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- Samuel Pepys is the earliest diarist who is well-known today, although he had contemporaries who were also keeping diaries, such as John Evelyn.
- Samuel Pepys is a famous 17th century diarist who lived in London, England.
- Samuel Pepys was a notable diarist of the 17th century who described his personal experience of having a bladder stone and subsequent undergoing lithotomy.
- Samuel Pepys, the seventeenth-century English diarist, recorded several dinners he ate at 12:00 replete with heavy drinking.
- Her biography of Samuel Pepys won the Whitbread Book Award in 2002, and was shortlisted for the Samuel Johnson Prize in 2003.
- Montagu was the first cousin of the father of Samuel Pepys.
- The architect C. R. Cockerell was born in London and trained there in the architectural practice of his father, Samuel Pepys Cockerell.
- Epsom was visited by Samuel Pepys in 1663 when the town was famous for its wells.
- Among the many diaries of literary and psychological interest, the greatest is probably that of Samuel Pepys.
- Samuel Pepys spent the last two years of his life in Clapham, living with his friend and former servant William Hewer, until his death there in 1703.
- Early in his life, he trained in the architectural practice of his father, Samuel Pepys Cockerell.
- For ten years, from 1660, Samuel Pepys kept one of the most remarkable records ever made of a human life.
- Samuel Pepys, FRS (23 February 1633 – 26 May 1703) was an English naval administrator and Member of Parliament, who is now most famous for his diary.
- The scope of The Assassin's Cloak is peerless and international, and appropriately it begins with Samuel Pepys, the Shakespeare of all diarists.
- Unlike diarists such as Samuel Pepys or John Evelyn, Turner was not a man of national importance, located at the centre of English society.
- Literary non-fiction works include Samuel Pepys ' diary, in which he recorded many events relating to the Thames including the Fire of London.
- Biography > Memoirs > Diaries > Diarists
- English Society
- Human Life
- History > Biography > Memoirs > Diaries
- United Kingdom > England > Surrey > Epsom
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