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Pepys and the River Thames.

Rawson, Christopher.

Pepys and the River Thames.

by Rawson, Christopher.

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Published by [s.n.] in [London] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pepys, Samuel, -- 1633-1703.

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination5p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19777690M

    The River Thames (/ ˈ t ɛ m z / TEMZ), known alternatively in parts as the Isis, is a river that flows through southern England including miles ( km), it is the longest river entirely in England and the second-longest in the United Kingdom, after the River Severn.. It flows through Oxford (where it is called the Isis), Reading, Henley-on-Thames and Windsor.⁃ coordinates: 51°41′39″N 2°01′47″W / .   London: Pepys into the past Yet when the Samuel Pepys pub in Stew Lane, beside the Thames, was packed one night last month, it was not in honour of Pepys. There are copies of books .

    My quilted journey down the Thames continues at the Lower Pool, which runs from the Cherry Garden Pier to Limekiln Creek. And at the Lower Pool I am joined by celebrated Seventeenth Century diarist, Mr Samuel Pepys. Samuel Pepys () lived through turbulent times - the Civil War, the execution of one king (Charles I), and the. The Diary of Samuel Pepys has been called a literary work like no other. Unlike other diarists of his time, Pepys had no aspirations for publication. This freed him up to paint a frank, uncensored portrait of life in London at the time of the Restoration. Throughout the work, which spans from

      A lecture given at Emmanuel College, Cambridge, in the Cambridge Seminars in the History of Cartography series – 23rd February John Seller, Samuel Pepys and the London map-trade. Already something of a well-worn path. The principal authority on Seller, the late Professor Coolie Verner, noted – over thirty years ago now – “Much has. Book The Samuel Pepys Online - Fast, Free, Convenient. This Booking will earn you points. ★ ★ ★ ★ ☆ What a surprise, we weren't expecting such an awesome pub/ restaurant, with balcony's overhanging the Thames with beautiful views across South Bank. We both had pizza's, which were delicious. Great place by the river when 4/5.


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Pepys and the River Thames by Rawson, Christopher. Download PDF EPUB FB2

History of the management of the river. In the Middle Ages the Crown exercised general jurisdiction over the Thames, one of the four royal rivers, and appointed water bailiffs to oversee the river upstream of Staines.

The City of London exercised jurisdiction over the tidal es: Gloucestershire, Wiltshire. On the Thames towpath with Samuel Pepys Glowing plate-glass towers now cover the marshland and mudflats of Samuel Pepys’s London.

Will Self sets out along the Thames to. A hidden gem in the heart of the City, the Samuel Pepys offers spectacular views from its unique riverside location on the north bank of the Thames. The Samuel Pepys is housed in a 19th Century former Thameside tea warehouse and originally opened as a pub in the early s.

Kris Marshall and Katherine Jakeways star as Mr. and Mrs. Pepys in this BBC Radio 4 Full Cast Dramatization of the world famous diaries.

Over years may have passed since Pepys first put pen to paper, but the man and his preoccupations feel surprisingly familiar/5(). In this perfect companion to London: The Biography, Peter Ackroyd once again delves into the hidden byways of history, describing the river's endless allure in a journey overflowing with characters, incidents, and wry observations.

Thames: The Biography meanders gloriously, rather like the river itself. In short, lively chapters Ackroyd writes about connections between the Thames and such historical figures as Cited by: Within a few hours, the wind had spread the blaze to the River Thames, engulfing parts of London Bridge in flames.

Samuel Pepys describes the scene in his Diary, which remains one of the most comprehensive eyewitness accounts of the fire. Samuel Pepys was responsible for the administration of the navy for the English government, and was 33 when. He described London - the frozen river Thames, the rising crime rate and the poverty - and recorded the details of his own life: his wife, rivals, lovers and friends, his work for the Navy, his drinking and social life.

Over years may have passed since Pepys first put pen to paper, but the man and his preoccupations feel surprisingly familiar/5. Exploring London - and the River Thames in particular - in the period immediately before the Great Fire.

We learn the songs 'Flow, flow, flow' and 'Loaves of bread and puddings and pies'. However, by it appears that he was married and living on the south bank of the River Thames in Southwark. This is clear as on 27 th March of that year the parish registers of St. Olave’s, Southwark record the birth of his first daughter.

Several bridges named London Bridge have spanned the River Thames between the City of London and Southwark, in central London. The current crossing, which opened to traffic inis a box girder bridge built from concrete and steel.

It replaced a 19th-century stone-arched bridge, which in turn superseded a year-old stone-built medieval s: Five lanes of the A3. Pepys would have walked under the shadow of its thick Norman battlements almost every day. He was just as familiar with the view of the Tower from the water.

On hundreds of occasions he passed by Traitor's Gate as he was rowed up and down the River Thames on official : David & Charles. Downstream: A History and Celebration of Swimming the River Thames by Caitlin Davies This book is a delightful compendium of watery facts and documents the changing physical relationship we have.

Peter Ackroyd's 'Thames-Sacred River' publishedis a companion volume to his very much celebrated 'London:The Biography' from More than just a good read, Ackroyd has produced a wonderful and evocative masterpiece for 'Old Father Thames'. The writing is poetic, scholarly, fact packed and flows as gracefully as the river itself/5.

'Samuel Pepys' By Claire Tomalin. Dec. 29, another in the south-west corner leading into Water Lane and so down to the Thames and river steps fifty yards below.

Contemporary books Author: Claire Tomalin. Pepys was born in London on Februthe second son of John Pepys (–), a tailor, and Margaret Pepys née Kite (d. ), daughter of a Whitechapel butcher.

Samuel Pepys was baptised at St Bride's Church on March 3. The Diary of Samuel Pepys The BBC Radio 4 full-cast dramatisation by Samuel Pepys what they expected of marriage, and even how they conducted love affairs. He described London - the frozen river Thames, the rising crime rate and the poverty - and recorded the details of his own life: his wife, rivals, lovers and friends, his work for the.

“But Lord. What a sad time it is to see no boats upon the River; and grass grows all up and down White Hall court, and nobody but poor wretches in the streets!” -- Samuel Pepys (I) Here in Australia, the current pandemic can be seen as the continuation of a sort of run-on couplet of crises, having arrived less than a month after the dousing of the “Red Summer” bushfires, the worst.

The Great Fire of London swept through the central parts of the English city from Sunday, 2 September to Thursday, 6 September The fire gutted the medieval City of London inside the old Roman city wall.

It threatened but did not reach the City of Westminster, Charles II's Palace of Whitehall, or most of the suburban slums. It destro houses, 87 parish churches, St Paul's Cathedral, and most.

The Samuel Pepys offers great views of the River Thames, which diners can enjoy while relaxing on the balcony. The restaurant serves a variety of both traditional and modern British cuisine and boasts an extensive drinks list. Diners can choose from pub classics such as fish & chips, burgers and steak, as well as stone baked pizzas and sandwiches.

Use imaginary 'chronometers' to travel back in time to the year and to the City of London, near the River Thames. Find out about Samuel Pepys and his diary. Meet Pepys at home with his. THAMES: SACRED RIVER is about the river from source to sea. It covers history from prehistoric times to the present, the flora and fauna of the river, paintings and photographs inspired by the Thames, its geology, smells and colours, its literature, laws and landscape, its magic and myths, its architecture, trade and weather/5(64).

An important source of inspiration for authors and artists alike, the River Thames has featured in countless works across the years, from playing a central role in the Diary of Samuel Pepys to providing the basis for Kenneth Grahame’s The Wind in the Willows, written in River Thames, ancient Tamesis or Tamesa, also called (in Oxford, England) River Isis, chief river of southern in the Cotswold Hills, its basin covers an area of approximately 5, square miles (14, square km).The traditional source at Thames Head, which is dry for much of the year, is marked by a stone in a field feet ( metres) above sea level and 3 miles (5 km.