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March the 2d. The Wind W.& by S. cold & raw in the morning; the Evening warmer but attended with a mizling rain for the most part, & rained hard on the fall of night, Mr. John Bulkeley was buryed in the Evening service, I gave the Parson 6d. & to ye Sexton 6d.

3d. The Wind S.W. calm & dark with a moist raw Air, I have people to day makeing 2 banks more in the Willow plantation to plant Sallys [I presume WB means 'sallows' sw] in; pd. Wm Tallant 2s. he had laid out for me for Nails.
4th.  The Wind W. & by S. blowing fresh, but dark & cloudy all day, grew very calm before noon, but continued but dry all day, <yet>but made a great deal of rain in the night.
5th. The Wind N.W. calm, sun-shiny & very fair all day. The corn Market in LLanerchmedd lower that the week – before, & very little Butcher's meat in the Markett, & what there was, very poor & excessive dear.
6th.  The Wind N.W. a calm, sun-shiny, very fair day; plant =ed the two new banks with Sally poles & Osiers chifly; but some poles of the large - leaf Willow.
7th.  The Wind S. blowing fresh, & raining hard all ye Morning so that my people were forced to leave off plowing; the Evening afterwards was dry, but cloudy, cold & raw weather.
8th.  The Wind N.W. blowing a rank <storm> about 4 in the Morning, and continued blowing very high & cold till night, when the Wind was perfectly allayed. my people all this week are plowing at Coydan: Pd. Abraham Jones's Bill being 1L. 8s. 5d.
9th.  The Wind S.W. cold & raw, & makeing frequent Showers in the Morning; the Evening clear & dry; The Parson preached on Mat. Chap. 5th. verses 23d. & 24th.

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