Decr. 23d.  The Wind came to S. W. about 2 or 3 a clock this morning from N.˙W where it had been all the day before & had freezed at the beginning of the night and a prodigious thick hoar frost as early as 10 a clock, it blew fresh from S. W. from that time all the rest of the day and rained likewise- more or less tho not very heavy all the day : My people all— this week are plowing the fresh Sand ground at Bodelwyn. paid Roger Hughes i4s. for a Pegget of Barley. Paid my Sister – Catherine likewise Eleven pounds part of her Interest money
24th.  The Wind W. and blowing pretty fresh, & cold raw weather, yet was dry all day: pd. Lewis Wms. 3s. 6d. being the remainder of his — Summer ’s wages.
25th.  The Wind variable from N. to W. all day, blowing moderate generally Sun Shiny, fair & dry all day: Ninety Seaven persons comunicated [there is a cupped line over the 'm' sw] to day at LLanfechell Church.
26th.  The Wind W. & by S. blowing fresh with a heavy driveing rain from long before day till near 2 in the Evening, the rest of ye day was dry & blowing high; gave LLanerchymedd Post boy 6d.
27th.  The Wind N. & by E. blowing ^high^ and very cold all day, but made little or no rain all the day.
28th.  The Wind N. E. blowing very moderate, and generally SunShiny and fair all day and drying well: Paid Wm. Prŷs the Carpenter 4s. for a Slêd he made for me with his own timber: To Day I first gave my Out lying Oxen hay this year · gave 6d. to the blind woman of LLanfairynghornwy.
29th.  The Wind E. blowing moderate, generally dark & cloudy, and very cold all day but continued dry .
30th.  The Wind E. calm, dark & cloudy, but very cold, haveing feezed last night & a great hoarfrost this morning on the ground — gave 6d. to Porthaethwy ferrymen & 6d to Moel y Don — ferrymen

the End of the year 1752 [this is written in the margin opposite this entry sw]  

3ist.  The Wind E.N.E. calm, cloudy & dark weather & very cold, yet freezed but little last night: about 3 in the Evening I set out for LLysdulas to pay a Visit to my Brother Lewis.

January ist. i753  The Wind N. blowing moderate, dark & clo[u sw]dy weather& cold – but dry all day: Mr. Lewis had a good deal of Company, &feasted decently merry, tho most of them sat till late at night·

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