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  • Diary and Correspondence of Samuel Pepys, Esq., F. R. S. from His Ms. Cypher in the Pepysian Library

    By Samuel Pepys

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    • Published: January 2009
  • Diary and Correspondence of Samuel Pepys, Esq., F.r.s.

    By Samuel Pepys

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    • Published: October 2008
  • Diary of Samuel Pepys, Volume VI: 1665

    By Samuel Pepys

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    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9780004990262
    • Publisher: University of California Press
    • Published: December 1995
  • Pepys on the Restoration Stage

    By Samuel Pepys

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    • Format: Hardcover
    • ISBN-13: 9781104286224
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    • Published: April 2009
  • The Diary of Samuel Pepys

    By Samuel Pepys

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    • ISBN-13: 9780007105304
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  • The Diary of Samuel Pepys

    By Samuel Pepys

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    • ISBN-13: 9780554549774
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    • Published: August 2008
  • The Diary of Samuel Pepys 1660

    By Samuel Pepys

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    • ISBN-13: 9781847029638
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    • Published: May 2006
  • The Diary Of Samuel Pepys Volume IX - Index

    By Samuel Pepys

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    • Format: Hardcover
    • ISBN-13: 9789112436815
    • Publisher: George Bell & Sons
    • Published: 1899
    8vo. This volume only. Half leather. A little wear to head of spine. Some rubbing to extremeties of covers. Good.
  • The Diary of Samuel Pepys, Volume III: 1662

    By Samuel Pepys

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    • ISBN-13: 9780520225817
    • Publisher: HarperCollins / University of California Press
    • Published: July 2000
    Samuel Pepys is as much a paragon of literature as Chaucer and Shakespeare. His Diary is one of the principal sources for many aspects of the history of its period. In spite of its significance, all previous editions were inadequately edited and suffered from a number of omissions--until Robert Latham and William Matthews went back to the 300-year-old original manuscript and deciphered each passage and phrase, no matter how obscure or indiscreet.The Diary deals with some of the most dramatic events in English history. Pepys witnessed the London Fire, the Great Plague, the Restoration of Charles II, and the Dutch Wars. He was a patron of the arts, having himself composed many delightful songs and participated in the artistic life of London. His flair for gossip and detail reveals a portrait of the times that rivals the most swashbuckling and romantic historical novels. In none of the earlier versions was there a reliable, full text, with commentary and notation with any claim to completeness. This edition, first published in 1970, is the first in which the entire diary is printed with systematic comment. This is the only complete edition available; it is as close to Pepys's original as possible.
  • The Diary of Samuel Pepys, Volume IV: 1663

    By Samuel Pepys

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    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9780520226944
    • Publisher: HarperCollins / University of California Press
    • Published: September 2000
    Samuel Pepys is as much a paragon of literature as Chaucer and Shakespeare. His Diary is one of the principal sources for many aspects of the history of its period. In spite of its significance, all previous editions were inadequately edited and suffered from a number of omissions--until Robert Latham and William Matthews went back to the 300-year-old original manuscript and deciphered each passage and phrase, no matter how obscure or indiscreet.The Diary deals with some of the most dramatic events in English history. Pepys witnessed the London Fire, the Great Plague, the Restoration of Charles II, and the Dutch Wars. He was a patron of the arts, having himself composed many delightful songs and participated in the artistic life of London. His flair for gossip and detail reveals a portrait of the times that rivals the most swashbuckling and romantic historical novels. In none of the earlier versions was there a reliable, full text, with commentary and notation with any claim to completeness. This edition, first published in 1970, is the first in which the entire diary is printed with systematic comment. This is the only complete edition available; it is as close to Pepys's original as possible.
  • The Diary of Samuel Pepys, Volume V: 1664

    By Samuel Pepys

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    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9780520226968
    • Publisher: HarperCollins / University of California Press
    • Published: September 2000
    Samuel Pepys is as much a paragon of literature as Chaucer and Shakespeare. His Diary is one of the principal sources for many aspects of the history of its period. In spite of its significance, all previous editions were inadequately edited and suffered from a number of omissions--until Robert Latham and William Matthews went back to the 300-year-old original manuscript and deciphered each passage and phrase, no matter how obscure or indiscreet.The Diary deals with some of the most dramatic events in English history. Pepys witnessed the London Fire, the Great Plague, the Restoration of Charles II, and the Dutch Wars. He was a patron of the arts, having himself composed many delightful songs and participated in the artistic life of London. His flair for gossip and detail reveals a portrait of the times that rivals the most swashbuckling and romantic historical novels. In none of the earlier versions was there a reliable, full text, with commentary and notation with any claim to completeness. This edition, first published in 1970, is the first in which the entire diary is printed with systematic comment. This is the only complete edition available; it is as close to Pepys's original as possible.
  • The Diary of Samuel Pepys, Volume VII: 1666

    By Samuel Pepys

    Our Price: $33.95
    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9780520226982
    • Publisher: HarperCollins / University of California Press
    • Published: September 2000
    Samuel Pepys is as much a paragon of literature as Chaucer and Shakespeare. His Diary is one of the principal sources for many aspects of the history of its period. In spite of its significance, all previous editions were inadequately edited and suffered from a number of omissions--until Robert Latham and William Matthews went back to the 300-year-old original manuscript and deciphered each passage and phrase, no matter how obscure or indiscreet.The Diary deals with some of the most dramatic events in English history. Pepys witnessed the London Fire, the Great Plague, the Restoration of Charles II, and the Dutch Wars. He was a patron of the arts, having himself composed many delightful songs and participated in the artistic life of London. His flair for gossip and detail reveals a portrait of the times that rivals the most swashbuckling and romantic historical novels. In none of the earlier versions was there a reliable, full text, with commentary and notation with any claim to completeness. This edition, first published in 1970, is the first in which the entire diary is printed with systematic comment. This is the only complete edition available; it is as close to Pepys's original as possible.
  • The Diary of Samuel Pepys, Volume XI: Index

    By Samuel Pepys

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    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9780004990316
    • Publisher: University of California Press
    • Published: November 2000
    Samuel Pepys was born in London in 1633, the son of a tailor. He was educated at St Paul's School, London, and magdalene College, Cambridge. In 1655 he married, and the following year he entered the household of his cousin Admiral Edward Montagu. In 1660 he begun writing his Diary. With his unquenchable joy in life and his endless curiosity, Pepys gave a vivid first-hand account of the 1660's - the colourful years of the Restoration, the Plague and the Great Fire of London - interwoven with a richly diverting record of his eventful private and domestic life. After just ten years, in May 1669, he closed his Diary, never realizing the historical and literary importance it would attain.Samuel Pepys's diary was first published in abbreviated form in 1825, over a century after his death in 1703. A succession of new versions brought out in the Victorian era made Pepys one of the best known figures of English history. However, not until the publication of the Latham and Matthews edition was the diary presented in its complete form, with a newly transcribed text and the benefit of a systematic commentary. The text of the Diary is in nine volumes, followed by a Companion and an index. The edition has just become established as the definitive version, hailed by'The Times' as 'one of the glories of contemporary English publishing' and by C.P. Snow as 'a triumph of modern scholarship.'"A memorial fit for our greatest diarist" SPECTATOR
  • The Diary of Samuel Pepys: 1660 (Diary of Samuel Pepys, Vol 1)

    By Samuel Pepys

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    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9780004990217
    • Publisher: Harpercollins
    • Published: December 1995
    The entire diary is presented with historical and literary interpretation

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