March 20th.  The Wind E. N. E. moderately calm, but cold & Sun shiny : The Foot Ball con– - test betwixt LLanfechell & its Allies, and LLan - badrick & its Allies was won by the former; – they carrying all before them with yt irresistible force that in 2 hour's time the play was over, haveing drove the foot ball over the precipice beyond Porth Badrick.
21st.  The Wind S.W. moderately calm, but raw & cold cloudy and dark all the Morning; the Evening fair & clear, but about i0 at night it begun to rain, and rained very hard (I believe) all the rest of ye night.
22d.  The Wind W. raining very hard till near 9 in the Morning, dry afterwards, but in the Evening it– made severall Showers of hail, particularly one about 4 which lasted near half an hour, and some of them were as big as Pistol Bullets .
23d  The Wind W. cloudy and dark and prodigious cold all day: there was a thick frost this morning & frequent showers of hail and Sleet both morning and Evening. this Evening my Son came home, haveing come to LLysdulas since Saturday night, Pd. Margaret Nancy's Maid 15s. wages due to her next May·
24th.  The Wind N. very cold & freezing in the Morning – and the Earth all covered with Snow, the Sun Shined bright about 8 & was melting apace; the Evening fair & dry . LLanerchmedd Fair was very full of people, & besides that, there was little or nothing. Thus Ends the year 1742.   A Year –  

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