PROTECTOR'S............12
put him in the Protector's hands, that hath his 2, 39/ 28
privy to all the Protector's counsel even from the 2, 42/ 29
and some of the Protector's friends said that the 2, 42/ 31
king, and that the Protector's only lawful son should 2, 44/ 2
the King without the Protector's appointment -- which removed 2, 45/ 4
the people to the Protector's ghostly purpose. But now 2, 59/ 14
the rebuke of the Protector's own mother, which was 2, 59/ 25
quailed, either by the Protector's negligence or the preacher's 2, 68/ 7
great pain) in the Protector's name, the Duke stood 2, 69/ 8
the Duke, by the Protector's license, a little rounded 2, 79/ 13
secret instruction of the Protector's mind, yet met him 2, 88/ 15
first set upon the Protector's head, his eye could 2, 90/ 12
 
 PROTECTORSHIP..........1
little while of his protectorship (the praise given to 2, 79/ 8
 
 PROUD..................6
prosperity rather joyful than proud, in peace just and 2, 4/ 12
sovereignty decline into a proud port from debonair behavior 2, 5/ 11
or were it a proud appetite of the Duke 2, 7/ 8
he was, of a proud heart, highly desirous) should 2, 58/ 18
I am not so proud to look therefor -- 2, 73/ 3
what mischief worketh the proud enterprise of an high 2, 86/ 23
 
 PROVE..................2
pray God he may prove a protector!) -- troweth 2, 38/ 8
he moved Catesby to prove, with some words cast 2, 46/ 12
 
 PROVED.................3
more pain than pleasure proved, by God's blessed Lady 2, 13/ 4
which is not worst proved by her, for at 2, 57/ 6
so plainly and openly proved but that yet, for 2, 82/ 27
 
 PROVETH................2
king, nature and kindred proveth; whose innocence, to all 2, 32/ 10
world his tender youth proveth. And so sanctuary, as 2, 32/ 11
 
 PROVIDED...............2
as the Protector had provided privy guard for himself 2, 43/ 23
of God have otherwise provided, I purpose not to 2, 92/ 12
 
 PROVIDENCE.............1
more by God's special providence than man's provision, repressed 2, 79/ 11
 
 PROVIDETH..............1
yet God always so provideth that it continueth not 2, 67/ 2
 
 PROVINCIAL.............1
-- and Friar Penker, Provincial of the Augustinian friars 2, 58/ 23
 
 PROVISION..............4
thing God and good provision forbid! Of which good 2, 15/ 18
forbid! Of which good provision none of us hath 2, 15/ 18
special providence than man's provision, repressed. Upon this answer 2, 79/ 12
part with the selfsame provision that was appointed for 2, 82/ 11
 
 PROVOKED...............1
execrable desire of sovereignty provoked him to their destruction 2, 5/ 29
 
 PROVOKING..............1
common hurt, irritating and provoking men unto anger and 2, 23/ 18
 
 PROWESS................4
them, in body and prowess far under them both 2, 7/ 19
special pattern of knightly prowess, as well in all 2, 67/ 28
special pattern of knightly prowess, which as well in 2, 68/ 16
and the great knightly prowess pondered, with manifold virtues 2, 74/ 4
 
 PRUDENTLY..............1
king her husband so prudently made between his kin 2, 16/ 29
 
 PUER...................1
Vae regno cuius rex puer est': "Woe is that 2, 74/ 17
 
 PUISSANCE..............1
return assembled a great puissance against the King, and 2, 65/ 15
 
 PUISSANT...............1
petition unto the most puissant prince the Lord Protector 2, 74/ 9
 
 PULL...................1
that she could not pull him back, so highly 2, 64/ 21
 
 PULLED.................1
and the bastard slip pulled up ere it can 2, 67/ 5
 
 PULLETH................1
set up that God pulleth down. And as for 2, 92/ 14
 
 PULPIT.................1
not say, in the pulpit namely, into which none 2, 73/ 7
 
 PUNISHED...............1
were worthy to be punished as heinous traitors, whatsoever 2, 47/ 28
 
 PUNISHMENT.............2
they be worthy heinous punishment. "What?" quoth the Protector 2, 48/ 24
grace, and for the punishment of their parents were 2, 66/ 32
 
 PURGED.................1
these same were clearly purged and the truth well 2, 64/ 32
 
 PURPOSE................22
whose life withstood his purpose. He slew with his 2, 8/ 13
then win to his purpose as many as he 2, 10/ 6
him to bring his purpose to pass without the 2, 16/ 7
intenders of such a purpose would rather have had 2, 24/ 12
as for me, I purpose not as yet to 2, 37/ 7
Of which thing I purpose to make you such 2, 41/ 16
the rest of his purpose with less fear to 2, 43/ 6
being won to his purpose, he thought his strength 2, 43/ 8
by chance, partly of purpose, caused, at length, not 2, 45/ 7
should have quailed their purpose. For which cause he 2, 46/ 11
secret confederacy in that purpose -- a mean man 2, 51/ 4
others of his traitorous purpose had before conspired the 2, 53/ 15
hastily to pursue his purpose and put himself in 2, 58/ 9
to the Protector's ghostly purpose. But now was all 2, 59/ 15
notwithstanding, to further this purpose he letted not. But 2, 59/ 28
turned it to their purpose and said it was 2, 76/ 26
to his presence to purpose their intent, of which 2, 77/ 24
and license them to purpose unto His Grace the 2, 77/ 32
gave him leave to purpose what him liked, verily 2, 78/ 6
him their intent and purpose, with all the causes 2, 78/ 10
have otherwise provided, I purpose not to spurn against 2, 92/ 13
king in possession, I purpose not to dispute his 2, 93/ 18
 
 PURPOSED...............1
that he such thing purposed, or otherwise had any 2, 9/ 15
 
 PURPOSES...............1
were done for good purposes and necessary, by the 2, 19/ 16
 
 PURPOSETH..............1
his bulls, that he purposeth to be one, and 2, 80/ 28
 
 PURSUE.................2
were best hastily to pursue his purpose and put 2, 58/ 9
world, he would importunately pursue his appetite and have 2, 72/ 11
 
 PURSUIT................1
furtherly beginning to the pursuit of his intent, and 2, 10/ 2
 
 PURSUIVANT.............2
with one Hastings, a pursuivant of his own name 2, 51/ 16
he now met this pursuivant in the same place 2, 51/ 28
 
 PUT....................28
erst thereunto moved, and put in hope by the 2, 9/ 22
all the world would put her and her kindred 2, 16/ 26
shortly took him and put him in ward, and 2, 18/ 25
and that he was put in good hope and 2, 22/ 2
of Gloucester and Buckingham, put under arrest for their 2, 23/ 10
recovered, that I dare put no person earthly in 2, 35/ 8
have not letted to put them in duress without 2, 36/ 29
since I fear to put him in the Protector's 2, 39/ 28
trust that his father put in you ever, and 2, 42/ 5
the trust that I put in you now: that 2, 42/ 6
else, if they were put to death, without doubt 2, 43/ 14
his most weighty matters put no man in so 2, 45/ 21
Lord Hastings had not put so special trust, the 2, 45/ 31
that place, he was put in remembrance of another 2, 51/ 17
would vouchsafe to have put upon their backs except 2, 52/ 29
fear drove them to put on for their defense 2, 53/ 5
which he was now put unto by the most 2, 53/ 29
bishop of London to put her to open penance 2, 54/ 27
pursue his purpose and put himself in possession of 2, 58/ 9
mother and many others put in good comfort to 2, 64/ 34
he made kings and put down kings almost at 2, 65/ 32
the Holy Ghost had put them in the preacher's 2, 68/ 3
proclamation that he did put out of his mind 2, 81/ 29
should in any wise put the two children to 2, 83/ 18
that he would never put them to death, to 2, 83/ 21
took his time to put him forward and by 2, 84/ 11
with good words, and put him in the best 2, 85/ 3
else had he been put in the hands of 2, 92/ 25