PLAYED.................1
for the more part played upon scaffolds. In which 2, 81/ 7
 
 PLAYETH................1
well that he that playeth the sultan is percase 2, 81/ 1
 
 PLAYFELLOW'............1
the King lacketh a playfellow' -- be ye sure 2, 38/ 13
 
 PLAYFELLOWS............1
send them both better playfellows than him that maketh 2, 38/ 14
 
 PLAYS..................1
as it were, stage plays -- and for the 2, 81/ 7
 
 PLEASANT...............4
commodity, and rather by pleasant advice to win themselves 2, 10/ 24
beauty as in her pleasant behavior. For a proper 2, 56/ 2
laws. Then, with as pleasant an oration as he 2, 81/ 22
fair words and many pleasant praises; and, perceiving by 2, 91/ 22
 
 PLEASE.................2
any man, if it please him to take the 2, 26/ 31
young prince that shall please you. And as for 2, 64/ 17
 
 PLEASED................3
by evil means before pleased him best, shall after 2, 12/ 2
the King whom it pleased them, and set new 2, 19/ 31
it might yet have pleased God, for the better 2, 93/ 22
 
 PLEASETH...............1
it, but as it pleaseth the prince to construe 2, 93/ 1
 
 PLEASING...............1
no less weighty than pleasing unto God and profitable 2, 69/ 14
 
 PLEASURE...............25
could any one man's pleasure stretch and extend to 2, 4/ 23
my more pain than pleasure proved, by God's blessed 2, 13/ 4
though God did his pleasure, yet should the realm 2, 13/ 13
to stand with his pleasure, there in his presence 2, 13/ 28
he, "saving the King's pleasure, was full unmeet to 2, 14/ 28
in which the King's pleasure had more place than 2, 15/ 20
the King at their pleasure. And for the colorable 2, 24/ 3
from him, whose special pleasure and comfort were to 2, 25/ 23
in recreation and moderate pleasure -- which he cannot 2, 26/ 8
said it for his pleasure or as they thought 2, 32/ 28
good to the realm, pleasure to the Council, and 2, 34/ 21
might stand with your pleasure to be in such 2, 35/ 21
as ready to your pleasure as that." And therewith 2, 47/ 9
it gave him great pleasure to talk with him 2, 51/ 30
the realm at their pleasure, and thereby to pill 2, 53/ 18
of gay apparel, ease, pleasure, and other wanton wealth 2, 55/ 15
King therefore took special pleasure. For many he had 2, 56/ 13
lose the fruit and pleasure of this that he 2, 63/ 19
had already. For small pleasure taketh a man of 2, 63/ 20
kings almost at his pleasure, and not impossible to 2, 65/ 32
realm for the prince's pleasure; with no less honor 2, 70/ 16
he set his voluptuous pleasure before his honor, was 2, 73/ 18
labor and pain than pleasure to him that so 2, 78/ 35
to do Your Grace pleasure the thing were right 2, 83/ 29
there "accomplish the King's pleasure" in such thing as 2, 84/ 24
 
 PLEDGE.................1
and soul both in pledge, not only for his 2, 40/ 14
 
 PLENTY.................1
among you is most plenty of all such things 2, 72/ 19
 
 PLIGHT.................3
and allies, in what plight I lie, you see 2, 11/ 12
neither is in the plight to send out -- 2, 37/ 24
day, and in such plight left it that it 2, 66/ 6
 
 PLUCKED................1
body." And therewith he plucked up his doublet sleeve 2, 48/ 9
 
 POINT..................13
But of all this point is there no certainty 2, 9/ 5
party -- in this point accorded together with the 2, 16/ 1
so meetly in that point for any of them 2, 34/ 30
brought him to that point that, where he had 2, 43/ 29
were thus at a point between themselves, they went 2, 44/ 8
both; for in that point could be none other 2, 59/ 26
nevertheless he would that point should be less, and 2, 59/ 28
men spared in that point to speak all the 2, 59/ 31
displeasure. But the other point, concerning the bastardy that 2, 59/ 32
yet was at a point in his own mind 2, 63/ 4
that be in every point comparable with her. And 2, 63/ 26
you. And in that point -- which in good 2, 72/ 3
his heart in this point to incline to their 2, 78/ 30
 
 POINTS.................2
prince and at all points fortunate -- if either 2, 7/ 3
Prince never tied his points, nor aught recked of 2, 85/ 7
 
 POLICY.................2
either by power or policy. Among whom they made 2, 58/ 15
now, partly by good policy, partly more by God's 2, 79/ 11
 
 POLITIC................5
behold, of heart courageous, politic in counsel, in adversity 2, 4/ 11
either of hardiness or politic order. Free was he 2, 8/ 3
valiant of hand as politic in counsel. Adjoined were 2, 14/ 13
prince more piteous than politic hath granted it, and 2, 31/ 21
a deep insight in politic worldly drifts. Whereby perceiving 2, 91/ 20
 
 POLITICLY..............1
by his well-deserved death politicly repressed, all the realm 2, 54/ 2
 
 POLLING................1
so much pilling and polling, among so many taxes 2, 69/ 26
 
 POMFRET................4
and afterward all to Pomfret, where they were in 2, 20/ 13
to be beheaded at Pomfret this selfsame day, in 2, 48/ 4
day be beheaded at Pomfret -- which he well 2, 52/ 8
his assent) beheaded at Pomfret the fore-remembered lords and 2, 57/ 18
 
 PONDERED...............2
the great knightly prowess pondered, with manifold virtues which 2, 74/ 4
on every part well pondered, God never gave this 2, 86/ 21
 
 PONDERING..............1
it seem light, well pondering that their youth without 2, 34/ 27
 
 POOR...................5
men run thither with poor men's goods; there they 2, 31/ 9
the fore-remembered marriage, this poor lady made humble suit 2, 60/ 28
or old, rich or poor, whom he set his 2, 72/ 7
upon scaffolds. In which poor men be but the 2, 81/ 8
I am myself one poor member, I was about 2, 93/ 20
 
 POORER.................1
with princes as the poorer people reputed and taken 2, 82/ 24
 
 POPE...................4
I wot ne'er what pope and what prince more 2, 31/ 20
against unlawful harms, never pope nor king intended to 2, 31/ 30
For neither king nor pope can give any place 2, 32/ 25
of England, whereunto the Pope joined the honor of 2, 91/ 15
 
 POPES..................1
which both kings and popes so good had granted 2, 28/ 1
 
 PORT...................1
decline into a proud port from debonair behavior of 2, 5/ 11
 
 POSSESSION.............5
grant him the quiet possession of the earldom of 2, 44/ 4
and put himself in possession of the crown, ere 2, 58/ 9
and was in peaceable possession of the realm, determining 2, 60/ 3
in the stead of possession and riches. And thus 2, 61/ 28
is now king in possession, I purpose not to 2, 93/ 18
 
 POSSESSIONS............3
of increase of his possessions -- and that he 2, 62/ 5
occasion leading thereunto, no possessions or other commodities depending 2, 62/ 10
the possibility of more possessions lose the fruit and 2, 63/ 19
 
 POSSIBILITY............4
the affinity, and great possibility of increase of his 2, 62/ 5
love, and for the possibility of more possessions lose 2, 63/ 18
own marriage. As for possibility of more inheritance by 2, 64/ 3
alive -- in good possibility to be hanged ere 2, 87/ 2
 
 POSSIBLE...............4
in all the haste possible, with her younger son 2, 20/ 29
he could think it possible to win the Lord 2, 46/ 13
desire, determined in all possible haste to marry her 2, 61/ 29
we of all titles possible take for most effectual 2, 80/ 4