Decr. 11th.  The Wind SE in the morning, clear & serene with some frost, came to S.S.W in the Evening, became dark & cloudy from that time, but made no rain.
12th.  The Wind S.W in the Morning & it begun to rain about 5 in the Morning, & rained very hard from that time till i0. fair afterwards, but dark & cloudy, & very cold & raw weather . Delivered this Night into the hands of Rowland ap Wm. Probert of — Tyddyn Prŷs 33L. 6s. 20L. of which to be pd Mr. Wm Parry of Dublin for my Daughter's board, 7L. 5s. to be pd my Daughter for her pocket money, 5L. for Mr Parry's Rents. & 1L. 1s. to buy a Quarter of Beef.
13th.  The Wind S.W. Cold raw weather, but dry till night when it rained (I believe)most part of the night.
14th.  The Wind S. W. in the Morning, & W N.W. in ye Evening not so cold as yesterday, yet the wind blowing fresh Dick my Gardiner, Alias Owen Ara all these days a fenceing about the young trees in Cae Tŷ'n y llwyn–
15th.  The Wind W. & by N. sharp & cold, but dry all day –
16th.  The Wind S.W. blowing fresh, but made no rain – till night when it rained a good deal & the wind continued high, a very great Market to day at LLanfechell, 9 or 10 Carcases of Mutton & 2 Veals all sold in the markett .
17th  The Wind S. & raining more of less all day long, but not very heavy my people all this week, as before, fallowing at Coydan

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