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" I went forth, and walked towards Moorefields to see, God forgive my presumption ! whether I could see any dead corpse going to the grave; but, as God would have it, did not. But, Lord ! how every body's looks, and discourse in the street, is of death,... "
Diary of Samuel Pepys: F. R. S., Secretary to the Admiralty Inthe Reigns of ... - Página 622
de Samuel Pepys, John Smith - 1906
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volumen 66

1849
...any dead corpse going to the grave, but, as God would have it, did not. But, Lord! how everybody's looks and discourse in the street is of death, and...people going up and down, that the town is like a place deserted and forsaken. . . . &th Sept. — To London, to pack up more things ; and there I saw fires...
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Half-hours with the best authors, selected by C. Knight, Volumen 1

Half hours - 1847
...clerk, who, upon my asking how the plague goes, told me it increases much, and much in our parish. 31st. Up, and after putting several things in order to my removal to Woolwich, the plague having a great increase this week, beyond all expectation, of almost 2,000, making the general bill 7,000, odd 100...
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Diary and correspondence of Samuel Pepys, with a life and notes ..., Volumen 3

Samuel [collections] Pepys - 1848
...Abroad, and met with Hadley, our clerke, who, upon my asking how the plague goes, told me it enT creases much, and much in our parish; for, says he, there...the town is like a place distressed and forsaken. 31st. Up: and, after putting several things in order to my removal, to Woolwich; the plague having...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volumen 66

1849
...any dead corpse going to the grave, but, as God would have it, did not. But, Lord ! how everybody's looks and discourse in the street is of death, and...people going up and down that the town is like a place deserted and forsaken. . . . 6th Sept. — To London to pack up more things ; and there I saw fires...
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The Edinburgh monthly magazine [afterw.] Blackwood's Edinburgh ..., Volumen 66

1849
...any dead corpse going to the grave, but, as God would have it, did not. But, Lord! how everybody's looks and discourse in the street is of death, and nothing else ! and few people going tip and down, that the town is like a place deserted and forsaken. . . . UiA Sept. — To London, to...
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Diary and Correspondence of Samuel Pepys, F.R.S.: Secretary to ..., Volumen 2

1854
...in Greenwich, and Woolwich, and Deptford, where in every place it begins to grow very great. 30th. Abroad, and met with Hadley, our clerke, who, upon...the town is like a place distressed and forsaken. 31st. Up : and, after putting several things in order to my removal, to Woolwich; the plague having...
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Christmas drift

Eclectic literary club - 1862
..." how everybody'looks, and the concourse in the street is of death, and nothing else ; and so fe.v people going up and down, that the town is like a place distressed and forsaken." Next year the street shall be lined with the flames of the Great Fire, and many a noble mansion be...
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Diary and Correspondence of Samuel Pepys ...: The Diary ..., Volumen 3

Samuel Pepys - 1866
...forth, and walked towards Moorefields to see, God forgive my presumption ! whether I could see aiiy dead corpse going to the grave ; but, as God would...the town is like a place distressed and forsaken. 31st. Up : and, after putting several things in order to my removal, to Woolwich ; the plague having...
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John Heywood's supplementary Manchester readers. The historic reader ...

John Heywood (ltd.) - 1872
...who, upon my asking how the plague goes, told- me it increases much, and much in our parish. 31s<. Up, and after putting several things in order to my removal to Woolwich, the plague having a great increase this week, beyond all expectation, of almost 2,000, making the general bill 7,000 odd 100,...
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The School board readers. Standard i(iii-vi), ed. by a former H.M ..., Volumen 6

School board readers - 1872
...city again, wishing I may have taken no ill in going; but I will go, I think, no more thither. 31st. Up, and after putting several things in order to my removal to Woolwich, the p'ague having a great increase this week, beyond all expectation, of almost 2,000, making the general...
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