We have previously mentioned Pepys' allusions to women and wigs in 1666.
With Knollys and Sandys we may put Pepys, for the existence of the dims.
Its success was instantaneous, though neither the Puritans nor Mr. Pepys could quite see the joke.
Mr. Pepys would find boats there now if he visited the spot.
Compared with it, the diaries of Defoe and Pepys would pale and be flavourless.
There are many allusions to him in the Diaries of Pepys and Evelyn.
In odd moments, Pepys applied himself to his wife's education.
And so home, as Pepys would have said, to breakfast, feeling depressed.
And this tradition has to be reconciled with the other and widely different tradition associated with the Pepys of the Diary.
Victoria at last, thank goodness, 'and so to bed,' as Pepys says.