March 7th.  The Wind N. blowing high, and exceeding cold; accompanyed with showers of hail frequently morning & Evening, that before sun set the Earth was almost covered —  

 ☞ [this pointing hand symbol is in the margin, pointing at this line sw] I carryed home to day five Tuns of Coal from Cemaes bought by Humphrey Mostyn at Liverpool Pd. Thomas Bryan 4 pound in part of a Bill of 7L. iis. 8d.

8th.  The Wind N. E. not high, but cold, and the Sun shining clear & warm in a shelter: Pd. Abraham Jones's Bill being 1L. 10s. 2d. a pretty hard frost this morning & some hoar frost.
9th.  The Wind S. W. blowing high & very cold, freezed hard last night, & a great hoar frost this morning. The Aurora Borealis blazed last night very light from East to the North & so to West. my people these two last days are at the same work of digging & carrying loose stones in Cae'r LLoriau to the Mere hedge adjoyning to Cae Maen – Arthur. it begun to rain between 8 & 9 at night, & rained very hard most part of the night.
10th.  The Wind W. & by S. blowing fresh & very cold raw weather all day: To Day my Servants begun to sow Oats.
11th. The Wind W. & by N. blowing high & extream cold; but sun shiny all day; Not one bit of Butcher's meat in LLanfechell Market this day .
12th. The Wind W. & by S. with a very thick Snow upon the Earth this morning. but a mizling rain melted it all by 10 a clock, Spent 2s. 6d at a Cocking in Carreg lefn.

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