October 7th.  The Wind S. blowing fresh, cloudy & dark we^a^ther all day with some little mizling rain in the Evening: My people all this week were carting Muck upon the fallowed ground in Cae Carreg Ddafydd to pre - – pare it for wheat.
8th.  The Wind S. blowing moderate, cloudy, dark weather and raining more or less almost all this day & all this night: The Parson Priest preached on 2: Cor: Chap: 3d. verse 5th.
9th.  The Wind N. E. blowing very high & stormy long before day & till 7 in the morning attended with frequent showers of sleet and hail all the morning: the Evening was dry,but the Wind high and very cold .
i0th.  The Wind W. blowing moderate, generally Sun shiny & dry till 4 in the Evening when it brought down a very heavy shower of hail of an extraordinary large size·
iith.  The Wind W. blowing moderate, Sun Shiny fair & dry all this day: Paid Jane Wms. of Cemlyn i2s. 6d. for a measure of Wheat bought of her last winter.
i2th.  The Wind N.E. blowing moderate, Sun shiny fair & dry, yet blowing very cold all this day: my people these 4 last days were makeing a ditch with in side of Cae'r LLoriau [? sw]ing on Cae- maen Arthur & planted Ash, Sycamore, Black Cherries & Elm on the verge of the ditch within the hedge or bank ·
i3th.  The Wind N. E. blowing very moderate, Sun shiny fair & dry, yet blowing very cold, there was frost upon the water this morning, and a very great hoar frost: There was not one bit of Butcher's meat in LLanfechell Market this day: Paid Thomas Jones 3s. 8d. for fulling 44 yards of Cloath of the Poor: being what is called half dressing & Pd. Wm. Prichard 2s. for weaving Blankets.
i4th.  The Wind E. blowing very fresh & cold, & generally Sun Shiny & dry allday: all my people this day were ferning .
i5th.  The Wind E. blowing high & very cold & generally cloudy & dark, but dry all this day also.
i6th.  ❍5 [this is written vertically in the margin below 'i6th.' sw]  The Wind E. blowing high & scorching & generally Sun shiny all this day; Paid John Hughes of Hen Blâs iL. 7s. 4d. being the two first quarterly payments of the land tax for my lands in my own holding (viz) Brynddu, Coydan, Bodelwyn & ferem[; sw] and paid him likewise iL. 3s. 3d. being half of the Window Tax collected now at the Michaelmas quarter.

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