May the first  The Wind N. & by E. very moderate & not cold - but a great hoar frost this morning on the ground: My people carryed to day 35 Quarters of Oats of board a Ship for London sold to David Morris of Fryers at the rate of 7s. 6d. a Quarter. Paid John Hughes of Marrian one of the Churchwardens for LLanddeusant 7s. 4d. Church Mize for my lands in yt parish·
2d.  The Wind N. and blowing extream high, cold & blasting. both morning & Evening with some showers of hail & cold sleet in the Evening & continued blowing high & very cold all the night. Paid 6d. for Ale to the Ship's Crew that helped to take in the Oats yesterday when the Sea was in .
3d.  The Wind N. blowing high and excessive cold, attended with very frequent showers of Hail, Sleet & feathered Snow, insomuch as the ground was quite covered with it about 7 in ye Morning it continued to bring down the like showers in the Evening, and the night promised no better: Pd. 1s. 6d. for a very Ordinary– quarter of Veal at LLanerchmedd .
4th.  The Wind N.W. blowing fresh and attended with frequent showers of snow & sleet in the morning; The Evening dry, & and much milder & the Wind Settled at S.S.W.
5th.  ii● [this is written vertically in the margin below 5th SW)The Wind S. S. W. blowing fresh and makeing some rain all the morning, but about 9 it begun to rain in earnest, & continued to rain very hard without hardly any intermission all the rest of the day and the night likewise while I was up, which was near ii at night: I should have mentioned that about 2 in the Evening the wind came to N.W. and brought down feathered Snow in great flakes till past 3 in the Evening .
6th.  The Wind variable all this day at all the points of the Compas with frequent Showers of rain both morning & Evening attended with some Thunder: My people are still plowing for Barley.
7th.  The Wind S.W. blowing very moderate, yet cold for the time of year and raining from 3 in the morning till near 7. the rest of the dry & generally Sun shiny; The Priest preached on i. Cor: Chap. 2d. verse. 2d. and in my Judgment ye preach[ment sw] was false and imperious.

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