December 25th.  The Wind N. calm, sun-shiny & fair all day, and a pretty hard frost this morning, and the heaps of old Snow continues still unmelted.
26th.  The Wind S.W. calm in the morning dark, cloudy & very cold & raw, about 2 in the Evening the wind blew high & rained hard & very cold, To Day my people discharged some Coal on board Humphrey - Mostyn's Boat, but as the Tide was cross, the rest is left to another day; Pd. 1s. for one hundred of Oysters .
27th.  The Wind S. cloudy, dark, cold & raw weather, and it begun to rain about 2 in the Evening, & rained very hard from that time till 7 at night: gave 6 pence to LLanerchmedd Post Boy.
28th.  The Wind W. very fair and Sun-shiny all day, and a great congregation at LLanfechell Church; gave 6d. to Bangor Post Boy .
29th.  The Wind S.W. blowing fresh and raining hard long before day and untill 12 at noon; the Evening dry, but dark, cold & raw .
30th.  The Wind S.W. generally very calm, it begun to rain about 5 in the Morning and rained very hard till 8; and tho it continued raining all the rest of the day it was not half so violent as that before day, the Night dry till I went to Bed .
31st.  The Wind W. and by S, with a Brisk gale, fair & dry all day after sun rise, but made very heavy rain from 5 in the morning till 7 or 8 . yet the Snow is not quite melted yet; My people this week are fallowing the Pinfold at Cefn y Groe[s sw] planted some Beans & pease & sowed some Carrots to day.

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