Easter Day [this is written in the margin opposite this entry sw]  March 29th.  The Wind N. E. blowing moderate & not cold – but generally cloudy and dark most part of the day; a great hoar frost this morning also & frost on the Water: The Priest preached in the Evening service on Heb: Chap : i0th. verse i2th. i97 persons – comunicated [there is a cup-shaped mark over the 'm' sw] here to day & 75 yesterday & not 60 as I mentioned before by mistake: gave is. [1/- sw] to a Collection to poor infants left by their – Father and mother in great poverty.
30th.  The Wind E. & by S. and blowing very moderate, Sun Shiny clear and fair all day and the Sun very warm, tho the wind in the shade was cold & nipping.
3ist.  The Wind N.E. blowing high, very cold and scorching all day: Set Tyddyn y Garreg fawr isaf for the term of five years to - Richard Roberts now liveing in Tŷ'n y Weyn on Maes Mawr - lands at the rent of 45s. with the usuall presents & services – paid the Collector of the land & light tax 3L. 12s. being 4is. for my lands in my holding in this parish, and 3is. for the light tax.
April ist.  The Wind N.E. and blowing moderate, yet cold, but Sunshiny fair & very dry & scorching [there is a cross symbol above the 'corc' of 'scorching' sw] all day;
2d.  The Wind E.N. E. blowing very moderate, Sun shiny, fair &serene yet very cold and scorching all day, there being a hoar frost fall - ing every night.
3d.   9● [this is written vertically in the margin below '3d.' sw] The Wind N.E. and blowing very moderate, yet very cold & scorching haveing freezed last night also, and a thick hoar frost this – morning, but the Air was clear & serene, Sun shiny and fair — paid is. [1/- sw] for a carcase of poor lamb.
4th.  The Wind  N. very calm, and not cold, some sunshine in the morning - but all the Evening was a thick fog : My people finished harrowing the Oats & pease, and were, some of them rough harrowing the winter fallows and others carrying the muck hills on Cae'r Iarlles·
5th.  The Wind N. W. calm, Sun shiny, fair and warm all day , notwithstanding I have not seen neither Cuccow nor Swallow this year.
6th.  The Wind S. & by E. very calm, dark,cloudy weather all day,yet not cold– sowed today likewise severall sorts of Flower Seeds·
7th.  The Wind S.W. calm and warm; the morning was cloudy & dark, but the - Evening was Sun shiny and fair: Delivered to Ann Warmingham 9s. 6d. to buy me Tea in Dublin: To Day I saw the first swallows·

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