RESPITE................1
to leave her no respite to convey him; which 2, 34/ 3
 
 REST...................9
the only surety to rest in your concord. For 2, 11/ 19
not to forbear his rest, they letted not to 2, 21/ 8
might ensue, and much rest and quiet grow to 2, 27/ 5
all be soon in rest! Howbeit, there is none 2, 28/ 25
then he opened the rest of his purpose with 2, 43/ 6
rise in the night's rest by reason of his 2, 50/ 12
should by God's grace rest in good quiet and 2, 54/ 3
again. He took ill rest a nights, lay long 2, 87/ 16
no long time in rest. For hereupon soon after 2, 87/ 21
 
 RESTED.................1
of all that invention rested in this: that they 2, 59/ 19
 
 RESTLESS...............1
-- so was his restless heart continually tossed and 2, 87/ 19
 
 RESTORED...............2
that she might be restored unto such small lands 2, 60/ 30
the rightful inheritors be restored and the bastard slip 2, 67/ 3
 
 RETREAT................1
now no surety to retreat, as for that they 2, 79/ 18
 
 RETURN.................4
naught. But now to return to the course of 2, 9/ 20
again and compel to return any man that were 2, 18/ 3
disdain he at his return assembled a great puissance 2, 65/ 15
a vanity. In his return homeward, whomsoever he met 2, 82/ 3
 
 RETURNED...............3
my lord my husband returned safe again and had 2, 39/ 18
ten and eleven, he returned into the chamber among 2, 47/ 15
in conclusion King Edward returned, and, with much less 2, 66/ 2
 
 RETURNING..............1
which answer John Green returning, recounted the same to 2, 83/ 22
 
 REVENGE................1
ever able, he would revenge them. Who would prick 2, 43/ 13
 
 REVENGING..............2
impatient of partners. Edward, revenging his father's death, deprived 2, 6/ 28
under the pretext of revenging of old displeasure, abuse 2, 10/ 4
 
 REVERENCE..............4
much honor and humble reverence he conveyed upward toward 2, 20/ 17
while forbore her of reverence toward his King, or 2, 48/ 21
forbore her, either for reverence or for a certain 2, 55/ 22
nature requireth, a filial reverence to the Duchess, his 2, 73/ 27
 
 REVEREND...............1
more meetly than our Reverend Father here present, my 2, 26/ 30
 
 REVERENTLY.............3
unto the King so reverently, and to the Queen's 2, 17/ 4
in violet, received him reverently at Hornsea, and riding 2, 24/ 19
in open sight so reverently to the Prince, with 2, 24/ 24
 
 REWARDS................1
none or very small rewards, and those rather gay 2, 56/ 21
 
 REX....................1
said, "Vae regno cuius rex puer est': "Woe is 2, 74/ 17
 
 RICH...................6
these places; yea, and rich men run thither with 2, 31/ 9
those rather gay than rich -- either for that 2, 56/ 21
as it were a rich man that would marry 2, 62/ 11
it sufficed in a rich man for a pretext 2, 71/ 4
was there in which rich men for their money 2, 71/ 25
anywhere, young or old, rich or poor, whom he 2, 72/ 7
 
 RICHARD................37
the Prince, a thirteen-year-of-age; Richard, Duke of York, two 2, 3/ 7
their chief defense. For Richard the Duke of Gloucester 2, 6/ 2
much mischief to conceive. Richard, Duke of York, a 2, 6/ 13
sons: Edward, George, and Richard. All three as they 2, 6/ 25
bewailed and sorrowfully repented. Richard, the third son, of 2, 7/ 16
her first husband, and Richard the Lord Hastings, a 2, 10/ 28
Duke of Buckingham, and Richard, Lord Hastings and Chamberlain 2, 15/ 29
quarrel to the Lord Richard Grey, the King's other 2, 19/ 7
they arrested the Lord Richard and Sir Thomas Vaughan 2, 19/ 24
his nephew the Lord Richard, with the same message 2, 20/ 6
Rivers and the Lord Richard, with Sir Thomas Vaughan 2, 20/ 11
Lord Rivers and Lord Richard, with the other knights 2, 23/ 6
the order of Sir Richard Radcliff, knight, whose service 2, 57/ 21
praise of the Lord Richard, late Duke of York 2, 67/ 8
there to cry "King Richard! King Richard!" -- that 2, 68/ 5
cry "King Richard! King Richard!" -- that it might 2, 68/ 5
far from crying "King Richard!" that they stood as 2, 68/ 25
the most excellent prince Richard, Duke of Gloucester, now 2, 73/ 11
the late noble prince Richard, Duke of York, to 2, 73/ 31
made have cried "King Richard! King Richard!" -- all 2, 75/ 3
cried "King Richard! King Richard!" -- all was hushed 2, 75/ 3
throats would give, "King Richard! King Richard!" -- and 2, 76/ 20
give, "King Richard! King Richard!" -- and threw up 2, 76/ 20
our most dear father, Richard, late Duke of York 2, 80/ 2
great shout crying "King Richard! King Richard!" And then 2, 80/ 17
crying "King Richard! King Richard!" And then the lords 2, 80/ 17
should be true. King Richard, after his coronation, taking 2, 83/ 7
the same to King Richard at Warwick, yet in 2, 83/ 22
the means of Sir Richard Radcliff and Sir William 2, 84/ 5
this page's words, King Richard arose (for this communication 2, 84/ 14
great haste to King Richard, and showed him all 2, 86/ 1
beheaded for treason. King Richard himself, as ye shall 2, 87/ 4
look aright on King Richard, but ever feared his 2, 89/ 16
himself sick; and King Richard said it was done 2, 89/ 22
think that if King Richard had any such opinion 2, 90/ 8
that both to King Richard well known and not 2, 90/ 14
the commandment of King Richard) Doctor Morton, Bishop of 2, 90/ 19
 
 RICHES.................1
stead of possession and riches. And thus taking counsel 2, 61/ 28
 
 RID....................3
the Protector hastily to rid him. And much the 2, 46/ 21
were thus beheaded and rid out of the way 2, 58/ 4
therefore without delay to rid them -- as though 2, 83/ 12
 
 RIDE...................4
him to rise and ride away with him, for 2, 49/ 32
go with him, to ride so far yet the 2, 50/ 8
because he would not ride with him. And the 2, 89/ 18
to rise and come ride or he would make 2, 89/ 19
 
 RIDING.................2
reverently at Hornsea, and riding from thence, accompanied him 2, 24/ 20
also that in the riding toward the Tower, the 2, 50/ 27
 
 RIGHT..................24
cause was, either for right or favor, so far 2, 6/ 16
much higher than his right, hard-favored of visage, and 2, 7/ 20
causes. Sometimes a thing right well intended, our misconstruction 2, 12/ 5
thanked) quiet, and likely right well to prosper in 2, 13/ 10
him down on his right side, his face toward 2, 13/ 25
the Queen) -- a right honorable man, as valiant 2, 14/ 12
say would now be right angry with them that 2, 32/ 19
and secretly infoundeth in right generation after the laws 2, 66/ 30
he that his very right heir, of his body 2, 67/ 12
you of a matter right great and weighty, and 2, 69/ 13
from her husband, a right honest, substantial young man 2, 72/ 2
Sunday last past, the right and title that the 2, 73/ 10
Parliament entailed -- the right and title of the 2, 73/ 33
according to his very right and just title. Which 2, 74/ 12
realm, according to his right and title lawfully descended 2, 78/ 20
to ourself, as very right heir, lawfully begotten of 2, 80/ 1
all the people know right well that he that 2, 81/ 1
that he could have right to the realm, he 2, 83/ 12
pleasure the thing were right hard that he would 2, 83/ 29
was a man of right goodly personage, and for 2, 83/ 31
departed.) But surely some right secret at the days 2, 90/ 2
deny this; and many right wise men think it 2, 90/ 2
like favor. The Bishop right humbly thanked him, and 2, 92/ 26
whereof he hath already right many (little needing my 2, 93/ 22