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Samuel Pepys Wall Picture

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Samuel Pepys Wall Picture

by Corfe

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Published by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Education,
  • Mathematics / General

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    SeriesHistory First Series
    The Physical Object
    FormatPoster
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7733070M
    ISBN 100521213452
    ISBN 109780521213455

      Samuel Pepys, an English diarist and politician, lived in London during the time of The Great Plague. Pepys was a well-educated man who attended Cambridge University and became successful due to his occupation as an administrator in the Navy and his position as the President of the Royal Society (Stack, M and Griffin, L., ; Stevenson, The Diary of Samuel Pepys opens with an entry dated January 1, The author was twenty-seven years old and already well on his way to a lucrative career in the service of the English crown.

      Samuel Pepys kept a diary for almost ten years, from January to May It is considered one of the most important diaries in the English language, offering a detailed account of critical historic events but also an insight into daily life in 17th century : History Hit. During the Great Plague of , Pepys suggested that the naval offices be moved out of London and he chewed tobacco to fight infection. An estimated , people were killed by the Plague. In Seething Lane in the City of London, there is a statue of Samuel Pepys. There is also a plaque on the wall in nearby Salisbury Court where he was born.

    - Samuel Pepys diary- August 16th It was dark before I could get home; and so land at church-yard stairs, where to my great trouble I met a dead Corps, of the plague, in the narrow ally, just bringing down a little pair of stairs - but I thank God I was not much disturbed at it. However, I shall beware of being late abroad again. The Diary of Samuel Pepys, M.A., F.R.S., Clerk of the Acts and Secretary to the Admiralty; ; transcribed by the Rev. Mynors Bright from the shorthand manuscript in the Pepysian Library at Magdalene College Cambrige, with Lord Braybrooks notes; edited with extensive additions by Henry B. Wheatley, F.S.A.; Volume XI, October 1, - February


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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 Alma mater: Magdalene College, Cambridge. Samuel Pepys has books on Goodreads with ratings. Samuel Pepys’s most popular book is The Diary of Samuel Pepys.

Samuel Pepys is Samuel Pepys Wall Picture book human, funny, moody man who has his ups and downs like the rest of us. His narrative during the plague records his concern about neighbors, and his real sorrow when people he knows succumb to it.

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To read just the diary is to understand the yearsbut by reading Tomalin's work we are able to understand Pepys and his country's entire by: Samuel Pepys recorded his private thoughts (in shorthand and occasionally code) frommonths before the Restoration of Charles II towhen failing eyes rendered the effort impossible.

During that time, Pepys rose from being a minor functionary of Sir Edward Montagu [later Earl of Sandwich] to a bureaucratic force in the English Navy.4/5.

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RSS feeds Diary entries; Encyclopedia topics. The diary which Samuel Pepys kept from January to May is one of our greatest historical records and a major work of English literature, writes the renowned historian Paul Johnson.

A witness to the coronation of Charles II, the Great Plague ofand the Great Fire ofPepys chronicled the events of his day. Originally written in a cryptic shorthand, Pepys's diary 4/5(2). The Samuel Pepys is one of pubs, bars and hotels across the South East owned by Faversham-based brewer Shepherd Neame.

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Walter Courtenay Pepys1says that the first mention of the name that he has been able to find is in the Hundred Rolls (Edw. I, ), where Richard 1Mr. Samuel Pepys, (23 February – 26 May ) was an English administrator at the Admiralty and Member of is famous for his diary.

Pepys rose to be the Chief Secretary to the Admiralty under Charles II, and later under James gh Pepys had no maritime experience, he rose by patronage, hard work and his talent for : 23 FebruaryLondon, England.

Sunday 19 August (Lord’s day). Up and to my chamber, and there began to draw out fair and methodically my accounts of Tangier, in order to shew them to the by and by comes by agreement Mr. Reeves, and after him Mr. Spong, and all day with them, both before and after dinner, till ten o’clock at night, upon opticke enquiries, he bringing me a frame he closes on, to see how the.

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The picture was published inwhen the political whirligigs had put Pepys out of a job. The king found him another soon after this. St Olave’s, Hart Street, where the Navy Office went to church, shown here about ; it had been spared by the fire.

Here Pepys buried his wife and his brother, and arranged to be buried himself. PREVIOUS EDITIONS OF THE DIARY. Memoirs of Samuel Pepys, Esq., F.R.S., Secretary to the Admiralty in the reigns of Charles II. and James II., comprising his Diary from todeciphered by the Rev.

John Smith, A.B., of St. John’s College, Cambridge, from the original Shorthand MS. in the Pepysian Library, and a Selection from his Private Corresp. Samuel Pepys is the astonishing biography by bestselling author Claire Tomalin.

WHITBREAD BOOK OF THE YEAR 'Immaculately well done. Tomalin has managed to unearth a wealth of material about the uncharted life of Samuel Pepys' Craig Brown, Mail on Sunday 'Sex, drink, plague, fire, music, marital conflict, the fall of kings, corruption and courage in public life, wars, navies, public /5().

With large, soulful brown eyes, jutting lower lip, and curly auburn hair, Pepys cut a swath through London society, from the coffee houses and printers of Fleet Street to the book stalls at St. Paul’s, pushing the Socratic injunction to “Know thyself” to its extreme, the most self-obsessed man in a self-obsessed era.

Samuel Pepys is as much a paragon of literature as Chaucer and Shakespeare. His Diary is one of the principal sources for many aspects of the history of its period.

In spite of its significance, all previous editions were inadequately edited and suffered from a number of omissions—until Robert Latham and William Matthews went back to the year-old original manuscript and deciphered each.

Samuel Pepys is famous because he kept a diary. He began his diary in January and continued writing it until Maywhen eye sight became to deteriorate too much for him to write. Samuel wrote about events in 17th century England - such as the plague of .Samuel Pepys, (born FebruLondon, England—diedLondon), English diarist and naval administrator, celebrated for his Diary (first published in ), which gives a fascinating picture of the official and upper-class life of Restoration London from Jan.

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