November 8th.  The Wind N. W. blowing high, stormy & very cold all this day with some showers of sleet & rain in the Evening & a great deal of rain in the night.
9th.  The Wind W & by S. blowing moderate with a mizling – rain in the morning and the ground very wet: Paid Thomas Jones the fuller 5s. 3d. for fulling of Blankets, & paid Rhŷs- Bentir 6s. 3d. for Butcher's meat.
i0th.  The Wind W. blowing very high and exceeding stormy & cold all day and all night & made a great shower of sleet in the Evening.
iith.  The Wind W. blowing high, very cold & stormy all day &made some showers of hail & sleet this Evening also·
i2th.  The Wind W. very calm, Sun shiny clear & fair all this day till near 4 in the Evening when it begun to blow very stormy attended with great showers of hail & sleet almost all the rest of the day·
i3th.  The Wind W. & by N. blowing high, stormy & very cold all this day likewise; yet continued dry & without any rain: LLanerchymdd. Fair was very full of Cattle, but no great buying but old Cows for Butchers: My Man bought 2 steers of 3 year old for 9L. and a Single Ox of 4 year old for 4L. i2s. and 2 small yearling heifers for 3L. 3s.
i4th.  The Wind N. and little of it, sun shiny fair and pleasant all day and not very cold .
i5th.  The Wind N. and but little of it, yet cold tho sun shiny & dry all day:
i6th.  The Wind E & by N. and little of it, yet very cold haveing brought down a great deal of hoar frost last night, & freezed hard besides – This Day brings down my troublesom days to 68 years, Entring to day on the 69th. year of my Age: haveing very bad health all this last Sumer [there is a wavy line over the 'um' sw] & Autumn I did not expect to see this day. but Almighty God had preserved me hitherto ,whom I beseech to give me his Grace that in what ever state of health the remainder of my days may be I may pass it away in peace & that no sins unre- pented ^of^ may assault my Soul & disturb my peace: Amen: Paid Rhŷs Bentir 3s. for a Side of Mutton : & pd. Rolant ’ Bwiliam Rolant i5s. for i500 hundred (long hundred ) herrings for Salting for the people.

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