February i9th.  The Wind E. S. E blowing very fresh and exceeding cold and freezed pretty hard last night, some sun shine, but for the most part it was cloudy and dark.
20th.  The Wind S. by E. blowing fresh & very cold, some sun shine & dry – all day: pd. Rhŷs Bentir is. 6d. for Butcher's meat.
2ist.  The Wind S. & by W. dark cloudy weather & blowing fresh and dry all this day likewise: My people all this week ^were^ fallowing at Bodelwyn
22d.  The Wind S. W. blowing fresh and very cold, yet generally Sun — shiny and dry all day.
23d.  The Wind E. blowing moderate, Sun shiny, fair & serene all this day,but a great hoar frost this morning on the ground.
24th.  The Wind E . blowing moderate, Sun shiny, clear and fair all this also, and a prodigious hoar frost this morning: pd. Rhys Bentir 3is. for 2 calfs I bought of him last September for 25s. & 6s. for a quarter of poor beef bought for my Servants last november; pd. likewise i2s. to my foderer in part of his winter's wages.
25th.  The Wind N.W. calm, hazy thick, dark weather & misty all the – morning till i0 when it cleared up a little,but grew misty & dark again and continued so all the rest of the day: Pd. Wm. Bevan 5s. more for labouring work Pd. Owen Roberts 1s. 6d. the remainder of his last Sumer's [there is a line over the 'm' sw] wages,& pd him 6[s sw]. in part of this winter's wages & Pd.& sent 4s. by Ed.Wms. to buy salt for Pork.
26th.  The Wind E. blowing fresh, dark cloudy weather & exceeding cold – all day, but continued without raining.
27th.  The Wind S.E. in the morning; came by noon to S. cloudy & dark & blowing very cold and chilly all day: pd. Rhŷs Bentir for a quarter of veal. 8d. 
28th.  The Wind S. blowing fresh and very cold, cloudy & dark and raining a small driveing rain from i in the Evening till 3 ; the rest of the day was cold moaky weather: my people all this week were plowing.
29th.  The Wind S. blowing moderate, cloudy & dark all day with some rain; pd. Mrs. Wms. of Cemlyn i6s. for half Pegget of wheat.
2 ● [this is written vertically in the margin opposite this entry sw]   March ist.  The Wind S. in the morning, moderately calm, came about noon to E. was cloudy dark weather all day, yet made no rain: Paid Ginnis the Scotch Pedl[a sw]r is. [1/- sw] for an Ounce of sewing thread .
2d.  The Wind S. blowing moderate, cloudy dark weather for most part, but dry all day; yet it made some rain in the night: Pd. 6d. for fish.

3d.  The Wind S. W. blowing moderate some Sun shine, but dry all day; Paid 

☞ [this pointing symbol is in the margin opposite this line sw] to day Eleven pounds four shillings (including the GuineaI had paid before) fortwo Millstones & their carriage to Melin y nant·

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