Here begins the year 1739 . 

March 25th.  The Wind E.N.E. cold & dry, & a great hoar frost this Morning the Day continued Sun- shiny & fair from first to last.

26th.  The Wind E. cloudy in the Morning & a great hoar frost,& very cold cleared up afterwards & was very fair, set out from LLysdulas – about 10 & came home by 12 much fatigued, gave in ye house 1s.
27th.  The Wind E. dry & fair, but very cold; haveing finished sowing all my Oats & pease, to day I begin to plow for Barley at Coydan to day I begin to sow my hay Seed in Cae'r C[af sw]nfa & Cae Meiri at Bodelwyn .

28th. 5● [this is written vertically immediately below '28th.' sw]  

The Wind S. and S.S.W. something calm but very cold dark and cloudy all day, but made no rain, a very poor Markett at LLannerchymedd both for Corn & Butcher's meat.

29th.  The Wind S. with a little mizling rain in the Morning, which was soon over, dark and cloudy all the rest of the day ——
30th.  The Wind S.W. cloudy dark weather & cold in the Morning the Evening something warmer, but dark & cloudy, very poor meat at LLanfechell Markett to day, & no great matter of Corn.
31st.  The Wind W. in the Morning, came to S.W. in the Evening, dark cloudy, cold weather all day ; my people at the same work of – plowing for, & Sowing Barley every day.
April ist.  The Wind S.W. dark and cloudy weather, and cold withall. but continues dry every day, & good working weather; made some warm showers in the Evening of this day.
2d.  The Wind N. blowing very cold, attended with very cold showers of rain and hail, & continued so most part of the day. 
3d. The Wind N.W. blowing high and excessive cold, accompanyed with heavy showers of hail most part of the day, and dark and cloudy– withall, the Sun seldom appearing; pd. the Collector of LLanddeusant Land Tax 1L. 8s. 8d. for my Lands in that parish.
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