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o Barkeshire-house, and
there did get a very g
reat meeting; the Duke
of York being there, an
d much business done, t
hough not in proportion
to the greatness of th
e business, and my Lord
Chancellor sleeping an
d snoring the greater p
art of the time. Among
other things I declared
the state of our credi
t as to tallys to raise
money by, and there wa
s an order for payment
of L5000 to Mr. Gawden,
out of which I hope to
get something against
Christmas. Here we sat
late, and here I did he
ar that there are some
troubles like to be in
Diary of Samuel Pepys — Volume 47: November 1666 by Pepys, Samuel, 1633-1703