1● [this is written vertically in the margin opposite this entry sw] November 7th.  The Wind W. in the morning, about noon it came to S. W. was all day very calm, Sun Shiny, fair and warm: Most of my last planted banks of Willows being blasted last spring in such a manner that the shoots of two years and one year shoots were scorched and dryed from the top above half way to the stools, so that my Gardin[i sw]r is now cutting them all down to the stools to try if that will recover them.
8th.  The Wind S. & by E. blowing very moderate and warm, but generally cloudy and overcast & very little sun shine: Pd. is. iid. for a Side of Mutton .
9th.  The Wind S. blowing moderate & not cold, generally cloudy & overcast, yet continued without raining : My people this week employed in carrying timber & straw to repair & thatch the houses in Coydan & serving the work -men: Pd. Margaret the Chamber Maid her wages being i9s.
i0th.  The Wind S. and blowing moderate, cloudy and overcast & hazy– weather, before night & in the night the Wind blew fresh, yet it made but very little rain & that like a small dew in the night.
iith.  The Wind S. blowing fresh , dark, cloudy weather & overcast, with some mizling rain in the morning, the Wind blew high in theEvening and in the night exceeding stormy and raining very hard about ii·
12th.  The Wind S. W. calm, sun shiny, fair & pleasant all the morning,theEvening cloudy & overcast, but without rain: Pd. Alice Jones 6s. 7d.2/1 my Mother owed her, and 3s. 2d. for cloath I bought of her : pd. likewise iL. i6s. to Catherine Isaac, being the remainder of her wages in full ·
13th.  The Wind S. and blowing moderate, with frequent showers of mizling rain, especially in the morning: pd. 4s. for a piece of beef weighing _ 24 pound at LLanerchymedd to day.
14th.  The Wind S. blowing fresh cloudy & dark weather with a mizling rain frequently all the day; the wind blew high in the Evening and rained very hard from 4 in the Evening with very little intermission till near 2 in the morning which allayed the wind & the rain ceased,at least it did not rain so heavy the ^rest of the^ night.
15th.  The Wind S. very calm, and raining all the morning & generally very hard; the Evening for the most part was dry, but very wet & dirty, So that LLanfechell Fair was very thin of people & cattle·
16th.  The Wind S.W. blowing fresh, some small showers in the morning, cleared up afterwards & was Sun shiny & fair till noon, but all the Evening & night was very stormy, with some Thunder and very heavy rains and wind almost without intermission.

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