Henry Machyn's Diary 1563

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Henry Machyn's Diary 1563 January

Jan 1563. The (blank) day of January ther was a Frenche mayd dwellyng in the Whytt frerers in Fletstrett she was delevered of a pratte [pretty] gyrlle, and after she brake the neke of the chyld, and cared yt in-to Holborn feld, and bered (it) undur a turffe; and ther was a man and a woman dyd folowe her, and saw wher she layd yt, and toke her, and browth her thedur, and mad her take yt up, and browth here to the altherman's depute, and he send her to the conter.

12 Jan 1563. [The xij day of January the Queen's second Parliament began to sit at Westminster, and the] lordes and byshopes rod in ther [parliament robes, and] the Quen('s) (age 29) grase in cremesun welvett, [and the earl of] Northumburland (age 35) bare the sword a-for the quen; [all the] haroldes of armes in ther cotte armurs, and all the trumpettes [blowing], and lythe at owre lade of Grace chapell, and they [went in]to the abbay, and ther was a sermon (by Nowell (age 46), dean of Saint Paul's.)

29 Jan 1563. The xxix day of January was bered in sant [Olave's?] in the Jury my lade Dormer, late the wyff of ser Myghell Dormer [knyght], latt mare of London and merser and stapuller, .... and master doctur Dalle and ser Thomas her chaplen her sekturs [executors], and ther [were four] haroldes of armes, master Somersett, master Clarenshux (age 53), Marshalle and Ry[chmond,] and the qwyre hangyd with blake and armes, and ther was .... the corse and hangyd with blake and armes, and then cam the corse [covered with a] palle of blake velvett with armes a-pon bokeram skochyons; [and there were] iij pennons of armes borne a-boutt the corse; and xxvj roset gownes for so many pore women, and a lx blake gownes and cottes; [and there] dyd pryche the vekar, callyd Busken, of the parryche; and a v dosen of skochyons of armes, and after to here plase to dener.

30 Jan 1563. The xxx day of January dyd ij women ryd a-bowtt London in a care; on for a common skold, with a dystaffe in her hand; the thodur with a whyt rod in here hand, with bluw hodes on ther hedes, for okuw-pye her owne gayre.

Henry Machyn's Diary 1563 February

02 Feb 1563. The ij day of Feybruary callyd Candyllmasse day ther was serten men whent to Duram plase and to sant Mare spyttyll to here masse, and ther was serten of them cared by the gard and othur men to the contur and odur plases.

07 Feb 1563. The vij day of Feybruary dyd pryche at Powlles crosse [Map] the byshope of Durram (age 43), the sonday callyd Septuagesyma.

10 Feb 1563. The x day of Feybruary was browth a-bed within [the] Towre with a sune my lade Katheryn Harfford (age 22), wyff to the yerle of Harfford (age 23), and the god-fathers wher ij warders of the Towre, and ys name was callyd Thomas.

Feb 1563. The (blank) day of Feybruary was crystened at sant Androwes in the warderobe Gorge Bacun the sune of master Bacun sqwyre, sum-tyme serjant of the catre [Acatry] by quen Mare days; ys god-fathers wher yonge master Gorge Blakewelle and master Walpolle; godmodur mastores Sens Draper of Cammerell [Camberwell] be-yond Nuwhyngtun; and after grett chere.

Feb 1563. The .. day of Feybruary was mared at Allalows ... Davenett marchand-tayller unto master Sparke('s) dowther; .... of Wynchester mad the sermon at the marege, and after a grett dener, and at nyght a maske.

15 Feb 1563. The xv day of Feybruary cam rydyng to London [through Ch]epe unto Cold Harbard my yonge lord Talbott (age 11) with iij skore [horse].

16 Feb 1563. The xvj day of Feybruary were ij men sett on the pelere at Westmynster, one master Thymbulbere and on (blank) Charnok for ...

17 Feb 1563. The xvij day of Feybruary was a dobull marege at [Baynard's] Castyll [Map] at the yerle of Pembroke('s) plase, my lord Talbot (age 11) unto my lade (Anne) Harbard (age 13), and my lord Harbard of Cardyff (age 25) unto my lade (age 13) the [eldest] syster unto my lord Talbot (age 11); and after was a grett denner as [has] bene sene, for iiij days, and evere nyght gret mummeres and m[asks.]

20 Feb 1563. The xx day of Feybruary was bered at sant Brydes in Flettstrett master Denham (deceased) sqwyre, and the chyrche ther was mad ray[led] and hangyd with blake and armes, and he was cared to the chyrche, a-for him a mornar bayryng a pennon of armes, and after cam a harold of armes bayryng ys cott armur, and then cam the corse with a palle of blake velvett with armes on yt, and iiij of ys men bare hym; and then the mornars, the cheyffe was ser Recherd Sakfeld, and a xx mo mornars; and the dene of Westmynster (age 34) mad the sermon; and after ther was a grett dener of all maner of fysse; and a ij dosen of skochyons.

20 Feb 1563. The sam day was bered at my lord of Bedford('s) one master Sant John, with vj skochyons of armes of bokeram.

22 Feb 1563. The xxij day of Feybruary, was Shroyff-monday, at Charyngcrosse [Map] ther was a man cared of iiij men, and a-for hym a bagpype playng, a shame and a drum playhyng, and a xx lynkes bornyng a-bowtt hym, because ys next neybor('s) wyff ded bett here hosband; ther-for yt (is) ordered that ys next naybor shall ryd a-bowtt the plase.... gayff xxiiij good gownes .... gayff a lx gowne and cottes of blake and .... worshephull men and women to bryng her; [and the] cheyrche was hangyd with blake and armes, ... skochyons of armes; and master Beycun mad the sermon; [and so] home to ys plase to dener.

Feb 1563. The ... day of Feybruary was cared by water unto the .... vj on master Foskue ... of the Poolles.

Henry Machyn's Diary 1563 March

04 Mar 1563. The iiij day (of) Marche ther was a man's dowther dwellyng in sant James in Garlyke heyff, in the plase that w[as the] yerle of Wosetur('s) plase, she was delevered with a chyld, and after caste yt owt of a wyndow in-to Temes, and after Daker co ...

08 Mar 1563. The viij day of Marche wher hangyd at Tyburne [Map] x men; [one] was Brutun, and (blank) after browth bake to sant Pulkurs ther to be bered, and ther master Veron the vecar mad a sermon for them.

08 Mar 1563. The sam (day) mastores Bacun was chyrched at sant Androw's in warderobe, the wyff of master Bacun sergantt of the catre unto quen Mare, and after she whent home unto here father's howse master Blakwelle, and so she and a grett compene of gentyll women had a grett dener as cold be had as for lentt, as for fysse.

17 Mar 1563. The xvij day of Marche dyd on master Lynsey armorer dwellyng in Byshope-gatt strett dyd hang hym-seylff in a preve howse with-in ys hone howse, for he had ys offes taken away from hym by on that he had browth up.

17 Mar 1563. The sam day ther was a mad [maid] dwellyng in Hay lane with master Campyon berbruar [beer brewer] in grett Allalowes in Temes-strett dyd falle owt of a wyndow and brake her neke.

17 Mar 1563. The sam day at the Well with ij [2] bokettes in sant Martens [Map] ther was (a) woman dwellyng ther toke a pere of sherers for to have cutt here throwtt, butt she myssyd the pype in here syknes and madnes, and with a day after she ded and was bered ther in the parryche.... and to the Masselsay [Map] to the .... that he had a lysens for to kyll fl[esh.]

Mar 1563. [The .. ] day of Marche ther stod a man at Powlles [with a white] shett a-bowtt hym for gettyng ys owne dowther .., that after she ded.

21 Mar 1563. The xxj day of Marche dyd pryche at Powlles crosse [Map] the byshope of Wynchastur (age 53), and mad a godly sermon.

22 Mar 1563. The xxij day of Marche was mad for ser Wylliam Fuwilliam that ded in the tym of kyng Henre the viijth and was bered [in the county] of Northamtun, furst a nuw standard and a penon and armes, [coat] armur, elmett and mantyll, crest, targett, and sword; and the old tak[en away; the] crest a busse of fethers standyng with-in a crown of gold.

21 Mar 1563. The xxj day of Marche tydynges cam to the cowrt that on off the quen's shypes callyd the Grahond was lost gohyng to Nuwhavyn; the captayn was ser Thomas Fynche (deceased) knyghtt of Kent, and ys brodur and on of my lord Cobbam('s) brodur and ij of my lord Whentforth ('s) bredurne [John Wentworth (deceased) and James Wentworth (deceased)] and mony gentyll men and mynstorels; [one] of my lord of Warwyke('s) newys [nephews], and a good mastur; and mony [good] marenars and sawgears [soldiers] to the nombur of (blank)

26 Mar 1563. The xxvj day Marche was bered the good lade Chastur [at] Rayston, the wyff of ser Robartt Chastur knyght, with a pennon of armes and a iiij dosen of skochyons and a vj of bokeram, and the chyrche hangyd with blake and armes, and master Somersett was the harold; and ther was mony mornars in blake, and grett mon [moan] mad for her, and a sarmon, and a grett dolle of money, and mett and drynke, and after a grett dener.

29 Mar 1563. The xxix day of Marche was browthe from sant Savyour's late abbay in Barmsey-strett to be bered my good lade Lane the wyff of ser Robart Lane of Northamtunshyre, and was bered in sant Towllys in Sowthwarke [Map], and ded in chyld-bede; and with xx clarkes, and a-for the corse a xij of her servandes in blake cottes a-for here, and then cam serten gentyll-men mornars, and then cam the penon of armes borne by a gentyll-man, and then cam master Clarenshux (age 53), and next the corse borne by vj women, and iiij gentyll-men mornars beyryng the iiij corners of the palle of blake velvett, and with armes, and after to the chyrche, and syngyng the clarkes; andt her dyd pryche master Coverdalle (age 75).

Mar 1563. [The .. day of March was buried master David Woodroffe, alderman and haberd]asher [of London,] .... and I blake gownes and cottes and .... whent a-for hym and after a xx clarkes [with their surplices] a-pon ther armes, and next iiij althermen in [violet]; then cam a morner, beyryng hys pennon of ys [arms], a harold beyryng ys cotte armur, and next master Clarenshux (age 53) [in his] cott armur kyng of armes, and next cam the corse covered with a pall of blake velvett and with armes hangyng of ytt, and vj [mourners] beyreng the corse, and next ij pennons borne on evere syd; [the chief] mornar master Voderoff ys eldest (son), and next master Stonhowse ys sune [in law, and a]nodur sune and a-nodur sune-elaw, and mony odur mornars, [to the] chyrche, and then mony women mornars; the iiij althermen [sir William] Garrett, ser Thomas Offeley (age 63), ser Wylliam Chastur and master Cristoffer D[raper]; and (the) chyrche hangyd with blake and armes rond a-bowtt, andin .... the chyrche was raylles mad and hangyd with blake, [and] the strett hangyd with blake and armes, and the howse; and .... dyd pryche; and after they offered ys cott and pennon of armes, and all the mornars and the craft offered, and after [to his place] to dener.

31 Mar 1563. The xxx day of Marche in Kent master Marlow, a marchand [living] at Crayford, dyd ryd to ys farme a mylle off to loke [over it], and after ryd in-to the marche [marsh] a-pon the walle, and by mysf[ortune] fell of on ys horse, and ded for lake of help, for ther [was no]body with hym to help ym.

Henry Machyn's Diary 1563 April

01 Apr 1563. The furst day of Aprell ther was a man dwellyng at the Bryghowse, on Chalenger a baker of the Bryg-howse; he was send for to the yeld-hall a-for my lord mayre (age 54) and the althermen, and he was juged to go be-twyne ij of the off-ffesars of the hospetall to the bryg-howse, and a-for him was cared a fyne pelere by on of the hospetalle.

07 Apr 1563. The vii day of Aprell at sant Katheryns be-yond the Towre [Map] the wyff of the syne of the Rose a tavarne was set on the pelere for ettyng of rowe flesse [raw flesh] and rostyd boyth, and iiij women was sett in the stokes all nyght tyll ther hosbandes dyd feyche them hom.

Apr 1563. The (blank) day of Aprell cam serten of the consell to the Byshope('s) hed in Lumbardstrett.... ys fase toward the hors taylle .... hym and that he was taken for tellyng .... honest men of talle pellettes.

12 Apr 1563. The xij day of Aprell, was Ester monday, dyd pryche at sant Mare spyttyll master Horne (age 53) the byshope of Wynchastur, and ther was my lord mare (age 54) and the althermen in skarlett, and certen juges and serjantes of the law, and mony worshephulle men and women, and the masturs of the hospetall with ther gren stayffes in ther handes, [and the] chylderyne of the hospetall boyth boysse and wenchys in bluw [coats and] red capes [caps] to the nombur of a (blank), and ther was geydered at the sermon for the Frenche men [refugees] in-to England women and chylderyn the sum of xlv li.

13 Apr 1563. The xiij day of Aprell dyd pryche at sant Mare spyttyll tuwysday in Ester weeke master Colle parsun of Hehenger in Essex and (dean elect) of Norwyche, and my lord mare (age 54) and ij juges and the althermen and byshopes, with all the masturs of the hospetall and the chylderyn.

14 Apr 1563. The xiiij day of Aprell dyd pryche at the spyttylle the wedynsday the dene of Powlles (age 46) in Ester wyke.

18 Apr 1563. The xviij day of Aprell dyd pryche at Powlles crosse [Map] master Bradley, and he declaryd the iij sermons that was prychyd at the spyttylle.

18 Apr 1563. The sam day at after-none was cristenyd my lord mayre's (age 54) son; the godfathers wher, on [one] the yerle of Penbroke (age 62), and (unfinished)

18 Apr 1563. The sam day in Sowthwarke was cristenyd the dowther of master Necolles, the god-father master Spryngham, the godmodurs my [lady] Garrett and my lade Bowyes, and after to the bryghe-howse to her father('s), and ther was a grett bankett at master Necolles plase.

22 Apr 1563. The xxij day of Aprell, was sant Gorge's evyn, at v of the cloke the knyghtes of the Garter cam downe from the quen('s) chambur thrugh the halle to here chapell, and yt was strod with gren ryssys, [and all] the haroldes in ther cott armurs, master Perkullys, master Ruges-dragon, master Lanckaster, master Rychmond, and master Somersett, and master Norray (age 65) and master Clarenshux (age 53), master Garter (age 53), and master dene, my lord of Hunsdon (age 37), my lord Montyguw (age 34), my lord Robartt (age 30), my lord of Lughborow (age 42), the yerle of Shrowsbere (age 35), my lord admeralle (age 51), my lord chamburlayn, the yerle of Ruttland (age 36), the yerle of Darbe (age 53), the marques of Northamtun (age 51), the duke of Northfoke (age 27), (the) yerle of Arundell (age 50), and the yerle of Penbroke (age 62), and so evere man to ys own plase in the chapell of ther owne sett.... cam a prosessyon up thrugh the halle to .... furst the serjant of the vestre with a sylver rod, [then the] chylderyn in ther surples, and then the qwyre sy[nging the English] prosessyon in copes of cloth of gold to the nombur of .... haroldes of armes and sergantes of armes, furst Ruges[croix and] Ruge-dragon, and then cam master Lonkastur and master Rychmond and master [Somerset;] furst my lord of Hunsdon, my lord Montyguw, my lord Robartt, my lord of Lowthborow, my lord admeralle, my lord chamburlayn, the yerle of Rutland, the yerle of [Shrewsbury,] the yerle of Darbe, the yerle of Penbroke, the marques of [Northampton,] the yerle of Arundell, the duke of Northfoke; and then [master Garter,] master Norres (age 65), the dene of the chapell, they iij in cremesun saten v[elvet;] and next the byshope of Wynchestur and ser Wylliam Peter in [robes of] cremesun velvett with red crosses on ther robes, and ser .... and the yerle of Northumberland bare the sword, and the(n) the [Queen] in her robe, and master Knolles bare the quen('s) trayn, and after ....

24 Apr 1563. The xxiiij day of Aprell was a proclamasyon by my [lord mayor (age 54)] that no mylle-man shuld bryng nodur melle nor whet [from] May-day unto Myghellmas next, a-pon pene of (blank), tyll they had spentt the whett and rye that the cete [had made] provessyon for.

24 Apr 1563. The sam day was elected knyghtes of the Garter the yerle of Northumberland (age 35) and the yerle of Warwyke (age 33).

25 Apr 1563. The xxv day of Aprell ded master Chamley the recorder of Lo[ndon.]

30 Apr 1563. The xxx day of Aprelle was cared to berehyng from sant Margett in Lothbere unto sant Donstones in Whest [Map] master Chamley the recorder, and ther was a C [100] mornars in blake, and the swardbayrer, and my lord mare and dyvers althermen and the reseduw [...] vyolett, and a lx gowne to pore men; and sant Donstones cherche hangyd with blake and armes, and raylles mad for the body; and so they whentt throughe Chep-syd, and so to Nuwgat, and so up Flett strett to sant Donstones, furst ij porters in blake, and then the pore men, and then serten mornars, and on bayryng ys baner of armes, and then ij haroldes of armes, and on ys cot beyryng, and then cam the corse with a pall of blake velvett and with armes, and then cam ij mornars baryng ij pennons of armes, and then the mornars cam, ser Thomas Lee, ser Wylliam Garrett, ser Thomas Offeley (age 63), master John Whytt, and after my lord mayre; and after ij C. of the yn of the cortes to the chyrche, and a xx of clarkes syngyng; and master Goodman (age 34) mad the sermon; and after to the plase to dener, for ther was the grettyst dener that ever I sawe.... strett, and he gayff for ys .... of rattes coller unto xxx pore men, and .... chyrche was hangyd with blake and armes ... the mornars and the corse hangyd with blake and armes ... furst whent the pore men, then cam a mornar beyryng a pennon of armes, and next a harold beyryng ys cote armur, and then cam the corse with a pall of blake velvett and with [arms, and] then the clarkes metyng the corse, and then cam master ... cheyff mornar, and dyvers odur mornars; and the dene of Westmynster mad the sermon.

Henry Machyn's Diary 1563 May

05 May 1563. The v day of May was bered at Powlles ser Peter .... sum-tym Popes collectur and prebendare of Powlles; master Sercotte was ys sectur; with a ij dosen of skochyons, .. master (blank) mad the sermon, and bered a-for wher that the postulles mas [apostles mass] was keptt and songe.

10 May 1563. The x day of May was cared to be bered from Chanell row unto sant Margattes at Westmynster [Map] ser James Stumpe knyght, with ij haroldes of armes, one beyryng ys helmet and crest, and master Somersett beyryng ys cote armur; furst pore men whent a-for a mornars, and then a clarke syngyng, and next a mornar beyryng ys standard and anodur ys pennon of armes, and then the haroldes, and then cam the corse with a pall of blake velvett a-pon hym, and with armes, and a herse for the body hangyd with blake and armes, and the chyrche hangyd.

May 1563. The (blank) day of May was mad for on master Gyfford (age 40) of Northamtunshyre sqwyre a pennon and a cote of armur and a ij dosen of armes.

May 1563. The (blank) day of May was mayd for a gentyllman of Dovre ys nam (blank) the wyche he was drownyd at Rye [going] with ser Thomas Fynche; he had a pennon of armes and a cote armur and a dosen of skochyons.

11 May 1563. The xj day of May was a fyre in Barbykan at my lade Suffoke's plase be-syd the Red-crosse strett, by a Frenche man that kept the plase-a part bornyd.

23 May 1563. The xxiij day of May .... lord the duke of Northfoke (age 27) was .... vycont Montyguw (age 34) and my lord of Luthborow (age 42) .... and the yerle of Northumberland (age 35) and the yerle of [Warwick] (age 33) stallyd knyghtes of the Garter; and ser Henry Sydney (age 34) was depute for the yerle of Warwyke (age 33), and he bare ys hode and ys coller of the garter a-pone ys arme.

29 May 1563. The xxix day of May be-twyn iij and iiij a[fter noon] came a grett clape of thondur and after a grett [rain] that yt rane in-to many men's howses, [and lasted] tylle nyght.

Henry Machyn's Diary 1563 June

03 Jun 1563. The iij day of June was bered in sant James [Garlick-hithe?] master Coldwell gentyllman and a laer [lawyer] with halff a [dozen] skochyons of bokeram, and ther was a x mornars .... and women, and ther was a xij clarkes syngyng .... ded of a laske; and master Beycon mad the sermon.

10 Jun 1563. The x day of June was a degre [decree] mayd a-for my lord [the duke] of Northfoke (age 27), and master Garter (age 53) and master Clarenshux (age 53) and master Norrey (age 65), that master Garter have the berehyng of all knyghtes of the Garter and all yerles and ther [wives] and all lordes and ther wyffes and vyconttes.

10 Jun 1563. The sam day ded my lord Pagett (age 57) at Draytun.

13 Jun 1563. The xiij day of June by a stylle the fyre had taken hold of a pese of tymber; yf that ther had not bene good helpe yt had done myche hurt, for yt was a-monge the drapers in Watlyngstrett be-syd Bowe lane.

14 Jun 1563. The xiiij day of June the Quen('s) (age 29) grace removyd from Whythall by water toward Grenwyche [Map], and a-bowt Ratclyff [Map] and Lymhowse [Map] capten Stukely dyd shuwe here grace the pleysur that cold be on the water with shuttyng of gones after lyke warle with plahhyng of drumes and trum[pets.]

Jun 1563. [The . day of June was the funeral of the lord Paget (age 57)] .... with a standard and a grett banar .... banar-rolles of armes and a cott armur .... garter, helme, and crest, and mantylles and sword .... dosen of skochyons, and a iiij dosen of penselles [about the] herse.

16 Jun 1563. The xvj day of June dyd ryd in a care [to the] yeld-hall [Map] docthur Langton the phesyssyon in a g[own] of damaske lynyd with velvett and a cott of velvett .... and a cape [cap] of velvett, and he had pynd a bluw ho[od on] ys cape, and so cam thrugh Chepe-syd on the market [day,] and so a-bowtt London, for was taken with ij wenchys yonge a-tones.

19 Jun 1563. The xix day of June yt raynyd swett showrs tyll x of the cloke.

19 Jun 1563. The sam day in the mornyng ther was sett on dyvers chyrche dorres, be-cause that he sayd that they dyd not ryng when that the quen whent to Grenwyche, and that they shuld not open the chyrche dors tyll that he had a nobull on evere chyrche by the water syde from Tempull bare unto the Towre, but he cold gett no thyng yett.

19 Jun 1563. The sam day was browth to the Towre [Map] serten .... for ther was capten callyd .... conveyed them away for they [were gone to] Grayff-ende [Map] and browth bake to the Towre [Map] agayne.

26 Jun 1563. The xxvj day of June ther was taken in Dystaffe lane the persun of Abchyrche be-syd London stone .... he havyng a wyff, and wher that he la a-bowtt .... have hys pleasur on her, and offered her serten money, and the plase [ap-] ponted, and she mad her fryndes [aware] of yt, and so they stod in a plases tyll he had mad .... off with gowne and jakett, and downe with hosse .... whether that any .... that the curett and the chyrche wardens .... howse wher the plage [plague] shall hapen .... they .... that they shall not come to the chyrche for the spase.... next folohyng after that the plage has bene, and so [a cross was] sett at evere dore of bluw and a wrytyng un[der] ....

Henry Machyn's Diary 1563 July

05 Jul 1563. The v day of July ded master Ellys Oggraffe of Lan .... Harfordshyre sqwyre, and bered the x day of July.

09 Jul 1563. The ix day of July cam a commondementt .... that evere man in evere strett and lane for to ma[ke fires] iij tymes in the weke for to have the ere opon .... sese the plage [plague] in the cete, and yff ytt plese God so .... so to contenew the fyre in evere strett and lane [every] Wedynsday and Fryday.

08 Jul 1563. The viij day of July cam a commondementt that [all] halles of craftes in London shuld fynd to the iiij .... in alle the hast that may be, for to goo to Porthm [outh] in all the sped that may.

13 Jul 1563. The xiij day of July master Clarenshux (age 53) rod toward Suffoke a-pon ys vesytassyon [visitation] of ys offes.

16 Jul 1563. The xvj day of July was bered in the parryche of saynt Step[hen's by] London stone master Berre sqwyre and draper and marchand of the stapull, [with a] harold of armes, and he had a cott armur and a penon .... of skochyons of armes, and ys plase was hangyd with blake .... the cherche hangyd with blake and armes, and [there were] all the craft in ther leverey; ser Wylliam Ch[ester] (age 54) cheyff mornar, and master Argall next, and master John Bere, [and then the] corse with a pall of blake velvett and mony .... mad the sermon, and all dune to the plase [to dinner, for there was a] grett dener.... bered in lytyl Allalows .... master Crolley (age 46) mad the [sermon] ....

Jul 1563. The .. day of July was on (blank) Penred [that had a] chyld to lerne, and for a sm[all fault did] bett [beat] hym so [severely] with a leden gyrdyll with bu[ckles, that he left] no skyne [on his] body and .... almost pu .... ys master was sett on the pelere and wypyd with [... that his] blude ran downe, and with that my lord mare (age 54) [passed] thrughe Chepe-syd the boye was sett on the pelere, [and his c]oatt was taken of ys body that my lord and all the [people] myght see how that he was beyten, the petest [piteous] [sight to] se at any tyme.

Jul 1563. The sam tym was a proclamassyon mad that [no] Englys man so-mever he was had lyberte to take [no] Frenche man by water and by lande, and to take shyp[s, mon]aye and goodes, and the men to ransum; and at after-none wen ... e that cold take one, they that wold myght have hym.

31 Jul 1563. The xxxj day of July was a-nodur proclamassyon that no man shuldmedyll with no Frenchman, nodur with no in-bas [sador] nor ys servandes, nor fre-denesun [free denizen].

Henry Machyn's Diary 1563 August

03 Aug 1563. The iij day of August was a-nodur proclamassyon .... who shuld not medyll with no Frenche man.

04 Aug 1563. The iiij day of August was a-nodur proclamassyon [from] my lord mare (age 54) that ther ys on [one] man hyred [to kill] doges as many as he cane fynd in the stretts, and has a fee for loke every day and nyght.

28 Jul 1563. The xxviij day of July was the great news that Newhaveyn by owr men and the Frenchmen .... mony a man slayne ther.

03 Aug 1563. The iij day of August owr .... Porthmowth and so evere da ....

Aug 1563. The viij day .... mares of London .... late shreyff .... Palmer la .... late ....