|Febr. 7th. The Wind S.S.W. cold & very raw & more water standing on the ground than ever I saw. & my Servants – not able to do any thing on the farm.|
|8th. The Wind S.W. raw & cold, but dry all this day, my people this day diverting the Course of the Water that run from the high way from comeing to Cae'r ddeiol & makeing that field — almost a bog.|
|9th. The Wind S.S.W. dark & cloudy, very raw & cold, made a great Shower of hail & another of cold sleet in the Evening.|
|10th. The Wind W. fair Sun-shiny & dry, To Day my Daughter ’s Girl was Christened Ann. she was designed to be called Jane ( her Grand-Mother's name) but thro mistake she had the name of Ann. the God-mothers were Mrs. Wynne of Bodewryd & my Mother, & my self God-Father, the company were 10 or 12 Neighbours, & we sat innocently merry till 2 ye next morning .|
|11th. The Wind S.W. raining hard & blowing very high almost continually this day , as it did most part of last night without intermission.|
12th. ❍4 [this is written in the margin immediately below '12th.' sw]
The Wind S.S.W. raining almost all day, and blowing very hard, no stirring out any where ; the ground excessive wett, & my servants un – –imployed in any buisness on the farm.
|13th. The Wind S.W. a cold raw day but dry & fair till 6 in the Evening when it begun to rain, which continued very hard till 10 at night.|