January 8th.  The Wind N W. and moderate, and generally cloudy and dark, & the weather cold & raw, but made no rain.
9th.  The Wind N.E. and moderate with a smoaky dewy rain all the morning, but not enough to wet one's Coat, the Evening_ very fair & dry ·
10th.  The Wind N. E. very moderate, but cold, sun shiny & fair, till near noon when it made a small shower. All the Evening was cloudy and dark, but without rain, except very little it made in the night.
iith.  The Wind W. & by N. blowing fresh and not cold, and generally dark cloudy weather all day, but made no rain: gave Roger ab Wm. Owen is. [1/- sw] to earnest some timber if so be he can buy them.
12th.  The Wind W. and blowing moderate & not cold, but generally cloudy and dark all day. yet made no rain, so that the ground is as dry as in April: pd. Ann Warmingham 9s. 9d. for 3 dosen pound of hard Soap she bought me at Holy head: gave Mr. Wm. Broadhead's Son 1s. who brought me a hare.
13th.  The Wind W. very calm, cloudy and dark weather. yet made no rain, the Air  likewise was raw and cold.
14th.  The Wind S. blowing fresh, cold and raw, and altogether cloudy and dark all day: The Corn Market ^yesterday^ to day at LLanerchmedd was– something fallen.
15th.  The Wind S. in the morning, blowing fresh and raining exceeding hard from 5 to 7 in the morning which brought the Wind to W, & all the rest of the day was sun shiny and fair. 
16th.  The Wind W. and blowing fresh, but not cold, Sunshiny & pleasant all the morning, and the Evening hazy moaky weather, but made no rain; my people all this week were fallowing for Barley, they finished at Coydan Park on Thursday, and were afterwards at Cefn y Groes.
17th.  The Wind  S. W. blowing fresh with a mizling raintill 10, the Sun shined a little about 10, yet soon it began a mizling rain which con– -tinued till 3, & the rest of the day was dark & cloudy: The Priest – preached on Nehem: Chap: 10th. vers. 29th.
18th.  The Wind S. S. E. in the morning, fair & pleasant. settled at S. about i0, and blew fresh, cold & raw, & the Air generally cloudy & dark, pd. 6d.for Ale at Cemlyn & delivered Cos. Grace Mostyn a half Jack, being 36s. & a Guinea, being 2is. to give her Husband Wm. Peters who sails to night for Liverpool to pay the Said two pieces to My Daughter at Liverpool.

19th   3 l [this is in the margin below '19th' sw]

The Wind N. W. very calm, Sun shiny, fair and pleasant,haveing last night made a pretty hard frost, and a very great hoar frost; and not- withstanding that, the Air was warm and the Sun hot, and continued So till- near Sun Set, when it seemed to be set for freezing, the night was fair pleasant and starry.

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