October 25th.  The Wind W. & by N. blowing fresh and cold, but dry all this day and for the most part sun shiny- gave is. [1/- sw] Charity to a poor Sickly man of Trewalchmai.
26th.  The Wind W. & by S. blowing moderate, some sun shine, but generally cloudy and dark, yet dry all this also.
27th.  The Wind W. & by S. blowing very moderate; someSunshine and dry all this day also.
28th.  The Wind S. W. blowing very moderate, or rather calm dark, hazy weather with a mizling rain all ye morning the Evening was dry & very calm.
29th. The Wind W: & by N. blowing very moderate, cloudy & dark,but dry all day.
30th.  The Wind N.  very calm, some sunshine, but cloudy & dark for the most part, yet dry all day.
3ist.  The Wind E. calm, and generally Sun shiny and dry all this day also: Paid Owen Warmingham 4s. for 8 ship loads of Sand I had- laid on his ground, paid Marged ’chuw Morus 2s. 6d. for a Side of- Mutton, & pd. Rhys Bentir is. 3d. for a quarter of Veal & the head- & pd. Robert Owen of Tyddŷn Bawl  5d. for Apples for the people at Allsts. Eve , & pd. 6d. for Lobsters . in all pd. this day 8s. 8d.
November ist.  The Wind S. E. very calm, cloudy and overcast, but continued without raining all day: My own people were all this week carrying – Sand; and my day labourers were likewise employed all this week in stocking up Gorse for fuel, and unroofing the Cow house at Brynclyn[n sw]i pulling down one of thesides in order to widen it 2 yards wider than it was heretofore , and to make both the Stalls and gutters abundantly larger than before they were.
2d.  The Wind S. W. blowing moderate, cloudy & very much overcast alm –ost all day, but made no rain: The Priest preached on Luke Chap i3th verse 5th. gave is. [1/- sw] at a Collection for a poor woman under yehands of a Surgeon.
3d.  The Wind S. W. blowing moderate, cloudy & dark with some showers of driveing rain in the mornîng; the Evening was fair & dry:
4th  3● [this is written vertically in the margin below '4th' sw] The Wind W. & by N. blowing fresh, cold, but generally Sun shiny fair and dry all this day; pd. 1s. for Oysters, 5d. for herrings & 9d. for — harrowing traces·

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