March i6th.  The Wind W. N. W. blowing very high & stormy and exceeding cold all day attended with severall heavy showers of hail, but the night was calm & light: Paid 3s. 4d. for a pound weight of Tea.
i7th.  The Wind N. W. blowing fresh & very cold & a heavy shower of hail this day likewise; yet was generally  Sun  Shiny & day.
i8th.  The Wind N. blowing fresh and cold and drying well &generall Sun shiny most part of the day.
i9th.  The Wind S. and very little of it and raining very hard long before day without intermission till near 2 in the Evening; the rest of the day was dry : Pd. John Ellis Griffith 6s. for labouring work done beforelast Allsts.
20th.  The Wind N.W. blowing moderate and generally sun shiny,but very cold all day, yet dry:
21st.  The Wind N. and not high , yet cold & raw,but dry dry all this day also.
22d.  The Wind N. E. and very little of it, cloudy , dark weather almost all day, yet made no rain .
23d.  The Wind N. and little of it and for the most part cloudy & dark weather, yet made no rain . Pd. is. [1/- sw] for a poor quarter of Veal.
24th.  The Wind N. & by W. and little of it. some sun shine this day, but for the most part it was cloudy & dark: My people all this week were harrowing Oats . pd. 3d. for fish .
25th.  The Wind W. S.W. blowing moderate, cloudy & dark weather all day, but continued dry notwithstanding .
26th.  The Wind S. blowing fresh all day wîth a little rain in the morning but soon over, & the rest of the day was dry ·
27th.  The Wind S. blowing fresh, dark, cloudy weather all this day likewise & yet continued without raining.
28th.  The Wind S. blowing fresh, cloudy & dark all the morning the Evening was calmer and some sun shine & dry all day.
29th   ●4 [this is written vertically in the margin below '29th' sw] The Wind W and blowing moderate all the morning & raining hard from 4 in the morning till 9, and made severall show ers afterwards of a Short continuance & blew fresh all the Evening ·

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