|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.|