Febr. 12th. The Wind N.E. very cold, & a pretty hard frost this Morning- some snow still, unmelted, this is a fine drying sun shiny day. My people carry Muck to cae tŷ'n y Llwyn with 2 carts
13th.  The Wind S. S. E. a wet mizling rain, or rather sleet in the morning, all the rest of the day fair  & pleasant.
14th.  The Wind N.W. cold and cloudy, some snow still unmelted, tho it rained a little this morning, my people still employed in carrying dung, a pretty good fair at LLanfechell, plenty of Shoos, hats, cloath woolen & linnen, Leather, gloves, pedlars, braziers, &c, pd. Catherine  Rowland. [this is written in the margin opposite this line sw] 6s.8d. Legacy lift her by Mr. Wynne of Rydgroes annually for life, pd- likewise to Owen Ara my Gardiner, 31s.

15th.    ❍ 2 ∣ [this is written in the margin immediately below '15th.' sw]

The Wind N.E. dark, cold, & cloudy most part of the Day. tho it made no rain, The Parson preached on Mat. Chap. ii. vers – 3i. a pretty great congregation at Church to day ——

16th The Wind N.N.W. blowing very high, & very very cold — the sky dark & cloudy all day, and throwing frequent showers of Hail, the wind continued high & cold all day —
17th.  The Wind N.N.W blowing very high, cold, & stormy– freezed very hard last night, as it dos I believe all this day, my people at the same work carrying of Dung & others plowing at Coyden. after the fall of night it snowed a good deal.
18th.  The Wind S.E. very calm, warm & pleasant weather, a good deal of snow fell this morning, but all melted before 9. a clock. to day I carryed my Coal home from Cemaes, that was brought <from> & bought at Beighton [maybe Bychton, near Mostyn; there was a colliery there in the 19thC sw] in flintshire for 6s. 8d. a tun. I had 9 tun of it. Tho. Prichard the Smith of LLanfechell had 7 barells of it, & Owen Warmingham the Smith that lives at Torman in LLan – badrick had 2 barrells. Mr. O. LLoyd measured it out 4 Chaldrons & a quarter.

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