SEEN...................2
well as we have seen it." And thereupon, by 2, 21/ 15
self thing is often seen a sign of change 2, 51/ 12
 
 SELF...................5
information learned: that the self night in which King 2, 9/ 8
the worse for the self cause that you ought 2, 12/ 18
not avoid. For the self night next before his 2, 49/ 30
his life -- which self thing is often seen 2, 51/ 12
his council that the self day in which the 2, 57/ 15
 
 SELFSAME...............3
beheaded at Pomfret this selfsame day, in which he 2, 48/ 4
London, and about the selfsame hour, was there (not 2, 57/ 17
most part with the selfsame provision that was appointed 2, 82/ 11
 
 SEMBLANCE..............4
none other voice or semblance, than to his coronation 2, 23/ 30
the Prince, with all semblance of lowliness, that from 2, 24/ 24
Buckingham made very good semblance unto the Lord Hastings 2, 46/ 8
sad, some with glad semblance that were not very 2, 77/ 3
 
 SEND...................13
wisdom; which if God send, then they that by 2, 12/ 1
my children, if God send them life and you 2, 13/ 11
their folk, that should send back again and compel 2, 18/ 2
were not worst to send unto the Queen, for 2, 26/ 25
enough that she shall send him somewhere out of 2, 29/ 26
would help, as God send grace it hurt not 2, 37/ 6
Grace should hap to send him away." "Ah, sir 2, 37/ 20
he that I would send him hence which neither 2, 37/ 23
in the plight to send out -- and in 2, 37/ 24
sure! I pray God send them both better playfellows 2, 38/ 13
I pray God shortly send him need of sanctuary 2, 40/ 3
own sweet son; God send you good keeping. Let 2, 42/ 9
my own hand." "God send grace, sir," quoth the 2, 50/ 24
 
 SENDETH................1
quoth he, "my lord sendeth Your Lordship word that 2, 21/ 12
 
 SENDING................2
young prince, at his sending thither, was there appointed 2, 14/ 10
Protector to this matter, sending a privy messenger unto 2, 42/ 32
 
 SENT...................32
at Windsor in hunting, sent for the mayor and 2, 5/ 14
so familiar cheer, and sent venison from thence so 2, 5/ 17
life of his father sent thither, to the end 2, 14/ 7
wise persuaded, such word sent unto her son and 2, 17/ 1
of the day, they sent about privily to their 2, 17/ 23
the King's treasure, and sent men to the sea 2, 19/ 15
counsel. And there they sent away from the King 2, 19/ 30
the Duke of Gloucester sent a dish from his 2, 20/ 3
Duke of Gloucester, he sent the Lord Rivers and 2, 20/ 10
other friends arrested and sent no man wist whither 2, 20/ 21
fear by the message sent him from the Lord 2, 22/ 3
the King -- secretly sent for the Seal again 2, 22/ 32
the Council therefore had sent him unto her to 2, 34/ 16
otherwhere, the lords, being sent for from all parts 2, 44/ 14
all the haste, he sent his servant for a 2, 47/ 9
death, the Lord Stanley sent a trusty secret messenger 2, 49/ 30
Council, but of truth sent by the Protector to 2, 51/ 2
color upon the matter, sent in all the haste 2, 52/ 26
the people's mind, he sent immediately after dinner, in 2, 53/ 11
for covetousness, the Protector sent into the house of 2, 54/ 14
thousand marks -- and sent her body to prison 2, 54/ 17
and faultless of himself, sent out of heaven into 2, 54/ 25
for the realm), he sent over in embassage the 2, 60/ 5
Dame Elizabeth Lucy was sent for. And albeit that 2, 64/ 33
And thereupon the Duke sent word unto the Lord 2, 77/ 14
for this matter, they sent unto him by the 2, 77/ 22
kindly king. Whereupon he sent one John Green, whom 2, 83/ 14
on the morrow, he sent him to Brackenbury with 2, 84/ 21
service for King Edward, sent thither, in the most 2, 88/ 4
that he had secretly sent him to show him 2, 88/ 11
need were. The messenger, sent back with thanks and 2, 88/ 14
it in evil part, sent him word to rise 2, 89/ 19
 
 SENTENCE...............1
and confirmation of this sentence certain examples taken out 2, 67/ 6
 
 SEQUESTERED............1
of his mother's kindred, sequestered in manner from their 2, 14/ 24
 
 SERMON.................10
the one had a sermon in praise of the 2, 58/ 27
them. Penker in his sermon so lost his voice 2, 59/ 2
Doctor Shaa by his sermon lost his honesty and 2, 59/ 5
-- namely since his sermon was not incontinent upon 2, 59/ 10
the matter, in a sermon at Paul's Cross, in 2, 59/ 13
Shaa should in a sermon at Paul's Cross signify 2, 66/ 17
should come ere his sermon could come to those 2, 68/ 10
stood to hearken the sermon. But the people were 2, 68/ 24
wonder of this shameful sermon. After which once ended 2, 68/ 26
the Tuesday following this sermon, there came unto the 2, 69/ 2
 
 SERMONWARD.............1
the people to the sermonward, to the end that 2, 68/ 1
 
 SERPENT................1
together. Such a pestilent serpent is ambition and desire 2, 12/ 22
 
 SERVANT................2
haste, he sent his servant for a mess of 2, 47/ 10
one Persale, his trusty servant, who came to John 2, 88/ 5
 
 SERVANTS...............10
about privily to their servants in their inns and 2, 17/ 24
of the Lord Rivers' servants were unready. Now had 2, 17/ 28
beset -- neither his servants nor himself suffered to 2, 18/ 10
them, and set new servants about him, such as 2, 19/ 31
that he showed his servants that he had tidings 2, 21/ 6
the haste all his servants to be called up 2, 21/ 16
the Duke of Gloucester's servants, watching that no man 2, 22/ 14
such of the dukes' servants as rode with the 2, 24/ 4
of the Prince's old servants from him and set 2, 45/ 5
ambushment of the Duke's servants and Nashfield's, and others 2, 76/ 16
 
 SERVE..................9
ere their discretion would serve to set you at 2, 11/ 18
pity the sanctuary should serve them. And much more 2, 30/ 17
far forth as may serve to let us of 2, 31/ 25
would in any wise serve her. When the Queen 2, 34/ 5
my privilege could not serve him, nor he ask 2, 39/ 2
both lands and goods serve. And if examples be 2, 39/ 7
had she time to serve her nor place determined 2, 40/ 29
weened would most surely serve me -- even those 2, 83/ 26
Slaughter") except, set to serve them and see them 2, 85/ 6
 
 SERVED.................2
gifts, worthy to have served a much better prince 2, 84/ 1
if he had well served God and by grace 2, 84/ 2
 
 SERVEST................1
quoth the Protector. "Thou servest me, I ween, with 2, 48/ 25
 
 SERVETH................4
that deed, a pardon serveth, which either the law 2, 30/ 21
sanctuary man. "A sanctuary serveth always to defend the 2, 31/ 28
him, breaketh the sanctuary. Serveth this liberty for my 2, 38/ 26
him, since man's law serveth the guardian to keep 2, 39/ 25