Here begins the Year 1749.  March 25th.  The Wind S. & by E. blowing moderate in the morning & not cold & generally Sun— shiny & fair all day; the Evening extraordinary fair, warm and pleasant like to an Evening in June: betwixt 70 & 80 persons to day received the Sacrament in LLanfechell Church : Pd. 18d. Postage for Letters ·
26th.  Easter Day. [this is written in the margin below '26th.' sw] The Wind E & by S. blowing moderate & raining almost all day:about 190 persons communicated to day at LLanfechell Church : The — Priest preached in the Evening on John Chap: 5th. verse 14th. 
27th.  The Wind E. blowing fresh & drying well, yet not cold, & generally Sun Shiny and fair all day: The Priest chose the Same Warden for ['for' is in the margin sw] this year as served the last; & the parish to preserve their Right of chusing another, agreed to chase him likewise that served the last year·
28th.  The Wind E. blowing fresh and cold, cloudy and dark all the morning and untill 3 or 4 a clock in the Evening when it made some Sun Shine: I saw To Day a Swallow in Cae'r Penrhyn and I do not remember ever to have seen any so zzz before.
29th.  The Wind E. blowing fresh & cold, but generally Sun shiny & fair, about the fall of night it begun to rain, & rained all the(whileI sat up which was about 10,)but not hard.
30th.  The Wind E. blowing fresh and cold all day, & generally Sun– shiny; To Day I had the first Harrows out this year to harrow Oats.
3ist.  The Wind E. blowing fresh and very cold, but generall Sun Shiny– the Evening on the fall of night very calm, & so was the night, but very dark & cloudy: My people are to day harrowing Pease: Pd. 1d. for Clary Seed[. sw]
April ist.  The Wind E & by N. blowing fresh cold & raw, cloudy & dark weather - all day, yet continued dry, & my people harrowing.
2d.  The Wind W. calm, & not cold, cloudy and dark in the morning, with signs of a great deal of rain haveing fallen sometimes last night; About ii a – clock I set out for LLysdulas to proceed from thence too morrow to Car- –narvon Sessions to Sollicit my Dear Mother's cause against LLoyd the Irishman . came to LLysdulas soon after i in the Evening, and before dinner and staid there this night. Pd. Evan Pierce 13s. 6d. for Catching Moles at ye rate of 9d. a Dosen.

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