March 13th.  The Wind S.W. blowing fresh in the Morning and withall dark and Cloudy. but from 12 a clock till night. it – made nothing but raining, & that excessive hard at times.
14th.  The Wind N.W. blowing fresh in the Morning & pretty clear and Sun-shyny. but afterwards it made severall Showers of cold rain at intervalls. the ground is so wet that I can – neither plow nor harrow, my people still are makeing the Pinfold at Rhôs- Garrog, the lad at the Garden does the Same work as before. viz) dressing the borders
15th. The Wind N.W. cold dark weather with some showers of cold sleet in the Morning, the Evening fair & dry, made a good deal of rain in the night afterwards, continued the same work on the farm & in the Garden as before —To day I received my Doe–Skin Breeches from Cousin Hen- Morgan of Henblas that he had bought for me in London
16th.  The Wind W. S. W. very cold dark, raw weather, about 10 it begun to rain, and rained excessive hard till 2 in the Evening. then fair for some time, but made severall showers afterwards before night, the Market at LLanerchymedd lower and lower, and very little corn in it.
17th.  The Wind W. S. W. blowing fresh & very cold, but drying in the Evening it made a great shower of Hail, the [Ea sw]rth Exceeding wet, my people still at the same work [? sw] the Harrowers finishing what fresh ground I have dry – To day I paid into William Davies my Man's hand One Hundred & ten pounds three shillings & Sixpence in order to go tomorrow to Pwllhely, & pay them to Mrs. Lucy Wynn of Havod, Gregog,(viz) 10L. for one years Interest for 200L. I owe her, & to pay her 100L. of the Principall, gave Roger Jones of Cemaes 1s. for his care in buying me Clover Seed at Wrexham Fair, & pd. John Roberts Taylor 7s for Work.

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