Janr. 21st.  The Wind S.S.W. very still & Cloudy & excessive cold & raw weather, about 10 in ye Morning the Air empties itself of a great deal of broad wet snow which melted as soon as it fell, the ground every where prodigious wet. pd. David Owen Lewis of Cemlyn 7s 6d for 15 days of Cooper's work.
22d.  The Wind W.N.W. very cold dark & raw weather, made some hail on the fall of Night, and freezed pretty hard before morning
23d.  The Wind S.E. sun Shiny & fair all day, a great Hoar frost this morning, & pretty hard frost, lent Abraham Jones Pedlar 1s.
24th.  The Wind S.W. dark & cloudy, raining very often in the day, and raining hard most part of the night.
25th.  The Wind W. a fair, calm, sun shiny day from Morn. till night. it rained excessive hard almost all night. had an acct. yt Mr. Ben: Parry of Dublin was Dead.
26th.  The Wind W. sharp and cold, & mostly very cloudy, it is so extraordinary wet that my servants have not plowed any thing this 3 weeks, employed in makeing a pinfold in Cae Carreg yr Eirin, & faceing the hedge next the high way with stone: had 2 men to day carrying stones(to make stiles in the new hedge of Cae Gorsedd Rŷs )from a [lo sw]ft in pen y Bont.
27th The Wind E.S.E. fair & dry all day, freezed a little before day, planted some Wildings of Pear & Apple trees in the Fir plantation hedge at Gâllt ddu in Bodelwyn
28th.  The Wind S.E. cloudy in the Morning, all the rest of the Day fair and pleasant. pd William George a baskett maker of LLanvwrog 2s.6d. for 7 day he had been here makeing baskett of Severall sorts. and lobster pots.
29th.  The Wind E. a calm dry & very warm sun shiny day. to day the ∎ 3 workmen finished ye hedge at Gorsedd Rŷs

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