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317: JE to Lady Sunderland, 4 Aug. 1690. 22 23 JE, Diary, iii. 80; BL Add. MS 78340, fo. 88v. JE, Diary, i. 8, 55. 24 Kalendarium Hortense (1664), in WJE, 353. 22 The Garden and the River interested him, but the variety of its meanings and purposes. 26 The unkempt, irregularly shaped, featureless site amid the riverside mists at Deptford could therefore not have been more alien to him. It tapered towards the river to the north, but stopped short of it, and so just missed the dramatic Thames frontage which would have redeemed all its other disadvantages.
MS 78431: JE to ME, 1 May 1660. 36 Man of the Shade Twenty miles from London, ‘and yet so securely placed, as if it were an hundred’, it lay in the hilly, well-wooded, and watered landscape between Guildford and Dorking, with the long chalk spine of the downs to the north and to the south the eminence of Leith Hill, from which spread out an immense panorama of the southern counties. The Elizabethan manor house (it could never have been called a villa) was ‘large and antient, suitable to those hospitable times, and so sweetly environ’d with those delicious streames and venerable Woods, as in the judgment of strangers, as well as Englishmen, it may be compared to one of the most tempting and pleasant seats in the Nation’.
9, 22; Hiscock II, 7. JE, Sculptura (1662), ed. C. F. Bell (Oxford, 1906), 103. BL Add. MS 78302: Richard Evelyn to JE; 15 Dec. d. . JE, Diary, ii. 9. Man of the Shade 39 Leaving Lewes for Oxford at the end of the 1630s Evelyn saw the last of what he looked back on as the ‘blessed Halcyon tyme in England’, when the Church of England was ‘in her greatest splendor, all things decent, and becoming the peace’. In London he saw Charles I ride in state to open ‘that long, ungratefull, foolish and fatal Parliament, the beginning of all our sorrows for twenty yeares after, and the period of the most unhappy Monarch in the World’.