November 8th.  The Wind S. blowing fresh, cloudy & dark and - raining hard from 6 in the morning till near i0, the rest of the day was generally dry, but blowing very high & stormy, especially in the Evening from 2 till 7 at night it blew a rank storm,at which – time with a great shower of rain the wind came to W. & was very calm-
9th.  The Wind S.W. blowing very moderate, Sun shiny fair & warm till- noon when it made a small showers or two, the Evening was overcast cloudy & dark accompanyed with severall showers of cold sleet and frequent claps of thunder & the night dark with frequent flashes of lightning: Paid Hugh Griffith 4d. 2/1 for splaying 2 little sows & gelding some young Pigs .
i0th.  The Wind N. E. in the morning and showering feathered snow so fast that by Eight in the morning the ground was thick covered with it, but afterwards it made severall heavy showers of Sleet from N. W. that melted it all before night: paid Rhŷs Bentir’s wife i5d.for a quarter of Veal·
iith.  The Wind N. W. blowing fresh, very cold & drying well, & generally Sun Shiny all day, but the ground excessive wet; My people this week finished sowing the Winter corn.
12th. [There is a mark in the margin opposite this entry that looks like a vertical stick with an aura around it sw]  The Wind S. W. blowing fresh, and raining exceeding hard from 2 in the morning till 5 without the least intermission; made severall showers afterwards before noon, but the Evening was dry; Pd. Servants wages 5L. iis. 6d.
13th.  The Wind S. W. blowing fresh and drying well and generally Sun- shiny all day; LLanerchymedd Fair to day proved a good one, and muck Cattle bought, but the prices not so high as heretofore. 
14th.  The Wind S. W. blowing very moderate, Sun shiny, fair & pleasant all day; but it had made a very great rain sometime before day this morning. To Day my people begun to make a new ditch in the field adjoining to that last year, and plant it with haw thorn & Crab quick as they had done the 2 years before, onely with this difference, that the Bank where the quicksets are planted is entirely made of the under soil, the upper spit of mould being all within the bank : Ash trees are planed in this bank also .
15th.  The Wind S.W. very moderate, but dark cloudy weather all day, with some mizling rain about i, and more afterwards about 4 in the Evening.
16th. [There is a mark in the margin opposite this entry that looks like a vertical goblet with an aura around it sw] The Wind E. N.E. calm, cloudy and overcast all day, but made no rain : Sent by John ifan 42 pounds to Mr. Wm. Prichard of Carnarvan to pay to Mr. Carreg – trusteeof My Sister Edwards ’ Deed, which with ye ii0. left me by her is [4 sw]52.indischarge of part of my Mortgage: ye rest I am to pay to my Sister Catherine Bulkeley·   

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