February ist.  The Wind S .S. W. rained all the— Morning, sometimes a cold, wett sleet & at other times a mizling rain, the Evening a little fairer.
2d.  The Wind N.N.W. fair & clear all day , The Parson preached, or rather finished the Sermon he had begun a fortnight ago being on the same Text, & as he Said himself the remaining part of it, there was a Sermon due last Sunday, & tho he was pd. 6d. 8d for preaching a Sermon on this day, yet he could not aford but the tail of one begun a fortnight ago . Paid Catherine – Rowland 6d. 8s. legacy left her by Mr. Richard Gwynn anually for life.
3d. The Wind S.W. still and calm, and raining very hard without one Minutes' intermission from 5 a clock in the morning till 4 in the Evening, the night fair and calm.
4th.∣6 ❍  [this is written in the margin immediately below '4th.' sw) The Wind W. calm and raw weather & very wet, the rains yesterday haveing overflowed all the low grounds planted Cabbage to day for the first time, in the Orchard. a small Markett at Llanfechell. pd Richard Owen ap Wm. Bedward 10d. for a hind quarter of Veal and the Head.
5th.  The Wind S.W. Sun-shiny and fair. my people all this week (when fitt) a plowing at Coydan, set some Beans to day in the Orchard, haveing a fortnight ago pruned the fir trees in the Walks by the House, which occasioned their bleeding very much, I prevented it by the following Method,I took a Bason full of fine turf Ashes, & which a handfull of Tow ☞ [this symbol is in the margin opposite this line sw] I rubbed over the wounds one by one with the Tow, & then clapping it in the Ashes, I clapped it smartly on the wound -  ed parts & there the Ashes stuck like a plaister, I never saw it done, but believing it to be rationall, I tried it, & do not — question but it will answer the Ends . 
6th.  The Wind S.W. blowing very hard, & raining all the Morning; and vehemently all the Evening. Ann Warmingham came here this Evening, & gave me some acct. of her affairs with her Husband's relati[ons sw]

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