December the 4th.  The Wind W. & very calm, but very cold and raw weather, made some rain about sun rise, Sent by Wm. David to LLanerchymedd Market 18s. 4d. to pay D. Arthur ye rest of the Money due to him for Hops, The Market there as the week before pd. 6d. for ale. this Evening I —————— I————— I———— I—————that —
5th.  The Wind W. very cold raw weather, and very wet this Morning haveing rained last night I believe most part of the Night. my people all this Week fallowing for Barley at Coydan —
6th.  The Wind S.W. calm & raw, the ground very wet, a full market to day at LLanfechell, bought a Quarter of Venison & a quarter of Mutton for 1s. 8d.
7th.  The Wind N. very cold & raw weather, & very still, begun to rain about 7 in the Evening, & continued most part of the Night.
8th.  The Wind W.S.W. very wet, cold raw weather, no sermon to day, Spend this Evening 8d. for Ale after Evening prayer, raind hard at the fall of Night, & continued <so> Most part of ye Night
9th.  The Wind W very cold wet & raw, but still & calm, one of my plowing Oxen was killed sometime last night, being gored by the Other oxen in Coydan park, scarce alive this Morning when found, but was quickly blooded & flead, being not much worst for [useing sw] -
10th.  The Wind S. & SW. blowing hard & very cold, about 3 in the Evening it begun to rain, and rained excessively with a very great storm of Wind till 3 the next Morning, when the wind came to N.W. and blew a meer hurricane for 5 or 6 hours without intermission.

11th.  The Wind WNW still blowing very hard, very cold and wet, the market at LLanerchymwd much the same as the week before, to Day Richard Jones the Gardiner came home 

☞ [this pointing hand symbol is in the margin, pointing at this line sw] made no rain to day, but dryed apace all day —

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