Novr. 13th.  The Wind S.S.W dark & cloudy & raw weather, but dry, my people still at the plowing work at Ferem, others scattering of Sand & carrying the Gorse home off the Pinfold of Rhos Garrog · Agreed to day with William Talant to put all my Gardens in Good Order, prune, dress & nail my Fruit Trees, keep every thing clean, & leave them so at the year's end ( he to be at the expence  of labourers) for 4L. 10s. a year. gave him 1s. earnest in part of his Salary:
14th.  The Wind S.S.W, dark, cloudy raw weather, but dry, and continued so all day.

15th.    ❘9❍ [this is written in the margin immediately below '15th.' sw]

The Wind S. S E. calm, warm, dry & serene from first to last, a very good Fair to day at LLanfechell, and abundance of Cattle bought at very good rates, pd. Betty Parry 5s. for being here sewing & mending of cloaths.

16th.  The Wind S.W. a dark cloudy day, but cold raw weather & dry, & continued so all day.
17th.  The Wind S.W. cold & raw weather. & raining more or less all the Morning, the Evening dryer, but made some showers of rain. To Day I set Ynŷs Waelod in the parish of LLandrygarn to John Owen of the Sd. parish for the term of Eleven years at the Rent of three pounds fifteen shillings with the usuall present of 120 handfulls of long thick Rushes for Watch lights.
18th.  The Wind S. cold raw weather, & blew hard about 4 in the Evening till 9 and rained very hard in the night. my people all this week at the same work of fallowing for Barley, & others carrying Gors home.

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