Decr. 19th. the widdow of Hugh ap Wm. David, alias LLwydrew; the other is Elizabeth uch Huw Parry the Widdow of Michael Edward –to be buryed next Sunday.
20th.  The Wind S.E. fair & sun-shiny, calm and pleasant weather all day. I am now cutting the Willow poles in Cae'r Môch and sorting them for hoops of different Sizes.
21st.  The Wind S. blowing very high & stormy & begun to rain about 11 in the Morning which continued very hard for 3 hours, so that my Servants were forced to leave off plowing: the Evening dry & the Wind Allayed.
22d.  The WindS. calm & dry, but dark heavy weather; My Servts. all this week at the same work of plowing fresh ground which they finished to day.
23d.  The Wind N. moderately clear, but dry all day, a very great congregation at LLanfechell Church, & the parson pub— -lished the Sacramt. to be administred on next Sunday and not on Christmas day as usuall. 
24th.  The Wind E. and very cold, haveing freezed hard last night and a very great hoar frost this morning was out to day with the Dogs & Abraham with his Gun, but could see — neither Hare nor any other game.
25th.  The Wind E. very clear, sun-shiny & fair, but made no frost last night, but dryed well; and this night it freezed very hard.
26th.  The Wind E. clear & serene all day with a hard frost; gave the Post Boy of LLanerchmedd 6d. & delivered into ye hands of Owen Hughes of LLanddeust. Pedlar 6s. to buy me Seeds in Shrewsbury.
27th.  The Wind E. pretty high, & blowing very cold & freezing hard all day. pd. Griffith Rowland of Carreg lefn i8s.7d. for work over and above his Rent, my people are forced to break the Ice to have Water for the Cattle.

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