PRIVILEGES.............1
For verily, since the privileges of that place and 2, 30/ 3
 
 PRIVILEGETH............1
her child, God's law privilegeth the sanctuary, and the 2, 39/ 27
 
 PRIVILY................4
day, they sent about privily to their servants in 2, 17/ 23
that these traitors had privily conveyed in their carriage 2, 24/ 9
up in prison, and privily slain and murdered, their 2, 86/ 18
whirled about, his body privily fenced, his hand ever 2, 87/ 14
 
 PRIVY..................5
few of their most privy friends set them down 2, 17/ 21
that this duke was privy to all the Protector's 2, 42/ 29
this matter, sending a privy messenger unto him straight 2, 42/ 32
the Protector had provided privy guard for himself, so 2, 43/ 23
that were about him privy to that matter, said 2, 75/ 6
 
 PROCEED................1
the King would not, proceed to the solemnization of 2, 64/ 31
 
 PROCEEDING.............1
of the Queen, and proceeding of great malice toward 2, 25/ 20
 
 PROCESS................6
can by no lawful process stand in jeopardy. And 2, 33/ 14
not whereunto his painted process draweth? ' It is 2, 38/ 10
itself so long a process, that every child might 2, 54/ 6
them hastily, without judgment, process, or manner of order 2, 58/ 1
Perkin in any compendious process by itself. But in 2, 83/ 3
and, perceiving by the process of their communications the 2, 91/ 23
 
 PROCESSION.............1
before the cross in procession upon a Sunday, with 2, 54/ 28
 
 PROCLAIMED.............1
when the lion had proclaimed that on pain of 2, 93/ 2
 
 PROCLAIMING............2
his death and the proclaiming could scant have sufficed 2, 54/ 7
So that upon the proclaiming thereof, one that was 2, 54/ 9
 
 PROCLAMATION...........5
of arms with a proclamation to be made through 2, 53/ 12
was there in the proclamation devised to the slander 2, 53/ 20
peace. Now was this proclamation made within two hours 2, 54/ 3
he made an open proclamation that he did put 2, 81/ 29
hence, because of this proclamation made of horned beasts 2, 93/ 7
 
 PROCTOR................1
that made her their proctor -- which simple woman 2, 71/ 33
 
 PROCURE................3
let as little to procure their destruction without cause 2, 36/ 30
troth, if they should procure her son to be 2, 40/ 21
than we intend to procure." With this there was 2, 80/ 16
 
 PROCURED...............3
all the matter leaned, procured the Protector hastily to 2, 46/ 20
considered that the Protector procured it more of a 2, 55/ 5
cause for which he procured of the King to 2, 92/ 23
 
 PROCURING..............1
his evil company, sinister procuring, and ungracious example, as 2, 53/ 23
 
 PROFESSED..............1
whose name she bore, professed and observed a religious 2, 3/ 11
 
 PROFIT.................7
his honor or our profit, or with the commodity 2, 15/ 6
to the Council, and profit to herself, succor to 2, 34/ 21
it was his honor, profit, and surety also, to 2, 62/ 2
of more trouble than profit. And we have already 2, 64/ 4
you shall do great profit to all this realm 2, 74/ 29
the laud of God, profit of the land, and 2, 78/ 21
and show how much profit the realm should take 2, 92/ 3
 
 PROFITABLE.............3
themselves favor than by profitable advertisement to do the 2, 10/ 25
pleasing unto God and profitable to all the realm 2, 69/ 14
of the realm more profitable than to you, the 2, 69/ 15
 
 PROGENY................1
marry in a noble progeny out of his realm 2, 62/ 3
 
 PROMISE................1
of the King's former promise) as for divers other 2, 11/ 6
 
 PROMISED...............2
of his own mind promised him a great quantity 2, 44/ 7
thought: whereof he faithfully promised there should never come 2, 92/ 20
 
 PROMISES...............1
wooing, and many great promises, she well espied the 2, 61/ 19
 
 PRONE..................1
perceive you the more prone and benevolently minded toward 2, 74/ 32
 
 PROOF..................8
And for the colorable proof thereof, such of the 2, 24/ 3
to God (for the proof whereof they have yet 2, 28/ 5
make you such a proof as, if either of 2, 41/ 16
of us hath a proof that neither of us 2, 64/ 12
compelled to no larger proof than themselves list to 2, 66/ 14
had laid for the proof and confirmation of this 2, 67/ 6
he might show a proof thereof, he commanded that 2, 81/ 31
long and often alternate proof as well of prosperity 2, 91/ 18
 
 PROPER.................2
a certain friendly faithfulness. Proper she was and fair 2, 55/ 23
pleasant behavior. For a proper wit had she, and 2, 56/ 2
 
 PROPERTIES.............2
which in three diverse properties diversely excelled: one the 2, 56/ 7
the praise of those properties. But the merriest was 2, 56/ 12
 
 PROPHECY...............1
it was written by prophecy. Now then, by and 2, 54/ 13
 
 PROPOSED...............1
at the Council he proposed unto them that it 2, 25/ 19
 
 PROPOSITION............2
before, should after this proposition made have cried "King 2, 75/ 2
Protector had heard the proposition, he looked very strangely 2, 78/ 24
 
 PROSPER................2
and good plain ways prosper. Great variance hath there 2, 12/ 4
likely right well to prosper in wealthful peace under 2, 13/ 10
 
 PROSPERITY.............4
adversity nothing abashed, in prosperity rather joyful than proud 2, 4/ 12
of body in great prosperity and fortune, without a 2, 4/ 21
own royal person. "The prosperity whereof standeth," quoth he 2, 26/ 6
proof as well of prosperity as adverse fortune, had 2, 91/ 19
 
 PROSPEROUS.............3
the Eighth in very prosperous estate, and worthy her 2, 3/ 17
was in quiet and prosperous estate: no fear of 2, 4/ 26
preserved to a more prosperous fortune, which I pray 2, 39/ 14
 
 PROTECTOR..............87
uncle, by office their Protector, to their father beholden 2, 6/ 4
most meet, to be Protector of the King and 2, 24/ 28
it so that the Protector so sore thirsted for 2, 25/ 11
better advices." When the Protector had said, all the 2, 27/ 19
Lord Cardinal, leaving the Protector with the Council in 2, 33/ 27
it for that the Protector intended not in this 2, 33/ 31
was thought unto the Protector and unto the whole 2, 34/ 8
greatly that my Lord Protector is so desirous to 2, 35/ 34
the Queen, "hath the Protector so tender zeal to 2, 37/ 22
had not! Troweth the Protector (I pray God he 2, 38/ 8
he may prove a protector!) -- troweth he that 2, 38/ 9
biting words against the Protector, and such as he 2, 40/ 10
nothing perceive what the Protector intended; troth, if they 2, 40/ 21
the remnant, and the Protector himself ready at hand 2, 40/ 26
Star Chamber, where the Protector took him in his 2, 42/ 15
came abroad. When the Protector had both the children 2, 42/ 24
first mover of the Protector to this matter, sending 2, 42/ 32
subtle wit of the Protector, deny that he ever 2, 43/ 2
places imprisoned as the Protector might with a beck 2, 43/ 20
likely that as the Protector had provided privy guard 2, 43/ 23
was agreed that the Protector should have the Duke's 2, 44/ 1
daughter, and that the Protector should grant him the 2, 44/ 3
of the Duke, the Protector of his own mind 2, 44/ 6
that solemnity. But the Protector and the Duke, after 2, 44/ 15
and to make the Protector king. To which council 2, 44/ 21
Bishopsgate Street, where the Protector kept his household. The 2, 44/ 32
kept his household. The Protector had the resort, the 2, 44/ 33
And of truth, the Protector and the Duke of 2, 46/ 8
company. And undoubtedly the Protector loved him well, and 2, 46/ 10
matter leaned, procured the Protector hastily to rid him 2, 46/ 21
of this matter, the Protector came in among them 2, 47/ 2
mess of strawberries. The Protector set the lords fast 2, 47/ 10
unto the King, and Protector of his royal person 2, 47/ 23
London. Then said the Protector, "Ye shall all see 2, 48/ 7
punishment. "What?" quoth the Protector. "Thou servest me, I 2, 48/ 24
hold. And anon the Protector said to the Lord 2, 48/ 30
thee, traitor!" quoth the Protector. And another let fly 2, 49/ 1
Lord Chamberlain, whom the Protector bade speed and shrive 2, 49/ 11
not be suffered, the Protector made so much haste 2, 49/ 15
And forasmuch as the Protector gave the boar for 2, 50/ 5
truth sent by the Protector to hasten him thitherward 2, 51/ 3
man's ear. But the Protector immediately after dinner, intending 2, 52/ 25
them. And then the Protector showed them that the 2, 52/ 31
have slain the Lord Protector and the Duke of 2, 53/ 16
not for covetousness, the Protector sent into the house 2, 54/ 14
they considered that the Protector procured it more of 2, 55/ 5
so devised by the Protector and his council that 2, 57/ 14
knight, whose service the Protector especially used in the 2, 57/ 22
and to hate the Protector and his party) -- 2, 57/ 30
way, then thought the Protector that -- while men 2, 58/ 5
in praise of the Protector before the coronation, the 2, 58/ 27
Prince and accept the Protector for king. In which 2, 59/ 17
slippery a ground the Protector built his color by 2, 66/ 11
it was by the Protector and his council concluded 2, 66/ 15
father to the Lord Protector," and declared the title 2, 67/ 9
was only the Lord Protector. For he declared then 2, 67/ 13
off. But the Lord Protector, he said, "that very 2, 67/ 27
of these words the Protector should have come in 2, 68/ 1
diligence. For while the Protector found by the way 2, 68/ 8
other matters ere the Protector came. Whom when he 2, 68/ 12
were in speaking, the Protector, accompanied with the Duke 2, 68/ 21
Duke of Gloucester, now Protector of this realm, hath 2, 73/ 11
of my noble Lord Protector, bearing, as nature requireth 2, 73/ 27
excellent prince the Lord Protector, as to the very 2, 74/ 2
puissant prince the Lord Protector that it may like 2, 74/ 9
this noble prince, now Protector, to be your king 2, 76/ 10
others belonging to the Protector, with some apprentices and 2, 76/ 17
Baynard's Castle, where the Protector lay. To which place 2, 77/ 11
word unto the Lord Protector of the being there 2, 77/ 14
His Grace. Whereupon the Protector made difficulty to come 2, 77/ 16
see how little the Protector looked for this matter 2, 77/ 21
wise offend. Then the Protector, as he was very 2, 78/ 5
under his. When the Protector had heard the proposition 2, 78/ 24
showed aloud unto the Protector that for a final 2, 79/ 16
words much moved the Protector, which else, as every 2, 79/ 25
The next day the Protector, with a great train 2, 81/ 11
as soon as the Protector left that name and 2, 84/ 27
Nottingham -- whither the Protector, from York, with many 2, 88/ 16
Duke met with the Protector himself, with horses, and 2, 89/ 1
things required of the Protector the Duke of Hereford's 2, 89/ 9
Henry before deprived, the Protector conceived such indignation that 2, 89/ 12
forth that when the Protector rode through London toward 2, 89/ 17
that green world the Protector had of the Duke 2, 90/ 4
tyrant) that either the Protector would give the Duke 2, 90/ 6
or the Duke the Protector occasion of mistrust. And 2, 90/ 7
as for the late Protector and now King . . ." And 2, 92/ 14
as for the late Protector, since he is now 2, 93/ 18