October 27th.  The Wind E. blowing fresh & drying well all this day with some Sun shine: pd. is. 6d. for aPint of Spirit of Wine & the bottle.
28th.  The Wind E. blowing fresh, Sun shiny, fair & pleasant & drying well all this day also.
29th.  The Wind E. blowing moderate, for the most part Sun shiny, and drying well all day, but made pretty much rain in the night. Paid is.9d. for a Side of Mutton & 6d. for a Calf's head to Rhŷs Bentir.
30th.  The Wind S.E. very calm & generally Sun Shiny. & very sultry .all day & a great fog and hoar frost this night: My people have- ing done mucking Cae ’Rhyd y Gaseg on wednesday were these 3 last days plowing it & sowing wheat therein.
3ist.  The Wind S.E. calm, sun Shiny, warm, fair & pleasant all the morning; the Evening was generally cloudy, yet made no rain: The Priest preached on John's ist. Epist. Chap: 5th. verse 3d.
November ist.  The Wind S.W. calm & for the most part sun shiny and fair, and dry all day; haveing finished Sowing wheat in Cae Rhŷd y Gaseg, my people begun to day to plow for Rye in the Pinfold by Cerrig yr Eirin.
2d.  The Wind W. S.W. and blowing very moderate; cloudy and dark weather, but dry till near 4 when it rained very hard for near and hour, and made very heavy rain & of long continuance – some-time in the night & before day.
3d.  The Wind W. & W & by N. Some Sun shine but cloudy and dark generally; was dry this day till 4 when it made a sharp shower and rained again in the night.pd. Marged ’chuw Morus 3s.i0d.for Meat.
4th.  The Wind W. blowing moderate&drying well till night when it rained hard which brought the Wind before day to N.W. & blew high &Stormy·
5th.  The Wind N. W. blowing very high & stormy all day & attended with frequent showers of sleet & hail & very cold all day ; LLanfechell Fair to day proved but an indifferent one. Pd. iL. 5s. 6d. wages amongstmy Servants.
6th   ❍ 10 [this is written vertically in the margin under '6th' sw]    The Wind N.W. blowing high & very cold, but made no showers of any kind this day: My people haveing finished sowing Rye were employed in carrying Muck to Cae'r Sgubor in Bodelwyn the rest of this Week·

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