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A copy of this letter, preserved among the Pepys MSS. in the author’s own handwriting, is subjoined: SIR, The fire is now very neere us as well on Tower Streete as Fanchurch Street side, and we little hope of our escape but by this.

A copy of this letter, preserved among the Pepys MSS. in the author’s own handwriting, is subjoined: SIR, The fire is now very neere us as well on Tower Streete as Fanchurch Street side, and we little hope of our escape but by this remedy, to ye want whereof we doe certainly owe ye loss of ye City namely, ye pulling down of houses, in ye way of ye fire. They swallow their own contradictions as easily as a hector can drink a frog in a glass of wine. B. ↩. Read 16 annotations by readers.

Samuel Pepys FRS (/piːps/ PEEPS; 23 February 1633 – 26 May 1703) was an administrator of the navy of England and Member of Parliament who is most famous for the diary he kept for a decade while still a relatively young man. Pepys had no maritime expe. Pepys had no maritime experience, but he rose to be the Chief Secretary to the Admiralty under both King Charles II and King James II through patronage, hard work, and his talent for administration.

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Read December 1664 of The Diary of Samuel Pepys by Samuel Pepys

Read December 1664 of The Diary of Samuel Pepys by Samuel Pepys. The text begins: December 1st. Up betimes and to White Hall to a Committee of Tangier, and so straight home and hard to my business at my office till noon, then to dinner, and so to my office, and by and by we sat all the afternoon, then to my office again till past one in the morning, and so home to supper and to bed. 2nd. Lay long in bed. Then up and to the office, where busy all the morning.

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Samuel Pepys recorded his private thoughts (in shorthand and occasionally code) from 1660, months before the Restoration of Charles II to 1669, when failing eyes rendered the effort impossible. During that time, Pepys rose from being a minor functionary of Sir Edward Montagu to a bureaucratic force in the English Navy. I’ve been dipping into the Diary of Samuel Pepys for years. It’s ideal for the compulsive reader who is often too distracted and preoccupied to stick with a book from cover to cover.

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It was written in shorthand, and is now housed at Magdalene College, Cambridge. Pepys’ diary entry for 22 February 1664 is typical of his blending of domestic details with affairs.

The diary which Samuel Pepys kept from January 1660 to May 1669. a major work of English literature, writes the renowned historian Paul Johnson. A witness to the coronation of Charles II, the Great Plague of 1665, and the Great Fire of 1666, Pepys chronicled the events of his day.