|May 6th. the Wind from W. to N. changeing all day, a warm day & clear in the Evening, but the morning dark & cloudy The Parson preached on Ps. 119th. vers. 106th. ye Usuall uned[e sw]fying cant: pd Gabriel Jones yesterday 15s. wages . & pd to day 1d.2/1 for Ale.|
|7th. The Wind S.W. blowing high & cold, with driveing clouds and dark all day, made a great deal of rain this night sometime before day.|
|8th. The Wind W.S.W. blowing high & something cold, but clear & Sun-Shiny most part of the day–|
|9th. The Wind S. S. W in the Morning, cold and sharp, but very clear and Sun shiny till 3 in the Evening, when the Wind came to E. overcast then, but much warmer till night,pd 3d for ale, to day I finished sowing Barley.|
|10th. The Wind S.W. raining hard, heavy, and very cold long before day, made severall showers of mizling rain afterwards, and dark, cold & cloudy all day, my people to day are dischargeing a boat load of Sand at Cemaes.|
|11th. The Wind S.W. raining hard at day break, & some Showers afterwards, & the Wind cold; my people fenceing about ye Corn,|
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The Wind W.S.W. blowing a meer storm, especially in the Evening, and as cold as any day in March, ye produce of the Earth looks miserably poor, the grass especially, by the continuall wet & cold weather, haveing made no— heat this year; my people at ye Same work as before.
|13th. The Wind S.W. scorching and cold all day, & generally cloudy withall; very unpleasant weather hitherto for this Summer: pd. 1s. for Crabs & Lobsters, & 3d for Ale. To day Mr. Wright came first to see his wife since her lyeing in.|
14th. The Wind N.E. cold & scorching, came to S.W before night & made severall smart Showers in the night, my people these
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days are fencing about the Corn . planted Garlick to day.