Novr. 4th.  The Wind E. very cold raw weather, but dry, went out a coursing with my Son, Son in Law, Mr. Hugh Owen of Penrhose the Counsellour, the Parson & Mr. Thomas Morris of Rhydgroes, with Some others to beat the bushes, & tho we walked at least 9 miles, could see but one hare, & that escaped, but we — killed with our Guns two Wood cocks —
5th.  The Wind E. cold & dry all day, To Day I enter on my 47th. year of my Age, May the Almighty give me Grace & health to finish it.
6th.  The Wind E. cold & dry all day, with some frost on the Water this Morning, My Servants still carrySand & others of them plow the fresh sand ground in ferem.
7th.  The Wind N.E. raining all the Morning, the Evening dry & fair.
8th.  The Wind E. fair, clear & serene, with a great hoar frost, & continued dry all day.
9th.  The Wind E. cold dry weather, & freezed last night, & a very great hoar frost, walked to Cemaes to see the Timber exposed there to sale, my Man bought some plow timber.
10th.  The Wind S.S.E. a very cold raw day, but dry, a pretty good Markett at LLanfechell, & very full of people.
11th.  The Wind S.[E sw] ['W' and 'E' are written on top of each other sw]. a frosty Morning and dry, but dark & cloudy and continued so all day, & in the Evening the Wind came to the S . 
12th.  The Wind S. raining hard before day; raw, cold weather. made severall showers afterwards dureing the rest of the day.

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