Diary of Henry Machyn September 1555

Diary of Henry Machyn September 1555 is in Diary of Henry Machyn 1555.

04 Sep 1555. [The same day were certain bishops, viz. doctor Corwyn (55) archbishop of] Duvylyne [Dublin], [doctor William] Glyne (51) bysshoppe of Bangor, (and) doctur (James Turberville) bysshope of Exsseter, alle consecratyd at Powlles.

10 Sep 1555. The x day of September was bered my lade Lyons, the mares of London [wife of John Lyon Lord Mayor of London 1514-1592 (41)], with a goodly [herse] mad in sant Benet-sherog parryche, with ij branchys, and xxiiij gownes of blake for pore men; and thay had xxiiij torchys, with v banars, one of armes, and iiij of emages, and vj dosen pensells, and vij dosen of skochyons, and ij harold(s) of armes, and c. mornars in blake, and the althermen folohyng the corsse, and after the [company of] the Grosers, and the morow the masse, and master H .. dyd pryche, and after a grett dener.

15 Sep 1555. The xv day of September dyd pryche at Powlles (blank), and he declaryd (the) Pope('s) jubele and pardon from Rome, and as mony as wyll reseyffe ys pardon so to be shryff, and fast iij days in on wyke, and to reseyffe the blessed sacrement the next Sonday affter, clen remyssyon of all ther synes tossyens quossyens [toties quoties] of all that ever they dyd.

20 Sep 1555. The xx day of September was cared from Nugatt unto the lolrar stowre serten men.

1555 Great Flood

29 Sep 1555. The xxix day of September was the grettest rayn and fludes that ever was sene in England, that all low contreys was drounyd, and in dyver plasses boyth men and catell drounyd, and all the marssys, and sellers boyth of wyne and bere and alle and odur marchandysse, in London and odur plassys, drounyd; and the rayne begane after Bathellmuw-tyd telle sant Edwardes tyde, after not x days fayre....ij goodly whytt branchys and xij longe torchys .... stayffes torchys grett, and a c. mornars in blake, [xij poor] men and xij women, and all xxiiij in rosett gownes [and the] vomen raylles apon ther heds, and iiij gylt candyllstykes, with iiij grett tapurs and xx prestes and xx clarkes.

29 Sep 1555. The sam day at after-none was bered master Barthelett sqwyre and prynter unto Kyng Henry; and was bered with pennon and cote-armur, and iiij dosen of skochyons and ij whytt branchys and iiij gylt candyllstykes, and mony prestes and clarkes, and mony mornars, and all the craftes of prynters, boke-sellers, and all stassyoners a ...

04 Sep 1555. The iiij day of September the Quen('s) (39) grace and my lady Elsabeth (21), and all the court, dyd fast from flessh, and toke the Popes jubele and pardon grantyd to alle men.