At the office all the morning. At noon Dr. Thos. Pepys dined with me, and after dinner my brother Tom came to me and then I made myself ready to get a-horseback for Cambridge. So I set out and rode to Ware, this night, in the way having much discourse with a fellmonger,1 a Quaker, who told me what a wicked man he had been all his life-time till within this two years. Here I lay, and [Continued tomorrow. P.G.]
- A dealer in hides.