March 4th.  The Wind S. blowing moderate, cloudy & dark, and raining for the most part from Sun rise till 3 in the Evening: the rest of the day was dry, but cloudy & dark ·
5th.  The Wind S. blowing moderate, some sun shine,but for the most part cloudy & dark, but made no rain to day: Paid Mrs. Broadhead 8s. for a stored of Wheat, And gave 5s. to William the son of John Hughes of Marrian a blind boy that is learning to play upon the harp with Fowk — Jones .
6th.  The Wind S. S. W. blowing very fresh, cloudy & dark all day with a very moist Air, but made no down right rain tho so often – threatened.
7th.  The Wind S. S. W· blowing fresh, cloudy,dark weather and a moist Air all day, and the Evening generally a moist dark fog·
8th.  The Wind S. S. W. blowing fresh, cloudy & dark, & raining very hard - from before ii in the morning till near 3 in theEvening when the wind came about to N. & by W. and blew for half an hour a great storm- the rest of the Evening was dry: To Day was comunicated [there is a line over the 'm' sw] to me & is to be comunicated [there is a curlicue over the 'm' sw] to the rest of the Justices of the peace of AngleSea a Letter from the Lords of the Councill Sent to Mr. Meyrick the Custos Rotulorum [he principal justice of the peace in a county, who is also keeper of the rolls and records of the sessions of the peace sw] of this County, requiring the Justices to make a Search in the Sd. county for all stragling Seamen &c A Coppy of which see hereunto annex'd.
9th.  The Wind W. blowing pritty fresh & for the most part cloudy and dark, but continued dry all this day ; but made a great deal of rain in the night.
i0th.  The Wind W. calm, dark, raw weather all day, and raining hard - about 5 in the morning; the rest of the day was generally dry·
iith.  The Wind W. calm, dark, cloudy but cold raw weather with some mizling rain & a very moist air all day, & rained pritty hard in the night.
i2th.  The Wind E. blowing very moderate, but cold raw weather and for the most part cloudy & dark: Pd. i2s. for 3 pound wight of Tea, & 9d. for a quarter of Veal to Rhŷs Bentir.
i3th.  The Wind E. calm, Sun shiny , fair& pleasant all this day; My people were all this week likewise plowing.
i4th.  The Wind E. blowing fresh & very cold, made some frost last night,& a great hoar frost; The Priest preached on Ecclesiastes Chap: iith. and verse 9th. 

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