John Stow's Annales of England 1550 is in John Stow's Annales of England.
02 Feb 1550. On Candlemas day, William L. Saint-John earle of Wiltshire (67), L. great master, and president of the Counsell, was made Lord Treasurer: John Dudley earle of Warwike (46), lord great chamberlaine, was made lorde great master; William Parre Marques of Northhampton (38), was made Lorde great Chamberlaine: Lord Wentworth (49) was made L. chamberlaine of houshold: Sir Anthony Wingfield (63) captaine of the guard, was made comptroller of the kings house; and Thomas Darcy (43) knight, was made viz chamberlaine, and captaine of the Guard: and the earle of Arundel (74) late lord Chamberlaine, with the Earle of Southampton (44), were put of the counsell, and commanded to heepe their houses in London.
The submission of the D. of Somerset (50) prisoner in the tower, made the 2, of Febuary.
30 Jul 1550. The 30. of Julie, Thomas Lord Wriothesley Earle of South-hampton Knight of the garter, and one of the executoꝛs to king Henry the 8. deceased Lincoln place in Holborne, and was buried in S.Andrewes church there.
22 Jan 1550. The 22 of January John earle of Bedford (65), William L. Paget (44), Sir Wil. Peter Knight, one of the kings Secretaries, and Sir John Mason knight, chiefe clearkeof the Counfell, were sent into France Ambassadours to the French king.