Diary of Henry Machyn November 1553 is in Diary of Henry Machyn 1553.
05 Nov 1553. The v day of November dyd pryche master Feknam (38) at sant Mare Overays a-for non, and ther wher at ys sermon the yerle of Devonshyre (26), ser Antony Browne (24), and juge Morgayn, and dyvers odur nobull men.
The sam day at after-non dyd prych master Feknam (38) at sant Sthevyns in Walbroke, and ther wher serten pepull mad besenes for the sermon, and ther wher juge Browne (44), ser Rownland Hyll (55), ser Rechard Dobes (22), ser John Yorke (43); and sum wher sent to the mare [mayor], and to the Conter.
13 Nov 1553. [The 13th of November were arraigned at Guildhall doctor Cranmer (64), archbishop of Canterbury, the lord] Gylfford Dudlay (18), the sune of the duke of Northumberland (49) and my lade Jane (17) ys wyff, the doythur of the duke of Suffoke-Dassett (36), and the lord Hambrosse Dudlay (23), [and the] lord Hare Dudlay (22), the wyche lade Jane was proclamyd [Queen]: they all v wher cast for to dee.
19 Nov 1553. The xix day of November dyd pryche master Feknam (38) at sant Stheyns in Walbroke, and ther he mad the goodliest sermon that ever was hard of the blessed sacrament of the body and blud for to be after the consecracion.
24 Nov 1553. The xxiiij day of November dyd ryd in a c[art] Cheken, parsun of sant Necolas Coldabbay, [round] a-bowt London, for he sold ys wyff to a bowcher.
25 Nov 1553. The xxv day of November was sa[nt Katharine's] day, and at nyght they of Powlles whent a prossessyon abowt Powlles stepull with gret lyghtes, and [before them] sant Kateryn, and syngyng, with a vc. lyghtes allmost halffe a noure, and when all was don thay rong all the belles of Powlles at vj of the cloke.
15 Nov 1553. The xv day of November wher creatyd serten harolds, as Rugedragan creatyd Yorke, and Ruge-crosse creatyd Lankastur, and Huw master Garter('s) servand created Ruge-crosse, and Wyllyam my lord Cobham('s) servand [created Rouge-dragon], and Kokes the duke of Northumberland('s) servand creatyd Parkolles.
26 Nov 1553. The xxvj day of November dyd pryche master Whyt, warden at Powlles, mad a goodly sermon that we shuld have prossessyon.
[On the same day was a goodly herse for the late King Edward, hung with cloth of tissue, and a cross and a pax, silver] candyllstykes, and xiij bedmen holdyng of tapurs, and the durge song in Laten, and the masse on the morowe.
30 Nov 1553. The xxx day of November was a godly sermon [at St. Paul's,] the wyche was sant Andrew's day, the wyche dyd pryche [master] doctur Borne; and after a generall prossessyon abowt [the church] in Laten with ora pro nobis, and the morow after a-nodur [sermon preached by Dr.] Harfeld, and prossessyon with the old Latene; and so [the Wednesday after a] prossessyon, and so thrugh England to be had.