December 6th.  The Wind W.&by S. blowing moderate, verydark cold & raw weather with frequent showers of heavy rain almost all this day also. 
7th.  The Wind W. & by N. blowing fresh & very cold, & generally dark cloudy weather, but dry all this day: Paid 2s. 8d. for Postage with a double Letter I sent to my Daughter at Leghorn in answer to 4 received from her one on the back of another complaining of the unheard of cruelty & persecution she undergoes there ever since the Death of her husband by one Evelin who had Married Phillipa Wright his Daughter by a former wife, who by his great influence in yt fact[? sw] & Interest with the Consul, claiming all Wright's effects aspretending to be due him onely by the laws of that Countrey had the Consul's leave to seize on all she had, & that she is now destitute of every thing,lodging with the Woman who had come over from liverpool along with her
8th.  The Wind S. calm, cloudy & dark weather & raining almost all day· gave is. [1/- sw] betwixt the Curate & clark at the burying of Agnes Hughes of Bwchanan: & pd. Samuel Jones iL. 2s. 8d. for 4 Gallons of butter.
9th.  The Wind· W. & by N. blowing very fresh & cold & generally cloudy and dark weather but dry all this day: Pd. Rhŷs Bentir 2s.8d. for a Side of Mutton .
i0th.  The Wind N.E. calm, sunshiny , fair & dry all this day likewise My people all this week were fallowing the sand ground at Coydan.
iith. 8 ● [this is written vertically in the margin below 'iith.' sw]     The Wind S. calm, cloudy & ^dark^ weather almost all this day,yet it made no rain: The Parson Priest preached on Prov: Chap: 22d. and verse 6th.
i2th.  The Wind S. calm, cloudy dark weather with a mizling rain all the morning; the Evening was generally dry. 
i3th.  The Wind W. & by N. blowing moderate, some sun shine, & dry all – this day. Pd. Sion ifan 2L. i3s. of this year's wages ·
i4th.  The Wind S.W. calm, cloudy & dark weather & raining a dirty- mizling cold rain most part of the day .Pd.Margt. i6s. being ye remainder of her Sumer's [there is a line over the 'm' sw] wages · 
i5th.  The Wind N. W. blowing very fresh & cold, generally Sun shiny till noon when it grew dark & overcast & blew very high about 3, & from - that time till past 6 at night blew very stormy and tempestuous.
i6th.  The Wind N. W. blowing generally high & very cold, cloudy & dark, yet dry all this day also: Pd. Ellin Lewis 20s. in full of her last Sumer's [ there is a curly line over the 'm' sw] wages ·
i7th.  The Wind N. blowing fresh & exceeding cold, Sun shiny & fair for most part of this day: My people at the same work this week as the last·

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