Daily entries from the 17th century London diary
MOUNTAGU'S PAGE IN 1660-61!!
POSSIBLY THE "MR. LOUD" IN MOUNTAGU'S HOUSEHOLD IN 1665-68!!!
IN 1672, MOUNTAGU HAD A STEWARD CALLED "LOWD CORDELL" WHO KNOWS, MAYBE THAT WAS HIM!!!!
-- L&M, COMPANION VOLUME!!!!!! I SAID, C-O-M-P-A-N-I-O-N V-O-L-U-M-E!!!!!!!
There's a faint buzzing in my ears. Speak up, please.
"Loud" spelt Laud dec 7th 1660
Ah! The Loud Family.
Laud, as vincent says it should be spelled, was the page of Edward ("Ned") Pickering. http://www.pepysdiary.com/encyclopedia/612/
Wheatley (1896) says this is Laud Crisp. http://www.pepysdiary.com/encyclopedia/536/
This is not Laud [Crisp], but Loud, a page to Sandwich, as explained by David Quidnunc's reference to the Companion volume.
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