REIGNING...............1
safeguard to him now reigning, as this place was 2, 39/ 22
 
 REJECTED...............3
a goodly prince) utterly rejected, the crown was by 2, 6/ 18
such indignation that he rejected the Duke's request with 2, 89/ 13
of the Duke's uncourteously rejected, but he, both with 2, 90/ 16
 
 REJOICED...............2
more her penance than rejoiced therein, when they considered 2, 55/ 5
thing the common people rejoiced at and praised, but 2, 82/ 2
 
 RELIEF.................1
a man's comfort and relief. Where the King took 2, 56/ 16
 
 RELIGIOUS..............2
professed and observed a religious life in Dartford, an 2, 3/ 11
since, of a certain religious fear, have not broken 2, 31/ 22
 
 REMAIN.................2
there no longer should remain than till the matter 2, 23/ 12
in question that some remain yet in doubt whether 2, 82/ 20
 
 REMAINDER..............1
his issue male in remainder, immediately after the death 2, 6/ 20
 
 REMAINED...............4
Buckingham came thither. Where remained behind the Lord Rivers 2, 17/ 12
other, if he either remained in sanctuary or should 2, 25/ 16
kin which as yet remained under arrest should, upon 2, 36/ 35
for succor. Where he remained for the space of 2, 65/ 22
 
 REMAINETH..............1
that scarcely the half remaineth, to the great enfeebling 2, 71/ 21
 
 REMEMBER...............7
I desire you to remember: that the one part 2, 12/ 12
forget as we well remember. Which things if I 2, 13/ 2
and soon persuaded. Ye remember, I trow, King Edward 2, 15/ 4
escaped (for they would remember their imprisonment); or else 2, 43/ 14
lord," quoth he, "that remember I well; and thanked 2, 52/ 3
looketh that we should remember you of examples by 2, 70/ 12
honorable preacher, ye well remember, substantially declared unto you 2, 73/ 9
 
 REMEMBERED.............3
Ah, Hastings, art you remembered when I met thee 2, 52/ 2
more worthy to be remembered in how much she 2, 56/ 30
they be much less remembered because they were not 2, 57/ 4
 
 REMEMBERETH............1
so forgetful that he remembereth not, or so hard-hearted 2, 70/ 25
 
 REMEMBRANCE............3
he was put in remembrance of another time in 2, 51/ 17
the noble duke, whose remembrance can never die while 2, 68/ 20
tedious impression and stormy remembrance of his abominable deed 2, 87/ 20
 
 REMEMBRANCES...........1
and set among the remembrances of great matters -- 2, 56/ 28
 
 REMISSION..............1
forfeitures she got men remission. And finally, in many 2, 56/ 19
 
 REMNANT................1
than some of the remnant, and the Protector himself 2, 40/ 26
 
 REMOVE.................1
that they would utterly remove from the King's company 2, 16/ 2
 
 REMOVED................5
be, as who say, removed from the King, and 2, 14/ 29
Protector's appointment -- which removed also divers of the 2, 45/ 4
up, and all others removed from them -- only 2, 85/ 5
all the others being removed from them, this Miles 2, 85/ 16
whither the bodies were removed, they could nothing tell 2, 86/ 13
 
 REPAIRED...............1
lay. To which place repaired also, according to their 2, 77/ 11
 
 REPEAT.................2
but if we first repeat you some things long 2, 60/ 1
all frame, began to repeat those words again: "This 2, 68/ 14
 
 REPENTED...............2
piteously bewailed and sorrowfully repented. Richard, the third son 2, 7/ 15
that, where he had repented the way that he 2, 43/ 29
 
 REPENTING..............1
him. And that with repenting the Duke should nothing 2, 43/ 17
 
 REPORT.................4
whether men of hatred report above the truth, or 2, 7/ 27
he required them to report. Every man answered him 2, 53/ 7
His Grace so effectual report that we doubt not 2, 76/ 30
have heard by credible report, of such as were 2, 87/ 10
 
 REPORTED...............4
It is for truth reported that the Duchess, his 2, 7/ 23
pillows, as it is reported on this wise said 2, 11/ 10
or essayed him not, reported unto them that he 2, 46/ 15
of diverse men diversely reported. Some have I heard 2, 89/ 7
 
 REPRESENTED............1
favor of his visage" represented "the very face of 2, 67/ 29
 
 REPRESENTETH...........1
favor of his visage representeth the very face of 2, 68/ 17
 
 REPRESENTING...........1
as fair; Bridget, which, representing the virtue of her 2, 3/ 10
 
 REPRESSED..............2
his well-deserved death politicly repressed, all the realm should 2, 54/ 2
providence than man's provision, repressed. Upon this answer given 2, 79/ 12
 
 REPROACH...............2
our honor and her reproach, perceive that it was 2, 27/ 13
and you to great reproach. For lo, here is 2, 41/ 18
 
 REPROVED...............1
Queen, was thereof greatly reproved, and the seal taken 2, 25/ 3
 
 REPUTED................1
as the poorer people reputed and taken for the 2, 82/ 24
 
 REQUEST................5
Grace, at our humble request, to take upon him 2, 74/ 10
nobles, in our said request. Which for your own 2, 74/ 25
to make our humble request unto him in manner 2, 76/ 33
to your petition and request, and, according to the 2, 80/ 6
he rejected the Duke's request with many spiteful and 2, 89/ 13
 
 REQUESTS...............1
Edward's time. Besides these requests of the Duke, the 2, 44/ 6
 
 REQUIRE................12
I exhort you and require you all, for the 2, 13/ 18
come to baptism, to require it by their godfathers 2, 32/ 13
him fain need to require it. What will, then 2, 32/ 16
he had discretion to require it if need were 2, 32/ 18
him unto her to require her the delivery of 2, 34/ 17
this gentleman whom ye require were in the company 2, 35/ 1
But the child "cannot require the privilege." Who told 2, 38/ 21
of him, I may require it for him -- 2, 39/ 3
garden in Holborn; I require you, let us have 2, 47/ 7
mind you have, we require you plainly to show 2, 74/ 34
weigh not. Wherefore we require you give us answer 2, 76/ 8
weal and commodity, we require ye that ye tomorrow 2, 76/ 32
 
 REQUIRED...............3
it. And this he required them to report. Every 2, 53/ 7
King's appetite when he required her. Howbeit, the respect 2, 55/ 13
coronation, among other things required of the Protector the 2, 89/ 9
 
 REQUIRETH..............1
Protector, bearing, as nature requireth, a filial reverence to 2, 73/ 27
 
 REQUIRING..............1
in all the haste, requiring him to rise and 2, 49/ 31
 
 REQUISITE..............2
marry (as it was requisite both for himself and 2, 60/ 4
alliance were thought so requisite, he would find the 2, 63/ 14
 
 RESEMBLED..............1
by their favors more resembled other known men than 2, 67/ 25
 
 RESERVED...............1
owner, and only liberty reserved him to get his 2, 32/ 31
 
 RESIDUE................1
of the privilege. The residue, since so long ago 2, 31/ 20
 
 RESIST.................2
devise any ways to resist. But now was all 2, 58/ 10
could be able to resist, that he was fain 2, 65/ 16
 
 RESISTED...............1
death -- which he resisted openly, howbeit somewhat (as 2, 8/ 24
 
 RESOLUTE...............2
would give them a resolute answer to the contrary 2, 40/ 16
would give them a resolute answer to the contrary 2, 79/ 22
 
 RESORT.................2
The Protector had the resort, the King in manner 2, 44/ 33
vouchsafe that they might resort to his presence to 2, 77/ 24
 
 RESORTED...............1
appareled, assembling themselves together, resorted unto Baynard's Castle, where2, 77/ 10
 
 RESPECT................7
man together, without any respect of God or the 2, 6/ 6
to charity than the respect of fleshly consanguinity. Our 2, 12/ 17
the King than any respect of kindred, they might 2, 15/ 11
were it for the respect of his honor, or 2, 33/ 29
required her. Howbeit, the respect of his royalty -- 2, 55/ 14
be made for the respect of God, where his 2, 63/ 7
fear of God or respect of his honor, murmur 2, 72/ 9