SAMPLE.................1
as simple as that sample is, yet is there 2, 33/ 6
 
 SANCTUARIES............2
need we not the sanctuaries that God appointed in 2, 30/ 19
and cause of all sanctuaries. From which necessity this 2, 32/ 8
 
 SANCTUARY..............46
then lay, into the sanctuary, lodging herself and her 2, 21/ 1
of her stuff into sanctuary; chests, coffers, packs, fardels 2, 21/ 21
man should go to sanctuary, nor none could pass 2, 22/ 15
he either remained in sanctuary or should haply be 2, 25/ 16
she should keep in sanctuary the King's brother from 2, 25/ 22
be fain to keep sanctuary. For every man will 2, 26/ 20
liberty of that sacred sanctuary, that hath been the 2, 28/ 11
great a mischief, the sanctuary would little let them 2, 29/ 22
will I break no sanctuary therefor. For verily, since 2, 30/ 2
it is pity the sanctuary should serve them. And 2, 30/ 16
me now how few sanctuary men there be whom 2, 30/ 24
nor can be a sanctuary man. "A sanctuary serveth 2, 31/ 27
a sanctuary man. "A sanctuary serveth always to defend 2, 31/ 28
man every place a sanctuary. But where a man 2, 32/ 6
youth proveth. And so sanctuary, as for him, neither 2, 32/ 11
Men come not to sanctuary as they come to 2, 32/ 12
them that be there sanctuary men indeed. For if 2, 32/ 21
if one go to sanctuary with another man's goods 2, 32/ 22
goods even within the sanctuary? For neither king nor 2, 32/ 24
the goods of a sanctuary man should be delivered 2, 32/ 29
man's wife will take sanctuary because she list to 2, 32/ 33
be taken out of sanctuary that saith he will 2, 33/ 3
a child will take sanctuary because he feareth to 2, 33/ 4
have often heard of sanctuary men, but I never 2, 33/ 9
never heard erst of sanctuary children. And therefore, as 2, 33/ 9
he can be no sanctuary man that neither hath 2, 33/ 12
taketh one out of sanctuary to do him good 2, 33/ 18
that he breaketh no sanctuary." When the Duke had 2, 33/ 19
Chamber, departed into the sanctuary to the Queen, with 2, 33/ 28
to suffer him in sanctuary -- as though the 2, 34/ 14
than here as a sanctuary man, to their both 2, 35/ 25
sure in this, the sanctuary whereof was there never 2, 37/ 30
son can "deserve" no sanctuary, and therefore he cannot 2, 38/ 2
-- come out of sanctuary, out of his safeguard 2, 38/ 17
out him, breaketh the sanctuary. Serveth this liberty for 2, 38/ 26
from me out of sanctuary without the breach of 2, 39/ 1
the breach of the sanctuary. And if my privilege 2, 39/ 1
that I have taken sanctuary; for when my lord 2, 39/ 15
God's law privilegeth the sanctuary, and the sanctuary my 2, 39/ 27
the sanctuary, and the sanctuary my son -- since 2, 39/ 27
that breaketh this holy sanctuary, I pray God shortly 2, 40/ 3
send him need of sanctuary when he may not 2, 40/ 4
For taken out of sanctuary would I not my 2, 40/ 6
him fetched out of sanctuary, which she thought to 2, 41/ 1
wife in Westminster, in sanctuary, where she was delivered 2, 65/ 24
brought out of the sanctuary by (for thither had 2, 81/ 34
 
 SAT....................5
way. The Queen herself sat alone, alow on the 2, 21/ 26
the Tower and there sat in council devising the 2, 46/ 29
his lips, and so sat him down in his 2, 47/ 17
Then, when he had sat still a while, thus 2, 47/ 20
question all the lords sat sore astonished, musing much 2, 47/ 24
 
 SATISFIED..............1
were therewith very well satisfied, and said it were 2, 24/ 15
 
 SATISFY................2
his body at liberty, satisfy the party of his 2, 32/ 23
otherwise. Howbeit, somewhat to satisfy her, he said that 2, 63/ 5
 
 SAVE...................4
a thief may not save an innocent! But "he 2, 38/ 4
and all others also, save herself, lacked either wit 2, 40/ 19
sooner destroy himself than save the King, who with 2, 43/ 19
out of all array save her kirtle only, yet 2, 54/ 31
 
 SAVING.................9
whose blood," quoth he, "saving the King's pleasure, was 2, 14/ 27
whole Council at London; saving that somewhat they must 2, 19/ 17
to have lost him, saving for fear lest his 2, 46/ 11
in the King's life, saving, as it is said 2, 48/ 21
this were done, for saving of his oath. So 2, 49/ 16
and very well married, saving somewhat too soon; her 2, 55/ 9
sorry to speak of, saving that it is in 2, 72/ 4
mother -- whose blood, saving that he set his 2, 73/ 18
parts might have sufficed, saving that we such love 2, 76/ 5
 
 SAW....................11
last that ever he saw, His Highness, being at 2, 5/ 13
own fault, whereof he saw no such cause in 2, 18/ 16
as soon as they saw, they began to quarrel 2, 18/ 19
neither, whom she there saw, which as she feared 2, 41/ 8
and his kinsfolk he saw in such places imprisoned 2, 43/ 19
ill signs that he saw -- which he now 2, 46/ 2
do. When the Mayor saw this, he with other 2, 75/ 18
Duke and the Mayor saw this manner, they wisely 2, 76/ 26
thereunto. But when he saw there was none other 2, 79/ 27
some that said they saw it, that the Duke 2, 90/ 11
pace. The fox, that saw him run so fast 2, 93/ 4
 
 SAY....................45
Tower, as men constantly say; and that without commandment 2, 8/ 16
hard it is to say -- whether he, being 2, 9/ 14
to be, as who say, removed from the King 2, 14/ 29
in the wite, and say that they had unwisely 2, 16/ 27
quarrel with him and say that he intended to 2, 18/ 20
that somewhat they must say. Unto which words the 2, 19/ 17
hath done, I cannot say. But in good faith 2, 19/ 19
all the world would say that we were a 2, 29/ 30
Yet will I not say nay but that it 2, 30/ 7
both. And this I say although they were not 2, 31/ 2
their husbands' plate and say they dare not abide 2, 31/ 12
need were, I dare say would now be right 2, 32/ 18
Duke, "I think you say very truth. And what 2, 32/ 32
do him good, I say plainly that he breaketh 2, 33/ 18
quoth the Queen, "I say not nay but that 2, 34/ 31
there is, as physicians say, and as we also 2, 35/ 9
go out. If I say he shall not -- 2, 38/ 24
for myself! -- I say he that against my 2, 38/ 25
would, whatsoever any man say. And I doubt not 2, 41/ 21
as though he would say, "Ye shall have soon 2, 51/ 10
harm, thereby." "Thou wouldst say so," quoth he, "if 2, 52/ 5
her somewhat higher. Thus say they that knew her 2, 55/ 26
disport. The King would say that he had three 2, 56/ 5
loved; whose favor, to say the truth (for sin 2, 56/ 14
somewhat the more boldly say her mind, as to 2, 61/ 21
booted not greatly to say nay. Notwithstanding, the Duchess 2, 61/ 34
there be, as ye say, others that be in 2, 63/ 26
was solemnly sworn to say the truth, she confessed 2, 65/ 2
to have somewhat to say, while they were sure 2, 66/ 13
altas," that is to say, "Bastard slips shall never 2, 66/ 28
wotteth what he should say, and thereto so good 2, 73/ 6
that he would not say the thing which he 2, 73/ 6
wist he should not say, in the pulpit namely 2, 73/ 7
every man forbeareth to say that he knoweth, in 2, 73/ 26
for these causes, I say, fore-remembered -- that is 2, 73/ 29
room as I dare say he will if he 2, 74/ 15
and he must twice say nay, and at the 2, 80/ 30
that, I dare well say, to do Your Grace 2, 83/ 28
thanks and, as some say, there made him knight 2, 86/ 2
a king!) Whereupon they say that a priest of 2, 86/ 6
Some have I heard say that the Duke, a 2, 89/ 8
of him. And they say that ever after, continually 2, 89/ 23
another way. But men say that he was of 2, 90/ 13
to be bold to say whatsoever he thought: whereof 2, 92/ 19
I was about to say, taken as well as 2, 93/ 14