February 14th.  The Wind S.S.W. fair & dry all the day, but rained most part of the night, a very great Fair to day at LLanfechell; An old Fair was likewise 

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revived at Carnarvon on this day that had been neglected for above a hundred years. ∼

15th. The Wind W & by S . dark & cloudy, But continued dry till night. when it made some rain.
16th.  The Wind S.W. fair and dry over head, & Sun-shiny in the Morning, made some sharp showers in the — Evening & also in the night.
17th  The Wind S. blowing high and raining very hard in the Morning, abated a little about noon, but at 3 in the Evening it begun again, and rained for the most part till night; my people <being> disabled from plowing all this week, being so excessive wett <are> employed in makeing and repairing of hedges.
18th.  The Wind S.S.W. fair dry & clear all day, but rained in the night, The Parson preached on John.Chap. 9th. verse 4th
19th.  The Wind W.S.W. cold & dry, but raw weather all day, my people still at the hedging work, others of them thatching the houses.
20th.  The Wind W.S.W. & very cold raw weather, but dry till night when it rained very hard for severall hours
21st.  The Wind W. very cold & raw, dark & cloudy, but continued dry; Paid William Tallant the Gardiner iL. 1s. of his wages.

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