February 25th.  The Wind W. cold & raw weather, but dry it appeared to day that Mr. Robert Bulkeley of Gronant's fair speeches yesterday was all but grimace, for I sent Wm. Davies to day along with Hugh Hughes Doctor Wynn's Man to watch his motions, and see what he intended to to do, who found them comeing with the Corps towards Doctor Wynn's farm, and would actually have <come> thro, and afterwards thro my farm of Tyddŷn LLêch, if they had not been stopped by the two servants, & by my Tenant – John Bengan & by the Tenant of Fadog Lŵyd Thomas Nathaniel, which when they were not suffered to go yt. way, went thro Penhescyn Lands to the high way – This day was held a Vestry at the Church of LLanvechell where it was proposed to widen the Crevi[c sw]es of the steeple for the better Sound of the Bell, it was with a great deal of Unanimity opposed by the learned people of Caerdegog (who appeared there almost to a man) The Church - warden Thomas Edwards of Cae Mawr agreed with Henry Jones of Bwlch to point the South & west sides of the Tower & all the Cupola for 2 pence halfpeny a yard. made a great shower of hail in the Evening .
26th.  The Wind W. fair & clear & very cold, but dry, my Servts. still at the same work of plowing, & my Gardiner yet is planting Trees in Cae Tŷ'n y LLwyn. the Cucumber & Cauly Flower seeds sowed the 23d. Inst. are come up, but the Mellon Seeds have not as yet.
27th.  The N. & N.E. all day till 4 in the Evening, then came to the S. a mild, calm, sun - shiny day from Morning to night. pd. 1s. for Garden Seeds.
28th.  The Wind S. S.W. blowing fresh & cold, but tollerably clear all day, The Mellon Seeds have sprouted. a great many Blossoms on the Peach, Nectorine & Apricot Trees full blown .

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