April iith.  The Wind S. E. blowing moderate, cloudy and dark all this day with some small rain.
i2th.  The Wind E.S. E. blowing very moderate, and raining a little for the most part of this day ;& the Evening chiefly : pd. is. 4d. for a Leghorn Letter.
i3th.  The Wind E. blowing high, and all the Evening very stormy but made no rain nor snow this day day.
14th.  The Wind E. blowing very high, stormy & tempestuous all day & all night, attended with frequent showers of hail, and a thick frost on the water this morning . 
i5th.  The Wind N. blowing moderate, yet cold & a very thick frost on the water this morning,and frequent showers of hail all the morn— –ing; the Evening was more temperate yet very cold: My people all this week were plowing & harrowing spring corn : So much snow fell this night that before i0 a clock all the ground was thick covered.
i6th.  The Wind S. calm in the morning and the snow very thick allover the Countrey, about noon it begun to snow again which it continued till 4 in the Evening & exceeding cold, from that time it begun to rain very cold and the Wind blowing fresh, & rained for most part if not all the night: The Parson Priest preached on Genesis Chap: 28th.& Verses 20 & 2ist.
i7th.  The Wind S. blowing moderate & raining hard & very cold till 8 in the morning, the rest of the day was dry, but very cold and raw.
i8th.  The Wind W. blowing very moderate & a great hoar frost this morning on the ground, about 7 this morning it begun to rain, & rained without any intermission till past 3 in the Evening; the rest of the day & night was dry.
i9th.  The Wind S. & very moderate, dark cloudy weather all day, yet dry till 3 in the Evening when it made a heavy shower;
20th.  The Wind S. blowing moderate, made some rain in the day time, and very great rain in the night, insomuch that the ground is immoderately wet.
2ist.  The Wind N.E. blowing pretty fresh & drying well all this day till 5 in the Evening when it rained very hard again and likewise in the night. pd. Rhŷs Bentir 2s. 6d. for Butcher's meat.

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22d.  The Wind N. E. blowing fresh, sunshiny & drying well this day,& my people harrowing in the Evening ·

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