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Letters and the second diary of Samuel Pepys

Samuel Pepys

Letters and the second diary of Samuel Pepys

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Published by J.M. Dent and sons limited, E.P. Dutton & co. inc. in London, and Toronto, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain
    • Subjects:
    • Pepys, Samuel, 1633-1703 -- Correspondence,
    • Pepys, Samuel, 1633-1703 -- Diaries,
    • Cabinet officers -- Great Britain -- Correspondence,
    • Cabinet officers -- Great Britain -- Diaries,
    • Diarists -- Great Britain -- Correspondence,
    • Diarists -- Great Britain -- Diaries,
    • Great Britain -- History -- Charles II, 1660-1685 -- Sources,
    • Great Britain -- History -- Stuarts, 1603-1714 -- Sources,
    • Great Britain -- Social life and customs -- 17th century -- Sources

    • Edition Notes

      Statementedited, with an introduction, by R. G. Howarth... with sixteen contemporary portraits and views.
      ContributionsHowarth, Robert Guy, 1906- ed.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDA447.P4 A4 1932a
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxiv, 456 p.
      Number of Pages456
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6286880M
      LC Control Number33006341
      OCLC/WorldCa475418

      Povy's by agreement, and there with Mr. This I reckon most sad newes; God make us sensible of it! Here very merry, Sir W. At noon to the 'Change, and so home to dinner. Trying a different Web browser might help. Mountagu keeps Pepys occupied preparing commissions for members of the fleet, with a strategy of moving Anabaptists out of positions of power.

      So after considering how to order business, Povy and I walked together as far as the New Exchange and so parted, and I by coach home. Povy carried me to Somersett House, and there showed me the Queene- Mother's chamber and closett, most beautiful places for furniture and pictures; and so down the great stone stairs to the garden, and tried the brave echo upon the stairs; which continues a voice so long as the singing three notes, concords, one after another, they all three shall sound in consort together a good while most pleasantly. Hill, my friend the merchant, that loves musique and comes to me a'Sundays, a most ingenious and sweet-natured and highly accomplished person. I can hardly keep myself loose, but on the contrary am forced to drive away my pain.

      Home to supper and to the office again, and then late home to bed. It is an employment into which some or other must be elected on Wednesday morning. Life Pepys was the son of a working tailor who had come to London from Huntingdonshire, in which county, and in Cambridgeshire, his family had lived for centuries as monastic reeves, rent collectors, farmers, and, more recently, small gentry. For example, his introductory discussion of Pepys's writing style in the letters, and how it contrasts with that of the Diary, makes little mention of scholars who have previously explored similar issues. So to the office, and there late till 11 at night and more, and then home to supper and to bed.


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Creed to discourse about some Tangier business, and he gone I made me ready and found Jane Welsh, Mr. Thence to Jervas's, my mind, God forgive me, running too much after some folly, but 'elle' not being within I away by coach to the 'Change, and thence home to dinner.

So took coach and to my Lady Sandwich's, and so to my bookseller's, and there took home Hooke's book of microscopy, a most excellent piece, and of which I am very proud.

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Lawson, Sir G. The King in discourse did ask me two or three questions about my newes of Allen's loss in the Streights, but I said nothing as to the business, nor am not much sorry for it, unless the King had spoke to me as he did to them, and then I could have said something to the purpose I think.

Coventry and others about business and so back to the 'Change, where no news more than that the Dutch have, by consent of all the Provinces, voted no trade to be suffered for eighteen months, but that they apply themselves wholly to the warr.

Here I did 'ce que je voudrais avec' her most freely, and it having cost 2s. His characteristic closing sentence was: 'And so to bed'.

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Thence to the Swan at noon, and there sent for a bit of meat and dined, and had my baiser of the fille of the house there, but nothing plus.

Sir W. Thomas Elliot 0 I beg you Letters and the second diary of Samuel Pepys book to believe that nothing but the sorrow and distraction I have been in by the death of my wife, increased by the suddenness with which it pleased God to surprise me therewith, after a voyage so… 26 MarSamuel Pepys to Sir Richard Browne 0 I have a sudden occasion offered me of asking your friendship, as well as a full assurance that I shall.

Pen, so that I must be forced to confess it to my wife, which troubles me. To my office all the morning. Lay long, and Letters and the second diary of Samuel Pepys book up and to my Lord of Oxford's, but his Lordshipp was in bed at past ten o'clock: and, Lord helpe us! I sat long talking with my lady, and then home to dinner.

Mountagu takes his seat in the House of Lords on 26 July. Thence at 9 at night home, and so to supper vexed and my head akeing and to bed.

So that I see that no man is wise at all times. Mountagu confides that, unknown to Monck, he has been corresponding with the king and the Duke of York for some time.

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There is, moreover, another distinction between the two: the Diary of Pepys was written "at the end of each succeeding day;" whereas the Diary of Evelyn is more the result of leisure and after.