Wednesday, February 18 1756

This morning about 6:25 it began snowing very hard and continued snowing all day, and that very hard, but as it was open weather it did not lie on the ground above 6 inches deep; but, I believe, had there been a frost, it would not have been less than 2 foot deep. At home all day. The gardener at Halland drank tea with us. I lent him The Whole Duty of Man. In the evening Thomas Fuller the younger smoked one pipe with me…

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