January 23d.  The Wind S.W. dark cloudy weather raw & cold, but made no rain till night, when it made severall showers. pd. Mr. Wright 5s. to discharge the freight of the goods.
24th.  The Wind varying very often this day from S.W. to N.W. & N. rained excessive hard from 4 in the Morning till 9. then left off till i in the Evening when it rained for 2 hours like a deluge, made severall showers afterwards in the night.
25th.  The Wind S.W. dark & cloudy & calm in the Morning till 9, then Sun shiny fair & pleasant till 2 in the afternoon when it made some small showers of hail, fair afterwards till night when it madesever= -all showers of Rain, Sent to day to LLanerchmedd Fair by Wm. Davies 5L. to pay Mrs. Lucy Wynn one year's Interest due since last Febr.
26th.  The Wind W. raining very hard about 5 this – morning, the rest of the day dry, calm & pleasant. pd. Wm. Griffith of Kŷtt & Gabriel Jones Joint owners of the Cloxan 1L. 11s. 3d. the residue of the money due to them for the Coal I bought of them.
27th. The Wind W.S.W. dark & cloudy, but made no rain till 4 in the Evening it made a mizling rain, & rained afterwards most part of the night; my servants most of this week employed in plashing & fenceing the hedge about the Old & new Orchard;

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28th.  The Wind S.W. very calm, dark & cloudy close weather, and the ground excessive wett; a great congregation to day at LLanfechell Church, The Parson preached on Mat. Chap iith. vers. 28th. the same dry insipid discourse as usuall.


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