February 7th.  The Wind W. S. W. blowing high and cold all day; about 2 in the morning it blew a great storm for about half an hour, & made a little rain about 3 in the Evening.
8th.  The Wind W. S. W. raining pretty hard before day, the Wind high, cloudy & cold all day ; Paid Hugh Jones alias y Drowel segur 9s. for three measures of gray pease.
9th.  The Wind S.W. dark & cloudy raw weather all the morning ; about noon it made a heavy rain for an hour, but from till night it incessantly rained a driveing mizling rain without any intermission. A very small Market at LL–mêdd & the little Corn that was there, at a low price.
10th.  The Wind N. W. not high, but exceeding cold & raw in the morning; the Evening moderately warm.
iith. The Wind S. W. very calm&warm, & raining from 6 in the Morning till near 2 in the Evening, fair all the rest of the day . Not a bit of Butcher's meat in LLanfechell Market to day.

12th.  The Wind E. & by N. blowing fresh, but not cold, and continued dry all day, my servants all this week are plowing for great Oats, when the weather permitted 

* [there is a star in the margin opposite this line sw] Graffted to day severall White heart Cherries, upon black Cherry stocks .

13th.   11● [this is written in the margin below '13th.' sw] 

The Wind S. calm, cloudy & dark, about 10 the Wind blew high & very cold, & continued so all the rest of the day: The Priest finished his unintelligible Jargon that he had begun this day three weeks.

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