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Phil Gyford has posted 722 annotations/comments since 27 December 2002.
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This is not Laud [Crisp], but Loud, a page to Sandwich, as explained by David Quidnunc's reference to the Companion volume.
About Wednesday 5 December 1660
I've now added a note to the entry pointing out this discrepancy.
About Wednesday 25 May 1664
Thanks pepf - belatedly fixed!
About Saturday 22 September 1660
Four years on, and I've fixed the link to Captain Allen.
About Friday 11 May 1660
Regarding the Berties / Bertus... Although L&M say that this pair was "Robert and Edward Bertie, sons of the 1st Earl of Lindsey", Wikipedia says that the 1st Earl and his wife (Elizabeth Montagu) had only one son, Montagu, the 2nd Earl.
Montagu had several children, among them Robert and Edward, so I'm assuming these are the two Pepys mentions.
The 1st Earl's family: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Bertie,_1st...The 2nd Earl's family: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Montagu_Bertie,_2n...
About Wednesday 11 April 1660
All of those Pepys/Evelyn letters are also now on our site: http://www.pepysdiary.com/letters/
About Tuesday 21 February 1659/60
Thanks Arthur - I've corrected the link for "my Lord" now.
About Saturday 18 February 1659/60
No they weren't included, because they're not included in the copyright-free version of the text we're using: http://www.pepysdiary.com/about/text/
About Friday 17 February 1659/60
Thanks for the thanks.
But, while I don't mean to be ungrateful, seeing as this is the start of another decade, let's get things off to a well-behaved start! Please keep annotations about diary entries on topic, and bear in mind that people will be reading them for many years, hoping they'll explain this entry.
Feel free to post anything further about annotations on the Site News post about them: http://www.pepysdiary.com/news/2013/02/15/14007/
About Tuesday 14 February 1659/60
Yes, I won't be deleting the old annotations, just the test ones, to keep things on topic about 14th February 1660! Feel free to post general comments about the annotations on the announcement: http://www.pepysdiary.com/news/2013/02/15/14007/
Now, back to the business of the diary...