April 11th.  The Wind N.W. blowing fresh & cold, but dry & sun shiny, and continued so all day .
12th.  The Wind W. blowing moderate, & moderately warm with a fine dew this morning, the Evening especially was warm and clear & very calm . 

13th.    10 . ● [this is written vertically immediately below '13th.' sw] 

The Wind variable from E. to S. E. & afterwards to N. generally dark & cloudy, but calm & very warm & made some warm rain about 4 in the Evening. Yesterday Cloudy ’s Grandaughter brought forth a filly, the Sire of her is Iago the tame Colt by Mr. Wright's mare.

14th.  The Wind E. blowing fresh & something cold and scorching all day; overcast, dark & cloudy in ye Evening and made fine warm rain about 5 for near an hour, and a great deal of rain in the night.
15th.  The Wind E: blowing fresh, something cold, and very scorching had not last night's rain much refreshed the ground; A pretty full Market to day at LLanfechell & a good deal of Butcher's meat, but not fat.
16th.  The Wind E, blowing high in the morning, cold and scorching, came to N. in the Evening & grew calm and very warm: My people all this week are plowing for, & sowing Barley: To Day I first heard the Cuccow, & saw the first Swallow this year.
17th.  The Wind S. W. blowing fresh, cloudy and dark in the morning; The Evening calm & very warm.
18th.  The Wind S.S.W. blowing moderately with a fine warm rain long before day till ii a clock, the Evening dry , but dark & cloudy. Pd. the Collector of the land tax 2 pound 14s. [8 sw]d. for my lands in LLanfechell.

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