Sunday 13 January 1666/67
(Lord’s day). Up, and to church, where young Lowther come to church with Sir W. Pen and his Lady and daughter, and my wife tells me that either they are married or the match is quite perfected, which I am apt to believe, because all the peoples’ eyes in the church were much fixed upon them. At noon sent for Mercer, who dined with us, and very merry, and so I, after dinner, walked to the Old Swan, thinking to have got a boat to White Hall, but could not, nor was there anybody at home at Michell’s, where I thought to have sat with her … [et peut être obtain algo de her — which I intend para essayer. – L&M] So home, to church, a dull sermon, and then home at my chamber all the evening. So to supper and to bed.
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