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with "and's! I tell thee, they have so done 2, 48/ 25
Lord Hastings, "I arrest thee, traitor!" "What? Me, my 2, 48/ 31
lord?" quoth he. "Yea, thee, traitor!" quoth the Protector 2, 48/ 31
remembered when I met thee here once with an 2, 52/ 2
lion meant not by thee. For it is none 2, 93/ 8
 
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from debonair behavior of their beginning) marvelously in him 2, 5/ 11
of his people and their entire affection toward him 2, 5/ 23
much goodly towardness, as their age could receive) a 2, 5/ 26
division and dissension of their friends had not unarmed 2, 5/ 28
sovereignty provoked him to their destruction which if either 2, 6/ 1
must needs have been their chief defense. For Richard 2, 6/ 2
Gloucester -- by nature their uncle, by office their 2, 6/ 3
their uncle, by office their Protector, to their father 2, 6/ 3
office their Protector, to their father beholden, to themselves 2, 6/ 4
bereave them not only their dignity, but also their 2, 6/ 7
their dignity, but also their lives. But forasmuch as 2, 6/ 8
nature, hate them whom their husbands love), or were 2, 7/ 7
it that he contrived their destruction, with the usurpation 2, 9/ 25
he now thought that their division should be (as 2, 10/ 1
harms might grow by their debate while the youth 2, 10/ 18
and good counsel of their friends, of which either 2, 10/ 20
party should counsel for their own commodity, and rather 2, 10/ 23
themselves at war ere their discretion would serve to 2, 11/ 17
at peace. Ye see their youth, of which I 2, 11/ 18
his presence (as by their words appeared) each forgave 2, 13/ 29
forgave other, and joined their hands together, when (as 2, 13/ 29
it after appeared by their deeds) their hearts were 2, 13/ 30
appeared by their deeds) their hearts were far asunder 2, 13/ 30
from the boldness of their former outrages. To the 2, 14/ 8
of Gloucester turned unto their destruction, and upon that 2, 14/ 18
them or bearing himself their favor, he broke unto 2, 14/ 20
that the young king, their master and kinsman, should 2, 14/ 23
sequestered in manner from their company and attendance of 2, 14/ 25
they sorer thirsted after their own weal or our 2, 15/ 9
be deeper settled in their stomachs than a long-accustomed 2, 15/ 24
under the name of their enemies. Upon this concluded 2, 16/ 3
with such power of their friends that it should 2, 16/ 6
the King being on their side, his part should 2, 16/ 10
impugned -- but for their destruction, having more regard 2, 16/ 20
having more regard to their old variance than their 2, 16/ 20
their old variance than their new atonement. For which 2, 16/ 21
much people again for their defense whose power, she 2, 16/ 22
with a few of their most privy friends set 2, 17/ 21
the night. And at their rising in the dawning 2, 17/ 23
sent about privily to their servants in their inns 2, 17/ 24
to their servants in their inns and lodgings about 2, 17/ 24
themselves shortly ready, for their lords were to horseback-ward 2, 17/ 25
which messages, many of their folk were attendant, when 2, 17/ 27
dukes taken also into their custody the keys of 2, 17/ 29
should pass forth without their license. And over this 2, 17/ 30
had bestowed certain of their folk, that should send 2, 18/ 2
for the show of their diligence, to be the 2, 18/ 6
lighted adown, with all their company about them. To 2, 19/ 1
the King, and on their knees, in very humble 2, 19/ 4
Buckingham, "they have kept their dealing in these matters 2, 19/ 22
put under arrest for their surety, not for the 2, 23/ 10
the truth; nor, turning their private grudges into the 2, 23/ 17
govern the King at their pleasure. And for the 2, 24/ 3
with the carts of their stuff that were taken 2, 24/ 4
had privily conveyed in their carriage to destroy the 2, 24/ 9
would rather have had their harnesses on their backs 2, 24/ 12
had their harnesses on their backs than to have 2, 24/ 13
some others kept still their offices that they had 2, 25/ 10
her kin, but for their own evil deserving. And 2, 28/ 26
where they may with their honor be. "Now, then 2, 29/ 7
as the sea or their evil debtors have brought 2, 30/ 8
of liberty, to keep their bodies out of the 2, 30/ 10
of the danger of their cruel creditors. And also 2, 30/ 10
and kill them, if their murder were willful. And 2, 30/ 18
be afeard to set their hands to the amendment 2, 31/ 4
they spend and bid their creditors go whistle them 2, 31/ 10
wives run thither with their husbands' plate and say 2, 31/ 11
dare not abide with their husbands for beating. Thieves 2, 31/ 12
beating. Thieves bring thither their stolen goods, and there 2, 31/ 13
wise men would set their hands to, it might 2, 31/ 18
to require it by their godfathers; he must ask 2, 32/ 13
they think it for their surety, let them keep 2, 33/ 11
of the people, and their obloquy, but also to 2, 34/ 10
company as it was their both dishonor, and all 2, 34/ 13
causes as also for their both disport and recreation 2, 34/ 26
light, well pondering that their youth without recreation and 2, 34/ 27
for the convenience of their both ages and estates 2, 34/ 29
in the custody of their mother -- the tender 2, 35/ 4
that would haply do their best unto him, yet 2, 35/ 14
as might stand with their honor. But if you 2, 35/ 21
a sanctuary man, to their both dishonor and obloquy 2, 35/ 25
place, it is all their honors there to suffer 2, 36/ 21
as little to procure their destruction without cause." The 2, 36/ 30
that I am with their enemies better beloved than 2, 37/ 4
not play but with their peers, or children could 2, 38/ 19
not play but with their kindred -- with whom 2, 38/ 19
of it lay in their own body, they would 2, 41/ 23
nephews be sure of their uncle? Each of these 2, 41/ 27
asunder, and each of their lives lieth in the 2, 41/ 29
and such as were their craftsmasters in the handling 2, 43/ 10
for they would remember their imprisonment); or else, if 2, 43/ 14
would be careful for their deaths whose imprisonment was 2, 43/ 15
men from perceiving of their drifts otherwhere, the lords 2, 44/ 11
desolate. While some for their business made suit to 2, 45/ 1
doing, some were by their friends secretly warned that 2, 45/ 2
were well out of their mouths." This meant he 2, 45/ 18
life should have quailed their purpose. For which cause 2, 46/ 11
the Lord Hastings into their part. But Catesby, whether 2, 46/ 14
therefore he, fearing lest their motions might with the 2, 46/ 19
her kindred and of their putting to death, which 2, 48/ 3
counsel, Shore's wife, with their affinity, have by their 2, 48/ 8
their affinity, have by their sorcery and witchcraft wasted 2, 48/ 8
blood ran about both their shoulders. And forasmuch as 2, 50/ 5
own name. And of their meeting in that place 2, 51/ 16
the Tower; and at their coming, himself, with the 2, 52/ 27
to have put upon their backs except that some 2, 52/ 29
not well-known. Of which their treason he never had 2, 53/ 3
to put on for their defense such harness as 2, 53/ 5
and the realm at their pleasure, and thereby to 2, 53/ 18
personages, and nevertheless of their humility content to be 2, 56/ 11
other men were, in their times, which be now 2, 57/ 2
by the infamy of their ill deeds. Her doings 2, 57/ 3
to speak and declare their innocence, lest their words 2, 57/ 28
declare their innocence, lest their words might have inclined 2, 57/ 29
about him, out of their own strengths, while no 2, 58/ 6
frame the city to their appetite. Of spiritual men 2, 58/ 19
people for opinion of their learning, and had no 2, 58/ 20
adultery of the Duchess, their mother. And that, also 2, 66/ 21
for the punishment of their parents were for the 2, 66/ 32
it continueth not in their blood long, but, the 2, 67/ 2
as those that by their favors more resembled other 2, 67/ 25
either in themselves or their nigh friends have known 2, 70/ 30
have known as well their goods as their persons 2, 70/ 30
well their goods as their persons greatly endangered, either 2, 70/ 31
which rich men for their money, and great men 2, 71/ 25
and great men for their lands, or some others 2, 71/ 25
those that made her their proctor -- which simple 2, 71/ 33
and great dolor to their husband and their other 2, 72/ 12
to their husband and their other friends which, being 2, 72/ 12
regard the cleanness of their house, the chastity of 2, 72/ 14
house, the chastity of their wives and their children 2, 72/ 14
of their wives and their children, that them were 2, 72/ 14
married unto the Queen, their mother -- whose blood 2, 73/ 18
hath a child to their king." Wherefore, so much 2, 74/ 18
they never had in their lives heard so evil 2, 75/ 13
out as loud as their throats would give, "King 2, 76/ 19
-- and threw up their caps in token of 2, 76/ 20
stood before cast back their heads, marveling thereof; but 2, 76/ 21
wisely turned it to their purpose and said it 2, 76/ 26
not able to dissemble their sorrow, were fain at 2, 77/ 4
his back to turn their face to the wall 2, 77/ 5
while the dolor of their heart burst out at 2, 77/ 5
heart burst out at their eyes. Then on the 2, 77/ 6
of the city, in their best manner appareled, assembling 2, 77/ 9
repaired also, according to their appointment, the Duke of 2, 77/ 11
knew some part of their errand; as though he 2, 77/ 17
his presence to purpose their intent, of which they 2, 77/ 24
Grace the intent of their coming without his displeasure 2, 77/ 32
bold to show him their intent and purpose, with 2, 78/ 10
point to incline to their desire. For in all 2, 78/ 30
earthly can govern against their wills; and we well 2, 79/ 32
when they cannot play their parts, they disorder the 2, 81/ 10
should be murdered in their beds. To the execution 2, 85/ 11
seely children lying in their beds, came into the 2, 85/ 17
and pillows hard unto their mouths, that within a 2, 85/ 20
while, smothered and stifled, their breath failing, they gave 2, 85/ 21
gave up to God their innocent souls into the 2, 85/ 21
leaving to the tormentors their bodies dead in the 2, 85/ 22
thoroughly dead, they laid their bodies naked out upon 2, 85/ 26
tyranny taken, deprived of their estate, shortly shut up 2, 86/ 18
privily slain and murdered, their bodies cast God wot 2, 86/ 19
the cruel ambition of their unnatural uncle and his 2, 86/ 20
surely the occasion of their variance is of diverse 2, 89/ 7
by the process of their communications the Duke's pride 2, 91/ 23
shall never come near their ear." "In good faith 2, 93/ 13