Octr. 13th.  The Wind W.& by N. Wet & stormy all the – morning; the Evening fair & dry, a full Market to day at LLanfechell; and a great deal of meat.
14th.  The Wind W. & by S. a dry, fair day, from Morn to Night, my people at the same work as before all this Week.
15th.  The Wind W. Sun shiny fair & dry, The Parson preached on 3d Ch. of Acts vers i9th.

16th    ❍2 [this is written in the margin immediately below '16th' sw]

The Wind N.W. fair, warm & calm, and very pleasant, my people employed still on the Same work on farm,(Viz) carrying of sand, & clearing the Gorse —

17th.  The Wind S.S.W. high & blowing very cold, but made no rain till night, when it rained very hard.
18th.  The Wind W. & by S. in the morning & raining very hard came to N.W. in the Evening, & was fair, warm & dry
19th.  The Wind W. & by N. a clear, sun-shiny day, & very cold, & continued dry all the <day> & night. my people carry home the Gors from Ferem.
20th.  The Wind S.W. blowing high & stormy, went about 9 to LLanerchymedd to hear an Information exhibited by the Officer of Excise about Tea & Coffee, did that buisness, & was home by 2, & well I was, for it rained hard all the rest of the Evening & all night, with a great storm of wind.
21st.  The Wind W. blowing cold, but dry, fair & clear, my – people all this week upon the same work. pd. 1s. 9dfor Nuts & [the '&' is in the margin sw] Apples.
22d.  The Wind W. cold & dry till 3 in the Evening when it begun to rain, & rained excessive hard showers almost till night.
23d.  The Wind E.S.E. cold raw weather, but dry till 9 at night, when it rained very hard.

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