December 8th.  The Wind S.W. and moderate and raining fre– quently during most part of the day; To Day I planted out my Tulip, Ranuncula and Anemony Roots .
9th  8● [this is written vertically immediately below '9th' sw] The Wind S. S. W. and blowing very moderate & attended with frequent showers of rain both in the morning and the Evening, but not heavy nor of long continuance: A pretty full Market to day at LLanfechell & a good deal of Butcher's meat.
10th.  The Wind W. and moderate in the morning, but cold; but blew high all the Evening and even stormy in the night,but made no rain except a very small shower about 3 in ye Evening I my Self am employed most part of this week in pruneing dressing & shaping my hollow Dwarf Apple Trees & Espaliers– that were grown out of all order; and my Gardiner is mucking & dressing the borders in the new Orchard: My hinds at the same work as last week in plowing up the fresh ground in Coydan Park: pd. 2/1 for Nails, to fasten in a frame the Picture of the Fame Priva- teer a Ship of Mr. Wright·
iith.  The Wind S.W. and very moderate in the morning, but blew fresh in the Evening and all night with a sharp Shower on the fall of night.
i2th.  The Wind S.S.W. blowing high all day, & generally cloudy & dark, most part of the Evening was stormy & all the night – exceedingly so, but continued dry all the time.
i3th.  The Wind W. & by S. blowing high & cold, especially in ye Evening and night, but generally Sun shiny & clear most part of this day: Pd. Salisbury the Butcher 6s. for a hind Quarter of Beef.
i4th.  The W^ind^ S.W. blowing fresh in the morning & generally dark & cloudy, the Evening calmer, & the night very calm; Gave is. [1/- sw] to William, Abraham Jones's Son who is Apprentice on board a Large Merchant at Liverpool, & who came home to see his Parents, & was returning back this day.
15th.  The Wind S. in the morning & blowing high & raining hard severall hours before day( as it did these 4 last days) about noon it came to W. & bl[ew sw] a great storm with abundance of rain & sleet by turns, wch. brought the wind to N.W. where it continued till 9 at night, and afterwards returned to its old station at S. W.

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