January 10th.  The Wind N.E. in the morning calm & serene_ with a hard frost & hoar frost, about 9 it came toS. & blew fresh & very cold. The Parson preached on Mat. Chap 11th. vers. 28th. Set out about 2 to LLysdulas in my way to the Quarter that begins toomorrow. came to LLysdulas by 5, made very heavy rain this night.
11th.  The Wind S. S. W. blowing fresh, hazy weather, with some small showers early in the morning, but from 10 to 5 in the Evening it rained incessantly, and that very hard, Set out for Beaumares about 2 in the Evening thro the great rain, and was there a little before 6. went imediately to Court, & adjourned to 8 the next day; raind very hard this night, & a great deal of snow fell sometime before day; pd. 7d. this night at my lodging .
12th.  The Wind S.E. raining hard early in the morning, the rest of the day dry, but very cold; kept the Court according to ye adjournment; and finished all the buisness by 7 at night. pd. at my lodging to day 3s. 8d. after Evening Court went along with Mr. Lewis to Mr. Briscoe the Collector of the Customs, where the Company made I believe about 12, we staid there till near 11 & drank very good Punch, gave the Servant 1s.
13th. The Wind S.W. blowing fresh, dry & fair in ye Morning – blew a meer Storm in the Evening, especially at night.  pd. for my man & horses 5s. 6d. Pd. the Barber 1s. gave ye Cryer 6d. & Set out of Town about 10 . & called at LLigwy in our way to LLysdulas.gave the maid there 6d.
14th.  The Wind S. very calm, and raining hard long before day & till 2 in the Evening, made afterward some rain in ye night
15th.  The Wind S. W. blowing high & very cold all day, was out a coursing with Mr. Lewis, Mr. Vick[a sw]rs & Parson Wms. and killed one Hare.

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