STANDING...............2
of Paul's, of chance standing by, and comparing the 2, 54/ 10
not well otherwise do, standing that the Earl of 2, 62/ 6
 
 STANLEY................5
of Ely, the Lord Stanley, and the Lord Hastings 2, 44/ 17
forth that the Lord Stanley, that was after Earl 2, 45/ 10
special trust, the Lord Stanley and he had departed 2, 45/ 31
fly at the Lord Stanley, which shrank at the 2, 49/ 2
his death, the Lord Stanley sent a trusty secret 2, 49/ 30
 
 STAR...................3
Council came unto the Star Chamber at Westminster. And 2, 33/ 26
the Council in the Star Chamber, departed into the 2, 33/ 28
brought him into the Star Chamber, where the Protector 2, 42/ 14
 
 START..................1
fearful dreams, suddenly sometimes start up, leap out of 2, 87/ 18
 
 STATE..................2
least suspected. For the state of things and the 2, 43/ 26
the realm in good state. Which was already in 2, 79/ 8
 
 STATELY................2
made them not so stately, but so friendly and 2, 5/ 16
were they great and stately of stomach, greedy and 2, 6/ 27
 
 STATES.................4
as they were great states of birth, so were 2, 6/ 26
such as is in states called warlike, in other 2, 7/ 21
and sovereignty, which among states where he once entereth 2, 12/ 24
set variance among the states, and to subdue and 2, 19/ 11
 
 STATURE................2
them both: little of stature, ill-featured of limbs, crookbacked 2, 7/ 19
good favor, moderate of stature, well made, and very 2, 61/ 6
 
 STAY...................1
by the way to stay his horse and common 2, 51/ 6
 
 STEAD..................3
many men in great stead, either for none or 2, 56/ 20
to stand them in stead, either by power or 2, 58/ 14
her virtue in the stead of possession and riches 2, 61/ 28
 
 STEADFAST..............1
places and get him steadfast hatred. He was close 2, 8/ 6
 
 STEAL..................1
new robberies, nightly they steal out, they rob and 2, 31/ 14
 
 STEP...................1
For they that sometimes step up and play with 2, 81/ 9
 
 STIFFLY................1
elsewhere to be so stiffly said nay, so much 2, 61/ 26
 
 STIFLED................1
a while, smothered and stifled, their breath failing, they 2, 85/ 21
 
 STILL..................6
and some others kept still their offices that they 2, 25/ 10
when he had sat still a while, thus he 2, 47/ 20
these people be so still?" "Sir," quoth the Mayor 2, 75/ 7
but all was as still as the midnight -- 2, 75/ 16
and after, long lying still -- to be thoroughly 2, 85/ 25
horses, and from thence still continued with, partner of 2, 89/ 2
 
 STOLEN.................2
Thieves bring thither their stolen goods, and there live 2, 31/ 13
of his debts, and stolen goods to the owner 2, 32/ 30
 
 STOMACH................1
great and stately of stomach, greedy and ambitious of 2, 6/ 27
 
 STOMACHS...............1
deeper settled in their stomachs than a long-accustomed malice 2, 15/ 24
 
 STONES.................2
had been turned into stones, for wonder of this 2, 68/ 25
a great heap of stones. Then rode Sir James 2, 85/ 29
 
 STONY..................6
be with him at Stony Stratford, eleven miles thence 2, 17/ 14
in the highway toward Stony Stratford, where the King 2, 18/ 1
out of Northampton toward Stony Stratford, till they should 2, 18/ 4
took the way to Stony Stratford -- where they 2, 18/ 27
the King's Grace from Stony Stratford unto Northampton. "Notwithstanding 2, 21/ 11
King at Northampton and Stony Stratford. Which thing was 2, 57/ 19
 
 STOOD..................17
the band, more than stood either with his honor 2, 15/ 6
though the one brother stood in danger and peril 2, 34/ 15
Queen with these words stood a good while in 2, 40/ 24
the King's indignation, and stood in great fear of 2, 51/ 22
so sorry, nor never stood in so great dread 2, 52/ 9
the Duke of Buckingham, stood harnessed in old, ill-faring 2, 52/ 28
said unto them that stood about him, "Here is 2, 54/ 11
many weighty suits she stood many men in great 2, 56/ 20
upper story, where he stood to hearken the sermon 2, 68/ 24
King Richard!" that they stood as they had been 2, 68/ 25
Protector's name, the Duke stood up, and (as he 2, 69/ 8
in times past ye stood evermore in doubt. For 2, 69/ 23
all the people that stood before, but all was 2, 75/ 16
which always, after one, stood as they had been 2, 75/ 32
joy. And they that stood before cast back their 2, 76/ 21
down unto them, but stood above in a gallery 2, 77/ 27
what peril the Duke stood if he fell once 2, 90/ 5
 
 STOPPED................1
and there so suddenly stopped), and exhorted him so 2, 92/ 18
 
 STORE..................1
God, for the better store, to have given him 2, 93/ 23
 
 STORMY.................1
the tedious impression and stormy remembrance of his abominable 2, 87/ 20
 
 STORY..................1
stand, in the upper story, where he stood to 2, 68/ 23
 
 STOUTLY................1
once begun, he would stoutly go through. And therefore 2, 43/ 31
 
 STRAIGHT...............1
privy messenger unto him straight after King Edward's death 2, 43/ 1
 
 STRAIT.................1
because it was too strait for both companies. And 2, 18/ 29
 
 STRANGE................5
which he was never strange. He was a goodly 2, 4/ 9
whom such adversity was strange. But himself had been 2, 20/ 8
by new affinity in strange lands, is often the 2, 64/ 3
both parts made so strange, as though neither had 2, 80/ 21
he found him nothing strange. Wherefore, on the morrow 2, 84/ 21
 
 STRANGELY..............1
proposition, he looked very strangely thereat, and answered that 2, 78/ 25
 
 STRANGER...............1
cannot endure, nor any stranger for the convenience of 2, 34/ 28
 
 STRANGERS..............1
much worse than with strangers. But the child "cannot 2, 38/ 20
 
 STRATFORD..............6
with him at Stony Stratford, eleven miles thence, early 2, 17/ 14
the highway toward Stony Stratford, where the King lay 2, 18/ 1
of Northampton toward Stony Stratford, till they should give 2, 18/ 4
the way to Stony Stratford -- where they found 2, 18/ 27
King's Grace from Stony Stratford unto Northampton. "Notwithstanding, sir 2, 21/ 11
at Northampton and Stony Stratford. Which thing was done 2, 57/ 20
 
 STRAWBERRIES...........2
you have very good strawberries at your garden in 2, 47/ 6
for a mess of strawberries. The Protector set the 2, 47/ 10
 
 STREET.................3
dwelling in Red Cross Street, without Cripplegate; and when 2, 9/ 10
Crosby's Place in Bishopsgate Street, where the Protector kept 2, 44/ 32
met in the Tower street, broke his tale and 2, 51/ 7
 
 STRENGTH...............6
he perceived his natural strength so sore enfeebled that 2, 10/ 15
be wise. Power and strength to keep him if 2, 42/ 2
purpose, he thought his strength more than half increased 2, 43/ 8
-- whereupon depended great strength to his estate by 2, 62/ 4
warrior, and of such strength, what for his lands 2, 65/ 30
will as he had strength and wit. The man 2, 84/ 3
 
 STRENGTHS..............1
out of their own strengths, while no man wist 2, 58/ 6
 
 STRETCH................1
any one man's pleasure stretch and extend to the 2, 4/ 23
 
 STRETCHED..............1
she wist well, far stretched. And thus should all 2, 16/ 23
 
 STRICKEN...............1
of timber and there stricken off, and afterward his 2, 49/ 22
 
 STRIFE.................1
in frame again. Which strife, if it should hap 2, 23/ 22
 
 STRIKE.................1
one always ready to strike again. He took ill 2, 87/ 16
 
 STRING.................1
no more upon that string. And then said he 2, 36/ 33