PRIDE..................3
not for him, whose pride, they wist, would bear 2, 84/ 8
Whose wisdom abused his pride to his own deliverance 2, 90/ 21
their communications the Duke's pride now and then balk 2, 91/ 23
 
 PRIEST.................6
heavily he took a priest at adventure and made 2, 49/ 14
a while with a priest whom he met in 2, 51/ 6
so long with that priest? You have no need 2, 51/ 8
no need of a priest yet" -- and therewith 2, 51/ 9
it is forbidden a priest, but I never wist 2, 64/ 19
they say that a priest of Sir Robert Brackenbury 2, 86/ 6
 
 PRIESTHOOD.............1
as nigh to approach priesthood in cleanness as he 2, 62/ 28
 
 PRINCE.................53
to wit, Edward, the Prince, a thirteen-year-of-age; Richard, Duke 2, 3/ 6
and virtue. This noble prince deceased at his palace 2, 3/ 18
there was never any prince of this land attaining 2, 3/ 23
the people toward the prince, not in a constrained 2, 4/ 28
of Englishmen from the prince), nor anything intended he 2, 5/ 2
he had a goodly prince) utterly rejected, the crown 2, 6/ 18
was a goodly, noble prince and at all points 2, 7/ 2
bringing up of the Prince, whose mind in tender 2, 11/ 30
was departed, the noble Prince his son drew toward 2, 14/ 1
for this encheason the Prince was in the life 2, 14/ 6
ordering of this young prince, at his sending thither 2, 14/ 10
planted next about the Prince. That drift by the 2, 14/ 16
over-great authority with the Prince -- in youth namely 2, 15/ 2
wise as that noble prince your husband delivered it 2, 22/ 9
fastly faithful to his prince, and that the Lord 2, 23/ 5
so reverently to the Prince, with all semblance of 2, 24/ 24
what pope and what prince more piteous than politic 2, 31/ 21
which necessity this noble prince is far, whose love 2, 32/ 9
your dearest son then Prince and now King should 2, 35/ 29
here I bore the Prince. And when my lord 2, 39/ 18
brought my babe the Prince unto his father, when 2, 39/ 20
great authority with his prince; of living somewhat dissolute 2, 52/ 19
as a goodly, continent prince, clean and faultless of 2, 54/ 25
great favor with the prince, after as great suit 2, 56/ 32
content to depose the Prince and accept the Protector 2, 59/ 17
of York, and the Prince by him. To lay 2, 59/ 21
sacred majesty of a prince, that ought as nigh 2, 62/ 27
bring forth a young prince that shall please you 2, 64/ 16
it was forbidden a prince." The Duchess with these 2, 64/ 19
delivered of Edward, the prince of whom we before 2, 65/ 25
Edward, and so the Prince and all his children 2, 66/ 22
said, "that very noble prince, that special pattern of 2, 67/ 28
is the very noble prince, the special pattern of 2, 68/ 15
favor him whom the prince favored not! We need 2, 70/ 28
only for that the prince by this noble city 2, 72/ 23
that the most excellent prince Richard, Duke of Gloucester 2, 73/ 10
of the late noble prince Richard, Duke of York 2, 73/ 30
unto the most excellent prince the Lord Protector, as 2, 74/ 2
unto the most puissant prince the Lord Protector that 2, 74/ 9
to have this noble prince, now Protector, to be 2, 76/ 10
in that that never prince reigned upon any people 2, 78/ 22
device to depose the Prince and take himself the 2, 78/ 33
the same to the Prince, under whom he was 2, 79/ 5
of the late noble prince of famous memory King 2, 83/ 1
served a much better prince, if he had well 2, 84/ 1
preparing the means. The Prince, as soon as the 2, 84/ 27
At which word the Prince, sore abashed, began to 2, 85/ 1
But forthwith was the Prince and his brother both 2, 85/ 4
After which time the Prince never tied his points 2, 85/ 7
against the most famous prince King Henry VII, both 2, 86/ 11
the Queen and the Prince while King Edward had 2, 90/ 26
world, till the noble prince King Henry VII got 2, 91/ 13
as it pleaseth the prince to construe it. And 2, 93/ 1
 
 PRINCE'S...............4
be rooted in the Prince's favor, the Duke of 2, 14/ 17
also divers of the Prince's old servants from him 2, 45/ 5
this realm for the prince's pleasure; with no less 2, 70/ 16
more partners of the prince's favor -- and namely 2, 84/ 7
 
 PRINCELY...............5
goodly personage and very princely to behold, of heart 2, 4/ 10
of nature, as many princely virtues, as much goodly 2, 5/ 26
that it was not princely to marry his own 2, 62/ 9
as well in all princely behavior as in the 2, 67/ 29
as well in all princely behavior as in the 2, 68/ 16
 
 PRINCES................6
days (in which many princes by a long-continued sovereignty 2, 5/ 10
age of the young princes his nephews (as opportunity 2, 9/ 23
with him. As though princes as young as they 2, 38/ 18
was as well with princes as the poorer people 2, 82/ 24
were these two noble princes -- these innocent, tender 2, 86/ 15
to talk much of princes, as thing not all 2, 92/ 28
 
 PRINT..................2
own countenance, the very print of his visage, the 2, 67/ 31
own countenance, the very print of his visage, the 2, 68/ 19
 
 PRISON.................9
into divers places to prison, and afterward all to 2, 20/ 13
him out of that prison and bring him to 2, 27/ 10
they reckoned as a prison -- and there should 2, 34/ 19
they should be in prison, neither -- as they 2, 36/ 28
sent her body to prison. And when he had 2, 54/ 17
them out of the prison to the scaffold, and 2, 57/ 27
Warwick took out of prison and set up again 2, 65/ 27
shortly shut up in prison, and privily slain and 2, 86/ 18
had the King in prison -- never came home 2, 90/ 26
 
 PRISONER...............1
Henry the Sixth, being prisoner in the Tower, as 2, 8/ 15
 
 PRIVATE................1
truth; nor, turning their private grudges into the common 2, 23/ 17
 
 PRIVILEGE..............13
of God, if the privilege of that holy place 2, 27/ 31
no breach of the privilege. The residue, since so 2, 31/ 19
nor king intended to privilege any one place. For 2, 32/ 1
one place. For that privilege hath every place. Knoweth 2, 32/ 1
tuition of some special privilege; which is the only 2, 32/ 8
without any breach of privilege, to be somewhat more 2, 32/ 20
any place such a privilege that it shall discharge 2, 32/ 25
he can have no privilege in this place which 2, 37/ 15
therefore they reckon no privilege broken though they fetch 2, 37/ 17
child "cannot require the privilege." Who told him so 2, 38/ 21
if I ask the privilege but for myself! -- 2, 38/ 25
sanctuary. And if my privilege could not serve him 2, 39/ 1
be sufficient to obtain privilege for my child, I 2, 39/ 8