ANYTHING...............11
from the prince), nor anything intended he to take 2, 5/ 3
he, being toward him, anything knew that he such 2, 9/ 15
you will if ye anything earthly regard -- either 2, 13/ 22
none of us hath anything the less need for 2, 15/ 19
any of your lordships anything perceive to the contrary 2, 27/ 16
any man should, for anything earthly, enterprise to break 2, 28/ 10
another lord, "know you anything why they should be 2, 36/ 26
I shall rather let anything pass me than the 2, 51/ 13
upon, in whom he anything liked, either person or 2, 72/ 8
all, none of them anything would intend unto himward 2, 78/ 8
pick any matter at anything here spoken, for it 2, 93/ 12
 
 ANYWHERE...............1
no woman was there anywhere, young or old, rich 2, 72/ 7
 
 APACE..................1
speed and shrive him apace; "for by St. Paul 2, 49/ 12
 
 APPAREL................1
the hope of gay apparel, ease, pleasure, and other 2, 55/ 15
 
 APPARELED..............1
in their best manner appareled, assembling themselves together, resorted 2, 77/ 9
 
 APPEAR.................1
might thereby the better appear upon how slippery a 2, 66/ 10
 
 APPEARED...............2
as by their words appeared) each forgave other, and 2, 13/ 29
when (as it after appeared by their deeds) their 2, 13/ 30
 
 APPEARETH..............1
Which in this well appeareth: that at such time 2, 35/ 28
 
 APPEASE................1
she would mitigate and appease his mind; where men 2, 56/ 17
 
 APPEASED...............4
himself in his deathbed appeased. He had left all 2, 5/ 1
and either judged or appeased. But one thing he 2, 23/ 15
these commotions were somewhat appeased, but especially by that 2, 23/ 27
with these words nothing appeased, and seeing the King 2, 64/ 20
 
 APPEASING..............1
Yet for the further appeasing of the people's mind 2, 53/ 10
 
 APPERTAIN..............1
by so just title appertain as to ourself, as 2, 79/ 33
 
 APPETITE...............8
were it a proud appetite of the Duke himself 2, 7/ 8
best; of which immoderate appetite of worship, and thereby 2, 12/ 27
incline unto the King's appetite when he required her 2, 55/ 13
the city to their appetite. Of spiritual men, they 2, 58/ 19
talking more familiarly. Whose appetite when she perceived, she 2, 61/ 15
be wived against his appetite. "And I doubt not 2, 63/ 21
-- the King's greedy appetite was insatiable, and everywhere 2, 72/ 5
would importunately pursue his appetite and have her; to 2, 72/ 11
 
 APPOINT................1
honor. But if you appoint yourself to tarry here 2, 35/ 22
 
 APPOINTED..............12
intended that thing, have appointed that butcherly office to 2, 8/ 20
sending thither, was there appointed Sir Anthony Woodville (Lord 2, 14/ 10
lords and knights were appointed unto divers rooms. The 2, 25/ 8
of the land were appointed, as the King's nearest 2, 25/ 31
the sanctuaries that God appointed in the Old Law 2, 30/ 20
place determined, nor persons appointed -- all thing unready 2, 40/ 30
of which the time appointed then so near approached 2, 46/ 31
after he was thus appointed, and had between them 2, 61/ 30
that the realm was appointed King Edward's line should 2, 79/ 16
selfsame provision that was appointed for the coronation of 2, 82/ 11
keys received, Sir James appointed the night next ensuing 2, 84/ 26
the execution whereof, he appointed Miles Forest, one of 2, 85/ 11
 
 APPOINTMENT............3
King without the Protector's appointment -- which removed also 2, 45/ 4
to marry by the appointment of a guardian! I 2, 64/ 1
also, according to their appointment, the Duke of Buckingham 2, 77/ 11
 
 APPOINTMENTS...........1
wise frustrated and his appointments deluded. And she said 2, 62/ 8
 
 APPRENTICES............1
the Protector, with some apprentices and lads that thrust 2, 76/ 17
 
 APPROACH...............1
ought as nigh to approach priesthood in cleanness as 2, 62/ 28
 
 APPROACHED.............2
them. When the King approached near to the city 2, 24/ 16
appointed then so near approached that the pageants and 2, 46/ 31
 
 APRIL..................1
the ninth day of April, the year of our 2, 3/ 4
 
 ARCHBISHOP.............9
Lord Chamberlain unto the Archbishop of York (then Chancellor 2, 21/ 4
assure him," quoth the Archbishop, "be it as well 2, 21/ 14
and dismayed, whom the Archbishop comforted in the best 2, 21/ 29
Toward which meeting, the Archbishop of York -- fearing 2, 22/ 28
which Council also, the Archbishop of York, Chancellor of 2, 25/ 1
him. Which thing the Archbishop of York, whom they 2, 27/ 23
And therefore," quoth the Archbishop of York, "God forbid 2, 28/ 9
the Lord Cardinal, the Archbishop of York (then Lord 2, 44/ 16
home again, made him Archbishop of Canterbury and Chancellor 2, 91/ 14
 
 ARIGHT.................1
could endure to look aright on King Richard, but 2, 89/ 15
 
 ARISING................1
of dissension and debate arising in the realm, to 2, 6/ 22
 
 ARM....................3
Peter's church by the arm. And if nobody may 2, 33/ 2
elbow upon his left arm, where he showed a 2, 48/ 10
showed a wearish, withered arm and small -- as 2, 48/ 11
 
 ARMOR..................1
marvelous fortress and sure armor, if division and dissension 2, 5/ 27
 
 ARMS...................3
took him in his arms. And I pray God 2, 39/ 21
took him in his arms and kissed him, with 2, 42/ 16
haste, one herald of arms with a proclamation to 2, 53/ 11
 
 AROSE..................1
page's words, King Richard arose (for this communication had 2, 84/ 14
 
 ARRAY..................2
thus in a goodly array they came to the 2, 19/ 3
were out of all array save her kirtle only 2, 54/ 31
 
 ARREST.................3
and Buckingham, put under arrest for their surety, not 2, 23/ 10
as yet remained under arrest should, upon the matter 2, 36/ 35
the Lord Hastings, "I arrest thee, traitor!" "What? Me 2, 48/ 31
 
 ARRESTED...............2
grace." And forthwith they arrested the Lord Richard and 2, 19/ 23
and her other friends arrested and sent no man 2, 20/ 20
 
 ARROGANT...............1
dissimuler, lowly of countenance, arrogant of heart, outwardly companionable2, 8/ 8
 
 ART....................1
he said, "Ah, Hastings, art you remembered when I 2, 52/ 2
 
 ARTIFICERS.............1
nobles, the merchants, the artificers, and, in conclusion, all 2, 81/ 24
 
 AS.....................368
Cecily, not so fortunate as fair; Bridget, which, representing 2, 3/ 9
part of his life as at the time of 2, 3/ 26
increased. At such time as he died, the displeasure 2, 4/ 3
none toward, but such as no man looked for 2, 4/ 28
great benefit. So deceased (as I have said) this 2, 5/ 22
having in themselves also as many gifts of nature 2, 5/ 25
many gifts of nature, as many princely virtues, as 2, 5/ 25
as many princely virtues, as much goodly towardness, as 2, 5/ 26
as much goodly towardness, as their age could receive 2, 5/ 26
their lives. But forasmuch as this duke's demeanor ministreth 2, 6/ 8
and Richard. All three as they were great states 2, 6/ 26
maligned the King's kindred (as women commonly, not of 2, 7/ 6
of visage, and such as is in states called 2, 7/ 21
with the feet forward (as men be borne outward 2, 7/ 26
be borne outward), and, as the fame runneth, also 2, 7/ 26
he in the war, as to which his disposition 2, 7/ 30
but never in default (as for his own person 2, 8/ 2
prisoner in the Tower, as men constantly say; and 2, 8/ 15
resisted openly, howbeit somewhat (as men deemed) more faintly 2, 8/ 24
should happen to decease (as indeed he did) while 2, 8/ 29
divineth upon conjectures may as well shoot too far 2, 9/ 6
well shoot too far as too short. Howbeit, this 2, 9/ 6
young princes his nephews (as opportunity and likelihood of 2, 9/ 23
upon himself. And forasmuch as he well wist, and 2, 9/ 27
their division should be (as it was indeed) a 2, 10/ 1
win to his purpose as many as he could 2, 10/ 6
his purpose as many as he could; and those 2, 10/ 6
also bore him sore, as well for that the 2, 11/ 4
the King's former promise) as for divers other great 2, 11/ 7
and underset with pillows, as it is reported on 2, 11/ 10
leave you; for such as I leave you, such 2, 11/ 15
great cause of hatred as ye have of love 2, 12/ 8
we so deadly debate as among them which by 2, 12/ 20
realm, I pray God as well forget as we 2, 13/ 2
God as well forget as we well remember. Which 2, 13/ 2
things if I could as well have foreseen as 2, 13/ 3
as well have foreseen as I have with my 2, 13/ 3
find kings, and peradventure as good kings. But if 2, 13/ 14
lords, recomforting him with as good words as they 2, 13/ 27
with as good words as they could, and answering 2, 13/ 27
answering for the time as they thought to stand 2, 13/ 28
there in his presence (as by their words appeared 2, 13/ 29
their hands together, when (as it after appeared by 2, 13/ 30
hearts were far asunder. As soon as the King 2, 13/ 31
far asunder. As soon as the King was departed 2, 13/ 31
a right honorable man, as valiant of hand as 2, 14/ 12
as valiant of hand as politic in counsel. Adjoined 2, 14/ 13
and in effect everyone as he was nearest of 2, 14/ 14
every one ought him as faithful service as they 2, 14/ 25
him as faithful service as they -- and many 2, 14/ 26
which now to be, as who say, removed from 2, 14/ 29
ere this. Why not as easily as they have 2, 15/ 12
Why not as easily as they have done some 2, 15/ 12
done some others already, as near of his royal 2, 15/ 13
of his royal blood as we? But our Lord 2, 15/ 13
peril is past. Howbeit, as great is growing, if 2, 15/ 15
other so much love, as hatred both unto the 2, 15/ 32
give other license; forasmuch as the dukes themselves intended 2, 18/ 5
matter might mean. Whom as soon as they saw 2, 18/ 19
mean. Whom as soon as they saw, they began 2, 18/ 19
And when he began (as he was a very 2, 18/ 22
for both companies. And as soon as they came 2, 18/ 30
companies. And as soon as they came in his 2, 18/ 30
earthly knowing nor mistrusting as yet. But even by 2, 19/ 6
servants about him, such as liked better them than 2, 20/ 1
more need of comfort, as one to whom such 2, 20/ 7
the Archbishop, "be it as well as it will 2, 21/ 14
be it as well as it will, it will 2, 21/ 14
never be so well as we have seen it 2, 21/ 15
was nothing so sore as she took it for 2, 22/ 1
which in like wise as that noble prince your 2, 22/ 9
great commotion and murmur, as well in other places 2, 22/ 16
in other places about as specially in the city 2, 22/ 17
against the other lords as against the King himself 2, 22/ 26
it would be ascribed (as it was indeed) to 2, 22/ 29
if it should hap, as it were likely, to 2, 23/ 22
of the dukes' servants as rode with the carts 2, 24/ 4
people all the way as they went: "Lo, here 2, 24/ 8
he no further attempt as long as he had 2, 25/ 13
further attempt as long as he had but half 2, 25/ 13
of the people -- as though they were not 2, 25/ 29
the land were appointed, as the King's nearest friends 2, 25/ 31
also in other lands (as evil words walk far 2, 26/ 19
honorable, trusty man, such as both tendereth the King's 2, 26/ 27
he, and such others as were of the spiritualty 2, 27/ 27
or for herself. For as for her, here is 2, 28/ 22
Whose honor if she as much desired as our 2, 28/ 29
she as much desired as our dishonor, and as 2, 28/ 30
as our dishonor, and as much regard took to 2, 28/ 30
took to his wealth as to her own will 2, 28/ 31
will, she would be as loath to suffer him 2, 28/ 31
him from the King as any of us be 2, 28/ 32
she have any wit (as would God she had 2, 29/ 1
would God she had as good will as she 2, 29/ 1
had as good will as she hath shrewd wit 2, 29/ 1
that they would be as sorry of his harm 2, 29/ 4
sorry of his harm as herself, and yet would 2, 29/ 4
that she fear -- as who may let her 2, 29/ 12
Which good men might, as methinketh, without sin somewhat 2, 29/ 23
not but she now as sore mindeth it as 2, 29/ 28
as sore mindeth it as we the let thereof 2, 29/ 28
bring that to pass (as it were no great 2, 29/ 29
pity that such men as the sea or their 2, 30/ 8
if the crown happen (as it hath done) to 2, 30/ 11
either party taketh other as traitors, I will well 2, 30/ 12
refuge for both. But as for thieves, of which 2, 30/ 14
they were not abused as they now be, and 2, 31/ 2
to the amendment -- as though God and Saint 2, 31/ 4
and come in again as though those places gave 2, 31/ 15
name stand in force as far forth as reason 2, 31/ 24
force as far forth as reason will. Which is 2, 31/ 24
fully so far forth as may serve to let 2, 31/ 24
proveth. And so sanctuary, as for him, neither none 2, 32/ 11
come not to sanctuary as they come to baptism 2, 32/ 12
for his pleasure or as they thought, agreed plainly 2, 32/ 28
let him alone. And as simple as that sample 2, 33/ 5
alone. And as simple as that sample is, yet 2, 33/ 5
sanctuary children. And therefore, as for the conclusion of 2, 33/ 10
whose grace it were as singular comfort to have 2, 34/ 12
natural brother in company as it was their both 2, 34/ 13
him in sanctuary -- as though the one brother 2, 34/ 14
place which they reckoned as a prison -- and 2, 34/ 19
were to be together, as well for many greater 2, 34/ 25
for many greater causes as also for their both 2, 34/ 26
for any of them as either of them for 2, 34/ 30
faith, methinketh it were as great commodity to them 2, 35/ 3
commodity to them both as, for yet a while 2, 35/ 3
considering that there is, as physicians say, and as 2, 35/ 9
as physicians say, and as we also find, double 2, 35/ 10
be in such place as might stand with their 2, 35/ 21
them both, than here as a sanctuary man, to 2, 35/ 24
that at such time as your dearest son then 2, 35/ 29
I am here, which as yet intend not to 2, 36/ 23
in prison, neither -- as they now be! But 2, 36/ 28
without color will let as little to procure their 2, 36/ 30
her honorable kin which as yet remained under arrest 2, 36/ 35
do well enough. And as toward her noble person 2, 37/ 1
that I am guiltless? As though they were guilty 2, 37/ 3
if that would help, as God send grace it 2, 37/ 6
hurt not. And therefore, as for me, I purpose 2, 37/ 7
me, I purpose not as yet to depart hence 2, 37/ 7
to depart hence. And as for this gentleman, my 2, 37/ 8
And I trust God as strong now to withstand 2, 38/ 1
to withstand his adversaries as ever he was. But 2, 38/ 2
such a trifling pretext; as though there could none 2, 38/ 15
to play with him. As though princes as young 2, 38/ 18
him. As though princes as young as they be 2, 38/ 18
though princes as young as they be could not 2, 38/ 18
also my ward; for, as my learned counsel showeth 2, 38/ 29
long to continue. And as all you know, this 2, 39/ 14
son's palace may be as great safeguard to him 2, 39/ 22
to him now reigning, as this place was sometime 2, 39/ 22
the law feareth, which, as learned men tell me 2, 39/ 31
the Protector, and such as he neither believed and 2, 40/ 10
untaken -- and partly, as she thought it might 2, 41/ 4
she there saw, which as she feared lest they 2, 41/ 8
you such a proof as, if either of both 2, 41/ 16
in you now: that as far as ye think 2, 42/ 6
now: that as far as ye think that I 2, 42/ 6
that you fear not as far too little." And 2, 42/ 7
leaving the child weeping as fast. When the Lord 2, 42/ 12
in that, of likelihood as he thought. Thereupon forthwith 2, 42/ 18
subtle folks, and such as were their craftsmasters in 2, 43/ 10
in such places imprisoned as the Protector might with 2, 43/ 20
it was likely that as the Protector had provided 2, 43/ 23
he would turn it as much as he might 2, 43/ 34
turn it as much as he might to his 2, 43/ 34
Hereford, which he claimed as his inheritance, and could 2, 44/ 5
the young king -- as they would have it 2, 44/ 9
coronation in one place, as fast were they in 2, 44/ 19
muttering among the people as though all should not 2, 44/ 23
nature misgiveth them -- as the sea without wind 2, 44/ 26
him so much beholden as was this Catesby, which 2, 45/ 23
had some better thing as ready to your pleasure 2, 47/ 9
ready to your pleasure as that." And therewith, in 2, 47/ 9
Then the Lord Chamberlain, as he that for the 2, 47/ 26
worthy to be punished as heinous traitors, whatsoever they 2, 47/ 28
counsel in this matter, as he was of the 2, 48/ 2
arm and small -- as it was never other 2, 48/ 11
women she most hated, as that concubine whom the 2, 48/ 16
the King's life, saving, as it is said, he 2, 48/ 21
body, traitor!" And therewith, as in a great anger 2, 48/ 26
rushing men in harness, as many as the chamber 2, 48/ 29
in harness, as many as the chamber might hold 2, 48/ 29
to the teeth; for as shortly as he shrank 2, 49/ 4
teeth; for as shortly as he shrank, yet ran 2, 49/ 4
their shoulders. And forasmuch as the Protector gave the 2, 50/ 5
that we might be as likely to make them 2, 50/ 15
caught and brought back (as friends fail fleers)? For 2, 50/ 16
us with his tusks, as folk that fled for 2, 50/ 17
ensure him I am as sure of the man 2, 50/ 23
that he wotteth of as I am of my 2, 50/ 24
rite and custom observed as a token oftentimes notably 2, 50/ 31
a knight unto him, as it were of courtesy 2, 51/ 1
he laughed upon him, as though he would say 2, 51/ 9
of himself. And forasmuch as he now met this 2, 51/ 28
he, "if thou knewest as much as I know 2, 52/ 5
thou knewest as much as I know, which few 2, 52/ 5
which few know else as yet, and more shall 2, 52/ 6
dread in my life as I did when thou 2, 52/ 10
enemies in the danger (as thou mayest hap to 2, 52/ 11
friend; easy to beguile, as he that of good 2, 52/ 20
old, ill-faring brigandines, such as no man should ween 2, 52/ 28
they intended further was as yet not well-known. Of 2, 53/ 3
their defense such harness as came next to hand 2, 53/ 5
man answered him fair, as though no man mistrusted 2, 53/ 9
of the Lord Chamberlain, as that he was an 2, 53/ 21
procuring, and ungracious example, as well in many other 2, 53/ 24
in many other things as in the vicious living 2, 53/ 24
then, by and by, as it were for anger 2, 54/ 14
for this cause -- as a goodly, continent prince 2, 54/ 24
good substance. But forasmuch as they were coupled ere 2, 55/ 10
her, anon her husband (as he was an honest 2, 55/ 17
seemeth me somewhat like as though men should guess 2, 55/ 28
much in her beauty as in her pleasant behavior 2, 56/ 2
in his realm -- as one whom no man 2, 56/ 8
after good substance, after as great favor with the 2, 56/ 32
with the prince, after as great suit and seeking-to 2, 57/ 1
had business to speed, as many other men were 2, 57/ 2
of such lawless enterprises, as a man that had 2, 57/ 23
behavior, bold in mischief, as far from pity as 2, 57/ 26
as far from pity as from all fear of 2, 57/ 26
they took divers, such as they thought meet to 2, 58/ 13
men, they took such as had wit and were 2, 58/ 19
be touched aslope, craftily, as though men spared in 2, 59/ 30
determining himself to marry (as it was requisite both 2, 60/ 4
unto such small lands as her late husband had 2, 60/ 30
heard her speak -- as she was both fair 2, 61/ 6
boldly say her mind, as to him whose heart 2, 61/ 21
showed him plainly that as she wist herself too 2, 61/ 23
marveling of her constancy, as he that had not 2, 61/ 25
that in such manner as they might easily perceive 2, 61/ 33
she dissuaded the marriage as much as she possibly 2, 62/ 2
the marriage as much as she possibly might, alleging 2, 62/ 2
depending thereupon, but only as it were a rich 2, 62/ 11
in this marriage, forasmuch as there is between no 2, 62/ 15
maid so great difference as between the king and 2, 62/ 16
you, should yet suffice, as meseemeth, to refrain you 2, 62/ 25
a prince, that ought as nigh to approach priesthood 2, 62/ 27
approach priesthood in cleanness as he doth in dignity 2, 62/ 28
part in play, merrily, as he that wist himself 2, 63/ 3
parties to love together, as he trusted it was 2, 63/ 7
so necessary for him as the friendship of his 2, 63/ 11
he, "but there be, as ye say, others that 2, 63/ 26
by mine own -- as though I were a 2, 63/ 33
of my own marriage. As for possibility of more 2, 64/ 3
means to so much as sufficeth to get and 2, 64/ 5
shall please you. And as for the bigamy, let 2, 64/ 17
openly against his marriage, as it were in discharge 2, 64/ 28
But that invention, simple as it was, it liked 2, 66/ 12
to make. Now then, as I began to show 2, 66/ 15
in a great audience (as always assembled great number 2, 66/ 26
of the noble duke, as those that by their 2, 67/ 25
pattern of knightly prowess, as well in all princely 2, 67/ 28
in all princely behavior as in the lineaments and 2, 67/ 29
taken among the hearers as though the Holy Ghost 2, 68/ 3
of knightly prowess, which as well in all princely 2, 68/ 16
in all princely behavior as in the lineaments and 2, 68/ 16
Richard!" that they stood as they had been turned 2, 68/ 25
Duke stood up, and (as he was neither unlearned 2, 69/ 8
many grins and traps as was set therefor, among 2, 69/ 25
of every man took as no man would of 2, 70/ 1
good will have given. As though the name of 2, 70/ 1
examples by name -- as though Burdet were forgotten 2, 70/ 13
nigh friends have known as well their goods as 2, 70/ 30
as well their goods as their persons greatly endangered 2, 70/ 30
it never so mischievous as where any people fall 2, 71/ 11
deadly and so pestilent as when it happeneth among 2, 71/ 12
and so deadly fought, as was in the king's 2, 71/ 15
this noble city -- as well for that among 2, 72/ 18
of all such things as minister matter to such 2, 72/ 19
matter to such injuries as for that you were 2, 72/ 20
people whom he had as singular cause well and 2, 72/ 22
and kindly to treat as any part of his 2, 72/ 22
by this noble city (as his special chamber and 2, 72/ 24
reckon my words of as great authority as the 2, 73/ 4
of as great authority as the preacher's of the 2, 73/ 4
of the same. For as that worshipful man groundly 2, 73/ 14
never lawfully begotten, forasmuch as the King (living his 2, 73/ 16
be spoken for me, as the thing wherein every 2, 73/ 25
noble Lord Protector, bearing, as nature requireth, a filial 2, 73/ 27
prince the Lord Protector, as to the very lawfully 2, 74/ 2
to take upon him, as he whose wisdom well 2, 74/ 13
well occupy that room as I dare say he 2, 74/ 15
he will be loath, as I have said, to 2, 74/ 22
before, but all was as still as the midnight 2, 75/ 16
all was as still as the midnight -- not 2, 75/ 16
-- not so much as rounding among them, by 2, 75/ 17
that he showed everything as the Duke's words and 2, 75/ 30
always, after one, stood as they had been men 2, 75/ 32
weal and honor; which, as it seemeth, either you 2, 76/ 7
whether you be minded as all the nobles of 2, 76/ 9
loud nor distinct, but, as it were, the sound 2, 76/ 15
backs to cry out as loud as their throats 2, 76/ 19
cry out as loud as their throats would give 2, 76/ 19
part of their errand; as though he doubted and 2, 77/ 17
and speak to him; as though he would not 2, 77/ 28
which albeit they meant as much honor to His 2, 78/ 2
honor to His Grace as wealth to all the 2, 78/ 3
offend. Then the Protector, as he was very gentle 2, 78/ 5
causes moving them thereunto, as ye before have heard 2, 78/ 11
live under his obeisance as the people of this 2, 78/ 23
would so use it as he that would not 2, 79/ 1
his labor and counsel, as far as should like 2, 79/ 6
and counsel, as far as should like the King 2, 79/ 6
the malice of such as were before occasion of 2, 79/ 9
license, a little rounded as well with other noblemen 2, 79/ 13
other noblemen about him as with the Mayor and 2, 79/ 14
no surety to retreat, as for that they thought 2, 79/ 19
the Protector, which else, as every man may wit 2, 79/ 25
so just title appertain as to ourself, as very 2, 79/ 33
appertain as to ourself, as very right heir, lawfully 2, 79/ 33
the matter, every man as his fantasy gave him 2, 80/ 19
parts made so strange, as though neither had ever 2, 80/ 21
third time take it as compelled thereunto -- by 2, 80/ 31
be kings' games -- as it were, stage plays 2, 81/ 6
the laws. Then, with as pleasant an oration as 2, 81/ 22
as pleasant an oration as he could, he went 2, 81/ 22
there mischiefs thick. And as the thing evil gotten 2, 82/ 13
destruction ended it. But as he finished his time 2, 82/ 15
abusing the world, was as well with princes as 2, 82/ 24
as well with princes as the poorer people reputed 2, 82/ 24
it ever inwardly suspect, as many well-counterfeited jewels make 2, 82/ 30
men and such means as methinketh it were hard 2, 83/ 6
of his old, devised, as he rode, to fulfill 2, 83/ 9
had intended. And forasmuch as his mind gave him 2, 83/ 10
to rid them -- as though the killing of 2, 83/ 13
and by grace obtained as much troth and good 2, 84/ 2
troth and good will as he had strength and 2, 84/ 3
rising yet so fast as he had hoped, being 2, 84/ 4
pleasure" in such thing as he had "given him 2, 84/ 24
the means. The Prince, as soon as the Protector 2, 84/ 27
The Prince, as soon as the Protector left that 2, 84/ 27
name and took himself as king, had it showed 2, 84/ 28
him great thanks and, as some say, there made 2, 86/ 2
But he allowed not, as I have heard, that 2, 86/ 3
them in such place as, by the occasion of 2, 86/ 7
that at such time as Sir James Tyrell was 2, 86/ 9
nothing tell. And thus, as I have learned of 2, 86/ 14
treason. King Richard himself, as ye shall hereafter hear 2, 87/ 4
credible report, of such as were secret with his 2, 87/ 10
pretended. This duke -- as I have for certain 2, 88/ 1
certain been informed -- as soon as the Duke 2, 88/ 2
informed -- as soon as the Duke of Gloucester 2, 88/ 2
would take such part as he would, and wait 2, 88/ 12
his coronation they departed, as it seemed, very great 2, 89/ 3
at Gloucester. From whence as soon as the Duke 2, 89/ 4
From whence as soon as the Duke came home 2, 89/ 4
just inheritor. And forasmuch as the title which he 2, 89/ 10
Duke, at such time as the crown was first 2, 90/ 12
Bishop of Ely (who, as ye before heard, was 2, 90/ 19
For he -- being, as ye have heard, after 2, 91/ 5
living many days in as much honor as one 2, 91/ 16
in as much honor as one man might well 2, 91/ 16
life. This man, therefore, as I was about to 2, 91/ 17
and often alternate proof as well of prosperity as 2, 91/ 18
as well of prosperity as adverse fortune, had gotten 2, 91/ 19
world would have gone as I would have wished 2, 92/ 6
God pulleth down. And as for the late Protector 2, 92/ 14
talk much of princes, as thing not all out 2, 92/ 28
without fault -- forasmuch as it shall not be 2, 92/ 29
shall not be taken as the party meant it 2, 92/ 29
party meant it, but as it pleaseth the prince 2, 93/ 1
about to say, taken as well as before God 2, 93/ 14
say, taken as well as before God I meant 2, 93/ 14
thank. And yet taken as I ween it would 2, 93/ 15
good faith, my lord, as for the late Protector 2, 93/ 18
rule of a realm, as our Lord hath planted 2, 93/ 24