March 14th.  The Wind N.W. moderately calm but very cold, haveing feezed hard last night and a very great hoar frost this morning, but sun-shiny fair and warm in the Sun all day afterwards. gave 6d. at a Collection in Church for a person whom I was satisfied was an object of Charity.
15th The Wind N.W. very cold in the morning, having freezed hard last night & a great hoar frost this morning, all the rest of the day was sun shine and very warm in the Sun: About 9 this night the Aurora Borealis [GOLEUNI'R GOGLEDD] as they are comonly [there is a line over the 'm' sw] called ^appeared^ but now they should rather be called Aurora Universalis because the whole Firmament was covered with beams of light that darted from the Horizon quite to the Zenith . so that it was as light as any full- Moon night.
16th.  The Wind W. & by S. calm & warm , but not very clear, there was a great hoar frost this morning, & some frost on the Water , the rest of the day sunshiny and fair· 
17th.  The Wind W.& by S. calm & clear sunshiny weather but a prodigious hoar frost this morning, & some frost on the water. pd. Wm. Hughes parson ofLL=trisant (as Trustee to Owen Price an Infant ,to whoseGrand Mother I was indebted by Bond) 21 pound 10shillings in full Pricipall and Interest. and took up my Bond The Market at LLanerchmedd much the Same as to Corn, but very little Butcher's meat.

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