Diary of Henry Machyn June 1554 is in Diary of Henry Machyn 1554.
04 Jun 1554. The iiij day of Junii wasse all the galus [gallows] in London plokyd done in all plases.
04 Jun 1554. The sam day the mayre of London and the althermen commanded that a skaffold shuld be mad abowt the crosse, for to be gyldyd agaynst the prynse of Spayne (27) commyng in.
04 Jun 1554. The sam tyme wher granted by the lord mayre and the aldermen and the common consell a xv and a d. for the commonse, payd forth-with-all toward the commyng of the prynsse of Spayne (27).
04 Jun 1554. The sam tym wher commondyd that ij althermen to wache evere nyght, and j or ij constabulls to wache evere nyght, tyll iij or iiij of the cloke in the mornyng.
09 Jun 1554. The ix day of Juin was the crosse in Chepe covered with canves from the fott to the tope, and endyd, for the prynce's (27) coming, and gyldyd.
10 Jun 1554. The x day of Juin dyd pryche at Powlles crosse master (doctor Pendleton (30)); and be-twyn x and a xj of the cloke ther was a gunne shott over the prycher, and yt the wall, and yt was a pellett of tyne.
12 Jun 1554. The xij day of Juin was a gret fray be-twyn the lord Warden('s) servands of Kent and the Ines of ... Gray('s) inn, Lynkolne('s) inn, and sum slayn and hurt.
01 Jun 1554. The furst day of Junii was the sam woman set on the [pillory, that] her ere was nayled a-ffor, was her thuder [other] nayled thys sam day for the sam offense.
14 Jun 1554. The xxiiij day of Juin was a goodly masse kept at sant Edmond in Lumbard-strett for the strangers, and the chyrche hangyd with ryche cloth.
25 Jun 1554. The xxv day of Juin anodur masse kept at the Gray-frers for the sextons of London, and after pressessyons with the whetes plahyng, and clarkes syngyng, thrug Chepe-syd unto Soper lane, and agayn thrug Powlles chyrche yerd by master denes [place,] and thrug Warwyke lane unto the Gray-frers, and so to dener unto the Kukes-hall.
25 Jun 1554. The sam day cam to Londun by water the prynche of Pymon (25) with a grett compeny of Spaneards; sum had crosses, sum red, and sum gren, and sum whyt, and so to (unfinished).
29 Jun 1544. The xxix day of Juin, the wyche was sant Peter and Powlles day, was a fayre at Westmynster abbay; and ther was a goodly pressessyon, and after masse; and ther the prynse of Pymon (15) and dyvers Spaneards, and hard messe [heard mass] in kyng Henry the vij chapelle.