|Novr. 20th. the Market at LLannerchmedd ris considerably, the Rye from 21s to 22s&6d a peggett, Barley from 15 to 17s. Some Cattle sold among the Neighbours __ made some rain at the fall of Night.|
|21st. The Wind W.N.W in the Morning, came to W. afterwards, some small matter of frost in the morning, very cold & raw all day, A Boat with timber being at Cemaes from Tal y Cafn; I went there and bought 10 plough bearers (or Gwadnau eryd) for 4d a piece, 6 Shingle trees (or Cebystre[) sw] for 2d a piece; one Master (or Bâch arad) for 8d. An Ash plank that would make 2 plough beams (or arnoddau) for 2s. 6d. 2 spades for 6d.2/1 a piece & 2 shovells or Camrawie for 6d.2/1 a piece, 13 Oak Joyces about 6 foot long for 7d a piece – bought also, after I came home from Cemaes of John Rowland of Trwyn-Melyn five Gallons of Run Brandy which he brought from the Isle of Man, for 4s. 6d. a Gallon –|
22d. The Wind W. & W. S. W. made very great rains this morning betwixt 3 & 4 of the Clock, the ground to day very wet & slabby, Mr. Richard LLoyd
☞ [this pointing hand symbol is in the margin, pointing at this line sw] of Rhosbeirio came here to day to make an Affidavit to be presented to the Lord Chancellour that all the Estate that he hath in the County of Anglesey is taxed for no more than 33 pounds a year, being upon the return for - Sheriffs this year, to see whether he can get off – he had transferred over Rhyd-weigr to his son 3 years ago - a very great Markett to day at LLanfechell, I bought a quarter of Veal for 10d. Wm. Davies my man bought 2 logs of Alder boards for 1d. a foot.
|23d. The Wind E. dark & cloudy all the Morning, about ii it begun to rain & continued without intermission to rain all day & all night, the ground very wet, no walking out without being ankle Deep in dirt or water -|
|24th. The Wind E.N.E. raining still very heavy without the least stop till past 6 in the Evening. Sent Wm. Davies to Carnarvan fair (which is tomorrow) with 12 pound in money, to pay Mr. Edward Jones ye [? sw] 4l. 10s. And to buy me Cloath to make me a Winter Sute with ye rest & some other things that I wanted|
|25th. The Wind E. very cold, good drying weather, diverted my self to day in lopping the forrest trees in the Orchard, pd. Wm. Roger 2s. for the Dunghill I carryed upon the meadows of Bodelwyn.|