●6 [this is written in the margin opposite this entry; there is a white pattern on the black moon sw] February the 7th.  The Wind S and by W. blowing something high, and raining a cold rain from 6 in the Morning till near 2 in the afternoon, fair afterwards till 5, when it rained again very hard.
8th.  The Wind N. fair and dry all day, but sharp & cold, the Market at LLanerchymedd rather lower than the two last.
9th.  The Wind N.E. fair, clear & serene, & not very cold, sowed Pease in the Wall-garden for a second crop.
10th.  The Wind E. sharp and cold, & fine dry weather, a pretty good Markett for flesh to day at LLanfechell.
iith. The Wind E. something cold, but fair, clear and dry my people begun to plow for Oats in Bodelwyn, being very wet before. there was a very hard frost this Morning –
12th. The Wind E. & excessive cold, made severall showers of Hail in the Morning. The Parson preached on Matt. Chap. iith. & vers. 30th. Paid Richard Roberts of Cerrig mân one of Caerdegog Tyth-takers 9s. for 9 loads of straw for the house of Gwenithfryn. to Mr. Wm. Parry's use—

13th.  The Wind E. & by N. blowing very cold accompanyed with showers of Hail & Snow most part of the day, & at the fall of night all the fields were quite covered with snow; and it

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freezed upon that afterward before day. had an account yt Mr. Owen Lewis of Cemlyn (the Surgeon) died at Waterford in Ireland of a Fever the 2d Instant.

14th.  The Wind E. snowing almost all day, especially about noon it poured so fast, that before night it was a foot deep. a very small Fair at LLanfechell to day because of ye Snow.
15th. The Wind E. Sun-shiny & fair, haveing freezed hard,last nigh[t sw] begun to thaw about noon, & continued so till Sun set, when it freezed again, thawed afterwards about 8.

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