Sepr. 26th.  The Wind N.N.E. generally sun shiny & fair, tho it made 2 or 3 showers in the morning, & one for near half an hour, no Sermon to day, tho there was one due .
27th. The Wind N. in the morning, it came to W.N.W. in the Evening; dark, cloudy & cold raw weather all day . 
28th.  The Wind N.W. cold & raw, with frequent showers of rain almost all day, tho of no long continuance.
29th.  The Wind N.E. blowing high & stormy & very cold all — day, & at the same time Sun shiny and clear. the 19th. Inst was buryed near Bristol(where he had gone for the recovery of his health)Mr. Hugh Owen, of Penrhose, he left —— behind him a Widdow & one Girl about 6 weeks old
30th.  The Wind N.E. very stormy, but dry all day. This day my tame Colt Iago was gelt.
Octr. 1st.  The Wind W. S.W. blowing fresh, cold & raw, but made no rain; They took abundance of Herrings this morning in Cemaes bay . Gave 2s. 6d. Charity to Wm. Jones of Bodwigan .who is very poor.
2d.  The Wind W. S. W. blowing moderately & warm in the morning; but cloudy & dark, about i in the Evening it began to blow hard & rain, and before 3 it blew a rank storm, and rained excessive hard all ye Evening.

3d. 3 ❍ [this is written in the margin below '3d.' sw]

The Wind N. N. W. in the morning, when it blew about three a clock in the morning the greatest storm as ever I remember to have heard or felt; it rooted up one of my trees, broke severall of them in the — middle, besides the mischief it did to houses, slated & thatched, and hay & corn stacks which it broke & carryed of the thatch & scattered it abroad, so as never to find it.

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