February 22d.  The Wind S.W. clear, & moderately warm and continued without raining all day & all night.
23d.  The Wind S.S.W. dark & cloudy & blowing high & cold, but continued dry all this day & night. a small poor market to day at LLanfechell, all Butcher's meat being very poor & that which is tollerable good very dear, occasioned by the excessive wet weather .
24th.  The Wind S.W. blowing fresh, dark & cloudy, but dryes well & continued so all day & night, my people this three days are plowing in Cae Mieri by Da. Wms. house where I in= -tend to sow hay seed, I have people there following ye teams in plucking up and gathering the briers to be carried off.
25th.  The Wind S.W. blowing fresh, sun shiny & fair, in the Evening it blew a rank storm & the sky was overcast, but made no rain; pd into the hands of Michael John ab ifan of LLanelian 5s. to buy timber to repair his houses.

26th. ●4 [this is written in the margin below '26th.' sw]

The Wind S.S.W. blowing fresh, but very cloudy & dark made a little rain <about 11> but did not allay the wind which blew high & very cold, the rest of the day dry & fair. 

27th.  The Wind W. in the Morning, came afterwards to the S. & rained a fine warm rain for Severall hours, but grew very cold towards the night.
28th.  The Wind N. dark & cloudy & very cold, continued dry all day, I have no ground tollerable dry for plowing, my people now employed in fenceing Cae Sgubor bâch to turn in 18 Oxen to eat hay from hence to May (being before now in different places rangeing at large & haveing hay given them 3 times a day ) Viz 9 at Bodelwyn & 9 at Coydan Park) which places must be kept from hence forwards.

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