March 10th.  The Wind W.S.W. clear, cold & dry, the ground exceeding wet, a good full Market to day at LLanfechell, spent 1s in a Raffling at Richard Roberts of Rhwng y Ddau Fynŷdd. 
11th. The Wind E.N.E. raining hard about 6 in the morning, the rest of the day dry & fair, bur very cold.
12th. The Wind E. very dark, cloudy & cold, & made either hail or cold rain before day, the rest of the day clear & cold.
13th.  The Wind N.E. fair, clear & cold, Dick the Gardiner all this day plants firr Trees in Cae Tŷ'n y LLŵyn & Cae'r Gegin instead of those destroyed by the Cattle. sowed Parsnips the second time, & planted some – Cauly - flowers.
14th.  The Wind N.W. dark & very cloudy in the Morning – & exceeding cold, but dry, & continued so all day– Dick finisheth to day planting the Firr trees.
15th. The Wind N. blowing very high & exceeding cold – digging in the Garden & Sowing Sallad Seeds & potherbs the hinds all this week plowing for oats.
16th.  The Wind N. & very cold, but not so high as yesterday, to day I begun to sow Oats at Coydan.

17th.  The Wind S W. dark & cloudy, made some little rain in the Morning, rained very hard afterwards about Noon; & after 3 hours respite rained hard again about 4. fair & clear 

☞ [this symbol is in the margin opposite this line sw] afterwards: To day came here Mr. Fortunatus Wright a Brewer & Distiller in Liverpool, & possessed of an Estate of 120L.a year (accompanyed by Dr. Evans of LLanerchymedd,) with Letters–

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