December 28th.  The Wind E. blowing fresh in the — Morning & very cold, in the Evening it [e sw]ncreased, and blew very hard, and blew a rank storm in the night. gave 1s. to Richard Thomas late Miller of Cafnan that brought me a present of 4 bottles of Rum from my Sister Lewis of LLysdulas.
29th.  The Wind full E. and blowing a great Storm, and freezing all day exceeding hard, my people employed in Carrying Muck from Brynclynni to that poor part of Cae Carreg Ddavydd next Cae rhŷd y Gaseg that had been well mucked before since its lying in for grass I have one Servant that does very little besides breaking ye Ice for the Cattle to have water.
30th.  The Wind E. blowing a rank storm before day, & freezing excessive hard, abundance of Mischief done to the Corn & hay stacks both this Morning & yesterday. very few people in Church to day & not above 43 comunicants· Pd. yesterday to Edward Rolant of Bodol [vs sw]el issa [maybe he means Bodvel Isa sw] one of the Churchwardens of LLanbadrick 2s. 2d, being Church Mise for Clygyrog ucha.
31st.  The Wind E. blowing high & extream cold, & freez- -ing continually, killed to day 3 snipes, which were already become so poor, that they were hardly worth ye useing.
Janr. ist.  The Wind E. blowing fresh & very cold, about Noon it begun to snow, and continued snowing all ye Evening and the Wind was much allayed & warmer, Gave 2s. 6d. to Roger Hughes ye Sexton as New year's Gift.

2d.    ❍10 [this is written in the margin below '2d.' sw] 

The Wind W.S.W. moderately warm & calm, & thawing gently: my people at ye Same work of carrying Muck. Snowed very hard this night again —


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