SAYING.................5
brother by his mother, saying that he, with the 2, 19/ 9
from them so long, saying merrily that he had 2, 47/ 4
one voice, no man saying nay. "Wherefore, friends," quoth 2, 76/ 28
so vile a corner, saying that he would have 2, 86/ 4
even there he left, saying that he had already 2, 92/ 15
 
 SCAFFOLD...............1
the prison to the scaffold, and showing to the 2, 57/ 27
 
 SCAFFOLDS..............1
more part played upon scaffolds. In which poor men 2, 81/ 7
 
 SCALP..................1
before departed, by her scalp taken out of the 2, 55/ 29
 
 SCANT..................2
one hour, continued yet scant a fortnight, should be 2, 15/ 23
and the proclaiming could scant have sufficed unto the 2, 54/ 7
 
 SCARCELY...............1
of this realm that scarcely the half remaineth, to 2, 71/ 21
 
 SCARLET................1
the other aldermen in scarlet, with five hundred horse 2, 24/ 18
 
 SCHOOL.................1
feareth to go to school, his master must let 2, 33/ 5
 
 SCHOOLMASTER...........1
thereof, one that was schoolmaster of Paul's, of chance 2, 54/ 10
 
 SCORN..................1
warning, but an enemious scorn. The same morning, ere 2, 50/ 32
 
 SCRIBBLED..............1
but in paper and scribbled forth in haste, at 2, 54/ 9
 
 SCRUPLE................1
would think without any scruple of conscience, without any 2, 32/ 20
 
 SCRUPULOUS.............1
learning, and had no scrupulous conscience. Among these had 2, 58/ 21
 
 SEA....................3
sent men to the sea. All which things these 2, 19/ 15
such men as the sea or their evil debtors 2, 30/ 8
them -- as the sea without wind swelleth of 2, 44/ 26
 
 SEAL...................7
he took the Great Seal with him and came 2, 21/ 18
here is the Great Seal, which in like wise 2, 22/ 9
betook her the Great Seal, and departed home again 2, 22/ 12
yielded up the Great Seal to the Queen, to 2, 22/ 30
secretly sent for the Seal again, and brought it 2, 22/ 32
delivered up the Great Seal to the Queen, was 2, 25/ 3
greatly reproved, and the seal taken from him and 2, 25/ 3
 
 SEASON.................5
them in the mean season grown into his favor 2, 4/ 7
that in the mean season there came, to make 2, 60/ 12
knowledge, inherited for the season other men's lands, yet 2, 67/ 1
many battles in the season, nor so cruel and 2, 71/ 14
to show out of season what acquaintance he hath 2, 81/ 3
 
 SECRET.................26
He was close and secret, a deep dissimuler, lowly 2, 8/ 7
some by writing and secret messengers, that it neither 2, 14/ 21
hide himself for some secret fear of his own 2, 18/ 16
that company had haply secret instruction incontinent, maugre her 2, 34/ 2
few, and they very secret, yet began there, here 2, 44/ 22
men's hearts of a secret instinct of nature misgiveth 2, 44/ 25
was of his near, secret counsel and whom he 2, 45/ 20
Stanley sent a trusty secret messenger unto him at 2, 49/ 30
whom he was of secret confederacy in that purpose 2, 51/ 3
to his enemy and secret to his friend; easy 2, 52/ 20
also of his most secret counsel of this heinous 2, 53/ 26
that had been long secret with him, having experience 2, 57/ 24
among those that were secret in the household were 2, 67/ 24
he said unto a secret page of his, "Ah 2, 83/ 24
-- kept him by secret drifts out of all 2, 84/ 9
drifts out of all secret trust. Which thing this 2, 84/ 9
of such as were secret with his chamberers, that 2, 87/ 10
thither, in the most secret wise he could, one 2, 88/ 4
a chamberer of like secret trust with the Duke 2, 88/ 6
unto him in his secret chamber, where Persale, after 2, 88/ 10
with thanks and some secret instruction of the Protector's 2, 88/ 14
to Londonward. And after secret meeting and communication had 2, 88/ 19
But surely some right secret at the days deny 2, 90/ 2
from thenceforth both in secret trust and very special 2, 91/ 4
him. Howbeit, if the secret judgment of God have 2, 92/ 12
to use his faithful, secret advice and counsel -- 2, 92/ 22
 
 SECRETLY...............11
that she thought him secretly familiar with the King 2, 11/ 3
a rebellion -- he secretly, therefore, by divers means 2, 16/ 11
Rivers lodged, the dukes secretly with a few of 2, 17/ 21
of the King -- secretly sent for the Seal 2, 22/ 32
were by their friends secretly warned that it might 2, 45/ 2
And taking her afterward secretly aside, began to enter 2, 61/ 8
that God giveth and secretly infoundeth in right generation 2, 66/ 29
to whisper among themselves secretly, that the voice was 2, 76/ 14
James, broke to him secretly his mind in this 2, 84/ 19
the bodies again and secretly interred them in such 2, 86/ 7
him that he had secretly sent him to show 2, 88/ 11
 
 SEE....................18
plight I lie, you see and I feel. By 2, 11/ 12
you at peace. Ye see their youth, of which 2, 11/ 18
in his chamber window see all the Thames full 2, 22/ 13
go thither. And then see, on the other side 2, 30/ 25
I am till I see further. For I assure 2, 37/ 9
you, for that I see some men so greedy 2, 37/ 10
the more circumspectly to see to his surety, if 2, 41/ 11
Protector, "Ye shall all see in what wise that 2, 48/ 7
to dinner till I see thy head off." It 2, 49/ 13
liefer that men should see it were by other 2, 50/ 20
and glad were to see sin corrected, yet pitied 2, 55/ 4
albeit some that now see her (for yet she 2, 55/ 27
by that they now see her. But meseemeth the 2, 56/ 29
it seemeth, either you see not or weigh not 2, 76/ 8
that they might thereby see how little the Protector 2, 77/ 21
them where they might see him and speak to 2, 77/ 28
to serve them and see them sure. After which 2, 85/ 7
fetched Sir James to see them. Which, upon the 2, 85/ 27
 
 SEEING.................1
words nothing appeased, and seeing the King so set 2, 64/ 20
 
 SEEK...................2
need not far to seek. For in this place 2, 39/ 9
then must they needs seek and should not fail 2, 79/ 24
 
 SEEKING-TO.............1
as great suit and seeking-to with all those that 2, 57/ 1
 
 SEELY..................1
Dighton about midnight, the seely children lying in their 2, 85/ 17
 
 SEEM...................6
not, lest he should seem to hide himself for 2, 18/ 15
not slight, though it seem light, well pondering that 2, 34/ 27
they would have it seem. And that they might 2, 44/ 10
so that he should seem disabled to inherit the 2, 59/ 20
Whereby it may well seem that marriage not well 2, 73/ 21
by which they might seem to common what was 2, 75/ 17
 
 SEEMED.................4
study. And forasmuch her seemed the Cardinal more ready 2, 40/ 25
-- yet nevertheless him seemed that this marriage even 2, 63/ 9
they departed, as it seemed, very great friends, at 2, 89/ 3
bounds that he rather seemed him to follow him 2, 92/ 2
 
 SEEMETH................3
all which considerations, none seemeth me more meetly than 2, 26/ 29
been well-visaged. Whose judgment seemeth me somewhat like as 2, 55/ 28
honor; which, as it seemeth, either you see not 2, 76/ 8