Diary of Henry Machyn January 1560

Diary of Henry Machyn January 1560 is in Diary of Henry Machyn 1560.

03 Jan 1560. The iij day of January was cared from Knyghtryder-stret unto Jhesus chapell under Powlles with prestes and clarkes syngyng my good lade Shandos (68) wedow, with ij harolds of armes, with v baners of armes of her hosbandes and hers and of her petegre, and iiij dosen skochyons, and the chyrche wher hangyd with blake and armes; and a sermon; and after to her plasse to dener.

04 Jan 1560. The iiij day of January was bered in sant Donstons in the west latt byshope of Carlell doctur Hobbellthorpe (53), with alff a dosen skochyons of armes.

On or after 04 Jan 1560. The (blank) day was bered doctur Bayne (56), late byshope of Lychfeld and Coventre, in sant Donstons in the west.

05 Jan 1560. The v day of January ryd a-bowt London iiij women for baudere, dwellyng (unfinished)

05 Jan 1560. The sam day was a gentyll-man a-restyd for dett, and ther was dyvers gentyll-men and servyng-men, master Cobam and odur, and toke ym from the offesers, and cared im to the Rose taverne; and ther was a grett fray, that boyth the shreyffes wher fayne to cum, and so they cam to the Rose taverne, and toke all the gentyll-men and ther servandes, and cared them to the conture.

06 Jan 1560. [The vj day of January, being Twelfth day, in the afternoon] my lord mare and the althermen, and all the [crafts,] and the bachelers of the mare('s) cumpene, whent to [saint Paul's] after the old custum, and dyd pryche (blank)

06 Jan 1560. The sam nyght was sett up a skaffold for the play halle, and after play was done ther was a goodly maske, and after a grett bankett [banquet] that last tyll mydnyght.

01 Jan 1560. The furst day of January the prynche of Swaythen (26) rod to the cowrt gorgyusle and rychele, and in gard in velvet jerkyns and holbardes in ther handes, and mony gentyll-men gorgyosly with chenes of gold.

08 Jan 1560. The viij day of January was bered at sant Botulf with-owt Algatt my lade Darce (43), the wyff of ser Arthur Darce (65) knyght; and so the chyrche and the quer wher hangyd with blake and armes, and so browth to the chyrche with xxx [priests] and clarkes syngyng, and ther was ij haroldes of armes, master Clarenshux (50) and master Somersett in ther ryche cottes; [then] cam the mornars, in gownes and cottes; then came ... that bare a pennon of armes, and the corse, with a ryche palle; there was a C [100] in blake, and xxiiij [24] men and women pore had gownes; and master Juell (37) byshope of Salysbere dyd pryche; and the(re) was a communyon; and all the morners offered; and after a grett dolle of money; and, all done, to the plasse to dener, for ther was a grett dener, and there were vij [7] dosen of skochyons of armes.

08 Jan 1560. The sam day of January dyd pryche at Powlles crosse the nuw byshope of London, master Gryndalle (41).

09 Jan 1560. The ix day of January was sessyons in the Old Bayle, keft for one Wylliam North and ys man for the kyllyng of on master Wynborne with-owt the west dore of Powlles, be-syd master Harpfeld('s) howse, and ther they wher cast by the xij [12] men to be hangyd in Powlles chyrche-yerd by that plasse wher he was kyllyd.

10 Jan 1560. The x day of January in the mornyng was a nuwe payre of galows sett up with-owtt the west dore of Powlles, and be-twyne ix and x of the cloke a-for none wher Wylliam North and ys man browth thether by the ij shreyffes, and ther hangyd boyth tyll iiij at after-non; and so the hangman cutt them downe, and cared (them) in-to sant Gregore chyrche-yerd, and ther was a grayff [grave] mad, and so they wher strypyd of all, and tumbelyd nakyd in-to the grayff, in the corner of the est syd of the chyrche-yerde.... ... abowt a xij of the [clock] .... gentyll-man with-in the Whyt frers ...

12 Jan 1560. The xij day of January was cared from the Whyt frers master Recherd Chetwod sqwyre, with prest and clarkes, and with a penon of armes and a cott armur, and master Somersett, harold of armes, bare ys cot-armur; and a xx morners in gownes and cottes; and a ij dosen skochyons of armes. Master Benton mad the sermon; and after to ys plasse to dener; ther was a grett dener; and vj pore men had good blake [gowns]; and a dolle.

12 Jan 1560. The sam day was sessyons at Nuwgatt, and ther ... wher cast xij, and vj was bornyd in ther hand, and the .... was iij [3] cared to Tyburne, and ther hangyd, and on [one] rep[rieved].

12 Jan 1560. The sam nyght was a fray be-twyn ij of the Swaythen [Swedes]; on kyllyd, a gentyll-man of ys owne contrey.

12 Jan 1560. The xij day of January ded good master docthur Whyt (50), latt byshope of Wynchestur, in Hamshyre, at ser Thomas Whytes plasse, the wyche ded of a aguw; and he gayff myche to ys servandes.

19 Jan 1560. The xix day of January dyd ryd in a care on Laugh, a brown baker, for fornycasyon, dyver tymes provyd.

19 Jan 1560. The sam day was a man sett on the pelere in Sowthwarke, for he toke cartes for the quen, and was no taker, but toke a pesse of money, and lett them goo to dyvers men, sum ij s., xx d., xij d., and vj d., so yt was knowne.

20 Jan 1560. The xx day of January the sam man was set on the pelere in Chepe-syde for the sam offens.

15 Jan 1560. The xv day of January was cared to be bered master doctor Whyt (50), late byshope of Wynchester, unto Wynchester, and bered ther.

21 Jan 1560. The xxj day of January by ix of the cloke my lord mare (64) and the althermen whent by water to the cowrt in skarlett, and ther he was mad knyght by the quen (26).

23 Jan 1560. The xxiij day of January .... unto Westmynster, and ther they wher cast ..

27 Jan 1560. The xxvij day of January was cared from [Black] frers unto sant Martens at Ludgatt to be bered my lade Harper, by her furst hosband ser Gorge Harper (56) knyght, and the wyff of master Carlton (31), with a pennon of armes, and ij dosen and a d' of of skochyons of armes, and re .. mad in the chyrche and hangyd with blake and armes; and haroldes of armes, master Clarenshux (50) and master Somersett, [and] mony morners in blake; the cheyff morner was ...

27 Jan 1560. The sam day cam rydyng to London, and so [entered] at Ludgatt, the good yerle of Shreusbery (32), with a C [100] [men] rydyng, and so to Cold Harber to ys owne plasse.

25 Jan 1560. The xxv day of January wher mad at Powlles by the nuw byshope of London (41) lx prestes, menysters, and decons, and more.

30 Jan 1560. The xxx day of January was bered in sant Margettes-moyses master Busse skynner, on of the masturs of the hospetall, and ther was all the masturs of the hospetall with gren stayffes in ther handes, and all the masters of ys compene in ther leverey, and a xx clarkes syngyng; and he gayff a xij mantyll frys gownes, vj men and vj women; and ther dyd pryche master Juell (37) the nuw byshope of Salysbere, and ther he sayd playnly that ther was no purgatore; and after to ys howse to dener, and ther was a xvj [16] morners in blake gownes and cottes.

30 Jan 1560. The xxx day of January the vecontt Montacute (31) and ser Thomas Chamburlayn (56) knyght toke theyr journey toward the kyng of Spayne (32).