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Dates and Events (2373)
28th March 1591
24th May 1612
27 July 1625
1628
Birth of James Stuart
14th October 1633
1636
12th March 1637
1643
14th October 1644
18th December 1646
1647
1652
1653
1657
29th January 1658
1660
29th May 1660
25th June 1660
1661
Service at St. Olaves (12th January 1662)
Samuel and others dine at Pepys' home (12th January 1662)
William Penn and the Pepys travel to Whitehall (12th January 1662)
The Pepys visit Elizabeth Pearse (12th January 1662)
The Pepys visit Jane and Theophila Turner (12th January 1662)
Samuel and Elizabeth return home (12th January 1662)
Samuel reads at home (12th January 1662)
Elizabeth berates Nell (12th January 1662)
30th January 1661
29th June 1661
Samuel receives a letter from the Duke of York (29th June 1661)
Samuel inspects delays at Deptford Dockyard with Sir William Penn and Sir William Batten (29th June 1661)
Samuel returns home (29th June 1661)
Samuel walks to the Bell tavern (29th June 1661)
Samuel meets with old friends in the Bell (29th June 1661)
Samuel drinks with his friends in the Bell (29th June 1661)
James Chetwind recommends a book to Samuel (29th June 1661)
30th June 1661
Samuel attends church with Elizabeth (30th June 1661)
Samuel dines with Elizabeth at home (30th June 1661)
Samuel travels to Whitehall with Sir William Penn and Sir William Batten (30th June 1661)
Samuel, Sir William Penn and Sir William Batten meet the Duke of York in Whitehall (30th June 1661)
Samuel, Penn, and Batten inform the Duke of York of the result of their inspections at Deptford (30th June 1661)
Samuel walks in Gray's Inn Walks (30th June 1661)
Samuel returns home (30th June 1661)
Elizabeth Pepys is slightly unwell (30th June 1661)
The Portuguese Ambassador visits the King (30th June 1661)
John Pepys visits Robert Pepys at Brampton (30 June 1661)
1st July 1661
Samuel visits the city to purchase items for the house. (1st July 1661)
Samuel buys a chest of drawers (1st July 1661)
Samuel buys an indian gown (1st July 1661)
Samuel dines with Theodore Goodgroome (1st July 1661)
Samuel takes a singing lesson. (1st July 1661)
Samuel works at the Navy Office (1st July 1661)
Samuel receives a letter from his father concerning his uncle's illness (1st July 1661)
2nd July 1661
Samuel visits Westminster Hall (2nd July 1661)
Samuel's discussion with his cousin (2nd July 1661)
Samuel's singing lesson (2nd July 1661)
Performance of 'The Siege Of Rhodes, Part 2' (2nd July 1661)
Samuel writes to Montagu (2nd July 1661)
Death of Samuel Crew (2nd July 1661)
3rd July 1661
Samuel visits Mr. Edward Montagu at Westminster (3rd July 1661)
Samuel dines with Lady Jemima Montagu (3rd July 1661)
Samuel and others visit Sir William Batten (3rd July 1661)
Funeral of Sir John Lawson's daughter (3rd July 1661)
4th July 1661
Performance of 'Claracilla' (4th July 1661)
Samuel visits his father (4th July 1661)
Samuel receives an update on his uncle's illness (4th July 1661)
Samuel visits the Royal Exchange (4th July 1661)
Samuel visits the Mitre with William Wight (4th July 1661)
William Wight and Samuel Pepys discuss John Pepys' absence (4th July 1661)
John Battersby and Samuel Pepys discuss Robert Pepys' haemmorrhoids (4th July 1661)
5th July 1661
Samuel works at the Navy Office (5th July 1661)
Samuel visits Sir William Batten (5th July 1661)
Samuel dines with Sir William Batten (1st August 1661)
Death of Robert Pepys
6th July 1661
Samuel receives news of his Uncle Robert's death (6th July 1661)
Samuel Pepys tells William Wight of Robert Pepys death (6th July 1661)
Samuel Pepys tells Lady Jemima Montagu of Robert Pepys death (6th July 1661)
Samuel buys new boots (6th July 1661)
Samuel travels to Brampton (6th July 1661)
11am, Saturday 16th July 1661
Midday, Saturday 16th July 1661
9pm, Saturday 16th July 1661
7th July 1661
Samuel and his father read Robert Pepys' will (7th July 1661)
Funeral of Robert Pepys (7th July 1661)
8th July 1661
13th July 1661
Samuel receives news that Tom Trice has raised objections to Robert Pepys' will (between 8-13 July 1661)
14th July 1661
Robert Barnwell dines with Elizabeth and Samuel Pepys (14th July 1661)
John and Samuel Pepys walk around Portholme (14th July 1661)
John and Samuel Pepys visit Hinchingbroke (14th July 1661)
15th July 1661
Samuel rides from Brampton to Cambridge (15th July 1661)
Samuel gets a trim (15th July 1661)
Samuel visits his brother at Christ College (15th July 1661)
Samuel visits King's College chapel (15th July 1661)
Samuel meets Dr. Fairbrother at King's College chapel (15th July 1661)
Samuel and Dr. Fairbrother go to the Rose Tavern (15th July 1661)
Samuel meets Mr. Turner at the Rose Tavern (15th July 1661)
Mrs. Turner joins the party at the Rose Tavern (15th July 1661)
Mr. Sanchy joins the party at the Rose Tavern (15th July 1661)
Samuel Pepys takes his leave of John Angier (15th July 1661)
Samuel travels from Cambridge to Impington (15th July 1661)
Samuel visits Talbot Pepys (15th July 1661)
Samuel, Talbot Pepys and Dr John Pepys discuss Robert Pepys' will (15th July 1661)
Samuel rides to Gravely (15th July 1661)
Samuel rides back to Brampton (15th July 1661)
16th July 1661
19th July 1661
Mr. Stankes, bailie for John and Samuel Pepys
John and Samuel Pepys travel from Brampton to Offord
John and Samuel Pepys travel from Brampton to Sturtlow
Sir Robert Bernard travels to Brampton
Samuel visits Sir Robert Bernard at Huntingdon (20th July 1661)
20th July 1661
Samuel, Sir Robert and Jaspar Trice disucss Robert Pepy's estate (20th July 1661)
Samuel and Sir Robert discuss the debt of Richard Piggot (20th July 1661)
Samuel dines with Sir Robert and his wife (20th July 1661)
Samuel visits Lewis Phillips (20th July 1661)
Samuel meets with Dr. Simcotes and others (20th July 1661)
Samuel and others visit the tavern (20th July 1661)
Samuel walks home from Huntingdon (20th July 1661)
Samuel meets with his father and others at Goody Gorum's tavern. (20th July 1661)
21st July 1661
Samuel puts his papers in order at home (21st July 1661)
William Stankes and wife dine with Samuel (21st July 1661)
Samuel continues working at home (21st July 1661)
The Trices, Mr. Green and Mr. Philips discuss business with Samuel (21st July 1661)
Samuel does business with William Luffe (21st July 1661)
Samuel sups with Mr Barnwell and John Bowles (21st July 1661)
22nd July 1661
3am, Monday 22nd July 1661
Midday, Monday 22nd July 1661
Samuel travels from Brampton to Hatfield (22nd July 1661)
Samuel buys a pair of wool stockings (22nd July 1661)
Samuel dines at the Salisbury Arms (22nd July 1661)
Samuel drinks with Mr. Looker at the Salisbury Arms (22nd July 1661)
Samuel and Mr. Looker travel to London (22nd July 1661)
Samuel visits Thomas Fenner (22nd July 1661)
Samuel visits his mother (22nd July 1661)
Samuel visits Jemima Montagu (22nd July 1661)
Samuel returns home (22nd July 1661)
Samuel visits Sir William Penn (23rd July 1661)
Samuel visits Sir William Batten (23rd July 1661)
Samuel visits Westminster Hall (23rd July 1661)
Performance of 'Brennoralt' (23rd July 1661)
Samuel discusses Robert Pepys' estate with Thomas Pepys (23rd July 1661)
Samuel meets with his aunt Mary Wight (23rd July 1661)
Samuel hears of his sister's idleness (23rd July 1661)
A theft of a silver tankard and a clock from the Pepys' house
Elizabeth tells Samuel of a theft (24th July 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth travel to Whitehall (24th July 1661)
Samuel visits his cousin Thomas Pepys (24th July 1661)
Samuel discusses his uncle's will with his cousin Thomas (24th July 1661)
Sir George Lane is encountered by Samuel and Thomas Pepys (24th July 1661)
Samuel and Thomas discuss renting the house with Sir George Lane (24th July 1661)
Samuel travels to the Wardrobe (24th July 1661)
Samuel visits Lady Jemima Montagu (24th July 1661)
Samuel travels home (24th July 1661)
Samuel works at the Navy Office (24th July 1661)
Samuel travels home again (24th July 1661)
Samuel hears that his servant has also lost property in the theft (24th July 1661)
Samuel receives a box of his uncle's papers (25th July 1661)
Samuel visits the Royal Exchange (25th July 1661)
Samuel meets his uncle William Wight at the Exchange (25th July 1661)
Samuel discusses Robert Pepys' estate and his father with William Wight (25th July 1661)
Samuel visits his mother (25th July 1661)
Samuel encounters his wife, aunt and Mrs Ramsey at his mother's (25th July 1661)
A performance of 'The Jovial Crew' (25th July 1661)
Samuel travels home (25th July 1661)
Samuel writes to his father (25th July 1661)
Samuel meets Mr. Hill in Popes Head Alley (26th July 1661)
Samuel and Mr. Hill go the Popes Head Tavern (26th July 1661)
Samuel has a discussion with Mr. Hill (26th July 1661)
Samuel meets Mr. Moore at his home (26th July 1661)
Samuel dines with Mr. Moore at an (unnamed) location (26th July 1661)
Samuel discusses his uncle's will with Mr. Moore (26th July 1661)
Samuel travels to his office (26th July 1661)
Samuel travels home again (26th July 1661)
27th July 1661
Samuel goes to Westminster (27th July 1661)
A guitar recital (27th July 1661)
Samuel goes on to Westminster Hall (27th July 1661)
Samuel discusses a passage to France for Lord Hitchingbrooke and the status of the Lord Chancellor with George Montagu (27th July 1661)
Samuel goes to the King's Wardrobe (27th July 1661)
Samuel meets his wife and friends and the King's Wardrobe (27th July 1661)
Samuel dines with his wife and friends (27th July 1661)
Samuel goes to a tavern with Thomas Townshend and Captain Cooke (27th July 1661)
Captian Cooke sings at the tavern (27th July 1661)
Samuel returns to the Wardrobe (27th July 1661)
Samuel travels home with his wife, Jemima Carteret and Paulina Montagu (27th July 1661)
Samuel and his wife see Montagu's daughters home (27th July 1661)
Samuel and his wife return home again (27th July 1661)
Samuel writes to his father (27th July 1661)
28th July 1661
Mrs Ramsey comes to see the Pepys (28th July 1661)
The Pepys and Mrs Ramsey go to church (28th July 1661)
The Pepys dine with Mrs Ramsey (28th July 1661)
The Pepys return to church (28th July 1661)
Sir William Penn visits the Pepys (28th July 1661)
Elizabeth Pepys leaves with William Penn to visit his daughter (28th July 1661)
29th July 1661
Samuel visits Sir Richard Ford's house with Robert Slingsby (29th July 1661)
Samuel and Robert Slingsby discuss Richard Ford's house (29th July 1661)
Samuel works in the Navy Office with Robert Slingsby (29th July 1661)
Samuel dines with his brother Tom (29th July 1661)
Samuel discusses his father's London house with his brother (29th July 1661)
Samuel and his brother visit their mother (29th July 1661)
Samuel and Thomas discuss money with their mother (29th July 1661)
Samuel receives news of ill relatives (29th July 1661)
30th July 1661
Samuel has a singing lesson (30th July 1661)
Samuel goes to Whitehall and Westminster (30th July 1661)
Samuel goes to the Wardrobe (30th July 1661)
Samuel meets the King on the water (30 July 1661)
Samuel dines with Lady Montagu (30th July 1661)
Samuel meets his cousin Thomas at the Wardrobe (30 July 1661)
Samuel goes to his office (30th July 1661)
Samuel discusses Tangier with unnamed people at the Navy Office
Samuel meets Henry Moore at his house (30 July 1661)
Samuel walks to the City with Henry Moore (30th July 1661)
Samuel goes on to Fleet Street (30th July 1661)
Samuel meets Mr Salisbury on Fleet Street (30 July 1661)
Samuel goes to a tavern with Mr Salisbury (29th July 1661)
Samuel and Mr Salisbury meet Richard Hoare in the Hercules Pillars (30 July 1661)
Samuel returns home (30th July 1661)
Samuel writes to Sir Edward Montagu (30th July 1661)
Samuel writes to his father (30th July 1661)
31st July 1661
Samuel has a singing lesson (31st July 1661)
Samuel spends the morning at the office (31st July 1661)
A performance of 'The Tamer Tamed' (31st July 1661)
Samuel travels home (31st July 1661)
Samuel borrows money from Sir William Batten (31st July 1661)
1st August 1661
Samuel and company travel to Walthamstow (1st August 1661)
Samuel is 'a-gossiping' with Mrs Browne (1st August 1661)
Samuel gives Mrs Browne six silver spoons for her boy (1st August 1661)
Samuel and company dine at Walthamstow (1st August 1661)
Samuel hears his nurse's husband's opinion of Lady Batten (1st August 1661)
Samuel returns home from Walthamstow (1st August 1661)
2nd August 1661
Samuel spends the morning at the office (2nd August 1661)
Samuel dines with his cousin Thomas (2nd August 1661)
Samuel is visited by his brother Thomas (2nd August 1661)
Samuel rides to Ware (2nd August 1661)
Samuel chats with a Quaker (2nd August 1661)
3rd August 1661
Samuel rides to Barkway from Ware (3rd August 1661)
Samuel meets a letter-carrier at Barkway (3rd August 1661)
Samuel rides on to Cambridge with the letter-carrier (3rd August 1661)
Samuel visits his cousin Roger at the Assizes at Castle Hill (3rd August 1661)
Samuel dines with Roger Pepys, John Pepys and Hammond Claxton (3rd August 1661)
Samuel drinks with Messrs Peachell and Sankey (3rd August 1661)
Samuel rides to Impington from Cambridge with his cousins (3rd August 1661)
4th August 1661
Samuel strolls in the orchard with his cousin Roger (4th August 1661)
Samuel discusses his uncle's will with Roger Pepys (4th August 1661)
Samuel attends church with his uncle and cousins (4th August 1661)
Samuel dines with his uncle and cousin (4th August 1661)
Samuel returns to church with his uncle and cousins (4th August 1661)
Samuel dines again with his uncle and cousins (4th August 1661)
Samuel discusses politics with Roger Pepys (4th August 1661)
5th August 1661
Samuel rides to Huntingdon from Impington (5th August 1661)
Samuel travels on to the farm at Brampton (5th August 1661)
Samuel meets his father at the Brampton farm (5th August 1661)
Samuel travels to Yelling (5th August 1661)
Samuel visits his cousin Nightingale in Yelling (5th August 1661)
Samuel discusses his Gravely lands with his cousin (5th August 1661)
Samuel travels from Yelling to Gravely (5th August 1661)
Samuel meets with tenants in an alehouse in Gravely (5th August 1661)
Samuel discusses his Gravely lands with his tenants (5th August 1661)
Samuel returns to Brampton (5th August 1661)
6th August 1661
Samuel goes to Lewis Phillips' house in Brampton, but he is away (6th August 1661)
Samuel rides to Huntingdon from Brampton (6th August 1661)
Samuel drinks with Lewis Phillips and Thomas Trice in Huntingdon (6th August 1661)
Samuel returns to Brampton with Tom Trice (6th August 1661)
Tom Trice goes to Goody Gorum's alehouse (6th August 1661)
Samuel dines at the farm with his father (6th August 1661)
Samuel and his father join Tom Trice in Goody Gorum's alehouse (6th August 1661)
Samuel rides towards London, but stops at Baldwick (6th August 1661)
Samuel visits the church in Baldwick (6th August 1661)
Samuel takes a room in an inn, where he dines (6th August 1661)
7th August 1661
Samuel dines at his inn (7th August 1661)
Samuel meets a fellow traveller he recognises from the previous day (7th August 1661)
Samuel travels to Hatfield en route to London with an unnamed fellow traveller (7th August 1661)
Samuel and his companion visit Hatfield House (7th August 1661)
Samuel and his companion travel on to London (7th August 1661)
Dean William Fuller visits Samuel (7th August 1661)
Dean Fuller and Samuel visit Lady Montagu (7th August 1661)
Samuel meets Henry Moore whilst visiting Lady Montagu (7th August 1661)
Henry Moore gives Samuel news about the Privy Seal (7th August 1661)
Henry Moore gives Samuel a copy of Hooker's Ecclesiastical Polity (7th August 1661)
8th August 1661
Samuel goes to the Privy Seal, but Lord Robartes does not come (8th August 1661)
Samuel goes to the Wardrobe with Henry Moore (8th August 1661)
Samuel and Mr Moore dine at the Wardrobe (8th August 1661)
Samuel meets Lady Montagu at the Wardrobe (8th August 1661)
Samuel returns to the Privy Seal, again Lord Robartes does not come (8th August 1661)
Samuel drinks in the tavern next to the Savoy with some friends (8th August 1661)
Samuel and companions meet Humphrey Mage in the tavern (8th August 1661)
Samuel and companions discuss music (8th August 1661)
Samuel returns home (8th August 1661)
9th August 1661
Samuel goes to the Navy Office (9th August 1661)
Samuel receives news that Andrew Pearse is dying (9th August 1661)
Samuel visits Andrew Pearse (9th August 1661)
Samuel returns to the Navy Office (9th August 1661)
Samuel receives news that Sir George Carteret has invited officers for lunch at Deptford (9th August 1661)
Samuel leaves the office to see if Sir George will call for him (9th August 1661)
Samuel dines at home (9th August 1661)
Samuel and his wife receive news from Thomas Hayter that his wife is pregnant (9th August 1661)
Elizabeth Pepys leaves with Thomas Hayter to see his wife (9th August 1661)
Samuel goes to Whitehall (9th August 1661)
Samuel meets the Lord Privy Seal at Whitehall (9th August 1661)
Samuel and the Lord Privy Seal discuss Samuel's connections with Sir Edward Montagu (9th August 1661)
Henry Moore reads the bills (9th August 1661)
Monsieur d'Esquier waits at the Privy Seal for a warrant (9th August 1661)
Samuel and Monsieur d'Esquier visit Elizabeth Pearse, who is pregnant (9th August 1661)
Samuel and Monsieur d'Esquier meet a Mrs Clifford (9th August 1661)
Samuel's father returns to his London house from the farm (9th August 1661)
Samuel visits his father (9th August 1661)
Samuel returns home (9th August 1661)
Elizabeth informs Samuel that Mrs Hayter's labour is not yet over (9th August 1661)
10th August 1661
Doll, the new chamber maid, visits the Pepys (10th August 1661)
Samuel's father visits the Pepys (10th August 1661)
Samuel and his father find Samuel's uncle Wight in a coffee house
Samuel, his father, and uncle agree to meet next week with Thomas Pepys to read Robert Pepys' will
Samuel visits Lady Jemima Montagu
Samuel dines with Lady Jemima Montagu
Performance of 'The merry devil of Edmunton' (10th August 1661)
Samuel and companions take a coach back to his house (10th August 1661)
Samuel entertains his guests with fruit and wine (10th August 1661)
The King hunts a stag (10th August 1661)
11th August 1661
Samuel attends a service at his local church (11th August 1661)
Samuel attends a service at Clerkenwell Church (11th August 1661)
Samuel walks in the Gray's Inn grounds (11th August 1661)
Samuel meets Ned Pickering in Gray's Inn walks (11th August 1661)
Ned tells Samuel of the Kings hunt the previous day (11th August 1661)
Samuel dines at his father's (11th August 1661)
Samuel returns home (11th August 1661)
12th August 1661
Samuel spends the morning in the office (12th August 1661)
Samuel returns home (12th August 1661)
Samuel receives news the Lord Hinchingbroke is unwell (12th August 1661)
Samuel visits Lord Hinchingbroke (12th August 1661)
Samuel dines with Lady Jemima Montagu (12th August 1661)
Samuel and Lady Jemima discuss Hinchingbroke's illness (12th August 1661)
Samuel and Lady Jemima receive news that Sir Edward Montagu is unwell (12th August 1661)
Samuel dines with Sir Thomas Crew (12th August 1661)
13th August 1661
Samuel spends the morning at the Privy Seal (13th August 1661)
Samuel dines at the Wardrobe (13th August 1661)
Samuel meets his wife and Lord Hinchingbroke at the Wardrobe (13th August 1661)
Samuel visits his father (13th August 1661)
Samuel discusses his intention to not keep on his sister with his father (13th August 1661)
Mrs Cordery visits Samuel's father (13th August 1661)
Samuel and his father meet with relatives in the Mitre (13th August 1661)
The Pepys family read and discuss the will of Robert Pepys (13th August 1661)
Samuel returns home (13th August 1661)
Sidney, Oliver, and John Montagu stay at the Pepys (13th August 1661)
14th August 1661
Samuel, Batten and Penn visit the Duke of York (14th August 1661)
Pepys, Batten and Penn discuss the state of the Navy with the Duke of York (14th August 1661)
The Duke of York discusses the state of the Navy with the King (14th August 1661)
Samuel dines with Jemima Montague (14th August 1661)
Performance of 'The Alchemist' at Theatre Royal (14th August 1661)
William Penn takes Samuel and Robert Ferrers in his coach (14th August 1661)
William Penn and Samuel proceed to Penn's house (14th August 1661)
Penn and Pepys buy a bottle of wine from the Dophin tavern (14th August 1661)
Samuel returns home (14th August 1661)
Samuel finds a letter from Mr. Creed (14th August 1661)
15th August 1661
Pepys goes to the Privy Seal and Whitehall (15th August 1661)
Penn takes Pepys back to St Pauls by coach (15th August 1661)
Pepys walks from St Pauls to The Wardrobe (15th August 1661)
Pepys dines with Lady Jemima Montague (15th August 1661)
Pepys tells Lady Montague of Sir Edwards illness and recovery, and learns of Lord Hinchingbrokes recovery from illness
Performance of 'The Wits' at the Opera (15th August 1661)
The King, Duke and Duchess of York dine with Sir H. Finch (15th August 1661)
Pepys walks home from the Opera (15th August 1661)
Penn and Lady Batten travel from the Theatre to the Dolphin tavern (15th August 1661)
Pepys drinks with Batten, Penn and Falconer at the Dolphin (15th August 1661)
16th August 1661
Samuel works at the Navy Office (16th August 1661)
Funeral of Tom Whitton (16th August 1661)
Samuel dines at home with the family and his father. (16th August 1661)
Samuel and his father meet Dr. John Williams (16th August 1661)
17th August 1661
Samuel visits the Privy Seal office (17th August 1661)
Samuel meets Ned Pickering at St James Park (17th August 1661)
Samuel and Ned Pickering discuss the Court (17th August 1661)
Samuel and Ned Pickering have dinner at the Wardrobe (17th August 1661)
Performance of 'The Wits' at the Opera (17th August 1661)
Samuel and Capt. Ferrers drink at the Devil tavern (17th August 1661)
Samuel returns home from the Devil tavern by coach (17th August 1661)
18th August 1661
Samuel attends a service at his local church (18th August 1661)
Samuel dines at home with his father and Dr. Tom Pepys (18th August 1661)
Samuel and others visit Lady Montague and Lord Hinchingbrooke (18th August 1661)
Samuel goes to Whitehall Palace (18th August 1661)
Samuel visits Elizabeth Pearce (18th August 1661)
Samuel walks in St. James Park (18th August 1661)
Samuel reads 'Hookers Ecclesiastical Polity' (18th August 1661)
19th August 1661
Samuel works at the Navy Office (19th August 1661)
Elizabeth Pepys and the Montagues' children travel to the Montague's residence (19th August 1661)
Lady Jemima Montague's children dine with her (19th August 1661)
Elizabeth Pepys travels to John Pepys residence (19th August 1661)
Elizabeth Pepys dines with John Pepys (19th August 1661)
Elizabeth Pepys visits Mrs. Cordery (19th August 1661)
Samuel gets a seal on a legal document for the Lord Chancellor (19th August 1661)
Samuel travels to the chambers of the Privy Seal (19th August 1661)
Samuel travels to Worcester House (19th August 1661)
The King visits Worcester House (19th August 1661)
Samuel Pepys and Henry Moore travel to Chelsea to wait for the Lord Privy Seal (19th August 1661)
Samuel Pepys and Henry Moore drink at an alehouse in Chelsea (19th August 1661)
Samuel gets a seal on a document for the Lord Chancellor (19th August 1661)
Samuel and Henry Moore walk home from Chelsea (19th August 1661)
Samuel and Henry meet Mr. Marsh (19th August 1661)
Samuel, Henry and the Marshs drink on their journey (19th August 1661)
Death of Katherine Fenner (19th August 1661)
20th August 1661
Samuel works at the Navy Office (20th August 1661)
Samuel works on his papers at home (20th August 1661)
21st August 1661
Samuel visits his father (21st August 1661)
Samuel and his father visit Dr Williams, but he is out (21st August 1661)
Samuel and his father visit Mrs Terry (21st August 1661)
Samuel and his father discuss with Mrs Terry her sister's engagement to Samuel's brother
Samuel and his father visit William Joyce (21st August 1661)
Samuel, his father and William Joyce drink in an unnamed tavern
Samuel and his father visit Mrs Whately (21st August 1661)
Samuel and his father go to Whitehall (21st August 1661)
Samuel hears of the birth of Catherine Montagu (21st August 1661)
Samuel and his father revisit Mrs Whately (21st August 1661)
Samuel and his father discuss the engagement with Mrs Whately
Samuel and his father return to his father's house (21st August 1661)
Samuel dines at the Wardrobe with the Montagu daughters (21st August 1661)
22nd August 1661
Samuel seals at the Privy Seal (22nd August)
Samuel travels home from the Privy Seal (22nd August 1661)
Samuel travels to his uncle Fenner's with his wife (22nd August 1661)
A gathering at Samuel's uncle Fenner's home (22nd August 1661)
Samuel visits an alehouse with his father and uncle Wight (22nd August 1661)
Samuel and others attend church (22nd August 1661)
Samuel travels with his aunt, wife and sister to the Wight's house (22nd August 1661)
Samuel, his wife and sister dine at the Wight's (22nd August 1661)
23rd August 1661
Samuel visits his mother and father (23rd August 1661)
Samuel and his father visit Dr Williams (23rd August 1661)
Samuel, his father, and Dr Williams have a discussion (23rd August 1661)
Samuel, his father and Dr Williams go to Tom Trice's (23rd August 1661)
Samuel, his father, Dr Williams, and Tom Trice go to an alehouse (23rd August 1661)
Samuel, his father, Dr Williams and Tom Trice discuss the estate of Robert Pepys (23rd August 1661)
Samuel, his father, Dr Williams and Tom Trice sign Robert Pepys' will (23rd August 1661)
Samuel, his father, Dr Williams and Tom Trice swear to their signatures before an Judge of Court (23rd August 1661)
Samuel, his father, Dr Williams and Tom Trice drink at the alehouse (23rd August 1661)
Samuel and Dr Williams dine at a cookshop (23rd August 1661)
Samuel visits William Joyce, where he meets his wife (23rd August 1661)
Samuel and his wife attend a performance of 'The Wits' (23rd August 1661)
Samuel and his wife visit Lady Montagu at the Wardrobe (23rd August 1661)
24th August 1661
Samuel works at the Navy Office (24th August 1661)
Samuel visits Sir William Batten's (24th August 1661)
Samuel views a strange creature from Guinea (24th August 1661)
Samuel and Robert Slingsby visit Richard Ford (24th August 1661)
Samuel and Robert Slingsby discuss renting Richard Ford's house with him (24th August 1661)
Captain Henry Isham visits Samuel at home (24th August 1661)
Samuel drinks with Captain Isham in the Mitre (24th August 1661)
Samuel attends a performance of Hamlet (24th August 1661)
Samuel drinks with John Spong at the Sampson (24th August 1661)
25th August 1661
Samuel attends a service at St. Olave's (25th August 1661)
Samuel dines at home with his wife (25th August 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth attend a service at St. Olave's (25th August 1661)
Lady Batten and her daughter visit the Pepys at home (25th August 1661)
Sameul and his father discuss Paulina Pepys (25th August 1661)
Samuel and his father sup at William Wight's (25th August 1661)
Samuel and his father walk from the Wight's to St. Pauls (25th August 1661)
Samuel walks home from St. Pauls (25th August 1661)
26th August 1661
Jane Birch leaves the Pepys' home to visit her mother (26th August 1661)
Samuel, John and Thomas Pepys do John Pepys accounts. (26th August 1661)
Samuel and John visits Tom Trice for the probate of Robert Pepy's will (26th August 1661)
Samuel visits Jemima Montagu at The Wardrobe (26th August 1661)
Performance of 'Antipodes' at the Theatre Royal (26th August 1661)
Samuel Pepys and Mr. Bostock drink at the Devil and St. Dunstan (26th August 1661)
Samuel Pepys, John Pepys and Thomas Fenner discuss a wife for Thomas Pepys (26th August 1661)
Samuel's uncle Thomas and his son leave London (26th August 1661)
Samuel drinks with Richard Fanshaw and Captain Isham at the Crane (26th August 1661)
Samuel receives a letter from Sir Edward Montagu (26th August 1661)
27th August 1661
Edward and Sidney Montagu leave London for France (27th August 1661)
Samuel Pepys and Jemima Montagu discusses Ned Montagu's preparations for Sir Edward's journey to Portugal (27th August 1661)
Samuel works at the Navy Office (27th August 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth dine with cousing Thomas Pepys and others (27th August 1661)
Performance of 'The Jovial Crew' at the Theatre Royal (27th August 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth visit John Pepys (27th August 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth walk home. (27th August 1661)
Elizabeth tells Samuel of her brother's problems. (27th August 1661)
Richard Fanshaw and Henry Isham leave London for Portugal (27th August 1661)
Ned Montague pays for Sir Edward Montagu's journey to Portugal.
28th August 1661
Samuel sets his papers in order (28th August 1661)
Samuel meets Dr Williams at the Royal Exchange (28th August 1661)
Samuel and Dr Williams discuss Ann Pepys' bond with a lawyer (28th August 1661)
Samuel drinks with his legal advisor (28th August 1661)
Samuel writes a counterfeit letter to Sir William Penn
29th August 1661
4pm, 29th August 1661
Samuel works at the Navy Office (29th August 1661)
Samuel's parents and aunt Bell dine with him at home (29th August 1661)
Margaret Pepys and Edith Bell visit Mary Wight (29th August 1661)
Samuel visits a bookseller (29th August 1661)
Samuel meets his father (29th August 1661)
Samuel and John Pepys talk with Mr Evans about a wife for Thomas Pepys (29th August 1661)
Samuel and John Pepys walk together to Holborn (29th August 1661)
Samuel walks home from Holborn (29th August 1661)
30th August 1661
Samuel and Elizabeth dine with the Montagues (30th August 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth visit Lady Montague. (30th August 1661)
A performance of a French Comedy at Drury Lane (30th August 1661)
Elizabeth Pepys meets an acquaintance at the theatre (30th August 1661)
31st August 1661
Samuel works at the Navy Office
Samuel and Peter Llewellyn go to a tavern (31st August 1661)
Samuel and Peter Llewellyn go to Bartholomew Fair (31st August 1661)
Samuel and Peter Llewellyn go to another tavern (31st August 1661)
Samuel and Peter walk to Ludgate (31st August 1661)
Performance by dancing monkeys at Bartholomew Fair (31st August 1661)
Samuel and friends visit Christ's Hospital (31st August 1661)
Samuel buys baubles for the ladies (31st August 1661)
Samuel gives a bauble to Jemima Carteret (31st August 1661)
Samuel gives a bauble to Paulina Montague (31st August 1661)
Samuel gives a bauble to Mlle Le Blanc (31st August 1661)
Samuel rides home with his friends (31st August 1661)
Samuel visits Lady Jemima Montague (31st August 1661)
Samuel dines with his friends (31st August 1661)
Samuel and Henry Moore drink at the Mitre (31st August 1661)
Noon, 31st August 1661
1st September 1661
Samuel attends service at St Olaves (1st September 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth dine at home (1st September 1661)
Samuel meets Penn, Batten and Holmes at Penn's home (1st August 1661)
Samuel and Capt. Holmes share a coach to Whitehall (1st September 1661)
Samuel and Capt. Holmes talk about politics and the Court (1st September 1661)
Samuel meets Elizabeth Pearse and Mrs Clifford (1st September 1661)
Samuel dines with his mother (1st September 1661)
2nd September 1661
Samuel discusses his uncle Thomas with Thomas 'Hatcham' Pepys (2nd September 1661)
Samuel visits the office of the Privy Seal (2nd September 1661)
Samuel meets Mr Battersby (2nd September 1661)
Samuel and Mr Battersby share some wine (2nd September 1661)
Samuel and Mr Battersby take a boat to Blackfriars (2nd September 1661)
Samuel dines at the Wardrobe (2nd September 1661)
Samuel and Captain Ferrers go to Whitehall (2nd September 1661)
Samuel and Capt. Ferrers meet Mr Pickering (2nd September 1661)
Samuel, Ferrers and Pickering go drinking (2nd September 1661)
Samuel and Mr Pickering talk while walking at Westminster Hall (2nd September 1661)
Samuel goes to the Mitre (2nd September 1661)
Samuel meets the Wights and Mrs Rawlinson at the Mitre (2nd September 1661)
Elizabeth Pepys meets Jemima Carteret and Paulina Montague (2nd September 1661)
Elizabeth Pepys receives a bracelet from Thomas Somerset (2nd September 1661)
Samuel writes a letter to William Penn about his stolen tankard (2nd September 1661)
3rd September 1661
Samuel does paperwork at home (3rd September 1661)
Samuel receives 'two things to file papers on' from Mr Howell the turner (3rd September 1661)
Samuel dines at home (3rd September 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth attend the christening of Catherine Montague (3rd September 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth attend a banquet following Catherine Montague's christening (3rd September 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth visit Margaret Pepys (3rd September 1661)
Samuel and his mother argue about her preparations to go to Brampton (3rd September 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth travel home by coach (3rd September 1661)
4th September 1661
Samuel works with Lord Privy Seal (4th September 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth visit St James' Park (4th September 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth dine at the Crown (4th September 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth visit Margaret Symons (4th September 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth visit Elizabeth Pearse (4th September 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth visit Margaret Pepys (4th September 1661)
Samuel and his Mother argue (4th September 1661)
Birth of a daughter to James and Elizabeth Pearse (4th September 1661)
5th September 1661
Samuel visits his mother (5th September 1661)
Samuel does some business at the Privy Seal (5th September 1661)
Samuel goes from the Privy Seal to Thomas Fenner's (5th September 1661)
Samuel takes his mother, wife and sister to Mr. Beard's (5th September 1661)
Margaret and Paulina Pepys leave London for Brampton (5th September 1661)
Samuel, his wife and others take refreshment (5th September 1661)
A French footman approaches Elizabeth Pepys (5th September 1661)
Samuel dines at Thomas Fenner's (5th September 1661)
Samuel learns of Julian Clarke's illness (5th September 1661)
Samuel argues with Antony Joyce (5th September 1661)
Samuel and his wife watch Italian acrobats (5th September 1661)
Samuel and his wife watch tumblers (5th September 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth return home (5th September 1661)
6th September 1661
Thomas Fenner drinks his 'morning draft' with Samuel Pepys (6th September 1661)
Samuel and Thomas Fenner visit Julian Clarke (6th September 1661)
Julian Clarke expresses her wishes for her estate on her death (6th September 1661)
Samuel and Thomas Fenner drink at an unamed alehouse (6th September 1661)
Samuel and Thomas Fenner call on Thomas's sister (6th September 1661)
Samuel dines at home (6th September 1661)
A performance of 'Elder Brother' (6th September 1661)
Samuel and others drink at the Ship (6th September 1661)
7th September 1661
Samuel works at the Navy Office (7th September 1661)
Samuel dines with Henry Moore (7th September 1661)
Samuel and William Joyce discuss the hiring of a maid (7th September 1661)
Samuel and the ladies of the Wardrobe go to the theatre (7th Septmber 1661)
Samuek and the ladies travel home by coach (7th Septmber 1661)
Unamed maid works for Elizabeth Pepys
Unamed maid works for William Joyce
8th September 1661
Samuel goes to church (8th September 1661)
Samuel dines at home (8th September 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth go to church (8th September 1661)
Samuel looks over his accounts (8th September 1661)
9th September 1661
Samuel visits the office of the Privy Seal (9th September 1661)
Samuel has breakfast with Captain Morris (9th September 1661)
Samuel goes for a walk in Westminster Hall (9th September 1661)
Performance of 'Tis Pity She's a Whore' (9th September 1661)
William Penn and William Batten visit Samuel's home to find him out (9th September 1661)
Samuel and others drink at the Dolphin (9th September 1661)
10th September 1661
Samuel works at the Navy Office (10th September 1661)
Samuel dines at home (10th September 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth buy a chest (10th September 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth buy things from Uncle Fenner
Samuel visits Thomas Pepys (10th September 1661)
Samuel visits Lady Montague at the Wardrobe (10th September 1661)
Samuel dines with the young ladies of the Wardrobe (10th September 1661)
Samuel returns home by foot (10th September 1661)
11th September 1661
Samuel and Tom Trice discuss business relating to Robert Pepy's estate (11th September 1661)
Samuel visits Dr. John Williams (11th September 1661)
Samuel meets Henry Moore at the Wardrobe (11th September 1661)
Samuel, Henry Moore and Tom Trice discuss business (11th September 1661)
Samuel dines with Henry Moore and others (11th September 1661)
Elizabeth Pepys and her brother go visiting (11th September 1661)
Samuel visits Dr Williams again (11th September 1661)
A performance of 'Twelfth Night' (11th September 1661)
12th September 1661
Samuel has business at the Privy Seal (12th September 1661)
Samuel dines at the Wardrobe (12th September 1661)
Samuel visits Lady Montague (12th September 1661)
Samuel discusses estate business with Tom Trice (12th September 1661)
Samuel meets with Dr Williams in an alehouse (12th September 1661)
Samuel visits William Batten (12th September 1661)
13th September 1661
Samuel discusses the burial of his aunt with Thomas Fenner (13th September 1661)
Samuel travels to the Anchor via Doctor's Commons (13th September 1661)
Samuel meets Dr Williams at the Anchor (13th September 1661)
Samuel writes to Mr. Sedgewick (13th September 1661)
Samuel meets his wife at the Wardrobe (13th September 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth relax on (by?) the Thames (13th September 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth dine at George's (13th September 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth return home by boat (13th September 1661)
14th September 1661
Samuel works at the Navy Office (14th September 1661)
Samuel visits the Royal Exchange (14th September 1661)
Thomas Fenner visits Samuel at home (14th September 1661)
Robert Slingsby and others visit Samuel and Elizabeth at home (14th September 1661)
Thomas Fenner and Thomas Pepys dine at Samuel's house (14th September 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth go with Robert Slingsby and others to see yachts (14th September 1661)
15th September 1661
Samuel visits Thomas Fenner at Aunt Kite's (15th September 1661)
Samuel dines at home (15th September 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth go to church (15th September 1661)
Funeral of Julian Kite (15th September 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth acommpany Margaret Kite home (15th September 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth return home (15ht September 1661)
Samuel and William Joyce drink at Samuel's home (15th September 1661)
16th September 1661
Coal delivered to Samuel Pepys (16th September 1661)
Samuel, Dr Williams and his attorney discuss Ann Pepys bond (16th September 1661)
Samuel, Dr Williams and his attorney eat at Standing's (16th September 1661)
Samuel receives word that his father requests his presence (16th September 1661)
Samuel receives a letter from his father (16th September 1661)
17th September 1661
Samuel and Elizabeth discuss his journey to Brampton. (17th September 1661)
Samuel visits Lady Montague (17th September 1661)
Samuel borrows a side-saddle from Thomas Townsend (17th September 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth travel to Kingsland by coach (17th September 1661)
Samuel hires a mare for Elizabeth (17th September 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth travel as far as Ware en route to Brampton (17th September 1661)
18th September 1661
Samuel and Elizabeth travel as far as Cambridge en route to Impington (18th September 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth visit John Angier (18th September 1661)
Samuel visits his brother John (18th September 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth travel to Impington (18th September 1661)
Samuel and his father discuss business (19th September 1661)
Samuel takes advice from his cousin and uncle (19th September 1661)
Samuel and others travel to Cambridge by horse (19th September 1661)
Samuel and his father discuss business with Mr. Sedgewick (19th September 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth ride out to Sturbridge and back (19th September 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth dine at The Bear (19th September 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth travel to Brampton by horse (19th September 1661)
20th September 1661
Samuel and Will Stankes travel to Graveley (20th September 1661)
Samuel and Will Stankes drink at an alehouse in Graveley (20th September 1661)
Samuel meets his uncle Thomas and others (20th September 1661)
Samuel goes drinking with uncle Thomas and others (20th September 1661)
Samuel, his uncle, and his cousing attend Graveley Court (20th September 1661)
Samuel, his uncle and his cousin ride to Offord (20th September 1661)
Samuel and William Stankes travel back to Brampton (20th September 1661)
Samuel discusses the court case with his father (20th September 1661)
21st September 1661
Samuel, his wife and his father discuss alterations to the farm house (21st September 1661)
Lettice Howlett and her son arrive from London (21st September 1661)
Samuel and others dine at the farm. (21st September 1661)
Samuel rides to Huntingdon (21st September 1661)
Samuel visits Lewis Phillips (21st September 1661)
Samuel rides to Hinchingbroke (21st September 1661)
Samuel meets Robert Barnwell at Hinchingbroke House (21st September 1661)
22nd September 1661
Samuel attends church (22nd September 1661)
Samuel dines at the farm (22nd September 1661)
Samuel and his father work on accounts at the farm (22nd September 1661)
Robert Barnwell sups with the Pepys' (22nd September 1661)
23rd September 1661
An argument between John and Margaret Pepys (23rd September 1661)
John Bowles visits the Pepys' (23rd September 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth travel to Baldwick (23rd September 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth dine at Baldwick (23rd September 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth travel to Welwyn via Stevenage (23rd September 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth take supper at Welwyn (23rd September 1661)
24th September 1661
Samuel and Elizabeth travel home from Welwyn (24th September 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth drink at an unamed tavern in Holloway (24th September 1661)
Samuel receives a letter from Sir Edward Montague (24th September 1661)
Samuel visits Jemima Montague (24th September 1661)
25th September 1661
Samuel travels to Covent Garden with Sir William Penn (25th September 1661)
Samuel and William Penn discuss the action at Algiers (25th September 1661)
Samuel visits cousing Thomas Pepys (25th September 1661)
Samuel and Thomas discuss country business (25th September 1661)
Samuel meets Robert Slingsby (25th September 1661)
Samuel and Robert Slingsby travel to Whitehall (25th September 1661)
Samuel visits William Coventry (25th September 1661)
Samuel dines with John Crew (25th September 1661)
A performance of 'The Merry Wives Of Windsor' (25th September 1661)
Samuel goes drinking with William Penn and Sir G. More (25th September 1661)
Samuel works at the Navy Office (26th September 1661)
26th September 1661
Samuel dines at home (26th September 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth take a coach to the theatre (26th September 1661)
A performance of 'King and no King' (26th September 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth travel home from the theatre by coach (26th September 1661)
Samuel works on his correspondence (26th September 1661)
27th September 1661
Samuel and Elizabeth travel to Whitehall by coach (27th September 1661)
Elizabeth visits Elizabeth Pearse (27th September 1661)
Samuel visits Edward Montague (27th September 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth dine at the Wardrobe (27th September 1661)
Richard Country brings exotic fruits from Sir Edward Montague (27th September 1661)
Jemima Montague gives Samuel some grapes to take home (27th September 1661)
Samuel, Ned Montague and Jemima Montague discuss provisions for Sir Edward Montague (27th September 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth have supper at Wardrobe Court (27th September 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth travel home by coach (27th September 1661)
Samuel receives some melons from Sir Edward (27th September 1661)
28th September 1661
Samuel works at the Navy Office (28th September 1661)
Samuel dines at home (28th September 1661)
A performance of 'Father's own Son' (28th September 1661)
The Pepys' and the Penns make merry at the Pepy's home (28th September 1661)
29th September 1661
Samuel attends church (29th September 1661)
Samuel dines at home with William Penn and others (29th September 1661)
Samuel attends church for a second time (29th September 1661)
Samuel sups with William Penn (29th September 1661)
30th September 1661
Samuel goes to the Privy Seal Office (30th September 1661)
Samuel goes to the Red Lion for his morning draught (30th September 1661)
Samuel, Henry Moore and an unamed gentleman travel from the Privy Seal Chambers to Chelsea (30th September 1661)
The French and Spanish Ambassadors fight over precendence (30th September 1661)
Samuel dines at the Wardrobe (30th September 1661)
Samuel travels to Cheapside (30th September 1661)
Samuel travels from Cheapside to Westminster (30th September 1661)
Samuel follows the Spanish coach from the Mewes to York House (30th September 1661)
Samuel goes to Exeter House to see the French contingent (30th September 1661)
Samuel travels home by coach (30th September 1661)
Samuel tells Elizabeth of the fight between the French and the Spanish (30th September 1661)
Tuesday 1st October 1661
Samuel and Elizabeth discuss music and singing lessons for Elizabeth. (1st October 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth take singing lessons (1st October 1661)
Samuel works at the Navy Office (1st October 1661)
Samuel works on his papers at home (1st October 1661)
Samuel sups at home (1st October 1661)
Wednesday 2nd October 1661
Samuel helps Thomas Fenner and Margaret Kite appraise the goods left to her (2nd October 1661)
Samuel, Thomas Fenner and Margaret Kite dine at a cookshop in Bishopsgate Street (2nd October 1661)
Samuel gives Thomas Fenner and Margaret Kite a quart of sack wine (2nd October 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth travel to the theatre by coach (2nd October 1661)
A performance of 'Vittoria Corombona' (2nd October 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth travel home from the theatre by coach (2nd October 1661)
Thursday 3rd October 1661
Samuel works at the Navy Office (3rd October 1661)
Samuel dines at home (3rd October 1661)
Henry Moore visits Samuel Pepys (3rd October 1661)
Samuel and Henry go to Tower Hill to meet an unamed person (3rd October 1661)
Samuel takes a loan of 50l. from Mr. Battersby (3rd October 1661)
Samuel takes Henry Moore and friend to The Mitre (3rd October 1661)
Samuel and compnay discuss religion (3rd October 1661)
Samuel visits William Batten (3rd Occurs 1661)
Samuel discusses yesterday's performance of 'Vittoria Corombona' with the Battens (3rd October 1661)
Samuel returns home (3rd October 1661)
Friday 4th October 1661
Samuel travels to Whitehall Palace with William Penn (4th October 1661)
Monsieur Esquier complains about the behaviour of the English at the fight with the Spanish (4th October 1661)
Will Hewer receives the 50l. borrowed by Samuel Pepys (4th October 1661)
Samuel dines at the Wardrobe (4th October 1661)
A performance of 'Vittoria Corombona' (4th October 1661)
Samuel and Robert Ferrers drink China ale (4th October 1661)
Saturday 5th October 1661
Samuel works at the Navy Office (5th October 1661)
Samuel dines at home (5th October 1661)
Samuel works at home (5th October 1661)
Samuel and William Penn dine at the Dolphin (5th October 1661)
Samuel and others drink at the Dolphin (5th October 1661)
Sunday 6th October 1661
Service at St. Olaves (6th October 1661)
Samuel dines at home (6th October 1661)
Service at St. Gregory's (6th October 1661)
Samuel visits Martha Batten (6th October 1661)
William Penn visits Martha Batten (6th October 1661)
William Penn and Martha Batten dine with Samuel Pepys (6th October 1661)
Monday 7th October 1661
Samuel goes to Thomas Fenner's house (7th October 1661)
Samuel visits John Williams (7th October 1661)
John William's illness (7th October 1661)
Samuel receives a letter about the surrender of Sturtlow (6th October 1661)
Tuesday 8th October 1661
Samuel works at the Navy Office (8th October 1661)
Samuel dines with William Batten (8th October 1661)
Samuel takes Martha Castle to the theatre (8th October 1661)
A performance of 'The Beggar's Bush' (8th October 1661)
Wednesday 9th October 1661
Repair of Samuel Pepys' theoboro (9th October 1661)
Elizabeth Pearse and Mrs. Clifford visit Samuel Pepys (9th October 1661)
Elizabeth Pearse and Mrs. Clifford dine with Samuel (9th October 1661)
A performance of 'The Chances' (9th October 1661)
Samuel sees Mrs. Pearse and Mrs. Clifford home (9th October 1661)
Samuel drinks with friends at the Fleece (9th October 1661)
Samuel receives news of a family member (9th October 1661)
Thursday 10th October 1661
Samuel works at the Navy Office (10th October 1661)
Samuel dines at home (10th October 1661)
Samuel, Elizabeth and William Penn travel to the theatre by coach (10th October 1661)
A performance of 'The Traytor' (10th October 1661)
Samuel has a 'late bruise' that causes him much pain (10th October 1661)
Friday 11th October 1661
A dinner at the Pepys' home (11th October 1661)
Saturday 12th October 1661
Samuel receive a letter from his father (12th October 1661)
Sunday 13th October 1661
William Batten visits Samuel Pepys (13th October 1661)
Monday 14th October 1661
Samuel travels to Westminster by boat (14th October 1661)
Samuel dines with Lady Monatgue (14th October 1661)
Samuel and Robert Ferrers go for a walk (14th October 1661)
Samuel, Robert Ferrers and William Pym drink at the Fountain (14th October 1661)
Samuel walks home from the Fountain (14th October 1661)
Samuel receives a letter from his father (14th October 1661)
Tuesday 15th October 1661
Samuel works at the Navy Office (15th October 1661)
Samuel discusses affairs arising from Robert Pepy's estate with Mrs. Goldsborough (15th October 1661)
16th October 1661
Wednesday 16th October 1661
Both Thomas Pepys and John Snow dine with Samuel (16th October 1661)
William Joyce visits Samuel Pepys (16th October 1661)
Samuel works on his papers at home (16th October 1661)
Thursday 17th October 1661
Samuel works at the Navy Office (17th October 1661)
Elizabeth Pepys and the two Toms visit John Snow (17th October 1661)
Samuel dines on a pasty (17th October 1661)
Samuel meets Captain Lambert at the Exchequer (17th October 1661)
Samuel drinks with Captain Cock at the Sun tavern (17th October 1661)
Samuel and George Cock discuss politics (17th October 1661)
Samuel dines with Captain Lambert and his father-in-law (17th October 1661)
Samuel and Captain Lambert discuss Portugal and the new Queen (17th October 1661)
Samuel works on papers relating to the estate of Robert Pepys (17th October 1661)
Friday 18th October 1661
Samuel discusses provision for the Queen with Ned Montague and Andrew Pearse (18th October 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth dine at Sir Edward Montague's residence (18th October 1661)
Samuel and Henry Moore discuss estate matters with Mrs. Goldsborough (18th October 1661)
Samuel visits Jemima Montague (18th October 1661)
Samuel walks home from the Montagues' (18th October 1661)
Samuel applies a poultice to his tumor (18th October 1661)
Saturday 19th October 1661
Samuel works at the Navy Office with William Coventry (19th October 1661)
Samuel and others travel to Captain Marsh's house (19th October 1661)
Samuel and others dine with Captain Marsh (19th October 1661)
Samuel travels home by coach (19th October 1661)
Samuel works on some letters at home (19th October 1661)
Sunday 20th October 1661
Samuel dines at home (20th October 1661)
Service at St. Olaves (20th October 1661)
Samuel visits William Batten (20th October 1661)
Samuel sups at home (20th October 1661)
Monday 21st October 1661
Samuel Pepys and Henry Moore take a coach to Sir John Robarte's home in Chelsea (21st October 1661)
Samuel Pepys, Henry Moore and John Pargiter breakfast together (21st October 1661)
Samuel discusses business with William Penn (21st October 1661)
Samuel dines at the Wardobe (21st October 1661)
A performance of 'Love and Honour' (21st October 1661)
Samuel walks home from the Opera (21st October 1661)
Samuel works at home (21st October 1661)
Tuesday 22nd October 1661
Samuel works at the Navy Office (22nd October 1661)
A deputation from the Duke of York visit the Navy Office
Samuel visits Robert Slingsby (22nd October 1661)
Samuel visits Mary Wight and Sarah Norbury (22nd October 1661)
Tuesday 23rd October 1661
Samuel and William Penn breakfast with Treswell (23rd October 1661)
Samuel and William Penn dine at the Legg (23rd October 1661)
Samuel and William Penn take a coach to John Robartes' Chelsea home (23rd October 1661)
Samuel and William Penn discuss Penn's business with John Robartes (23rd October 1661)
A performance of 'Love and Honour' at the Opera (23rd October 1661)
Samuel visits Robert Slingsby (23rd October 1661)
Thomas Holliard visits Robert Slingsby (23rd October 1661)
Thursday 24th October 1661
Samuel works at the Navy Office (24th October 1661)
Samuel dines with Peter Llewellyn (24th October 1661)
Samuel visits Robert Slingsby (24th October 1661)
Friday 25th October 1661
Sameul goes to Whitehall (25th October 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth dine at the Wardrobe (25th October 1661)
A performance of 'Love and Honour' (25th October 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth meet Elizabeth Pearse and Mrs. Clifford (25th October 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth go home on foot (25th October 1661)
Samuel chastises his man Will Hewer (25th October 1661)
26th October 1661
Henry Mordaunt and George Carteret visit William Penn and Samuel Pepys at the Navy Office (26th October 1661)
A performance of 'The Country Captain' (26th October 1661)
Samuel receives news of the death of Robert Slingsby (26th October 1661)
Samuel and William Penn drink at the Mitre (26th October 1661)
Death of Robert Slingsby (26th October 1661)
Sunday 27th October 1661
Samuel dines at home (27th October 1661)
Service at St. Olaves (27th October 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth dine with William and Mary Wight (27th October 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth return home (27th October 1661)
Monday 28th October 1661
Samuel works at the Navy Office (28th October 1661)
Samuel dines at home (28th October 1661)
A performance of 'Argalus and Parthenia' (28th October 1661)
Samuel, Robert Ferrers and his friend drink at the Ringo alehouse (28th October 1661)
Samuel purchases a belt (28th October 1661)
29th October 1661
Samuel works at the Navy Office (29th October 1661)
The Lord Mayor's Feast (29th October 1661)
Samuel dines with Penn and Batten (29th October 1661)
Samuel drinks with Penn and Batten at the Dolphin (29th October 1661)
Wednesday 30th October 1661
Samuel works at the Navy Office (30th October 1661)
Samuel plays his Theoboro (30th October 1661)
Samuel walks to Deptford with Captain Lambert (30th October 1661)
Samuel is shown around 'The Norwich' by Captain Lambert (30th October 1661)
Samuel returns home from Deptford (30th October 1661)
Samuel visits William Batten (30th October 1661)
Samuel plays cards with the Battens (30th October 1661)
Samuel returns home (30th October 1661)
Henry Vane, John Lambert and others are sent to the Isles of Scilly (30th October 1661)
Thursday 31st October 1661
William Prior calls at Samuel's home (31st October 1661)
Samuel and William Prior discuss the sale of Mr. Barton's house (31st October 1661)
Samuel discusses matters arising from the Gravely court session with Robert Bernard (31st October 1661)
Samuel drinks with Thomas Fenner (31st October 1661)
Friday 1st November 1661
Samuel and William Penn travel to Westminster by coach. (1st November 1661)
Samuel does business with Ned Montagu (1st November 1661)
Samuel meets with William Penn at Whitehall (1st November 1661)
Samuel and William Penn dine at the 3 Tun Tavern (1st November 1661)
A performance of 'The Jovial Crew' (1st November 1661)
Samuel, William Penn and Penn's son dine at the Pepys' home (1st November 1661)
2nd November 1661
Samuel and others work at the Navy Office (2nd November 1661)
Samuel dines at the Wardrobe (2nd November 1661)
Samuel travels home by coach (2nd November 1661)
Samuel's guests return home by coach (2nd November 1661)
Wayneman Birch lets off gunpowder (2nd November 1661)
Elizabeth chastises Wayneman for his gunpowder prank (2nd November 1661)
Samuel beats Wayneman for his gunpowder prank (2nd November 1661)
Sunday 3rd November 1661
Samuel self-medicates (3rd November 1661)
Samuel reads Fuller's 'History of Holy War' (3rd November 1661)
Samuel tries composing a song (3rd November 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth dine at home (3rd November 1661)
Monday 4th November 1661
Samuel, Elizabeth and William Penn travel to Whitehall by coach (4th November 1661)
Elizabeth Pepys visits Elizabeth Hunt (4th November 1661)
Samuel and William Penn conduct business with William Coventry
Samuel, Elizabeth and William Penn travel home by coach (4th November 1661)
Samuel dines with others at the Mitre (4th November 1661)
Elizabeth visits Thomas Pepys at his home (4th November 1661)
Samuel travels to Thomas Pepys' home by coach (4th November 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth travel to the Opera by coach (4th November 1661)
A performance of 'The Bondman' (4th November 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth travel to William Wight's (4th November 1661)
Elizabeth continues home by coach (4th November 1661)
Samuel visits William Wight (4th November 1661)
A performance of 'The Bondman' prior to 4th November 1661
Tuesday 5th November 1661
Samuel works at the Navy Office (5th November 1661)
Thomas Pepys and William Armiger dine with Samuel (5th November 1661)
Samuel and William Penn call on Elizabeth Batten (5th November 1661)
Samuel, William Penn and George Cocke drink at the Dolphin Tavern (5th November 1661)
Samuel and William Penn visit Elizabeth Batten (5th November 1661)
Samuel returns home (5th November 1661)
William Batten travels to Chatham (5th November 1661)
6th November 1661
Samuel breakfasts with John Davenport and Mr Furbisher (6th November 1661)
Samuel dines with Nicholas Osborne and his wife (6th November 1661)
Samuel visits Henry Moore (6th November 1661)
Samuel visits the Lord Privy Seal to present his table of fees (6th November 1661)
Samuel plays the lute (6th November 1661)
Thursday 7th November 1661
Mr. Hill visits Samuel at home (7th November 1661)
Samuel works at the Navy Office (7th November 1661)
Samuel dines with Peter Pett (7th November 1661)
Samuel discusses a writ with Tom Trice (7th November 1661)
Samuel visits Dr. Williams (7th November 1661)
Samuel discusses Tom Trice's writ with Henry Moore (7th November 1661)
Samuel visits Thomas Fenner (7th November 1661)
Samuel receives a letter from Sir Edward Montagu (7th November 1661)
Friday 8th November 1661
Samuel delivers a letter from Sir Edward Montagu to the Lord Chancellor (8th November 1661)
Samuel meets Peter Pett at Westminster Hall (8th November 1661)
Samuel and others dine at the Sun tavern (8th November 1661)
Samuel visits the Wardrobe (8th November 1661)
Samuel visits Dr. Williams (8th November 1661)
Samuel and Dr. Williams discuss Tom Trice's writ with a clerk (8th November 1661)
Samuel visits his brother Tom (8th November 1661)
Samuel and his brother discuss Tom Trice's writ with John Turner (8th November 1661)
Friday 9th November 1661
Samuel works at the Navy Office (9th November 1661)
Samuel hosts a dinner (9th November 1661)
Samuel visits Lady Montagu at the Wardrobe (9th November 1661)
Samuel returns home (9th November 1661)
Sunday 10th November 1661
Service at St. Olaves (10th November 1661)
Samuel dines with Lady Montagu (10th November 1661)
Service at St. Gregory's (10th November 1661)
Samuel returns home (10th November 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth visit Mary Wight (10th November 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth return home (10th November 1661)
Samuel drinks with William Batten and George Cocke (10th November 1661)
Samuel returns home again (10th November 1661)
Death of Archibald, butler to Lady Montagu (10th November 1661)
Monday 11th November 1661
Samuel travels to the Wardrobe (11th November 1661)
Samuel and others go to the Saracen's Head (11th November 1661)
Samuel and others dine at the Saracen's Head (11th November 1661)
Samuel and Henry Moore visit Tom Trice (11th November 1661)
Samuel dines at the Wardrobe (11th November 1661)
Elizabeth Pepys visits Lady Montagu (11th November 1661)
Samuel and Captain Ferrers visit a gaming house (11th November 1661)
Performance at a dancing school (11th November 1661)
Samuel returns to the Wardrobe (11th November 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth return home (11th November 1661)
Tuesday 12th November 1661
Samuel works at the Navy Office (12th November 1661)
Samuel dines at home (12th November 1661)
A puppet show of 'Bartholomew Fair' (12th November 1661)
Samuel, Elizabeth and William Penn sup at the Greyhound (12th November 1661)
Wednesday 13th November 1661
Samuel visits the Duke of York on Navy business(13th November 1661)
Samuel visits Elizabeth Pearse (13th November 1661)
Samuel visits John Crew (13th November 1661)
Samuel and the Crew's discuss politics (13th November 1661)
A performance of 'Father's Own Son' (13th November 1661)
Samuel takes a coach home (13th November 1661)
Thursday 14th November 1661
Samuel works at the Navy Office (14th November 1661)
Samuel dines with William Bernard and others a the Sun Inn (14th November 1661)
David Lambert visits Samuel at the Sun Inn (14th November 1661)
Samuel visits John Turner on estate business (14th November 1661)
Samuel visits Jane Turner (14th November 1661)
Samuel visits Jemima Montagu (14th November 1661)
Samuel returns home (14th November 1661)
David Lambert sails to the Mediterranean (14th November 1661)
Friday 15th November 1661
Samuel and Elizabeth visit Jemima Montagu (15th November 1661)
Samuel visits the Lord Privy Seal with the table of fees for the Navy Office (15th November 1661)
A performance of 'The Seige of Rhodes' (15th November 1661)
Samuel takes a coach from the Opera (15th November 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth are forced to work to Fenchurch street when their coach gets stuck (15th November 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth take a coach home from Fenchurch street (15th November 1661)
Saturday 16th November 1661
Samuel works at the Navy Office (16th November 1661)
Samuel dines at home (16th November 1661)
Samuel goes to Temple to see his Chancery bill against Tom Trice (16th November 1661)
Samuel returns home (16th November 1661)
Sunday 17th November 1661
Samuel hosts a dinner at home (17th November 1661)
Service at St. Olaves (17th November 1661)
Samuel sleeps through the church service (17th November 1661)
The Wights and friends visit the Pepys (17th November 1661)
Samuel and his guests drink 'vary hard' (17th November 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth sup at William Penn's (17th November 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth return home (17th November 1661)
Monday 18th November 1661
Samuel, Elizabeth and William Penn take a coach to Westminster (18th November 1661)
Elizabeth Pepys and William Penn continue to Westminster (18th November 1661)
Samuel meets Henry Moore in the street (18th November 1661)
Service at St. Pauls (18th November 1661)
Samuel takes a loan from Mr. Battersby (18th November 1661)
Samuel repays the original 50 loan from Mr. Battersby (18th November 1661)
Samuel dines with Mr. Battersby (18th November 1661)
Samuel meets Elizabeth at Robert Bowyer's (18th November 1661)
A performance of 'Philaster' (18th November 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth travel home by coach (18th November 1661)
Tuesday 19th November 1661
Samuel works at the Navy Office (19th November 1661)
John Hunt visits Elizabeth Pepys (19th November 1661)
John Hunt dines with the Pepys (19th November 1661)
The Pepys and John Hunt travel to Benjamin Scott's (19th November 1661)
Christening of Samuel Scott (19th November 1661)
Samuel and others dine at the Scotts (19th November 1661)
Samuel Pepys and his cousins talk with Judith Scott (19th November 1661)
Elizabeth Pepys travels home by coach (19th November 1661)
Samuel walks to Temple (19th November 1661)
Samuel gets a subpoena for Tom Trice (19th November 1661)
Samuel delivers a subpoena to Tom Trice (19th November 1661)
Wednesday 20th November 1661
Samuel travels to Westminster by boat (20th November 1661)
Charles II travels to Westminster by boat (20th November 1661)
Samuel discusses politics with Ned Pickering (20th November 1661)
Samuel travels to the Wardrobe by boat (20th November 1661)
Samuel dines at the Wardrobe (20th November 1661)
Samuel and Henry Moore do legal business at the Temple (20th November 1661)
Samuel and Henry Moore travel to Cheapside (20th November 1661)
Samuel gives Henry Moore a pint of sack (20th November 1661)
Samuel works on his legal business at home (20th November 1661)
Thursday 21st November 1661
Samuel works on his legal papers at home (21st November 1661)
Henry Moore visits Samuel Pepys (21st November 1661)
Henry Moore dines with Samuel (21st November 1661)
Samuel visits William Smallwood on legal business (21st November 1661)
Samuel and Henry Moore go to Moore's chamber at Gray's Inn (21st November 1661)
Samuel takes a book of Henry Moore's to be bound (21st November 1661)
Samuel returns home (21st November 1661)
Samuel works at the Navy Office (21st November 1661)
Samuel drinks with William Batten at the Dolphin (21st November 1661)
Samuel goes to the Temple on legal business (21st November 1661)
Samuel returns home on foot (21st November 1661)
22nd November 1661
The Pepys and others dine at The Dolphin (22nd November 1661)
Music and dancing at the Dolphin (22nd November 1661)
Samuel and others pay for the musicians (22nd November 1661)
Samuel and others pay for the dinner (22nd November 1661)
Samuel walks to the Temple (22nd November 1661)
Samuel pays for legal advice from John Fountaine (22nd November 1661)
Saturday 23nd November 1661
Samuel and Elizabeth travel to Westminster
Elizabeth Pepys visits her father (23rd November 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth return home from Westminster (23rd November 1661)
Samuel works at the Navy Office (23rd November 1661)
Samuel travels to Cheapside with Peter Pett (23rd November 1661)
Samuel meets with Mr. Savill (23rd November 1661)
Samuel dines at the Wardrobe (23rd November 1661)
Samuel does more work at the Navy Office (23rd November 1661)
Samuel and others play cards together (23rd November 1661)
Samuel and others drink together (23rd November 1661)
William Penn dines with Samuel and Elizabeth (23rd November 1661)
Samuel gives a chine of beef to William Wight (23rd November 1661)
Sunday 24th November 1661
Service at St. Clements (24th November 1661)
Samuel and George Cocke drink at the Sun tavern (24th November 1661)
Samuel visits Lady Montagu (24th November 1661)
Samuel dines at the Wardrobe (24th November 1661)
Samuel visits Jane Turner (24th November 1661)
Samuel drinks with John Young and Daniel Rawlinson at the Mitre (24th November 1661)
Samuel dines with William Batten (24th November 1661)
Samuel receives an invitation to dine with William Wight (24th November 1661)
Jane Turner's illness
Monday 25th November 1661
Samuel visits Westminster Hall with Captain Lambert (25th November 1661)
Samuel meets Clement Sankey (25th November 1661)
Samuel dines with Captain Lambert (25th November 1661)
Samuel dines with William Penn and Edward Massey (25th November 1661)
A performance of 'The Country Captain' (25th November 1661)
A performance of 'The Bondman' (25th November 1661)
Samuel and others go to the Fleece (25th November 1661)
Samuel and others travel to the Mitre by coach (25th November 1661)
Samuel and others drink at the Mitre (25th November 1661)
Samuel and Clement Sankey accompany Mary Archer home (25th November 1661)
Samuel and Clement Sankey return to the Mitre (25th November 1661)
Samuel and Clement Sankey drink at the Mitre (25th November 1661)
Samuel returns home in the early hours (25th November 1661)
26th November 1661
Samuel and Elizabeth dine with others at the Wight's (26th November 1661)
Samuel works at the Navy Office (26th November 1661)
Samuel and others drink at the Navy Office (26th November 1661)
Samuel returns home (26th November 1661)
Elizabeth Pepys argues with Dorothy (26th November 1661)
27th November 1661
Samuel sits for Mr Savill (27th November 1661)
Samuel dines with Lady Montague (27th November 1661)
Samuel and Lady Montague discuss 'divinity' (27th November 1661)
A performance of 'Hamlet' (27th November 1661)
Samuel returns home (27th November 1661)
Elizabeth Pepys and Mary Wight visit Jemima Montagu (27th November 1661)
28th November 1661
Will Hewer brings letters from Sir Edward Montagu (28th November 1661)
Samuel and Peter Pett work at the Navy Office (28th November 1661)
Samuel and Denis Gauden travel towards Whitehall (28th November 1661)
Samuel and Denis Gauden travel to Whitehall by coach (28th November 1661)
Samuel and Denis Gauden visit Sir George Carteret (28th November 1661)
Samuel and Denis Gauden visit Edward Hyde (28th November 1661)
Samuel and other drink at the Fountain (28th November 1661)
Samuel and Denis Gauden walk home (28th November 1661)
Friday 29th November 1661
Samuel goes to Westminster Hall (29th November 1661)
Samuel and others dine with William Coventry (29th November 1661)
Samuel and others travel to Whitehall by boat (29th November 1661)
Penn, Batten and Pepys discuss Navy business with the Duke of York (29th November 1661)
A performance of 'Love at First Sight' (29th November 1661)
Samuel returns home via St. Pauls Churchyard (29th November 1661)
Saturday 30th November 1661
Samuel works on legal matters (30th November 1661)
Samuel dines at the Wardrobe (30th November 1661)
Samuel returns home from the Wardrobe (30th November 1661)
Samuel works at the Navy Office (30th November 1661)
Samuel, William Batten and George Cocke drink at the Navy Office (30th November 1661)
Samuel returns home from the Navy Office (30th November 1661)
Sunday 1st December 1661
Service at St. Olaves (1st December 1661)
Clement Sankey dines with the Pepys (1st December 1661)
Samuel and Clement Sankey drink and talk (1st December 1661)
Afternoon service at St. Olaves (1st December 1661)
Clement Sankey sups with the Pepys (1st December 1661)
Samuel and Thomas Pepys discuss Thomas Townsend's daughter (1st December 1661)
George Cocke gives some gherkins to Elizabeth Pepys
Monday 2nd December 1661
Samuel goes to Mr. Savill's (2nd December 1661)
Samuel returns home (2nd December 1661)
Samuel meets Henry Moore (2nd December 1661)
Samuel and Henry Moore return to the Pepys' house (2nd December 1661)
Samuel and Henry Moore talk at the Pepys' house (2nd December 1661)
Henry Moore dines with Pepys (2nd December 1661)
Henry Moore visits the Lord Privy Seal on (2nd December 1661)
Clement Sankey and Mary Archer visit Samuel Pepys (2nd December 1661)
Samuel Pepys and others travel to the Opera by coach (2nd December 1661)
A performance of 'The Mad Lover' (2nd December 1661)
Clement Sankey and Mary Archer sup with Pepys (2nd December 1661)
3rd December 1661
Samuel sits for Mr. Savill (3rd December 1661)
Samuel visits the Wardrobe (3rd December 1661)
Samuel and Henry Moore work on Pepy's Chancery Bill (3rd December 1661)
Samuel dines with Lady Montagu and Lady Wright (3rd December 1661)
Samuel travels to the Navy Office by boat (3rd December 1661)
Samuel returns home (3rd December 1661)
Wednesday 4th December 1661
Samuel travels to Whitehall with Batten and Penn (4th December 1661)
Samuel goes to Temple to deal with the surrender papers for Sturtlow (4th December 1661)
Samuel and others dine at the Three Tuns (4th December 1661)
Samuel travels to Cheapside by boat (4th December 1661)
Elizabeth Pepys sits for Mr. Savill (4th December 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth return home by coach via the theatre and Opera (4th December 1661)
Death by drowning of an unamed man (4th December 1661)
Thursday 5th December 1661
Samuel sits for Mr. Savill (5th December 1661)
Samuel and William Batten work at the Treasury Office (5th December 1661)
William Batten dines at home (5th December 1661)
William Batten returns to the Treasury Office (5th December 1661)
William Penn dines with Samuel Pepys (5th December 1661)
William Penn takes Samuel and Elizabeth to the Opera (5th December 1661)
William Penn travels to Whitehall by coach (5th December 1661)
A performance of 'Hamlet' (5th December 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth visit Jane Turner (5th December 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth return home (5th December 1661)
Friday 6th December 1661
Samuel meets friends at Westminster Hall (6th December 1661)
Samuel and friends drink at the Dog (6th December 1661)
Samuel and others dine with George Carteret (6th December 1661)
Signing of a contract between the Crown and East India Company (6th December 1661)
Discussion with the King regarding the contract with the East India Company (6th December 1661)
Samuel and others complete business with George Carteret (6th December 1661)
Samuel does business with Lord Privy Seal (6th December 1661)
Samuel returns home by coach with Penn and Batten (6th December 1661)
7th December 1661
Captain Ferrers and Emanuel Luffe visit Samuel Pepys (7th December 1661)
Emanuel Luffe plays the theoboro (7th December 1661)
Captain Ferrers and Emanuel Luffe breakfast with Samuel Pepys (7th December 1661)
Samuel Pepys, Captain Ferrers and others drink at Samuel's home (7th December 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth discuss purchasing clothes for Elizabeth (7th December 1661)
Captain Ferrers and Emanuel Luffe have a run-in with watermen at Tower Stairs (7th December 1661)
Emanuel Luffe receives a head wound (7th December 1661)
Elizabeth treats Emanuel Luffe's head-wound (7th December 1661)
Sunday 8th December 1661
Samuel receives Trice's answer to his Chancery bill from William Smallwood (8th December 1661)
Samuel dines at the Wardrobe (8th December 1661)
Samuel and Jemima Montagu discuss Charles Rumbold's christening (8th December 1661)
Thomas Pepys visits Samuel at home (8th December 1661)
Christening of Charles Rumbold (7th December 1661)
Monday 9th December 1661
Samuel meets Monsieur d'Esquier (9th December 1661)
Samuel dines with Lady Wright (9th December 1661)
Samuel, Henry Moore and John Turner consider Tom Trices response to Pepys bill (9th December 1661)
Samuel and Henry Moore discuss Pepys bill with MR. Walpole (9th December 1661)
Samuel returns home by coach (9th December 1661)
Samuel writes letters for Sir Edward Montagu (9th December 1661)
Monsieur d'Esquier travels to the Downs en route to Portugal (10th December 1661)
10th December 1661
Samuel travels to Whitehall to find Monsier d'Esquier (10th December 1661)
Samuel travels to Sir Thomas Crew's residence (10th December 1661)
Samuel dines with Thomas Crew (10th December 1661)
Samuel returns home from Sir Thomas Crew's residence (10th December 1661)
Samuel works at the Navy Office (10th December 1661)
Samuel returns home from the Navy Office (10th December 1661)
11th December 1661
Thomas Pepys and Henry Moore visit Samuel at his home (11th December 1661)
Samuel meets Richard Howell (11th December 1661)
Samuel drinks with Richard Howell (11th December 1661)
Richard Howell tells Samuel of Margaret Clarke's marriage (11th December 1661)
Samuel visits the Mitre but does not stay for dinner (11th December 1661)
Samuel walks to the Exchequer (11th December 1661)
Elizabeth Pepys visits Margaret Penn (11th December 1661)
Samuel visits William Penn (11th December 1661)
Samuel and William Penn travel to Moorfields by coach (11th December 1661)
Samuel and William Penn walk at Moorfields (11th December 1661)
Samuel and William Penn dine at an alehouse (11th December 1661)
Samuel and William Penn return to Penn's lodgings (11th December 1661)
Samuel sups with Martha Batten and Mrs. Moore (11th December 1661)
John Cox visits Martha Batten (11th December 1661)
Samuel returns home (11th December 1661)
William Penn's illness (11th December 1661)
Thursday 12th December 1661
Will Bowyer and John Gregory visit Samuel at home (12th December 1661)
Samuel, Will Bowyer and John Gregory take their morning draft at the Dolphin (12th December 1661)
Samuel dines with Lady Montagu and John Crew (12th December 1661)
Samuel goes to Westminster to meet John Robartes (12th December 1661)
Samuel attends to Privy Office matters with John Robartes (12th December 1661)
Samuel visits William Penn (12th December 1661)
Friday 13th December 1661
Samuel dines at home (13th December 1661)
Elizabeth sits for Mr. Savill (13th December 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth return home (13th December 1661)
Samuel works at the Navy Office (13th December 1661)
Pepys, Penn, Batten and others drink at the Steelyard (13th December 1661)
Music at the Steelyard (13th Decemeber 1661)
Samuel travels home by coach (13th Decemeber 1661)
Saturday 14th December 1661
Samuel dines at home (14th December 1661)
Samuel works at the Navy Office (14th December 1661)
Samuel returns home (14th Decemeber 1661)
Sunday 15th December 1661
Morning service at St. Olave (15th December 1661)
William Penn dines with Samuel Pepys (15th December 1661)
Afternoon service at St. Olave (15th December 1661)
An argument between Elizabeth and her maid (15th December 1661)
Samuel reads Grotius and Selden (15th December 1661)
Monday 16th December 1661
James Bollen calls for Samuel Pepys (16th December 1661)
Bollen and Pepys travel to the Wardrobe by coach (16th December 1661)
Bollen, Moore and Pepys travel to Sir John Robartes Chelsea home (16th December 1661)
Samuel and Henry Moore attend to Privy Seal business with John Robartes (16th December 1661)
Elizabeth Pepys visits Elizabeth Hunt (16th December 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth dine at Sir Edward Montagu's lodgings (16th December 1661)
A performance of 'Cutter of Coleman Street' (16th December 1661)
The Pepys return home by coach (16th December 1661)
Tuesday 17th December 1661
Samuel visits Mr Savill to see progress on his portrait (17th December 1661)
Samuel dines at home (17th December 1661)
Samuel works at the Privy Seal (17th December 1661)
Samuel works at the Navy Office (17th December 1661)
Samuel sups at home (17th December 1661)
Samuel reads 'Mare Clausum' (17th December 1661)
Wednesday 18th December 1661
Samuel works at the Navy Office (18th December 1661)
Elizabeth Pepys sits for Mr. Savill (18th December 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth dine with Jemima Montagu (18th December 1661)
Samuel and Tom visit Jane Turner (18th December 1661)
Samuel returns to Lady Montagu's (18th December 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth return home (18th December 1661)
Thursday 19th December 1661
Elizabeth sits for Mr. Savill (19th December 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth travel home by coach (19th December 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth argue over Elizabeth's dress (19th December 1661)
Samuel dines at the Dolphin with William Warren (19th December 1661)
Samuel works at the Navy Office (19th December 1661)
Samuel returns home (19th December 1661)
Friday 20th December 1661
Samuel dines at the Wardrobe (20th December 1661)
Samuel and Henry Moore meet Mr Swan (20th December 1661)
Samuel, Henery Moore and William Swan drink at an unamed tavern (20th December 1661)
Samuel, Henry Moore and William Swan discuss religion (20th December 1661)
Samuel and Henry Moore go to the Royal Exchange (20th December 1661)
Samuel and Henry Moore discuss the dominion of the sea (20th December 1661)
Samuel returns home from the Royal Exchange (20th December 1661)
Samuel reads more of Selden (20th December 1661)
Saturday 21st December 1661
Samuel discusses arrangements for the Privy Seal Office over Christmas with John Robartes (21st December 1661)
Samuel visits Mrs. Sarah and Mrs. Betty at Montagu's lodgings (21st December 1661)
Samuel drinks with others at the Dog (21st December 1661)
Samuel discusses dominion of the sea with Edward Falconberg (21st December 1661)
Samuel meets with William Prior at Thomas Pepy's house (21st December 1661)
Samuel returns home by coach (21st December 1661)
Samuel works at the Navy Office (21st December 1661)
Samuel writes letters from home (21st December 1661)
Samuel reads Selden's 'Mare Clausum' (21st December 1661)
Christening of John Hunt (21st December 1661)
Sunday 22nd December 1661
Morning service at St. Olave (22nd December 1661)
Samuel dines at home (22nd December 1661)
Samuel falls out with his wife and maid over the dinner (22nd December 1661)
Samuel reads more of Selden's 'Mare Clausum' (22nd December 1661)
Afternoon service at St. Olave (22nd December 1661)
Christening of Nicholas Osborne's child (22nd December 1661)
Samuel dines with friends at home (22nd December 1661)
Monday 23rd December 1661
Samuel travels to the Wardrobe by coach (23rd December 1661)
Samuel and Henry Moore travel to Sir John Robarte's house by coach (23rd December 1661)
Samuel and Henry Moore do Privy Seal business with Sir John Robartes (23rd December 1661)
Samuel travels to Westminster (23rd December 1661)
Samuel travels to the Treasury Office by boat (23rd December 1661)
William Penn and Samuel work at the Treasury Office (23rd December 1661)
Samuel dines with Penn at the Treasury Office (23rd December 1661)
Samuel travels to his brother's house (23rd December 1661)
Samuel visits Jane Turner (23rd December 1661)
Samuel returns to his brother's house (23rd December 1661)
Samuel travles to St. Pauls Churchyard (23rd December 1661)
Samuel meets the masters of St. Pauls School (23rd December 1661)
Samuel talks with the masters of St. Pauls School (23rd December 1661)
Samuel reads more of Selden (23rd December 1661)
Tuesday 24th December 1661
Samuel dines at home (24th December 1661)
Samuel works at the Navy Office (24th December 1661)
Samuel returns home from the office (24th December 1661)
Wednesday 25th December 1661
Service at St. Olave (25th December 1661)
Samuel dines at home (25th December 1661)
Samuel complains about his dinner (25th December 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth visit William Penn (25th December 1661)
George Cocke visits William Penn (25th December 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth dine with William Penn (25th December 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth return home (25th December 1661)
Thursday 26th December 1661
Samuel and William Penn work at the Navy Treasury Office (26th December 1661)
Samuel dines at home (26th December 1661)
The Pepy's and the Penns travel to Moorefields (26th December 1661)
Samuel and others dine at an alehouse in Moorefields (26th December 1661)
Wassail singing (26th December 1661)
The Penns dine with the Pepys (26th December 1661)
Friday 27th December 1661
Samuel buys a copy of Stephen's Thesaurus (27th December 1661)
Service at St. Pauls (27th December 1661)
Samuel meets Samuel Cromleholme (27th December 1661)
Samuel dines at home (27th December 1661)
Edward Fauconberg visits Samuel at home (27th December 1661)
Robert Knightly visits Samuel at home (27th December 1661)
Samuel and Edward Fauconberg drink at Robert Knightly's (27th December 1661)
Elizabeth visits William Penn (27th December 1661)
Samuel visits William Penn (27th December 1661)
The Pepys' play cards with William Penn (27th December 1661)
The Pepys' return home (27th December 1661)
Saturday 28th December 1661
Samuel works at the Navy Office (28th December 1661)
Samuel, William Penn and others play cards (28th December 1661)
Sunday 29th December 1661
Thomas Pepys dines with Samuel (29th December 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth travel to Westminster by coach (29th December 1661)
Service at Westminster Abbey (29th December 1661)
Samuel discusses Navy business with William Coventry (29th December 1661)
Elizabeth Pepys visits Elizabeth Hunt (29th December 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth travel to the Wardrobe by coach (29th December 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth sup with Jemima Montagu (29th December 1661)
Samuel and Elizabeth return home (29th December 1661)
Robert Holmes dines with William Penn (29th December 1661)
Monday 30th December 1661
Samuel works at the Navy Office (30th December 1661)
Samuel, Elizabeth and William Penn visit Mr Savill to see the Pepys' portrait (30th December 1661)
Samuel and others dine at the Mitre (30th December 1661)
Samuel visits the Penn's (30th December 1661)
Samuel plays cards with the Penns (30th December 1661)
Samuel returns home (30th December 1661)
A performance of 'D'Ambois' (30th December 1661)
Tuesday 31st December 1661
Elizabeth sits for Mr. Savill (31st December 1661)
Samuel dines at home (31st December 1661)
Samuel works at the Navy Office (31st December 1661)
Samuel has supper at home (31st December 1661)
Samuel has a trim at home (31st December 1661)
Wednesday 1st January 1662
1662
Samuel accidently hits Elizabeth in the face (1st January 1662)
Samuel travels with William Penn (1st January 1662)
Samuel returns home (1st January 1662)
Samuel and William Penn visit the Stationers (1st January 1662)
The Penns dine with Samuel (1st January 1662)
A performance of 'The Spanish Curate' (1st January 1662)
The Penns play cards with the Pepys (1st January 1662)
William Penn and Wayneman Birch persue the coach in which Penn has left his sword (1st January 1662)
Thursday 2nd January 1662
Samuel receives an invitation from Jemima Montagu (2nd January 1662)
Samuel works at the Navy Office (2nd January 1662)
Samuel dines with the Montagus (2nd January 1662)
Samuel travels to the Navy Office by boat (2nd January 1662)
Samuel does more work at the Navy Office (2nd January 1662)
Samuel plays his lute at home (2nd January 1662)
Samuel goes to an unamed coffee house (2nd January 1662)
Richard Fanshawe travels from Portugal to London (2nd January 1661)
Friday 3rd January 1662
Samuel visits his brother Thomas (3rd January 1662)
Samuel dines with Sir Thomas Crew (3rd January 1662)
Samuel buys some pictures from William Faithorne (3rd January 1662)
The Revels at the Inns (3rd January 1662)
Samuel works on his finances (3rd January 1662)
Saturday 4th January 1662
Samuel goes to Mr. Savills (6th January 1662)
Samuel does some interior decoration (4th January 1662)
Samuel and others dine with William Penn (6th January 1662)
Samuel and Elizabeth go to Westminster by boat (4th January 1662)
Elizabeth Pepys visits her fater (4th January 1662)
Samuel returns home from William Penn's (6th January 1662)
George Cocke visits Samuel at home (6th January 1662)
Samuel meets James Chetwind and William Symons at Westminster Hall (4th January 1662)
Samuel plays cards with the Penns (6th January 1662)
Samuel meets Elizabeth at Sir Edward Montagu's lodgings (4th January 1662)
Samuel and Elizabeth and Mr. East dine at Wilkinson's (4th January 1662)
Samuel chastises Will Hewer for being drunk (6th January 1662)
Samuel and Elizabeth return home (4th January 1662)
Samuel works at the Navy Office (4th January 1662)
Samuel and Elizabeth play cards with William Penn (4th January 1662)
Samuel and Elizabeth return home from the Penns' (4th January 1662)
Will Hewer and others drink at the Dolphin (6th January 1662)
Sunday 5th January 1662
Illness of Elizabeth Pepys (5th January 1662)
Morning service at St. Olave's (5th January 1662)
Thomas Pepys visits Samuel (5th January 1662)
Afternoon service at St. Olave's (5th January 1662)
Samuel visits William Batten (5th January 1662)
Samuel dines at home (5th January 1662)
Samuel writes to Sir John Mennes (5th January 1662)
Monday 6th January 1662
Tuesday 7th January 1662
Samuel and William Penn visit Mrs. Chappell (7th January 1662)
A dinner at the Chappells' (7th January 1662)
The Pepys return home by coach (7th January 1662)
Samuel works at the Navy office (7th January 1662)
Samuel plays cards with the Penns (7th January 1662)
Samuel returns home (7th January 1662)
Elizabeth Pepys and others visit Mrs. Chappell (7th January 1662)
Wednesday 8th January 1662
George Carteret complains to William Penn about Will Hewer (8th January 1662)
William Penn tells Samuel of Carteret's complaints about Will Hewer (8th January 1662)
Samuel travels to the Wardrobe by boat (8th January 1662)
Samuel interrogates Will Hewer about Carteret's complaints (8th January 1662)
Samuel dines with Jemima Montagu (8th January 1662)
Samuel returns home from the Wardrobe (8th January 1662)
Samuel talks with William Batten at his home (8th January 1662)
Samuel reads Selden's 'Mare Clausum' (8th January 1662)
Samuel receieves 100l. from his father (8th January 1662)
Thursday 9th January 1662
Samuel and others work at the Navy Office (9th January 1662)
Samuel dines at home (9th January 1662)
Samuel works at the Navy Office (9th January 1662)
William Armiger visits Elizabeth Pepys (9th January 1662)
Samuel complains to Armiger about his leaving Tom Pepys' home (9th January 1662)
Samuel works on his correspondence (9th January 1662)
Friday 10th January 1662
Samuel presents a query from Sir Edward Montagu to Sir Paul Neile (10th January 1662)
Henry Moore tells Samuel about an injunction against Tom Trice (10th January 1662)
Henry Moore and Samuel Pepys go to Westminster Hall (10th January 1662)
Samuel dines at the Wardrobe (10th January 1662)
Elizabeth Pepys visits Elizabeth Hunt (10th January 1662)
Samuel meets with Elizabeth at the Hunts' house (10th January 1662)
Samuel gives a gift to Mrs. Hunt (10th January 1662)
Samuel and Elizabeth return home by coach (10th January 1662)
Saturday 11th January 1662
Thomas Pepys calls on Samuel (11th January 1662)
Samuel pays money owed to William Turner (11th January 1662)
Samuel visits the Royal Exchange (11th January 1662)
Samuel dines at home (11th January 1662)
Samuel works at the Navy Office (11th January 1662)
Samuel visits William Batten (11th January 1662)
William Rider talks about the Dukes of Genoa (11th January 1662)
Batten and Rider talk about the Dukedom of Ragusa (11th January 1662)
Samuel returns home (11th January 1662)
Sunday 12th January 1662
Monday 13th January 1662
Samuel and John Birchensha discuss music (13th January 1662)
Peter, Michael and Henry Honywood visit the Pepys (13th January 1662)
The Honywoods and the Wights dine with the Pepys (13th January 1662)
Peter Honywood demonstrates a scientific experiment (13th January 1662)
Samuel, Elizabeth and Mary Wight play cards (13th January 1662)
The Wights sup with the Pepys (13th January 1662)
The Pepys and the Wights play cards (13th January 1662)
Tuesday 14th January 1662
Samuel takes a lesson in composition from John Birchensha (14th January 1662)
Samuel works on his papers (14th January 1662)
Samuel dines at home (14th January 1662)
Samuel works at the Navy Office (14th January 1662)
Samuel works on Navy business (14th January 1662)
Samuel takes delivery of vellum picture folders (14th January 1662)
Wednesday 15th January 1662
Samuel takes a lesson in composition from John Birchensha (15th January 1662)
John Birchensha breakfasts with Samuel Pepys (15th January 1662)
John Birchensha tells Samuel of the fast day ordered by Parliament (15th January 1662)
Samuel practices his music
Samuel sups at home (15th January 1662)
16th January 1662
Funeral of Frederick Cornwallis (16th January 1662)
Samuel buys portraits and frames from Mr. Savill (16th January 1662)
Thomas Hollier and Thomas Pepys dine with Samuel (16th January 1662)
Samuel works at the Navy Office (16th January 1662)
George Cocke and John Stoakes play cards with William Batten (16th January 1662)
Samuel Pepys, George Cocke and John Stoakes dine with William Batten (16th January 1662)
Samuel returns home (16th January 1662)
Friday 17th January 1662
Samuel meets Henry Moore at Westminster (17th January 1662)
Samuel receives news of Lord Hinchingbroke's death (17th January 1662)
Samuel dines with John Crew (17th January 1662)
Samuel tells John Crew of Lord Hinchingbroke's death (17th January 1662)
Samuel visits George Montagu (17th January 1662)
Samuel learns of the death of George Montagu (17th January 1662)
Samuel delivers news of George Montagu's death to John Crew (17th January 1662)
Elizabeth Pepys visits Jemima Montagu (17th January 1662)
Samuel delivers news of George Montagu's death to Jemima Montagu (17th January 1662)
Samuel works on his music (17th January 1662)
Saturday 18th January 1662
Samuel visits Dr. Williams (18th January 1662)
Samuel discusses his legal matters with Dr. Williams (18th January 1662)
Samuel goes to the Wardrobe (18th January 1662)
Samuel goes to St. Paul's Churchyard (18th January 1662)
Samuel dines with others at the Wardrobe (18th January 1662)
Samuel works at the Navy Office (18th January 1662)
Samuel writes a letter to his father (18th January 1662)
Henry Moore tells Samuel of Ned Montagu's departure (18th January 1662)
Samuel and Henry Moore go to Sir Edward Montagu's lodgings (18th January 1662)
Samuel and Henry Moore call on Ralph Montagu (18th January 1662)
Samuel discusses Ned Montagu's departure with Ralph Montagu (18th January 1662)
Samuel returns home (18th January 1662)
Samuel writes to Sir Edward Montagu (18th January 1662)
Ned Montagu leaves the country (18th January 1662)
19th January 1662
Morning Service at St. Olave's (19th January 1662)
Samuel dines at home (19th January 1662)
Samuel and Elizabeth visit Jane Turner (19th January 1662)
Samuel and Elizabeth visit Sarah Norbury (19th January 1662)
Sarah Norbury talks about her sister (19th January 1662)
Samuel and Elizabeth sup with the Wights (19th January 1662)
William Wight tells Samuel of a naval enagement (19th January 1662)
Samuel Pepys visits William Batten (19th January 1662)
Robert Holmes visits William Batten (19th January 1662)
Turkish attacks on British merchant ships (19th January 1662)
Monday 20th January 1662
Williams Penn and Batten and Samuel Pepys examine George Carteret's accounts for the Navy (20th January 1662)
Samuel and others dine at William Batten's (20th January 1662)
Samuel buys wine (20th January 1662)
Samuel works at the Navy Office (20th January 1662)
The Wights play cards with the Pepys (20th January 1662)
Samuel practices his music (20th January 1662)
Construction of a cellar door for Samuel Pepys (20th January 1662)
Tuesday 21st January 1662
Williams Penn and Batten and Samuel Pepys examine George Carteret's accounts for the Navy (21st January 1662)
Penn, Batten, Pepys and Carteret dine together (21st January 1662)
Samuel works at the Navy Office (21st January 1662)
Samuel practices his music (21st January 1662)
Wednesday 22nd January 1662
Samuel practices his music (22nd January 1662)
Samuel travels to Whitehall via Westminster (22nd January 1662)
Samuel visits George Montagu (22nd January 1662)
Samuel and George Montagu discuss politics and the court (22nd January 1662)
Samuel dines with Elizabeth and Jemima Montagu at the Wardrobe (22nd January 1662)
Elizabeth visits Mrs. George Montagu (22nd January 1662)
Samuel discusses legal business with Tom Trice and John Williams (22nd January 1662)
Samuel, Tom Trice and John Williams share some wine (22nd January 1662)
Samuel meets Elizabeth at the Wardrobe (22nd January 1662)
Samuel and Elizabeth return home (22nd January 1662)
Thursday 23rd January 1662
Samuel takes a lesson in composition (23rd January 1662)
Samuel and Henry Moore work together (23rd January 1662)
Samuel and Elizabeth visit Thomas Fenner (23rd January 1662)
The Fenners and others dine at the Three Crane Tavern (23rd January 1662)
Sameul rejects the Joyces' choice of a wife for Thomas Pepys (23rd January 1662)
Samuel and Elizabeth visit Mary Wight (23rd January 1662)
Samuel works at the Navy Office (23rd January 1662)
The Pepys and the Wights play cards (23rd January 1662)
Samuel and Elizabeth return home (23rd January 1662)
Friday 24th January 1662
Thomas Pepys visits Samuel to discuss business (24th January 1662)
Samuel visits Mr Savill to view his paintings and frames (24th January 1662)
Samuel dines with Jemima Montagu (24th January 1662)
Samuel travels home via Pope's Head alley (24th January 1662)
Samuel buys some items from an unamed vendor in Pope's Head alley (24th January 1662)
25th January 1662
Samuel works at home (25th January 1662)
Samuel works at the Navy Office (25th January 1662)
Samuel discusses his garden with Henry Wise (25th January 1662)
William Penn discusses moving his son to Cambridge with Samuel Pepys (25th January 1662)
Samuel and William Penn dine at Trinity House (25th January 1662)
Samuel does more work at the Navy Office (25th January 1662)
Samuel vomits up his lunch (25th January 1662)
Samuel and Elizabeth dine with William Penn and his daughter (25th January 1662)
Henry Moore brings letters from Sir Edward Montagu (25th January 1662)
Samuel works on some letters (25th January 1662)
The Pepys play cards with the Penns (25th January 1662)
Sunday 26th January 1662
Morning service at St. Olaves (26th January 1662)
Samuel and Elizabeth dine at home (26th January 1662)
Afternoon service at St. Olaves (26th January 1662)
Samuel reads and talks with his wife (26th January 1662)
Samuel and Elizabeth sup at home (26th January 1662)
Monday 27th January 1662
Pepys, Penn and Batten travel to Deptford dockyard by boat (27th January 1662)
Pepys, Penn and Batten work at Deptford dockyard (27th January 1662)
Pepys, Penn and Batten dine at John Falconer's house (27th January 1662)
Pepys, Penn and Batten call on John Dickons (27th January 1662)
William Monson, Henry Mildmay and another are paraded in punishment (27th January 1662)
Tuesday 28th January 1662
Samuel takes a music lesson (28th January 1662)
Samuel takes Elizabeth for a portrait sitting (28th January 1662)
Samuel and Elizabeth dine at home (28th January 1662)
Samuel works at the Navy Office (28th January 1662)
Samuel return home (28th January 1662)
Wednesday 29th January 1662
Samuel discusses business with William Coventry (29th January 1662)
Samuel and others dine at the Wardrobe (29th January 1662)
Samuel returns home (29th January 1662)
Elizabeth and guests play cards (29th January 1662)
Samuel and Elizabeth dine at home (29th January 1662)
Samuel practices his music (29th January 1662)
Friday 31st January 1662
Thursday 30th January 1662
Service at St. Olave's (30th January 1662)
Samuel dines at home (30th January 1662)
Samuel works on his papers (30th January 1662)
Samuel sups at home (30th January 1662)
Samuel practices his music (31st January 1662)
Samuel attends to the rennovation of his cellar (31st January 1662)
Samuel dines at home (31st January 1662)
Samuel works at home (31st January 1662)
Saturday 1st February 1662
Samuel works with Commisioner Pett at the Navy Office (1st February 1662)
Samuel and William Penn discuss the education of Penn's son (1st February 1662)
Commissioner Pett works alone (1st February 1662)
Samuel Pepys takes Peter Pett to Mr Savill's (1st February 1662)
Samuel Pepys and Commissioner Pett dine with Jemima Montagu (1st February 1662)
William Penn tells Samuel of the destruction of the enemy fleet at Algiers (1st February 1662)
Samuel Pepys tells Jemima Montagu of the destruction of the enemy fleet at Algiers (1st February 1662)
Samuel Pepys and Commissioner Pett continue work at the Navy Office (1st February 1662)
Samuel writes a letter to his father (1st February 1662)
Samuel writes to Dr. Fairbrother about Mr. Burton (1st February 1662)
Samuel writes to his brother John (1st February 1662)
William Penn receives news of the destruction of the enemy fleet at Algiers (1st February 1662)
Sunday 2nd February 1662
Morning service at St. Olaves (2nd February 1662)
Samuel and Elizabeth dine at home (2nd February 1662)
Afternoon service at St. Olaves (2nd February 1662)
Samuel reads at home (2nd February 1662)
Samuel sups at home (2nd February 1662)
3rd February 1662
Samuel practices his music (3rd February 1662)
Samuel works with Williams Penn and Batten at the Navy Office (3rd February 1662)
Samuel and others dine with William and Elizabeth Batten (3rd February 1662)
Mrs. Shippman drinks to the health of William and Elizabeth Batten (3rd February 1662)
Samuel, William Batten and George Carteret work at the Navy Office (3rd February 1662)
Samuel visits William Batten (3rd February 1662)
Samuel and Elizabeth dine with Robert Holmes (3rd February 1662)
Samuel and Elizabeth return home (3rd February 1662)
Tuesday 4th February 1662
Samuel goes to Westminster Hall (4th February 1662)
Samuel Pepys and Benjamin Templer dine with John Crew (4th February 1662)
Samuel is served with a subpoena (4th February 1662)
Samuel works at the Navy Office (4th February 1662)
Samuel returns home (4th February 1662)
Wednesday 5th February 1662
Samuel and others work together at the Navy Office (5th February 1662)
William Penn dines with Samuel Pepys (5th February 1662)
The Pepys' and William Penn travel to the Theatre Royal (5th February 1662)
The Pepys' and William Penn drink together (5th February 1662)
A performance of 'Rule a Wife and have a Wife' (5th February 1662)
Samuel dines with William Penn (5th February 1662)
Samuel plays cards with William Penn (5th February 1662)
Samuel returns home (5th February 1662)
Samuel treats his hernia (5th February 1662)
Thursday 6th February 1662
Samuel practices his music (6th February 1662)
Samuel inspects the work on his cellar (6th February 1662)
Thomas Pepys visits Samuel (6th February 1662)
Thomas and Samuel Pepys argue over money (6th February 1662)
Thomas Pepys dines with Samuel (6th February 1662)
Samuel gets a trim from the barber (6th February 1662)
Samuel and William Batten work at the Navy Office (7th February 1662)
Samuel works at home (6th February 1662)
Friday 7th February 1662
Samuel inspects the work on his cellar (7th February 1662)
Samuel, Elizabeth and Peter Pett travel to Blackfriars by boat (7th February 1662)
Samuel and Peter Pett travel to Westminster (7th February 1662)
Samuel and Captain Hill dine with Jemima Montagu (7th February 1662)
Unamed joiners put up a chimney piece at Samuel's home (7th February 1662)
Samuel visits Mr. Savill to check on his portraits (7th February 1662)
Samuel returns home (7th February 1662)
Ms. Porter visits the Pepys (7th February 1662)
John Hunt visits the Pepys (7th February 1662)
Saturday 8th February 1662
Workmen complete the renovation of Samuel Pepy's cellar (8th February 1662)
Samuel dines at home (8th February 1662)
Samuel and William Penn work at the Navy office (8th February 1662)
Samuel and William Penn talk about William Wood (8th February 1662)
Samuel writes to his father (8th February 1662)
Samuel writes to his brother John (8th February 1662)
Sunday 9th February 1662
Samuel and Elizabeth discuss Elizabeth's clothing allowance (9th February 1662)
Samuel practices his composition (9th February 1662)
Monday 10th February 1662
Samuel practices his music (10th February 1662)
Samuel visits St. Paul's Churchyard (10th February 1662)
Samuel reads a copy of 'Englands Worthies' by Thomas Fuller (10th February 1662)
Samuel returns home (10th February 1662)
Tuesday 11th February 1662
Samuel practices his music (11th February 1662)
Thomas Pepys visits Samuel (11th February 1662)
Samuel and Thomas discuss selling land at Sturtlow (11th February 1662)
Samuel dines at home (11th February 1662)
Samuel works at the Navy Office (11th February 1662)
Samuel composes songs (11th February 1662)
Wednesday 12th February 1662
4pm, Wednesday 12th February 1662
Samuel works with Lewis Phillips (12th February 1662)
Samuel works with William Prior (12th February 1662)
Samuel visits Westminster (12th February 1662)
Samuel visits Sir John Crew's (12th February 1662)
Samuel visits the Wardrobe (12th February 1662)
Samuel dines at home (12th February 1662)
Samuel works on papers for his uncle Thomas (12th February 1662)
Samuel practices his music (12th February 1662)
Delivery of fish to Samuel Pepys (12th February 1662)
Thursday 13th February 1662
Samuel practices his music (13th February 1662)
Samuel and his cousing Thomas discuss matters relating to the estate of Robert Pepys (13th February 1662)
Samuel dines at home (13th February 1662)
Samuel Pepys and Thomas Kinward visit William Penn (13th February 1662)
Robert Blackborne visits Samuel at home (13th February 1662)
Samuel works at the Navy Office (13th February 1662)
Samuel works on correspondence from home (13th February 1662)
Death of Elizabeth Stuart (13th February 1662)
14th February 1662
Will Bowyer visits Elizabeth Pepys (14th February 1662)
Workmen decorate Pepys' chimney-piece (14th February 1662)
Samuel, Elizabeth and Will Bowyer travel to Westminster (14th February 1662)
Samuel gives some Poor John to Thomas Pepys (14th February 1662)
Samuel gives some Poor John to Alexandre St. Michel (14th February 1662)
Elizabeth visits the Bowyer's (14th February 1662)
Samuel drinks with Mr. Pierce (14th February 1662)
Mr. Pierce tells Samuel of Ned Montagu's debts (14th February 1662)
Samuel and Elizabeth dine with Jemima Montagu (14th February 1662)
The Pepys return home (14th February 1662)
Saturday 15th February 1662
Samuel, William Penn and William Batten work at Trinity House (15th February 1662)
Samuel is sworn a 'Younger Brother' (15th February 1662)
Samuel, William Penn and William Batten work at the Navy Office (15th February 1662)
Pepys, Penn and Batten discuss office politics (14th February 1662)
Samuel works on a report for the Navy Office (15th February 1662)
Sunday 16th February 1662
Morning service at St. Olave (16th February 1662)
Samuel dines at home (16th February 1662)
Service at St. Bride's (16th February 1662)
Samuel walks with Jane Turner from St. Bride's (16th February 1662)
Thomas Jacombe visits Jane Turner (16th February 1662)
Elizabeth Pepys visits William Wight (16th February 1662)
Samuel visits William Wight (16th February 1662)
The Pepys dine with the Wights (16th February 1662)
Samuel drinks a draft of mulled ale at home (16th February 1662)
17th February 1662
Pepys, Penn, Batten and Cocke inspect the Covertine with Captain Tinker (17th February 1662)
Pepys and others travel to Woolwich (17th February 1662)
Pepys and others dine together (17th February 1662)
Pepys and others play cards (17th February 1662)
The Pepys and others dine at the Dolphin (17th February 1662)
The Pepys return home (17th February 1662)
Tuesday 18th February 1662
Samuel works at the Navy office (18th February 1662)
Samuel, William Penn and Thomas Kinward survey Penn's home (18th February 1662)
Samuel dines with others at the Wardrobe (18th February 1662)
Pepys signs an agreement with William Prior (18th February 1662)
Samuel walks to the Opera (18th February 1662)
Samuel sends Wayneman Birch to tell his wife not to venture out (18th February 1662)
Birch tells Pepys that his wife has already left for the Opera (18th February 1662)
Elizabeth Pepys travels to the Opera (18th February 1662)
A performance of 'The Law against Lovers' (18th February 1662)
Samuel practices his music at home (18th February 1662)
Wednesday 19th February 1662
Samuel practices his music at home (19th February 1662)
Samuel works at Trinity House (19th February 1662)
Samuel dines with Jemima Montagu (19th February 1662)
Samuel organises his room (19th February 1662)
Samuel practices his music again (19th February 1662)
Thursday 20th February 1662
William Child visits Samuel at home (20th February 1662)
Samuel and William Child discuss music (20th February 1662)
Samuel receives a letter from Sir Edward Montagu (20th February 1662)
Samuel delivers the letters from Sir Edward Montagu to the Lord Chancellor (20th February 1662)
Samuel visits Lady Montagu at the Wardrobe (20th February 1662)
Samuel calls on Mr. Savill to see his portraits (20th February 1662)
Samuel works at the Navy Office (20th February 1662)
Samuel returns home (20th February 1662)
Troops of Lord Sandwich take Tangier (16th January 1662)
21st February 1662
Samuel works at home (21st February 1662)
Samuel dines with Lord Crew (21st February 1662)
Samuel works with Lewis Philips (21st February 1662)
Samuel receives a payment from Jasper Trice (21st February 1662)
Samuel returns home (21st February 1662)
22nd February 1662
Samuel works at the Navy Office (22nd February 1662)
Samuel dines at Sandwich's house (22nd February 1662)
Samuel and Henry Moore work with Mr. Walpole (22nd February 1662)
Samuel hears of a judgement brought against him by Henry Godfry (22nd February 1662)
Henry Godfrey obtains a judgement against Samuel Pepys
Samuel buys furniture for his house(22nd February 1662)
Samuel returns home (22nd February 1662)
Mr. Savill delivers Samuel's portraits (22nd February 1662)
Samuel writes to his father (22nd February 1662)
Murder of a tanner in Newington
Sunday 23rd February 1662
Samuel reads Fullers 'History of the worthies of England' (23rd February 1662)
William Penn sups with Samuel Pepys (23rd February 1662)
Samuel takes a music lesson from John Birchensha (24th February 1662)
Samuel pays John Birchensha for his music lessons (24th February 1662)
Samuel calls on Mr Savill (24th February 1662)
Samuel visits John Birchensha (24th February 1662)
Samuel dines at home (24th February 1662)
Samuel chids Will Hewer for his truculence (24th February 1662)
Tuesday 25th February 1662
Samuel works at the Navy Office (25th February 1662)
Samuel and Henry Moore discuss the damage caused by recent storms (25th February 1662)
Samuel reads Charles Sackvilles account of the killing of the tanner (25th February 1662)
Samuel dines at home (25th February 1662)
John and Elizabeth Hunt visit the Pepys (25th February 1662)
Samuel does more work at the Navy Office (25th February 1662)
Samuel sups at home (25th February 1662)
Wednesday 26th February 1662
Samuel and John Birchensha work on a composition together (26th February 1662)
Samuel pays his debt to Joshua Kirton (26th February 1662)
Samuel pays his debt to William Joyce (26th February 1662)
Samuel meets with an unamed gentleman and mistakes him for a musician from the Theatre Royal (26th February 1662)
Thursday 27th February 1662
Samuel and John Birchensha argue about Birchensha's music theories (27th February 1662)
Samuel spends the morning writing down Birchensha's music theory (27th February 1662)
Samuel dines at home (27th February 1662)
Samuel works at the Navy Office (27th February 1662)
Samuel writes correspondence at home (27th February 1662)
24th February 1662
Samuel and William Penn travel to Whitehall Palace by coach (28th February 1662)
Samuel delivers a map from Sir Edward Montagu to the Duke of York (28th February 1662)
Samuel travels to Mr Savill's by boat (28th February 1662)
Samuel sits for his portrait (28th February 1662)
Samuel dines at home (28th February 1662)
Henry Moore visits Samuel at home (28th February 1662)
Samuel works at the Navy Office (28th February 1662)
Samuel receives salary owing to him (28th February 1662)
Samuel beats Wayneman Birch (28th February 1662)
Saturday 1st March 1662
Samuel repays 40l. of a debt to William Batten (1st March 1662)
Samuel works at the Navy Office (1st March 1662)
Thomas Pepys visits Samuel at home (1st March 1662)
Thomas and Samuel have 'some high words of difference' (1st March 1662)
Samuel and Elizabeth travel to Mr Savills (1st March 1662)
Samuel and Elizabeth visit Mr. Savill to see Samuel's miniature (1st March 1662)
Samuel and Elizabeth travel to the Opera by coach (1st March 1662)
A performance of 'Romeo and Juliet' (1st March 1662)
Samuel dines at home (1st March 1662)
Samuel works on his accounts (1st March 1662)
Sunday 2nd March 1662
Samuel tells Elizabeth what he would do if he were rich (2nd March 1662)
Morning service at St. Olave (2nd March 1662)
Samuel dines at home (2nd March 1662)
William Penn visits Samuel at home (2nd March 1662)
Afternoon service at St Olave (2nd March 1662)
Samuel walks Martha Batten home (2nd March 1662)
George Carteret calls on Samuel Pepys (2nd March 1662)
William Penn and Samuel Pepys visit George Carteret at his home (2nd March 1662)
Penn, Pepys and Carteret discuss Navy business (2nd March 1662)
William Penn sups with Samuel Pepys (2nd March 1662)
Monday 3rd March 1662
Samuel and Thomas Pepys work together (3rd March 1662)
Samuel and Henry Moore work together (3rd March 1662)
Samuel dines at home (3rd March 1662)
Samuel works at home (3rd March 1662)
Samuel works at the Navy Office (3rd March 1662)
Samuel visits William Penn (3rd March 1662)
Samuel and Thomas Kinward discuss building work with William Penn (3rd March 1662)
Some oysters are delivered to Samuel (3rd March 1662)
Samuel has oysters for supper (3rd March 1662)
Samuel gets a trim from the barber (3rd March 1662)
Samuel is told of a new tax passed by Parliament (3rd March 1662)
Vote for a 2s. per annum tax on chimneys (3rd March 1662)
Tuesday 4th March 1662
Samuel works at the Navy Office (4th March 1662)
Samuel dines at home (4th March 1662)
Samuel returns to work at the Navy Office (4th March 1662)
William Penn and Samuel and Elizabeth Pepys travel to Moorefields by coach (4th March 1662)
Penn and the Pepys walk at Moorefields (4th March 1662)
Penn and the Pepys dine on 'cakes and other fine things' at the Pope's Head (4th March 1662)
Samuel and Elizabeth return home (4th March 1662)
Wednesday 5th March 1662
Samuel visits Mr Savill about his miniature (5th March 1662)
Samuel works with his brother (5th March 1662)
Samuel buys a box to hold his forfeits (5th March 1662)
Samuel dines at the Wardrobe (5th March 1662)
Samuel organises his papers at home (5th March 1662)
Thursday 6th March 1662
Samuel works with Penn and Batten at the Navy Office (6th March 1662)
Thomas Pepys and son visit Samuel at home (6th March 1662)
Thomas and Tom Pepys dine with Elizabeth (6th March 1662)
Samuel and others dine at the Dolphin (6th March 1662)
Samuel works at the Navy Office (6th March 1662)
Samuel visits William Batten at home (6th March 1662)
Samuel and George Carteret have a discussion with William Batten (6th March 1662)
Samuel receives news of family losses due to storms at Brampton (6th March 1662)
Samuel's new riding coat is delivered (6th March 1662)
Friday 7th March 1662
Service at Whitehall Chapel (7th March 1662)
Samuel and Henry Moore walk together at Whitehall Palace (7th March 1662)
Samuel dines at the Wardrobe (7th March 1662)
Samuel works at the Navy Office (7th March 1662)
Samuel returns home from the Navy Office (7th March 1662)
Saturday 8th March 1662
Pepys, Penn and Batten visit the House of Commons (8th March 1662)
Pepys, Penn and Batten travel by coach to Westminster (8th March 1662)
Samuel meets Mr. Pierce at Westminster Hall (8th March 1662)
Pepys and Pierce drink at the Swan (8th March 1662)
Pierce tells Pepys of Edward and Ralph Montagu's woes (8th March 1662)
Penn and Batten dine with Richard Braham (8th March 1662)
Pepys and others visit Trinity House (8th March 1662)
Batten has a coughing fit (8th March 1662)
Batten returns home (8th March 1662)
Samuel and others work at the Navy Office (8th March 1662)
Samuel writes to his father (8th March 1662)
Sunday 9th March 1662
Morning service at St. Olaves (9th March 1662)
Samuel dines at home (9th March 1662)
Afternoon service at St. Olave (9th March 1662)
Samuel visits William Batten (9th March 1662)
Samuel and William Penn walk together (9th March 1662)
William Penn sups with Samuel Pepys (9th March 1662)
Monday 10th March 1662
Samuel works at the Navy Office (10th March 1662)
Samuel dines with William Batten (10th March 1662)
Samuel works with William Penn at the Treasury Office (10th March 1662)
Samuel visits William Batten at home (10th March 1662)
Tuesday 11th March 1662
Samuel works at the Navy Office (11th March 1662)
Samuel works on his papers at home (11th March 1662)
Elizabeth Pepys illness (11th March 1662)
Jane Turner and her daughter visit Samuel (11th March 1662)
Wednesday 12th March 1662
Samuel works at the Navy Office (12th March 1662)
Samuel dines at home (12th March 1662)
Mrs Goldsborough visits Samuel at home (12th March 1662)
Samuel receives news of the arrest of some republicans in Holland (12th March 1662)
Thursday 13th March 1662
Samuel works at home (13th March 1662)
Friday 14th March 1662
Samuel works at the Navy Office (14th March 1662)
Samuel and William Penn agree a contract with the workmen at Penn's home (14th March 1662)
Samuel dines at home (14th March 1662)
Johannes Kuffler discusses his 'engine to blow up ships' with Samuel at the Navy Office (14th March 1662)
Samuel visits William and Mary Wight (14th March 1662)
The Pepys' maid, Sarah, is taken ill (14th March 1662)
Samuel plays his lute (14th March 1662)
Saturday 15th March 1662
Samuel and others visit the Duke of York on Navy Business (15th March 1662)
Samuel works at the Navy Office (15th March 1662)
Samuel seeks to hire a ship at the Royal Exchange (15th March 1662)
Samuel dines at home (15th March 1662)
Samuel and George Carteret work at the Navy Office (15th March 1662)
Samuel writes letters at home (15th March 1662)
Sunday 16th March 1662
Samuel dines at the Wardrobe (16th March 1662)
Samuel talks with Lady Montagu (16th March 1662)
Samuel walks to Whitehall (16th March 1662)
Samuel walks in St. James Park (16th March 1662)
The King and Duke of York walk in St. James Park (16th March 1662)
Samuel travels home via his brother's house (16th March 1662)
Samuel walks with William Penn (16th March 1662)
Samuel and Elizabeth dine with William Penn and son (16th March 1662)
Monday 17th March 1662
Samuel works at the Navy Office (17th March 1662)
Samuel goes to the Royal Exchange 'to see and be seen' (17th March 1662)
Samuel continues working at the Navy Office (17th March 1662)
Samuel sups at home (17th March 1662)
Samuel reads before bed (17th March 1662)
Barkstead, Okey and Corbet are taken from Delft to the Tower of London (? - 16th March 1662)
Tuesday 18th March 1662
Samuel and William Penn work at the Navy Office (18th March 1662)
Sameul dines at home with Lewellyn and Blurton (18th March 1662)
Samuel continues work at the Navy Office (18th March 1662)
Samuel and William Penn visit ships being fitted for the Navy (18th March 1662)
Samuel writes to his father about Brampton Court (18th March 1662)
John Pepys catches an 'ague' (18th March 1662)
Wednesday 19th March 1662
Samuel works at the Navy Office (19th March 1662)
Samuel works on Brampton business at home (19th March 1662)
Samuel receives a letter from his cousin Thomas (19th March 1662)
Thursday 20th March 1662
Samuel works at the Navy Office (20th March 1662)
Samuel visits the Royal Exchange (20th March 1662)
Samuel dines at home (20th March 1662)
Samuel continues work at the Navy Office (20th March 1662)
Samuel returns home (20th March 1662)
Friday 21st March 1662
Samuel and William Batten travel to Whitehall by boat (21st March 1662)
Samuel visits Sir Edward Montagus lodgings (21st March 1662)
Samuel visits Westminster Hall (21st March 1662)
Samuel hears news about the passage of the Bill for Conformity (21st March 1662)
Samuel travels to the Wardrobe by boat (21st March 1662)
Elizabeth Pepys dines with Jemima Montagu (21st March 1662)
Samuel dines at the Wardrobe (21st March 1662)
Samuel and Elizabeth talk with Jemima Montagu (21st March 1662)
Samuel walks to Cheapside (21st March 1662)
Samuel calls on Mr Savill to see his miniature (21st March 1662)
Samuel works at home (21st March 1662)
Wayneman Birch catches an 'ague' (21st March 1662)
Saturday 22nd March 1662
Samuel works at the Navy Office (22nd March 1662)
Pepys, Penn and Batten travel to the Lewis by boat (22nd March 1662)
Pepys and others dine aboard the Lewis (22nd March 1662)
Samuel and others return to the Navy Office by boat (22nd March 1662)
Samuel returns home (22nd March 1662)
Sunday 23rd March 1662
Samuel takes delivery of a new livery for Wayneman Birch (23rd March 1662)
Morning service at St. Olaves (23rd March 1662)
William Batten dines with the Pepys (23rd March 1662)
Samuel has to vomit up his oysters (23rd March 1662)
Samuel and Elizabeth travel to Elizabeth Hunt's by coach (23rd March 1662)
Elizabeth Pepys visits Elizabeth Hunt (23rd March 1662)
Samuel goes to Whitehall (23rd March 1662)
Samuel goes to Worcester House (23rd March 1662)
Samuel goes to the Lord Treasurer's office (23rd March 1662)
Samuel receives letters from Lisbon via Henry Isham (23rd March 1662)
Samuel and Elizabeth visit Jemima Montagu (23rd March 1662)
Elizabeth returns home (23rd March 1662)
Samuel calls on George Carteret (23rd March 1662)
Samuel returns home (23rd March 1662)
Monday 24th March 1662
Carteret, Pepys, Penn and Batten visit the Experiment (24th March 1662)
William Penn goes to Deptford to get more hands for the Experiment (24th March 1662)
Carteret, Pepys and Batten dine on board the Experiment (24th March 1662)
The Pepys' old maid Jane visits them at home (24th March 1662)
Elizabeth Pierce visits Elizabeth Pepys at home (24th March 1662)
The Pepys and Elizabeth Pierce travel to Westminster by boat but disembark at the Bear (24th March 1662)
Samuel goes to the Navy Office (24th March 1662)
Samuel goes to the Old Swan (24th March 1662)
Samuel travels to the New Exchange by boat (24th March 1662)
Samuel and Elizabeth travel to Mr. Bowes shop by coach (24th March 1662)
Elizabeth makes a purchase from Mr. Bowes (24th March 1662)
Samuel buys a copy of Graunts 'Natural and Political Observations made upon the Bills of Mortality' (24th March 1662)
Samuel and Elizabeth call at Thomas Pepys (24th March 1662)
Samuel and Elizabeth call at the New Exchange (24th March 1662)
Samuel and Elizabeth return home (24th March 1662)
Samuel visits William Batten at home (24th March 1662)
Samuel sups with William Batten (24th March 1662)
Samuel returns home (24th March 1662)
Tuesday 25th March 1662
Samuel works at the Navy Office (25th March 1662)
Samuel and Elizabeth dine at home (25th March 1662)
Samuel continues work at the Navy Office (25th March 1662)
Penn and Batten work at the Navy Office (25th March 1662)
Samuel receives a copy of an order of the Councils (25th March 1662)
Samuel returns home (25th March 1662)
Wednesday 26th March 1662
Samuel works at the Navy Office (26th March 1662)
Samuel works at the George Carteret's (26th March 1662)
Samuel hosts a large meal (26th March 1662)
Samuel and Elizabeth walk in the gardens at Seething Lane (26th March 1662)
Jane is rehired as the Pepys' maid (26th March 1662)
Thursday 27th March 1662
Samuel travels to Deptford with Carteret, Batten and Penn (27th March 1662)
Samuel and his fellow travellers buy some food for their journey (27th March 1662)
Carteret, Pepys, Penn and Batten pay off the Gurnsey (27th March 1662)
Carteret, Pepys, Penn and Batten dine together (27th March 1662)
George Carteret returns to London (27th March 1662)
Pepys, Penn and Batten continue to pay off the Gurnsey (27th March 1662)
Pepys, Penn and Batten return to London (27th March 1662)
Pepys works at the Navy Office (27th March 1662)
Samuel returns home (27th March 1662)
Friday 28th March 1662
Samuel and Elizabeth dine at home (28th March 1662)
Samuel works at the Navy Office (28th March 1662)
Samuel reads at home (28th March 1662)
Samuel practices his singing (28th March 1662)
Samuel dines at home (28th March 1662)
Saturday 29th March 1662
Samuel works at the Navy Office (29th March 1662)
Samuel dines at the Wardrobe (29th March 1662)
Samuel spends two hours talking with Jemima Montagu. (29th March 1662)
Samuel returns home from the Wardrobe (29th March 1662)
Samuel works on correspondence at the Navy Office (29th March 1662)
Samuel returns home from the Navy Office (29th March 1662)
Service at St. Olaves (30th March 1662)
Afternoon service at St. Olaves (30th March 1662)
Samuel and Elizabeth admire their gardens (30th March 1662)
Margaret Penn sends a gift of a crab to Elizabeth Pepys (30th March 1662)
Samuel and Elizabeth dine at home (30th March 1662)
Pepys, Coventry and others have a meeting at the Navy Office (31st March 1662)
Samuel visits his brother Thomas (31st March 1662)
Samuel dines with Lord Crew (31st March 1662)
Pepys and Crew discuss the Montagus financial difficulty (31st March 1662)
Samuel visits Thomas Crew (31st March 1662)
Samuel and Thomas Crew discuss the behaviour of Ned Montagu (31st March 1662)
A performance of 'The Little Thief' (31st March 1662)
The Pepys and the Penns walk in the gardens (31st March 1662)
The Penns dine with the Pepys (31st March 1662)
1st April 1662
1663
1664
1655
1667
3rd April 1667
3rd December 1668
28th May 1672
6th February 1685
1686
5th November 1688
Death of James Stuart
1701
30th July 1718
3am, Monday 15th July, 1661
7am, Monday 15th July, 1661
8am, Monday 15th July, 1661
9pm, Saturday 20th July 1661
Alexandre St. Michel's residence of his London home
Military action at Algiers
Archibald, butler to Lady Montagu
Bartholomew Fair (play)
Bartholomew Fair (puppet show)
Marriage of William and Elizabeth Batten
Birth of Ann Hyde
Birth of Catherine Montagu (c. 21 August 1661)
Birth of Edward Montagu (Earl of Sandwich) (27th July 1625)
Birth of William Cecil (28th March 1591)
Birth of William Coventry
Brampton Court Session (March 1662)
Marriage of Charles II and Catherine of Braganza
Death of Julian Clarke
Illness of Julian Clarke
Death of Edward Montagu (Earl of Sandwich) (28th May 1672)
Death of George Montagu
Death of John Glascock (c. 30 July 1661)
Death of Lord Hinchingbroke (false report)
Death of Tom Whitton
Death of William Cecil (3rd December 1668)
Death of William Coventry
Doll employed as chambermaid by Elizabeth Pepys
Dorothy, Pepys' Maid
Easter Day
Edward Montagu, Lord Hinchingbrooke
Edward Somerset, Lord Somerset
Emmanuel Luffe, footman to Sir Edward Montagu
Employment of Samuel Pepys by Sir Edward Montagu
Katherine Fenner's illness (c. 29th July 1661)
George Carteret, Treasuerer of the Navy
George Digby, 2nd Earl of Bristol
George Villiers, 2nd Duke of Buckingham
Charles Glascock's illness (c. 29th July 1661)
John Glascock's illness (c. 29th July 1661)
Mrs Hayter's labour (9th August 1661)
Henry Mordaunt, 2nd Earl of Peterborough
Henry Wise, Gardner for Samuel Pepys
James Southerne, Clerk to William Coventry
James Stuart, Duke Of York
James Stuart, Lord High Admiral
John Allen, Clerk of the Ropeyard, Chatham
John Bence, Navy Commissioner
John Crew, Baron of Stene
John Falconer, Clerk of the Ropeyard, Woolwich
John Frederick, Lord Mayor of London
John Tinker, Captain of the Convertine
Joseph Hill, Fellow of Magdelene College Cambridge
Death of William Kite
Lewis Phillips travels from London to Brampton (between 8-13 July 1661)
Birth of Peter Llewellyn
Death of Peter Llewellyn
Madamoiselle Le Blanc, Governess to Jemimah Carteret and Paulina Montague
Marriage of Benjamin Scott and Judith Pepys
Marriage of Daniel Harvey and Elizabeth Montagu
Marriage of Daniel and Mary Milles
Marriage of George Montagu and Elizabeth Irby
Marriage of George and Anna Maria Cocke
Marriage of James Stuart and Ann Hyde
Marriage of John Turner and Jane Pepys
Marriage of Margaret Clarke
Marriage of Mr and Mrs Battersby
Marriage of Nicholas Osborne
Marriage of Robert and Elizabeth Bowyer
Marriage of Thomas and Mary Betterton
Marriage of William Montague and Mary Aubrey
Marriage of William and Mary Rumbold
Martin Beckman works for Sir Edward Montagu
Mary, cook maid for the Pepys
Lord Hinchingbroke's illness (c. 11th August 1661)
Sir Edward Montagu's illness (c. 11th August 1661)
Marriage of Edward and Jemima Montagu
Mr Looker, Gardener to the second Earl of Salisbury.
Mr. Sedgewick, Steward of Gravely Manor
Nell, maid to the Pepys'
Andrew Pearse's illness (c. 9th August 1661)
Elizabeth Pearse's pregnancy (c. 9th August 1661)
Birth of William Penn
Death of William Penn
Robert Pepys's illness (June-July 1661)
Peter Pett, Commissioner of the Navy
Reign of Charles II
Reign of James II of England
Richard Sackville, 5th Earl of Dorset
Robert Barnwell was steward at Hinchingbroke from at least 1655
Robert Holmes' residence of his lodgings at Trinity House
Robert Morris as Upholsterer-extra-ordinary to the Royal Household
Robert Pepys extends Richard Piggot a mortgage
Samuel Cromelholme, High Master of St. Pauls School
Samuel and Elizabeth return home (19th January 1662)
Samuel and Elizabeth take a walk on the 'leads'.
Samuel and John Pepys discuss Robert Pepys' estate with Mr. Phillips (between 8-13 July 1661)
Samuel and others drink at an unamed 'bawdy house'
Samuel meets Ann Mitchell at Westminster Hall (23rd July 1661)
Samuel meets Mr. Looker at the vineyard at Hatfield House (22nd July 1661)
Samuel reads Hobbs' 'Liberty and Necessity'
Samuel returns home (19th January 1662)
Samuel works at the Navy Office (31st October 1661)
Samuel's left hand is swollen due to a sting (c. 20 July 1661)
Samuel, William Penn and William Batten discuss the death of Robert Slingsby
Sarah, Pepys Maid
Sir Edward Hyde, Lord Chancellor
Sir Edward Montagu's journey to Portugal.
Sir Edward Montagu, Earl of Sandwich
Sir John Mennes, Comptroller of the Navy
Sir John Robartes, Lord Privy Seal
Sir Robert Bernard, Lord of the Manor at Brampton
Sir Robert Bernard, Recorder of Huntingdon
Marriage of Robert and Elizabeth Slingsby
Robert Slingsby's fever
The Experiment sails from London to Madeira (24th March 1662)
The destruction of the ??? fleet at Algiers (on or before 1st February 1662)
The sale of Mr Barton's house
Theft of a tankard from Sir William Penn
Thomas Pepys is engaged to Miss Whately
Thomas Turner as General Clerk at the Navy Office
Tom Whitton, Clerk at the Navy Office
Unamed master of St. Paul's School, Master of St. Paul's School
William Cecil, 2nd Earl of Salisbury
William Coventry, Commissioner of the Navy
William Craven, 1st Earl of Craven
William Penn, Admiral
William Pym, tailor to Sir Edward Montague
Henry Moore and Samuel Pepys visit Worcester House (7th December 1661)
Samuel and Henry Moore dine at Wilkinson's (7th December 1661)
Samuel works at the Privy Seal (7th December 1661)
Samuel travels to the Navy Office by boat (7th December 1661)
Samuel works at the Navy Office (7th December 1661)
Captain Holmes discusses business with Samuel Pepys (7th December 1661)
Captain Cox visits Pepys at the Navy Office (7th December 1661)
Samuel writes a letter to his father (7th December 1661)
People (428)
A fellow traveller
A sister of Thomas Fenner
Henry Adams
John Addis
Thomas Agar
Stephen Alcock
Alderman Sir William Turner
John Allen
Thomas Allin
Josias Alsop
An Unnamed Quaker
An unamed attorney friend of Dr Williams
An unamed bookseller (29th August 1661)
An unamed daughter of James and Elizabeth Pearse (4th Septemebr 1661)
John Angier
John Apsley
Betty Archer
Mary Archer
Archibald
William Armiger
Mr. Ashwell
Mary Aubrey
Aunt Wight
Sir George Ayscue
Frank Bagg
John Barber
John Barkstead
Robert Barnwell
Lady Elizabeth Batten
Unamed daughter of Lady Elizabeth Batten
William Batten
Sir William Batten
John Battersby
Mr. Battersby
Mrs. Battersby
Mr. Beard
Francis Beaumont
Martin Beckman
Edith Bell
John Bence
Sir Robert Bernard
William Bernard
Thomas Betterton
Mrs Betty
Jane Birch
Wayneman Birch
William Birch
John Birchensha
Robert Blackborne
Mr. Blenkinsop
Mr. Blurton
James Bollen
Mr. Bostock
Mr. Bowes
John Bowles
Elizabeth Bowyer
Robert Bowyer
William Bowyer
Bradly
Sir Arnold Braems
Richard Braham
Richard Brome
Mrs Browne
Dr. James Buck
Hezekiah Burton
Frances Butler
Unnamed sister of Frances Butler
Captain John Graunt
Sir George Carteret
Jemima Carteret
Thomas Case
Martha Castle
Catherine of Braganza
William Cavendish
William Cecil
Charles Cervington
Mr Chandler
George Chapman
Mr. Chappell
Mr. Chappell (son)
Mrs. Chappell
James Chetwind
William Child
Elias Clarke
Robert Clarke
Hammond Claxton
Mrs Clifford
Anna Maria Cocke
George Cocke
Jack Cole
Captain Henry Cooke
Miles Corbey
Mrs Cordery
Frederick Cornwallis
Richard Country
Mr. William Coventry
Abraham Cowley
John Cox
William Craven
John Creed
Robert Creighton
Anne Crew
Jemima Crew
Jemima Crew
John Crew
Samuel Crew
Sir Thomas Crew
Samuel Cromelholme
George Daking
Sir William Davenant
John Davenport
Elizabeth Dekins
John Dekins
Lady Digby
George Digby (Earl of Bristol)
Colonel Cary Dillon
Doll (Chambermaid)
Dorothy
George Downing
Mr. Dugdale
Mr. East
Samuel Edlin
Monsieur d'Esquire
Robert Ethell
Mr. Evans
William Faithorne
Edward Falconberg
John Falconer
Sir Richard Fanshaw
Hester Fenner
Thomas Fenner
Captain Robert Ferrers
Unnamed Lady of Captain Ferrers
An unamed friend of Robert Ferrers
Edward Field
Sir Heneage Finch
John Fletcher
John Ford
Sir Richard Ford
John Fountaine
John Frederick
Thomas Fuller
Dean William Fuller
Mr. Furbisher
Mr. Gale
Denis Gauden
Henry Glapthorne
Charles Glascock
John Glascock
Henry Godfrey
Mrs. Goldsborough
Theodore Goodgroome
Thomas Gouge
John Greene
John Gregory
Hugo Grotius
Dr Peter Gunning
Lettice Haines
Charles Harbord (Junior)
Charles Harbord
Samuel Hartlib (junior)
Daniel Harvey
John Hawly
Mrs Hayter
Thomas Hayter
Mrs. Hester
Will Hewer
Joseph Hill
Roger Hill
William Hill
Richard Hoare
Thomas Hobbes
Thomas Holliard
Captain Robert Holmes
Mr. Homewood
Colonel Henry Honywood
Michael Honywood
Peter Honywood
Richard Hooker
Mr. Hooper
Unamed son of Lettice Howlett
Elizabeth Hunt
George Hunt
John Hunt
John Hunt (Son)
Ann Hyde
Sir Edward Hyde (Lord Chancellor)
Ianthe
Elizabeth Irby
Captain Henry Isham
Mr Jackson
Paulina Jackson
Thomas Jacombe
James Shirley
Mr. Jefferys
John Webster
Sir Theophilus Jones
Ben Jonson
Anthony Joyce
William Joyce
Sir Thomas Killigrew
Thomas Kinward
Thomas Kipps
Joshua Kirton
Julian Kite
Katherine Kite
Margaret Kite
Margaret Kite
William Kite
Robert Knightly
Johannes Siberius Kuffler
David Lambert
Father-in-law of David Lambert
Wife of David Lambert
John Lambert
Sir George Lane
Lany
Sir John Lawson
Unnamed Daughter of Sir John Lawson
Madamoiselle Le Blanc
John Lewin
Alderman Sir John Lewis
Thomas Lewis
Peter Llewellyn
Mr Looker
Margaret Lowther
Emmanuel Luffe
William Luffe
Humphrey Madge
Richard Marsh
Mary
Edward Massey
John Mennes
Henry Mildmay
Daniel Milles
Mary Milles
Ann Mitchell
Miles Mitchell
William Monson
Catherine Montagu
Edward Montagu (Lord Hinchingbrooke)
Mr Edward Montagu
Sir Edward Montague (Earl of Sandwich)
Elizabeth Montagu
Mr George Montagu
John Montagu
Oliver Montagu
Paulina Montagu
Ralph Montagu
Sidney Montagu
William Montagu
George Montagu (son)
Henry Moore
Henry Mordaunt
Sir G. More
Captain Robert Morris
Mr. Pierce
Mr. Walpole
Mrs. Moore
Mrs. Pepys
Mrs. Shipman
Oliver Naylor
Sir Paul Neile
Nell
Ms Nightingale
George Norbury
Sarah Norbury
Unamed daughter of Sarah Norbury
Joyce Norton
Nurse's Husband
John Okey
Mrs. Osborne
Nicholas Osborne
Unamed child of Nicholas Osborne (22nd December 1661)
Barbara Palmer
Roger Palmer
Francis Pargiter
John Pargiter
Thomas Parry
John Peachell
Andrew Pearse
Andrew Pearse's son-in-law
Elizabeth Pearse
Dr James Pearse
Dr Pearse's brother
George Penn
Sir William Penn
William Penn (son)
Unamed daughter of William Penn (26th December 1661)
Ann Pepys
Charles Pepys
Jane Pepys
John Pepys
Dr. John Pepys
Judith Pepys
Robert Pepys
Roger Pepys
Unnamed brother of Roger Pepys
Samuel Pepys
Samuel Pepys (cousin)
Talbot Pepys senior
Thomas Pepys (uncle)
Thomas Pepys (brother)
Dr Thomas Pepys (cousin)
Dr. Thomas Pepys
Mary Pett
Peter Pett
Lewis Phillips
Edward Pickering
Richard Piggot
Jonas Poole
Mrs Poole
Ms. Porter
William Prior
William Pym
Mrs Ramsey
Daniel Rawlinson
Margaret Rawlinson
Sir William Rider
Sir John Robartes
Roger Morris;Morris, Roger
Mrs. Rooth
William Rowley
Charles Rumbold
Mary Rumbold
William Rumbold
Richard Sackville
Mr Salisbury
Mr Sanchy
Clement Sankey
Sarah (Pepys' maid)
Mr. Savill
Benjamin Scott
Samuel Scott
Mr. Sedgewick
John Selden
Thomas Shadwell
William Shakespeare
Dr. John Simcotes
Mr. Simons
Elizabeth Slingsby
Colonel Robert Slingsby
William Smallwood
Robert Smith
Simon Smythes
John Snow
Edward Somerset
Jack Spicer
John Spong
Alexandre St Michel
Balthasar St Michel
Elizabeth St Michel
Goody Stankes
Will Stankes
John Stoakes
Elizabeth Strudwick
Charles Stuart (Charles II)
Lady Elizabeth Stuart (Queen of Bohemia)
James Stuart
Sir John Suckling
William Swan
Margaret Symons
William Symons
Thomas Taylor
John Taylour
Benjamin Templer
Mrs Terry
John Tinker
Tom Whitton
Thomas Townshend
Unnamed Wife of Thomas Townshend
Unamed Daughter of Thomas Townshend
Daniel Tresswell
Jaspar Trice
Tom Trice
John Turner (Chaplain)
Theophila Turner
Unamed barber (31st December 1661)
An unamed footman
An unamed tanner (22nd February 1662)
An unamed barber (3rd March 1662)
An unamed clerk at the Six Clerks Office
An unamed lady from Wardrobe Court
An unamed lady from Wardrobe Court (2)
Unamed maid of the Pepys'
Unamed maid of the Pepys' (25th December 1661)
Unamed man (4th December 1661)
An unamed gentleman (26th February 1662)
An unamed man (3rd October 1661)
An unamed master of St. Paul's School (23rd December 1661)
An unamed messenger (16th September 1661)
An unamed pewterer (5th March 1662)
An unamed son of Lord Somerset (30th August 1661)
An unamed vendor (24th January 1662)
Unnamed French Guitarist
Unnamed Judge of Court
Unnamed letter-carrier
Henry Vane the younger
George Villiers (2nd Duke of Buckingham)
Mr Vinter
Robert Waith
Sir William Warren
Mr. Washington
Richard Weaver
Miss Whately
Mr Whately
Mrs Whately
Anne Wight
William Wight
William Wilkinson
Dr. John Williams
John William's attorney
Henry Wise
William Wood
Edmund Woodroffe
Sir Henry Wright
Young
John Young
Francesco de Mello
An unamed alderman of the City of London (8th March 1662)
An unamed barber (6th February 1662)
An unamed gentleman (30th September 1661)
An unamed person (4th February 1662)
An unamed 'knight' (6th March 1662) (2/2)
An unamed 'knight' (6th March 1662) (1/2)
Unamed preacher (2nd February 1662)
An unamed third prisoner (27th January 1662)
An unamed woman (11th September 1661)
Places (253)
A Coffee House
Algiers
An inn in Baldwick
An unamed tavern (29th August 1661)
An unnamed alehouse in Gravely
The Anchor
Baldwick
Barkway
Sir William Batten's London house
The Bear, Cambridge
The Bear (Bridge foot)
Place of business of Mr Beard
Bell Yard
The Bell, Maypole
Bigglesworth
John Birchensha's London home
Blackfriars Stairs
Place of business of Mr. Bowes
Robert Bowyer's London house
Cambridge
Castle Hill, Cambridge
Chapel of King's College, Cambridge
The Chappell's London house
Charing Cross
Cheapside
Chelsea
An alehouse in Chelsea
Church of St Mary the Virgin, Baldwich
City of London
Clerkenwell
Mrs. Clifford's London house
Cockpit Theatre
Council Chamber
Covent Garden
William Coventry's Lodgings
The Crane
John Crew's London house (from November 1661)
Thomas Crew's London house (from November 1661)
The Crown
Delft, Holland
Deptford Dockyard
The Devil Tavern
Doctors' Commons
The Dog
The Dolphin
Duke of York's Apartments
East Smithfield
The Exchequer (building)
Exeter House
Place of business of William Faithorne
John Falconer's London home
Thomas Fenner's London house
Fleece Tavern
Sir Richard Ford's house on Seething Lane
Fountain Inn
France
Gardens at or near Seething Lane
Goody Gorham's Alehouse
The Grange (Portugal Row)
Gray's Inn Walks
The Greyhound
The Gridiron
Guinea
The Harvey's London Home
Hatfield
Hatfield House
The vineyard at Hatfield House
Hercules Pillars Tavern
Hertford
Hertfordshire
Hinchingbroke
Hinchingbroke House
Holborn
Holland
Holloway
Robert Holmes' lodgings
The House of Lords (place)
Place of business of George Hunt
Impington
Impington Hall
Impington Hall Orchard
Islington
John Hunt's London home
William Joyce's London house
Julian Clarke and Margaret Kite's London house
King's Apothecary's chambers
A Tavern near the King's Wardrobe
The Kings Closet
The Kings Head (Islington)
Kings Privy Kitchen
Kingsland
Place of business of Joshua Kirton
Robert Knightly's London home
The Leg
Lewis Phillips' Brampton house
Lewis Phillips' Chambers in London
Limehouse
Lincoln's Inn Fields
Lisbon, Portugal
Lodgings of the Vice-Chamberlain
London
London Bridge
Lord Privy Seal's chambers
Lord Treasurer's Office
Ludgate
Unamed tavern in Mark Lane
Captain Richard Marsh's London house
The Mediterranean
The Mitre (Cheapside)
The Mitre (Wood St)
The Montagu's London house
Sir Edward Montagus Lodgings at Westminster
George Montagu's London home
Henry Moore's Chambers
Moorfields
Mother ??? Tavern
Mother Red Cap
Ms Nightingale's Yelling house
Navy Treasury Office (place)
The New Exchange
Newgate Prison
Old George's
Old Swan (Thames St)
The Opera
Andew Pearse's London house
Sir William Penn's London house
John Pepys' London house
Pepys Farm, Brampton
Samuel Pepys' house in Seething Lane
Thomas Pepys' (brother) London home
Thomas Pepys' house near St Martins Lane
Pope's Head Tavern
Pope's Head Tavern (Chancery Lane)
Portholme
Portugal
Post Office
Puckeridge
Puddle Dock
Place of business of William Pym
The Red Lion
The Ringo Alehouse
Ringstead's
Sir John Robartes' Chelsea house
Rose Tavern, Cambridge
Rye
St. James Park
Salisbury Arms
Salisbury Court Playhouse
The Sampson, St Paul's Churchyard
The Saracen's Head
Place of business of Mr. Savill
The Savoy
A tavern next to the Savoy
Isles of Scilly
Benjamin Scott's London house
The garden of Pepy's home on Seething Lane
The Ship, Temple Bar
An alehouse in Shoe Lane
Sir George Carteret's London home
Six Clerks Office
Colonel Robert Slingsby's London house
Smithfield
Southwark
Spital Square
St Andrew's Church, Impington
St Olave Church, London
St. Brides
St. Clements Eastcheap
St. Dunstan's Church
St. Gregorys By St. Pauls
St. James Palace
Alexandre St. Michel's London home
St. Paul's Cathedral
St. Paul's Churchyard
Standing's
Stanton
The Steelyard
Stepney
Stevenage
Stoke Newington
The Sun (Fish Street)
The Sun
The Swan (New Palace Yard)
The Swan (Westminster)
Tangier
The Temple
The Downs
The Dukedom of Ragusa
The Neate Houses
Theatre Royal
The Three Tuns
Tower Hill
Tower Stairs
The Tower of London
Lodgings of Daniel Tresswell (23rd October 1661)
Tom Trice's London house
Trinity House, Deptford
John Turner's London house
Place of business of William Turner
Unamed Coffee House (2nd January 1662)
An unamed alehouse (6th September 1661)
Unamed alehouse at Moorfields (11th December 1661)
An unamed ale-house in Graveley
Unamed alehouse in Moorefields (26th December 1661)
An unamed alehouse (31st October 1661)
An unamed cookshop in Bishopsgate Street (2nd October 1661)
An unamed dancing school (11th November 1661)
An unamed gaming house (11th November 1661)
Unamed inn at Welwyn (23rd September 1661)
An unamed inn (9th December 1661)
Unamed location (1st January 1662)
Unamed place in London (2nd December 1661)
An unamed shop on Pope's Head Alley (24th January 1662)
An unamed shop in Wood Street
Unamed stationer's shop (1st January 1662)
An unamed tavern (2nd October 1661)
Unamed tavern (20th December 1661)
An unamed tavern (25th September 1661)
An unamed theatre in Drury Lane (30th August 1661)
An unknown street location in London (18th November 1661)
Unnamed alehouse near Dr William's house
Unnamed alehouse near Samuel's uncle Fenner's house
An unknown bookbinder's
Unnamed cookshop
Unnamed tavern
Victualling Office
Chambers of Mr. Walpole
Walthamstow
Wardrobe Court
The Wardrobe (Puddle Dock)
Ware
Welwyn
West Smithfield
Westminster
Westminster Abbey
Westminster Hall
Westminster Stairs
Whitehall
Whitehall Chapel
Whitehall Palace
The Wights' London house
Dr John Williams' London house
Woolwich
Worcester House
Sir Henry Wright's London house
Yelling
York House
An unamed Coffee House (25th February 1662)
An unamed cookshop (17th October 1661)
An unamed tavern (31st August 1661)
An unamed tavern (31st August 1661) (2)
An unamed tavern near the Theatre Royal (5th February 1662)
An unamed tavern near the House of Lords (21st March 1662)
Other Subjects (730)
'A copy of John Graunt's 'Natural and Political Observations made upon the Bills of Mortality' (24th March 1662)
10 chaldron of coal
100l.
A fast day in rememberence of the execution of Charles I (30th January 1662)
Imprisonment of the Sackvilles, Belasyses and Thomas Wentworth on a charge of murder (22nd February 1662)
Arrest of John Apsley on counterfeiting charges (8th March 1662)
Arrest of Mr. Blenkinsop on counterfeiting charges (8th March 1662)
Arrest of Okey, Corby, and Barkstead in Delft (12th March 1662)
Barkstead, Okey and Corbet are imprisoned in the Tower (16th March 1662)
A 'fair chest of drawers'
A 'hanging shelf' (furniture)
A 'poore's-box'
A Book
A Change in Health
A Group of People
A Historie of Holy War
A King and No King
A Loan Repayment
A Painting
A bauble for Jemima Carteret
A bauble for Mlle Le Blanc
A bauble for Paulina Montague
A bill against Tom Trice issued by Samuel Pepys
A bond of Ann Pepys for 200
A brass square
A copy of William Camden's 'Britannica'
A copy of an order for boats to be made
A cup and spoon
A deputation sent by the Duke of York (22nd October 1661)
A letter from John Pepys to Samuel (received 1st July 1661)
A letter from Samuel Pepys to Sir Edward Montagu (written 2nd July 1661)
A letter from the Duke of York to Samuel Pepys (rec. 29th June 1661)
A livery for Wayneman Birch
A pair of boots
A pair of stands (furniture)
A portrait of Elizabeth Pepys by Mr. Savill
A portrait of Samuel Pepys by Mr. Savill
A poultice of bran and vinegar
A riding coat
A side-saddle
A strange creature from Guinea
A writ issued by Tom Trice against John Pepys
Accused (of crime)
Accuser (of crime)
Actor
Addle Hill
Adherent
Admiral
Alcoholic Beverage
Ale
Ambassador
An Indian gown
An injunction against Tom Trice
An invitation to dinner from William Wight
Anchovies
Andrew Pearse's residency of his London house
Anne
Apothecary
Appears In
Applied By
Argalus and Parthenia
An Argument
An Arrest
Assizes
Attorney
Audience
Bacon
Bailie at Brampton for John and Samuel Pepys
Barber
Baron of Stene
Bauble
Beef
Beggar's Bush
Henry Belasyse
John Belasyse
Marriage of Robert and Elizabeth Bernard
Bezan
Bill for Conformity
A Bill presented before Parliament
Birth
Bishopsgate Street
Bloat Herrings
Boat
Bookseller
Born
Borrowed Item
Borrower
Borrowing
Bounded Area
Bounded By
Brampton
Brawn
Bread
Brennoralt, or The discontented colonel
Bridge Street
Building
Business of William Penn's that involves Ireland
Bussy D'Ambois
Butler to Lady Jemima Montagu
Cake
Cambridge Assizes
Canary Wine
Cannon Row
Captain of the Convertine
Carp
Cathedral
Catherine
Cause
Cause of death
Cause/Result
Chambermaid
Chancery Lane
Character
Charles II's charter to the East India Company
Charles Sackville's account of the murder of the tanner
Chastised
Chastisement
Chastiser
Cheese
Child
China Ale
Chine of Beef
Chorister
Christ College, Cambridge
Christ's Hospital
Christening
Church
Church Service
The Church of England
Church of St James-the-Less, Clerkenwell
City
City Gate
Claracilla
Marriage of Elias and Julian Clarke
Clerk at the Navy Office
Clerk of the Ropeyard, Chatham
Clerk of the Ropeyard, Woolwich
Clerk to William Coventry
Coach
Cod
Coffee House
Commissioner of the Navy
Company of Performers
Composer
Composer/Composed By
Composition (as a subject)
Comptroller of the Navy
Conferer of Office
Conflict
Consumed
Containee
Container
Contextual mention
Cookshop
Cornhill
Correspondence event
Correspondence item
Country
County
Courier
The Royal Court
A Court Session
Crab
Created By
Created Thing
Creator
Creature
A Crime
Criminal
Criminal Charge
Cutter of Coleman Street
Daniel Harvey's residency of his London home
Date
Date and Time
Date/Time of occurrence
Death
Delivered item
A Delivery
Description
Diary Entry
Diner
A Discussion
Disease
Display
Dockyard
Doctor
Doctor/Patient
Doing work
Dr John Williams' residency of his London house
Drinker
Drinking
Drury Lane
Duke of Buckingham
Duke of York
During event
Earl of Bristol
Earl of Dorset
Earl of Peterborough
Earl of Salisbury
Earl of Sandwich
East Border
Elder Brother
Elizabeth Harvey's residency of her London home
Elizabeth Hunt's residency of her London home
Employee
Employer
Employment
En Route To
Encompassed Event
Encompassing Event
Ends During
Ends On Or After
Ends On Or Before
An Engagement
Event
Event Composition
Event End
Event Has Subject
Event Location
Event Occurs
Event Participation
Event Start
The Exchequer (institution)
Dr. William Fairbrother
A Fast
Father's Own Son
Fellmonger
Fellow
Female tumblers (5th September 1661)
Fenchurch Street
Fiance
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Fleet Street
Foodstuff
Footman to Sir Edward Montagu
Fore Street
Friend
Friend Of
Fuller's 'England's Worthys'
Funeral
A Game
Gaol
Garden
Gardener at Hatfield House
Gardener for Samuel Pepys
General Clerk at the Navy Office
George Carteret's residency of his London home
George Montagu's residency of his London home
Gherkins
Gift
A Gift
Giver
Governess to the Montagues' daughters
Governor of Tangier
Grapes
Gravely
Gravely Manor
Manorial court at Graveley
Gray's Inn
Gray's Inn Lane
Great Carter Lane
Great Knightrider Street
Gregorian calendar date
Grounds
Grounds Of
Group of People
Guest
Guitar
Haemorrhoids
Ham
Hamlet
Hamlet, Prince of Denmark
Hart Street
Has Occupation
Has responsibility for
Marriage of Thomas Hayter
Henry Mordaunt, Govener of Tangier
Hierarchical relation type
High Master of St. Paul's School
Hired
Hirer
Hiring Something
Holder of office
Holding of an Office
Copy of Richard Hooker's 'Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity'
Horse
A mare hired for Elizabeth Pepys (17th September 1661)
Horseback
Host
House of Commons
House of Lords
The House of Lords (institution)
Richard Howell
A Hunt
Huntingdon
Sir Edward Hyde's Residency of Worcester House
An Illness
Imprisoned
Imprisonment
Informant
Injured
Injury
An Injury (Event)
Inn
Inn of Court
Institution
Instrument
Interlocutor
Is Related To
Is Rendition Of
Italian acrobats (5th September 1661)
Item
Item of Clothing
Jean Channoveau's Company
John Angier's Cambridge home
John Angier's residency of his home in Cambridge
John Birchensha's residence of his London home
John Crew's residencey of his London house
John Falconer's residency of his London home
John Hunt's residency of his London home
John Pepys' residency of his London house
Journey
The jovial crew, or The merry beggars
Julian Kite's residency of her London house
Julian eclesiastical date
King Street
King's College, Cambridge
The King's Great Wardrobe
Marriage of William and Julian Kite
Marriage of John and Margaret Pepys
A Labour
Law (as a subject)
Lawyer
Lease of lands at Sturtlow
A Legal Transaction
Legal advice from John Fountaine
Lender
A Lesson
Letter
Letter from Samuel to Sir Edward Montagu (30th July 1661)
Letter from Samuel to his father (25th July 1661)
Letter from Samuel to his father (27th July 1661)
Letter from Samuel to his father (30th July 1661)
Letter-Carrier
Lewis Phillip's residency of his Brampton house
Ling
Loan
A Loan
Loan from Batten to Pepys
Lobster
Located In
Located Near
Located on
Lord Chancellor
Lord High Admiral
Lord Hinchingbrooke
Lord Mayor of London
Lord Privy Seal
Lord of the Manor at Brampton
Love Lies Bleeding
Love and Honour
Love at First Sight
Lover
Lover Of
Mr. Lucas
Ludgate Hill
Ludgate-Street
Magdelene College, Cambridge
Maid to Samuel and Elizabeth Pepys
Maid to William Joyce
Maid to the Pepys'
Maiden Name
Man
A map of Tangiers (28th February 1662)
Mare clausum
Mare liberum
Margaret Kite's residency of her London house
Maritime Law (as a subject)
Mark Lane
Marquess of Worcester
Marriage
Marriage of Daniel and Margaret Rawlinson
Marriage of Henry and Anne Wright
Marriage of James and Elizabeth Pearse
Marriage of John and Jemima Crew
Marriage of Miles and Ann Mitchell
Marriage of Peter and Mary Pett
Marriage of Roger and Barbara Palmer
Marriage of Thomas Fenner and Katherine Kite
Marriage of Thomas and Hester Fenner
Married To
Marrowbones
Mr Marsh
Mrs. Marsh
Master
Master of St. Paul's School
A Meal
Medication
A Medication Event
Meeting
Melons
Mention
Mentioned
Merchant
Method
Method of Travel
Midwife
Military Action
Mince Pies
Minister
Modern Name
Monarch Of England
Three unidentified of Jemima and Edward Montagu's children
Lady Anne Montague
Morning Draught
Mourner
Mr. and Mrs. Chappell's residency of their London house
Mrs. Clifford's residency of her London house
Ms Nightingale's residency of her London house
Mulled Ale
A Murder
Music (as a subject)
Musician
Mutton
Mutton Pie
Name after second marriage
Natural and Political Observations made upon the Bills of Mortality (Graunt, John)
The Navy Office
Navy Office (Organisation)
Neat's Tongue
New Palace Yard
Newgate Street
News
Nickname
North Border
The Norwich
Note
Occupation
Of Libertie and Necessitie
Of The Laws Of Ecclesiastical Polity
Office
Office Held
Office Is Part Of Organisation
Office furniture (3rd September 1661)
Offord
The Old Jewry
Old Palace Yard
Opera
Order to fast on 15th January 1662
Organisation
Originally From
Orpheus and Eurydice (play)
Oysters
Painter
Parent
Parent/Child
Park
Parliament
A vote in Parliament
Participant
Paternoster Row
Patient
Payer
A Payment
Marriage of Robert and Ann Pepys
John Pepys (brother)
The Pepys' land in Gravely
Marriage to Elizabeth
A Performance Event
Performed Work
Performer
Period of Residence
Person
Pickled Oysters
Picture frames
Play
Player
Playwright
Politics (as a subject)
Poor John
Pope's Head Alley
Pork
Portrait Sitting
Portrait Subject
Portraits of Samuel and Elizabeth Pepys
Portugal Row
Possession
Possession Of
Possessor
Poultice
Practised
Practises Religion
Prawns
A Pregnancy
Presbyterianism
Presiding Court
Priest
Primate
Print Seller
Prior's Rheinish wine house
Prison
The Privy Seal Office
Proprietor
Puddle Dock Hill
Pullet
Pupil
Puppet Show
A Purchase
Purchase Price
Purchased Thing
Purchaser
Purser
Reader
Reading
Recipient
Recipient address
Recorder of Huntingdon
A Recreation
Region
Relative
Religion
Religion (as a subject)
Repaired Item
Repairer
A Repair
Resident
Responsibility
Responsible entity
Result
Richard Ford's residency of his Seething Lane house
Richard Marsh's residency of his London house
Sir John Robartes residency of his Chelsea house
Robert Bowyer's residency of his London house
Robert Knightly's residency of his London home
Robert Pepys' papers
Robert Slingsby's residency of his London house
Romeo And Juliet
Route
Route End
Route Start
Route Taken
The Royal Exchange
Royal Navy
Rule a Wife and Have a Wife
Run by
Sack
Charles Sackville
Edward Sackville
St Bennets Hill
Salisbury Court
Salmon
Sargeant-at-law
Sausages
Scene (of crime)
Scissors
Seafood/Fish
Seething Lane
The Seige Of Rhodes (Second Part)
Sender
Sender address
Service event
Service object
Service provider
Service recipient
Sherry
Ship
Shoe Lane
Shorter Oxford English Dictionary, Fifth Edition
Sibling
Sibling Of
Singing
Sir Edward Montagu's residency of his London lodgings
Sir Henry Wright's residency of his London house
Sir Nicholas Crisp's plans for the building of a sasse at Deptford
Sir Robert Bernard, Sargeant-at-law
Sir Thomas Killigrew's Theatre Company
Sir William Batten's residency of his London house
Sir William Davenant's Opera Company
Sir William Penn's residency of his London house
Six silver spoons
Sleeper
Sleeping
Smallpox
Society of Friends
Soldier
'Some Exchequer men'
Thomas Somerset
Sort
Sounds
South Border
James Southerne
Spotted Fever
Spouse
St Martin's Lane
Stage actor
Marriage of Will and Joan Stanges
Start During
Start On Or After
Start On Or Before
Steward of Gravely Manor
Steward of Hinchingbroke
Sturbridge
Sturtlow
Subclass
Subject
Subordinate role type
Superclass
Superclass/Subclass
Superordinate role type
Surgeon
Tailor
Tailor to Sir Edward Montague
Tanner
Tansy
Tavern
Teacher
A Text
Thames Street
The Alchemist
The Antipodes
The Bondman
The Chances
The Convertine
The Country Captain
The Diary of Samuel Pepys - Volume II 1661, R.C. Latham & W. Matthews ed.
The Dukes of Genoa
The Experiment
The Law Against Lovers
The Lewis
The Little Thief
The Mad Lover
The Maid in the Mill
The Merry Wives of Windsor
The Mewes
The Montagu's residency of their London house
The Old Bailey
The Pepys cousins' residency of Impington Hall
The Pepys' residency of their Seething Lane house
The Scott's residence of their London house
The Sessions
The Spanish Curate
The Strand
The Traytor
The Turner's residency of their London house
The White Devil
The Wights' residency of their London house
The christened
The deceased
The estate of Julian Clarke
The estate of Robert Pepys
The merry devil of Edmunton
The mortgage owed by Richard Piggot to Robert Pepys
Theatre
A Theft
Theoboro
A copy of Stephanus' 'Thesaurus Graecae linguae'
Thief
Thomas Crew's residencey of his London house
Thomas Fenner's residency of his London house
Thomas Pepys' residency of his London home
Thomas Pepys' residency of his uncle's St Martins Lane house
Thoroughfare
Threadneedle Street
Timber Merchant
'Tis Pity She's A Whore
Tom Trice's residency of his London house
Tower Street
Marriage of Thomas Townshend
Traveller
Travelling
Treasurer of the Navy
Trinity Hall, Cambridge
Turner
Betty Turner
Elizabeth Turner
Marriage of Thomas and Elizabeth Turner
Thomas Turner
Twelfth Night
Unamed group of Watermen (7th December 1661)
Unamed husband of Margaret Clarke
Unamed musicians (22nd November 1661)
Upholsterer-extra-ordinary to the Royal Household
Value
Veal
Vellum 'covers'
Vendor
Venison Pasty
Vere Street
Via
Victim (of crime)
Visited
A Visit
Visitor
Voice
Walking
Wassail singers (26th December 1661)
Water Craft
Weaver
Web site
Wentworth Street
Thomas Wentworth
West Border
Marriage of William and Mary Wight
William Coventry's residency in Old Palace Yard
William Joyce's residency of his London house
Wine
Wine House
Witness
The Wits
Woman
The woman's prize, or The tamer tamed
Wood Street
Woollen stockings
Work
Worker
Wormwood Ale
Writer
Writer/Written By
Yacht
A belt (bought 28th October 1661)
A bracelet (2nd September 1661)
A chest (10th September 1661)
A group of joiners (7th February 1662)
Unamed ships being fitted for the Navy (18th March 1662)
Unamed workmen (20th January 1662)
Unamed workmen (8th February 1662)
Unamed workmen (14th February 1662)
Unamed Workmen (14th March 1662)
100 borrowed by Samuel Pepys from Mr. Battersby
50 borrowed by Samuel Pepys from Mr. Battersby