PUTTETH................1
and likelihood of speed putteth a man in courage 2, 9/ 24
 
 PUTTING................2
to challenge the crown, putting his claim into the 2, 6/ 15
kindred and of their putting to death, which were 2, 48/ 3
 
 QUAILED................2
his life should have quailed their purpose. For which 2, 46/ 11
miracle. But this device quailed, either by the Protector's 2, 68/ 7
 
 QUANTITY...............1
promised him a great quantity of the King's treasure 2, 44/ 7
 
 QUARREL................3
saw, they began to quarrel with him and say 2, 18/ 19
presence they picked a quarrel to the Lord Richard 2, 19/ 7
matter was but a quarrel. For well they wist 2, 48/ 13
 
 QUARRELS...............1
endangered, either by feigned quarrels or small matters aggrieved 2, 70/ 31
 
 QUEEN..................37
was after to be queen, wife unto King Henry 2, 3/ 8
were it by the Queen and the lords of 2, 7/ 5
Chamberlain, against whom the Queen specially grudged for the 2, 11/ 1
Rivers, brother to the Queen, claimed of the King's 2, 11/ 6
and brother unto the Queen) -- a right honorable 2, 14/ 12
of kin unto the Queen, so was planted next 2, 14/ 15
That drift by the Queen not unwisely devised, whereby 2, 14/ 16
divers means, caused the Queen to be persuaded and 2, 16/ 11
part faithfully observed. The Queen, being in this wise 2, 17/ 1
came hastily to the Queen, a little before the 2, 20/ 18
With which tidings the Queen in great flight and 2, 20/ 26
before day, unto the Queen. About whom he found 2, 21/ 19
a wrong way. The Queen herself sat alone, alow 2, 21/ 26
for favor of the Queen or for fear of 2, 22/ 19
Great Seal to the Queen, to whom the custody 2, 22/ 30
Great Seal to the Queen, was thereof greatly reproved 2, 25/ 3
heinous deed of the Queen, and proceeding of great 2, 25/ 20
to send unto the Queen, for the redress of 2, 26/ 26
the sanctuary to the Queen, with divers other lords 2, 33/ 28
serve her. When the Queen and these lords were 2, 34/ 6
My lord," quoth the Queen, "I say not nay 2, 34/ 31
well content," quoth the Queen. "And yet the case 2, 35/ 32
said he to the Queen that he nothing doubted 2, 36/ 34
trust that?" quoth the Queen. "In that I am 2, 37/ 3
Ah, sir," quoth the Queen, "hath the Protector so 2, 37/ 21
Cardinal, perceiving that the Queen waxed ever the longer 2, 40/ 8
any evil intended. The Queen with these words stood 2, 40/ 24
with her," meaning the Queen. At these words many 2, 47/ 30
they wist that the Queen was too wise to 2, 48/ 14
too nigh to the Queen. Now, when the Lord 2, 58/ 3
which was after his queen), at that time a 2, 60/ 14
being in service with Queen Margaret, wife unto King 2, 60/ 18
Grey, and her crowned queen that was his enemy's 2, 65/ 10
were begotten upon the Queen. According to this device 2, 66/ 23
lawfully married unto the Queen, but was before God 2, 67/ 14
lawfully married unto the Queen, their mother -- whose 2, 73/ 17
the realm with the Queen and the Prince while 2, 90/ 26
 
 QUEEN'S................7
and heart-burning between the Queen's kindred and the King's 2, 9/ 28
Lord Marquis Dorset, the Queen's son by her first 2, 10/ 27
hatred both unto the Queen's party -- in this 2, 15/ 32
reverently, and to the Queen's friends there so lovingly 2, 17/ 5
he had imprisoned the Queen's kinsfolk, and gotten both 2, 43/ 5
the Lord Rivers, the Queen's brother, in such wise 2, 51/ 20
the lords of the Queen's kindred that were taken 2, 52/ 6
 
 QUENCHED...............2
assuaged, and in effect quenched, in that that many 2, 4/ 5
kindled his desire than quenched it. And finally, after 2, 61/ 17
 
 QUESTION...............5
done) to come in question, while either party taketh 2, 30/ 12
which is now in question whether my child may 2, 39/ 11
his realm?" At this question all the lords sat 2, 47/ 24
much by whom this question should be meant, of 2, 47/ 25
so far come in question that some remain yet 2, 82/ 20
 
 QUICK..................2
in company, ready and quick of answer, neither mute 2, 56/ 3
man strive against the quick. So was I to 2, 92/ 10
 
 QUICKLY................2
was with hasty rapping quickly let in, he showed 2, 9/ 11
Then were they all quickly bestowed in diverse chambers 2, 49/ 10
 
 QUIET..................7
this realm was in quiet and prosperous estate: no 2, 4/ 26
is (God be thanked) quiet, and likely right well 2, 13/ 10
and much rest and quiet grow to all the 2, 27/ 6
should grant him the quiet possession of the earldom 2, 44/ 4
grace rest in good quiet and peace. Now was 2, 54/ 3
your own bodies, the quiet of your wives and 2, 69/ 21
done he never had quiet in his mind, he 2, 87/ 11
 
 QUOTH..................45
By my troth, man," quoth Pottier, "then will my 2, 9/ 12
mother's side, "whose blood," quoth he, "saving the King's 2, 14/ 27
left about him, is," quoth he, "neither honorable to 2, 14/ 30
matters." "Yea, my liege," quoth the Duke of Buckingham 2, 19/ 21
unto Northampton. "Notwithstanding, sir," quoth he, "my lord sendeth 2, 21/ 11
well." "I assure him," quoth the Archbishop, "be it 2, 21/ 13
Ah, woe worth him," quoth she, "for he is 2, 22/ 4
and my blood." "Madam," quoth he, "be ye of 2, 22/ 5
The prosperity whereof standeth," quoth he, "not all in 2, 26/ 7
to consecrate. "And therefore," quoth the Archbishop of York 2, 28/ 9
life. And I trust," quoth he, "with God's grace 2, 28/ 13
fear? Nay, womanish frowardness!" quoth the Duke of Buckingham 2, 28/ 20
of his hands. "Verily," quoth the Duke, "I think 2, 32/ 32
for other. "My lord," quoth the Queen, "I say 2, 34/ 31
man denieth, good madam," quoth the Cardinal, "but that 2, 35/ 18
Not very well content," quoth the Queen. "And yet 2, 35/ 32
with them." "Why, madam," quoth another lord, "know you 2, 36/ 26
jeopardy?" "Nay, verily, sir," quoth she. "Nor why they 2, 36/ 27
should I trust that?" quoth the Queen. "In that 2, 37/ 3
deliver him." "Truly, madam," quoth he, "and the farther 2, 37/ 12
him away." "Ah, sir," quoth the Queen, "hath the 2, 37/ 21
the lords: "My lord," quoth she, "and all my 2, 41/ 14
For lo, here is," quoth she, "this gentleman, whom 2, 41/ 18
councils. "For while we," quoth he, "talk of one 2, 45/ 13
other place." "My lord," quoth the Lord Hastings, "on 2, 45/ 15
them." "Gladly, my lord," quoth he. "Would God I 2, 47/ 8
the same. "That is," quoth he, "yonder sorceress -- 2, 47/ 29
worthy heinous punishment. "What?" quoth the Protector. "Thou servest 2, 48/ 24
What? Me, my lord?" quoth he. "Yea, thee, traitor 2, 48/ 31
he. "Yea, thee, traitor!" quoth the Protector. And another 2, 49/ 1
for by St. Paul," quoth he, "I will not 2, 49/ 12
day. "Ay, good lord," quoth the Lord Hastings to 2, 50/ 10
God send grace, sir," quoth the messenger, and went 2, 50/ 25
heart?" "Yea, my lord," quoth he, "that remember I 2, 52/ 3
Thou wouldst say so," quoth he, "if thou knewest 2, 52/ 5
head. "In faith, man," quoth he, "I was never 2, 52/ 9
that were more meetly," quoth she, "for your estate 2, 62/ 19
And I doubt not," quoth he, "but there be 2, 63/ 25
his father." "This is," quoth he, "the father's own 2, 67/ 30
be so still?" "Sir," quoth the Mayor, "percase they 2, 75/ 7
That shall we amend," quoth he, "if that will 2, 75/ 8
saying nay. "Wherefore, friends," quoth the Duke, "since that 2, 76/ 28
nothing for me." "Sir," quoth his page, "there lieth 2, 83/ 27
horned beasts." "What, fool?" quoth the fox. "Thou mayest 2, 93/ 7
thine head." "No, marry," quoth he, "that wot I 2, 93/ 9