❍ 10. [this is written in the margin opposite this entry sw] November 23d.  The Wind S. W. blowing fresh, cloudy & dark all day, but dry; on the fall of night the Wind came to N. W. blew very fresh & the night was light, clear & serene: Pd. 7d. 2/1 for Nails for the Joyner, pd. Thomas ab– Wm. Thomas LLoyd the Taylor 4s. for working for meand Ann Wright.
24th.  The Wind W. blowing moderate,cloudy and dark all day, & all the morning there were frequent showers of rain — To Day my people begun to fallow the rest of the fresh — ground in Coydan Park that was not plowed last year.
25th.  The Wind S.W. and very moderate, but a little cold & raw in the morning, the Evening much warmer, and all the day cloudy& dark & blowing fresh in the Night; Pd. for Butcher's meat 2s. 6d.
26th.  The Wind came about 2 this morning [? sw] N.W.& rained very hard for above 2 hours, blew very high & cold all day, but made no more rain, was generally cloudy & dark with some inter –vals of Sun Shine.
27th.  The Wind W. all day, very moderate,warm & some Sun shine, on the fall of night it began to blow fresh & came to the S. and blew fresh all night.
28th.  The Wind S. SW. blowing high all day and all the night,dark & cloudy , but made little rain in the day, but rained pretty much– about i0 in the night: Delivered Mr. Bulkeley the Priestofthis parish 20 pounds to pay Mr. Roberts of Bodiar's Interest upon his mortgage of Bodneva: Paid Abraham Jones 3l. iis. being his Sallary at present for keeping the Charity School– at LLanfechell.
29th.  The Wind S.W. blowing high, cloudy & dark and cold all day, but made no rain; finished to day all that I intend to do this year of faceing the Mear Hedg betwixt Brynclyni and Cae Maen Arthur & planting it with haw thorn: To Day The Parliament first met after concludeing the most infam –ous Peace that perhaps England ever saw .

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