Diary of Henry Machyn June 1552 is in Diary of Henry Machyn 1552.
07 Jun 1552. The vij day of Juin the duke of Northumberland (48) and dyvers of the kynges consell sat at yeld-hall [to hear] serten causys, and toke up my lord mayre and [his] brodurne for vetell, because he lokyd not to yt, and for sellyng of the sam, and odur causys.
11 Jun 1552. The xj day of Juin cam rydyng to London my lade Mare (36) grase through London unto Saynt Johns with a goodly compeny of gentyll men and gentyll women.
13 Jun 1552. The xiij day of Juin rod thrugh London unto the Towre warffe my lade Mare (36) grase, the kynges syster, and toke her barge to Grenwyche the kynges courte, and so cam agayn at vj a-cloke at nyght, and so landyd at the Towre, and so unto Saynt Johns beyond Smyth-feld.
15 Jun 1552. The xv day of Juin was bered Baptyst Borow the melener with-owt Crepull-gatte in saynt Gylles' parryche, with a penon, a cote armur, and a harold, and with xxiij stayffes-torches, and so xxiij pore men bere them, and many mornars in blake; and the compeny of the Clarkes wher ther, and ys plase was hangyd with blake, and armes vj dosen.
16 Jun 1552. [The xvj of June the duke of Northumberland (48) took horse at five of the clock in the morning, to look after the Marches towards Scotland, of which he was constituted lord Warden, with a] compeny of lords and knyghts [to bring him on his] way of his jornay,—the vj kyng Edward the vjth.
17 Jun 1552. The xvij of Juin ther wher sett on the pelore [a man and] a woman; the woman boythe a pesse of mottun [and when she] had ytt, she toke a pesse of a tylle and frust yt [into the] myds of the mottun, and she sayd that she had ytt of b[utcher, and would ha]ve ym punnyssyd; for ytt was hangyd over [her head in?] the pelore, and so there wher they sett boythe ...
25 Jun 1552. The xxv day of Juin was drownyd vj men from Grenwyche by a grett botte of bere in the ... of sayntt Kateryns, and thay wher take up on the .. after, and was cared by the serjant of the amr .. and bered in saynt Towllys ender chyrche yerd in S[outhwark.]