January 18th.  The Wind S. blowing very high & cold, made some Sun Shine, but it was generally cloudy & dark, yet it made no rain all day.
19th.  The Wind S. blowing high all the morning, cloudy and dark, the Evening wet & dirty, haveing made severall heavy showers of rain: Accounting this day with Roger ’Bwilliam Owen I allowed him for Joiner's work in the last 6 years Seaven pounds 6 shillings & 10 pence.
20th.  The Wind E. blowing fresh, yet not cold, Sun shiny, fair & pleasant all this day: My people all this week are makeing up a Pinfold at Coydan for the fold the Cattle in Sumer. [there is cup-shaped line over the 'm' sw] Pd. 10d. for a quarter of Mutton.
2ist.  The Wind E. in the morning, a great hoar frost, & a little frost, yet Sun shiny fair & pleasant all day, tho the Wind came to S. in the Evening & grew a little cloudy before night: The Priest preached on Luke – Chap: 13th. verse 5th.
22d.  The Wind S. blowing fresh, cold & raw weather, cloudy & dark, and raining pretty hard this morning before day: but the rest of the day was dry: pd. 2s. for a young Goat.
23d.  The Wind S. blowing fresh & pretty cold all the morning; but the Evening, & especially the night was very stormy & exceeding cold: pd. Mrs. Jane Hughes is. [1/- sw] that she had given Ann Parry as Earnest when she hired her for 55s. a year including ☞ [this pointing symbol is in the margin opposite this line sw] the Eearnest·
24th.  The Wind S. blowing very moderate & warm till 4 in the Evening,when it begun to blow high, which it did all the rest of the day& all night,and raining incessantly from ii in the morning all the rest of the day & all night: Pd. Mrs. Whitfield of Chester’s bill that she had upon my Mother, being 3 pounds 3 shillings:gave 2d. to Ellen uch Richd. maid that brought here a quarter of Veal.
25th.  The Wind S. & blowing moderate till ii . from that time till 8 at night it blew high & stormy, some rain it made, but very little zz,but made a great shower about 7 at night. pd. Ann Parry the Dumb Woman i8d. for knitting
26th. ●9 [this is written vertically in the margin below '26th.' sw) The Wind S. blowing fresh & very cold all the morning, but the Evening it blew high & stormy, & all the night was a rank storm & rained excessively hard most part of the night. pd. 12s. at Cemaes for 5 pieces of Oak Timber, pd. iid.for a quarter of Veal & a Calf's head, & pd. iid. for a quarter of Mutton . 

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