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Pepys

Samuel. 1633--1703, English diarist and naval administrator. His diary, which covers the period 1660--69, is a vivid account of London life through such disasters as the Great Plague, the Fire of London, and the intrusion of the Dutch fleet up the Thames
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Lives in a shared house and decorates rich homes Ahmed Adeel Akhtar Local newsagent has a wife, kids, bossy mother and wayward brother Mary Lesley Sharpe Grew up on Pepys Road but wants to cash in on house prices Petunia Gemma Jones Life-long resident of the street who is bewildered by her new neighbours Arabella Rachael Stirling Married to Roger, and the frustrated mother of two unruly sons Roger Toby Jones Greedy city banker who's anticipating a big cash bonus
Searching for 'Samuel Pepys Timeline' instantly presented me with a summary of the key events of his life, starting with his birth in 1633.
For a diarist, Pepys had the great advantage of living in interesting times, and his position as secretary to the Navy Board gave him an excellent vantage point from which to observe events.
La pinacoteca de Clarendon lleva a Evelyn a volver sobre la cuestion de los retratos en la libreria de su amigo Pepys, a mencionar la excelencia de los maestros del genero en la pintura del siglo XVII, Van Dyck y Lely, y a sugerir, a partir del problema de los precios que las obras de esos grandes han alcanzado, la compra de grabados con bustos y efigies y la formacion de una iconografia completa de la biblioteca.
Pepys did not run the Navy almost single-handed - there were plenty with their fingers in that particular money pot and corruption was rife.
Robert Louis Stevenson saw Pepys as an "unparalleled figure in the annals of mankind" for three reasons:
255) without exploring the wider social implications or possible cultural meanings of this process for Pepys and his contemporaries.
Pepys and his colleagues plan to begin testing the drug on Alzheimer's patients soon.
Lesassier's journals will not be mistaken for another Pepys.
Liuzzo G, Biasucci LM, Gallimore JR, Grillo RL, Rebuzzi AG, Pepys MB, et al.
Prick tests were first described by Lewis and Grant in 1926, [10] and they were popularized by Pepys in the 1970s.
Sir William Paxton, an eighteenth-century merchant venturer, built a fine house (by Samuel Pepys Cockerell) and made a nearly 600 acre landscaped park in the gentle curves of the Taff valley near Carmarthen.