April iith.  The Wind S.W. and little of it and for the most part cloudy & dark, yet continued dry all this day also·
i2th.  The Wind S. S. W. and blowing pretty fresh & especially in the Evening and all this day dry likewise; My people all this week (except Easter Monday & Tuesday were plowing for & harrowing Barley .
i3th.  The Wind S. blowing fresh, cloudy and dark almost all day, yet made no rain·
i4th.  The Wind N. E. and little of it, a great part of this day and continued dry all the day; Pd. Owen Parry Smith of LLanerchymedd i0s for Iron hoops at the rate of 3d. 2/1 apound.

i5th. ● 5 [this is written vertically in the margin below 'i5th.' sw] 

The Wind  N. E. tho not high, yet blowing very cold;Sun shiny fair and dry all this day also: being advised to ride much on horse back I was out this day for the first time as far as LLanbadrick Church: To Day likewise I saw– the first Swallow this year·

i6th.  The Wind S. blowing moderate, cloudy and dark weather all this day; & raining a driveing rain all or most part of the morning·
i7th.  The Wind S. blowing fresh & cold, and generally cloudy and dark all this day also, and made some rain ·
i8th.  The Wind  S.  blowing fresh& cold, dark cloudy weather all day: Pd. Rhŷs Bentir 2s. for a kid: & pd. Marged ’ chuw Morus is. [1/- sw] for a Side of Lamb.
i9th.  The Wind W. S. W. blowing moderate & warm after the great rain last night and generally Sun Shiny most part of this day: Pd. 6d. for a couple of Lobsters & a crab: & pd. is. for 6 small Chickens: my people all this week ^were^for plowing for, and sowing Barley.
20th.  The Wind S. blowing fresh all day; some Sun Shine, but for the most part it was cloudy & dark and rained a mizling rain a great part of the Evening.
2ist.  The Wind W. S. W. blowing fresh and cold, Sun shiny fair & dry from i0 in the morning till night; but dark rainy weather in the morning till that time·
22d.  The Wind S. W. blowing fresh & cold, but sun shiny & drying well all this day. Pd. Harry ’ Bwiliam Bevan 20s. for Malt that he made & dryed in the years i758 & i759 . To Day I first heard the Cuckow this year·
23d.  The Wind S. blowing pritty fresh and raining a dirty mizling rain all the morning: the Evening was Sun shiny & fair.
24th.  The Wind N· blowing fresh & very cold & generally cloudy & dark, but dry all this day also·
25th.  The Wind N. E. blowing moderate & cold & generally sun shiny, but dry all day: pd. Rhŷs Bentir, 3s. 2d. for two sides of Lamb.
26th.  The Wind N. E. blowing very fresh and scorching cold, & generally Sun shiny all this day : My people all this week likewise were plowing for and harrowing Barley.

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