Samuel Pepys

Samuel Pepys: Selected full-text books and articles

Samuel Pepys By Arthur Ponsonby The Macmillan Company, 1928
The Letters of Samuel Pepys and His Family Circle By Helen Truesdell Heath Clarendon Press, 1955
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The Soul of Samuel Pepys By Gamaliel Bradford Houghton Mifflin Company, 1924
Samuel Pepys in the Diary By Percival Hunt University of Pittsburgh Press, 1958
Further Correspondence of Samuel Pepys, 1662-1679: From the Family Papers in the Possession of J. Pepys Cockerell By J. R. Tanner; Samuel Pepys G. Bell and Sons, 1929
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A Pepysian Garland: Black-Letter Broadside Ballads of the Years 1595-1639, Chiefly from the Collection of Samuel Pepys By Hyder E. Rollins University Press, 1922
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English Diarists: Evelyn and Pepys By Margaret Willy Longmans, Green, 1963
A Literary History of England By Albert C. Baugh Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1948
Librarian's tip: "Pepys Diary" begins on p. 780
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