BEFORETIME.............1
fellow fleshed in murder beforetime. To him he joined 2, 85/ 13
 
 BEGAN..................17
man and a mighty, began not by war, but 2, 6/ 14
as they saw, they began to quarrel with him 2, 18/ 19
power. And when he began (as he was a 2, 18/ 22
and also that she began to kindle and chafe 2, 40/ 9
they very secret, yet began there, here and there 2, 44/ 22
the mistrust that others began to have in the 2, 46/ 18
a while, thus he began: "What were they worthy 2, 47/ 21
her afterward secretly aside, began to enter in talking 2, 61/ 8
Now then, as I began to show you, it 2, 66/ 15
other ancient histories, then began he to descend into 2, 67/ 7
out of all frame, began to repeat those words 2, 68/ 14
these words the people began to whisper among themselves 2, 76/ 13
hall among the press, began suddenly at men's backs 2, 76/ 18
wit, his own), so began he with the most 2, 82/ 17
the Prince, sore abashed, began to sigh and said 2, 85/ 1
For hereupon soon after began the conspiracy -- or 2, 87/ 22
when the Duke first began to praise and boast 2, 92/ 2
 
 BEGGARLY...............1
now in the more beggarly condition, unfriended and worn 2, 56/ 31
 
 BEGGED.................1
at this day had begged if she had not 2, 57/ 13
 
 BEGGETH................1
at this day she beggeth of many at this 2, 57/ 12
 
 BEGIN..................3
they were now to begin, I would not be 2, 30/ 5
with that matter to begin -- notwithstanding, thereunto commanded 2, 75/ 27
cruelty. For first to begin with the ministers: Miles 2, 87/ 1
 
 BEGINNING..............5
debonair behavior of their beginning) marvelously in him grew 2, 5/ 12
her course in his beginning which in the course 2, 7/ 29
was indeed) a furtherly beginning to the pursuit of 2, 10/ 2
counsel even from the beginning, and some of the 2, 42/ 30
of counsel in the beginning, so far forth that 2, 59/ 12
 
 BEGOTTEN...............8
of Clarence were lawfully begotten, nor were not the 2, 66/ 19
Duke of York, but begotten unlawfully by other persons 2, 66/ 20
children bastards that were begotten upon the Queen. According 2, 66/ 23
part unhappy, which were begotten in bastardy, and especially 2, 66/ 33
of his body lawfully begotten, was only the Lord 2, 67/ 12
Fourth were never lawfully begotten, forasmuch as the King 2, 73/ 16
to the very lawfully begotten son of the fore-remembered 2, 74/ 2
very right heir, lawfully begotten of the body of 2, 80/ 1
 
 BEGUILE................1
his friend; easy to beguile, as he that of 2, 52/ 20
 
 BEGUN..................7
recourse to justice, was begun to be far out 2, 14/ 4
without his knowledge not begun for naught, comparing this 2, 18/ 11
of that he had begun that thought every day 2, 25/ 12
since he had once begun, he would stoutly go 2, 43/ 31
given to God) well begun, in that the malice 2, 79/ 9
they had not yet begun it. Wherefore if it 2, 79/ 20
flattery. When he had begun his reign the twenty-sixth 2, 82/ 8
 
 BEHALF.................2
our petition in that behalf the more graciously incline 2, 74/ 23
unto him, on the behalf of them all, that 2, 77/ 30
 
 BEHAVIOR...............7
of such governance and behavior in time of peace 2, 3/ 21
proud port from debonair behavior of their beginning) marvelously 2, 5/ 11
as in her pleasant behavior. For a proper wit 2, 56/ 2
rough and boisterous of behavior, bold in mischief, as 2, 57/ 25
well in all princely behavior as in the lineaments 2, 67/ 29
well in all princely behavior as in the lineaments 2, 68/ 16
well-learned, and honorable in behavior, lacking no wise ways 2, 90/ 23
 
 BEHEADED...............12
they were in conclusion beheaded. In this wise the 2, 20/ 14
before devised to be beheaded at Pomfret this selfsame 2, 48/ 4
the same day be beheaded at London. Then said 2, 48/ 6
in which he was beheaded, his horse twice or 2, 50/ 27
should that day be beheaded at Pomfret -- which 2, 52/ 7
after that he was beheaded, and it was so 2, 54/ 4
the Lord Chamberlain was beheaded in the Tower of 2, 57/ 16
not without his assent) beheaded at Pomfret the fore-remembered 2, 57/ 18
of order, to be beheaded, and without other earthly 2, 58/ 1
and knights were thus beheaded and rid out of 2, 58/ 4
spoken in haste cruelly beheaded, by the misconstruing of 2, 70/ 15
died at Tower Hill, beheaded for treason. King Richard 2, 87/ 4
 
 BEHELD.................2
Whom when the King beheld and heard her speak 2, 61/ 5
came. Whom when he beheld coming, he suddenly left 2, 68/ 12
 
 BEHESTS................1
great gifts and high behests, in most loving and 2, 90/ 16
 
 BEHIND.................1
came thither. Where remained behind the Lord Rivers, the 2, 17/ 12
 
 BEHOLD.................2
and very princely to behold, of heart courageous, politic 2, 4/ 10
eye of pity to behold the long-continued distress and 2, 78/ 14
 
 BEHOLDEN...............2
Protector, to their father beholden, to themselves by oath 2, 6/ 4
to him so much beholden as was this Catesby 2, 45/ 23
 
 BEHOOF.................1
to the use and behoof of your son." And 2, 22/ 11
 
 BEING..................28
he saw, His Highness, being at Windsor in hunting 2, 5/ 14
King Henry the Sixth, being prisoner in the Tower 2, 8/ 15
say -- whether he, being toward him, anything knew 2, 9/ 14
in Wales. Which country, being far off from the 2, 14/ 3
in which, the King being on their side, his 2, 16/ 10
faithfully observed. The Queen, being in this wise persuaded 2, 17/ 1
and unto her brother being about the King; and 2, 17/ 2
man of his debts, being able to pay." And 2, 32/ 26
with which disease nature, being forlabored, forwearied, and weaked 2, 35/ 12
kingdom, I fled hither, being great with child, and 2, 39/ 17
the Duke -- who being won to his purpose 2, 43/ 7
These things and suchlike, being beaten into the Duke's 2, 43/ 28
drifts otherwhere, the lords, being sent for from all 2, 44/ 14
destruction of me -- being so near of blood 2, 47/ 22
both for his demerits, being so openly taken in 2, 53/ 31
deliverance; whose hope now being by his well-deserved death 2, 54/ 1
hard bone. And yet, being even such, whoso well 2, 55/ 31
what means this matter, being of itself so heinous 2, 58/ 11
this Dame Elizabeth, herself being in service with Queen 2, 60/ 17
the Earl of Warwick being in his embassage about 2, 60/ 24
said that albeit marriage, being a spiritual thing, ought 2, 63/ 6
and all the aldermen being assembled about him, all 2, 69/ 6
their other friends which, being honest people of themselves 2, 72/ 13
Lord Protector of the being there of a great 2, 77/ 14
then before him. Who being brought out of the 2, 81/ 33
as he had hoped, being hindered and kept under 2, 84/ 4
Then, all the others being removed from them, this 2, 85/ 16
deceived. For he -- being, as ye have heard 2, 91/ 5
 
 BELIE..................1
sin it were to belie the devil), she never 2, 56/ 14