Febr. 28th.  The Wind S. & by W, blowing fresh & very cold with some rain about 5, & All the morning over cast and cloudy, but made but little rain all the day.
March 1st.  The Wind S. very calm & warm, and raining very hard from i in the morning without intermission till ii. the rest of the day was dry . there was more – floods & water standing on the ground this day – than any day in all the winter.
2d. The Wind W. blowing fresh and cold, overcast and cloudy all day but a little in the morning; Very little Corn in LLanerchmedd Market to day & that very low;
3d.  The Wind S. W. cloudy and dark all day, and made a - mizling rain in the morning, but the rest of the day was — dry but raw weather: Pd. John Fur Size the Scotchman 5s. for cloath bought of him, & delivered him my watch & 5s. along with it to be carryed to Chester to be mended.
4th.  The Wînd S. & raining hard long before day, about 9 the Wind came to W & by N. close, hazy, raw weather all the rest of the day. No Butcher's meat at LLanfechell this Market.
5th. The Wind W & by S calm & warm; but generally close cloudy & moist air all day: my people all this week employed in the same work as the last, onely two of them were thatching the Hovel where I keep timber & Carts.
6th.  The Wind N. very calm, sun Shiny & warm, & a fine dew this morning; the face of the Earth looks beautifull & promises a fine Spring. the Wind came to N.W. in ye Evening and it grew very cold & cloudy.


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