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> gave him One Hundred Pound to capacitate him to go off Barister this Hilary Term & to prosecute his Studies in the Law.
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

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