|January 10th. The Wind S.W. cold & raw, and very dark cloudy weather with some rain about noon, the rest of the day dry & cold. This Day my Son set out from hence for London <Delivered>
|11th. The Wind S.W. dark and cloudy, but not cold, the ground every where in these parts very wet, my servants these days employed in makeing Sumer's [there is a line over the 'm' sw] Pinfold of Cae'r Garnedd in Coydan; rained almost all this night .|
|12th. The Wind S.S.W blowing fresh & cold, & raining a sort of mizling rain all the Morning & till 2 in the Evening, & continued dark & overcast the rest of the day.|
13th. ❍11. [this is written in the margin below '13th.' sw]
The Wind S.S.W. blowing cold & high with a foggy– wett mist all the Morning; the Evening boisterous with an overcast & troubled sky; Paid Sian y Sebon 4s for half a pound of Green Tea . it blew a rank storm & rained hard about 11 at night.
|14th. The Wind W. a calm, sun-shiny clear day from first to last, a great congregation to day at LLanfechell Church, the Parson preached on Ecclesiastes Chap.11th. vers. 9th. a fullsom, dry unedifying discourse as usuall.|
|15th. The Wind S. blowing high & Stormy,& raining a mizling wett rain from 8 in the Morning till 2 in the Evening, then rest of the day dark, cold & raw weather.|
|16th. The Wind S.W. dark, cloudy, cold & raw weather, but made no rain all day, the ground in generall very wett· pd. Owen Robn. Cleifiog 5s. Chief out of Tyddyn Rhôs for Lady Bulkeley|