Diary of Henry Machyn September 1556 is in Diary of Henry Machyn 1556.
01 Sep 1556. The furst day of September was sant Gylles day, and ther was a goodly prossessyon abowt the parryche with the whettes, and the canepe borne, and the sacrement, and ther was a godly masse songe as bene hard; and master Thomas Grenelle [Greenhill], waxchandler, mad a grett dener for master Garter and my lade, and master Machylle the shreyffe and ys wyff, and boyth the chamburlayns, and mony worshefull men and women at dener, and the whettes playng and dyver odur mynsterelles, for ther was a grett dener.
06 Sep 1556. The vj day of September was bered at Barking church in London master Phelype Dennys sqwyre, with cote [armour, ...] of armes, and ij whytt branchys and xij torchys, [iiij] grett tapurs, a ij dosen of skchochyons of armes; the wyche he was a goodly man of armes and [a great] juster, kyng Henry the viijth behyng at Tornay beyond see in Franse, the wyche was englang t ....
07 Sep 1556. The vij day of September was bered within the Towre of London, the wyche was the evyn of the natevete of owre Lade, on master (blank) Lecknolle, sum-tyme grome porter onto quen Mare, the wyche was kast to suffer deth for the consperacy agaynst the kynge and the quen.
15 Sep 1556. The xv day of September was bered at sant Peter the Powr hard by Frer Austyne, with a harold kareyng his cott armur and a penon of armes, and ij fayre whyt-branches and xij stayffe torchys and .... tapurs and a dosen and d. of skochyons, and the powre men had mantyll frys gownes; and mony mornars; on master (blank) Lucas sqwyre, sum-tyme on of the masters of the request unto kyng Henry the viijth.
19 Sep 1556. The xix day of September dyd the Quene('s) (40) grace remove from Croydun the bysshope of Canthurbere('s) plasse unto sant James in the feld be-yond Charyng-crosse, her own plasse, with my lord cardenall (56) and (unfinished).
19 Sep 1556. The xix day of September was proclamyd in London by a xij of the cloke, the crear havyng the quen('s) selle [seal], that rosse pense [rose pence] shullde nott be taken after the cry was mad, butt in Yrland to be taken for pense.
21 Sep 1556. The xxj day of September was a grett rumor in London abowtte stesturns [testerns] in Chepe, Belynggatt, Leydynhalle, Nuwgatt markett, amonge markett folke and meyllmen, by noythe [naughty] parsuns [persons], and that my lord mayre and the ij shreyffes was fayne to go in-to the marketts for (to) sett pepull in a stay, and so to Nuwgatt markett, and ther sold melle for ....
After 21 Sep 1556. [The ... day of September was buried at saint] Martens be-syd Charyng-crosse ser [Humphrey Forster] knyghtt of (blank) shyre, with ij goodly whytt branchys, xxiiij stayffe torchys, and iiij tapurs ... a pesse, and with a harold of armes with hy[s coat armour,] and ys pennon of armes and ys cott armur, [targatt,] and sword and elmett, and crest, and vj dosen of [scocheons]; and the chyrche hangyd with blake and armes; [and many] morners.
26 Sep 1556. The xxvj day of September was bered in Essex at Southmynster, on master William Har[ris,] sheriff of Essex, notabulle ryche both in landes and fermes; with a pennon .... and cott armur, and iiij baners of emages of armes, and a vj dosen of skoychyons; and mony morners, and a grett dolle.