Novr. 28th.  the Wind S. high & stormy. with cold showers of rain which continued almost all day & all night.
29th. The Wind S, raining hard & with very little intermission almost all day, and the night little better.

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30th.  The Wind S.W. raining very hard betwixt 3 and 4 in the morning, but made a dry Day afterwards, onely some few small showers. a very small Fair at Aberffraw to day, and very few Cattle.

Decr. 1st.  The Wind S. W. dark & cloudy, and dry in the Morning, but rained very hard all the Evening, and some part of the night. pd. 5d. for <2> Cibbins of Turnips at LLanfechell Markett to day.
2d.  The Wind S.S.W. blowing high and Cold, with some — showers of rain & thunder, My people all this week (when the weather permitted ) at the same work of plowing, and the Gardiner pruning the Apple Espaliers & standards 
3d.  The Wind S. dark & cloudy in the Morning, & cold, & rained most part of the Evening & night, a great congregation at LLanvechell Church, the parson preached on Matt. Chap. 6th. vers. 33d.
4th.  The Wind W.N.W. cold & cloudy, but dry all day, my people at the fallowing work as before, & others scowring the hedge between Cae Pen bryn Clynni & Cae Ddavydd.
5th.  The Wind S. high & raining very hard all the Morning as it did indeed most part of the Day, This Day Mr. Wright & his Wife executed a Deed of Mortgage upon Bodneva to Mr. John Owen of Presaddved for 400L. (which money Mr. Owen had Borrowed of Wm. Prees of LLanerch – ymedd upon his Single Bond, & had refused to lend them to Mr. Wright upon the Sd Mortgage security )


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