Novr. 23d.  stormy & raining all the Morning, the Evening more stormy, high Winds & rain all night till Morning, gave 13d. at the Collection in Peter's Church for the Charity boys–
24th.  The Wind W.S.W. a Dull cloudy day, raw & cold, rained in the morning, pd. 2d. for Ale.
25th.  The Wind S.W. close dark weather cold & raw, this day Patrick Welsh registered his Lease, pd. 9d for Ale.
26th.  The Wind S.E. a Cold raw day, Sold my Lands in Dunkitt to Dean Alcock for 126L. Ir. value, rained all the Evening very hard. pd. 3d. for Ale
27th.  The Wind S.S.W. raining very hard all the Morning, treated Mrs. Parry, her Daughter Miss Crook, & my Daughter to the Play called the Pilgrim, cost me 14s.6d. Eng. pd. 3d more & [5 sw]d for Tobacc[o sw]
28th.  The Wind S.W. it rained very hard before day, the Dean raised objections about the agreement, so that matter is at a stand.
29th. The Wind N.W. & very cold pd. 6d.[2 sw]/1 for a Firkin Cock. 2s Ir. for an Iron Coal box, & 4L. 7s. 6d Ir. for a piece of Linnen Cloath at 3s.6dIr. per yard
30th.  The Wind S.S.E. very cold & rained before day, heard a very good Sermon to Day at Peters–
Decr 1st.  The Wind S.S.W. Raw cold & hazy dirty weather to Day Mr. Lewis of LLysdulas his wife Sister & 3 servants came to Town.
2d.  The Wind W. cold & raw, went to see Mr. Lewis, neither he nor his Wife nor Sister asked for my Daughter. pd. 16s Ir for 2 yards of Cambrick. pd 3d for ale.


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The Wind N.E. and very cold, rained at the fall of Night pd 3d. for ale.

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