January 21st.  The Wind S. & S.W. cloudy & dark thawing the frost & very cold & raw all day. The Butch –er's Meat to day at LLanfechell.
22d.  The Wind W. & W.S.W. generally fair & sunshiny, calm & warm, the night was moon shiny & starry, and a great thick fog most part of the night. my people this week ( after finishing the pinfold ) were fallowing for Barley at Coydan
23d.  The Wind S. cloudy and dark in the morning, with a mizling rain, the Evening dry & cold, & made a good deal of rain on the fall of night. The Parson preached on John Ep. 1st. Chap.3d. & 21st. vers. a piece of a Sermon.
24th.  The Wind W. blowing fresh & cold; rained hard abt. 3 in the morning, all the rest of the day was dry.

25th.  Paul's Day. [this is written in the margin below '25th.' sw]  

The Wind S. S.W Blowing fresh & cold, cloudy — & overcast; from 10 to i in the evening it rained a Smart mizling rain, dry from that tîme to 3; but At that time it begun to rain again, & rained without intermission (accompanied with a high wind) till about bed time: Sent by Wm. Davies i7L. 10s. to pay Lewis Davies ' s Interest for the money my Son had the 2d time to be called to the Bar. pd. 5d. for Sewing silk

26th.  The Wind S. S. W. blowing high, cloudy & overcast all the morning, made a great rain about 3 in ye Evening which brought the Wind to N.W. where it blew a rank storm & continued so all night. Pd. into the hands of Humphrey Mostyn 40s. to buy ^coal^ z❚z for me in Liverpool River: pd. Joseph the taylor 2d. for mending my cloaths.

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