February 7th.  The Wind N. N. E. very calm & something dark till 9. afterwards sun shiny fair & warm, very little hoar frost this Morn - ing, but freezed pretty hard last night: The Priest preached on Deut Chap 6th. verses. 6th. & 7th.
8th.  The Wind E. very calm, Sun Shiny fair & warm,but a great hoar frost this morning and a hard frost besides; ye Evening — was very foggy & also all night.
9th.  The Wind S.W. a moderate gale, but foggy & dark all the morning— cleared up a little in the Evening, but the Sun hardly appeared allday.
10th.  The Wind S. W. pretty calm, but raw cold weather, and the Air thick cloudy and overcast all day; The Market at LLanerchmedd to day was very low & little asking ·
iith.   The Wind E. blowing pretty fresh, cold & raw weather, cloudy and dark all day; made some little rain about 3 in the Evening, and was much warmer the rest of the day: Pd. Hugh ab William Siarles 7s. 6d. for 25 pounds weight of peeled [k sw]emp.
i2th.  The Wind E. blowing fresh and cold, & generally Sun shiny & fair, I sowed to day Carrots & Sallads for the first time; Deliver'd to Hugh Roberts of Holy head five pounds, being Mrs. Parry of Dublin's Rent to be by him pd. into the hands of Mr. Wm. Morris to be transmitted over to her.
13th.  The Wind E. blowing fresh and cold all the morning: the Evening milder, and Sun Shiny & fair all day, yet some frost & a hoar frost in the morning: My people all this week are plowing at Ferem & have almost done there.
14th.  The Wind E. blowing very high and extream cold; haveing freezed very hard last night, and continues to freeze all this day, especially in the Evening & night when the Wind blew very stormy .
15th.  The Wind E. & by N. in the morning, it came to N.E. about noon, and blew very high and freezing all day with some little shew of Snow,but nothing to speak of. The Fair to day at LLanfechell was very small occasioned by the excessive cold weather: Paid John Evan my Gardiner four pounds ten shillings in full of all his wages to last Candlemas.
16th.  The Wind & by N. high & stormy attended with some showers of Sleet in ye Morn. the Evening & night blowing a rank storm & freezing wind .

17th.   ● 3 [this is written in the margin below '17th.' sw]  

The Wind .E. blowing high but notstormy as yesterday, but very cold all day: The Government appointed this day for a fast & humiliationfor our Sins, & to crave a blessing upon our Arms against our Enemies, I wish it may not be a mocking of God, it being too well known that all our ill sucess was oweing to yeConduct of the Ministry ——

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