Jane Seymour et al. in River Thames - 7 June, 1536

from Charles Wriothsly's description of a water procession from Greenwich to Westminster, pages 43-44:

[H]is lordes going in barges before him and the Kinge and Queene in a barge togeeter, followinge after the lorde's barges, with his guard following him in a great barge; and as he passed by the shipps in the Thames everie shippe shott gonns, and at Radcliffe the Emperoures Embassidour stoode in a tente with a banner of the Emperoures armes seett in the topp of his tente and divers banners about the same, he himself being in a rych gowne of purple satten, with divers gentlemen standinge about him with gownes and cottes of velvett; and when the Beach Kinges [probably the master of ceremonies] …   more >>
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Charles Wriothsly, Charles Wriothsly's description of a water procession from Greenwich to Westminster. In D. H. Hamilton (ed.), A Chronicle of England during the reign of the Tudors, by Charles Wriothsly, Windsor Herald (London, 1875), p. 43-44. http://led.kmi.open.ac.uk/entity/lexp/1386512352551 accessed: 21 September, 2017

location of experience: River Thames

Listeners

Jane Seymour
Monarch
1509-1537
Henry VIII
Monarch
1491-1547

Experience Information

Date/Time 7 June, 1536
Medium live
Listening Environment in the company of others, outdoors, in public

Originally submitted by th4 on Sun, 08 Dec 2013 14:19:12 +0000