Easter day: [this is written in the margin opposite this entry sw] April 7th.  The Wind E. blowing fresh and very cold, yet generally Sun Shiny all day: The Priest preached in the Evening on Acts: Chapt. 10th. 40 & 41st. verses: about 190 persons comunicated [there is a line over the 'm' sw] here this day.
8th.  The Wind N. E. and blowing moderate, but very cold, yet generally Sun shiny and pleasant all day.
9th.  The Wind N. & by E. calm, warm and pleasant, and generally Sun shiny, but dry all day .
10th.  The Wind N. & by E. very calm and warm weather, but cloudy & dark all day, and raining a small mizling warm rain from 3 in the Evening till night.
iith.  The Wind W. and blowing moderate, yet the Air cold, especially in the Evening, but Sun shiny & fair all day: Planted to day two Passion Trees by the wall within the green walk on the South side of the Wall Garden : To Day I saw the first swallows, but they were of the smallest, brown kind.
12th.  The Wind S. & by W. blowing fresh, cloudy, dark & cold; it begun to rain about i0; and rained without intermission, and for most part of the time very hard till 9 at night, when it grew very calm but was very cloudy & dark ·
13th.  The Wind N. W. very calm, Sun shiny fair and warm all day – My people have been these 4 last days plowing for Barley: The Birds of Passage have not left our Countrey yet; I saw some Fieldfares this morning: pd. i4d. for a side of Lamb and the head. 
14th.  ●5 [this is written vertically in the margin below '14th.' sw] The Wind W. in the morning, came about noon to N. and settled at E . before night; it blew fresh and cold all day, yet generally it was Sun Shiny and pleasant weather .
15th.  The Wind E. & by N. blowing fresh and cold and made a good deal of rain sometime before day, and afterwards about 6: the rest of the day was dry and pleasant: pd. 4s. 6d. for a pound weight of Bohea Tea.
16th.  The Wind N.E. and blowing moderate & not cold, generally Sun shiny fair & dry all day : About 8 a clock this night, the whole body of the Moon appeared so visible as when at the full it is look'd at - when under a thin bright cloud, being of a pale yellowish coloar· To Day I first heard the Cuccow this year.
17th.  The Wind N. E. blowing very moderate, Sun shiny[, sw] fair &warm all day pd. Robert Evans Post Master of LLanerchmedd by Mr. Jackson's orders 22s for News Papers to the 25th. of last March: pd. i8d. for a quarter of Veal·

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