March i7th.  The Wind E. something high, very cold, dry and Scorching — my people at the same work still, (viz) plowing, & sowing Oats. Went to Day to LLannerchyMedd, the Market much the same as last Week, pd. 9d for Garden Seeds. (viz) 3d. for half an ounce of Leek seeds, & 2d worth of Lettuce Seeds, pd. 10d. for Meat & drink. came home before 7. planted some Cabbage to day. & Dug & dressed the Asparagus Beds _
18th.  The Wind E. high, cold, and very dry Scorching weather– my people are plowing & harrowing to day at Cnewch=-dernog, Wm. Bevan of Groes Fechan owing me 19L. 17s. 3d- I was forced to buy of him ( rather than to be without any thing ) Eight Bullocks. 2 of 5 years old. 4 of 4 year old & 2 of 3 year old at May next.
19th.  The Wind S.S.E. raining in the Morning and frequent showers all the rest of the day, a pretty good Market at LLanvechell, sowed a whole plot of Carrots & some Lettuce Seeds. my people still at the Same work.
20th. The Wind E. a fair warm, Sun shiny pleasant day sowed in the little Garden 2 sorts of Beans, the 6 rows next Beans [this is written in the margin opposite this line sw] the Door are the Hot-spur beans, the other 3 rows next the North Hedge are the Spanish Hotspur bean –
21st.  The Wind E.S.E. dark & cloudy all day, made a little rain in the Morning, & a good deal in the Evening, but warm & still, the Parson preached on Matt. Ch. vers 33d. a dry insipid discourse, that could not rai[s sw]e the thoughts, nor invite the Attention of any one in Church I belive . to day being LLanbadrick wakes where there used to be a great Playing at football, to day there was not a foot ball seen there, a thing that was not <known>∎∎∎∎ before there in the Memory of any man –

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