February 5th.  The Wind S. calm, dark cloudy weather & very cold and raw all day and rained very hard about 7 at Night: The Curate Priest preached on Heb: Chap: iith. verse 6th. as usuall·
6th.  The Wind E.N.E. calm and for the most part Sun shiny & fair and dry all this day.
7th.  The Wind S. blowing moderate, cloudy & dark with some rain and very cold and raw all this day.

8th.    5● [this is written vertically in the margin below '8th.' sw] 

The Wind S. blowing moderate, cloudy , dark weather and cold and raw, but dry all this day, but made a good deal of rain in the night. Mobbing has been so frequent this winter in this Countrey & severall Ship loads of Corn, butter & Cheese have been publickly stole & carryed —– away and the greatest part of it never sold at all & what was sold was next to Nothing, Barley at is. [1/- sw] a Pegget, Butter at id. [1 penny sw] & some for 2/1 a pound and the Cheese at the same rate: The New Justices, Viz Sr. N. Baily, Jones of Henllys, Brisco the Collector of Beaumares, LLoyd of Hirdrefaig & Na[ngh sw] of LLoydiart are greatly suspected to encourage and to set them o[n sw], that ever Since last Hillary Quarter they have adjourned the Quarter to the Shire hall of Beaumares every week ever since, where all the farmers that have sold any corn & those that bought it have been severall times sum – - oned to attend at the perill of their lives from a Mob of 2· or 300 who fill the Hall & insult and abuse all those attending there upon their Sumons [there is a looped line over the 'm' sw] who are kept there to answer to ^the same^ questions asked them over & over by those threatening inquisitors who from the Bench bully them, while the rude Mob behind insult and abuse them, when between threats, noise & insults they at last are so tired and con– founded that they confess on themselves & are accordingly convicted & unmercifu[l sw]ly [Nesta Evans gives 'unmercifully' sw] fined

9th.  The Wind S.W.very calm, cloudy & dark weather all day & raining almost all the morning, the Evening was dry, yet very dark & unpleasant · Pd.9s. for a Bushell of March Wheat·
i0th.  The Wind S. blowing moderate, cloudy & dark almost all this day & made some showers of rain about noon: there was not a bit of Butcher's meat in LLand– fechell Market this day likewise: Paid i8s. for 6 pound weight of Tea, & 34s– id.2/1 for i0 Gallons of Wine.
iith.  The Wind S. blowing moderate, cloudy dark weather with some rain this day also, and made great rain in the night: My people all this week were fencing fields to fold the Cattle in Sumer: [there is a curlicue over the 'm' sw] they finished one at Coydan, & the other they are now fenceing at Cefn y Groes .
i2th.  The Wind S. in the morning, blowing fresh & raining almost all the morning and particularly about noon it rained very heavy which brought the wind to W.N.W. and blew Very high & stormy all the rest of the day and all night·

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