. 6d. for a Piece of Cloath to make my Daughter Shifts, who tho she contrived to waste & spend near 200L since she came to England, it seems she has scarce a shift to her back; pd him likewise iL. is. 6d. for cloath to make her Daughter Jane shifts· and pd. Robert Owen 3s. being the remainder of his last Summer's wages ·
7th.  The Wind W. blowing moderate, Sun shiny, fair & serene all this day till late in the Evening; but all the day was dry: Pd. O. Roberts 35s. in full of his last Sumer's [there is a curlicue over the 'm' sw] wages ·
8th.  The Wind S. blowing fresh, cloudy & dark weather,but made but little or no rain this day: there has not been any butcher's meat in this market since before Christmas ·
9th.  The Wind S. blowing moderate & raining long before day & till near i in the Evening: the Rest of the day was dry.


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