PAIN...................9
have with my more pain than pleasure proved, by 2, 13/ 4
him to take the pain. Which I doubt not 2, 26/ 32
let us take a pain therewith and let it 2, 31/ 23
silence commanded (upon great pain) in the Protector's name 2, 69/ 8
you, without your labor, pain, cost, adventure, or jeopardy 2, 69/ 20
more honor and less pain in that that never 2, 78/ 22
much more labor and pain than pleasure to him 2, 78/ 35
meantime spent in much pain and trouble outward, much 2, 87/ 8
had proclaimed that on pain of death there should 2, 93/ 2
 
 PAINS..................1
the struggling with the pains of death, and after 2, 85/ 25
 
 PAINTED................1
perceive not whereunto his painted process draweth? ' It 2, 38/ 9
 
 PALACE.................4
prince deceased at his palace of Westminster, and with 2, 3/ 18
daughters, out of the Palace of Westminster, in which 2, 20/ 30
God that my son's palace may be as great 2, 39/ 22
brother, unto the bishop's palace at Paul's, and from 2, 42/ 20
 
 PALLET.................2
lieth one on your pallet without, that, I dare 2, 83/ 28
came out into the pallet chamber, on which he 2, 84/ 16
 
 PAPER..................1
it been but in paper and scribbled forth in 2, 54/ 8
 
 PARCHMENT..............1
so fair written in parchment, in so well a 2, 54/ 5
 
 PARDON.................8
to that deed, a pardon serveth, which either the 2, 30/ 21
both souls our Lord pardon. A marvelous case is 2, 49/ 24
highly offended, she obtained pardon. Of great forfeitures she 2, 56/ 18
that His Grace would pardon them and license them 2, 77/ 31
displeasure -- without which pardon obtained they durst not 2, 78/ 1
had this leave and pardon to speak, then waxed 2, 78/ 9
after that, upon like pardon desired and obtained, he 2, 79/ 15
he there did openly pardon all offenses committed against 2, 81/ 30
 
 PARDONED...............1
Notwithstanding, he not only pardoned them the motion that 2, 79/ 2
 
 PARENTS................1
the punishment of their parents were for the more 2, 66/ 32
 
 PARLIAMENT.............5
his claim into the Parliament. Where his cause was 2, 6/ 16
was by authority of Parliament entailed unto the Duke 2, 6/ 19
attainted was he by Parliament, and judged to the 2, 7/ 11
entailed by authority of Parliament. Then showed he that 2, 67/ 11
the high authority of Parliament entailed -- the right 2, 73/ 32
 
 PART...................35
so specially in any part of his life as 2, 3/ 25
reign -- a great part of a long life 2, 4/ 7
so familiar, that no part of his virtues was 2, 5/ 8
remember: that the one part of you is of 2, 12/ 13
them far more honorable part of kin than his 2, 14/ 26
on their side, his part should have the face 2, 16/ 10
assemble on the other part much people again for 2, 16/ 22
and which the other part faithfully observed. The Queen 2, 16/ 30
they spent a great part of the night. And 2, 17/ 22
the Lord Hastings (whereof part himself believed, of part 2, 23/ 25
part himself believed, of part he wist the contrary 2, 23/ 26
in barrels), yet much part of the common people 2, 24/ 14
men whole, and good part of the spiritual also 2, 33/ 21
whom, for the more part, they agree much worse 2, 38/ 20
Lord Hastings into their part. But Catesby, whether he 2, 46/ 14
be induced to that part, and able to stand 2, 58/ 14
said, made her answer, part in earnest, part in 2, 63/ 2
answer, part in earnest, part in play, merrily, as 2, 63/ 2
were for the more part unhappy, which were begotten 2, 66/ 32
realm; nor to no part of the realm more 2, 69/ 15
realm was in every part annoyed, yet especially ye 2, 72/ 17
to treat as any part of his realm -- 2, 72/ 22
the effusion of great part of the noble blood 2, 73/ 21
Duke's words and no part his own. But all 2, 75/ 30
and departed, the more part all sad, some with 2, 77/ 2
he first knew some part of their errand; as 2, 77/ 17
none other person any part disclose, that at the 2, 77/ 25
and for the more part played upon scaffolds. In 2, 81/ 7
furnished for the most part with the selfsame provision 2, 82/ 10
the occasions moving either part, we shall have place 2, 82/ 31
Which things on every part well pondered, God never 2, 86/ 21
he would take such part as he would, and 2, 88/ 12
taking it in evil part, sent him word to 2, 89/ 19
been fast upon the part of King Henry while 2, 90/ 24
King Henry while that part was in wealth, and 2, 90/ 24
 
 PARTIES................7
peace between the both parties with his own blood 2, 10/ 9
to rule both the parties. But in his last 2, 10/ 14
others of both the parties, were come in presence 2, 11/ 8
the matter and make parties -- it were best 2, 58/ 8
of Warwick found the parties so toward and willing 2, 60/ 10
his grace inclineth the parties to love together, as 2, 63/ 7
kin, where all the parties could be contented, than 2, 63/ 17
 
 PARTIES'...............1
more place than the parties' wills. Nor none of 2, 15/ 21
 
 PARTLY.................8
or ill viand, but partly also in recreation and 2, 26/ 8
out untaken -- and partly, as she thought it 2, 41/ 4
many things coming together, partly by chance, partly of 2, 45/ 6
together, partly by chance, partly of purpose, caused, at 2, 45/ 6
though he doubted and partly distrusted the coming of 2, 77/ 18
were it that he partly knew the things by 2, 78/ 26
to be, were now, partly by good policy, partly 2, 79/ 11
partly by good policy, partly more by God's special 2, 79/ 11
 
 PARTNER................2
induced him to be partner and one special contriver 2, 46/ 25
thence still continued with, partner of all his devices 2, 89/ 2
 
 PARTNERS...............5
authority, and impatient of partners. Edward, revenging his father's 2, 6/ 28
encouraged other mischievous persons, partners of his conspiracy, to 2, 53/ 33
this, he with other partners of that counsel drew 2, 75/ 19
in which to be partners is your weal and 2, 76/ 7
longing for no more partners of the prince's favor 2, 84/ 7
 
 PARTS..................7
a field, though both parts were in all other 2, 23/ 23
sent for from all parts of the realm, came 2, 44/ 14
guess and devise which parts how filled would make 2, 55/ 32
especially of the north parts), not willing any bastard 2, 74/ 6
the commons of other parts might have sufficed, saving 2, 76/ 5
matter was on both parts made so strange, as 2, 80/ 21
they cannot play their parts, they disorder the play 2, 81/ 10
 
 PARTY..................14
for in war each party must needs be other's 2, 3/ 21
the King's blood, either party envying other's authority, he 2, 9/ 29
ignorance of the one party to the destruction of 2, 10/ 5
friends, of which either party should counsel for their 2, 10/ 23
And also while either party laboreth to be chief 2, 11/ 27
others of the same party; and in effect everyone 2, 14/ 14
both unto the Queen's party -- in this point 2, 15/ 32
in question, while either party taketh other as traitors 2, 30/ 12
at liberty, satisfy the party of his goods even 2, 32/ 24
the Protector and his party) -- caused them hastily 2, 57/ 30
great estates of that party, and so stably attained 2, 66/ 5
special favor to his party. Which -- your kind 2, 72/ 28
which lost and that party utterly subdued, the other 2, 91/ 1
be taken as the party meant it, but as 2, 92/ 29