February 25th.  The Wind W. blowing cold, but dry, clear & Serene, Sowed. some Carrot & parsnip Seeds to day for the first time.
26th.  The Wind S W. pretty high, dark & cloudy in the morning, but made no rain till night. when it rained very hard most part of the night, One Nicholas Oughton that teaches the people of LLanerchmedd to Sing — Psalms, came to this Church to day with 15 of his Scholars to sing, that we of this parish might have a tryall of their Singing ( being about to employ him to teach here ) he & his Scholars were entertained by the Parson & my Self at Dinner, & after Evening Prayer treated them with some ale where I pd. my 1s. 
27th.  The W. something high, sharp & cold, about sun-set it made some rain when the wind came to N.N.W. & blew a mighty storm about 10 accompanyed with great showers of Hail, cold sleet, Thunder & Lightning.
28th.  The Wind N.W. blowing high & very cold with some showers of hail or Sleet. dark & cloudy besides, made some showers of Cold Sleet in the Evening, & at the fall of Night the wind blew high & continued very tempestuous all night.
March ist.  The Wind N.W very high, cold & tempestuous, accompanyed with showers of cold rain in the Morning, the Evening was extream cold & tempestuous, accompanyed with – Hail & feathered snow by turns .
2d.  The Wind N. sharp cold & dry, but not stormy, ye Evening sun-Shiny calm & mild . went out with my Gun, & My faithfull Dog Ranter & brought home a Partridg & a Plover.
3d. The Wind N.W. very cold, but dry, sun-shiny & pleasant, a great Market to day at LLanfechell, my people a plowing for Oats all this week at Bodelwyn.


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