PHYSICIANS.............1
that there is, as physicians say, and as we 2, 35/ 9
 
 PICK...................1
nor the boar shall pick any matter at anything 2, 93/ 12
 
 PICKED.................1
in his presence they picked a quarrel to the 2, 19/ 7
 
 PIECEMEAL..............1
Forest at St. Martin's piecemeal rotted away. Dighton, indeed 2, 87/ 1
 
 PIERCE.................1
was able soon to pierce a soft, tender heart 2, 55/ 16
 
 PILL...................2
he was fain to pill and spoil in other 2, 8/ 6
pleasure, and thereby to pill and spoil whom they 2, 53/ 19
 
 PILLED.................1
that there was daily pilled, from good men and 2, 69/ 29
 
 PILLING................1
therefor, among so much pilling and polling, among so 2, 69/ 26
 
 PILLOWS................2
himself and underset with pillows, as it is reported 2, 11/ 10
force the featherbed and pillows hard unto their mouths 2, 85/ 20
 
 PITEOUS................2
and what prince more piteous than politic hath granted 2, 31/ 21
he with the most piteous and wicked: I mean 2, 82/ 17
 
 PITEOUSLY..............1
wist it was done, piteously bewailed and sorrowfully repented 2, 7/ 15
 
 PITIED.................2
see sin corrected, yet pitied they more her penance 2, 55/ 4
-- he not only pitied her but also waxed 2, 61/ 7
 
 PITIETH................1
so hard-hearted that he pitieth not, that worshipful man's 2, 70/ 25
 
 PITY...................7
is a deed of pity that such men as 2, 30/ 8
fall thereto, it is pity the sanctuary should serve 2, 30/ 16
or the king of pity may. "Then look me 2, 30/ 22
lay. But surely great pity was it that he 2, 45/ 28
mischief, as far from pity as from all fear 2, 57/ 26
have inclined men to pity them and to hate 2, 57/ 29
with his eye of pity to behold the long-continued 2, 78/ 13
 
 PLACE..................49
or kindness had held place, must needs have been 2, 6/ 2
flattery shall have more place than plain and faithful 2, 11/ 28
by going to the place that they all preach 2, 12/ 11
had not held better place with the King than 2, 15/ 10
King's pleasure had more place than the parties' wills 2, 15/ 20
there in the abbot's place. Now came there one 2, 21/ 3
of England), to his place not far from Westminster 2, 21/ 5
privilege of that holy place should now be broken 2, 27/ 31
that durst that sacred place violate, or so holy 2, 28/ 7
and bide in such place where they may with 2, 29/ 7
the privileges of that place and others like have 2, 30/ 3
poverty should have some place of liberty, to keep 2, 30/ 9
wealth, out of that place in which he neither 2, 31/ 26
to privilege any one place. For that privilege hath 2, 32/ 1
that privilege hath every place. Knoweth any man any 2, 32/ 2
Knoweth any man any place wherein it is lawful 2, 32/ 2
nature forbiddeth in every place, and maketh, to that 2, 32/ 5
for every man every place a sanctuary. But where 2, 32/ 6
pope can give any place such a privilege that 2, 32/ 25
King's brother in that place was the thing which 2, 34/ 9
liberty, out of that place which they reckoned as 2, 34/ 18
to be in such place as might stand with 2, 35/ 21
he bideth in this place, it is all their 2, 36/ 20
no privilege in this place which neither can have 2, 37/ 15
-- and in what place could I reckon him 2, 37/ 29
gloss by which that place that may defend a 2, 38/ 4
seek. For in this place in which we now 2, 39/ 9
now reigning, as this place was sometime to the 2, 39/ 23
king's enemy. In which place I intend to keep 2, 39/ 23
to serve her nor place determined, nor persons appointed 2, 40/ 29
be both in one place. For what wise merchant 2, 41/ 31
the coronation in one place, as fast were they 2, 44/ 19
were they in another place contriving the contrary, and 2, 44/ 20
and drew to Crosby's Place in Bishopsgate Street, where 2, 44/ 32
matter in the one place, little wot we whereof 2, 45/ 14
talk in the other place." "My lord," quoth the 2, 45/ 15
him down in his place, all the lords much 2, 47/ 18
wharf, so near the place where his head was 2, 51/ 15
their meeting in that place, he was put in 2, 51/ 16
together in the same place. At which other time 2, 51/ 18
pursuivant in the same place, that jeopardy so well 2, 51/ 29
thereof in the same place while he was therein 2, 52/ 1
church lightly to any place but it were to 2, 56/ 9
the people into the place where the doctors commonly 2, 68/ 23
Protector lay. To which place repaired also, according to 2, 77/ 11
the crown in that place -- there where the 2, 81/ 20
part, we shall have place more at large to 2, 82/ 32
buried in a better place because they were a 2, 86/ 4
interred them in such place as, by the occasion 2, 86/ 7
 
 PLACED.................1
there, when he had placed himself in the Court 2, 81/ 15
 
 PLACES.................10
and spoil in other places and get him steadfast 2, 8/ 6
north country into divers places to prison, and afterward 2, 20/ 12
as well in other places about as specially in 2, 22/ 17
well there be some places of refuge for both 2, 30/ 13
thieves, of which these places be full, and which 2, 30/ 15
And that in two places especially: the one at 2, 30/ 29
the boldness of these places; yea, and rich men 2, 31/ 9
again as though those places gave them not only 2, 31/ 16
now beset in such places about that he could 2, 41/ 2
he saw in such places imprisoned as the Protector 2, 43/ 20
 
 PLAIN..................7
have more place than plain and faithful advice, of 2, 11/ 28
to naught and good plain ways prosper. Great variance 2, 12/ 4
Tell him it is plain witchcraft to believe in 2, 50/ 13
of living somewhat dissolute; plain and open to his 2, 52/ 19
-- not even fully plain and directly, but that 2, 59/ 29
sure, undoubted image, the plain, express likeness of that 2, 67/ 32
sure, undoubted image, the plain, express likeness of the 2, 68/ 20
 
 PLAINLY................7
as they thought, agreed plainly that by the law 2, 32/ 28
him good, I say plainly that he breaketh no 2, 33/ 18
conclusion she showed him plainly that as she wist 2, 61/ 23
have, we require you plainly to show us." When 2, 74/ 34
nevertheless so evidently and plainly, with voice, gesture, and 2, 75/ 11
there was nothing so plainly and openly proved but 2, 82/ 27
in the Tower!), who plainly answered that he would 2, 83/ 20
 
 PLANTED................2
the Queen, so was planted next about the Prince 2, 14/ 15
as our Lord hath planted in the person of 2, 93/ 24
 
 PLATE..................1
thither with their husbands' plate and say they dare 2, 31/ 12
 
 PLAY...................12
youth without recreation and play cannot endure, nor any 2, 34/ 28
none be found to play with the King but 2, 38/ 16
hath no lust to play, for sickness -- come 2, 38/ 16
of his safeguard, to play with him. As though 2, 38/ 17
they be could not play but with their peers 2, 38/ 18
or children could not play but with their kindred 2, 38/ 19
in earnest, part in play, merrily, as he that 2, 63/ 2
And in a stage play all the people know 2, 81/ 1
for marring of the play." And so they said 2, 81/ 6
sometimes step up and play with them, when they 2, 81/ 9
them, when they cannot play their parts, they disorder 2, 81/ 10
parts, they disorder the play and do themselves no 2, 81/ 10