UNCOMELY...............1
burly, and nevertheless not uncomely; he was of youth 2, 4/ 19
 
 UNCONTROLLED...........1
spoil whom they list, uncontrolled. And much matter was 2, 53/ 19
 
 UNCORRECTED............1
reavers walking at liberty, uncorrected. And for this encheason 2, 14/ 6
 
 UNCOURTEOUSLY..........1
demand of the Duke's uncourteously rejected, but he, both 2, 90/ 15
 
 UNCUT..................1
be delivered of him uncut, and that he came 2, 7/ 25
 
 UNDER..................17
to tarry, but intending, under pretext of dissension and 2, 6/ 22
body and prowess far under them both: little of 2, 7/ 19
if he might first, under the pretext of revenging 2, 10/ 3
prosper in wealthful peace under your cousins my children 2, 13/ 11
all his mother's friends, under the name of their 2, 16/ 3
Gloucester and Buckingham, put under arrest for their surety 2, 23/ 10
that be neither far under nor far above his 2, 26/ 10
brother be cast away under our noses! And therefore 2, 29/ 32
which as yet remained under arrest should, upon the 2, 36/ 35
the stroke and fell under the table, or else 2, 49/ 3
she disdained it that, under pretext of her duty 2, 64/ 22
known taxes -- but under an easy name of 2, 69/ 31
so glad to live under his obeisance as the 2, 78/ 23
people of this realm under his. When the Protector 2, 78/ 24
same to the Prince, under whom he was and 2, 79/ 5
being hindered and kept under by the means of 2, 84/ 5
deep in the ground, under a great heap of 2, 85/ 29
 
 UNDERPROPPED...........1
authority, and slippery youth underpropped with elder counsel, which 2, 11/ 22
 
 UNDERSET...............1
lifting up himself and underset with pillows, as it 2, 11/ 9
 
 UNDERSTAND.............1
take Orders. For I understand it is forbidden a 2, 64/ 18
 
 UNDERSTANDING..........1
the Duke of Gloucester, understanding that the lords which 2, 16/ 4
 
 UNDERSTOOD.............2
when the Lord Rivers understood the gates closed and 2, 18/ 8
the Earl of Warwick understood of this marriage, he 2, 65/ 13
 
 UNDESERVED.............1
his utter spoil, and undeserved destruction -- only for 2, 70/ 26
 
 UNDEVOUT...............1
was there never so undevout a king that durst 2, 28/ 7
 
 UNDOING................1
to any of our undoing; which thing God and 2, 15/ 17
 
 UNDOUBTED..............2
his visage, the sure, undoubted image, the plain, express 2, 67/ 32
his visage, the sure, undoubted image, the plain, express 2, 68/ 19
 
 UNDOUBTEDLY............3
the King, which would undoubtedly, if he had intended 2, 8/ 20
of the best-learned men, undoubtedly, that England had in 2, 25/ 7
much in company. And undoubtedly the Protector loved him 2, 46/ 10
 
 UNFRIENDED.............1
the more beggarly condition, unfriended and worn out of 2, 56/ 31
 
 UNGRACIOUS.............3
were the patrons of ungracious living! Now unthrifts riot 2, 31/ 5
company, sinister procuring, and ungracious example, as well in 2, 53/ 24
the less marvel if ungracious living brought him to 2, 53/ 28
 
 UNHAPPY................3
foundation of all his unhappy building. For whomsoever he 2, 14/ 19
brought him to an unhappy ending -- which he 2, 53/ 29
for the more part unhappy, which were begotten in 2, 66/ 32
 
 UNITY..................1
commodities of concord and unity, he made an open 2, 81/ 29
 
 UNIVERSAL..............2
honor and to the universal hurt of his realm 2, 53/ 23
it for the weal universal to take that way 2, 79/ 19
 
 UNLAWFUL...............1
lawful hurt. For against unlawful harms, never pope nor 2, 31/ 30
 
 UNLAWFULLY.............2
wrong? That no man unlawfully take hurt, that liberty 2, 32/ 4
of York, but begotten unlawfully by other persons by 2, 66/ 20
 
 UNLEARNED..............1
as he was neither unlearned and of nature marvelously 2, 69/ 9
 
 UNLIKELY...............2
to wise men more unlikely (well perceiving that the 2, 24/ 11
wise men think it unlikely (the deep dissimulating nature 2, 90/ 3
 
 UNMEET.................2
King's pleasure, was full unmeet to be matched with 2, 14/ 28
his honor, was full unmeet to be matched with 2, 73/ 19
 
 UNNATURAL..............1
cruel ambition of their unnatural uncle and his dispiteous 2, 86/ 20
 
 UNNATURALLY............2
God or the world unnaturally contrived to bereave them 2, 6/ 7
his life many things unnaturally committed. None evil captain 2, 7/ 29
 
 UNOCCUPIED.............1
men's backs; no man unoccupied; some lading, some going 2, 21/ 22
 
 UNPROFITABLE...........1
worldly considered was not unprofitable. For he reckoned the 2, 63/ 10
 
 UNREADY................2
Lord Rivers' servants were unready. Now had these dukes 2, 17/ 28
appointed -- all thing unready, this message came on 2, 40/ 30
 
 UNREASONABLE...........2
love, nor is so unreasonable to look that I 2, 63/ 32
grew of riot and unreasonable waste than any necessary 2, 69/ 28
 
 UNSEARCHED.............1
nor none could pass unsearched. Then was there great 2, 22/ 16
 
 UNSITTING..............1
since it is an unsitting thing -- and a 2, 62/ 26
 
 UNSTEADFAST............1
gifts he got him unsteadfast friendship, for which he 2, 8/ 5
 
 UNSURETY...............1
example neither in what unsurety standeth this-worldly weal, or 2, 86/ 22
 
 UNTAKEN................1
not be conveyed out untaken -- and partly, as 2, 41/ 3
 
 UNTHRIFTINESS..........1
of them whom willful unthriftiness hath brought to naught 2, 30/ 27
 
 UNTHRIFTS..............2
of ungracious living! Now unthrifts riot and run in 2, 31/ 7
be lashed out among unthrifts, so far forth that 2, 69/ 30
 
 UNTIL..................2
enterprise to the Duke until he had brought to 2, 43/ 3
he peaceably enjoyed it until his dying day, and 2, 66/ 6
 
 UNTO...................118
to be queen, wife unto King Henry the Seventh 2, 3/ 8
the Seventh and mother unto the Eighth; Cecily, not 2, 3/ 9
was after honorably married unto Thomas, then Lord Howard 2, 3/ 12
authority of Parliament entailed unto the Duke of York 2, 6/ 19
let in, he showed unto Pottier that King Edward 2, 9/ 11
on this wise said unto them: "My lords, my 2, 11/ 10
intended, our misconstruction turneth unto worse; or a small 2, 12/ 6
Lord Rivers and brother unto the Queen) -- a 2, 14/ 11
counsel. Adjoined were there unto him others of the 2, 14/ 14
was nearest of kin unto the Queen, so was 2, 14/ 15
Duke of Gloucester turned unto their destruction, and upon 2, 14/ 18
their favor, he broke unto them, some by mouth 2, 14/ 21
to His Majesty nor unto us, and also to 2, 14/ 31
friends from him, and unto us no little jeopardy 2, 15/ 1
love, as hatred both unto the Queen's party -- 2, 15/ 32
persuaded, such word sent unto her son and unto 2, 17/ 1
unto her son and unto her brother being about 2, 17/ 2
of his band, wrote unto the King so reverently 2, 17/ 4
somewhat they must say. Unto which words the King 2, 19/ 18
King and all back unto Northampton, where they took 2, 19/ 29
from the Lord Chamberlain unto the Archbishop of York 2, 21/ 4
Grace from Stony Stratford unto Northampton. "Notwithstanding, sir," quoth2, 21/ 11
came, yet before day, unto the Queen. About whom 2, 21/ 19
your husband delivered it unto me, so here I 2, 22/ 10
here I deliver it unto you, to the use 2, 22/ 10
irritating and provoking men unto anger and disturbing the 2, 23/ 18
cast away), they showed unto the people all the 2, 24/ 7
and knights were appointed unto divers rooms. The Lord 2, 25/ 8
the Council he proposed unto them that it was 2, 25/ 19
not worst to send unto the Queen, for the 2, 26/ 25
all the Council came unto the Star Chamber at 2, 33/ 26
the Lord Cardinal showed unto her that it was 2, 34/ 7
that it was thought unto the Protector and unto 2, 34/ 8
unto the Protector and unto the whole Council that 2, 34/ 8
therefore had sent him unto her to require her 2, 34/ 16
he might be brought unto the King's presence -- 2, 34/ 17
haply do their best unto him, yet is there 2, 35/ 14
my babe the Prince unto his father, when he 2, 39/ 20
to hear, he said unto her, for a final 2, 40/ 11
the hand, and said unto the lords: "My lord 2, 41/ 13
abroad so deadly enemies unto my blood that if 2, 41/ 22
And therewith she said unto the child, "Farewell, my 2, 42/ 8
the King his brother, unto the bishop's palace at 2, 42/ 20
sending a privy messenger unto him straight after King 2, 43/ 1
The matter was broken unto the Duke by subtle 2, 43/ 9
wicked devices, who declared unto him that the young 2, 43/ 11
whose imprisonment was grievous unto him. And that with 2, 43/ 16
mistrusted it, and said unto the Lord Hastings that 2, 45/ 11
made very good semblance unto the Lord Hastings, and 2, 46/ 9
essayed him not, reported unto them that he found 2, 46/ 15
of very trust showed unto Catesby the mistrust that 2, 46/ 17
with them, he said unto the Bishop of Ely 2, 47/ 6
so near of blood unto the King, and Protector 2, 47/ 23
a trusty secret messenger unto him at midnight in 2, 49/ 31
up, came a knight unto him, as it were 2, 51/ 1
Chamberlain had been accused unto King Edward by the 2, 51/ 19
he was now put unto by the most dread 2, 53/ 30
could scant have sufficed unto the bare writing alone 2, 54/ 8
of the matter, said unto them that stood about 2, 54/ 11
had a while laid unto her, for the manner 2, 54/ 18
easily made her incline unto the King's appetite when 2, 55/ 13
delighted to be sued unto and to show what 2, 56/ 23
noblemen in his company, unto Spain, to entreat and 2, 60/ 7
with Queen Margaret, wife unto King Henry VI, was 2, 60/ 18
Henry VI, was married unto one John Grey, a 2, 60/ 18
lady made humble suit unto the King that she 2, 60/ 28
she might be restored unto such small lands as 2, 60/ 30
that she was ensured unto the King, yet when 2, 65/ 1
spoke so loving words unto her that she verily 2, 65/ 4
title of his heirs unto the crown, to whom 2, 67/ 10
was never lawfully married unto the Queen, but was 2, 67/ 14
was before God husband unto Dame Elizabeth Lucy, and 2, 67/ 14
this sermon, there came unto the Guildhall in London 2, 69/ 2
marvelously well-spoken) he said unto the people, with a 2, 69/ 10
be come to break unto you of a matter 2, 69/ 13
less weighty than pleasing unto God and profitable to 2, 69/ 14
was in his days unto Shore's wife, a vile 2, 71/ 32
in England -- except unto those that made her 2, 71/ 33
well remember, substantially declared unto you, at Paul's Cross 2, 73/ 9
of this realm, hath unto the crown and kingdom 2, 73/ 11
man groundly made open unto you, the children of 2, 73/ 15
was never lawfully married unto the Queen, their mother 2, 73/ 17
land, devolved and come unto the most excellent prince 2, 74/ 1
to make humble petition unto the most puissant prince 2, 74/ 9
good a king, and unto yourselves special commodity, to 2, 74/ 30
to that matter, said unto them softly, "What meaneth 2, 75/ 6
there to be spoken unto "but by the Recorder 2, 75/ 20
Whereupon the Duke rounded unto the Mayor and said 2, 75/ 33
and therewith he turned unto the people again, with 2, 76/ 2
but it shall redound unto your great weal and 2, 76/ 31
and we with you, unto his noble Grace, to 2, 76/ 33
make our humble request unto him in manner fore-remembered 2, 76/ 33
assembling themselves together, resorted unto Baynard's Castle, where the 2, 77/ 10
the Duke sent word unto the Lord Protector of 2, 77/ 14
move a great matter unto His Grace. Whereupon the 2, 77/ 15
difficulty to come out unto them but if he 2, 77/ 16
coming of such number unto him so suddenly, without 2, 77/ 18
he had showed this unto the Mayor and others 2, 77/ 20
this matter, they sent unto him by the messenger 2, 77/ 22
of which they would unto none other person any 2, 77/ 25
and yet not down unto them, but stood above 2, 77/ 27
first made humble petition unto him, on the behalf 2, 77/ 30
license them to purpose unto His Grace the intent 2, 77/ 32
them anything would intend unto himward wherewith he ought 2, 78/ 8
accustomed goodness and zeal unto the realm, now with 2, 78/ 13
and title lawfully descended unto him, and to the 2, 78/ 20
of the land, and unto His Grace so much 2, 78/ 21
entire love he bore unto King Edward and his 2, 78/ 27
obtained, he showed aloud unto the Protector that for 2, 79/ 15
from it, he said unto the lords and commons 2, 79/ 28
forever in due obedience unto this realm of England 2, 80/ 12
went about to win unto him the nobles, the 2, 81/ 23
whom he specially trusted, unto Sir Robert Brackenbury, Constable 2, 83/ 16
Green did his errand unto Brackenbury (kneeling before our 2, 83/ 19
same night he said unto a secret page of 2, 83/ 24
king, had it showed unto him that he should 2, 84/ 28
featherbed and pillows hard unto their mouths, that within 2, 85/ 20
voided, to be brought unto him in his secret 2, 88/ 10