March 22d.  The Wind N.W. cold & dry, and fair and dry my people harrowing Oats every day, too wet for plowing as yet. my servants employed in mending some gaps in the Park wall that had fallen, made a fresh Hot_Bed to day to transplant Mellons & Cucumber into it out of the Old Bed.
23d.  The Wind S. made a great shower of rain in the Morning, mizling Dirty weather all the morning afterwards, wch. continued in the same manner most part of the Day–
24th. The Wind N. very wet and dirty, haveing rained – prodigious hard about 2 a clock in the morning, and rained more or less till 8. dark, cloudy, close weather all the rest of the Day, a poor Fair to day at LLanerchymedd, very little asking, & less buying, the generall complaint being, want of money — And here Ends the year 1736.
March 25th. 1737. Here begins the year 1737—– The Wind N.N.W. fair & sun-shiny in the Morning, the Evening dark & close & cloudy with some showers of rain

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