February 12th. The Wind W.S.W. fair sun-shiny, dry and very pleasant weather all day .
13th.  The Wind S.W. a wett dirty day almost from morning to night. no Sermon to day, tho one was due, pd 1s. for garden seeds.
14th.  The Wind S.W. something high & cold, but dry, a pretty good Fair to day at LLanfechell, but the generall complaint was the want of money.
15th. The Wind W. & N.W. blowing fresh. dry and pleasant, as scarce money is, people find it to get drunk and play dice, for there was no less than 100 people last night & to day at LLanfechell at that sport.
16th  The Wind S.S.W. blowing fresh, and raining hard all the Morning, especially from 9 till i when it blew a meer storm, and rained extream hard, the rest of the Evening fair and dry.
17th.  The Wind W. blowing fresh and high, with some showers in the Morning, the sky cloudy and dark, my servants these days makeing a Pinfold at Rhôs Garrog. to day. = [there is a large '=' in the margin between the previous line and the next sw] I make my hot bed in the wall Garden  .the Evening of this day was remarkeable for a prodigious tempest of Wind that unroofed houses, & broke stacks of hay & Corn, and continued so all the night.
18th.  ●2 A great Eclips of the Sun - [this is written immediately below '18th.' sw] The Wind W. S. W. blowing fresh & cold in the Morning, and cloudy withall. the Evening clear, calm & fair, all England had a find opportunity to satisfie their Curiosity & make their observations on the great Ecclips of the Sun this day when ten parts in i2 of its body was obscured, beginning – before 2 in the Evening, & being over half an hour after 4. when it was at the heighth, the sun looked of the same Size and shape as the Moon 3 days old with sharp horns. a very poor Market to day at LLanvechell.

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