SAFEGUARD..............7
not for the King's safeguard -- whom no man 2, 16/ 19
they were also in safeguard, and there no longer 2, 23/ 11
that hath been the safeguard of so many a 2, 28/ 12
them not only a safeguard for the harm they 2, 31/ 16
sanctuary, out of his safeguard, to play with him 2, 38/ 17
may be as great safeguard to him now reigning 2, 39/ 22
and your daughters, the safeguard of your goods -- 2, 69/ 22
 
 SAFEKEEPING............1
of the cure and safekeeping of his body, for 2, 39/ 5
 
 SAID...................58
deceased (as I have said) this noble king in 2, 5/ 22
reported on this wise said unto them: "My lords 2, 11/ 10
the Duke of Buckingham said, "Go before, gentlemen and 2, 19/ 2
the accomplishing whereof, they said that the Lord Marquis 2, 19/ 13
very well satisfied, and said it were alms to 2, 24/ 15
When the Protector had said, all the Council affirmed 2, 27/ 19
were present, whether they said it for his pleasure 2, 32/ 27
that string. And then said he to the Queen 2, 36/ 33
loath to hear, he said unto her, for a 2, 40/ 11
by the hand, and said unto the lords: "My 2, 41/ 13
little." And therewith she said unto the child, "Farewell 2, 42/ 8
very heart." And he said, in that, of likelihood 2, 42/ 18
of the Protector's friends said that the Duke was 2, 42/ 31
wisely mistrusted it, and said unto the Lord Hastings 2, 45/ 11
talking with them, he said unto the Bishop of 2, 47/ 6
with him, answered and said that they were worthy 2, 47/ 27
beheaded at London. Then said the Protector, "Ye shall 2, 48/ 6
saving, as it is said, he that while forbore 2, 48/ 21
his friend) answered and said, "Certainly, my lord, if 2, 48/ 23
And anon the Protector said to the Lord Hastings 2, 48/ 30
broke his tale and said merrily to him, "What 2, 51/ 7
therein. And therefore he said, "Ah, Hastings, art you 2, 52/ 1
length of the matter, said unto them that stood 2, 54/ 11
to be so stiffly said nay, so much esteemed 2, 61/ 26
appointments deluded. And she said also that it was 2, 62/ 8
And yet therein, she said, was more honesty, than 2, 62/ 14
yet was there, she said, "nothing so excellent but 2, 62/ 17
when his mother had said, made her answer, part 2, 63/ 1
to satisfy her, he said that albeit marriage, being 2, 63/ 5
never ensured. Howbeit, she said His Grace spoke so 2, 65/ 3
whose virtuous conditions he said also that King Edward 2, 67/ 26
the Lord Protector, he said, "that very noble prince 2, 67/ 27
might have been after said that he was specially 2, 68/ 6
nature marvelously well-spoken) he said unto the people, with 2, 69/ 9
other things (which the said worshipful doctor rather signified 2, 73/ 24
well perceived when he said, "Vae regno cuius rex 2, 74/ 17
loath, as I have said, to take it upon 2, 74/ 22
the nobles, in our said request. Which for your 2, 74/ 25
When the Duke had said -- and looked that 2, 75/ 1
privy to that matter, said unto them softly, "What 2, 75/ 6
about the Duke and said that the people had 2, 75/ 19
unto the Mayor and said, "This is a marvelous 2, 76/ 1
thereof; but nothing they said. And when the Duke 2, 76/ 22
to their purpose and said it was a goodly 2, 76/ 26
go from it, he said unto the lords and 2, 79/ 28
excused that again and said, "All must be done 2, 80/ 25
play." And so they said that these matters be 2, 81/ 6
the same night he said unto a secret page 2, 83/ 24
kin in conditions. Then said the King merrily to 2, 84/ 18
began to sigh and said, "Alas! I would my 2, 85/ 1
sick; and King Richard said it was done in 2, 89/ 22
heard, of some that said they saw it, that 2, 90/ 11
what he would have said (because he ended with 2, 92/ 18
counsel -- which he said was the only cause 2, 92/ 23
humbly thanked him, and said, "In good faith, my 2, 92/ 27
at the tale, and said, "My lord, I warrant 2, 93/ 11
In good faith, sir," said the Bishop, "if it 2, 93/ 13
was. Whereupon the Bishop said, "In good faith, my 2, 93/ 17
 
 SAINT..................5
years ago -- by Saint Peter's own person in 2, 28/ 3
yet in the abbey Saint Peter's cope to show 2, 28/ 6
as though God and Saint Peter were the patrons 2, 31/ 5
without any displeasure to Saint Peter, take her out 2, 33/ 1
take her out of Saint Peter's church by the 2, 33/ 2
 
 SAITH..................1
out of sanctuary that saith he will bide there 2, 33/ 3
 
 SAKE...................6
grudge for King Henry's sake the Sixth, whom he 2, 4/ 4
refuse, for the King's sake and ours, and wealth 2, 27/ 1
hate them for my sake! In that I am 2, 37/ 5
her, for the manner sake, that she went about 2, 54/ 18
praying them for his sake to give and bear 2, 79/ 4
sometimes for the manner sake not be acknown what 2, 80/ 26
 
 SAKES..................1
him for his kinsfolk's sakes, and that if he 2, 43/ 12
 
 SALUTED................2
in very humble wise, saluted His Grace -- which 2, 19/ 4
whomsoever he met he saluted. For a mind that 2, 82/ 3
 
 SALUTING...............1
nine of the clock, saluting them courteously and excusing 2, 47/ 3
 
 SAME...................28
so intending, whether the same Duke of Clarence had 2, 9/ 3
him others of the same party; and in effect 2, 14/ 14
Lord Richard, with the same message for his comfort 2, 20/ 6
go forth in the same; and since he had 2, 43/ 30
the others affirmed the same. "That is," quoth he 2, 47/ 29
that himself should the same day be beheaded at 2, 48/ 6
so far yet the same night that they should 2, 50/ 9
toward the Tower, the same morning in which he 2, 50/ 27
an enemious scorn. The same morning, ere he were 2, 51/ 1
manner together in the same place. At which other 2, 51/ 18
this pursuivant in the same place, that jeopardy so 2, 51/ 29
talked thereof in the same place while he was 2, 52/ 1
the Duke there, the same day, in the Council 2, 53/ 2
of the clock that same forenoon; which sudden fear 2, 53/ 4
had before conspired the same day to have slain 2, 53/ 16
he was at the same field slain. After which 2, 60/ 23
this wedding till these same were clearly purged and 2, 64/ 32
and kingdom of the same. For as that worshipful 2, 73/ 12
and title of the same is, by the just 2, 73/ 33
abusions before in the same used any longer to 2, 74/ 7
and increase of the same, according to his very 2, 74/ 11
he rehearsed them the same matter again in other 2, 75/ 9
and decay of the same and to set his 2, 78/ 14
give and bear the same to the Prince, under 2, 79/ 5
and, according to the same, here we take upon 2, 80/ 7
credence also) that the same Sir Robert should in 2, 83/ 18
Green returning, recounted the same to King Richard at 2, 83/ 22
and thought, that the same night he said unto 2, 83/ 24