January i8th.  The Wind E. blowing fresh,very cold and freezing hard all day, as it did all last night,so that there is no plowing.
i9th   ❍7 [this is written vertically below 'i9th' sw] The Wind E. blowing high and stormy, excessive cold and freezing hard all.day; about ii it began to snow, & continued to snow all the time from that time till 10 at night, yet not very hard, so that the ground was quite covered when I went to bed.
20th.  The Wind E. calm and raining all the morning till near i0· which melted most part of the Snow, made some rain afterwards in the beginning of night.
2ist.  The Wind E. blowing pretty fresh and cold, but made no rain – to day, some of the snow is still on the ground unmelted·
22d.  The Wind E· blowing fresh, cloudy and dark all day, but brought nothing down, neither snow nor rain, but was very cold: pd. i8d.for a fore quarter of Mutton·
23d.  The Wind E. blowing very fresh and exceeding cold yet did not begin to freeze till night; when it freezed very hard, & yet the night was very dark·
24th.  The Wind E. calm, cloudy & overcast, about 8 it began to bring down snow and snowed very hard without intermission till 2 in the Evening when the ground was quite covered a con– siderable debth and freezed in the night upon it·
25th.  The Wind S. W. calm and thawing a little in the Sun, but — made some snow this day again and freezed in the night: Paid Owen Hughes the Smith's Bill being 17 shillings: Paid also to Robert Griffith 8 shillings being the remainder of his last Sumer's [there is a line over the 'm' sw] wages which he said he had not received of William Davies, tho had parted from hence since the 2d. of last november·
26th.  The Wind S.E. and blowing very moderate & thawing all day & all night without rain: The Priest preached on Prov: Chap: 22d. verse 6th.
27th.  The Wind S. W. blowing moderate, generally cloudy & dark,but made no great rain till 6 in the Evening when it rained hard, which it continued for most part of the night.
28th.  The Wind S.S. W. calm & raining hard, & that incessantly from – long before day till 3 in the Evening, dry afterwards the rest of the day. gave Wm. Prichd. of Cnewchdernog ’s wife 5s. for comeing hither to show my Servant the way of her Countrey in salting beef. gave Rhŷs Bentir is. [1/- sw] for for killing the Cow & Cutting it.

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