THEREWITHAL............2
your own surety." And therewithal the King, no longer 2, 13/ 24
he would forthwith depart therewithal, and shift whoso would 2, 40/ 17
 
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they looked for. When these lords, with divers others 2, 11/ 8
what trouble hath within these few years grown in 2, 13/ 1
peace again. Wherefore in these last words that ever 2, 13/ 17
many years rooted." With these words and writings and 2, 15/ 26
and the King's favor. These two -- not bearing 2, 15/ 31
gone from Northampton, when these dukes of Gloucester and 2, 17/ 8
much friendly cheer between these dukes and the Lord 2, 17/ 16
were unready. Now had these dukes taken also into 2, 17/ 28
sea. All which things these dukes wist well were 2, 19/ 15
kept their dealing in these matters far from the 2, 19/ 22
whom he heard that these dukes were gone back 2, 21/ 10
King is himself. With these persuasions of the Lord 2, 23/ 24
he wist the contrary), these commotions were somewhat appeased 2, 23/ 26
be blown about that these lords and knights which 2, 23/ 31
barrels of harnesses that these traitors had privily conveyed 2, 24/ 9
for thieves, of which these places be full, and 2, 30/ 15
upon the boldness of these places; yea, and rich 2, 31/ 8
When the Queen and these lords were come together 2, 34/ 6
intended. The Queen with these words stood a good 2, 40/ 24
their uncle? Each of these children is other's defense 2, 41/ 28
the Lord Cardinal and these other lords with him 2, 42/ 13
and kissed him, with these words: "Now, welcome, my 2, 42/ 16
whom he might fear. These things and suchlike, being 2, 43/ 28
King Edward's time. Besides these requests of the Duke 2, 44/ 6
that he much misliked these two several councils. "For 2, 45/ 13
afterward was cast away. These lords so sitting together 2, 47/ 1
meaning the Queen. At these words many of the 2, 47/ 30
color could fasten upon these matters, then he laid 2, 54/ 21
the Lord Chamberlain and these other lords and knights 2, 58/ 3
no scrupulous conscience. Among these had they John Shaa 2, 58/ 22
after that, never. Of these two, the one had 2, 58/ 26
prince." The Duchess with these words nothing appeased, and 2, 64/ 20
of this wedding till these same were clearly purged 2, 64/ 32
in the speaking of these words the Protector should 2, 67/ 33
while he liveth." While these words were in speaking 2, 68/ 21
suppose, to rehearse of these any more by name 2, 70/ 28
Duchess, his mother); for these causes, I say, fore-remembered 2, 73/ 29
What meaneth this, that these people be so still 2, 75/ 7
the people again, with these words: "Dear friends, we 2, 76/ 2
-- or not." At these words the people began 2, 76/ 13
other nobleman that would. These words much moved the 2, 79/ 25
so they said that these matters be kings' games 2, 81/ 6
had to lie, were these two noble princes -- 2, 86/ 15
two noble princes -- these innocent, tender children, born 2, 86/ 15
 
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Richard. All three as they were great states of 2, 6/ 26
of birth, so were they great and stately of 2, 6/ 26
to his wealth. And they that thus deem, think 2, 8/ 26
children were young. And they deem that for this 2, 9/ 1
might be lost ere they looked therefor. For of 2, 10/ 7
which he received, that they looked for. When these 2, 11/ 7
find you. Which, if they should (that God forbid 2, 11/ 16
you hate other. If they were men, your faithfulness 2, 11/ 20
elder counsel, which neither they can have but ye 2, 11/ 23
if God send, then they that by evil means 2, 12/ 1
to the place that they all preach of. But 2, 12/ 11
us that would God they did, should no less 2, 12/ 16
the less loss were they, by whom though God 2, 13/ 13
as good words as they could, and answering for 2, 13/ 27
for the time as they thought to stand with 2, 13/ 28
as faithful service as they -- and many of 2, 14/ 26
of themselves. Which whether they sorer thirsted after their 2, 15/ 8
any respect of kindred, they might peradventure easily have 2, 15/ 11
not as easily as they have done some others 2, 15/ 13
Duke of Gloucester: that they would utterly remove from 2, 16/ 2
King's name much people, they should give the lords 2, 16/ 17
fear and suspect lest they should gather this people 2, 16/ 18
atonement. For which cause they should assemble on the 2, 16/ 21
wite, and say that they had unwisely, and untruly 2, 16/ 27
there so lovingly, that they, nothing earthly mistrusting, brought 2, 17/ 5
But incontinent after that they were openly with great 2, 17/ 17
down in counsel, wherein they spent a great part 2, 17/ 22
dawning of the day, they sent about privily to 2, 17/ 23
where the King lay, they had bestowed certain of 2, 18/ 1
toward Stony Stratford, till they should give other license 2, 18/ 4
that town: thus bore they folk in hand. But 2, 18/ 8
Whom as soon as they saw, they began to 2, 18/ 19
soon as they saw, they began to quarrel with 2, 18/ 19
wise to excuse himself, they tarried not the end 2, 18/ 23
Stony Stratford -- where they found the King with 2, 18/ 27
And as soon as they came in his presence 2, 18/ 30
came in his presence, they lighted adown, with all 2, 18/ 30
in a goodly array they came to the King 2, 19/ 3
by, in his presence they picked a quarrel to 2, 19/ 7
Toward the accomplishing whereof, they said that the Lord 2, 19/ 13
London; saving that somewhat they must say. Unto which 2, 19/ 17
my brother here, that they be innocent of any 2, 19/ 20
the Duke of Buckingham, "they have kept their dealing 2, 19/ 22
good grace." And forthwith they arrested the Lord Richard 2, 19/ 23
back unto Northampton, where they took again further counsel 2, 19/ 30
further counsel. And there they sent away from the 2, 19/ 30
all to Pomfret, where they were in conclusion beheaded 2, 20/ 14
to forbear his rest, they letted not to wake 2, 21/ 8
I assure you, if they crown any other king 2, 22/ 6
than your son whom they now have with them 2, 22/ 7
many also for that they reckoned this demeanor attempted 2, 22/ 24
King's jeopardy; and that they were also in safeguard 2, 23/ 11
advised them beware: that they judged not the matter 2, 23/ 16
too far forth, ere they knew the truth; nor 2, 23/ 16
coming up -- that they might peradventure bring the 2, 23/ 20
away or cast away), they showed unto the people 2, 24/ 7
all the way as they went: "Lo, here be 2, 24/ 8
still their offices that they had before. Now, all 2, 25/ 10
people -- as though they were not to be 2, 25/ 29
Archbishop of York, whom they all agreed also to 2, 27/ 24
for the proof whereof they have yet in the 2, 28/ 5
less loved for that they be her kin, but 2, 28/ 26
believeth and knoweth that they would be as sorry 2, 29/ 4
in such place where they may with their honor 2, 29/ 7
somewhat less regard than they do. "Now, then, if 2, 29/ 24
good faith -- if they were now to begin 2, 30/ 5
from the craft after they once fall thereto, it 2, 30/ 16
weigh the good that they do with the hurt 2, 30/ 31
this I say although they were not abused as 2, 31/ 2
were not abused as they now be, and so 2, 31/ 2
I fear me ever they will be, while men 2, 31/ 3
poor men's goods; there they build, there they spend 2, 31/ 10
there they build, there they spend and bid their 2, 31/ 10
husbands' plate and say they dare not abide with 2, 31/ 12
live thereon. There devise they new robberies, nightly they 2, 31/ 14
they new robberies, nightly they steal out, they rob 2, 31/ 14
nightly they steal out, they rob and reave and 2, 31/ 15
safeguard for the harm they have done, but a 2, 31/ 16
not to sanctuary as they come to baptism, to 2, 32/ 12
that were present, whether they said it for his 2, 32/ 27
his pleasure or as they thought, agreed plainly that 2, 32/ 28
to need it, if they think it for their 2, 33/ 11
should be fetched. Howbeit, they thought it all best 2, 33/ 23
of that place which they reckoned as a prison 2, 34/ 18
tarry here, then think they yet more convenient that 2, 35/ 22
of fraud. And where they call it a thing 2, 36/ 19
know you anything why they should be in jeopardy 2, 36/ 26
quoth she. "Nor why they should be in prison 2, 36/ 27
prison, neither -- as they now be! But it 2, 36/ 28
am guiltless? As though they were guilty! In that 2, 37/ 4
enemies better beloved than they? -- when they hate 2, 37/ 4
than they? -- when they hate them for my 2, 37/ 5
And how far be they off? -- if that 2, 37/ 6
deserve it. And therefore they reckon no privilege broken 2, 37/ 17
no privilege broken though they fetch him out. Which 2, 37/ 17
him, I verily think they will, so much dread 2, 37/ 18
princes as young as they be could not play 2, 38/ 18
for the more part, they agree much worse than 2, 38/ 20
or troth. Wit, if they were so dull that 2, 40/ 20
were so dull that they could nothing perceive what 2, 40/ 20
Protector intended; troth, if they should procure her son 2, 40/ 21
his hands in whom they should perceive toward the 2, 40/ 22
as she feared lest they might be deceived, so 2, 41/ 9
was she well assured they would not be corrupted 2, 41/ 9
my blood that if they wist where any of 2, 41/ 22
in their own body, they would let it out 2, 41/ 23
is other's defense while they be asunder, and each 2, 41/ 28
received this young duke, they brought him into the 2, 42/ 14
he thought. Thereupon forthwith they brought him to the 2, 42/ 19
which after that day they never came abroad. When 2, 42/ 22
him forward thereunto if they escaped (for they would 2, 43/ 13
if they escaped (for they would remember their imprisonment 2, 43/ 14
imprisonment); or else, if they were put to death 2, 43/ 14
household stuff. And when they were thus at a 2, 44/ 8
a point between themselves, they went about to prepare 2, 44/ 8
young king -- as they would have it seem 2, 44/ 9
it seem. And that they might turn both the 2, 44/ 10
Duke, after that that they had set the Lord 2, 44/ 15
place, as fast were they in another place contriving 2, 44/ 20
adhibited very few, and they very secret, yet began 2, 44/ 22
long be well, though they neither wist what they 2, 44/ 24
they neither wist what they feared nor wherefore: were 2, 44/ 24
little wot we whereof they talk in the other 2, 45/ 14
he began: "What were they worthy to have, that 2, 47/ 21
answered and said that they were worthy to be 2, 47/ 27
as heinous traitors, whatsoever they were. And all the 2, 47/ 28
a quarrel. For well they wist that the Queen 2, 48/ 14
Certainly, my lord, if they have so heinously done 2, 48/ 23
have so heinously done, they be worthy heinous punishment 2, 48/ 24
and's! I tell thee, they have so done; and 2, 48/ 25
his ears. Then were they all quickly bestowed in 2, 49/ 10
the same night that they should be out of 2, 50/ 9
such dreams! Which if they were tokens of things 2, 50/ 14
and thanked be God they got no good, nor 2, 52/ 4
man should ween that they would vouchsafe to have 2, 52/ 29
the Council. And what they intended further was as 2, 53/ 2
pill and spoil whom they list, uncontrolled. And much 2, 53/ 19
sin corrected, yet pitied they more her penance than 2, 55/ 4
than rejoiced therein, when they considered that the Protector 2, 55/ 5
substance. But forasmuch as they were coupled ere she 2, 55/ 10
somewhat higher. Thus say they that knew her in 2, 55/ 26
great matters -- which they shall especially think that 2, 56/ 28
her only by that they now see her. But 2, 56/ 29
not much less, albeit they be much less remembered 2, 57/ 4
much less remembered because they were not so evil 2, 57/ 4
For men use, if they have an evil turn 2, 57/ 5
the people about that they were traitors (not suffering 2, 57/ 28
guilt but only that they were good men, too 2, 58/ 2
to trust, ere ever they should have space to 2, 58/ 7
taken. To this counsel they took divers, such as 2, 58/ 13
took divers, such as they thought meet to be 2, 58/ 13
or policy. Among whom they made of counsel Edmund 2, 58/ 15
appetite. Of spiritual men, they took such as had 2, 58/ 19
conscience. Among these had they John Shaa -- cleric 2, 58/ 22
fame than learning. For they were before greatly esteemed 2, 58/ 25
so far forth that they determined that he should 2, 59/ 12
In which, divers things they devised. But the chief 2, 59/ 18
rested in this: that they should allege bastardy, either 2, 59/ 19
concerning the bastardy that they devised to surmise in 2, 59/ 32
in such manner as they might easily perceive it 2, 61/ 33
truth, she confessed that they were never ensured. Howbeit 2, 65/ 2
somewhat to say, while they were sure to be 2, 66/ 14
crying "King Richard!" that they stood as they had 2, 68/ 25
that they stood as they had been turned into 2, 68/ 25
well showed him that they talked no good, yet 2, 68/ 31
knew the message that they brought. And there -- 2, 69/ 4
in surety, and yet they brought your bodies in 2, 71/ 7
to lose all that they have besides than to 2, 72/ 15
quoth the Mayor, "percase they perceive you not well 2, 75/ 7
him, and thought that they never had in their 2, 75/ 13
among them, by which they might seem to common 2, 75/ 17
and haply to him they will answer." With that 2, 75/ 21
after one, stood as they had been men amazed 2, 75/ 32
token of joy. And they that stood before cast 2, 76/ 21
marveling thereof; but nothing they said. And when the 2, 76/ 22
Mayor saw this manner, they wisely turned it to 2, 76/ 26
warning or knowledge whether they came for good or 2, 77/ 19
Mayor and others, that they might thereby see how 2, 77/ 21
looked for this matter, they sent unto him by 2, 77/ 22
him to vouchsafe that they might resort to his 2, 77/ 24
their intent, of which they would unto none other 2, 77/ 25
gallery over them where they might see him and 2, 77/ 27
till he wist what they meant. And thereupon the 2, 77/ 29
without which pardon obtained they durst not be bold 2, 78/ 1
matter. In which albeit they meant as much honor 2, 78/ 2
realm besides, yet were they not sure how His 2, 78/ 3
take it -- whom they would in no wise 2, 78/ 4
sore to wit what they meant, gave him leave 2, 78/ 6
them the motion that they made him, but also 2, 79/ 3
love and hearty favor they bore him, praying them 2, 79/ 4
-- both for that they had so far gone 2, 79/ 18
retreat, as for that they thought it for the 2, 79/ 19
take that way although they had not yet begun 2, 79/ 20
the crown upon him, they would humbly beseech him 2, 79/ 21
to the contrary, which they would be loath to 2, 79/ 23
to hear, then must they needs seek and should 2, 79/ 23
be very sorry) that they will not suffer, in 2, 79/ 30
gave him. But much they talked and marveled of 2, 80/ 20
not be acknown what they know. For at the 2, 80/ 27
the play." And so they said that these matters 2, 81/ 6
but the lookers-on. And they that wise be, will 2, 81/ 8
meddle no farther. For they that sometimes step up 2, 81/ 9
play with them, when they cannot play their parts 2, 81/ 9
cannot play their parts, they disorder the play and 2, 81/ 10
yet in doubt whether they were in his days 2, 82/ 20
for him, whose pride, they wist, would bear no 2, 84/ 8
James Tyrell devised that they should be murdered in 2, 85/ 10
stifled, their breath failing, they gave up to God 2, 85/ 21
to be thoroughly dead, they laid their bodies naked 2, 85/ 26
a better place because they were a king's sons 2, 86/ 5
of a king!) Whereupon they say that a priest 2, 86/ 6
the bodies were removed, they could nothing tell. And 2, 86/ 13
that after his coronation they departed, as it seemed 2, 89/ 3
despite of him. And they say that ever after 2, 89/ 22
of some that said they saw it, that the 2, 90/ 11