Decr. 27th.  for makeing me two Coats and a Breeches, & altering of some other cloaths. Pd. Robert Wms. late Tenant at Tyddyn y Sili[e sw]d 2s. 6d. for repairing Sd house, which should have been done by Lodwick Jones, of whom I am to be reim bursed–
28th.  The Wind W.NW. blowing a great storm & very cold with some showers of rain, the Earth excessive wet, no stirring out of the house without being ankle deep either in water or dirt, continued afterwards without raining till 2 in ye Morning when the Wind came to S. & rained ye remaining part of the night

29th ∣2❍ [this is written vertically in the margin immediately below '29th' sw]  

The Wind E blowing pretty fresh, dark & cloudy & raining all the morning, excessive wet and dirty – came about noon to N.E. yet continued raining the rest of the day & till far in the night a small number of Communicants to day at LLanfechell being 46. or 47. collected for the poor at the Sacrament 3s. 6d. gave 1s to the Said Collection –   

30th.  The Wind N.∎ blowing a great storm all the morning as it did most of last night _continued dry all this day & night —
31st.  The Wind came about from N. to S.W. 5 a clock this morning when it begun to rain, and rained without intermission till 2 in the Evening, all the night fair & starry, gave 6d. to the Post boy of LLanerchymedd –
Janr. ist.  The Wind full west, a fair, calm sun-shiny day, a pretty great congregation at LLanfechell Church, the Parson gave notice that a Vestry would be held on fryday the tenth Instant to consult about the repairs of the Church. Paid Jane Owen my House keeper her year's wages being 4l. gave her 5s [there is a line under 'her 5s' and a bit beyond it sw] New year's gift. gave Roger Hughes the Sexton 1s. new year's <gift>
2d.  The Wind S.S.W. blowing high & stormy all day, the sky overcast & cloudy withall, begun to rain a Mizling rain about i in ye afternoon Pd Owen Wms. the Curate of LLangallo, one of Tho: Jones ye Taylor's Executors, 3l. 16s. being 2 years rent for Tyddyn Wm. Pugh Lewis in my holding, that is part of Croes-fechan lands in Mortgage to Thomas Jones –

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