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The Diary of Samuel Pepys, Jun/Jul 1664

By Bright, Mynors

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Title: The Diary of Samuel Pepys, Jun/Jul 1664  
Author: Bright, Mynors
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Language: English
Subject: Literature, Literature & thought, Writing.
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Excerpt: June 1st. Up, having lain long, going to bed very late after the ending of my accounts. Being up Mr. Hollyard came to me, and to my great sorrow, after his great assuring me that I could not possibly have the stone again, he tells me that he do verily fear that I have it again, and has brought me something to dissolve it, which do make me very much troubled, and pray to God to ease me. He gone, I down by water to Woolwich and Deptford to look after the dispatch of the ships, all the way reading Mr. Spencer?s Book of Prodigys, which is most ingeniously writ, both for matter and style. Home at noon, and my little girl got me my dinner, and I presently out by water and landed at Somerset stairs, and thence through Covent Garden, where I met with Mr. Southwell (Sir W. Pen?s friend), who tells me the very sad newes of my Lord Tiviott?s and nineteen more commission officers being killed at Tangier by the Moores, by an ambush of the enemy upon them, while they were surveying their lines; which is very sad, and, he says, afflicts the King much. Thence to W. Joyce?s, where by appointment I met my wife (but neither of them at home), and she and I to the King?s house, and saw ?The Silent Woman;? but methought not so well done or so good a play as I formerly thought it to be, or else I am nowadays out of humour. Before the play was done, it fell such a storm of hayle, that we in the middle of the pit were fain to rise.

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Table of Contents: The Diary of Samuel Pepys, Jun/Jul 1664, 1 -- Translator: Mynors Bright, Editor: Wheatley, 1 -- JULY 1664, 11 -- The Diary of Samuel Pepys, Jun/Jul 1664 -- i

 

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