|March 27th. The Wind E. & S.E. frequent Showers of Rain in the Morning, the Evening dry and fair, but colder & the Wind higher than yesterday transplanted Mellons & Cucumbers under ye Bell Glasses –|
|28th. The Wind S. very fair clear & warm all day, there was 3 burialls here to day ( one Woman from LLeyn, the Grandmother of John William's wife the Tenant that lives at Cromlech, her Name Ann uch Richard Trygarn Said to be 102 years old, ye other 2 born in this parish) one, last thursday & 2 this day Seaven night, & 2 more dead, to be buryed this Week.|
|29th. The Wind N.W. dark & cloudy in the Morning & very calm, about noon clear & ye Wind pretty high & cold, calm & still at ye fall of night, with fine warm rain, transplanted ye Colly flowers out of the Hot bed to the Naturall ground in a shade, there to remain till they are big enough to be planted where they are to flower. my people still at ye Same work in fallowing for barley, & harr-owying great Oats.|
|30th. The Wind W. a fair Sun-shiny calm warm day, towards the Night the Wind came to S. & blew pretty cold, planted Penny Royal & dug the border in the South Walk behind ye Wall Garden, the Second time in order to plant Rosemary in it ye Middle of the next month, my farming Servants at the Same work still_|
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The Wind S. Dark & cloudy & very cold in ye Morning – cleared up about 7. & fair sun shiny weather [h sw]is night, when it mad a Rusty Fogg with Some rain, went to day to LLannerch-=medd, the Markett moderately low, pd. 2d. for Hyssop & Winter Savory Seeds, & 10d for meat & drink, came home about 8.
|Aprill. ist The Wind S. & S S. W. A dark cloudy day, but calm warm & pleasant, with some little showers of Rain. to day I begun to sow Barley.|
|2d The Wind E. calm, warm weather with gentle showers of rain carried to Cemaes for Mr Vickers 20 peggets Of Oats, to day I saw the first Swallows this year.|