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January 9th.  The Wind S W.  cold & raw dark weather, haveing rained excessive hard before day, it continued dry till night, at which time it rained mighty hard till i0 at night.

10th.  The Wind W. & by S. very cold & raw weather, tho it made but little rain to day, but the wind was high moist & very cold .
iith.  The Wind N. & by W. blowing fresh & very cold, with some little Snow in the Evening, that was soon over, my people all this week plowing at Coydan –
12th.  The Wind S.W. blowing very cold & raw, but made little or no rain till night, but when it begun, it continued raining almost till day.
13th.  The Wind S. very calm, and raining very hard all the morning, the Evening dry, but very cloudy, dark & cold.
14th.  The Wind N.E. fair, dry & pleasant, with some frost, & continued the same till night, where the Wind came to S. W . my people at the plowing work all this week.
15th.  The Wind S. W. Dark, cloudy weather all the - morning, & continuedso all with little or no rain, but the wind cold and raw,
16th.  The Wind W. in the Morning, came afterwards to N.W. haveing rained very hard from ii at night to 9 this morning, the rest of the day fair & pleasant.
17th.  The Wind W. & by S. calm & cloudy all day, but dry, to day my people finished fallowing for Barley, but have a great deal of Oat ground to be plowd yet, which is now too wett.

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