February 27th.  The Wind N. very calm & pleasant all day, yet something cold. all these days fencing about the Trees within the Meadow for a Shelter to the new Garden .
28th.  The Wind W. blowing fresh in the Morning & very cold, the Evening calm, warm and pleasant. Sowed to day Onions, Leeks & Carrots. My Servants all this week are plowing for Great Oats. paid William Griffith the Husband of William Mathew's Widdow 3s. for carrying things for me in his Ship from Liverpool.
March ist.  The Wind varying all day & turning to every point of ye Compas, very calm, sun shiny, warm & fair till 3 in the Evening when it grew foggy & cold .
2d. The Wind N.W very calm, dark & cloudy all day, yet exceeding warm & Sultry; it blew a small breez in the Evening. pd Margaret uch Ddavydd Tomas 1s. 3d. for spinning a pound of hemp for course cloath.
3d. The Wind E. & by S. blowing fresh, made a smart shower before day, afterwards dry & fair all the rest of the day.
4th.  The Wind W. dry and fair in the day, but made a great shower about 3 in the morning. The Market at LLanerchmedd very full of Corn, and ye price continues the Same as before .
5th. The Wind S. blowing fresh & dry all; To Day I begun to sow small Oats – Paid Thomas Bryan by his Servant Wm. Kemp Six pounds in part of a note of 8 pound.gave the Woman that brought me Muscles from LLysdulas 6d.

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The Wind S. very calm, sun shiny, clear and warm all day. A very poor Market at LLanfechell, there not being any Butcher's meat at all. pd. Mostyn's Wife 6d. that she had laid out at Liverpool for Mending my Lanthorn


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