May i2th.  The Wind S. blowing very fresh and often very high and stormy, but made but little rain all this day: pd. 3d. for fish .
i3th.  The Wind S. blowing fresh & raining very hard about 3 in ye Morning and afterwards much harder about 7, whatever it did afterwards in the night: Pd. 6d. for 2 Lobsters, & paid Marged ’chuw Morus 2s. 2d. for a Side of ordinary Veal: Delivered John Wm. Sion Owen 2is. to buy me half hundred flower, and a Sledge, & delivered likewise a bag to put the flower in: Delivered also to Thomas ye Slater- 3L. 3s. to be paid Wm. Peter to lay out in Carnarvan for Lime&slates to be brought to Cemaes·
i4th.  The Wind S. blowing very moderate, yet raining pretty hard – before day, and was dark cloudy & cold & no sun appearing till ii but Evening was dry, Some sun shine & very pleasant: My people were every of this week plowing for & harrowing in barley, yet there is some still unfished.
i5th.  The Wind W. & by S. blowing very moderate & not cold, yet dark & cloudy and rain[in sw]ed very hard about 8, the rest of the day was dry.
i6th.  The Wind N.W. blowing pretty fresh & cold, yet sun shiny, dry and pleasant all day: paid Richard Williams of Wylva 22s. for half pegget of poor ordinary Rye : & delivered Mrs. Parry of Bodelwyn 2s. to give Wm. Wms. son to My late kinsman Owen Wms. who is apprentice to a Plumer [there is a cup-shaped line over the 'm' sw] & glazier at Carnarvan.
i7th.  The Wind E.N.E. blowing moderate, yet very cold; Sun shiny & pleas- ant in the morning & till 4 in the Evening when it grew dark and overcast, but made little or no rain .

i8th.  2● [this is written vertically in the margin below 'i8th.' sw]

The Wind E. calm, cloudy and dark all the morning till near noon when the Sun appeared for about an hour & afterwards grew cloudy & dark again & brought the wind first to W, and afterwards settled at S. but contin- ued dry all the rest of the day.

i9th.  The Wind S. blowing moderate, but something cold all the morning & dark and cloudy withall till near 5 in the Evening the Sun Shined & was fair and pleasant for the rest of the day: Pd. John Hughes of Marrian 5 pound 4 shillings for Iron & Salt bought of him since the beginning of October last except i5s. worth of Clover seed that is included in that sum. [there is a curly line over the 'm' sw]
20th.  The Wind S. & by E[. sw] blowing very moderate, cloudy and dark weather yet the air warm, Pd. Wm. Sion Parry i4d. for the four quarters of a kid, & Pd. Rhys Bentir i3d. for a quarter of poor Veal and the head .

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