November ist.  The Wind E. Cold, dry & wholesome weather, all this day lopping & dressing the Trees in Cae Tŷ'n y llŵyn, my Servants carrying of Gorse home.
2d.  The Wind E. sharp, & cold dry weather, & very clear and Sun-Shiny, a poor Fair at LLanerchymedd, little asking and less price than the Fairs before .
3d. The Wind E. fair & clear sun shiny weather, with a very great Hoar - frost this Morning which continued till 10 a clock, haveing freezed very hard beside.
4th.  The Wind E. Cold, raw weather, & very cloudy all day – a very small Market at LLanvechell, my Servants. to day & yestarday carrying of Timber home from Cemaes that I had bought last spring, the rest of my Servants– carrying home the Gorse.
5th.  The Wind E. in the Morning, came to N.W in the Evening, a dark cloudy day & very cold & raw from Morn to night. This is the Day that gave me birth, and begins the forty Seaventh year of My Age, may God assist & protect me in the Same, & to my lifes End.
6th.  The Wind N.W. dark & cloudy, & cold raw weather, The Parson preached on Rom: Chap 13th. & the latter end of the 13th. verse; a good, moral, & honest discourse of 15 Minuets—
7th.  The Wind N.W. clear & fair, & not cold, tho the Wind was high 4 of my Servants at the stone wall betwixt Coydan house& Cae'r LLoriau, 2 others of them carrying home the Gorse– pd. Robert Hugh Prŷs 1d.2/1 for mending my Shooes —

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