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28th.  The Wind W. & raining very hard about 4 in the morning, fair & dry, but very windy from that time till 3 in the Evening when it made a grea[t sw] shower of hail & Sleet, and excessive heavy rain till about sun set; Pd. 3s. 6d. to a Mole Catcher for killing 4 dosen & 8 Moles at 9d. a Dosen. Pd. Mr. Owen LLoyd Coal Meter at Cemaes 11s. 8d. – Duty for my last Coal.

29th.  The Wind W. moderately calm, sun shiny, fair and dry all day, but so immoderately wet that there is neither plowing nor Sowing.
30th.  The Wind N. blowing fresh, but not very cold, sun Shiny & dry all day, my people sowed pease to day in the field behind ferem tho it was very wet, the season being so far spent . LLanerchmedd Market lower to day– than any time this year. Pd. 1s. for 3 watch keys.
31st.  The Wind W. & by S. very high & cold, & rained very hard in the Evening; pd. Thomas the Slater of Cefn Helig 5s. for 7 days he worked here, in ^white^ washing the house, mending the stoves, Ovens &c. gave Mr Williams the Parson of LLanfachreth's Man 6d– [the line is actually under the 'd' sw] who brought here 3 large Mullets & a Lobster.
April ist.  The Wind N. N. E. high & stormy & excessive cold all day accompanyed with frequent showers of hail & sleet . LLanfechell Market aforded to day 3 or 4 poor Carcasses of Lamb & kid frightfull to look at today. I sowed a piece of ground with Parsnip Seeds, being ye fourth time I attempted before, & left of because of the rain ·


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