April 2d.  The Wind N. & by E. high & stormy with a very hard frost this morning & excessive cold all day, especially in the Evening, exceeding for cold any day in the last winter the Water freezing in the house : there was about 80 that communicated to day at LLanfechell Church.

3d. Easter Day. [this is written in the margin below '3d.' sw] 

The Wind N. & by E. calm, dark & cloudy, but cold and chilly, haveing freezed hard last night . made feathered snow from 7 to 9 but melted as soon as fallen which brought the Wind W. and was much warmer; 188 persons received the Sacrament this morning at LLanfechell, The Priest in the Evening preached on Phil : Chap. 3d. vers 10th. Yesterday was the first time for my Son to appear as Barrister in this Circuit.

4th.  The Wind E. in the morning, but by noon it was at N. tho not very cold, yet hailing before day, the Sun shined pretty — much to day till 5 in the Evening it became overcast, and about 9 at night it [rained sw] feathered snow that covered the Earth before i0. pd. Wm. Prichard of Maes mawr 7s. 10d. Church mize for my lands in this parish at 2d a pound.
5th.  The Wind N.E. blowing fresh and excessive cold all day accompanyed with frequent showers of feathered snow and hail morning & Evening Pd. Hugh Wms. of [tan sw] y [lan sw] Collector of the land tax for LLanddeusant 28s. 8d. for the 2 last — quarterly payments to Lady day last for my lands in that parish.
6th.  The Wind N. & by W in ye morning, & snowing most part of it, came to W. in the Evening & rained very hard which brought it before night to N.W. 

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