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  • Woolwich and Deptford to look after the dispatch of the ships, all the way reading Mr. Spencer's Book of Prodigys, which is most ingeniously writ, both for matter and style.

    Diary of Samuel Pepys — Complete

  • Deptford to look after the dispatch of the ships, all the way reading Mr. Spencer's Book of Prodigys, which is most ingeniously writ, both for matter and style.

    Diary of Samuel Pepys — Volume 29: June/July 1664

  • Woolwich and Deptford to look after the dispatch of the ships, all the way reading Mr. Spencer's Book of Prodigys, which is most ingeniously writ, both for matter and style.

    Diary of Samuel Pepys — Complete 1664 N.S.

  • He gone, I down by water to Woolwich and Deptford to look after the dispatch of the ships, all the way reading Mr. Spencer's Book of Prodigys, which is most ingeniously writ, both for matter and style.

    The Diary of Samuel Pepys, Jun/Jul 1664

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