TOWARDNESS.............1
virtues, as much goodly towardness, as their age could 2, 5/ 26
 
 TOWER..................17
being prisoner in the Tower, as men constantly say 2, 8/ 15
had entered into the Tower of London and thence 2, 19/ 14
city honorably into the Tower, out of which after 2, 42/ 22
folk withdrew from the Tower and drew to Crosby's 2, 44/ 31
lords assembled in the Tower and there sat in 2, 46/ 29
the chapel within the Tower, and his head laid 2, 49/ 21
the riding toward the Tower, the same morning in 2, 50/ 27
he met in the Tower street, broke his tale 2, 51/ 7
death. Upon the very Tower wharf, so near the 2, 51/ 14
the city into the Tower; and at their coming 2, 52/ 27
was beheaded in the Tower of London, and about 2, 57/ 17
Brackenbury, Constable of the Tower, with a letter (and 2, 83/ 17
our Lady in the Tower!), who plainly answered that 2, 83/ 20
the keys of the Tower for one night, to 2, 84/ 23
Tyrell was in the Tower for treason committed against 2, 86/ 10
James Tyrell died at Tower Hill, beheaded for treason 2, 87/ 3
the council at the Tower), waxed with him familiar 2, 90/ 20
 
 TOWN...................3
Highness out of that town: thus bore they folk 2, 18/ 7
besides many a good town ransacked and spoiled by 2, 71/ 22
his new honor the town of which he bore 2, 83/ 8
 
 TRAIN..................1
Protector, with a great train, went to Westminster Hall 2, 81/ 12
 
 TRAINS.................1
for the Duke, and trains to catch him if 2, 43/ 24
 
 TRAITOR................3
good on thy body, traitor!" And therewith, as in 2, 48/ 26
Hastings, "I arrest thee, traitor!" "What? Me, my lord 2, 48/ 31
quoth he. "Yea, thee, traitor!" quoth the Protector. And 2, 49/ 1
 
 TRAITOROUS.............3
divers others of his traitorous purpose had before conspired 2, 53/ 15
and heaviness till this traitorous death delivered them of 2, 85/ 9
the realm -- by traitorous tyranny taken, deprived of 2, 86/ 17
 
 TRAITORS...............5
of harnesses that these traitors had privily conveyed in 2, 24/ 9
party taketh other as traitors, I will well there 2, 30/ 12
murderers, and malicious heinous traitors! And that in two 2, 30/ 29
be punished as heinous traitors, whatsoever they were. And 2, 47/ 28
about that they were traitors (not suffering them to 2, 57/ 28
 
 TRAPS..................1
so many grins and traps as was set therefor 2, 69/ 25
 
 TRAVAIL................1
much ado in her travail that she could not 2, 7/ 24
 
 TREASON................10
at the leastwise, heinous treason was there laid to 2, 7/ 9
of all this horrible treason. Whereupon, soon after -- 2, 46/ 26
token given, one cried "Treason!" without the chamber. Therewith 2, 48/ 28
well-known. Of which their treason he never had knowledge 2, 53/ 3
counsel of this heinous treason, with whom he lay 2, 53/ 27
in his falsely conceived treason, and also lest the 2, 53/ 32
to misprision, misprision into treason. Whereof, I think, no 2, 70/ 6
for a pretext of treason to have been of 2, 71/ 4
in the Tower for treason committed against the most 2, 86/ 10
Tower Hill, beheaded for treason. King Richard himself, as 2, 87/ 4
 
 TREASURE...............2
taken out the King's treasure, and sent men to 2, 19/ 15
quantity of the King's treasure and of his household 2, 44/ 7
 
 TREAT..................4
whereof this book shall treat, it is therefore convenient 2, 6/ 10
of whom we now treat, was in wit and 2, 7/ 17
well and kindly to treat as any part of 2, 72/ 22
more at large to treat if we hereafter happen 2, 82/ 32
 
 TREATED................1
cherished and so honorably treated that all the world 2, 27/ 12
 
 TRESPASS...............1
fines into ransoms, small trespass to misprision, misprision into 2, 70/ 6
 
 TRIBUTE................1
thereto -- for his tribute out of France he 2, 5/ 4
 
 TRIFLES................1
so much to such trifles, and hath such faith 2, 50/ 11
 
 TRIFLING...............1
matter upon such a trifling pretext; as though there 2, 38/ 15
 
 TROTH..................8
was departed. "By my troth, man," quoth Pottier, "then 2, 9/ 12
the Lord Hastings, whose troth toward the King no 2, 23/ 3
wisdom she knoweth, whose troth she well trusteth -- 2, 29/ 10
lacked either wit or troth. Wit, if they were 2, 40/ 20
what the Protector intended; troth, if they should procure 2, 40/ 21
not had either more troth or less wit. For 2, 45/ 29
grace obtained as much troth and good will as 2, 84/ 2
the tyrant for his troth to the King -- 2, 91/ 6
 
 TROTHS.................1
suspicious to mistrust your troths. Of which thing I 2, 41/ 15
 
 TROUBLE................4
the cruelty, mischief, and trouble of the tempestuous world 2, 4/ 1
loss, what sorrow, what trouble hath within these few 2, 13/ 1
the occasion of more trouble than profit. And we 2, 64/ 4
in much pain and trouble outward, much fear, anguish 2, 87/ 9
 
 TROUBLED...............1
rather slumbered than slept, troubled with fearful dreams, suddenly 2, 87/ 17
 
 TROW...................2
persuaded. Ye remember, I trow, King Edward himself, albeit 2, 15/ 4
But it is, I trow, no great marvel though 2, 36/ 28
 
 TROWETH................2
God he had not! Troweth the Protector (I pray 2, 38/ 8
prove a protector!) -- troweth he that I perceive 2, 38/ 9
 
 TRUE...................7
Clarence had kept him true to his nephew the 2, 9/ 4
likely to make them true by our going, if 2, 50/ 15
the world wist was true, and that nevertheless every 2, 54/ 22
were good men, too true to the King and 2, 58/ 2
them alleged to be true, yet such entire love 2, 78/ 26
well-counterfeited jewels make the true mistrusted. Howbeit, concerning that2, 82/ 30
but it should be true. King Richard, after his 2, 83/ 7
 
 TRULY..................1
farther to deliver him." "Truly, madam," quoth he, "and 2, 37/ 12
 
 TRUSSES................1
chests, coffers, packs, fardels, trusses, all on men's backs 2, 21/ 21
 
 TRUST..................23
other. Which I verily trust you will if ye 2, 13/ 21
so unwise oversoon to trust a new friend made 2, 15/ 21
fallen in so great trust that at the Council 2, 24/ 26
man's life. And I trust," quoth he, "with God's 2, 28/ 12
should do it. I trust that she shall be 2, 28/ 14
in this matter to trust any one man alone 2, 33/ 32
no person earthly in trust with his keeping but 2, 35/ 8
jeopardy. "Whereby should I trust that?" quoth the Queen 2, 37/ 3
to break? And I trust God as strong now 2, 38/ 1
him to them of trust. And at the last 2, 41/ 12
beseech you, for the trust that his father put 2, 42/ 5
ever, and for the trust that I put in 2, 42/ 6
tell whom he might trust or whom he might 2, 43/ 27
man in so special trust, reckoning himself to no 2, 45/ 22
not put so special trust, the Lord Stanley and 2, 45/ 31
Lord Chamberlain of very trust showed unto Catesby the 2, 46/ 17
think nor whom to trust, ere ever they should 2, 58/ 7
of London, which upon trust of his own advancement 2, 58/ 17
you be content; I trust in God she shall 2, 64/ 16
whom shall a man trust? Those that I have 2, 83/ 25
out of all secret trust. Which thing this page 2, 84/ 9
chamberer of like secret trust with the Duke of 2, 88/ 6
thenceforth both in secret trust and very special favor 2, 91/ 4