|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.