November i9th.  The Wind E. blowing fresh & very cold, but sun shiny, fair and dry all day .
20th.  The Wind  E. very calm, Sun Shiny fair and warm all this day; it freezed a little last night & some hoar- frost: My people went again to plow the Pinfold that they had begun 9 days ago,(but left off by reason of the great rains ) which is now pretty dry .
2ist.  The Wind S.E. blowing moderate, Sun shiny & fair, it freezed pritty hard last night, & a very great hoar frost this morning, 
22d.  The Wind S. blowing very moderate, Some Sunshine, but dry all day and the Air cold and raw, yet it rained I believe most part of the night : pd. Rhŷs bentir 4s. 6d. for a Side ofMutton a quarter of Veal & the head: gave is. [1/- sw] Charity to a LLanrhuddlad man under the Doctor's hands.
23d.  The Wind S.S.W. blowing moderate, dark weather & raining very hard all the morning; & great part of the Evening: The – ground is extream wet .
24th.  The Wind S. calm, and raining in the morning, Some Sun shine from i0 to i , Rained again on the fall of night: The Priest preached on John Chap: 9th. verse 4th.
25th.  The Wind N. calm, cloudy & dark attended with frequent showers of rain & hail in the morning; the Evening likewise often rainy & overcast . pd. Lewis i5s. 6d. the remainder of all his wages·
26th.  The Wind N. blowing very moderate, but cold & attended with some showers of hail in the morning, the Evening dryer & fairer. A small Fair to day at LLanfechell & not half the Cattle in it as in ye last Fair. Pd. is. [1/- sw] for a hundred Oysters & gave 6d. charity ·
27th.  The Wind N. very calm and attended with frequent showers of hail in the morning ; but from ii to 2 in the Evening the Snow fell in such quantities that the ground was quite covered with it very thick,& freezed upon it this night pretty hard· gave 6d. Charity to a Lame woman from Pentraeth

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