RIGHTEOUS..............1
death and the most righteous (that is to wit 2, 82/ 16
 
 RIGHTEOUSLY............1
personage, which is so righteously entitled thereunto, is of 2, 74/ 20
 
 RIGHTFUL...............1
coming to light, the rightful inheritors be restored and 2, 67/ 3
 
 RIOT...................3
fall to mischief and riot and draw down with 2, 11/ 31
ungracious living! Now unthrifts riot and run in debt 2, 31/ 7
it rather grew of riot and unreasonable waste than 2, 69/ 28
 
 RIPE...................1
ere she were well ripe, she not very fervently 2, 55/ 11
 
 RISE...................3
haste, requiring him to rise and ride away with 2, 49/ 31
fear fantasieth or do rise in the night's rest 2, 50/ 12
sent him word to rise and come ride or 2, 89/ 19
 
 RISING.................2
night. And at their rising in the dawning of 2, 17/ 23
sore longed upward, not rising yet so fast as 2, 84/ 4
 
 RITE...................1
been of an old rite and custom observed as 2, 50/ 30
 
 RIVELLED...............1
up, nothing left but rivelled skin and hard bone 2, 55/ 31
 
 RIVERS.................12
which office the Lord Rivers, brother to the Queen 2, 11/ 6
Sir Anthony Woodville (Lord Rivers and brother unto the 2, 14/ 11
remained behind the Lord Rivers, the King's uncle, intending 2, 17/ 13
dukes and the Lord Rivers, a great while. But 2, 17/ 16
departed, and the Lord Rivers lodged, the dukes secretly 2, 17/ 18
But when the Lord Rivers understood the gates closed 2, 18/ 8
brother and the Lord Rivers his uncle, had compassed 2, 19/ 10
answer for mine uncle Rivers and my brother here 2, 19/ 20
table to the Lord Rivers, praying him to be 2, 20/ 4
he sent the Lord Rivers and the Lord Richard 2, 20/ 11
and that the Lord Rivers and Lord Richard, with 2, 23/ 6
Edward by the Lord Rivers, the Queen's brother, in 2, 51/ 20
 
 RIVERS'................1
many of the Lord Rivers' servants were unready. Now 2, 17/ 27
 
 ROAR...................1
realm fall on a roar. And of all the 2, 16/ 24
 
 ROB....................1
they steal out, they rob and reave and kill 2, 31/ 15
 
 ROBBERIES..............1
There devise they new robberies, nightly they steal out 2, 31/ 14
 
 ROBBERS................1
will and waxen wild, robbers and reavers walking at 2, 14/ 5
 
 ROBERT.................3
specially trusted, unto Sir Robert Brackenbury, Constable of the 2, 83/ 16
that the same Sir Robert should in any wise 2, 83/ 18
a priest of Sir Robert Brackenbury took up the 2, 86/ 6
 
 RODE...................5
the dukes' servants as rode with the carts of 2, 24/ 4
old, devised, as he rode, to fulfill that thing 2, 83/ 9
heap of stones. Then rode Sir James in great 2, 85/ 29
that when the Protector rode through London toward his 2, 89/ 17
be carried. Whereupon he rode on (with evil will 2, 89/ 20
 
 ROME...................1
the realm, went to Rome, never minding more to 2, 91/ 12
 
 ROOM...................2
so well occupy that room as I dare say 2, 74/ 15
he take it. Which room, I warn you well 2, 74/ 16
 
 ROOMS..................2
and yeomen; keep your rooms." And thus in a 2, 19/ 3
were appointed unto divers rooms. The Lord Chamberlain and 2, 25/ 9
 
 ROOT...................1
shall never take deep root." Thereupon when he had 2, 66/ 28
 
 ROOTED.................3
might of youth be rooted in the Prince's favor 2, 14/ 17
long-accustomed malice many years rooted." With these words and 2, 15/ 25
ere it can be rooted deep. And when he 2, 67/ 5
 
 ROSE...................1
notwithstanding, on the morrow rose from the feast feigning 2, 89/ 21
 
 ROTTED.................1
at St. Martin's piecemeal rotted away. Dighton, indeed, yet 2, 87/ 2
 
 ROUGH..................1
and rude in speech, rough and boisterous of behavior 2, 57/ 25
 
 ROUNDED................2
amazed. Whereupon the Duke rounded unto the Mayor and 2, 75/ 33
Protector's license, a little rounded as well with other 2, 79/ 13
 
 ROUNDING...............1
not so much as rounding among them, by which 2, 75/ 17
 
 ROYAL..................7
as near of his royal blood as we? But 2, 15/ 13
tuition of his own royal person. "The prosperity whereof 2, 25/ 32
displeasure of the King's royal majesty. To whose grace 2, 34/ 12
and Protector of his royal person and his realm 2, 47/ 23
of York, to whose royal blood the crown of 2, 73/ 31
take upon us the royal estate, preeminence, and kingdom 2, 80/ 8
children, born of most royal blood, brought up in 2, 86/ 16
 
 ROYALTY................1
the respect of his royalty -- the hope of 2, 55/ 14
 
 RUD....................1
people cast a comely rud in her cheeks (of 2, 54/ 32
 
 RUDE...................1
shrewd wit, short and rude in speech, rough and 2, 57/ 25
 
 RUIN...................2
this noble realm to ruin, but if grace turn 2, 11/ 31
heaviness, bewailing her child's ruin, her friends' mischance, and 2, 20/ 26
 
 RULE...................12
take upon him the rule in King Harry's life 2, 6/ 23
always be able to rule both the parties. But 2, 10/ 13
uncle, had compassed to rule the King and the 2, 19/ 10
good authority, and much rule bore in all the 2, 45/ 27
obtain much of the rule that the Lord Hastings 2, 46/ 23
taken upon them to rule the King and the 2, 53/ 18
himself out of her rule. And albeit he would 2, 63/ 3
best bore always least rule, and more suit was 2, 71/ 31
blood to have the rule of the land, nor 2, 74/ 7
and our heirs to rule, govern, and defend; the 2, 80/ 10
live to reign and rule in the realm -- 2, 86/ 17
virtues meet for the rule of a realm, as 2, 93/ 24
 
 RULED..................2
he in many things ruled by the band, more 2, 15/ 5
a wife rather be ruled by his eye than 2, 63/ 32
 
 RUMBLE.................1
he found much heaviness, rumble, haste, and busyness; carriage 2, 21/ 20
 
 RUMOR..................3
be ceased the slanderous rumor and obloquy now going 2, 27/ 4
of all manner of rumor, that the Lord Cardinal 2, 33/ 24
only to the great rumor of the people, and 2, 34/ 10
 
 RUN....................8
Grace, to have it run in every man's mouth 2, 26/ 18
Now unthrifts riot and run in debt, upon the 2, 31/ 7
yea, and rich men run thither with poor men's 2, 31/ 9
whistle them. Men's wives run thither with their husbands' 2, 31/ 11
because she list to run from her husband? I 2, 32/ 34
nature, yet might he run into slander and suspicion 2, 36/ 1
of his bed, and run about the chamber -- 2, 87/ 19
fox, that saw him run so fast, asked him 2, 93/ 5
 
 RUNNETH................1
and, as the fame runneth, also not untoothed -- 2, 7/ 27
 
 RUSHES.................1
alone, alow on the rushes, all desolate and dismayed 2, 21/ 26
 
 RUSHING................1
and in came there rushing men in harness, as 2, 48/ 29
 
 RUSSELL................1
and delivered to Doctor Russell, Bishop of Lincoln, a 2, 25/ 5
 
 SACRAMENTS.............1
of affinity, if the sacraments of Christ's church bear 2, 12/ 15
 
 SACRED.................3
king that durst that sacred place violate, or so 2, 28/ 7
and liberty of that sacred sanctuary, that hath been 2, 28/ 11
disparagement -- to the sacred majesty of a prince 2, 62/ 27
 
 SAD....................3
thereunto, is of so sad age, and thereto of 2, 74/ 20
Recorder, called Fitzwilliam, a sad man and an honest 2, 75/ 24
the more part all sad, some with glad semblance 2, 77/ 2
 
 SAFE...................3
lord my husband returned safe again and had the 2, 39/ 18
I could here keep safe if I would, whatsoever 2, 41/ 20
other's body. Keep one safe and both be sure 2, 41/ 29