March ist.  [this is written in the margin opposite this entry sw]1❍  [this is written vertically sw] The Wind S. blowing fresh, and raining without any intermission from 5 in the morning till past noon; and that it made no great rain in the Evening, yet it blew very high & stormy, especially in the night, & rained very hard about i0.
2d.  The Wind S. blowing fresh, Sun shiny fair & dry till 4 in the Evening, the rest of the day was cloudy, dark & overcast, and – made some rain in the night: My people were all this week (except when it rained) plowing for Oats in Coydan Park.
3d.  The Wind S. blowing fresh, Sun Shiny, fair and dry; till 4 in the Evening when it grew cloudy & dark and very cold, and soon after – brought down a very great shower of hail, but cleared up afterwards before night: pd. Rhys Bentir is. 2d. for a Side of Lamb & the head.
4th.  The Wind W. and blowing moderate, but cold and raw, yet dry & generally Sun shiny till 4 in the Evening when it grew dark & cloudy, and blew high & stormy all Night accompanied with heavy showers of rain.
5th.  The Wind W & by S. blowing fresh, Sun shiny, fair and drying well all day; Paid Cousin Humphrey Mostyn's Bill being Six pounds 16s. 6d. & left 7s. 6d. more in his hands to pay for Clover Seed.
6th.  The Wind S.W. and blowing moderate, but cold, yet Sun Shiny fair and drying well all day except a small shower about i . in the Evening.
7th.  The Wind S. blowing very moderate, Sun shiny and fair all day - but a very great hoar frost this morning: Pd. 26 shillings for 5 Peggets of hay Seed bought of Richard Parry of Pen y Dref.
8th.  The Wind S. and very moderate, Sun shiny, fair & pleasant all day, but a great hoar frost this morning also: Pd. 3s. for Butcher's meat.
9th.  The Wind ·S. blowing very moderate with a mizling rain in the - morning: the rest of the day was sun shiny fair and dry: My people were all this week plowing for Oats at Coydan Park.
10th.  The Wind S. blowing fresh and cold but shiny and dry till i0 when it begun to blow very high attended with rain which continued so more of less till near Sun Set[, sw] and the wind was much allayed: The Priest preached on Mat: Chap: 6th. verses 16 . 17 & i8.
iith.  The Wind S. blowing fresh all day and generally cloudy & dark, yet it – continued without makeing any rain,and dryed well.

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