April 9th.  The Wind W.S.W in ye morning dark & cloudy & rained about ii. the Wind came to N. W in the Evening, clear Sun Shiny & very cold & scorching weather, pd. the Widdow of Wm. Griffith of Tyddyn y Mieri late collector of the Land tax. 27s. 6d. for Brynddu, Coydan, Bodelwyn, ferem & Rhos Carrog.
10th.  The Wind N. very cold & scorching dry weather. my – people at the same work on the farm all this week, Viz) sowing of Barley, sowed some Kidney beans to day—
11th.  The Wind W. & for most part of the day dark & cloudy, & very cold & scorching weather, pd. to day 6s. Window Tax.
12th.  The Wind W.S.W. very cold & raw, made severall Showers of fine rain to day.
13th.  The Wind N. very, very cold & scorching all day long, my people at the same work still.
9❍  [this is written in the margin opposite this line sw]  14th.  The Wind W. S. W. dark & cloudy, the Wind high blustering & very cold & scorching in the Morning, but made a great many showers in the Evening, & some of them great ones & very cold.
15th.  The Wind W. & by N. blowing high & very cold, & almost a rank storm in the Evening, throwing down Corn, hay &c & would have thrown down the Fir tree in the Orchard next the [d sw]oor, If I had now caused great stones to be heaped about the Roots of it.
16th.  The Wind W.N.W. high, Blustering, & very cold all day rained hard ( I believe) in the Night, very poor meat at LLanvechell Market, considering the time of the year

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