OTHER'S................6
party must needs be other's enemy) that there was 2, 3/ 22
blood, either party envying other's authority, he now thought 2, 9/ 29
hatred of each of other's person impugneth each other's 2, 11/ 25
other's person impugneth each other's counsel, there must it 2, 11/ 26
of these children is other's defense while they be 2, 41/ 28
lives lieth in the other's body. Keep one safe 2, 41/ 29
 
 OTHERS.................28
these lords, with divers others of both the parties 2, 11/ 8
were there unto him others of the same party 2, 14/ 14
they have done some others already, as near of 2, 15/ 13
and writings and such others, the Duke of Gloucester 2, 15/ 26
Lord Chamberlain and some others kept still their offices 2, 25/ 9
thought he, and such others as were of the 2, 27/ 27
of that place and others like have been of 2, 30/ 3
there might be found others that would haply do 2, 35/ 14
and jeopard myself after others of my friends -- 2, 36/ 24
that he and all others also, save herself, lacked 2, 40/ 19
King Edward's death. But others again, which knew better 2, 43/ 1
Catesby the mistrust that others began to have in 2, 46/ 18
were. And all the others affirmed the same. "That 2, 47/ 29
brother's wife! -- and others with her," meaning the 2, 47/ 30
that it was by others devised that himself should 2, 48/ 5
the Lord Chamberlain and others of his conspiracy had 2, 52/ 31
Lord Hastings with divers others of his traitorous purpose 2, 53/ 15
body, both with many others and also specially with 2, 53/ 25
be found in divers others that were more meetly 2, 62/ 18
thereinto much better by others of his kin, where 2, 63/ 17
be, as ye say, others that be in every 2, 63/ 26
King's mother and many others put in good comfort 2, 64/ 34
their lands, or some others for some fear or 2, 71/ 26
nearer to him, with others that were about him 2, 75/ 5
servants and Nashfield's, and others belonging to the Protector 2, 76/ 17
unto the Mayor and others, that they might thereby 2, 77/ 21
shut up, and all others removed from them -- 2, 85/ 5
knave. Then, all the others being removed from them 2, 85/ 15
 
 OTHERWHERE.............1
perceiving of their drifts otherwhere, the lords, being sent 2, 44/ 11
 
 OTHERWISE..............6
warlike, in other men otherwise. He was malicious, wrathful 2, 7/ 22
such thing purposed, or otherwise had any inkling thereof 2, 9/ 16
And where it is otherwise, there need we not 2, 30/ 19
he could not well otherwise do, standing that the 2, 62/ 6
she it well or otherwise. Howbeit, somewhat to satisfy 2, 63/ 5
judgment of God have otherwise provided, I purpose not 2, 92/ 12
 
 OUGHT..................9
whether any preacher's words ought more to move you 2, 12/ 10
self cause that you ought to love the better 2, 12/ 19
nature and law most ought to agree together. Such 2, 12/ 21
cannot be gaincalled, much ought we the more beware 2, 13/ 7
of which every one ought him as faithful service 2, 14/ 25
deliver him, the more ought we fear to leave 2, 29/ 14
of a prince, that ought as nigh to approach 2, 62/ 27
being a spiritual thing, ought rather to be made 2, 63/ 6
unto himward wherewith he ought to be grieved. When 2, 78/ 9
 
 OUR....................29
April, the year of our redemption a thousand four 2, 3/ 4
thing right well intended, our misconstruction turneth unto worse 2, 12/ 6
displeasure done us, either our own affection or evil 2, 12/ 7
respect of fleshly consanguinity. Our Lord forbid that you 2, 12/ 17
for the love that our Lord beareth to us 2, 13/ 20
little jeopardy to suffer our well-proved evil-willers to grow 2, 15/ 1
with his honor or our profit, or with the 2, 15/ 6
their own weal or our woe, it were hard 2, 15/ 9
blood as we? But our Lord hath wrought his 2, 15/ 14
this young king in our enemy's hand which without 2, 15/ 16
commandment" to any of our undoing; which thing God 2, 15/ 17
me more meetly than our Reverend Father here present 2, 26/ 29
the world shall, to our honor and her reproach 2, 27/ 13
as much desired as our dishonor, and as much 2, 28/ 30
be cast away under our noses! And therefore -- 2, 29/ 32
there less reason in our case than in that 2, 33/ 6
Edward; whose both souls our Lord pardon. A marvelous 2, 49/ 24
make them true by our going, if we were 2, 50/ 15
think it were either our own fault or faint 2, 50/ 21
God, the blindness of our mortal nature! When he 2, 52/ 13
and effect of this our present errand. It shall 2, 72/ 32
like His Grace, at our humble request, to take 2, 74/ 10
yet shall he to our petition in that behalf 2, 74/ 23
us, the nobles, in our said request. Which for 2, 74/ 25
noble Grace, to make our humble request unto him 2, 76/ 33
of the body of our most dear father, Richard 2, 80/ 1
forward by us and our heirs to rule, govern 2, 80/ 10
unto Brackenbury (kneeling before our Lady in the Tower 2, 83/ 20
of a realm, as our Lord hath planted in 2, 93/ 24
 
 OURS...................1
the King's sake and ours, and wealth of the 2, 27/ 1
 
 OURSELF................1
title appertain as to ourself, as very right heir 2, 79/ 33
 
 OURSELVES..............1
which inward war among ourselves hath been so great 2, 71/ 19
 
 OUT....................73
-- for his tribute out of France he had 2, 5/ 4
shall after fall farthest out of favor; so that 2, 12/ 2
begun to be far out of good will and 2, 14/ 5
man that were gotten out of Northampton toward Stony 2, 18/ 3
upon the King's Highness out of that town: thus 2, 18/ 7
himself suffered to go out -- perceiving well so 2, 18/ 10
London and thence taken out the King's treasure, and 2, 19/ 14
son and her daughters, out of the Palace of 2, 20/ 30
in good hope and out of fear by the 2, 22/ 3
the matter so far out of joint that it 2, 23/ 20
it is to wrest out, and may grow to 2, 26/ 23
King's authority fetch him out of that prison and 2, 27/ 10
attempted to take him out against her will. For 2, 27/ 29
shall send him somewhere out of the realm? Verily 2, 29/ 26
to keep their bodies out of the danger of 2, 30/ 10
robberies, nightly they steal out, they rob and reave 2, 31/ 14
his honor and wealth, out of that place in 2, 31/ 26
Saint Peter, take her out of Saint Peter's church 2, 33/ 2
nobody may be taken out of sanctuary that saith 2, 33/ 3
he that taketh one out of sanctuary to do 2, 33/ 18
-- at his liberty, out of that place which 2, 34/ 18
less able to bear out a new surfeit. And 2, 35/ 13
household in Wales, far out of your company -- 2, 35/ 31
though they fetch him out. Which, if ye finally 2, 37/ 17
the plight to send out -- and in what 2, 37/ 24
for sickness -- come out of sanctuary, out of 2, 38/ 17
come out of sanctuary, out of his safeguard, to 2, 38/ 17
would ask to go out. If I say he 2, 38/ 24
against my will taketh out him, breaketh the sanctuary 2, 38/ 25
my ward from me out of sanctuary without the 2, 38/ 31
was banished and thrust out of his kingdom, I 2, 39/ 16
to it. For taken out of sanctuary would I 2, 40/ 6
to have him fetched out of sanctuary, which she 2, 41/ 1
could not be conveyed out untaken -- and partly 2, 41/ 3
they would let it out. We have also had 2, 41/ 23
honorably into the Tower, out of which after that 2, 42/ 22
ere it were well out of their mouths." This 2, 45/ 18
with some words cast out afar off, whether he 2, 46/ 13
that they should be out of danger ere day 2, 50/ 9
for many substantial men out of the city into 2, 52/ 26
faultless of himself, sent out of heaven into this 2, 54/ 25
and albeit she were out of all array save 2, 54/ 30
by her scalp taken out of the charnel house 2, 55/ 29
no man could get out of the church lightly 2, 56/ 9
mind; where men were out of favor, she would 2, 56/ 17
condition, unfriended and worn out of acquaintance, after good 2, 56/ 31
knight -- bringing them out of the prison to 2, 57/ 27
thus beheaded and rid out of the way, then 2, 58/ 4
realm were about him, out of their own strengths 2, 58/ 6
in a noble progeny out of his realm -- 2, 62/ 3
he that wist himself out of her rule. And 2, 63/ 3
Earl of Warwick took out of prison and set 2, 65/ 27
sentence certain examples taken out of the Old Testament 2, 67/ 6
without any deduction thereunto, out of all order and 2, 68/ 14
of all order and out of all frame, began 2, 68/ 14
never after durst look out, for shame, but kept 2, 68/ 28
shame, but kept him out of sight, like an 2, 68/ 29
goods to be lashed out among unthrifts, so far 2, 69/ 30
some displeasure, were not out of peril. For whom 2, 71/ 26
men's backs to cry out as loud as their 2, 76/ 19
of their heart burst out at their eyes. Then 2, 77/ 6
made difficulty to come out unto them but if 2, 77/ 16
little good to show out of season what acquaintance 2, 81/ 3
that he did put out of his mind all 2, 81/ 29
him. Who being brought out of the sanctuary by 2, 81/ 33
him by secret drifts out of all secret trust 2, 84/ 9
a council) and came out into the pallet chamber 2, 84/ 15
laid their bodies naked out upon the bed, and 2, 85/ 26
sometimes start up, leap out of his bed, and 2, 87/ 18
and the Duke fell out is of diverse folk 2, 87/ 24
now and then balk out a little braid of 2, 91/ 24
him easy to fall out if the matter were 2, 91/ 25
as thing not all out of peril, though the 2, 92/ 28