SURFEIT................1
bear out a new surfeit. And albeit there might 2, 35/ 13
 
 SURMISE................1
that they devised to surmise in King Edward's children 2, 59/ 32
 
 SURREY.................1
and after Earl of Surrey. And Catherine, which, long 2, 3/ 13
 
 SUSPECT................2
debate to fear and suspect lest they should gather 2, 16/ 18
had it ever inwardly suspect, as many well-counterfeited jewels 2, 82/ 29
 
 SUSPECTED..............1
them whom he least suspected. For the state of 2, 43/ 26
 
 SUSPICION..............3
run into slander and suspicion of fraud. And where 2, 36/ 2
filled many men with suspicion though he showed few 2, 44/ 28
he fell once in suspicion of the tyrant) that 2, 90/ 5
 
 SUSPICIOUS.............1
your wits nor so suspicious to mistrust your troths 2, 41/ 15
 
 SWARM..................1
the sound of a swarm of bees; till at 2, 76/ 15
 
 SWEAR..................1
for if I would swear the contrary, Your Lordship 2, 92/ 5
 
 SWEET..................1
child, "Farewell, my own sweet son; God send you 2, 42/ 9
 
 SWELLETH...............1
the sea without wind swelleth of itself sometimes before 2, 44/ 26
 
 SWIFTLY................1
of this lord's death swiftly through the city, and 2, 52/ 23
 
 SWORN..................1
when she was solemnly sworn to say the truth 2, 65/ 2
 
 TABLE..................2
dish from his own table to the Lord Rivers 2, 20/ 3
and fell under the table, or else his head 2, 49/ 3
 
 TAKE...................38
anything intended he to take in hand by which 2, 5/ 3
oftentimes more esteem and take for greater kindness a 2, 5/ 20
his time and to take upon him the rule 2, 6/ 23
in this tender youth take in the company of 2, 26/ 9
it please him to take the pain. Which I 2, 26/ 31
to be attempted to take him out against her 2, 27/ 29
Buckingham. "For I dare take it upon my soul 2, 28/ 20
whom God bade to take from the altar and 2, 30/ 18
broken it, let us take a pain therewith and 2, 31/ 23
That no man unlawfully take hurt, that liberty the 2, 32/ 4
a man's wife will take sanctuary because she list 2, 32/ 33
displeasure to Saint Peter, take her out of Saint 2, 33/ 2
if a child will take sanctuary because he feareth 2, 33/ 4
maugre her mind, to take him, and to leave 2, 34/ 2
Ye may not hence take my horse from me 2, 38/ 27
-- and may you take my child from me 2, 38/ 28
no man, I suppose, take my ward from me 2, 38/ 31
whether my child may take benefit of it), mine 2, 39/ 11
were not likely to take it well if all 2, 62/ 7
gladly that she should take it well, yet was 2, 63/ 4
when I come to take Orders. For I understand 2, 64/ 18
Bastard slips shall never take deep root." Thereupon when 2, 66/ 28
good will list to take! Which never asked little 2, 70/ 4
our humble request, to take upon him the guiding 2, 74/ 10
will be loath to take upon him, as he 2, 74/ 13
he will if he take it. Which room, I 2, 74/ 15
I have said, to take it upon him, yet 2, 74/ 22
how His Grace would take it -- whom they 2, 78/ 4
depose the Prince and take himself the crown. With 2, 78/ 33
the weal universal to take that way although they 2, 79/ 19
like His Grace to take the crown upon him 2, 79/ 21
that either he must take it or else he 2, 79/ 28
of all titles possible take for most effectual: we 2, 80/ 4
the same, here we take upon us the royal 2, 80/ 8
at the third time take it as compelled thereunto 2, 80/ 31
audience that he would take upon him the crown 2, 81/ 19
new world he would take such part as he 2, 88/ 12
profit the realm should take by his reign, my 2, 92/ 4
 
 TAKEN..................29
what occasion we have taken so great hurt before 2, 13/ 8
Now had these dukes taken also into their custody 2, 17/ 28
of London and thence taken out the King's treasure 2, 19/ 14
King her son was taken; her brother, her son 2, 20/ 20
and knights which were taken had contrived the destruction 2, 23/ 31
their stuff that were taken (among which stuff no 2, 24/ 5
reproved, and the seal taken from him and delivered 2, 25/ 4
if nobody may be taken out of sanctuary that 2, 33/ 3
time that I have taken sanctuary; for when my 2, 39/ 15
come to it. For taken out of sanctuary would 2, 40/ 6
he should incontinent be taken thence; and to convey 2, 40/ 28
Queen's kindred that were taken before and should that 2, 52/ 7
and after to have taken upon them to rule 2, 53/ 17
demerits, being so openly taken in his falsely conceived 2, 53/ 32
so suddenly so highly taken: that she was naught 2, 54/ 24
departed, by her scalp taken out of the charnel 2, 55/ 29
and knights that were taken from the King at 2, 57/ 19
it might be well taken. To this counsel they 2, 58/ 12
child. This examination solemnly taken, when it was clearly 2, 65/ 7
this sentence certain examples taken out of the Old 2, 67/ 6
presence might have been taken among the hearers as 2, 68/ 3
poorer people reputed and taken for the younger of 2, 82/ 24
-- by traitorous tyranny taken, deprived of their estate 2, 86/ 17
known and not ill taken, nor any demand of 2, 90/ 15
ye before heard, was taken in the council at 2, 90/ 20
King Edward's death first taken by the tyrant for 2, 91/ 6
it shall not be taken as the party meant 2, 92/ 29
was about to say, taken as well as before 2, 93/ 14
but thank. And yet taken as I ween it 2, 93/ 15
 
 TAKETH.................4
question, while either party taketh other as traitors, I 2, 30/ 12
jeopardy. And he that taketh one out of sanctuary 2, 33/ 17
that against my will taketh out him, breaketh the 2, 38/ 25
already. For small pleasure taketh a man of all 2, 63/ 20
 
 TAKING.................8
he was of the taking of her kindred and 2, 48/ 3
enamored on her. And taking her afterward secretly aside 2, 61/ 8
and riches. And thus taking counsel of his desire 2, 61/ 28
was marvelously abashed, and taking the Mayor nearer to 2, 75/ 5
and amendment thereof, by taking upon him the crown 2, 78/ 16
Richard, after his coronation, taking his way to Gloucester 2, 83/ 7
him. And the other, taking it in evil part 2, 89/ 18
prick him forward -- taking always the occasion of 2, 91/ 26
 
 TALE...................6
Tower street, broke his tale and said merrily to 2, 51/ 7
heard so evil a tale so well-told. But, were 2, 75/ 14
Recorder so tempered his tale that he showed everything 2, 75/ 29
that told him the tale used him with good 2, 85/ 3
I think on Aesop's tale, that when the lion 2, 93/ 2
laughed merrily at the tale, and said, "My lord 2, 93/ 11
 
 TALK...................5
while we," quoth he, "talk of one matter in 2, 45/ 14
wot we whereof they talk in the other place 2, 45/ 14
you come on! Whereto talk you so long with 2, 51/ 8
him great pleasure to talk with him thereof with 2, 51/ 30
love not much to talk much of princes, as 2, 92/ 27