March ist.  The Wind N.W. Dry, sun-shiny & fair all day, and moderately warm, nothing else remarkeable.
2d.  The Wind S.S.W. dark & cloudy, but made no rain this day, a pretty full Markett to day at LLanfechell, & a good deal of meat, such as it was.
3d. The Wind S.S.W. a fair Sun-shiny day, but cold, & drying apace, my people still at the same work as before ,all these days. my Daughter was Churched to day & she gave the Parson 10s. 6d.
4th.  The Wind S. & by W. blowing high, dark & cloudy & very cold, in the Evening it was excessive cold, & continued so all night, which brought rain about 6 in the Evening & rained very hard till 9 or 10. The Parson finished the Sermon be begun this day fortnight
5th. The Wind W. & by S. blowing fresh & cold, but dry & sun-shiny and continued so all day; my people at the same work still, and my head plowman sharpening the harrow-pins in the Smithy and preparing things for harrowing.
6th.  The Wind W. very cold, but dry & sun-shiny, my people plow these days at Bodelwyn –
7th.  The Wind S.W. blowing high dark & cloudy, but dry till night, made very heavy rains in the night.
8th.  The Wind S.W. high, & cold cloudy weather, to day I begun to harrow; pd. Abraham Jones's Bill which was 3L. 10s.—
9th.  The Wind W. rained very hard about 10, and was fair afterward all day & night. Pd. Bryan 4L.4s—
10th.  The Wind N.W. a very cold day with some hail — my people at the same work as before.
11th. The Wind N. blowing high & excessive cold, accompanyed with great showers of hail & snow most part of the day—

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