Samuel Pepys in Westminster - 10 August, 1664
Thence I to Cockers again and sat by him, with good discourse again for an hour or two; and then left him and by agreement with Capt. Sylas Taylor (my old acquaintance at the Exchequer) to the post-office to hear some Instrument Musique of Mr. Berchenshaws before my Lord Brunkard and Sir Rob. Murrey. I must confess, whether it be that I hear it but seldom, or that really voices is better, but so it is, that I found no pleasure at all in it, and methought two voyces were worth twenty of it.
Member of Parliament, Diarist, Naval officer
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