Febr. 7th.  The Wind W. calm, sun-shiny and pleasant weather with some little Frost in the Morning, & continued fair all day, planted plumb Suckers in the Hedge of the Garden by the Barn at Coydan . as also some black Cherries –
8th.  The Wind S.W. cold and raining all the Morning, the Evening dry, but very cold and raw.
9th.  The Wind S. S.W. dark and cloudy and very cold and raw. and very like rain_and continued so all the rest of the day , The Market at LLanerchymedd very low the barley being from 10s. to 10s. 6d. a pegget, & all other Corn in proportion, tho the Corn Merchants that bought Barley for exportation gave for it, from 12 to 13s. a Pegget, and three or 4 vessells have been already laden at Cemaes & gone for Leverpool & Warrington . Fevers and Pleurisies are mighty comon [there is a line over the 'm' sw] and Epidemicall # [this hash is in the margin, opposite this line sw] in the Country, especially in the parishes of Aberffraw LLanvaelog, Llanbeulan, Llechylched, Bodedern, LLan-yngenel [presume Llanynghenedl; Helen Ramage gives 'Llanyngenedl'  sw], &  Holy - head, where they bury them almost every day, had an account that Simon Langford the Parson of Rhoscolyn. & Lecturer or Readerof Holy-head is dead since yesterday, a great many are Sick, and have died in these parts, but nothing in comparison of the before mentioned places.
10th.  The Wind S.S.W. blowing fresh, but very dark cloudy cold and raw weather as yesterday, my people (as many of them are as well) still a plowing at Coydan.
iith. The Wind W.S.W. fair and dry all day, a pretty good markett at Llanfechell, bought there a Side of Lamb for a shilling.

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