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Author: Samuel Pepys
Publisher: University of California Press
Keywords: pepys, shorter
Number of Pages: 1164
Published: 1985
ISBN-10: 0520034260
ISBN-13: 9780520034266

Generations of readers have found Pepys' diaries one of the best ways to vicariously experience the tumultuous world of seventeenth century London, the time of Restoration, the Plague, and the Great Fire. The short Pepys recreates this world for readers daunted by the complete multi-volume set of diaries. Containing about one-third of the original, the abridgment is full enough to give us just the essence but the detail of Pepys' daily life.
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Author: Samuel Pepys
Publisher: University of California Press
Keywords: diary, extracts, pepys, illustrated
Number of Pages: 260
Published: 1978
ISBN-10: 0520036336
ISBN-13: 9780520036338

Illustrated version of selected passages from Pepys' diary between 1660 and 1669, showing his robust enjoyment of both his public and private lives
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Author: Samuel Pepys
Publisher: University of California Press
Keywords: diary, extracts, pepys, illustrated
Number of Pages: 268
Published: 1983
ISBN-10: 0520051130
ISBN-13: 9780520051133
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Author: Samuel Pepys
Publisher: Forgotten Books
Keywords: pepys, samuel, diary
Number of Pages: 192
Published: 2008-06-30
ISBN-10: 1451009828
ISBN-13: 9781451009828
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Author: Christopher P. Driver
Publisher: University of California Press
Keywords: modern, cook, recipes, century, table, seventeenth, pepys
Number of Pages: 126
Published: 1984-01
ISBN-10: 0520053869
ISBN-13: 9780520053861
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Author: Richard W. Barber
Publisher: University of California Press
Keywords: king, charles, second, james, admiralty, pepys, esquire, secretary, samuel
Number of Pages: 76
Published: 1970
ISBN-10: 0520017633
ISBN-13: 9780520017634
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Author: Peter Earle
Publisher: University of California Press
Keywords: family, life, london, society, business, english, middle, class, making
Number of Pages: 446
Published: 1989
ISBN-10: 0520068262
ISBN-13: 9780520068261

This is the first major study of a neglected yet extremely significant subject: the London middle classes in the period between 1660 and 1730, a period in which they created a society and economy that can be seen with hindsight to have ushered in the modern world. Using a wealth of material from contemporary sources--including wills, business papers, inventories, marriage contracts, divorce hearings, and the writings of Daniel Defoe and Samuel Pepys--Peter Earle presents a fully rounded picture of the "middling sort of people," getting to the hearts of their lives as men and women struggling f
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