February 18th.  The Wind N.E. blowing fresh & cold, but not high, and generally Sun shiny and fair: To Day Edward _ Warmingham the second Son of Owen Warmingham by his Wife Frances Daughter to Mr. Owen Wms. of Carrog (the Eldest haveing gone on an East India Voyage since Michaelmas - last) took possession of all the houses & lands that were in the possession of hïs late Unkle Richard Wms. of Carrog, in behalf of, and instead of his Brother in the presence of his Father, William Davies of Bodelwyn & Hugh Owen of LLanfechell.
19th.  The Wind N.E. in the morning, it came to N. in the Evening and blew fresh and very cold all day: My people finished plowing all to day till they c[a sw]me to plow for Barley.
20th.  The Wind E. in the morning, came afterwards to N. was dark and cloudy most part of the day; but all day very cold & blowing fresh,dry and scorching .
2ist.  The Wind N. blowing fresh dark & overcast, some snow on the ground this morning & soon melted; brought down more about 9 in the morning which did not long continue; the rest of the day was dry, dark & cloudy.
22d.  The Wind N. very moderate,but yet very cold & generally cloudy and dark all day – My people are these days makeing up a Pinfold at Cadlas y Môch to fold the Sheep at nights; My Gardiner plants in Cae Ty'n y llŵyn & Cae Caled Beech instead of those which had failed- & stakeing them & fenceing about them: gave Richd. Jones the Mill Wright 5s. to bear his expences while he goes to look out for a Mill Shaft for my Mill, that which is now there being broke in two.
23d.  The Wind E. blowing moderate, yet very cold, & a good deal of Snow on the ground this morning, but soon melted, brought down - some more about 9, but was soon gone, all the day was cloudy & dark; the night was light and freezing very hard.
24th.  The Wind E. blowing fresh & freezing hard all day, a thick frost on the water this morning ; the Air generally cloudy , & brought down a shower of hail about 2 in the Evening, & made a great deal of snow (I should think ) on the N.E. side of the Countrey.
25th.  The Wind E. & pretty moderate, & not so cold as the preceding days, yet a very thick frost on the water; most part of the was Sun Shine.
26th.  The Wind W. pretty calm & very temperate, cloudy & small mizling rain frequently which was very refreshing: The Black Birds And – Thrushes soon perceived the change of weather ·

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