October 25th.  The Wind E. very fair, dry & pleasant – weather, a very great Fair to day at LLanvechell,& a great many Cattle sold . it cost me to day 2s. 6d for Ale in treating of old friends that I had not seen long before pd. Mr. Hugh[es sw] Tre'r ddôl i pound Interest for [P sw]rice's Bond
26th.  The Wind E. sharp raw weather, but dry, pd. John— Thomas of Wylfa 1s. 6d. for herrings, to day I finished sowing winter corn at Coydan _
27th.  ❍2 [this is written in the margin sw] The Wind E. cold and dry pleasant weather all– day, a Grand Turn kept to day at LLanfechell, but very few company of Substantiall people attending it, and no great buisness. my people still employed in carrying sand, Red Wharf Sand being done, they carry Cemaes Sand to finish 4 or 5 butts –
28th.  The Wind E. blowing fresh & very cold, a very ordinary Market at LLanfechell to day.
29th.   The Wind E.S.E. very fair calm & clear weather, some of my people carrying of Dorothy house-hold stuff– from Pen y Bont to Beudy Gwyn, others mending about the Door, & cleansing the Same .
30th.  The Wind E. very calm warm weather, & continued so all day. No Sermon to day, tho there was one due.
31st.  The Wind E. blowing fresh & cold, but very clear and serene, most of My people employed in bringing home the [Pent sw]ir's goods from Paris to Coydan, the rest are carrying the Ashes to Caeau bychain in ferem,& 2 of them are Scattering Sand —

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