Pepys, Samuel (16331703)

Pepys, Samuel, author of a famous Diary, a scholarly man and respected as connected with different grades of society; held a clerkship in the Admiralty, and finally the secretaryship; kept a diary of events from 1660 to 1669, which remained in MS. till 1826, when it was published in part by Lord Braybrooke, and is of interest for the insight it gives into the manners of the time and the character of the author; the latest and completest edition of this Diary is that of H. B. Wheatley, published in 1893-96, in eight vols. (16331703).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Pepsin * Pera
Penthesilea
Pentheus
Penthièvre, Duc de
Pentland Firth
Pentonville
Penumbra
Penzance
People's Palace
Pepin the Short
Pepsin
Pepys, Samuel
Pera
Peræa
Perceval
Perceval, Spencer
Percival, James Gates
Percy
Percy, Thomas
Perdiccas
Pereira, Jonathan
Perekop, Isthmus of