A view of the civile and ecclesiasticall law

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A view of the civile and ecclesiasticall law

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"after dinner I and my boy down by water to Redriffe; and thence walked to Mr Evelin"s, where I walked in his garden till he came from church, with great pleasure reading Ridlys discourse all my way going and coming, upon the Civill and Ecclesiastical Law.... Thence walked back again, reading; and so took water and home"

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The diary of Samuel Pepys
Related place
England
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A view of the civile and ecclesiasticall law

Reading experience
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Accessed on 2020/09/21 04:52:44

Related place
England
Related people
Pepys, Samuel
Related text or manuscript
The diary of Samuel Pepys
Related place
England
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