PASS...................7
bring his purpose to pass without the gathering and 2, 16/ 7
inn, that none should pass forth without their license 2, 17/ 29
sanctuary, nor none could pass unsearched. Then was there 2, 22/ 16
it not so to pass, yet shall I toward 2, 28/ 16
to bring that to pass (as it were no 2, 29/ 29
he had brought to pass the things before rehearsed 2, 43/ 4
shall rather let anything pass me than the vain 2, 51/ 13
 
 PASSING................1
a loving man, and passing well-beloved; very faithful, and 2, 52/ 21
 
 PAST...................8
heads. But since things past cannot be gaincalled, much 2, 13/ 6
Now be those griefs past, and all is (God 2, 13/ 9
grace, that peril is past. Howbeit, as great is 2, 15/ 15
that jeopardy so well past, it gave him great 2, 51/ 29
namely the night last past, next before his death 2, 53/ 28
come to them and past them and entered into 2, 68/ 11
which things in times past ye stood evermore in 2, 69/ 23
Cross on Sunday last past, the right and title 2, 73/ 10
 
 PATRONS................1
Saint Peter were the patrons of ungracious living! Now 2, 31/ 5
 
 PATTERN................2
noble prince, that special pattern of knightly prowess, as 2, 67/ 28
noble prince, the special pattern of knightly prowess, which 2, 68/ 15
 
 PAUL...................1
apace; "for by St. Paul," quoth he, "I will 2, 49/ 12
 
 PAUL'S.................6
the bishop's palace at Paul's, and from thence through 2, 42/ 20
that was schoolmaster of Paul's, of chance standing by 2, 54/ 10
in a sermon at Paul's Cross, in which he 2, 59/ 13
in a sermon at Paul's Cross signify to the 2, 66/ 17
the Sunday after at Paul's Cross, in a great 2, 66/ 25
declared unto you, at Paul's Cross on Sunday last 2, 73/ 9
 
 PAY....................3
debts, being able to pay." And with that, divers 2, 32/ 26
that every man should pay, not what himself of 2, 70/ 2
one, and though he pay for nothing else. And 2, 80/ 29
 
 PAYING.................1
wotteth well, by the paying for his bulls, that 2, 80/ 28
 
 PAYMENT................1
should be delivered in payment of his debts, and 2, 32/ 30
 
 PEACE..................11
behavior in time of peace (for in war each 2, 3/ 21
joyful than proud, in peace just and merciful, in 2, 4/ 12
the commons in good peace. The lords whom he 2, 4/ 30
more meetly than for peace. Sundry victories had he 2, 8/ 1
should soon have made peace between the both parties 2, 10/ 9
to set you at peace. Ye see their youth 2, 11/ 18
to prosper in wealthful peace under your cousins my 2, 13/ 11
ere this land find peace again. Wherefore in these 2, 13/ 17
broken the amity and peace that the king her 2, 16/ 28
in good quiet and peace. Now was this proclamation 2, 54/ 3
coming from thence. And peace long after not much 2, 71/ 24
 
 PEACEABLE..............1
VI and was in peaceable possession of the realm 2, 60/ 3
 
 PEACEABLY..............1
crown again that he peaceably enjoyed it until his 2, 66/ 5
 
 PEER...................1
wist, would bear no peer -- kept him by 2, 84/ 8
 
 PEERS..................1
play but with their peers, or children could not 2, 38/ 19
 
 PENANCE................2
put her to open penance: going before the cross 2, 54/ 27
pitied they more her penance than rejoiced therein, when 2, 55/ 4
 
 PENKER.................3
Mayor -- and Friar Penker, Provincial of the Augustinian 2, 58/ 23
ears could abide them. Penker in his sermon so 2, 59/ 2
and many think, that Penker was not of counsel 2, 59/ 8
 
 PEOPLE.................52
and heaviness of his people from thence conveyed, was 2, 3/ 19
the substance of the people; nor he himself so 2, 3/ 25
not greatly grieved the people, for neither could any 2, 4/ 22
man looked for; the people toward the prince, not 2, 4/ 28
he was with his people so benign, courteous and 2, 5/ 8
favor among the common people, which oftentimes more esteem 2, 5/ 20
whose love of his people and their entire affection 2, 5/ 23
and great assembly of people, and, in manner, of 2, 16/ 8
the King's name much people, they should give the 2, 16/ 17
they should gather this people, not for the King's 2, 16/ 19
the other part much people again for their defense 2, 16/ 22
in the city, the people diversely divining upon this 2, 22/ 17
they showed unto the people all the way as 2, 24/ 8
part of the common people were therewith very well 2, 24/ 14
and murmur of the people -- as though they 2, 25/ 29
great rumor of the people, and their obloquy, but 2, 34/ 10
of muttering among the people as though all should 2, 44/ 23
at length, not common people only, that wave with 2, 45/ 7
the wondering of the people cast a comely rud 2, 54/ 32
and showing to the people about that they were 2, 57/ 27
first broken to the people in such wise that 2, 58/ 12
in authority among the people for opinion of their 2, 58/ 20
greatly esteemed among the people; but after that, never 2, 58/ 26
his preaching incline the people to the Protector's ghostly 2, 59/ 14
pretext for which the people should be content to 2, 59/ 16
favor with all the people, that he made kings 2, 65/ 31
Cross signify to the people that neither King Edward 2, 66/ 18
come in among the people to the sermonward, to 2, 68/ 1
should have moved the people even there to cry 2, 68/ 4
Buckingham, went through the people into the place where 2, 68/ 22
the sermon. But the people were so far from 2, 68/ 24
old friend what the people talked of him, all 2, 68/ 30
he said unto the people, with a clear and 2, 69/ 10
mischievous as where any people fall at distance among 2, 71/ 11
friends which, being honest people of themselves, so much 2, 72/ 13
yet be ye the people whom he had as 2, 72/ 21
and looked that the people, whom he hoped the 2, 75/ 1
meaneth this, that these people be so still?" "Sir 2, 75/ 7
answered of all the people that stood before, but 2, 75/ 16
and said that the people had not been accustomed 2, 75/ 20
had spoken to the people before -- and loath 2, 75/ 26
change made in the people, which always, after one 2, 75/ 31
he turned unto the people again, with these words 2, 76/ 2
At these words the people began to whisper among 2, 76/ 13
prince reigned upon any people that were so glad 2, 78/ 22
his obeisance as the people of this realm under 2, 78/ 23
time called), and the people departed, talking diversely of 2, 80/ 18
stage play all the people know right well that 2, 81/ 1
good will of the people -- when he had 2, 81/ 27
the sight of the people he took him by 2, 82/ 1
Which thing the common people rejoiced at and praised 2, 82/ 2
princes as the poorer people reputed and taken for 2, 82/ 24
 
 PEOPLE'S...............1
further appeasing of the people's mind, he sent immediately 2, 53/ 10