March 23d.  The Wind S. blowing very high, stormy & tempestuous with some rain at times & continued so all the day & night, and tho it — brought down showers of hail & rain in the Evening the wind was rather higher in the Evening & night than in the morning.
24th.  The Wind S. W. blowing fresh cloudy & dark weather with often a mizling rain most part of the day & blowing high in the Evening and rained exceeding hard the greatest part of this night.
25th.  The Wind W. blowing high fresh & raining hard in the morning about 7 the rest of the day was generally dry & some Sun Shine.
26th.  The Wind S. blowing fresh & generally Sun Shiny & dry till near 5 in the Evening when it grew cloudy & overcast & made a good deal of rain from that time till 7. fetched to day from Holy head parish twelve Peggets of Barley for which I paid Nineteen pounds & three shillings at the rate of 32s. [there is a dot above the 's' as well as below it sw] a pegget, on[? sw]^[ly sw]^ 2 peggets I paid 3is.6d.for·
27th.  The Wind W. & by S. blowing very fresh & cold, some sun shine,but for the most part cloudy & dark, from 6 in the Evening till near 8 it rained for the most part very heavy·
28th.  The Wind S. blowing very fresh & raining hard in the morning & till near 8, afterwards was Sun shiny, fair & drying well all the rest of the day : Pd. 6L. 5s. being the remainder of the money promised for Cleifiog Cattle .
29th.  The Wind S. blowing fresh, cloudy dark weather & raining more or less most part of this day also; Pd. 20s. for 5 peggets of Countrey hay seed
30th.  The Wind S. blowing high & stormy before day accompanyd with great showers of hail & Sleet, fair & dry from 6 to i2 when it began to be overcast and to rain moderately from twelvetill 3.but from that time till far in the night it rained prodigious hard·
3ist.  The Wind W. blowing fresh and drying well all this day with a good deal of Sun shine. pd. John Wm. Sion Owen 37s. 4d. for 2peggets of Warrington Potatoes at the rate of i4d a Cibbin ; &pd. Robert Allen 2s for mending the windows.
April ist.  The Wind E. and N.E. blowing and very cold raw weather and raining === almost all this day with little intermission: Paid Owen Thomas the Smiths bill being 6s. i0d. and pd. the Collector of theLand tax, Light tax & Church tax all in this parish 2L. i0s. 8d. and Pd. 7d. for 2 pound weight of fresh Butter·

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