Novr. 19th.  The Wind S.W. wet & raw, with some showers in the Morning, about 4 in the Evening – it begun to rain hard, which continued till past 7. To Day I begun to plow my fresh Mucked ground at Brynclynni .
20th.  The Wind W & by N. cold & raw with some showers in the morning, the Evening sun-shiny &fair. Pd. Mr. John Evans of B[w sw]len: Mr. Meyrick's Agent 1L. 16s. Rent for Tyddyn Nicholas Watkin. To Day My Cuckow dyed that had been fed in the house since July last; however as they have a notion of those birds reviveing again in the spring, she was put in a basket of feathers & hung up in the Kitchen near the Chimney.
21st.  The Wind N.W. blowing fresh and very cold all day –
22d.  The Wind S.S.E. blowing high all the morning, & a meer storm in the Evening; with some showers now & then; & about 7 it made very heavy rain. The Parson preached on Mat: Chap 7th. vers. 12th. ye remaining part of the Sermon preached this day fortnight.
23d.  The Wind S.S.W. blowing high, & raining hard about 6 in the morning: the rest of the day generally dry. 
24th.  The Wind W. blowing high, but sun-shiny & dry all day pd. the Constable of LLanddeust. is. 10d. being assessed on my Lands in LLanddeust. at a half penny a pound towards main- - taining the house of Correction at Holy-head.
25th.  The Wind S.S.W.blowing high, & raining almost without intermission from 2 in the morning till near 9 at Night. To  __

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