PEPYS


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PEPYSProactive Essex Police Youth Strategy (UK)
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IT was most amusing reading the recent letters criticising the likes of Pepys and Archie Brand.
Coupled with the absence of any side effects, these new findings strongly support further clinical studies to see whether longer term treatment with CPHPC protects against the inexorable mental decline in patients with Alzheimer's disease," said Professor Pepys.
Echoing contemporary hysteria about terrorist cells and knee-jerk government and public responses, the tale of how Pepys was cynically implicated in the Popish Plot is one of skulduggery, brazen dishonesty and seething grudges.
Pepys occasionally wrestled with his conscience, but it was a bout he always lost.
But Pepys barely had time for his business life in between bedding his French missus Elizabeth and his string of mistresses.
Yau was involved in the distribution and selling of cannabis and would frequently oversee or assist in the unloading of bags at the address in Pepys Crescent.
Smith, of Pepys Crescent, Llanrumney, was sentenced to 12 months' imprisonment, suspended for 18 months, and ordered to carry out 130 hours' unpaid work.
Pepys fans could even while away an afternoon searching for their famous former-neighbour's buried cheese, which he stashed underground during the Great Fire of London to stop it from melting.
Pepys - who lived through and chronicled the Great Fire of London and plague - is getting recognition thanks to the understanding he brought of what life was like during some of the most important moments of the seventeenth century.
The Copper Rivet distillery sits on the River Medway in Chatham's historic dockyard in Kent and Chatham is slap bang in the middle of naval employee Pepys' world.
In 1666 Pepys visited a 'bear pit' and saw animals including horses and bulls being baited for public amusement, which he described as "a rude and nasty pleasure".
Margaret Cavendish, who was the first to publish a critical essay on Shakespeare, is described as the first female critic of Shakespeare, while Elizabeth Pepys's attendance at the theatre is treated as exemplary of the importance of the female playgoer's response.