Janr. 13th. ∣∣ Apple Trees ∣ [this is written in the margin, opposite this entry sw]
To day I planted in the Wall Garden twelve apple trees designed for dwarfs graffed on Parradise Stocks that I bought in Dublin for 1s. a tree. they stand in the Garden in the following Order.(Viz) The aforesaid Trees being planted on each side the Middle walk the 2 next the west on the South side of the Walk are the Bellesine Apple. the 2 next them on the South side or – border are the Muscovy Apple. [there is a '/' (solidus) here in another pen, or pencil sw] the 2 next the East in the same border are the Golden Russet. the 2 next the East in the North side or border of the walk are the French Rennet, the 2 next them in the same border are the Golden Rennet, the 2 next the West in the North border are the Non Parreil.
|14th. The Wind S. cold & cloudy and intollerably wet & dirty. haveing made some rain in the morning the rest of ye Day fair|
|15th. The Wind S.W. fair & dry all day, made some frost last night. these 5 Days last past David Owen Lewis the Cooper of Cemlyn has been here, cutting, dressing, & Sorting of Hoops in Bundles –|
|16th. The Wind W. cold & raw, but dry above head, which is a great rarity, a pretty good Market at LLanfechell, some Turnip still.|
17th. 4 ❍ [this is written in the margin immediately below '17th.' sw]
The Wind S.W. fair & dry all this day, planted this day in the Round in the Wall Garden a parcell of the largest spanish Nuts that ever I saw. which I had of Mr. Benjamin Parry at Dublin.
|18th. The Wind S. dark cloudy and raining all ye Morning as it did most part of the Day, the Parson preached on Rom: Chap. 13th. & the latter part of the 13th. vers. rained very hard most part of this night.|
|19th. The Wind S.W dark & cloudy all day but made no rain yet very cold wet & raw weather. pd 6d for Wild Fowl –|
|20th. The Wind. S. very Still dark, cold & cloudy, nothing else remarkable