March 23d.  The Wind E. in the morning Sun shiny,calm fair & pleasant; before noon it came to S.W. grew cloudy & dark, and blew fresh before night, yet made no rain: pd. 8d. for a side of poor Lamb: & 3d. for ^4^ harrowing traces.
24th.  The Wind W. blowing very moderate & warm, but the Earth very wet still, tho people are necessitated to plow it as it is: Sowed to day Onion Seeds, some of the London Carrot Seeds,& two - of the 3 sorts of Pease I had from Brother Lewis:Sowed likewise a few of the large brown kidney Bean : Pd. Owen Hughes the Smith's bill being i9s. 8d.
25th.  The Wind S. W. blowing fresh all day, especially in ye Evening it blew high accompanyed with driveing showers & generally heavy ones from i in the Evening for all the rest of the day & raining hard for most part, if not all the night : pd. 7s. for – another half Pegget of Vetches.

26th.  The Wind- S. W. blowing fresh & raining all the morning untill 8 a clock; the rest of the day was dry, but cloudy and dark: Set Tyddŷn y Drym for the term of Eleven years to comence at Allsts. next to Roger ’Bwiliam - Owen Carpenter now liveing in Tyddyn y Silied at ye rent

☞ [this pointing symbol is in the margin opposite the space between the previous and this line sw] of two pounds ten shillings a year with the usuall presents of two young pullets at Shrove tide, 6 Chickens in ye Sumer- [there is a line over the 'm' sw] & the Service of 2 days reaping: Set likewise at the same time Tyddŷn y Silied for the term of five years to comence at Allsts. next to Thomas ’Prichard Abram now liveing in Amlough at the yearly rent of two pounds five shillings– with the same presents & Service as above mentioned.

27th.  The Wind S. W. blowing high and drying very fast, & generally Sun shiny all day: Paid William Owen the Miller Seaven pounds Nine shillings & six pence for bread Corn : pd. Wm. Owen ’Bwiliam Watkin 6s. 9d. for a Measure of Wheat; & paid Wm; Sion of Hafod las 1s. 1d.2/1 for i8 harrowing traces . 
28th.  The Wind S. blowing high all the morning attended with heavy showers of rain;the Evening was dry & fair: pd. 10d. for Salt Petr. & bay Salt.

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