SPARE..................2
thereupon, praying them to spare him for a little 2, 47/ 11
shall, for his honor, spare to speak of. Howbeit 2, 71/ 30
 
 SPARED.................3
his advantage grew, he spared no man's death whose 2, 8/ 12
craftily, as though men spared in that point to 2, 59/ 31
his own brother? Whom spared he that killed his 2, 71/ 27
 
 SPEAK..................13
was not likely to speak it of naught. But 2, 9/ 17
ever I look to speak with you, I exhort 2, 13/ 18
kindle and chafe and speak sore, biting words against 2, 40/ 10
fast, and heard him speak so terrible words, that 2, 46/ 16
not suffering them to speak and declare their innocence 2, 57/ 28
in that point to speak all the truth, for 2, 59/ 31
beheld and heard her speak -- as she was 2, 61/ 6
man's loss -- what speak we of loss? his 2, 70/ 26
his honor, spare to speak of. Howbeit, this wot 2, 71/ 30
I am sorry to speak of, saving that it 2, 72/ 4
looked that other should speak first, not one word 2, 75/ 15
might see him and speak to him; as though 2, 77/ 28
leave and pardon to speak, then waxed he bold 2, 78/ 10
 
 SPEAKING...............2
devised that in the speaking of these words the 2, 67/ 33
these words were in speaking, the Protector, accompanied with 2, 68/ 21
 
 SPECIAL................16
and fortune, without a special grace, hardly refraineth. This 2, 4/ 21
brother from him, whose special pleasure and comfort were 2, 25/ 22
the tuition of some special privilege; which is the 2, 32/ 7
no man in so special trust, reckoning himself to 2, 45/ 22
land, and, by the special favor of the Lord 2, 45/ 26
had not put so special trust, the Lord Stanley 2, 45/ 31
be partner and one special contriver of all this 2, 46/ 25
the King therefore took special pleasure. For many he 2, 56/ 13
very noble prince, that special pattern of knightly prowess 2, 67/ 28
very noble prince, the special pattern of knightly prowess 2, 68/ 15
noble city (as his special chamber and the specially 2, 72/ 24
wars, bore ever your special favor to his party 2, 72/ 28
king, and unto yourselves special commodity, to whom His 2, 74/ 30
partly more by God's special providence than man's provision 2, 79/ 11
occasion offered, of very special friendship he took his 2, 84/ 11
secret trust and very special favor. Which he nothing 2, 91/ 4
 
 SPECIALLY..............11
nor he himself so specially in any part of 2, 3/ 25
against whom the Queen specially grudged for the great 2, 11/ 1
other places about as specially in the city, the 2, 22/ 17
demeanor attempted not so specially against the other lords 2, 22/ 25
by night -- so specially hallowed and dedicated to 2, 28/ 4
he wist well she specially tendered), not only great 2, 34/ 23
many others and also specially with Shore's wife, which 2, 53/ 26
said that he was specially chosen by God and 2, 68/ 6
special chamber and the specially well-renowned city of his 2, 72/ 25
of men -- but specially the lawyers of this 2, 81/ 24
John Green, whom he specially trusted, unto Sir Robert 2, 83/ 15
 
 SPEECH.................3
short and rude in speech, rough and boisterous of 2, 57/ 25
either person or favor, speech, pace, or countenance, but 2, 72/ 9
to the presence and speech of his master. And 2, 88/ 8
 
 SPEED..................4
opportunity and likelihood of speed putteth a man in 2, 9/ 24
haste, not in good speed, with a sober company 2, 17/ 7
whom the Protector bade speed and shrive him apace 2, 49/ 12
days had business to speed, as many other men 2, 57/ 2
 
 SPEEDILY...............1
and willing that he speedily, according to his instructions 2, 60/ 10
 
 SPEND..................1
they build, there they spend and bid their creditors 2, 31/ 10
 
 SPENT..................2
in counsel, wherein they spent a great part of 2, 17/ 22
yet all the meantime spent in much pain and 2, 87/ 8
 
 SPIES..................1
himself, so had he spies for the Duke, and 2, 43/ 24
 
 SPIRIT.................1
Peter's own person in spirit, accompanied with great multitude 2, 28/ 3
 
 SPIRITUAL..............4
kindred or affinity; which spiritual kindred of affinity, if 2, 12/ 14
good part of the spiritual also, thinking none hurt 2, 33/ 21
to their appetite. Of spiritual men, they took such 2, 58/ 19
albeit marriage, being a spiritual thing, ought rather to 2, 63/ 6
 
 SPIRITUALTY............1
as were of the spiritualty present, that it were 2, 27/ 28
 
 SPITEFUL...............1
Duke's request with many spiteful and minatory words, which 2, 89/ 14
 
 SPOIL..................3
fain to pill and spoil in other places and 2, 8/ 6
thereby to pill and spoil whom they list, uncontrolled 2, 53/ 19
of loss? his utter spoil, and undeserved destruction -- 2, 70/ 26
 
 SPOILED................2
not with her), and spoiled her of all that 2, 54/ 16
good town ransacked and spoiled by them that have 2, 71/ 22
 
 SPOKE..................1
she said His Grace spoke so loving words unto 2, 65/ 3
 
 SPOKEN.................7
whom we before have spoken. In which meantime the 2, 65/ 26
in every man's mouth spoken of him much shame 2, 68/ 32
was for a word spoken in haste cruelly beheaded 2, 70/ 14
things shall not be spoken for me, as the 2, 73/ 25
accustomed there to be spoken unto "but by the 2, 75/ 20
that he never had spoken to the people before 2, 75/ 26
matter at anything here spoken, for it shall never 2, 93/ 12
 
 SPURIA.................1
took for his theme "Spuria vitulamina non agent radices 2, 66/ 27
 
 SPURN..................1
I purpose not to spurn against a prick nor 2, 92/ 13
 
 SQUARE.................1
horse-keeper; a big, broad, square, strong knave. Then, all 2, 85/ 15
 
 SQUIRE.................1
one John Grey, a squire whom King Henry made 2, 60/ 19
 
 ST.....................4
him apace; "for by St. Paul," quoth he, "I 2, 49/ 12
upon it, but at St. Mary's Hospital at the 2, 59/ 10
on Shrove Tuesday at St. Alban's against King Edward 2, 60/ 22
ministers: Miles Forest at St. Martin's piecemeal rotted away 2, 87/ 1
 
 STABLY.................1
that party, and so stably attained the crown again 2, 66/ 5
 
 STAGE..................2
will. And in a stage play all the people 2, 81/ 1
-- as it were, stage plays -- and for 2, 81/ 7
 
 STAINED................1
not have his honor stained for any crown; in 2, 78/ 34
 
 STAIR-FOOT.............1
bury them at the stair-foot, meetly deep in the 2, 85/ 28
 
 STAND..................9
as they thought to stand with his pleasure, there 2, 13/ 28
small things greater cannot stand. And verily, it redoundeth 2, 26/ 16
it a God's name stand in force as far 2, 31/ 23
by no lawful process stand in jeopardy. And he 2, 33/ 14
were, if it might stand with your pleasure to 2, 35/ 20
such place as might stand with their honor. But 2, 35/ 21
world is turned: now stand mine enemies in the 2, 52/ 11
part, and able to stand them in stead, either 2, 58/ 14
where the doctors commonly stand, in the upper story 2, 68/ 23
 
 STANDETH...............4
person. "The prosperity whereof standeth," quoth he, "not all 2, 26/ 6
of that man that standeth in danger abroad, not 2, 31/ 29
own name while he standeth in his majesty, one 2, 81/ 4
neither in what unsurety standeth this-worldly weal, or what 2, 86/ 22