UNTOOTHED..............1
fame runneth, also not untoothed -- whether men of 2, 7/ 27
 
 UNTRULY................1
they had unwisely, and untruly also, broken the amity 2, 16/ 27
 
 UNWISE.................2
I believe, is so unwise oversoon to trust a 2, 15/ 21
I neither am so unwise to mistrust your wits 2, 41/ 14
 
 UNWISELY...............2
by the Queen not unwisely devised, whereby her blood 2, 14/ 16
say that they had unwisely, and untruly also, broken 2, 16/ 27
 
 UP.....................34
presence, the King, lifting up himself and underset with 2, 11/ 9
ensue the evil bringing up of the Prince, whose 2, 11/ 30
longer enduring to sit up, laid him down on 2, 13/ 24
intended to bring him up to his coronation accompanied 2, 16/ 5
the King to come up strong. For whereas now 2, 16/ 13
mistrusting, brought the King up in great haste, not 2, 17/ 6
servants to be called up, and so, with his 2, 21/ 17
so suddenly had yielded up the Great Seal to 2, 22/ 30
the dukes were coming up -- that they might 2, 23/ 20
which at the breaking up of that household must 2, 24/ 6
to have bound them up in barrels), yet much 2, 24/ 13
England, which had delivered up the Great Seal to 2, 25/ 2
kept all that mischief up in whom if the 2, 45/ 30
And therewith he plucked up his doublet sleeve to 2, 48/ 9
morning, ere he were up, came a knight unto 2, 51/ 1
worshipfully friended, honestly brought up, and very well married 2, 55/ 8
King's concubine), left her up to him altogether. When 2, 55/ 19
lean, withered, and dried up, nothing left but rivelled 2, 55/ 30
of prison and set up again King Henry VI 2, 65/ 27
the bastard slip pulled up ere it can be 2, 67/ 5
name, the Duke stood up, and (as he was 2, 69/ 8
Richard!" -- and threw up their caps in token 2, 76/ 20
then the lords went up to the King (for 2, 80/ 17
they that sometimes step up and play with them 2, 81/ 9
that I have brought up myself, those that I 2, 83/ 25
so soon?" and calling up Sir James, broke to 2, 84/ 19
his brother both shut up, and all others removed 2, 85/ 5
and suddenly lapped them up among the clothes -- 2, 85/ 18
breath failing, they gave up to God their innocent 2, 85/ 21
Sir Robert Brackenbury took up the bodies again and 2, 86/ 7
most royal blood, brought up in great wealth, likely 2, 86/ 16
their estate, shortly shut up in prison, and privily 2, 86/ 18
dreams, suddenly sometimes start up, leap out of his 2, 87/ 18
nor labor to set up that God pulleth down 2, 92/ 13
 
 UPON...................61
time and to take upon him the rule in 2, 6/ 23
certainty, and whoso divineth upon conjectures may as well 2, 9/ 6
of the regal dignity upon himself. And forasmuch as 2, 9/ 26
unto their destruction, and upon that ground set the 2, 14/ 18
name of their enemies. Upon this concluded, the Duke 2, 16/ 3
none other thing studied upon but about the coronation 2, 16/ 15
lords were to horseback-ward. Upon which messages, many of 2, 17/ 26
should that day attend upon the King's Highness out 2, 18/ 7
himself -- he determined, upon the surety of his 2, 18/ 17
Duke of Gloucester took upon himself the order and 2, 20/ 15
the people diversely divining upon this dealing. And some 2, 22/ 18
and so precisely set upon her own will, that 2, 27/ 7
ready to change it upon your better advices." When 2, 27/ 18
thereto most convenient, took upon him to move her 2, 27/ 24
I dare take it upon my soul, she well 2, 28/ 21
set (which God forbid) upon so great a mischief 2, 29/ 21
and run in debt, upon the boldness of these 2, 31/ 8
should harp no more upon that string. And then 2, 36/ 33
remained under arrest should, upon the matter examined, do 2, 36/ 35
so high a matter upon such a trifling pretext 2, 38/ 14
sleeve to his elbow upon his left arm, where 2, 48/ 10
he clapped his fist upon the board, a great 2, 48/ 27
his head laid down upon a long log of 2, 49/ 22
and therewith he laughed upon him, as though he 2, 51/ 9
so near his death. Upon the very Tower wharf 2, 51/ 14
to set some color upon the matter, sent in 2, 52/ 26
vouchsafe to have put upon their backs except that 2, 52/ 29
that the mischief turned upon them that would have 2, 53/ 6
after to have taken upon them to rule the 2, 53/ 18
at adventure. So that upon the proclaiming thereof, one 2, 54/ 9
no color could fasten upon these matters, then he 2, 54/ 21
the cross in procession upon a Sunday, with a 2, 54/ 28
he was sore enamored upon her, yet he forbore 2, 55/ 22
Mayor of London, which upon trust of his own 2, 58/ 17
sermon was not incontinent upon it, but at St 2, 59/ 10
King Henry made knight upon the field that he 2, 60/ 21
a little wanton dotage upon her person. In which 2, 62/ 12
and came so fast upon him, ere he could 2, 65/ 16
thereby the better appear upon how slippery a ground 2, 66/ 10
bastards that were begotten upon the Queen. According to 2, 66/ 23
-- after silence commanded (upon great pain) in the 2, 69/ 7
he set his eye upon, in whom he anything 2, 72/ 8
humble request, to take upon him the guiding and 2, 74/ 10
be loath to take upon him, as he whose 2, 74/ 13
said, to take it upon him, yet shall he 2, 74/ 22
amendment thereof, by taking upon him the crown and 2, 78/ 17
that never prince reigned upon any people that were 2, 78/ 22
than man's provision, repressed. Upon this answer given, the 2, 79/ 12
London. And after that, upon like pardon desired and 2, 79/ 15
not any longer reign upon them -- both for 2, 79/ 17
to take the crown upon him, they would humbly 2, 79/ 21
same, here we take upon us the royal estate 2, 80/ 8
the more part played upon scaffolds. In which poor 2, 81/ 7
that he would take upon him the crown in 2, 81/ 19
so much hurt. For upon this page's words, King 2, 84/ 13
their bodies naked out upon the bed, and fetched 2, 85/ 26
to see them. Which, upon the sight of them 2, 85/ 27
the Duke of Gloucester, upon the death of King 2, 88/ 2
he would, and wait upon him with a thousand 2, 88/ 13
crown was first set upon the Protector's head, his 2, 90/ 12
He had been fast upon the part of King 2, 90/ 24
 
 UPPER..................1
commonly stand, in the upper story, where he stood 2, 68/ 23
 
 UPWARD.................2
humble reverence he conveyed upward toward the city. But 2, 20/ 17
heart and sore longed upward, not rising yet so 2, 84/ 4