November 7th.  The Wind W. blowing high & very cold all day. but sun shiny & dry. This being a Sacrament Sunday, ye Parson called upon a new marryed Couple whom he had Just then Joined – to stay to comunicate [there is a symbol, like a comma on its back, above the 'm' sw]; but they being resolved upon another affair did not mind him, but hastened home to put in exceution what he had Just before told them was their Duty .
8th.  The Wind W. & by N. Sun shiny calm & fair, about ii I set out to visit Di[c sw]k Wms. the Parson of LLanfachreth; was not there till Sun set, haveing called at Cnewchdernog where I staid 3 hours to see my Cattle there; Pd. Thomas Hughes the Glaz[? sw] [? sw]s. mending the Windows·
9th.  The Wind W. & by N. calm sun shiny, fair & pleasant ^[atel sw]^ but very wet, haveing rained very hard last night, was a horse –back to day by 9 where we continued in the fields a coursing till night, haveing very good sport, & sat up till 12.
10th. The Wind N. N. E. very cold & sharp, Air; but sun shiny & calm, set out for home about 10 & was at my house by i. haveing staid sometime at Cnewchdernog. gave the maid at Llanfachreth 1s.
11th.  The Wind N. blowing fresh & very cold all day, brought home to day my Oxen from Cnewchdernog that I intend for sale next summer.
12th.  The Wind N. calm, sunshiny & warm all day, a poor Market to day at LLanfechell .
13th.  The Wind E. cloudy, dark & blowing high & very cold planted out Cauly flowers by the South wall to flower in the Spring & to try if I can get them to ripen their [Sud sw]. my people all this week employed in the same work as before.

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