December 3d  The Wind S.E. blowing fresh & exceeding – cold, but I believe it thaws a little, about noon it brought [about sw] some showers of rain which melted all the Snow & thawed the frost — gave 6d. to Richard Wms. of Wylva that bought me some fish, and 2s. to my Brother Lewis's man that brought me half a pegget of wheat
4th.  The Wind S.S.E. not high, yet cold enough & raw & continued dry all day: Lent my Mother 20s. 6d.

5th.  m 10 [this is in the margin below '5th.' sw]

The Wind E. & by N. moderately calm, cloudy & overcast, & very cold and raw all day, yet made no rain : My people – these three last days are plowing, not being able to do any thing in the beginning of the week ·

6th.  The Wind N. & by E. & not high, clear, sun shiny and very fair, but very cold all day, especially the forenoon, the Evening much milder.
7th.  The Wind E. blowing fresh and very cold and freezing all day, as it has freezed a little last night. the Earth now very dry. the Evening for the most part was warmer .
8th.  The Wind E. and moderate and a very thick frost this morning and freezed all day, but not very hard: The Fishermen of these parts have given over fishing for Herrings for this Season, & have brought home their Nets.
9th.  The Wind E.& by S. in the morning, cloudy, thick weather and inclining to thaw, about noon the Wind came to S. and blew hard from 3 in the Evening till past midnight & brought down a great deal of rain: Sent by Wm. Davies 17 pounds 10 shillings to pay Lewis Davies his Interest due since yesterday.
10th.  The Wind S. & by W. blowing moderate, cloudy & overcast in ye morning till 9, the rest of the day was Sun shiny & fair: pd. 1d.2/1 for Ale at Cemaes.
iith.  The Wind W. & by S. blowing high & generally cloudy & dark all day with little of no rain: A pretty full Market to day at LLanfechell, pd. 8d. for a Bushell of Turnips. Drew severall of the last shoot year's shoots of Vines thro the bottom of Pots in order to their bear– -ing fruit next Sumer [there is a wavy line over the 'm' sw] in those pots according to Mr. Bradley's directions.
12th.  The Wind W. very moderate and warm, but generally cloudy & dark all day: My people all this week are at the New Park, either clearing the ground from Gors & Stones or fallowing for Barley.
13th.  The Wind in the morning was S. very moderate and warm; about noon it came to E. blew fresh and very cold, but before night it came to W. & Settled there: No Sermon to day tho there was — one due, & a great congregation had come together.

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