December 19th.  The Wind W.SW. blowing fresh made no rain to day, nor I believe all this night, walked to day to Cemaes with Cousin Henry Hughes, spent 6d for ale at Mrs. Jones's house ye late Viccar's Widdow
20th.  The Wind W. rained a little about 8 in ye morning, fair & dry afterwards till 5 in ye Evening. a very great Markett at LLanvechell to day, begun to rain at 5 in ye Evening & rained excessively most part, if not all the Night. –
21st.  The Wind S.W. dark & cloudy, very cold raw weather, the Earth immoderately wet, made some rain about 10 this morning, fair all the rest of the day, but very cold, dark & raw weather–
22d.  The <Wind> W.N.W. a pleasant, dry & sun shiny day, but very cold, no sermon to day- Paid Owen John Rowland of Bodlwyfan one of ye Church wardens 16s. Church Mize, at the rate, of 4d. in the pound, for, Brynddu, Coydan, Bodelwyn, Ferem, Rhôs Garrog, & Tŷ tros y Mynydd in my own hands this year being unset. pd. 10d.2/1 for Ale
23d.  The Wind S.SW. made some frost this morning before day, dark cloudy weather all the day, about 8 in the Evening it begun to rain, & rained I believe all the night –
24th.  The Wind S.S.W raining hard all the Morning, the ground excessive wet, & continued raining till 5 in the Evening, left off for 2 or 3 hours, rained again at 9, and continued a great part of the night.
25th.  The Wind W. Christmas day a Clear Sun Shiny dry day, and continued so from first to last. The Old Popish superstitious custom of Celebrateing [Nesta Evans has 'celebrating' sw] the Birth of Christ by performing Divine service before Day by Candle light is still used here, as it is in most parts of this Countrey. the first Morning service begun here to day betwixt 5 & 6 of the Clock. the parson preached on Heb: Ch. 2d. vers. i6th
26th.  The Wind S. a very Blustering, tempestuous, stormy day, raining & blowing a high wind without intermission from 6 in ye morning. till 7 in the Evening when the great Storm was allayed –
27th.  The Wind W. calm & pretty fair in the Morning, about 2 in ye Evening the Wind ris and blew a Storm & rained excessive great Showers most part of the Night. Pd. Hen. Lewis ye Taylor of Beaumares [? sw]  

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