Novr. 28th.  The Wind N. blowing a sharp gale, cold & dry all day; The Priest preached on John Chap 6th. verses 67 & 68.
29th. The Wind W. in the morning settled in S. W. in the Evening & rained hard from ii in ye morning till 2 or 3 next day; Pd. 1d.2/1 for Ale at Cemaes.

30th.    ❍ 10 [this is written in the margin below '30th.' sw]

The Wind E. in the morning with some frost,& a very great hoar frost, very calm all day, about noon it was overcast & made some dewy mizling rain, & the Wind settled at N.W. before night.

Decr. ist.  The Wind N.E. moderately calm, but cold & raw, & continued so all day: Pd. Jane Owen ye remainder of her wages in full to the 20th. of November last being 16 pounds 1 shilling.
2d.  The Wind E. calm, clear & serene, & freezing slow – ly all day, haveing made some frost last night.
3d.  The Wind N. E. blowing fresh. cold & freezing all day, haveing freezed hard last night , was out to day a looking for the hares that spoil my young trees in the Orchard, Saw but one which was killed by fair coursing  ·
4th.  The Wind E. & by N. blowing high & excessive – cold all day ; my people all this week at ye same work as before.
5th.  The Wind E. calm & clear, with a hard frost this morning; continued very cold all day.
6th.  The Wind E. calm, sunshiny & not cold in ye morning. grew very cold & chilly in ye Evening , & continued so all night.


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