Diary of Henry Machyn June 1555 is in Diary of Henry Machyn 1555.
03 Jun 1555. The iij day of Junij cam a godly prossessyon from sant Peters in Cornhylle with the Fyssmongers, and my lorde mayre, with a C. copes, unto Powlles, and ther thay offered; with the whettes playhyng and syngyng.
03 Jun 1555. The sam day was a goodly May-gam at Westmynster as has ben synes, with gyantes, mores-pykes, gunes and drumes, and duwylles, and iij mores-dansses, and bag-pypes and wyolles, and mony dysgyssyd, and the lord and the lade of the May rod gorgyously, with mynsterelles dyver playng.
03 Jun 1555. [The same day was the procession of saint Clement's parish without Temple bar, set forth with a great many streamers] and banners, and the whetes of London [with crosses.] In the myds of the crosses was the Spaneards crosse of the Savoy, and yt was rond lyke to that hangys over [the sacrament,] of cremesun welvett inbrodere ryche, and after clarkes and prestes in ryche copes syngyng Salve fasta dies; [and] folowyng all the ines of the cowrt ther; and after all the parryche with whyt rods in ther handes a gret nombur.
03 Jun 1555. The sam day cam Eslyngtun prosessyon, with standard and baners, with clarkes and prestes in copes syngyng Salve fasta dies, and after all the parryche boyth men and women.
10 Jun 1555. The x day of Juin was delevered owt of Nuwgatt vij men to be cared in-to Essex and Suffoke to borne [burned].
10 Jun 1555. The sam day was Grossers' fest, and ther was my lord mayre and dyvers althermen, and ther my lord mayre dyd chuysse master Lee altherman shreyffe for the kyng, and master Whytt grocer and altherman the master of the Grosers, and master Graftun warden and master Grenway warden for that yere.
11 Jun 1555. The xj day of Juin be-gane they to sett up the frame for the hersse at Powlles for the quen of Spayn (76) [Note. paternal grandmother of Philip "The Prudent" II King Spain 1527-1598 (28)], the wyche was the goodlest that ever was sene in England; the bare frame cost xv1. the carpynter('s) dute.
17 Jun 1555. The xvij day of Juin was the hersse fenyssyd at Powlles a-boyffe the qwyer with ix prensepalles garnyshyd, (the) goodlest that ever was sene, and all the prensepalles covered with blake velvett, and the mageste of taffata and the frynge [gold]; and all the qwyre and a-boyffe the qwyre and the sydes and ondur [foot] and the body of the chyrche one he hangyd with blake and armes, and with xxxvj dosen of pensells of sylke welvett with gold and selver, and xvj baners-rolles of armes, and iiij baners of whyt emages wroght with fyne gold; over-nyght durge, and the morow masse; and mony mornars, the forst a stranger and the yerle of Shrusbere (27), and yerle of Penbroke (54), my lord treysorer, ser Recherd Sowthwell (52), and mony mo as Englys as Spaneards; and a vij skore powre men havyng nuwe blake gownes, and evere man holdyng torchys; and after messe a grett dener at the bysshope of London('s) plasse, and gret plente.
14 Jun 1555. The xiiij day (of) Juin was a proclamassyon [that all] bokes shuld be broyth [brought] in of Luter (71), Tendalles (61), .... and Coverdals (67) and bysshope Cremer (65), and all shyche as .... shuys and all hereses bokes, and he that dyd nott [bring them] in with-in the xv days after shuld go to presun with-owt prysse, of what degre they be of.