Decr. 25th.  The Wind E. blowing moderately, dark & cloudy, yet very cold and freezing hard all day, as it did all last night. there was a Sermon in the Plygan as usuall, in the second service which lasted till past i in the Evening there was a Sacrament, and 112persons comunicated [there is a wavy line like this ˜ over the 'm' sw].


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The Wind E. very calm, sunshiny and fair, but very cold and freezing all day, as it did all last night —– pd. John David my Tenant at Ynys waelos in LLan - – drygarn 4 pound 19 Shillings & 4 pence for repairs on the Sd. tenement.

27th.  The Wind E.N.E cloudy and dark all day, and very cold towards night it grew calmer & warmer. gave 1s. to the two Post boys of Bangor & LLanerchmedd.
28th.  The Wind N. W. cloudy, dark & cold, made some showers of—- hail about 10 . & cold sleet about noon, which thawed a little and made it very slippery, all the Evening cold & raw ——
29th.  The Wind E.N.E. blowing high & exceeding cold, freezing hard all day, as it did I believe all last night.
30th.  The Wind E. blowing high cold & freezing, and in the Evening it made such snow that the Earth was entirely covered with it, which together with the freezing wind made the cold very intense, but nothing equall to the cold days in December 1739 .
31st.  The Wind E. & by N. blowing fresh & freezing cold all day ,& snowing at times, the Evening especially very cold.
Janr. 1st.  The Wind came to S.S.E about [5 sw] in the morning & blew a great storm, & rained briskly till past 8 wch. melted some of the snow. blew very hard in ye Evening & all night, & generally rained very hard all the time —

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