March 13th.  The Wind N.E. blowing fresh & very cold, dark & cloudy in the Morning; the Evening Sun shiny but very cold. The Priest preached on Galat: Chap. 6th. vers . 15th. ye Same Cant. had an acct. yesterday (& no Sooner & that by another hand) that my Son had been called to the Bar last Hillary Term.

14th.    ●12 [this is written in the margin below '14th.' sw]

The Wind variable all day, shifting from N.W. to N. & N.N.E. a pretty hard frost this morning, very cold, and the wind blowing high & stormy accompanyed with frequent showers of hail both morning & Evening & Evening: finished to day harrowing small Oats·

15th.  The Wind N. W. in the morning, calm, sunshiny & warm; came to S.W. in the Evening & grew very cold overcast & cloudy .
16th.  The Wind  S.W. very calm, cloudy and dark in the morning and very raw cold weather. from 3 in the Evening till night the Sun shone bright, & was much warmer : The Market at LLanerchmedd very low & little asking for Corn: but Butcher's meat at an Extravagant rate.
17th.  The Wind S. W. moderately calm, cloudy, dark and a very thick moist cold air, neither Sun, Moon, or Stars appearing day nor night ·
18th.  The Wind E. N. E. blowing fresh & very cold, but the Air dry, and Sun Shiny: not a bit of Butcher's Meat at LLanfechell Market this day: Pd. George the Tinker 1s. for makeing 12 Baskets .
19th.  The Wind N.E. blowing fresh, dry, & very cold, but sun–shiny all-day, my people are to day & yesterday harrowing great Oats.

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