SERVICE................6
ought him as faithful service as they -- and 2, 14/ 26
descent held by knight's service, the law maketh his 2, 38/ 30
Richard Radcliff, knight, whose service the Protector especially used 2, 57/ 22
Elizabeth, herself being in service with Queen Margaret, wife 2, 60/ 17
there had solemn funeral service for King Edward, sent 2, 88/ 3
faith declared, and good service, to both his masters 2, 91/ 9
 
 SERVILE................1
manner dejected to a servile flattery. When he had 2, 82/ 4
 
 SET....................34
own ambition had not set him against his brother 2, 7/ 3
discretion would serve to set you at peace. Ye 2, 11/ 18
and upon that ground set the foundation of all 2, 14/ 18
Duke of Gloucester soon set afire them that were 2, 15/ 27
their most privy friends set them down in counsel 2, 17/ 21
that he intended to set distance between the King 2, 18/ 20
the realm, and to set variance among the states 2, 19/ 11
it pleased them, and set new servants about him 2, 19/ 31
obstinate, and so precisely set upon her own will 2, 27/ 7
that if men were set (which God forbid) upon 2, 29/ 21
men be afeard to set their hands to the 2, 31/ 4
if wise men would set their hands to, it 2, 31/ 18
that that they had set the Lord Cardinal, the 2, 44/ 16
servants from him and set new about him. Thus 2, 45/ 5
of strawberries. The Protector set the lords fast in 2, 47/ 10
after dinner, intending to set some color upon the 2, 52/ 25
in so well a set hand, and therewith of 2, 54/ 5
be written of and set among the remembrances of 2, 56/ 27
and words so well set, that she rather kindled 2, 61/ 17
she perceived more firmly set than to fall off 2, 61/ 22
and chastity that he set her virtue in the 2, 61/ 27
seeing the King so set thereon that she could 2, 64/ 20
out of prison and set up again King Henry 2, 65/ 27
and traps as was set therefor, among so much 2, 69/ 25
or poor, whom he set his eye upon, in 2, 72/ 7
blood, saving that he set his voluptuous pleasure before 2, 73/ 18
you, and so much set by you, that we 2, 76/ 6
the same and to set his gracious hands to 2, 78/ 14
his uttermost devoir to set the realm in good 2, 79/ 7
the realm is so set (whereof we be very 2, 79/ 29
or "William Slaughter") except, set to serve them and 2, 85/ 6
the crown was first set upon the Protector's head 2, 90/ 12
found the means to set this duke in his 2, 91/ 6
prick nor labor to set up that God pulleth 2, 92/ 13
 
 SETTLED................1
fortnight, should be deeper settled in their stomachs than 2, 15/ 24
 
 SEVEN..................1
fifty and three years, seven months, and six days 2, 3/ 2
 
 SEVENTH................2
unto King Henry the Seventh and mother unto the 2, 3/ 9
memory King Henry the Seventh, or percase that history 2, 83/ 2
 
 SEVERAL................2
much misliked these two several councils. "For while we 2, 45/ 13
bloods in one, whose several titles had long inquieted 2, 91/ 11
 
 SHAA...................7
to the city, Edmund Shaa, goldsmith, then mayor, with 2, 24/ 16
made of counsel Edmund Shaa, knight, then Mayor of 2, 58/ 16
these had they John Shaa -- cleric, brother to 2, 58/ 22
in the midst. Doctor Shaa by his sermon lost 2, 59/ 4
is it that Doctor Shaa was of counsel in 2, 59/ 11
concluded that this Doctor Shaa should in a sermon 2, 66/ 17
to this device, Doctor Shaa the Sunday after at 2, 66/ 25
 
 SHADOW.................1
to fear her own shadow? The more she feareth 2, 29/ 13
 
 SHALL..................60
whoso well consider, he shall no less commend his 2, 4/ 15
matter whereof this book shall treat, it is therefore 2, 6/ 9
to be chief, flattery shall have more place than 2, 11/ 28
in tender youth infected, shall readily fall to mischief 2, 11/ 30
before pleased him best, shall after fall farthest out 2, 12/ 2
be Christian men, this shall I leave for preachers 2, 12/ 9
preach of. But this shall I desire you to 2, 12/ 12
many a good man shall perish, and haply he 2, 13/ 16
assureth you that all shall be well." "I assure 2, 21/ 13
have with them, we shall on the morrow crown 2, 22/ 7
-- considered that thereby shall be ceased the slanderous 2, 27/ 4
reason content her, then shall we, by mine advice 2, 27/ 9
whose continual company he shall be so well cherished 2, 27/ 11
that all the world shall, to our honor and 2, 27/ 12
the contrary. For never shall I, by God's grace 2, 27/ 16
will but that I shall be ready to change 2, 27/ 17
with God's grace, we shall not need it. But 2, 28/ 13
I trust that she shall be with reason contented 2, 28/ 14
so to pass, yet shall I toward it so 2, 28/ 16
my best that ye shall all well perceive that 2, 28/ 17
dread and womanish fear shall be the let." "Womanish 2, 28/ 19
she fear that he shall be fetched thence. For 2, 29/ 16
likely enough that she shall send him somewhere out 2, 29/ 26
of them, and ye shall find it much better 2, 31/ 1
a privilege that it shall discharge a man of 2, 32/ 25
no man doubteth he shall be best kept. And 2, 36/ 22
I mind that he shall be where I am 2, 37/ 9
told him so? He shall hear him ask it 2, 38/ 22
If I say he shall not -- if I 2, 38/ 24
hands, of whom I shall ask them both, before 2, 41/ 33
God knoweth when we shall kiss together again." And 2, 42/ 10
said the Protector, "Ye shall all see in what 2, 48/ 7
he would say, "Ye shall have soon." But so 2, 51/ 10
of change. But I shall rather let anything pass 2, 51/ 13
as yet, and more shall shortly." That meant he 2, 52/ 6
I doubt not some shall think this woman too 2, 56/ 27
matters -- which they shall especially think that haply 2, 56/ 28
especially think that haply shall esteem her only by 2, 56/ 29
trust in God she shall bring forth a young 2, 64/ 16
a young prince that shall please you. And as 2, 64/ 17
to say, "Bastard slips shall never take deep root 2, 66/ 28
he most favored, we shall, for his honor, spare 2, 71/ 29
by God's grace, better shall; which thing to show 2, 72/ 31
our present errand. It shall not, I wot well 2, 72/ 33
explained, and which things shall not be spoken for 2, 73/ 25
and of body that shall come therewith to whosoever 2, 74/ 14
it upon him, yet shall he to our petition 2, 74/ 23
to do, whereby you shall do great profit to 2, 74/ 29
to whom His Majesty shall ever after bear so 2, 74/ 31
in how much he shall perceive you the more 2, 74/ 32
you not well." "That shall we amend," quoth he 2, 75/ 8
your king, whereof we shall make His Grace so 2, 76/ 30
doubt not but it shall redound unto your great 2, 76/ 31
moving either part, we shall have place more at 2, 82/ 32
this present matter, I shall rehearse you the dolorous 2, 83/ 4
of his, "Ah, whom shall a man trust? Those 2, 83/ 24
Richard himself, as ye shall hereafter hear, slain in 2, 87/ 4
-- forasmuch as it shall not be taken as 2, 92/ 29
lion nor the boar shall pick any matter at 2, 93/ 11
here spoken, for it shall never come near their 2, 93/ 12