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(Sunday). In the morning with Sir W. Pen to church, and a very good sermon of Mr. Mills.
Home to dinner, and Sir W. Pen with me to such as I had, and it was very handsome, it being the first time that he ever saw my wife or house since we came hither.
Afternoon to church with my wife, and after that home, and there walked with Major Hart, who came to see me, in the garden, who tells me that we are all like to be speedily disbanded; and then I lose the benefit of a muster. After supper to bed.

I go home to din and wit
as sin to church.
Here, walk with me.
Tell me we all like to lose.

Erasure poem derived from The Diary of Samuel Pepys, Sunday 9 September 1660.

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