28th.  The Wind W. a dry fair day but cloudy, sowed some pease in the Wall garden in the place of those that the Mice had devou[re sw]d
29th.  The Wind N.N.W cold & dry pleasant sun shiny weather a great congregation at Church to day, the Parsonpreached on Deut. Ch. 6. verses. 6.&7. to day I had an acct. that Cousin William Parry was settled in the Register Office with a Sarary of 300L. a year, & he to provide Clarks & to pay them, being 4 in Number at 20L. a year a piece and to provide parchments, &c.

March ist. 

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The Wind N. a cloudy dark day in the morning, and very cold, but drying bravely. and continued so all day I have 3 plows going every day since ye dry weather, and people digging in the garden

March 2d.  The Wind N. a fine clear day & drying apace, my – people at the same work as before. sowed Beans in ye Orchard to Day
3d. The Wind E. dark and cloudy & blowing hard & very cold. and very dry scorching weather. The Market at Llanerchmedd much the same as last week. To day a Woman came to LLanfechell Impostress [this is written in the margin opposite this line sw] pretending to come from Dublin by the way of Parkgate, walked on foot from thence to this Countrey, & from Traeth Côch hired a Horse to come here pretending she was my Daughter, and had imposed upon all ye people of the Village who had made much of her, and when I went to see her & bring her home, found that She was not onely not my Daughter, but had not <so> much as one feature of her face, complexion colour, height nor Size, and from whom I had received a letter but i0 days before, & therfore I packed her to be hanged, & every one afterwards were ashamed of their stupidity.
4th.  The Wind N.E. a fine calm sun shiny day, my people at the same work still

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