Decr. 6th.  The Wind S. very cold, dark & cloudy, but made but little rain all day. the Earth extream wet & dirty.
7th.  The Wind S.W very cold dark cloudy weather, with very frequent showers of heavy rains, about 5 this Morning it made prodigious showers of hail, rain, Thunder and Lightning which continued for above an hour. 
8th.  The Wind N.W. cold and dry & very fair all day till night, when it rained very hard almost all night.
9th.  The Wind S.W dark and cloudy all day, but made but little rain, my people all this week (when much rain did not hinder ) a fallowing for Barley at Coydan, gave 6d Charity to a poor man of LLanrhuddlad whose wife was bed rid _
10th.  The Wind W.S.W. dark cloudy weather in the Morning clearer & fairer in the Evening, but made a good deal of rain in the night.
11th.  The Wind S. dark & cloudy & moist hazy weather all day, and rained hard allmost all night, my Servants employed these days in makeing a Pinfold at Coydan to fold the Cattle in Sumer[there is a line over the 'm' sw].
12th.  The Wind E.N.E. a calm, fair clear day, and dry, and continued so all day, pd. 6d for Whiteings.
13th.  The Wind E. calm & fair, with a great hoar frost, and some frost besides, continued fair all day.
14th.  The Wind N.E. calm & Cloudy, freezed something hard last night; ❚zzzz❚zzzz❚zzzz❚zzzz❚zzzz❚zzzz❚zzzz❚zzzz❚zzzz❚zzzz❚zzzz❚zzzz❚zzzz❚zzzz❚zzzz❚zzzz❚zzzz .
4❍ = [this is written in the margin opposite '15th.' sw]    15th.  The Wind N.E. dark, cloudy & sharp cold wind, but did not freez a very full markett to day at LLanfechell, & plenty of provisions of all kind. pd. Wm. Griffith Master of the Cloxan 1L. 2s. 6d. to pay ye Duty of Coal I bought of him, & 2s. to give the Officer for dispatch.

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