Edward Mountagu et al. in Deal - 23 April, 1660

from Diary of Samuel Pepys, 23 April 1660, pages 36-37:

In the evening, the first time that we have had any sport among the seamen; and indeed, there was extraordinary good sport, after my Lord had done playing, at ninepins. After that, W. Howe and I went to play two Trebles in the great Cabbin below; which my Lord hearing, after supper he called for our instruments and played a set of Lock's, two trebles and a bass. And that being done, he fell to singing of a song made upon the Rump, with which he pleased himself well - to the tune of The Blacksmith. After all that done, then to bed.
cite as

Samuel Pepys, Diary of Samuel Pepys, 23 April 1660. In Robert Latham and William Matthews (ed.), The diary of Samuel Pepys : a selection (London, 2003), p. 36-37. https://led.kmi.open.ac.uk/entity/lexp/1407748281373 accessed: 27 May, 2024

location of experience: Deal


Edward Mountagu
Naval officer, Officer (armed forces), Politician
Samuel Pepys
Member of Parliament, Diarist, Naval officer

Listening to

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written by Matthew Locke (composer)
performed by Will Howe, Samuel Pepys
song about the Rump Parliament performed by Edward Mountagu

Experience Information

Date/Time 23 April, 1660
Medium live
Listening Environment in the company of others, indoors, in public

Originally submitted by isobel.1111 on Mon, 11 Aug 2014 10:11:21 +0100