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Up and to the office, where busy, and after dinner also to the office again till night, when Mr. Moore come to me to discourse about the 200l. I must supply my Lord Hinchingbroke, and I promised him to do it, though much against my will. So home, to supper and to bed.

where night is about
I must supply my inch

and promise much
against my will

Erasure poem derived from The Diary of Samuel Pepys, Saturday 14 December 1667.

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