December 14th.  The Wind N. very calm, clear &Sun-Shiny, & freezing all day, last night it freezed very hard, so that all the Snow that fell 3 days ago & that covered the Earth is now frozen that a beast can't come at the grass that's under it.
15th.  The Wind E. N E. blowing fresh & freezing all day as it did all last night, and tho all the nights of late have been dark and cloudy, yet it freezed every night very hard, and a great deal of Snow fell this night, a great deal more than was upon the Earth before .
16th.  The Wind varying all day from N.E. to S.W. & fixed at last in the S. the Snow still continues unmelted upon the ground; and about 3 in the Evening there fell so much snow that 2 inches thick was added to the old stock remaining before. pd. 6d. for Pork.
17th.  The Wind N.E. sun-shiny & calm, & freezing all day in the Shade, and the thick snow continuing still upon the ground not in the least diminished. The Market to day at LLanerchmedd was much ye same as it hath been these 2 months ·
18th.  The Wind N. & N. E. & came to N.W. in the Evening, cold & raw & very still, & freezed continually day & night, & no thawing of the thick snow.Pd. Rowland ab Probert 4L. 2s. 2d. for labouring work done upon my farms these 2 last years, & Paid Griffith Rowland 2L. 2s. 1d. for labouring work done upon my farms this year; gave Betty Parry 6d for bringing a present from Rhydgroes.
19th.The Wind E. S. E. blowing a high freezing wind all day. a great Market to day at LLanfechell, and great plenty of Butcher's meat, Delivered Owen Pedlar 3s.6d. t be pd. by him to Mr. Lewis Morris of Holy head for me.

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