March 5th.  The Wind  S. W. blowing moderate, cloudy and dark with a dirty mizling rain all the morning & some in the Evening, and rained excessive hard in the night: The Curate preached on i. Pet. Chap. ist. verse 9th.
6th.  The Wind N. blowing fresh and exceeding cold & raw weather all day & made some cold rain or sleet this day also.
7th.  The Wind N. E. blowing moderate but exceeding cold, yet dry all this day : Pd. is. 4d. for a Leghorn Letter·
8th.  The Wind N. E. calm, sun shiny & clear for most part of this day and drying well: paid Owen Thomas the Smith 7s. 8d. for work that the Bungler of this Village could not do.

9th ●3 [this is written vertically in the margin below '9th' sw]  The Wind E. & by N. very calm, Sun shiny , fair & warm all the morning; about noon it grew cloudy & overcast; and it had made some frost last night·

i0th.  The Wind E. blowing moderate, and not very cold, & generally Sun shiny, and drying well all this day.
iith.  The Wind E. N. E. blowing fresh & very cold & great deal of hail on the ground which had fallen sometime before day,the Air was generally cloudy & dark this day: the first 4 days of this week my people were at the Pinfold in Cefn y Groes, & to day & yesterday they were plowing.
i2th.  The Wind E. blowing moderate yet very cold all day, cloudy & dark, and freezed pretty hard this night.
i3th.  The Wind E. calm, cloudy & dark, cold raw weather & very great hoar frost this morning; Pd. Robert Owen 8s. of his winter's wages.
14th.  The Wind E. blowing very fresh all the morning cloudy & dark weather about noon it begun to snow & continued till 3 in the Evening but was all melted before night, & rained afterwards very hard in the night:Pd.Michael Evans's bill being 3s. 4d. 
i5th.  The Wind W: blowing moderate, cloudy & dark & drying very little & made some more rain this night also·
i6th.  The Wind S. blowing pretty fresh, cloudy & dark with a dirty rain almost all the morning & dryed but little in the Evening.
i7th.  The Wind S. blowing pretty fresh with a dirty mizling rain the morning but dryed well from 9 till 3 in the Evening when it grew hazy & made some more rain: Pd.Hugh ’ Probert of Tyddyn Salbry 4s. 4d. for a bushel of Vetches & gave a Servant is. [1/- sw] that brought me a present of Lemons & Oranges from – LLysdulas

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