March 18th.  The Wind N.W. dark, cloudy and cold; but dry all day, and very good weather for all work.
19th.  The Wind N.N.E. made a hoar frost last night, but all the day was sun-shiny and fair. Butcher's meat very scarce,& what is, is extraordiny dear; bought a quarter of Veal to day <at> LLanerchmedd which cost 2s. 6d. & a poor lamb's head cost 3d.
20th.  The Wind N. a very great hoar frost this morning, the day was very fair, sun-shiny & pleasant.
21st.  The Wind N.N.W. blowing cold & raw in the Morning; The Evening fair & warm; a very poor Market to day at LLanfechell, there was 3kids there not worth ye Skinning, & a calf bought for 5s. at other years would not have been bought hardly by the poorer sort.
22d.  The Wind W. blowing very cold& raw all day: my people all this week at same work of Harrowing & plowing, pd. 8d. for Ale at Cemaes.
23d.  The Wind N.W. warm & pleasant in the morning; The Evening very cold & raw & cloudy withall. gave 1s. to Sam: Jones yt had ye loss of a Cow.
24th.  The Wind W. blowing high & very cold, especially in the Morning; the Evening warmer and the Wind much allayed. today I begun to plow for Barley.

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