March 26th.  The Wind N. cold and raw, but close still weather all the Morning, the Evening raining almost altogether, my people harrow every day – tho the ground in generall is very wet, yet where they have harrowed hitherto is naturally dry, to day I transplanted my Mellons & Cucumbers into the fresh hot=Bed sowed likewise clary & Carduus Seeds blew very hard almost all night.
27th.  The Wind N. and N.E. a Sun-shiny, dry, clear day from Morn to night. the Parson preached on John Chap. 6. vers. 67.& 68. a very dry, insipid discourse
28th.  The Wind S. and S.S.W. all day, dry, pleasant, and fair, but dark & cloudy all day, my servants all this employed ☞ [this symbol is in the margin opposite this line sw] in Sowing our Countrey Hay-Seed in the Park of Coydan after the Sowing of which I had 2 others sowing Clover Seeds in the same ground, and had 4 harrows at a time covering of it, at home in the Garden, I sowed Beans, and Pease.
29th.  The Wind S.W. fair calm & pleasant, my people still harrowing for Oats. & Pease. & the Gardener carrying Dung to the Melloniere in the Orchard, which I make use of – now altogether for Raising Kidney-Beans.
30th.  The Wind E. & N.E. fair, calm, sun-shiny, warm & very pleasant all the Morning, about noon the Wind blew hard, inclining to cold and scorching – my people at the same work to day at the farm & in the Garden, save that they sowed to day some Hay Seed & Clover in the field below the [? sw] of Bodelwyn barn, the Market very low for Corn at LLanerchymedd - falling every week.

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