Diary of Henry Machyn September 1560

Diary of Henry Machyn September 1560 is in Diary of Henry Machyn 1560.

20 Sep 1560. The xx day of September was bered in (Kent) master Recherd Howllett of Sydnam sqwyre, in the parryche of Lussam, with a pennon of armes and a cott armur and a ij dosen of skochyons of armes and a d' of [buckram,] and master West dyd pryche, and after to Sydnam to dener, the wyche was a fyse [fish] dener and the godlest dener that has bene in Kentt for all kyndes of fysse [both] fresse and salt, and ther was (unfinished)

23 Sep 1560. The xxiij day of September was bered in Sussex ser John Pellam knyght [Note. Probably Nicholas Pelham 1517-1560 (43)], with a standard and a pennon of armes and a cott armur, elmett, crest, targett, mantylls, and sword, a iiij dosen of skochyons and d', and master Somersett was the harold.

25 Sep 1560. The xxv day of September was bered my lord Montegul (53), with a herse and a mageste [majesty] and valans of sarsenett, and iiij grett skochyons of armes, and a vj dosen of skochyons and vj of bokeram, and a standard and a grett baner of armes, and iiij baner-rolles of dyvers armes, and a cott armur, targett and sword, elmett, mantylles, and [crest;] and master Norrey (50) and Ruge-dragon the haroldes, and iiij dosen of ...

27 Sep 1560. The xxvij day of September was a proclamassyon that the best testons should goo for no more but iiijd. [a piece]; and the testons of the lyone, the flowre de lusse, and the harpe [but] for ij pens q.; and a penny iij fardynges; and ob hopene and a fardyng.