February 9th.  The Wind S. S.W. blowing high and cold, and the Air dark and moist yet made no rain all day: Paid to my House-Maid Jane Owen Seaventeen pounds and One Shilling in full of four years Wages due to her since Allsainst last·
i0th.  The Wind S. blowing high in the morning and generally Sun Shiny and fair, but dry all day; the Evening and night were calm, warm and fair: there has been no Butcher ' s meat at this market Since the – Holydays, but plenty of Corn, Oatmeal, Salt, Bacon &c .
iith.  The Wind E. blowing fresh & cold, but sun shiny fair and dry – all day, The Green Plovers or Lapwings had the Cry they used to have in the time of laying and hatching in the Month of March: My people employed all this week in such trifling work as might excuse them from being said to be idle.
12th.  The Wind E. blowing fresh and very cold, but Sun shiny,fair and dry at day, about Sun Set the Wind came to W· grew very calm & the night was very still and Moon shiny .
13th.  The Wind E. very moderate, but cold, haveing made somefrost last night and as great a hoar frost this morning as ever I rememberto have seen all day was sun shiny and fair and the night calm and light.
14th.  The Wind E. & by N. calm Sun Shiny and fair, but a great hoar frost this morning also & some hard or black frost; about 4 in the Evening it raised a very thick stinking fog which I believe continued all or – most part of the night: A full Fair to day at LLanfechell & plenty of Countrey cloath both woolen & linnen, Pedlar's ware, Shooes, hats &c Paid John Ifan my Gardiner 4 pounds ten Shillings in full of his — wages to Candlemas last .
15th.  The Wind N. & by W. moderate, but cold and raw, cloudy & dark weather all day, & made two or three small showers of mizling rain.
16th.  The Wind N.W, very moderate, but cold and raw, and dark moaky weather all day, and generally attended with a Small mizling rain.
17th.  The Wind N. W. very moderate, but cold and raw &generally dark weather yet made but little rain: To Day Robert Pugh late Viccar of LLanbadrick was buryed at LLanbadrick.
18th.  The Wind S.W. very calm & warm weather attended all the morning with – frequent showers of mizling rain; The Evening was dry, but continued dark and cloudy as was likewise the night. pd. 2/1 for Tobacco. & Sent by Alice Jones 9s. 6d. to Mr Wm. Morris to pay for My News papers·

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