March 13th  

12● [this is written immediately below 'March' sw] The Wind S.E. cloudy in the Morning but fair & Sun Shiny tho cold in the Evening to Day & yesterday I carryed the 20 peggets Oats to Dulas that I had sold Tho. Bryan for 6s. 6d. a pegget. to day I begun to sow Oats at Coydan, spent 1d.2/1 for Ale.

14th.  The Wind E. high cold & drying weather, a pretty full markett to day at LLanfechell, bought 2 penny worth of fish.
15th.  The Wind E. blowing high, but very cloudy & overcast yet made no rain in these parts, but rained hard I believe in ye S.W. parts of the Countrey. sowed a plot of Carrots, viz. 3 ounces I had bought of Owen Hughes ye Pedlar, <for 1.s> of whom I bought likewise 3 ounces & half of Onion seeds for 1s. 9d. One pennyworth of Winter Savory Seed & 1d worth of Hissop Seed. to day I planted the Alders in the watery bottom of Cae Tŷ yn y LLŵyn–

16th  The Wind E.N.E. but not cold, cloudy & [some sw] little rain in the Morning, & a little in ye Evening ☞ [this pointing hand symbol is in the margin, pointing at this line sw] the night before last night, Mrs. Wynne Dr. Ed. Wynn of Bodewryd's wife came home to Bodewryd being sent for by her husband upon a reconciliat[? sw] [the end of the word is lost in the binding sw] after a Separation of 17 years, being married abou[t sw] [presume a 't', but the end of the word is in the binding sw] 20 years ago, cohabited together 3 years, had 2 or [3 sw] [presume '3' but half of this figure is lost in the binding sw] children (who are all dead) & then parted, & never came together till Fryday last.

17th.  The Wind N.E. blowing high & prodigious cold. was this day at a Cocking at Owen Warmingham  

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