December 26th.  The Wind E. calm, cloudy and dark weather all this day and very cold, with a slow frost.
27th.  The Wind W. blowing very moderate, cloudy &overcast, and exceeding cold; a slow frost still continues, & no hoar frost this morning: gave Holy head Post boy 6d. Pd. 3s. for a pound weight of Tea; Sent is. to a burying at LLanerch medd and paid Owen ’ Bwiliam Owen 3s. for two Corn Shovels.
28th.  The Wind S.S. E. blowing moderate, dark cloudy weather and exceeding cold and raw with some appearance of a thaw, gave 6d. to the Ferrymen of Porthaethŵy.
29th.  The Wind E. blowing very moderate but exceeding cold and raw weather, made very heavy rainsome time before day - but freezed a little afterwards before morning & made a shower of hail which was not melted all day tho the sun shined veryfair gave 2s. to poor Sufferers by fire in Sutton parish in Cheshire and gave John fur Sice [presume this is 'Fursize' who's been previously mentioned sw] a broken Scotchman is. [1/- sw] made a heavy shower of rain about 9: this night & freezed pretty hard afterward before day
30th.  The Wind S. E. calm and generally Sun shiny & fair & thawing gently and not very cold this day tho the hoar frost was very thick this morning: gave is. [1/- sw] to Llanerchymedd Post Boy·
3ist.  The Wind E. S.E. very calm, cloudy & dark thawing weather, but exceeding cold & raw all day: gave 2s. to a Son of my Nephew & old- friend Owen Wms. the Glazier late of Llanerchmedd, who is Apprentice to a Glazier & Plumer [there is a wavy line over the 'm' sw] at Carnarvan: And thus ends the year i756.

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