John Evelyn's Diary 1701 is in John Evelyn's Diary 1700s.
John Evelyn's Diary January 1701
John Evelyn's Diary 01 January 1701
01 Jan 1701. I finished the sale of North Stoake in Sussex to Robert Michell, Esq, appointed by my brother to be sold for payment of portions to my nieces, and other incumbrances on the estate.
John Evelyn's Diary 04 January 1701
04 Jan 1701. An exceeding deep snow, and melted away as suddenly.
John Evelyn's Diary 19 January 1701
19 Jan 1701. Severe frost, and such a tempest as threw down many chimneys, and did great spoil at sea, and blew down above twenty trees of mine at Wotton.
John Evelyn's Diary February 1701
John Evelyn's Diary 09 February 1701
John Evelyn's Diary 27 February 1701
27 Feb 1701. By an order of the House of Commons, I laid before the Speaker (39) the state of what had been received and paid toward the building of Greenwich Hospital.
Mr. Wye, Rector of Wotton, died, a very worthy good man. I gave it to Dr. Bohun, a learned person and excellent preacher, who had been my son's tutor, and lived long in my family.
John Evelyn's Diary March 1701
John Evelyn's Diary 18 March 1701
18 Mar 1701. I let Sayes Court to Lord Carmarthen (42), son to the Duke of Leeds (69). 28th. I went to the funeral of my sister Draper, who was buried at Edmonton in great state. Dr. Davenant displeased the clergy now met in Convocation by a passage in his book, p. 40.
John Evelyn's Diary April 1701
John Evelyn's Diary 01 April 1701
01 Apr 1701. A Dutch boy of about eight or nine years old was carried about by his parents to show, who had about the iris of one eye the letters of Deus meus, and of the other Elohim, in the Hebrew character. How this was done by artifice none could imagine; his parents affirming that he was so born. It did not prejudice his sight, and he seemed to be a lively playing boy. Everybody went to see him; physicians and philosophers examined it with great accuracy; some considered it as artificial, others as almost supernatural.
John Evelyn's Diary May 1701
John Evelyn's Diary 01 May 1701
01 May 1701. Some Kentish men, delivering a petition to the House of Commons, were imprisoned.
A great dearth, no considerable rain having fallen for some months.
John Evelyn's Diary 17 May 1701
17 May 1701. Very plentiful showers, the wind coming west and south. The Bishops and Convocation at difference concerning the right of calling the assembly and dissolving. Atterbury (38) and Dr. Wake writing one against the other.
John Evelyn's Diary June 1701
John Evelyn's Diary 20 June 1701
20 Jun 1701. The Commons demanded a conference with the Lords on the trial of Lord Somers (50), which the Lords refused, and proceeding on the trial, the Commons would not attend, and he was acquitted.
John Evelyn's Diary 22 June 1701
22 Jun 1701. I went to congratulate the arrival of that worthy and excellent person my Lord Galway (53), newly come out of Ireland, where he had behaved himself so honestly, and to the exceeding satisfaction of the people: but he was removed thence for being a Frenchman, though they had not a more worthy, valiant, discreet, and trusty person in the two kingdoms, on whom they could have relied for his conduct and fitness. He was one who had deeply suffered, as well as the Marquis, his father, for being Protestants.
John Evelyn's Diary July 1701
John Evelyn's Diary 01 July 1701
John Evelyn's Diary 08 July 1701
08 Jul 1701. My grandson (19) went to Sir Simon Harcourt (39), the Solicitor General, to Windsor, to wait on my Lord Treasurer. There had been for some time a proposal of marrying my grandson (19) to a daughter (26) of Mrs. Boscawen, sister of my Lord Treasurer (56), which was now far advanced.
John Evelyn's Diary 14 July 1701
14 Jul 1701. I subscribed toward rebuilding Oakwood Chapel, now, after 200 years, almost fallen down.
John Evelyn's Diary August 1701
John Evelyn's Diary 01 August 1701
01 Aug 1701. The weather changed from heat not much less than in Italy or Spain for some few days, to wet, dripping, and cold, with intermissions of fair.
John Evelyn's Diary September 1701
John Evelyn's Diary 02 September 1701
02 Sep 1701. I went to Kensington, and saw the house, plantations, and gardens, the work of Mr. Wise, who was there to receive me.
The death of King James (67), happening on the 15th of this month, N. S., after two or three days' indisposition, put an end to that unhappy Prince's troubles, after a short and unprosperous reign, indiscreetly attempting to bring in Popery, and make himself absolute, in imitation of the French, hurried on by the impatience of the Jesuits; which the nation would not endure.
Died the Earl of Bath, whose contest with Lord Montague (40) about the Duke of Albemarle's estate, claiming under a will supposed to have been forged, is said to have been worth £10,000 to the lawyers. His eldest son (40) shot himself a few days after his father's death; for what cause is not clear. He was a most hopeful young man, and had behaved so bravely against the Turks at the siege of Vienna, that the Emperor made him a Count of the Empire. It was falsely reported that Sir Edward Seymour (68) was dead, a great man; he had often been Speaker, Treasurer of the Navy, and in many other lucrative offices. He was of a hasty spirit, not at all sincere, but head of the party at any time prevailing in Parliament.
John Evelyn's Diary 29 September 1701
29 Sep 1701. I kept my first courts in Surrey, which took up the whole week. My steward was Mr. Hervey, a Counsellor, Justice of Peace, and Member of Parliament, and my neighbor. I gave him six guineas, which was a guinea a day, and to Mr. Martin, his clerk, three guineas.
John Evelyn's Diary October 1701
John Evelyn's Diary 31 October 1701
31 Oct 1701. I was this day 81 complete, in tolerable health, considering my great age.