October 26th.  The Wind N.W. very calm, dark and close — weather with frequent showers of rain in the morning ; and some in the Evening: Pd. is. 8d. for a quarter of Mutton weighing 9 pound   4/3.
27th.  The Wind N. E. blowing fresh, especially in the Evening & night, and rained very hard most part of the morning .
28th.  The Wind E. blowing very high & stormy all day; was s[u sw]nshiny & clear all the morning but very cold; the Evening was dark and overcast with clouds .
29th.  The Wind E. calm, fair and dry and generally Sun shiny and warm all this day.
30th.  The Wind E. blowing fresh and very cold, cloudy and over — cast, but made no rain all this day.
3ist.  The Wind E. very calm, close, dark & cloudy cold weather all this day & yet continued dry : Pd. is. for Nuts, haveing for that money but three Wine quarts : & Pd. for Gun Powder is. 6d.
Novr. ist.  The Wind S. E. blowing fresh and very cold raw weather, cloudy and overcast; but made no rain this day also.
2d.  The Wind S. blowing fresh, cloudy and dark weather, yet continued dry this day also: Paid Rhŷs Bentir 3s. 2d. for a side of Mutton .
3d.  The Wind  S. blowing fresh, dark cloudy weather, yet continued dry this day likewise: pd. Harry the Slater 4s. for work done here — this week; and delivered Hugh Edward of Amlough 5L. 5s. to buy me Coal in Flintshire : To Day I finished sowing winter Corn haveing Sowed a pegget · 5 cibbins & half of Rye and three measures and one Cibbin of Wheat·


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The Wind S. W. blowing moderate, cloudy and dark weather attended by a dirty mizling rain almost all day: Gave William Williams the Glazier, Son to my ^late^ Nephew Owen Wms. Glazier i8s. he going to Eng – –land to improve himself in that buisness for a year.

5th.  The Wind S. blowing moderate and generally Sun shiny & fair & dry all this day : LLanfechell Fair was fuller of Cattle than ever I saw it, and a great many bought there & for good price: pd. 9d. for half hundred Oysters, & iid. for a dosen Besoms: pd. likewise to Mr. Thomas Price of Bodynolwyn 28s. for a Sow in Pigs .
6th.  The Wind N.W. blowing fresh & cold, but dry & generally Sunshiny all this day: paid Rhŷs Bentir is. 4d. for a Pig's head: & pd. Hugh Prŷs 22s. for a Pig.
7th.  The Wind W. blowing pretty fresh & cold accompanyed with frequent —– showers of Sleet & rain dureing this day; paid is. [1/- sw] for four Partridges·


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