March 18th.  The Wind E. blowing high, cold & blasting all day, but made no frost, nor hoar frost last night the Sun Shined bright & hot in shelter from ye wind —
19th.  The Wind Variable from N.E. to S.W. but generally it blew from N.W. very cold . a pretty good market to day at Llanfechell both for Butcher's meat, & corn — considering these extraordinary years. My people all this week are harrowing with 4 harrows at Brynclynni which notwithstanding it was plowed early in the winter is yet so tough that it will wîth great difficulty be separated. it freezed very hard last night, & a great hoar frost this Morning .
20th.  The Wind variable this day also, shifting from N. to W. & S.W. and back again to N. freezed very hard last – night with a hoar frost this morning– The Earth— appears frightfully barren, every thing looking quite withered for want of rain, & the continuall freezing winds
2ist.  The Wind N. blowing very cold, but sun-shiny all day, tho it freezed hard last night & a great hoar frost this morning The people of LLanbadrick were so much an overmatch for their antag[a sw]nists this day, that they kick'd the foot - ball quite to the Village.
22d.  The Wind N. N. E. blowing high and excessive cold all day , haveing freezed hard last Night, & hoar frost this morning, tho it was dark & cloudy all this day. Delivered to Mr. Owen LLoyd to pay my Sisters their Interest money due last September 35 pound. DeliveredMr. Lewis Morris 4s. to subscribe for the Welsh Musick. & 5s. to Send to London to buy me a large reading Glass.

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