URE....................1
all his days in ure therewith, and therefore could 2, 20/ 9
 
 US.....................26
a small displeasure done us, either our own affection 2, 12/ 6
bear that weight with us that would God they 2, 12/ 16
should no less move us to charity than the 2, 12/ 17
our Lord beareth to us all, from this time 2, 13/ 20
His Majesty nor unto us, and also to His 2, 14/ 31
from him, and unto us no little jeopardy to 2, 15/ 1
to confusion some of us ere this. Why not 2, 15/ 12
good provision none of us hath anything the less 2, 15/ 19
wills. Nor none of us, I believe, is so 2, 15/ 21
Highness and of all us that be about His 2, 26/ 17
King as any of us be. For if she 2, 28/ 32
not broken it, let us take a pain therewith 2, 31/ 22
may serve to let us of the fetching forth 2, 31/ 25
I require you, let us have a mess of 2, 47/ 7
cause likely to raze us with his tusks, as 2, 50/ 17
marble; and whoso doth us a good turn, we 2, 57/ 6
And so each of us hath a proof that 2, 64/ 11
proof that neither of us is likely to be 2, 64/ 12
when it happeneth among us, and among us never 2, 71/ 13
among us, and among us never so long-continued dissension 2, 71/ 13
this realm, join with us, the nobles, in our 2, 74/ 25
you plainly to show us." When the Duke had 2, 74/ 34
we require you give us answer one or other 2, 76/ 9
ye tomorrow go with us, and we with you 2, 76/ 32
here we take upon us the royal estate, preeminence 2, 80/ 8
this day forward by us and our heirs to 2, 80/ 10
 
 USE....................5
unto you, to the use and behoof of your 2, 22/ 11
so evil. For men use, if they have an 2, 57/ 5
that so would so use it as he that 2, 79/ 1
like the King to use him, he would do 2, 79/ 7
that himself intended to use his faithful, secret advice 2, 92/ 22
 
 USED...................4
whom he very familiarly used, and in his most 2, 45/ 21
service the Protector especially used in the counsel and 2, 57/ 22
before in the same used any longer to continue 2, 74/ 7
told him the tale used him with good words 2, 85/ 3
 
 USUAL..................1
not -- nor any usual names of known taxes 2, 69/ 31
 
 USURPATION.............1
their destruction, with the usurpation of the regal dignity 2, 9/ 26
 
 UTTER..................1
we of loss? his utter spoil, and undeserved destruction 2, 70/ 26
 
 UTTERLY................5
had a goodly prince) utterly rejected, the crown was 2, 6/ 18
Gloucester: that they would utterly remove from the King's 2, 16/ 2
for he was disposed utterly no longer to bide 2, 49/ 32
occasion of mistrust. And utterly men think that if 2, 90/ 7
lost and that party utterly subdued, the other, for 2, 91/ 1
 
 UTTERMOST..............3
therein to do his uttermost devoir. Howbeit, if she 2, 27/ 25
and enforced to the uttermost. The color and pretext 2, 59/ 34
he would do his uttermost devoir to set the 2, 79/ 7
 
 VAE....................1
perceived when he said, "Vae regno cuius rex puer 2, 74/ 17
 
 VAIN...................2
pass me than the vain surety of man's mind 2, 51/ 13
that it is in vain to keep in counsel 2, 72/ 4
 
 VAINGLORY..............1
ambition and desire of vainglory and sovereignty, which among 2, 12/ 22
 
 VALIANT................1
right honorable man, as valiant of hand as politic 2, 14/ 13
 
 VALUE..................1
had -- above the value of two or three 2, 54/ 17
 
 VANITY.................1
took it for a vanity. In his return homeward 2, 82/ 2
 
 VANQUISHED.............1
his manhood where he vanquished. He was of visage 2, 4/ 16
 
 VARIANCE...............9
whom he knew at variance, himself in his deathbed 2, 4/ 31
him that were at variance, and in especial the 2, 10/ 26
forbid) find you at variance, might hap to fall 2, 11/ 17
plain ways prosper. Great variance hath there long been 2, 12/ 4
till with division and variance he turneth all to 2, 12/ 25
he perceived either at variance with them or bearing 2, 14/ 20
regard to their old variance than their new atonement 2, 16/ 21
realm, and to set variance among the states, and 2, 19/ 11
the occasion of their variance is of diverse men 2, 89/ 7
 
 VAUGHAN................2
Richard and Sir Thomas Vaughan, knight, in the King's 2, 19/ 24
Richard, with Sir Thomas Vaughan, into the north country 2, 20/ 11
 
 VENISON................1
familiar cheer, and sent venison from thence so freely 2, 5/ 17
 
 VERILY.................14
love other. Which I verily trust you will if 2, 13/ 21
greater cannot stand. And verily, it redoundeth greatly to 2, 26/ 16
she nothing doubteth, but verily believeth and knoweth that 2, 29/ 3
out of the realm? Verily, I look for none 2, 29/ 27
no sanctuary therefor. For verily, since the privileges of 2, 30/ 2
labor of his hands. "Verily," quoth the Duke, "I 2, 32/ 32
none at all. And verily I have often heard 2, 33/ 8
be in jeopardy?" "Nay, verily, sir," quoth she. "Nor 2, 36/ 27
to deliver him, I verily think they will, so 2, 37/ 18
hand, so that she verily thought she could not 2, 40/ 27
unto her that she verily hoped he would have 2, 65/ 4
Dame Elizabeth Lucy was verily the wife of King 2, 66/ 22
purpose what him liked, verily trusting, for the good 2, 78/ 7
other that the Duke verily looked to have been 2, 89/ 24
 
 VERY...................54
Henry the Eighth in very prosperous estate, and worthy 2, 3/ 17
a goodly personage and very princely to behold, of 2, 4/ 10
to the displeasure of very many, and was without 2, 4/ 24
as he was a very well-spoken man) in goodly 2, 18/ 22
on their knees, in very humble wise, saluted His 2, 19/ 4
which received them in very joyous and amiable manner 2, 19/ 5
common people were therewith very well satisfied, and said 2, 24/ 14
the other in the very bowels. I dare well 2, 30/ 30
king, the law, and very nature forbiddeth in every 2, 32/ 4
I think you say very truth. And what if 2, 32/ 32
but that it were very convenient that this gentleman 2, 34/ 32
content therewith yourself." "Not very well content," quoth the 2, 35/ 32
even with all my very heart." And he said 2, 42/ 17
albeit there were adhibited very few, and they very 2, 44/ 21
very few, and they very secret, yet began there 2, 44/ 22
counsel and whom he very familiarly used, and in 2, 45/ 21
Duke of Buckingham made very good semblance unto the 2, 46/ 8
the Lord Chamberlain of very trust showed unto Catesby 2, 46/ 17
My lord, you have very good strawberries at your 2, 47/ 6
his death. Upon the very Tower wharf, so near 2, 51/ 14
man, and passing well-beloved; very faithful, and trusty enough 2, 52/ 22
honestly brought up, and very well married, saving somewhat 2, 55/ 8
well ripe, she not very fervently loved for whom 2, 55/ 11
either for none or very small rewards, and those 2, 56/ 21
after his life, for very shame of the world 2, 59/ 5
brought the matter to very good conclusion. Now happed 2, 60/ 11
stature, well made, and very wise -- he not 2, 61/ 7
thing -- and a very blemish, and high disparagement 2, 62/ 26
was deluded that for very anger and disdain he 2, 65/ 14
the discord of his very friends, or falsehood of 2, 66/ 7
nor were not the very children of the Duke 2, 66/ 20
showed he that his very right heir, of his 2, 67/ 12
the household were reckoned very surely for the children 2, 67/ 24
Protector, he said, "that very noble prince, that special 2, 67/ 27
his visage" represented "the very face of the noble 2, 67/ 30
his own countenance, the very print of his visage 2, 67/ 31
again: "This is the very noble prince, the special 2, 68/ 15
his visage representeth the very face of the noble 2, 68/ 17
his own countenance, the very print of his visage 2, 68/ 19
the King (living his very wife, Dame Elizabeth Lucy 2, 73/ 16
Protector, as to the very lawfully begotten son of 2, 74/ 2
same, according to his very right and just title 2, 74/ 12
semblance that were not very merry; and some of 2, 77/ 3
Protector, as he was very gentle of himself and 2, 78/ 5
the proposition, he looked very strangely thereat, and answered 2, 78/ 25
set (whereof we be very sorry) that they will 2, 79/ 30
as to ourself, as very right heir, lawfully begotten 2, 80/ 1
this occasion offered, of very special friendship he took 2, 84/ 11
since come to light. Very truth is it, and 2, 86/ 9
departed, as it seemed, very great friends, at Gloucester 2, 89/ 3
to escape his hands. Very truth it is, the 2, 90/ 9
of great natural wit, very well-learned, and honorable in 2, 90/ 22
in secret trust and very special favor. Which he 2, 91/ 4
by great experience (the very mother and mistress of 2, 91/ 20