April the ist.  The Wind E. calm in the morning, blew a brisk gale in the Evening and most part of this day was sun shiny and fair.
2d.  The Wind E. blowing very fresh and cold & dark cloudy weather all day, with some rain about noon, & a great deal in the night: The Curate preached on John Chap.i7th verse 4th.

3d.  The Wind N. N.E. blowing fresh & very cold, cloudy & dark all day; Robert Evan my Servant haveing bought   ☞ [this pointing symbol is in the margin opposite this line sw]

for me and laid out for severall things in the year i757 the Sum [there is a swishy line over the 'm' sw] of Seaven pounds seaven shillings & 9 pence, I paid him the Said Sum [there is a cupped line over the 'm' sw] yesterday in full of all accounts Paid the Collector of the Land and Light tax 2L. 2s. i0d for the two last quarterly payments due at Lady day last: and pd. the Parson's land & light tax being iL. i8s. iid.

4th.  The Wind N. blowing fresh & exceeding cold attended with fre- –quent heavy showers of hail morning & Evening; LLanerchymedd - Fair had a great many Cattle in it and a great many sold for good rates: Pd. is. 4d. Postage for a Leghorn Letter·
5th.  The Wind  N. E. blowing fresh and exceeding cold, the ground this morning being thick covered with snow which had fell sometime last night, but was all in a manner melted before night·
6th.  The Wind W. & by N. blowing moderate, but very cold, cloudy & dark, about 5 in the Evening it begun to snow which it continued to bring down for near an hour when the ground was quite covered.

7th. ● 12 [this is written vertically in the margin below '7th.' sw]   

The Wind S. W. blowing pretty fresh & generally sun shiny and not cold, which melted all the snow by noon: To Day I – begun to sow Barley: Sent the Examinations I had taken about sundry fellonies together with the Recognizances taken of the Pro - secutors & wittnesses )to the Great Sessions that begun to day, by Mr. Dorset, & gave him 5s. for his pains: Pd. likewise is. for a Side of Lamb.

8th.  The Wind S. E. blowing very moderate, and generally Sun shiny & fair, paid 3d. for fish
9th.  The Wind S.E. blowing fresh & cold all the morning & for the most part cloudy & dark, but by night it was quite allayed.
i0th.  The Wind SE. blowing fresh and generally Sun shiny & fair & not cold this day .

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