November 23d.  The Wind S. blowing fresh & cold, cloudy & dark weather all day attended with frequent showers of cold rain, sleet & hail both in the day and night: Pd. Mr. Rice Price 4s. 8d. 2/1 for things bought of him, namely 2s. id.2/1 for a frying pan, is. 6d. for 2 pound weight of flax candle wick & 9d. for two pair of table hinges & wood screws to follow them.
24th.  The Wind S. blowing fresh, was dry all this day and generall Sun shiny.

25th. ❍ [this is written in the margin below '25th.' but there is no hour recorded sw]  

The Wind W. blowing moderate, Sun shiny fair & pleasant all ye morning but the Evening cloudy, dark , blowing high & very cold, but made no rain all the day, but rained exceeding hard some time in the night: pd. Rhŷs the Butcher 6s. for butcher's meat ·

26th.  The Wind S. blowing fresh, dark cloudy weather, cold & raw with fre— quent showers of dirty mizling rain almost all day & made very great rain in the night: A small Fair of Cattle to day at LLanfechell, yet yearling Cattle were much sought for, and a great number bought from 30 to 40s. a piece: Paid Robert Owen the Shepph[e sw]rd 7s. being the remainder of his Sumer's [there is a curlicue over the 'm' sw] wages.
27th.  The Wind S. blowing high &stormy, cloudy & dark attended with heavy — showers of rain most part of the day: The Curate Priest preached on EcclesiatesChap iith. verse 9th. Paid Richd. Owen the remainder of his Sumer's [there is a curly line over the 'm' sw] wages being i0s. 6d.
28th.  The Wind S.E. calm, sun shiny fair & pleasant all the morning; the Evening more cloudy, but dry all this day , yet it made great rain in the night:
29th.  The Wind S.E. blowing very moderate, dark cloudy weather with frequent show– ers of dirty mizling rain most part of the day; Paid Rhŷs Bentir 4s. 9d. for a quarter of Ordinary Beef for the Servants: & pd. 3d. for fish ·
30th.  The Wind E. & by S. very calm, cloudy & very dark weather all day & raining long before day and till 2 in the Evening : Paid Wm. Hughes 38s. in full of his last Sumer's [there is a wiggly line over the 'm' sw] wages, & pd. Mr. Rice Price i0d. for 2/1 pound of Salt Petr. & [? sw] for two pound of Bay Salt, Pd. likewise is. [1/- sw] for 2 quarts of fish oyl.
December ist  The Wind E. & by S. very calm, Sun shiny fair & pleasant all this day_ Pd. 2s. 9d. for aquarter of Pork weighing 22 pound at id.2/1 a pound ·
2d.  The Wind E. very calm, some sunshine in the mornîng, but the day in generall—– was cloudy & dark, & raining a dirty small rain all the Evening : Pd. Thomas Parry the Sadler 3s. 9d. for 5 days mending the horse Collars, bridles &c of the plowing horses·
3d.  The Wind N.E. blowing fresh & very cold alltheday attended with frequent showers of sleet & hail: My people all this week were fallowing fresh ground.
4th.  The Wind E. blowing very moderate, yet was very cold all day & made some showers this day also: P. Griff: Jones the Carrier by Mr. Mossom 3s.8d.2/1 for Chester Paper,& gave Ann Wright 5s. 
5th.  —The Wind W. & so to S. W. blowing moderate, cloudy dark weather cold & raw attended with frequent showers of heavy rain & thunder and lightning a great part of thenight·

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