October 12th.  The Wind N. blowing fresh & cold but nothing like yesterday; about noon I set out for Bodorgan to vis it young Mr. Meyrick Just — came to the Countrey & to consult him about my Mother's Settlement, and a rived there about 4 in ye Even.
13th.  The Wind N. W. blowing fresh and cold with some showers of mizling rain, but generally cloudy & dark all day: Sat up very late this night.
14th.  The Wind W. and moderate, and generally Sun Shiny fair and pleasant all day, and was often out of doors a walking.
15th.  The Wind N. W. blowing fresh and raining hard almost all the morning; the Evening dry, but cold & raw.
16th.  The Wind W. & by N. blowing fresh with some cold showers in the morning; the Evening dry, but cold raw weather.
17th.  The Wind N. W. and moderate, with intervals of dark weather & Sun Shiny in the morning till noon when the wind came to – S. and rained a mizling rain most part of the Evening, & most prodigious hard in the night which brought the wind back to the N and blew very high & stormy: about 8 this morning I left Bod- - organ where I gave among the Servants 6s. and came to LLan- - erchmedd to meet Mr. Lewis & his Brother Robert to put the — Window tax in Execution, where I found Sr. Nick. Baily,Mr. J Owen, Bodychen Sparrow, Roberts Bodiar, LLoyd the Irishman of Hirdrefaig & Jones the parson of LLangeinwen whom they qualified for a Comissioner; and as it appeared by their not acting & refuseing to sign the Bills, they ^had^ met there onely to wrangle about ye explanation of the Act of Parliament, however we 3 signed the Bills & dined at ye Widdow Owens where the meeting was appointed, and they dined at Robert Evans: Pd. At LLanerchmedd 1s. for meat and drink & was at home by 7 at night.
18th.  The Wind N. blowing high and stormy and very cold all day– with frequent showers of Sleet in the morning, but theEvening was dry & the night generally moon shiny ·
19th.  The Wind S. W. blowing fresh and raining more or less all day, and very hard most part of the Evening: Paid John Shadrack 9s. for a hind Quarter of Beef & the Tounge.
20th.  The Wind S. S. W. calm & raining more or less all day, and about noon it rained very hard for abovetwo hours, To Day my people went to Cnewchdernog to begin to plow the Pinfolds to sow Rye and Muncorn in them ·

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