October 2d.  The Wind N. & by W. fair & dry, but dark, cold weather, the Parson preached on Mat. Chap.7th. vers 21st. a very unedifying insipid discourse in my Judgment.
3d.  The Wind N. & by E. fair, sun-shiny & dry generally speaking [there is a symbol like a leaf or a feather in the margin opposite this entry sw] tho it made some showers, & blew a rank storm most part of the night.
4th.  The Wind N & by E. with cold showers of rain till near 9 in the morning, the Evening fairer, but cloudy & cold.
5th.  The Wind S.E. cold raw weather, and raining very hard at times, my people still at the same work of carrying Sand, and two of them scattering it. the Markett at LLanerchymedd much the same as all last Sumer [there is a line over the 'm' sw], (Viz) Barley from 10 to 12s a Pegget, Rye & Pilcorn from 15 to 17s a pegget, Wheat from 24 to 27s. a pegget, tho the Corn-Merchants in this Countrey that buy by Commission for Corn - Factors in - Leverpool & Warrington give for the Barley from 14 to 17s. a Pegget. 
6th.  The Wind E.S.E. fair & pleasant, to day I begun to carry Dung on Cae Pen yr âllt in Bryn-Clynnu, and my ing[? sw]nious [? sw] broke my Cart by Noon: so that I am forced to borrow one to finish my work. 
7th.  The Wind S.E. & by S. dark & cloudy in the morning, and the Evening fair- sun–shiny & pleasant, pd. 2s. 4d. for Herrings at the rate of 18d a hundred.
8th.  The Wind S.S.W. blowing high very early in the Morning, and raining hard from 5 in the Morning till 9, the rest of the d[r sw]y - pretty dry, but dark & cloudy, my people still at the same work.
9th.  The Wind S.W. this day had variety of weather, cloudy & sun-shiny by turns, but made no rain all day, nothing else remarkable

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