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in 1825 Braybrooke 2-vol edition, Vol 1:&nbsp;&nbsp;<br/> [https://archive.org/details/b28523192_0002/page/340/mode/1up/ https://archive.org/details/b28523192_0002/page/340/mode/1up/].
 
in 1825 Braybrooke 2-vol edition, Vol 1:&nbsp;&nbsp;<br/> [https://archive.org/details/b28523192_0002/page/340/mode/1up/ https://archive.org/details/b28523192_0002/page/340/mode/1up/].
  
The Great Plague:&nbsp; May 24, 1665 &nbsp;- mid-late 1667<br/> see p340 - 475<br/> &nbsp;&nbsp;<br/> Great Fire of London:&nbsp;2-6 September, 1666<br/> (see p.445-498)&nbsp;<br/> &nbsp;
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The Great Plague:&nbsp; Pepys discussees mainly from May 24, 1665 &nbsp;- mid-late 1667<br/> see p340 - 475<br/> &nbsp;&nbsp;<br/> Great Fire of London:&nbsp;2-6 September, 1666<br/> (see p.445-498, for 2 Sept 1666 on)&nbsp;<br/> &nbsp;
  
 
== Daniel Defoe - A Journal of the Plague Year (1722)&nbsp; ==
 
== Daniel Defoe - A Journal of the Plague Year (1722)&nbsp; ==

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Thucydides - History of the Peloponnesian War

 

Samuel Pepys' Diary

in 1825 Braybrooke 2-vol edition, Vol 1:  
https://archive.org/details/b28523192_0002/page/340/mode/1up/.

The Great Plague:  Pepys discussees mainly from May 24, 1665  - mid-late 1667
see p340 - 475
  
Great Fire of London: 2-6 September, 1666
(see p.445-498, for 2 Sept 1666 on) 
 

Daniel Defoe - A Journal of the Plague Year (1722) 

Defoe was 5 years old during the Great Plague. His historical-fiction reconstruction (note: disputed) is apparently based particularly on the diary of his uncle Henry Foe (thus H.F. pseudonymous author on original editions of book). 

1900 Aldine House (London) edition, scanned: 
https://archive.org/details/journalofplaguey00defo_3/page/n10/mode/1up