April 22d.  The Wind N. W. and blowing fresh & exceeding cold all the morning and till 4 in the Evening when the Wind came to S.W. when all at once it became very still and warm- for the rest of the day: Pd. i0d. for a side of poor Lamb & i3d.for a quarter & the head of very poor Veal.
23d.  The Wind N. blowing pretty fresh & very cold in the morning, but Sun shiny, clear & pleasant and drying well all this day; My Servants all this week were plowing for, & sowing barley, they sowed likewise some Oats, but there is a great deal yet unsowed because of the wet- –ness of the ground: finished likewise this week planting all my– Potatoes by the hands of my day labourers haveing planted this year betwixt 3 & 4 peggets of Potatoes.
24th.  The Wind S. S. W. blowing fresh & very cold, the water being freez'd this morning; was dark & cloudy all day & made a good deal of rain from 4 in the Evening till 6, & threatens to make still more rain: Pd. Rolant ’ Bwiliam Rolant ab Robert 6d. for 2 Lobsters·
25th.  The Wind S. in the morning, but calm & raining till 9 when it came to N. about noon & continued dry all the rest of the day.
26th.  The Wind S. blowing fresh, dark, cloudy cold weather all day attended with frequent showers of cold rain for most part of the day, but from 6 in the Evening till 9 it rained very heavy.
27th.  The Wind W. in the morning & blowing very moderate, dark foggy weather all the morning & till 3 in the Evening when the wind came to S. W. was Sun shiny , fair & warm [the rest of sw] ye day
28th.  The Wind S. blowing fresh, sun shiny, fair & drying well all this day Paid Hugh Jones a Denbigh Man 2s. 6d. for some preparation of poyson that he laid in the way of the Norway Rats in order to destroy them·
29th.  The Wind S. blowing fresh, cloudy & dark in the morning till i0 when it cleared up & was sun shiny & fair & drying well all the rest of the day; Pd. John ’ Bwiliam Lewis 3s. 6d. for a hogshead I bought of hîm, Pd. John Thos. 9d. for a quarter of an ounce of Cauly flower seeds,pd. Shadrack is. 2d. for a Side of Lamb, & pd. Rhys bentir is. 6d. for a quarter of Veal & the head . in all 6s. iid.
30th.  The Wind S. blowing fresh and for the most part cloudy & dark but made no rain: My people all this week when the weather permitted were plowing for & sowing barley, except 2days they sowed and harrowed the Oats .

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