February the ist.  The Wind N. E. blowing moderate, but very cold, cloudy and dark for the most part, and made severall showers of hail & sleet; Pd. 4s. 6d.for Tea .
2d.  The Wind E. N. E . in the morning and blowing moderate and not cold, tho it had freezed last night & rained this morning upon it. The Priest preached on Psalm ye 4ist. and the first verse.
3d.  The Wind N. E. calm sun Shiny and fair, and freezed likewise last night , but made no hoar frost these four nights: pd. 4d. for a ladle bought to day in Llanerchymedd Fair.
4th.  The Wind S. W. calm, cloudy and dark and a very thick hoar frost this morning & a pretty hard frost, & made some little rain in the Evening and all this day was very cold and raw weather.
5th.  The Wind S.W. blowing fresh & for the most part cloudy & dark with some little rain about noon, and very cold & raw;
6th.  The Wind W. moderately calm, dark weather & frequently raining and very cold all day.
7th.  The Wind E. N. E. blowing pretty fresh & very cold and freezing, but Sun Shiny and clear Sky for the most part: not a bit of Butcher's meat in this market to day.
8th.  The Wind E . calm, Sun Shiny and fair, but very cold, haveing freezed very hard last night & a great hoar frost besides on the ground this morning ;
9th.  The Wind E. S. E. calm & generally cloudy & dark all this day also, and the frost very hard & hoar frost very thick on the ground this morning: yet it begun to thaw before night & made a sharp shower of rain about 8 at night·
i0th.  The Wind W.S.W. blowing moderate, Sun shiny & fair in the morning; about noon it begun to rain and made some rain,but it was soon over: Gave John and Robert Bulkeley,Ann Warmingham Sons, 36 a piece, they setting out too morrow for Oxford·

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