ASCRIBED...............1
that it would be ascribed (as it was indeed 2, 22/ 29
 
 ASIDE..................1
taking her afterward secretly aside, began to enter in 2, 61/ 8
 
 ASK....................11
their godfathers; he must ask it himself that must 2, 32/ 13
can have will to ask it nor malice to 2, 37/ 16
He shall hear him ask it, and he will 2, 38/ 22
Suppose he could not ask it; suppose he would 2, 38/ 23
suppose he would not ask it; suppose he would 2, 38/ 23
it; suppose he would ask to go out. If 2, 38/ 24
not -- if I ask the privilege but for 2, 38/ 24
serve him, nor he ask it for himself, yet 2, 39/ 2
of whom I shall ask them both, before God 2, 41/ 33
booted him not to ask why, but heavily he 2, 49/ 13
advancement whereof we never ask of God longer to 2, 80/ 15
 
 ASKED..................5
twain ensured her, then asked he counsel of his 2, 61/ 32
And when he once asked one that had been 2, 68/ 29
to take! Which never asked little, but everything was 2, 70/ 4
must he be twice asked whether he will be 2, 80/ 29
him run so fast, asked him whither he made 2, 93/ 5
 
 ASLEEP.................1
that he had been asleep that day. And after 2, 47/ 5
 
 ASLOPE.................1
matter should be touched aslope, craftily, as though men 2, 59/ 30
 
 ASSEMBLE...............3
of her kindred should assemble in the King's name 2, 16/ 16
which cause they should assemble on the other part 2, 16/ 22
conspiracy, to gather and assemble themselves together in making 2, 53/ 34
 
 ASSEMBLED..............7
for fear of themselves, assembled in sundry companies and 2, 22/ 20
and by, the lords assembled together at London. Toward 2, 22/ 27
at the Council next assembled, he was made the 2, 24/ 27
June -- many lords assembled in the Tower and 2, 46/ 29
he at his return assembled a great puissance against 2, 65/ 15
great audience (as always assembled great number to his 2, 66/ 26
all the aldermen being assembled about him, all the 2, 69/ 6
 
 ASSEMBLING.............1
their best manner appareled, assembling themselves together, resorted unto2, 77/ 10
 
 ASSEMBLY...............1
the gathering and great assembly of people, and, in 2, 16/ 8
 
 ASSENT.................4
brother that by the assent of the nobles of 2, 25/ 30
which were by his assent before devised to be 2, 48/ 4
there (not without his assent) beheaded at Pomfret the 2, 57/ 18
rather than he would assent to that judgment, than 2, 70/ 18
 
 ASSUAGED...............1
he deposed, was well assuaged, and in effect quenched 2, 4/ 5
 
 ASSURE.................3
shall be well." "I assure him," quoth the Archbishop 2, 21/ 13
good cheer. For I assure you, if they crown 2, 22/ 6
see further. For I assure you, for that I 2, 37/ 9
 
 ASSURED................1
so was she well assured they would not be 2, 41/ 9
 
 ASSURETH...............1
no fear. For he assureth you that all shall 2, 21/ 13
 
 ASTONISHED.............1
the lords sat sore astonished, musing much by whom 2, 47/ 24
 
 ASUNDER................2
their hearts were far asunder. As soon as the 2, 13/ 31
defense while they be asunder, and each of their 2, 41/ 28
 
 AT.....................128
and eight days, died at Westminster the ninth day 2, 3/ 4
often in adversity -- at the last, if this 2, 3/ 15
This noble prince deceased at his palace of Westminster 2, 3/ 18
thence conveyed, was interred at Windsor. A king of 2, 3/ 20
of his life as at the time of his 2, 3/ 26
toward him more increased. At such time as he 2, 4/ 3
lords whom he knew at variance, himself in his 2, 4/ 31
saw, His Highness, being at Windsor in hunting, sent 2, 5/ 14
nobles of the realm at Wakefield slain, leaving three 2, 6/ 24
goodly, noble prince and at all points fortunate -- 2, 7/ 3
to be king -- at the leastwise, heinous treason 2, 7/ 9
conclusion, or was now at erst thereunto moved, and 2, 9/ 22
before him that were at variance, and in especial 2, 10/ 26
God forbid) find you at variance, might hap to 2, 11/ 16
hap to fall themselves at war ere their discretion 2, 11/ 17
serve to set you at peace. Ye see their 2, 11/ 18
favor; so that ever, at length, evil drifts drive 2, 12/ 3
with the best, and at last chief and above 2, 12/ 26
a child's reign fall at debate, many a good 2, 13/ 15
toward London -- which at the time of his 2, 14/ 1
decease kept his household at Ludlow, in Wales. Which 2, 14/ 2
robbers and reavers walking at liberty, uncorrected. And for 2, 14/ 5
of this young prince, at his sending thither, was 2, 14/ 10
whomsoever he perceived either at variance with them or 2, 14/ 20
that the lords which at that time were about 2, 16/ 4
and be with him at Stony Stratford, eleven miles 2, 17/ 14
of the night. And at their rising in the 2, 17/ 22
by the whole Council at London; saving that somewhat 2, 19/ 17
better them than him. At which dealing he wept 2, 20/ 1
it booted not. And at dinner the Duke of 2, 20/ 3
the lords assembled together at London. Toward which meeting 2, 22/ 27
the customable manner. And at this meeting the Lord 2, 23/ 1
and govern the King at their pleasure. And for 2, 24/ 3
some were harnesses, which at the breaking up of 2, 24/ 6
violet, received him reverently at Hornsea, and riding from 2, 24/ 19
so great trust that at the Council next assembled 2, 24/ 26
the wolf to keep. At which Council also, the 2, 25/ 1
farther liberty. Wherefore, incontinent, at the next meeting of 2, 25/ 17
meeting of the lords at the Council he proposed 2, 25/ 18
man that will be at war with women. Would 2, 28/ 23
places especially: the one at the elbow of the 2, 30/ 29
king, leaving his body at liberty, satisfy the party 2, 32/ 23
fear, yet is there at the leastwise some fear 2, 33/ 7
herein is there none at all. And verily I 2, 33/ 8
unto the Star Chamber at Westminster. And the Lord 2, 33/ 26
the King's presence -- at his liberty, out of 2, 34/ 18
with the King, honorably, at his liberty, to the 2, 35/ 24
this well appeareth: that at such time as your 2, 35/ 29
the Protector himself ready at hand, so that she 2, 40/ 26
them of trust. And at the last she took 2, 41/ 12
unto the bishop's palace at Paul's, and from thence 2, 42/ 20
when they were thus at a point between themselves 2, 44/ 8
partly of purpose, caused, at length, not common people 2, 45/ 7
making day and night at Westminster, and much victual 2, 46/ 32
have very good strawberries at your garden in Holborn 2, 47/ 7
person and his realm?" At this question all the 2, 47/ 23
her," meaning the Queen. At these words many of 2, 47/ 30
devised to be beheaded at Pomfret this selfsame day 2, 48/ 4
same day be beheaded at London. Then said the 2, 48/ 6
board, a great rap. At which token given, one 2, 48/ 27
And another let fly at the Lord Stanley, which 2, 49/ 2
Lord Stanley, which shrank at the stroke and fell 2, 49/ 3
he took a priest at adventure and made a 2, 49/ 14
with the head, interred at Windsor, beside the body 2, 49/ 23
secret messenger unto him at midnight in all the 2, 49/ 31
-- a mean man at that time, and now 2, 51/ 4
in the same place. At which other time the 2, 51/ 18
that day be beheaded at Pomfret -- which he 2, 52/ 7
into the Tower; and at their coming, himself, with 2, 52/ 27
King and the realm at their pleasure, and thereby 2, 53/ 18
scribbled forth in haste, at adventure. So that upon 2, 54/ 9
nevertheless every man laughed at to hear it then 2, 54/ 23
proved by her, for at this day she beggeth 2, 57/ 12
she beggeth of many at this day living, that 2, 57/ 12
this day living, that at this day had begged 2, 57/ 13
without his assent) beheaded at Pomfret the fore-remembered lords 2, 57/ 18
taken from the King at Northampton and Stony Stratford 2, 57/ 19
incontinent upon it, but at St. Mary's Hospital at 2, 59/ 10
at St. Mary's Hospital at the Easter after. But 2, 59/ 11
matter, in a sermon at Paul's Cross, in which 2, 59/ 13
was after his queen), at that time a widow 2, 60/ 14
had on Shrove Tuesday at St. Alban's against King 2, 60/ 22
knighthood, for he was at the same field slain 2, 60/ 23
it well, yet was at a point in his 2, 63/ 4
so little to grudge at that I love, nor 2, 63/ 31
anger and disdain he at his return assembled a 2, 65/ 15
put down kings almost at his pleasure, and not 2, 65/ 32
number than he had, at Barnet on the Easter 2, 66/ 2
marriage somewhat the more at length because it might 2, 66/ 10
should in a sermon at Paul's Cross signify to 2, 66/ 17
Shaa the Sunday after at Paul's Cross, in a 2, 66/ 25
of those that were at any time the King's 2, 71/ 5
King's enemies; which was, at one time and other 2, 71/ 6
where any people fall at distance among themselves, nor 2, 71/ 11
that you were nearest at hand, since that near 2, 72/ 20
substantially declared unto you, at Paul's Cross on Sunday 2, 73/ 9
may like His Grace, at our humble request, to 2, 74/ 10
king -- or not." At these words the people 2, 76/ 13
swarm of bees; till at the last, in the 2, 76/ 15
the press, began suddenly at men's backs to cry 2, 76/ 18
their sorrow, were fain at his back to turn 2, 77/ 5
their heart burst out at their eyes. Then on 2, 77/ 6
any part disclose, that at the last he came 2, 77/ 26
what they know. For at the consecration of a 2, 80/ 27
twice say nay, and at the third time take 2, 80/ 30
the common people rejoiced at and praised, but wise 2, 82/ 2
shall have place more at large to treat if 2, 82/ 32
same to King Richard at Warwick, yet in his 2, 83/ 22
those fail me and at my commandment will do 2, 83/ 26
communication had he sitting at the draught -- a 2, 84/ 14
should have the crown. At which word the Prince 2, 84/ 29
murderers to bury them at the stair-foot, meetly deep 2, 85/ 28
it, and well-known, that at such time as Sir 2, 86/ 9
the ministers: Miles Forest at St. Martin's piecemeal rotted 2, 87/ 1
Sir James Tyrell died at Tower Hill, beheaded for 2, 87/ 3
within few days after, at Nottingham -- whither the 2, 88/ 16
had, eftsoons departed. Whereupon at Northampton the Duke met 2, 89/ 1
seemed, very great friends, at Gloucester. From whence as 2, 89/ 4
to have been murdered at Gloucester. (From which, nevertheless 2, 90/ 1
surely some right secret at the days deny this 2, 90/ 2
it, that the Duke, at such time as the 2, 90/ 11
of truth not well at ease, and that both 2, 90/ 14
and trusty manner departed at Gloucester. But soon after 2, 90/ 17
taken in the council at the Tower), waxed with 2, 90/ 20
to both his masters at once, with infinite benefit 2, 91/ 9
he might reckon himself at home, and else had 2, 92/ 24
The Duke laughed merrily at the tale, and said 2, 93/ 10
shall pick any matter at anything here spoken, for 2, 93/ 12