TALKED.................4
whom he had before talked thereof in the same 2, 51/ 30
friend what the people talked of him, all were 2, 68/ 30
showed him that they talked no good, yet when 2, 68/ 31
him. But much they talked and marveled of the 2, 80/ 20
 
 TALKING................3
And after a little talking with them, he said 2, 47/ 5
began to enter in talking more familiarly. Whose appetite 2, 61/ 9
and the people departed, talking diversely of the matter 2, 80/ 19
 
 TALLAGES...............1
so many taxes and tallages, of which there was 2, 69/ 26
 
 TAPER..................1
a Sunday, with a taper in her hand. In 2, 54/ 28
 
 TARRIED................1
to excuse himself, they tarried not the end of 2, 18/ 23
 
 TARRY..................3
enduring so long to tarry, but intending, under pretext 2, 6/ 21
you appoint yourself to tarry here, then think they 2, 35/ 22
determined no longer to tarry, but had his horse 2, 50/ 8
 
 TARRYING...............1
found by the way tarrying lest he should prevent 2, 68/ 8
 
 TAUNTING...............1
full of babble, sometimes taunting -- without displeasure and 2, 56/ 4
 
 TAXES..................2
polling, among so many taxes and tallages, of which 2, 69/ 26
usual names of known taxes -- but under an 2, 69/ 31
 
 TEDIOUS................2
both so full of tedious flattery that no man's 2, 59/ 1
and tumbled with the tedious impression and stormy remembrance 2, 87/ 20
 
 TEETH..................1
been cleft to the teeth; for as shortly as 2, 49/ 4
 
 TELL...................8
leave for preachers to tell you -- and yet 2, 12/ 9
which, as learned men tell me, forbiddeth every man 2, 39/ 31
man could not well tell whom he might trust 2, 43/ 27
and with "and's! I tell thee, they have so 2, 48/ 25
of his day thoughts? Tell him it is plain 2, 50/ 13
him that can better tell it, and of whom 2, 73/ 1
removed, they could nothing tell. And thus, as I 2, 86/ 13
I was about to tell you, by the long 2, 91/ 18
 
 TEMPERED...............1
But the Recorder so tempered his tale that he 2, 75/ 29
 
 TEMPEST................1
itself sometimes before a tempest -- or were it 2, 44/ 27
 
 TEMPESTUOUS............1
and trouble of the tempestuous world that followed, highly 2, 4/ 2
 
 TEMPORAL...............2
Duke had done, the temporal men whole, and good 2, 33/ 20
the regard of any temporal advantage -- yet nevertheless 2, 63/ 8
 
 TEN....................2
after one hour, between ten and eleven, he returned 2, 47/ 14
never had knowledge before ten of the clock that 2, 53/ 4
 
 TENDER.................11
the occasion of the tender age of the young 2, 9/ 23
Prince, whose mind in tender youth infected, shall readily 2, 11/ 30
he cannot in this tender youth take in the 2, 26/ 9
all the world his tender youth proveth. And so 2, 32/ 11
their mother -- the tender age considered of the 2, 35/ 4
his uncle, for the tender love he beareth him 2, 37/ 19
hath the Protector so tender zeal to him that 2, 37/ 22
to pierce a soft, tender heart. But when the 2, 55/ 16
so much the more tender favor, in how much 2, 74/ 31
young king and his tender brother. Whose death and 2, 82/ 19
princes -- these innocent, tender children, born of most 2, 86/ 15
 
 TENDERED...............1
wist well she specially tendered), not only great comfort 2, 34/ 23
 
 TENDERETH..............1
man, such as both tendereth the King's weal and 2, 26/ 27
 
 TENDERLY...............1
him, or is more tenderly like to cherish him 2, 35/ 16
 
 TERRIBLE...............1
heard him speak so terrible words, that he durst 2, 46/ 16
 
 TESTAMENT..............1
out of the Old Testament and other ancient histories 2, 67/ 7
 
 TESTIFIED..............1
truth well and openly testified. Whereupon Dame Elizabeth Lucy 2, 64/ 33
 
 THAMES.................1
window see all the Thames full of boats of 2, 22/ 14
 
 THAN...................94
were dead in more than twenty years of his 2, 4/ 6
in prosperity rather joyful than proud, in peace just 2, 4/ 12
and nevertheless no farther than wisdom would, adventurous. Whose 2, 4/ 14
wisdom where he voided than his manhood where he 2, 4/ 16
kindness a little courtesy than a great benefit. So 2, 5/ 21
left shoulder much higher than his right, hard-favored of 2, 7/ 20
disposition was more meetly than for peace. Sundry victories 2, 8/ 1
office to some other than his own born brother 2, 8/ 21
men deemed) more faintly than he that were heartily 2, 8/ 25
he nothing less mistrusted than that that happened, yet 2, 10/ 17
to win themselves favor than by profitable advertisement to 2, 10/ 25
shall have more place than plain and faithful advice 2, 11/ 28
more to move you than his that is by 2, 12/ 11
move us to charity than the respect of fleshly 2, 12/ 17
with my more pain than pleasure proved, by God's 2, 13/ 4
honorable part of kin than his mother's side, "whose 2, 14/ 27
by the band, more than stood either with his 2, 15/ 6
place with the King than any respect of kindred 2, 15/ 10
pleasure had more place than the parties' wills. Nor 2, 15/ 20
settled in their stomachs than a long-accustomed malice many 2, 15/ 24
to their old variance than their new atonement. For 2, 16/ 21
as liked better them than him. At which dealing 2, 20/ 1
crown any other king than your son whom they 2, 22/ 6
no longer should remain than till the matter were 2, 23/ 12
other voice or semblance, than to his coronation -- 2, 23/ 30
harnesses on their backs than to have bound them 2, 24/ 13
Wherefore, with whom rather than with his own brother 2, 26/ 12
grow to more grief than any man here can 2, 26/ 23
seemeth me more meetly than our Reverend Father here 2, 26/ 29
holy ground was more than five hundred years ago 2, 28/ 2
reckoneth herself no wiser than she thinketh some that 2, 29/ 2
sin somewhat less regard than they do. "Now, then 2, 29/ 24
mind fetch him away than leave him there till 2, 30/ 1
better to lack both than have both. And this 2, 31/ 1
what prince more piteous than politic hath granted it 2, 31/ 21
reason in our case than in that. For therein 2, 33/ 6
rather a little amended than well recovered, that I 2, 35/ 7
how to order him than I that so long 2, 35/ 16
like to cherish him than his own mother that 2, 35/ 17
comfort of them both, than here as a sanctuary 2, 35/ 24
in surety with me than I were there in 2, 36/ 25
their enemies better beloved than they? -- when they 2, 37/ 4
them both better playfellows than him that maketh so 2, 38/ 14
they agree much worse than with strangers. But the 2, 38/ 20
fear I no further than the law feareth, which 2, 39/ 31
may inherit less land than a kingdom! I can 2, 39/ 33
more ready to depart than some of the remnant 2, 40/ 25
nothing less looking for than to have him fetched 2, 41/ 1
them both more perilous than to be both in 2, 41/ 30
thought his strength more than half increased. The matter 2, 43/ 8
should sooner destroy himself than save the King, who 2, 43/ 19
was moved by her than by any other whom 2, 47/ 33
is rather in going than biding. And if we 2, 50/ 19
by other men's falsehood than think it were either 2, 50/ 21
let anything pass me than the vain surety of 2, 51/ 13
amorous of her body than curious of her soul 2, 55/ 2
they more her penance than rejoiced therein, when they 2, 55/ 4
of a corrupt intent than any virtuous affection. This 2, 55/ 6
and those rather gay than rich -- either for 2, 56/ 21
both of more learning than virtue, of more fame 2, 58/ 25
virtue, of more fame than learning. For they were 2, 58/ 25
rather kindled his desire than quenched it. And finally 2, 61/ 17
perceived more firmly set than to fall off for 2, 61/ 22
commend the maiden's fortune than the master's wisdom. And 2, 62/ 13
said, was more honesty, than honor in this marriage 2, 62/ 14
it was in his, than for the regard of 2, 63/ 8
parties could be contented, than to marry himself whom 2, 63/ 17
ruled by his eye than by mine own -- 2, 63/ 33
occasion of more trouble than profit. And we have 2, 64/ 4
God loved her better than to grant her her 2, 65/ 12
to make a king than to be a king 2, 66/ 1
with much less number than he had, at Barnet 2, 66/ 2
to no larger proof than themselves list to make 2, 66/ 14
resembled other known men than him -- from whose 2, 67/ 26
lords and knights, more than haply knew the message 2, 69/ 3
and no less weighty than pleasing unto God and 2, 69/ 14
the realm more profitable than to you, the citizens 2, 69/ 15
riot and unreasonable waste than any necessary or honorable 2, 69/ 28
left his office rather than he would assent to 2, 70/ 18
assent to that judgment, than to the dishonesty of 2, 70/ 18
time and other, more than half the realm. Thus 2, 71/ 6
cost more English blood than hath twice the winning 2, 71/ 18
after not much surer than war. So that no 2, 71/ 24
vile and abominable strumpet, than to all the lords 2, 71/ 32
that they have besides than to have such a 2, 72/ 15
worshipful doctor rather signified than fully explained, and which 2, 73/ 24
in other realms about than the crown of any 2, 78/ 28
more labor and pain than pleasure to him that 2, 78/ 35
by God's special providence than man's provision, repressed. Upon 2, 79/ 12
God longer to live than we intend to procure 2, 80/ 16
he took, within less than three years of the 2, 87/ 7
and watch, rather slumbered than slept, troubled with fearful 2, 87/ 17
him to follow him than to lead him. For 2, 92/ 2
and peradventure more good than he would ween, and 2, 92/ 21