December 18th.  The Wind W. very calm, cold & raw and raining all the morning, as it did all last night from 5 in the Evening without any intermission —– the Meadows all under water, the Evening fair & pleasant.   
19th. The Wind N.W. cold & raw all day, dark & cloudy, yet made no rain, the Parson preached oni.['on 1' sw]Cor . chap. 11th. vers.27.28.
20th.  The Wind E. raining in the Morning till 9. then fair & dry; about 2 in the Evening the Wind came to N.W. very cold & raw & the Air moist withall.
21st. 5● [this is written vertically immediately below '21st.' sw] The Wind N.W, blowing very cold, black driveing clouds with intervalls of Sun–shiny weather, the work upon the farm the same as last week, the Gardiner is a cleaning and preparing of ground to sow Pease & Beans the first Crop pd Ann Parry .the Dumb Woman 2s for knitting stockins at the rate of one penny a day.
22d.  The Wind W. & calm, indifferent cloudy & cold, the Markett at Llanerchymedd the Same as last week.
23d.  The Wind N.N.W. blowing a great storm all day with some showers of hail, & very cold. turned the Water over two other places in Cae'r Beudy in Bodelwyn to day. I set up the Gate (that Hugh Wms. of Llanerchymedd had made ) at the End. of the West Walk next the Wall garden . 
24th.  The Wind N.N.E. fair & calm, haveing freezed hard last ['last' is written in the margin sw] night, Yesterday & to day, Wethers, & Ewes were killed Both for my own use, & also to distribute some to the poor, Sowed Pease and Beans to day for the first time the work upon the farm the same as last week.
25th.  The Wind S.W. blowing high & stormy all day, & cold withall yet made no rain till <in the> night when it rained a great deal, The Parson preached in ye Plygain(as I was told,for I was not at it)on. Heb. Chap 2d. vers.16th.

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