A very busy day today. The following events are modelled:
- Samuel goes to the office, where he receives news that Andrew Pearse is dying.
- Samuel visits Pearce, and then returns to the office.
- Receiving news that Sir George Carteret has invited officers to lunch, Samuel leaves the office to see if he is called to join them; he is not.
- Dining at home instead, Thomas Hayter brings news that his wife is in labour, and Elizabeth Pepys leaves with him to see her.
- Samuel goes to Whitehall, where he meets the Lord Privy Seal, and conducts some business with him.
- Samuel and M d'Esquier visit Elizabeth Pearce, who is pregnant, and meet a Mrs Clifford there.
- Samuel visits his father, and returns home, where his wife informs him Mrs Hayter is still in labour.
Not just a lot of events, but a lot of difficult ones as well today.
Samuel's leaving of the office to see if he is actually called to lunch with Sir George I have simply left as an event. Henry Moore's reading of the bills in the Lord Privy's chambers is also classed just as an event; this is more because it seems to be some kind of legal protocol, and I don't know the details.
The main point of note, though, is an illness, pregnancy, and labour all being mentioned on one day have led me to create a class of health events, with subclasses of pregnancy, labour, and illness (more subclasses will undoubtably come... just wait for 1665). There is a patient role, and the individual events are given occurs associations using start-before today, or start on today. I included the individual events in the pepys-diary-people map as it directly relates to them, and may be referenced on more than one day. So, for instance:
/* In pepys-diary-people.ltm */ [mrs-hayter-labour : labour = "Mrs Hayter's labour (9th August 1661) @"http://www.techquila.com/psi/pepys/people/#mrs-hayter-labour"] occurs ( mrs-hayter-labour : event, date-16610809 : start ) participation ( mrs-hayter-labour : event, mrs-hayter : patient ) /* In 16610809.ltm */ [event-16610809-08 : news-event = "Samuel and his wife receive news from Thomas Hayter that his wife is pregnant (9th August 1661)";"16610809-08"] occurs ( today : on, event-16610809-08 : event ) participation ( event-16610809-08 : event, samuel-pepys : recipient, elizabeth-pepys : recipient, thomas-hayter : informant, seething-lane-house : place ) event-subject ( event-16610809-08 : event, mrs-hayter-labour : subject )
I may retrospectively implement these classes in previous entries.
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