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Febr. 23d.  The Wind E. N. E. blowing moderate, with some Sun– shine, yet very cold and raw weather but dry all this day. The Market yesterday at LLanerchymedd was very full of Corn, & price moderate, Barley from i6 to i8s. a quarter, Pilcorn & Rye from 25 to 27s. a quarter, & Wheat from 40 to 47s. a quarter, & Butcher's meat very scarce & very dear . gave 6d. Charity to a poor man .

24th.  The Wind N. calm, cloudy & dark yet exceeding cold & raw all day gave Ann Wright 2s. 6d. to go to the Christening of Richd. Wms. of Ty Newydd's Girl — gave is. [1/- sw] betwixt the Curate & Clark at Abraham Jones's burying.
25th.  The Wind W. blowing moderate, but cold, moist & raw weather & frequent showers of dirty mizling rain so that Llanfechell Fair tho very full of people & plenty of Shoes, hats, manufactures of the Glovers & the showy wares of Pedlars, yet was dirty and un[ple sw]asant.
26th.  The Wind S. W. blowing moderate, dark, cloudy weather with fre – quent mizling , dirty rain morning & Evening, the Evening especia —lly was altogether rainy till far in the night·
27th.  The Wind W. blowing moderate, Sun shiny for the most part, and all the day & night was dry: Paid Mrs. Wms. of Cemlin i2s. for butter had of her last spring .
28th.  The Wind S. S. W. blowing fresh, cloudy & dark we^a^ther with frequent showers of rain in the morning, and the Evening was almost altogether rainy. pd. with a Letter sent to the Post office of LLanerchymedd 3d.
March ist.  The Wind S. blowing fresh dark, cloudy weather all the morning with a mizling dirty rain for the most part: The Evening was Sun shiny for the most part & dry: Sent by Mr. Dorset fifty pounds 8 Shillings to be by him delivered to Mr. Vickers of Holy head to return them to Mr. Cosgrave a Merchant in Dublin to have them pd. in Leghorn to my poor unfortunate Daughter that is in a very deplorable situation .
2d.  The Wind W. blowing very high & generally cloudy & dark, but dry all this day, yet it rained hard in the night: gave the Parson's lad that brought me a present of Lamb is. [1/- sw]
3d.  The Wind W. blowing very moderate, Sun shiny & fair all day but rained hard in the night: gave 6d. to Mrs. Wms. of Cemlyn's servant who brought me a present of a Side of Lamb·
4th.  The Wind S.W. blowing high, cloudy & dark & raining hard most part of this day and excessively so in the night: My people this week were plowing every day, but when interrupted with rain ·

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