Diary of Henry Machyn June 1557

Diary of Henry Machyn June 1557 is in Diary of Henry Machyn 1557.

07 Jun 1557. The vij day of Juin was a proclamassyon in London by the quen('s) (41) grace, of the latt duke of Northumberland (53) was supported and furdered by Henry the Frenche kyng (38) and ys menysters, and by the heddes of Dudley, Asheton, and by the consperacy of Wyatt (36) and ys trayturs band; and the sayd kynges mynysters dyd secretly practysse and gyff, and they favorabulle; with trumpeters blohyng, and a x harroldes of armes, and with my lord mayre (57) and the althermen; and by the lat Stafford (24) and with odur rebelles whom he had interteynyd in ys rayme, and dyver odur mo, the wyche be ther yett on-taken.

07 Jun 1557. [The same day was the Fishmongers' procession. The mass kept at saint Peter's, in Cornhill; three] crosses borne and a C. prestes in [copes; and clerks] syngyng Salve festa dies; and then cam the [parish with] whyt rodes, and then the craft of Fysmongers; [and after] my lord mayre (57) and the althermen, and alle the offesers with whyt rodes in ther handes; and so to Polles, and ther offered at the he auter, and after to dener to the Fysmongers hall to dener.

07 Jun 1557. The sam day be-gane a stage play at the Grey freers of the Passyon of Cryst.

08 Jun 1557. The viij day of Juinj cam a goodly prossessyon unto Powlles, and dyd oblassyon at the he auter [the altar], sant Clementes parryche with-out Tempylle-bare, with [iiijxx] baners and stremars, and the whettes of the cete playing; and a iijxx copes, and prestes and clarkes, and dyver of the ennes [inns] of the cowrt whent next the prestes; and then cam the parryche with whytt rodes in ther handes, and so bake agayne with the whettes playing, and prestes and clarkes syngyng, home-warde.

10 Jun 1557. The x day of Junij the Kyng (30) and the Quen (41) toke ther jorney toward Hamtun courte for to hunt and to kyll a grett hartt, with serten of the consell; and so the howswold tared at the Whytthalle, tylle the Saterday folowhyng they cam a-gayne to Whytthalle.

16 Jun 1557. The xvj day of June my yong duke of Norfoke (21) rod abrod, and at Stamford-hylle my lord havying a dage hangyng on ys sadylle bow, and by mysse-fortune dyd shutt [shoot] yt, and yt on [hit one] of ys men that ryd a-for, and so by mysse-forten ys horse dyd flyng, and so he hangyd by on of ys sterope(s), and so thatt the horse knokyd ys brayns owt with flyngyng owt with ys leges.

17 Jun 1557. [The xvij day of June, being Corpus Christi day, the King (30) and Queen (41) went in procession at Whitehall] thrughe the halle and the grett cowrtt-gate; [attended with as goodly] synging as ever was hard; and my (unfinished)

05 Jun 1557. The v day of Junj was bered in sant Peters in Chepe master Tylworth goldsmyth, with mony mornars, and with ij whytt branchys and xij stayffes torchys, and the xij pore men had gownes of mantyll frysse, and iiij grett tapurs; and ys mas was kefth [kept].... on Wyssunmonday, and after ther was a grett deener.

18 Jun 1557. The xviij day of Junj was ij cared to be bornyd beyonde sant Gorgeus, almost at Nuwhyngtun, for herese and odur matters.

19 Jun 1557. The xix day of June was bered in the parryche of sant Benettsheyroge old masteres Halle, the mother of master Edward Halle, of Gray('s) in, the wyche he sett forthe the cronnacle the wyche hes callyd master Halle('s) cronnaculle; and she dyd give serten good gownes boyth for men and vomen a xx; and ij feyre whytt branchys and x stayffes torches; and master Garrett and my lade behyng secturs, and my lade War .. and master Mossear and ys wyff and dyver odur had blake gownes.

10 Jun 1557. The x day of June dyd on of the chantere prest, dyd hang hym-selff with ys gyrdylle in ys chambur; ys name was ser John.

14 Jun 1557. The xiiij day of June was cared to the Towre serten gentyllmen, blyndfeld and muffelyd.

20 Jun 1557. The xx day of Junj dyd pryche my lord abbott of Westmynster (42) at Powlles Crosse, and mad a godly sermon of Dyves and Lazarus, and the crossear holdyng the stayffe at ys prechyng; and ther wher grett audyense, boyth the mayre (57) and juges and althermen, and mony worshepfulle.

21 Jun 1557. The xxi day of Junj was the Sextens' prossessyon, with standards and stremars a xxx and ode, with good syngyng and the westes playing, and the canepe borne, with iij qwerers songe, thrughe Nuwgatt and Old-bayle, and thrugh Ludgatt, and so to Powlles chyrche-yerde and in-to Chepe a-longe to the Cowper(s') halle to dener.... Westmynster abbay, at afternone, and the .. xij of the cloke.

17 Jun 1557. The x[vij] day of Junj was the store-howsse at Port[smouth] bornyd, and a gentyll-mansse howsse next unto hytt, and [both were] borntt, and all maner of thynges for war and vetelle.

23 Jun 1557. The xxiij day of Junj was bered master Byrd, cow[per, at] sant Martens in the vyntere, with ij whytt branchys and viij grett stayffe torchys; and he gayff vare good gownes to the pore men and women; and money mornares gownes, and the powre had blake gownes; and iiij grett tapurs ... clarkes, and after to drynke spysse-bred and wyne; and the morowe masse and a sarman, and after a grett dener and a dolle, for he dyd gyffe (unfinished)

23 Jun 1557. The sam day at sant Martens, the santuare lane e[nd, was a] pelere sett ther, and ther was a gold-smyth sett on for [making] conterfett rynges, and causyd them for to be sold for g[old, and] bolles lyke sylver and gold; and a woman sett up, for she was the broker, and theseller of the rynges.

24 Jun 1557. The xxiiij day of June was goodly serves [service] kept at the Frere Austens by the marchandes strangers as has bene sene.

29 Jun 1557. The xxix day of June, was sent Peters day, was a smalle fare keft in sant Margatt cherche-yerde, as wolle and odur smalle thynges, as tornars and odur: and the sam day was a godly prossessyon, the wyche my lord abbott (42) whent with ys myter and ys crosse and a grett nomber of copes of cloth of gold, and the wergers, and mony worshephull gentyll-men and women at Westmynster, went a prossessyon.

29 Jun 1557. The sam day at after-non was the ij-yere myne [two-years mind] of good master Lewyn, yrmonger, and at ys durge was alle the leverey; the furst master altherman Draper; and after to her plasse, and they had a kake and a bone a pesse, be-syd the parryche and all comers, and wyne he-nowgh for all comers.

30 Jun 1557. [The last day of June, saint Paul's day, was a goodly procession at saint Paul's. There was a priest of every] parryche of the dyosses of Londun, [with a cope, and the bishop] of Londun wayreng ys myter; and after cam [a fat buck,] and ys hed with the hornes borne a-pone a baner [-pole, and] xl hornes blohyng a-for the boke and be-hynd.

30 Jun 1557. The sam day was the Marchandes-tayllers' fest, [where] was master of the compene master George Eytune; and thay [had] lx bokes [bucks] at the fest, and he gayffe to ys one parryche [two] bokes to make mere; and ther dynyd at the fest [the lord] mayre (57) and the shreyffes, and dyver worshephulle men, and my lord mayre (57) dyd chusse master Malere altherman shreyff for the kyng for thys yere folohyng.

30 Jun 1557. The sam day the Kyng('s) (30) grace rod on untyng [hunting] in-to the forest, and kyllyd a grett stage with gones [guns].