February 19th.  The Wind E. very calm, cloudy, cold & raw weather in the Morning, the Evening hazy, misty weather close & warm, two Boats of 14 Tun each takeing Barley in at Cemaes to day for Warington
20th.  The Wind S. S. W. Dirty, rainy weather all the Morning, which increased very much about 10, & continued a violent rain till i in the Evening, when it abated a little but continued a dirty mizling rain all the Evening, & I believe most part of the Night. the Parson preached on John Chap 4. vers. 22.
21st.  The Wind S.W. a very clear fair & dry morning, about i0, the sky was overcast & cloudy ,and made a great shower of Sleet about 12, the rest of the Evening fair & dry, tho it rained again in the night. to Day Two Taylors Viz. David Thomas Owen, & Richard ap Wm. Pritchard ap Wm. Pugh, and a Cowper who is Hugh the Son of Wm. # [this hash is in the margin opposite this line sw] Pugh'r Cowper anllad set out from LLanfechell for London pretending thereby to gett more work & better their fortunes.
22d.  The Wind S.W. cold & raw, & very wet, tho it did not rain to day, planted some Fir in Gallt ddu plantation instead of those that had failed, planted likewise some Black Cherry Trees in <Cae> Caled. my people still at the same work pd. Hugh Prŷs the Shoomaker, alias, y Pydew all his – demand for work done for me, being 7s. 6d.
Ash-Wednesday [this is written in the margin above '23d.' sw] 23d.  The Wind S.W. fair, clear & dry, but Windy all day, sowed to // [this symbol is written in the margin opposite this line sw] day in the Hot bed Mellons, Cucumber, & Cauly Flower Seeds [there is a tipped-over hash in the margin in another pen, or pencil, opposite this line and the next sw] My people still at the same work of plowing. The Market at LLanerchymedd very low, & very little asking.

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