Decr. 23d.  The Wind E. haveing freezed pretty hard last night, it continued the Same all day, but sun-shiny — clear & pleasant. 
24th.  The Wind S.W. very cold and raw, with some showers in the Morning, upon the fall of night it rained very hard, & most part of the night. The Parson ( for what reason doth not appear) appointed this day for the ministration of ye Sacramt. & about 100 persons communicated.
25th.  The Wind S.S.W. very wett, and raining almost all day and all night.
26th.  The Wind W & by S. raining very hard about 5 in the Morning; the Sky dark and cloudy attended with small showers at times all day. Pd. David Owen the Smith's bill to his Son Wm. Owen (he being buryed to day ) 7s. for mending my Guns &c.
27th.  The Wind S.W. blowing a great storm about 5 in the Morning accompanyed with very heavy rain, and contin- -ued so allmost all day with very little intermission. gave the Post Boy of Llanerchymedd 6d. as a Christmas box.
28th.  The Wind W. & by N. in the Morning, came to S.W. in the Evening, cold and raw weather, but dry over head; my people carry home the Coal from on board the Cloxan at Cemaes, the Tide not serveing to day till 12 a clock they did not carry half of it home . but carryed the rest the next day.

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29th.  The Wind S. & by W. exceeding wet, and all the fields running with water, haveing rained very hard, with- -out intermission from 2 in the morning till i0 . gave 6d. to LLannerchymedd Post Boy.

30th.  The Wind W. cold & raw, but dry over head; my people fenceing the Pinfold at Coydan, it being too wet for any other work.
31st.  The Wind S.W. raw & cold, but dry till night, at which time it begun to rain, & rained excessive hard all night. & till 3 in the Morning when ye Wind came to N.W. & blew a rank storm.

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