SOMEWHERE..............1
she shall send him somewhere out of the realm 2, 29/ 26
 
 SON....................20
repented. Richard, the third son, of whom we now 2, 7/ 16
Marquis Dorset, the Queen's son by her first husband 2, 10/ 27
the noble Prince his son drew toward London -- 2, 14/ 1
word sent unto her son and unto her brother 2, 17/ 2
that the King her son was taken; her brother 2, 20/ 19
taken; her brother, her son, and her other friends 2, 20/ 20
possible, with her younger son and her daughters, out 2, 20/ 29
other king than your son whom they now have 2, 22/ 7
and behoof of your son." And therewith he betook 2, 22/ 11
fear, either for her son or for herself. For 2, 28/ 22
time as your dearest son then Prince and now 2, 35/ 29
for this gentleman, my son, I mind that he 2, 37/ 8
he was. But my son can "deserve" no sanctuary 2, 38/ 2
of it), mine other son, now king, was born 2, 39/ 12
and the sanctuary my son -- since I fear 2, 39/ 28
they should procure her son to be delivered into 2, 40/ 22
Farewell, my own sweet son; God send you good 2, 42/ 9
the Protector's only lawful son should marry the Duke's 2, 44/ 2
the very lawfully begotten son of the fore-remembered noble 2, 74/ 2
have wished, King Henry's son had had the crown 2, 92/ 7
 
 SON'S..................1
pray God that my son's palace may be as 2, 39/ 22
 
 SONS...................3
Wakefield slain, leaving three sons: Edward, George, and Richard 2, 6/ 25
and gotten both her sons into his own hands 2, 43/ 5
they were a king's sons. (Lo the honorable courage 2, 86/ 5
 
 SOON...................21
were perceived, he should soon have made peace between 2, 10/ 8
were far asunder. As soon as the King was 2, 13/ 31
light of belief and soon persuaded. Ye remember, I 2, 15/ 3
the Duke of Gloucester soon set afire them that 2, 15/ 27
might mean. Whom as soon as they saw, they 2, 18/ 19
both companies. And as soon as they came in 2, 18/ 30
then should all be soon in rest! Howbeit, there 2, 28/ 24
thence. For she will soon think that if men 2, 29/ 16
this horrible treason. Whereupon, soon after -- that is 2, 46/ 27
while, departed thence. And soon after one hour, between 2, 47/ 14
say, "Ye shall have soon." But so little wist 2, 51/ 10
head was off so soon after, there met he 2, 51/ 15
married, saving somewhat too soon; her husband an honest 2, 55/ 9
wealth -- was able soon to pierce a soft 2, 55/ 16
lost his honesty and soon after his life, for 2, 59/ 5
ye in bed so soon?" and calling up Sir 2, 84/ 19
means. The Prince, as soon as the Protector left 2, 84/ 27
in rest. For hereupon soon after began the conspiracy 2, 87/ 22
been informed -- as soon as the Duke of 2, 88/ 2
Gloucester. From whence as soon as the Duke came 2, 89/ 4
departed at Gloucester. But soon after his coming home 2, 90/ 17
 
 SOONER.................1
benefits, but he should sooner destroy himself than save 2, 43/ 18
 
 SORCERESS..............2
is," quoth he, "yonder sorceress -- my brother's wife 2, 47/ 29
in what wise that sorceress and that other witch 2, 48/ 7
 
 SORCERY................1
affinity, have by their sorcery and witchcraft wasted my 2, 48/ 8
 
 SORE...................18
his natural strength so sore enfeebled that he despaired 2, 10/ 15
kindred also bore him sore, as well for that 2, 11/ 4
matter was nothing so sore as she took it 2, 22/ 1
that the Protector so sore thirsted for the finishing 2, 25/ 11
but she now as sore mindeth it as we 2, 29/ 28
a while been so sore diseased with sickness, and 2, 35/ 6
it a thing so sore against my child's honor 2, 36/ 19
and chafe and speak sore, biting words against the 2, 40/ 10
lords much dismayed and sore marveling of this manner 2, 47/ 18
all the lords sat sore astonished, musing much by 2, 47/ 24
thereupon every man's mind sore misgave them, well perceiving 2, 48/ 12
days, albeit he was sore enamored upon her, yet 2, 55/ 22
his mother, was so sore moved therewith that she 2, 62/ 1
himself and also longed sore to wit what they 2, 78/ 6
an high heart and sore longed upward, not rising 2, 84/ 4
which word the Prince, sore abashed, began to sigh 2, 85/ 1
long waking and musing, sore wearied with care and 2, 87/ 17
Then longed the Duke sore to hear what he 2, 92/ 17
 
 SORELY.................1
long time lacked and sorely longed for, that ye 2, 69/ 17
 
 SORER..................1
themselves. Which whether they sorer thirsted after their own 2, 15/ 8
 
 SOREST.................1
and that in the sorest wise: that the King 2, 20/ 19
 
 SORROW.................4
dissension, what loss, what sorrow, what trouble hath within 2, 13/ 1
both me to great sorrow, the realm to much 2, 41/ 17
able to dissemble their sorrow, were fain at his 2, 77/ 4
much fear, anguish, and sorrow within. For I have 2, 87/ 9
 
 SORROWFULLY............1
done, piteously bewailed and sorrowfully repented. Richard, the third 2, 7/ 15
 
 SORRY..................4
they would be as sorry of his harm as 2, 29/ 4
I was never so sorry, nor never stood in 2, 52/ 9
good faith I am sorry to speak of, saving 2, 72/ 4
whereof we be very sorry) that they will not 2, 79/ 30
 
 SORT...................2
we were a wise sort of councillors about a 2, 29/ 31
other side, what a sort there be commonly therein 2, 30/ 26
 
 SOUGHT.................1
were well-handled, he craftily sought the ways to prick 2, 91/ 26
 
 SOUL...................4
take it upon my soul, she well knoweth she 2, 28/ 21
his own body and soul both in pledge, not 2, 40/ 14
than curious of her soul. And many good folk 2, 55/ 3
God forgive it his soul. In whose time and 2, 71/ 15
 
 SOULS..................2
King Edward; whose both souls our Lord pardon. A 2, 49/ 24
to God their innocent souls into the joys of 2, 85/ 21
 
 SOUND..................2
once minded that should sound amiss toward me but 2, 45/ 17
as it were, the sound of a swarm of 2, 76/ 15
 
 SOUNDED................2
the thing which highly sounded, not only to the 2, 34/ 10
bastardy in King Edward sounded openly to the rebuke 2, 59/ 24
 
 SOUR...................1
changed, with a wonderful sour, angry countenance, knitting the 2, 47/ 16
 
 SOUTER.................1
sultan is percase a souter. Yet if one should 2, 81/ 2
 
 SOVEREIGN..............1
brother and, after my sovereign lord himself, my most 2, 27/ 2
 
 SOVEREIGNTY............3
princes by a long-continued sovereignty decline into a proud 2, 5/ 10
the execrable desire of sovereignty provoked him to their 2, 5/ 29
desire of vainglory and sovereignty, which among states where 2, 12/ 23
 
 SPACE..................3
ever they should have space to dispute and digest 2, 58/ 8
he remained for the space of two years, leaving 2, 65/ 23
folks' folly so long space abusing the world, was 2, 82/ 23
 
 SPAIN..................2
in his company, unto Spain, to entreat and conclude 2, 60/ 7
the king's daughter of Spain. In which thing the 2, 60/ 9