POSSIBLY...............1
as much as she possibly might, alleging that it 2, 62/ 2
 
 POTTIER................3
the house of one Pottier, dwelling in Red Cross 2, 9/ 9
in, he showed unto Pottier that King Edward was 2, 9/ 11
my troth, man," quoth Pottier, "then will my master 2, 9/ 12
 
 POVERTY................1
debtors have brought in poverty should have some place 2, 30/ 9
 
 POWER..................10
and somewhat above his power liberal; with large gifts 2, 8/ 4
honor and of great power, the one by long 2, 15/ 30
coronation accompanied with such power of their friends that 2, 16/ 6
for their defense whose power, she wist well, far 2, 16/ 23
not lie in his power. And when he began 2, 18/ 22
dissuaded the gathering of power about the King, got 2, 20/ 28
well you be wise. Power and strength to keep 2, 42/ 2
where the Lord Chamberlain's power chiefly lay. But surely 2, 45/ 28
in stead, either by power or policy. Among whom 2, 58/ 15
that muchwhat by the power of the Earl of 2, 65/ 29
 
 PRAISE.................7
shame won her much praise among those that were 2, 55/ 2
and to forbear the praise of those properties. But 2, 56/ 12
had a sermon in praise of the Protector before 2, 58/ 27
to descend into the praise of the Lord Richard 2, 67/ 8
of his protectorship (the praise given to God) well 2, 79/ 9
Duke first began to praise and boast the King 2, 92/ 3
many (little needing my praise), it might yet have 2, 93/ 22
 
 PRAISED................1
people rejoiced at and praised, but wise men took 2, 82/ 2
 
 PRAISES................1
words and many pleasant praises; and, perceiving by the 2, 91/ 22
 
 PRAY...................10
in this realm, I pray God as well forget 2, 13/ 2
Troweth the Protector (I pray God he may prove 2, 38/ 8
be ye sure! I pray God send them both 2, 38/ 13
prosperous fortune, which I pray God long to continue 2, 39/ 14
his arms. And I pray God that my son's 2, 39/ 21
this holy sanctuary, I pray God shortly send him 2, 40/ 3
me to him, and pray him be merry and 2, 50/ 23
What, my lord! I pray you come on! Whereto 2, 51/ 8
And therefore, madam, I pray you be content; I 2, 64/ 12
and nevertheless I heartily pray you so to do 2, 74/ 26
 
 PRAYED.................2
thanked the Duke, and prayed the messenger to bear 2, 20/ 5
and many times had prayed full heartily for his 2, 65/ 11
 
 PRAYING................3
to the Lord Rivers, praying him to be of 2, 20/ 4
in communing, and thereupon, praying them to spare him 2, 47/ 11
favor they bore him, praying them for his sake 2, 79/ 4
 
 PREACH.................1
place that they all preach of. But this shall 2, 12/ 12
 
 PREACHER...............2
which once ended, the preacher got him home and 2, 68/ 27
to lie. Which honorable preacher, ye well remember, substantially 2, 73/ 8
 
 PREACHER'S.............4
wot ne'er whether any preacher's words ought more to 2, 12/ 10
put them in the preacher's mouth, and should have 2, 68/ 4
Protector's negligence or the preacher's overmuch diligence. For while 2, 68/ 7
great authority as the preacher's of the word of 2, 73/ 4
 
 PREACHERS..............2
shall I leave for preachers to tell you -- 2, 12/ 9
of divinity, both great preachers, both of more learning 2, 58/ 24
 
 PREACHING..............2
the authority of his preaching incline the people to 2, 59/ 14
great number to his preaching), he took for his 2, 66/ 27
 
 PRECISELY..............1
so obstinate, and so precisely set upon her own 2, 27/ 7
 
 PREEMINENCE............1
us the royal estate, preeminence, and kingdom of the 2, 80/ 8
 
 PREPARE................1
they went about to prepare for the coronation of 2, 44/ 9
 
 PREPARED...............1
perceive that it was prepared before. For all the 2, 54/ 6
 
 PREPARING..............1
them, devising before and preparing the means. The Prince 2, 84/ 27
 
 PRESENCE...............14
parties, were come in presence, the King, lifting up 2, 11/ 9
pleasure, there in his presence (as by their words 2, 13/ 28
the authority of his presence should refrain evil disposed 2, 14/ 8
they came in his presence, they lighted adown, with 2, 18/ 30
and by, in his presence they picked a quarrel 2, 19/ 6
knight, in the King's presence, and brought the King 2, 19/ 25
him to his noble presence -- in whose continual 2, 27/ 11
that she should by presence of so many perceive 2, 33/ 30
were come together in presence, the Lord Cardinal showed 2, 34/ 7
brought unto the King's presence -- at his liberty 2, 34/ 18
was done in the presence and by the order 2, 57/ 20
words meeting with his presence might have been taken 2, 68/ 2
might resort to his presence to purpose their intent 2, 77/ 24
be admitted to the presence and speech of his 2, 88/ 7
 
 PRESENT................10
and none was there present that could refrain from 2, 13/ 26
naught, comparing this manner present with this last night's 2, 18/ 12
our Reverend Father here present, my Lord Cardinal, who 2, 26/ 30
were of the spiritualty present, that it were not 2, 27/ 28
the clergy that were present, whether they said it 2, 32/ 27
the other lords there present, he durst lay his 2, 40/ 14
no man was there present but well knew that 2, 48/ 18
doubt not, many here present that either in themselves 2, 70/ 29
effect of this our present errand. It shall not 2, 72/ 32
the meantime, for this present matter, I shall rehearse 2, 83/ 3
 
 PRESERVED..............1
in his cradle and preserved to a more prosperous 2, 39/ 13
 
 PRESS..................1
the hall among the press, began suddenly at men's 2, 76/ 18
 
 PRESUME................2
bishop that durst it presume to consecrate. "And therefore 2, 28/ 8
so devilish that durst presume to break? And I 2, 37/ 31
 
 PRESUMING..............1
his good -- not presuming to touch a King's 2, 55/ 18
 
 PRETEND................1
other color but to pretend that his own mother 2, 59/ 26
 
 PRETENDED..............4
color by which he pretended King Edward's children to 2, 66/ 11
covertly demeaned, one thing pretended and another meant, that 2, 82/ 26
of diverse folk diverse-wise pretended. This duke -- as 2, 88/ 1
lands, to which he pretended himself just inheritor. And 2, 89/ 10
 
 PRETEXT................8
tarry, but intending, under pretext of dissension and debate 2, 6/ 22
might first, under the pretext of revenging of old 2, 10/ 3
upon such a trifling pretext; as though there could 2, 38/ 15
devise of some convenient pretext for which the people 2, 59/ 16
uttermost. The color and pretext whereof cannot be well 2, 59/ 34
disdained it that, under pretext of her duty to 2, 64/ 22
there could lack a pretext. For since the King 2, 71/ 2
rich man for a pretext of treason to have 2, 71/ 4
 
 PREVENT................2
in the realm, to prevent his time and to 2, 6/ 23
tarrying lest he should prevent those words, and the 2, 68/ 9
 
 PREVENTING.............1
For since the King, preventing the time of his 2, 71/ 2
 
 PREY...................1
had but half his prey in his hand -- 2, 25/ 14
 
 PRICK..................3
revenge them. Who would prick him forward thereunto if 2, 43/ 13
sought the ways to prick him forward -- taking 2, 91/ 26
to spurn against a prick nor labor to set 2, 92/ 13