PERADVENTURE...........7
always find kings, and peradventure as good kings. But 2, 13/ 14
of kindred, they might peradventure easily have betrapped and 2, 15/ 11
-- that they might peradventure bring the matter so 2, 23/ 20
him -- and that, peradventure, from them whom he 2, 43/ 25
that thing -- which peradventure we not so greatly 2, 76/ 3
not well-known, it should peradventure be thought that it 2, 78/ 31
never come hurt, and peradventure more good than he 2, 92/ 21
 
 PERCASE................4
And if she be percase so obstinate, and so 2, 27/ 6
Sir," quoth the Mayor, "percase they perceive you not 2, 75/ 7
playeth the sultan is percase a souter. Yet if 2, 81/ 2
Henry the Seventh, or percase that history of Perkin 2, 83/ 2
 
 PERCEIVE...............15
honor and her reproach, perceive that it was only 2, 27/ 13
of your lordships anything perceive to the contrary. For 2, 27/ 16
ye shall all well perceive that no lack of 2, 28/ 17
it is easy to perceive that frowardness letteth her 2, 29/ 11
presence of so many perceive that this errand was 2, 33/ 30
troweth he that I perceive not whereunto his painted 2, 38/ 9
that they could nothing perceive what the Protector intended 2, 40/ 20
in whom they should perceive toward the child any 2, 40/ 22
every child might well perceive that it was prepared 2, 54/ 6
as they might easily perceive it booted not greatly 2, 61/ 34
how much he shall perceive you the more prone 2, 74/ 32
the Mayor, "percase they perceive you not well." "That 2, 75/ 8
Duke, "since that we perceive it is all your 2, 76/ 29
and commons: "Since we perceive well that all the 2, 79/ 29
and we well also perceive that no man is 2, 79/ 32
 
 PERCEIVED..............11
if his intent were perceived, he should soon have 2, 10/ 8
last sickness, when he perceived his natural strength so 2, 10/ 14
building. For whomsoever he perceived either at variance with 2, 14/ 20
whereof cannot be well perceived but if we first 2, 60/ 1
Whose appetite when she perceived, she virtuously denied him 2, 61/ 15
him whose heart she perceived more firmly set than 2, 61/ 22
when it was clearly perceived that there was none 2, 65/ 7
great wise man well perceived when he said, "Vae 2, 74/ 17
which he had ever perceived much more labor and 2, 78/ 35
heard them but he perceived well enough that all 2, 80/ 23
after that the wretches perceived -- first by the 2, 85/ 24
 
 PERCEIVETH.............1
he whose wisdom well perceiveth the labor and study 2, 74/ 13
 
 PERCEIVING.............8
to go out -- perceiving well so great a 2, 18/ 10
men more unlikely (well perceiving that the intenders of 2, 24/ 11
were!" The Lord Cardinal, perceiving that the Queen waxed 2, 40/ 8
minds of men from perceiving of their drifts otherwhere 2, 44/ 11
one man, haply somewhat perceiving, filled many men with 2, 44/ 28
sore misgave them, well perceiving that this matter was 2, 48/ 12
politic worldly drifts. Whereby perceiving now this duke glad 2, 91/ 21
many pleasant praises; and, perceiving by the process of 2, 91/ 22
 
 PERFECTLY..............1
brother? Or who could perfectly love him, if his 2, 71/ 28
 
 PERIL..................9
to his grace, that peril is past. Howbeit, as 2, 15/ 15
by lawful means in peril -- there needeth he 2, 32/ 7
stood in danger and peril of the other! And 2, 34/ 15
also find, double the peril in the recidivation that 2, 35/ 11
either is there no peril -- nor none there 2, 50/ 18
needs cost fall in peril one way or other 2, 50/ 20
were not out of peril. For whom trusted he 2, 71/ 26
Duke, and in what peril the Duke stood if 2, 90/ 5
not all out of peril, though the word be 2, 92/ 28
 
 PERILOUS...............1
for them both more perilous than to be both 2, 41/ 30
 
 PERILS.................2
and courage fore-studied no perils; a loving man, and 2, 52/ 21
great cost and sundry perils and jeopardies in all 2, 72/ 27
 
 PERISH.................1
a good man shall perish, and haply he too 2, 13/ 16
 
 PERKIN.................2
for that only that Perkin Warbeck, by many folks' 2, 82/ 22
percase that history of Perkin in any compendious process 2, 83/ 2
 
 PERSALE................2
wise he could, one Persale, his trusty servant, who 2, 88/ 5
his secret chamber, where Persale, after his master's recommendation 2, 88/ 10
 
 PERSON.................15
as for his own person) either of hardiness or 2, 8/ 3
of each of other's person impugneth each other's counsel 2, 11/ 25
of his own royal person. "The prosperity whereof standeth 2, 25/ 32
by Saint Peter's own person in spirit, accompanied with 2, 28/ 3
I dare put no person earthly in trust with 2, 35/ 8
as toward her noble person, neither was nor could 2, 37/ 2
this liberty for my person only, or for my 2, 38/ 26
Protector of his royal person and his realm?" At 2, 47/ 23
wanton dotage upon her person. In which marriage many 2, 62/ 12
this widow. In whose person, albeit there was nothing 2, 62/ 16
he anything liked, either person or favor, speech, pace 2, 72/ 8
which in his noble person singularly abound, the nobles 2, 74/ 5
would unto none other person any part disclose, that 2, 77/ 25
Thomas Tyrell -- of person like, and brethren of 2, 84/ 17
hath planted in the person of Your Grace." 2, 93/ 25
 
 PERSONAGE..............3
He was a goodly personage and very princely to 2, 4/ 9
God that this noble personage, which is so righteously 2, 74/ 20
man of right goodly personage, and for nature's gifts 2, 83/ 31
 
 PERSONAGES.............1
two were somewhat greater personages, and nevertheless of their 2, 56/ 10
 
 PERSONS................6
should refrain evil disposed persons from the boldness of 2, 14/ 8
the company of ancient persons, but in the familiar 2, 26/ 9
nor place determined, nor persons appointed -- all thing 2, 40/ 29
have encouraged other mischievous persons, partners of his conspiracy 2, 53/ 33
begotten unlawfully by other persons by the adultery of 2, 66/ 21
their goods as their persons greatly endangered, either by 2, 70/ 31
 
 PERSUADED..............4
of belief and soon persuaded. Ye remember, I trow 2, 15/ 3
the Queen to be persuaded and brought in the 2, 16/ 12
being in this wise persuaded, such word sent unto 2, 17/ 1
nor needed to doubt, persuaded the lords to believe 2, 23/ 4
 
 PERSUASIONS............1
is himself. With these persuasions of the Lord Hastings 2, 23/ 25
 
 PERTAINED..............1
the custody thereof nothing pertained without especial commandment of 2, 22/ 31
 
 PESTILENT..............2
agree together. Such a pestilent serpent is ambition and 2, 12/ 21
so deadly and so pestilent as when it happeneth 2, 71/ 12
 
 PETER..................2
though God and Saint Peter were the patrons of 2, 31/ 5
any displeasure to Saint Peter, take her out of 2, 33/ 2
 
 PETER'S................3
ago -- by Saint Peter's own person in spirit 2, 28/ 3
in the abbey Saint Peter's cope to show) that 2, 28/ 6
her out of Saint Peter's church by the arm 2, 33/ 2
 
 PETITION...............5
make a suit by petition to the King, Dame 2, 60/ 13
determined to make humble petition unto the most puissant 2, 74/ 9
shall he to our petition in that behalf the 2, 74/ 23
Buckingham first made humble petition unto him, on the 2, 77/ 30
to incline to your petition and request, and, according 2, 80/ 6