February 10th.  The Wind S. high & Stormy all day, and made severall showers before day and in the morning afterwards; to Day and yesterday I plant Box Tree on the top of the Slope that reaches from the Orchard Door to the Long Harbour;
11th. The Wind S. S. W. high, stormy & very cold, especially in the Evening, & the Market in LLanerchymedd somwhat high[er sw] [the end of the word is in the binding sw] than it was the week before .
12th.  The Wind S. in the morning; came to E. in the Evening; sun shiny & very fair, & moderately calm all day, pd. Ellin Prys 15d. for spinning a pound of Hemp . pd. 1d.2/1 for Ale.
13th.  The Wind S.E. sun-shiny , fair & moderately calm, & continu -ued so all day ·
14th.  The Wind S.E. dark & cloudy all the morning with some- showers of cold rain, the Evening fair & pleasant: a very full Fair to day at LLanfechell of Woolen & Linen cloath, Shooes, stockins, Hats &c. pd. George Warmingham 20s of his wages; My people employed in hedging the beginning of the Week, and plowing the rest of it.
15th. The Wind S.E. in the morning, warm & pleasant with soft showers like summer; The Wind came to W. & by N. in the Evening, blew fresh & very cold towards night.
16th.  The Wind S.W. in the Morning with cold showers of rain till ii; The Evening Sun shiny and dry, and the Wind blowing very cold from N.W. both these last nights very clear & fair, & the Moon shineing very bright.
17th.  The Wind S. W. in the morning, and raining almost incessantly from 4 in the morning till night. when the Wind came to N. and blew very hard and cold all night.

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