WELL-BELOVED...........1
loving man, and passing well-beloved; very faithful, and trusty 2, 52/ 22
 
 WELL-COUNTERFEITED.....1
inwardly suspect, as many well-counterfeited jewels make the true 2, 82/ 30
 
 WELL-DESERVED..........1
now being by his well-deserved death politicly repressed, all 2, 54/ 2
 
 WELL-HANDLED...........1
if the matter were well-handled, he craftily sought the 2, 91/ 25
 
 WELL-KNOWN.............3
was as yet not well-known. Of which their treason 2, 53/ 3
the truth were not well-known, it should peradventure be 2, 78/ 31
truth is it, and well-known, that at such time 2, 86/ 9
 
 WELL-LEARNED...........2
which was a man well-learned in the laws of 2, 45/ 25
great natural wit, very well-learned, and honorable in behavior 2, 90/ 22
 
 WELL-NAMED.............1
which simple woman was well-named and honest till the 2, 72/ 1
 
 WELL-PROVED............1
jeopardy to suffer our well-proved evil-willers to grow in 2, 15/ 1
 
 WELL-RENOWNED..........1
chamber and the specially well-renowned city of his realm 2, 72/ 25
 
 WELL-SPOKEN............2
he was a very well-spoken man) in goodly wise 2, 18/ 22
and of nature marvelously well-spoken) he said unto the 2, 69/ 9
 
 WELL-TOLD..............1
evil a tale so well-told. But, were it for 2, 75/ 14
 
 WELL-VISAGED...........1
never to have been well-visaged. Whose judgment seemeth me 2, 55/ 27
 
 WENT...................17
and, that done, forthwith went to horseback and took 2, 18/ 26
in sundry companies and went, flockmeal, in harness; and 2, 22/ 20
the way as they went: "Lo, here be the 2, 24/ 8
had the victory, then went I hence to welcome 2, 39/ 19
back and wept, and went her way, leaving the 2, 42/ 12
he bent himself, and went through, and determined that 2, 43/ 33
point between themselves, they went about to prepare for 2, 44/ 9
quoth the messenger, and went his way. Certain is 2, 50/ 25
manner sake, that she went about to bewitch him 2, 54/ 19
hand. In which she went in countenance and pace 2, 54/ 29
her kirtle only, yet went she so fair and 2, 54/ 31
the Duke of Buckingham, went through the people into 2, 68/ 22
And then the lords went up to the King 2, 80/ 17
with a great train, went to Westminster Hall, and 2, 81/ 12
as he could, he went about to win unto 2, 81/ 23
himself sure. Where he went abroad, his eyes whirled 2, 87/ 13
he fled the realm, went to Rome, never minding 2, 91/ 12
 
 WEPT...................2
At which dealing he wept and was nothing content 2, 20/ 2
turned her back and wept, and went her way 2, 42/ 11
 
 WERE...................195
that many of them were dead in more than 2, 4/ 6
All three as they were great states of birth 2, 6/ 26
states of birth, so were they great and stately 2, 6/ 26
against him. For -- were it by the Queen 2, 7/ 5
their husbands love), or were it a proud appetite 2, 7/ 8
his charge, and finally, were he faulty, were he 2, 7/ 10
finally, were he faulty, were he faultless, attainted was 2, 7/ 10
faintly than he that were heartily minded to his 2, 8/ 25
did) while his children were young. And they deem 2, 8/ 29
course of this history. Were it that the Duke 2, 9/ 20
that if his intent were perceived, he should soon 2, 10/ 8
them before him that were at variance, and in 2, 10/ 26
of both the parties, were come in presence, the 2, 11/ 8
hate other. If they were men, your faithfulness haply 2, 11/ 20
things, the less loss were they, by whom though 2, 13/ 12
their deeds) their hearts were far asunder. As soon 2, 13/ 31
politic in counsel. Adjoined were there unto him others 2, 14/ 13
or our woe, it were hard, I ween, to 2, 15/ 9
set afire them that were of themselves easy to 2, 15/ 27
which at that time were about the King intended 2, 16/ 5
mind that it neither were need and also should 2, 16/ 12
incontinent after that they were openly with great courtesy 2, 17/ 17
ready, for their lords were to horseback-ward. Upon which 2, 17/ 26
many of their folk were attendant, when many of 2, 17/ 27
the Lord Rivers' servants were unready. Now had these 2, 17/ 28
return any man that were gotten out of Northampton 2, 18/ 3
these dukes wist well were done for good purposes 2, 19/ 16
to Pomfret, where they were in conclusion beheaded. In 2, 20/ 14
heard that these dukes were gone back with the 2, 21/ 10
with the other knights, were, for matters attempted by 2, 23/ 6
jeopardy; and that they were also in safeguard, and 2, 23/ 11
than till the matter were, not by the dukes 2, 23/ 12
toward which the dukes were coming up -- that 2, 23/ 19
should hap, as it were likely, to come to 2, 23/ 22
field, though both parts were in all other things 2, 23/ 23
the contrary), these commotions were somewhat appeased, but especially 2, 23/ 26
of Gloucester and Buckingham were so near, and came 2, 23/ 28
lords and knights which were taken had contrived the 2, 23/ 31
of their stuff that were taken (among which stuff 2, 24/ 4
no marvel though some were harnesses, which at the 2, 24/ 5
of the common people were therewith very well satisfied 2, 24/ 14
satisfied, and said it were alms to hang them 2, 24/ 15
his realm; so that, were it destiny or were 2, 24/ 29
were it destiny or were it folly, the lamb 2, 24/ 30
Divers lords and knights were appointed unto divers rooms 2, 25/ 8
had before. Now, all were it so that the 2, 25/ 10
a year till it were achieved, yet durst he 2, 25/ 12
special pleasure and comfort were to have his brother 2, 25/ 23
-- as though they were not to be trusted 2, 25/ 29
nobles of the land were appointed, as the King's 2, 25/ 31
divine. "Wherefore, methinketh it were not worst to send 2, 26/ 25
and such others as were of the spiritualty present 2, 27/ 27
spiritualty present, that it were not in any wise 2, 27/ 28
men of her kin were women too, and then 2, 28/ 24
nor her kin, yet were there no cause to 2, 28/ 27
think that if men were set (which God forbid 2, 29/ 21
to pass (as it were no great mastery, we 2, 29/ 29
would say that we were a wise sort of 2, 29/ 30
faith -- if they were now to begin, I 2, 30/ 5
them, if their murder were willful. And where it 2, 30/ 18
I say although they were not abused as they 2, 31/ 2
God and Saint Peter were the patrons of ungracious 2, 31/ 5
require it if need were, I dare say would 2, 32/ 18
of the clergy that were present, whether they said 2, 32/ 27
effect that if he were not delivered, he should 2, 33/ 22
lords with him -- were it for the respect 2, 33/ 29
one man's mind, or were it for that the 2, 33/ 31
that if she finally were determined to keep him 2, 34/ 1
Queen and these lords were come together in presence 2, 34/ 6
To whose grace it were as singular comfort to 2, 34/ 12
to her friends that were in distress, and over 2, 34/ 22
both great wealth it were to be together, as 2, 34/ 25
nay but that it were very convenient that this 2, 34/ 32
gentleman whom ye require were in the company of 2, 35/ 1
good faith, methinketh it were as great commodity to 2, 35/ 2
but that Your Grace were of all folk most 2, 35/ 18
also glad that ye were, if it might stand 2, 35/ 20
the Duke of York were with the King, honorably 2, 35/ 23
-- which would God were rather here in surety 2, 36/ 24
with me than I were there in jeopardy with 2, 36/ 25
guiltless? As though they were guilty! In that I 2, 37/ 4
Duke bide here'; "it were comfortable for them both 2, 38/ 11
them both that he were with his brother, because 2, 38/ 12
his brother already, and were, if both failed, inheritor 2, 39/ 29
not my mortal enemy were!" The Lord Cardinal, perceiving 2, 40/ 7
matter. But if she were content to deliver the 2, 40/ 13
troth. Wit, if they were so dull that they 2, 40/ 20
folks, and such as were their craftsmasters in the 2, 43/ 10
and that if he were ever able, he would 2, 43/ 12
or else, if they were put to death, without 2, 43/ 14
all; and that it were no doubt but he 2, 43/ 21
it indeed if there were any new enterprise attempted 2, 43/ 22
the dispositions of men were then such that a 2, 43/ 26
stuff. And when they were thus at a point 2, 44/ 8
one place, as fast were they in another place 2, 44/ 19
which council albeit there were adhibited very few, and 2, 44/ 21
they feared nor wherefore: were it that before such 2, 44/ 25
a tempest -- or were it that some one 2, 44/ 27
matter, though the council were close. For little and 2, 44/ 30
had the doing, some were by their friends secretly 2, 45/ 2
mine ears ere it were well out of their 2, 45/ 18
the pageants and subtleties were in making day and 2, 46/ 32
thus he began: "What were they worthy to have 2, 47/ 21
and said that they were worthy to be punished 2, 47/ 27
heinous traitors, whatsoever they were. And all the others 2, 47/ 28
of the other lords were greatly abashed, that favored 2, 47/ 31
putting to death, which were by his assent before 2, 48/ 3
about his ears. Then were they all quickly bestowed 2, 49/ 10
go to till this were done, for saving of 2, 49/ 16
dreams! Which if they were tokens of things to 2, 50/ 14
our going, if we were caught and brought back 2, 50/ 16
men should see it were by other men's falsehood 2, 50/ 20
falsehood than think it were either our own fault 2, 50/ 21
same morning, ere he were up, came a knight 2, 51/ 1
unto him, as it were of courtesy to accompany 2, 51/ 1
the Queen's kindred that were taken before and should 2, 52/ 7
and by, as it were for anger, not for 2, 54/ 14
womanly, and albeit she were out of all array 2, 54/ 30
praise among those that were more amorous of her 2, 55/ 2
her living and glad were to see sin corrected 2, 55/ 4
But forasmuch as they were coupled ere she were 2, 55/ 10
were coupled ere she were well ripe, she not 2, 55/ 11
any place but it were to his bed. The 2, 56/ 10
bed. The other two were somewhat greater personages, and 2, 56/ 10
truth (for sin it were to belie the devil 2, 56/ 14
his mind; where men were out of favor, she 2, 56/ 17
as many other men were, in their times, which 2, 57/ 2
ill deeds. Her doings were not much less, albeit 2, 57/ 3
less remembered because they were not so evil. For 2, 57/ 4
lords and knights that were taken from the King 2, 57/ 19
people about that they were traitors (not suffering them 2, 57/ 28
but only that they were good men, too true 2, 58/ 2
other lords and knights were thus beheaded and rid 2, 58/ 4
lords of the realm were about him, out of 2, 58/ 6
make parties -- it were best hastily to pursue 2, 58/ 8
as had wit and were in authority among the 2, 58/ 20
than learning. For they were before greatly esteemed among 2, 58/ 25
far moved already; which were not likely to take 2, 62/ 7
if all his voyage were in such wise frustrated 2, 62/ 7
but only as it were a rich man that 2, 62/ 11
in divers others that were more meetly," quoth she 2, 62/ 18
Elizabeth Grey, though she were in all other things 2, 62/ 24
yet if outward alliance were thought so requisite, he 2, 63/ 13
-- as though I were a ward that were 2, 63/ 33
were a ward that were bound to marry by 2, 63/ 33
his marriage, as it were in discharge of her 2, 64/ 28
wedding till these same were clearly purged and the 2, 64/ 32
she confessed that they were never ensured. Howbeit, she 2, 65/ 2
to say, while they were sure to be compelled 2, 66/ 14
the Duke of Clarence were lawfully begotten, nor were 2, 66/ 19
were lawfully begotten, nor were not the very children 2, 66/ 19
his children bastards that were begotten upon the Queen 2, 66/ 23
punishment of their parents were for the more part 2, 66/ 32
more part unhappy, which were begotten in bastardy, and 2, 66/ 33
Clarence among those that were secret in the household 2, 67/ 23
secret in the household were reckoned very surely for 2, 67/ 24
liveth." While these words were in speaking, the Protector 2, 68/ 21
sermon. But the people were so far from crying 2, 68/ 24
talked of him, all were it that his own 2, 68/ 30
-- or if any were, it rather grew of 2, 69/ 27
-- as though Burdet were forgotten, that was for 2, 70/ 13
any of those that were at any time the 2, 71/ 5
half the realm. Thus were neither your goods in 2, 71/ 7
fear or some displeasure, were not out of peril 2, 71/ 26
their children, that them were liefer to lose all 2, 72/ 15
done them. And, all were it that with this 2, 72/ 16
as for that you were nearest at hand, since 2, 72/ 20
King Edward the Fourth were never lawfully begotten, forasmuch 2, 73/ 15
him, with others that were about him privy to 2, 75/ 5
tale so well-told. But, were it for wonder or 2, 75/ 14
distinct, but, as it were, the sound of a 2, 76/ 15
with glad semblance that were not very merry; and 2, 77/ 3
to dissemble their sorrow, were fain at his back 2, 77/ 4
the realm besides, yet were they not sure how 2, 78/ 3
upon any people that were so glad to live 2, 78/ 23
and answered that all were it that he partly 2, 78/ 25
nations, where the truth were not well-known, it should 2, 78/ 31
be thought that it were his own ambitious mind 2, 78/ 32
he that would not were not worthy to have 2, 79/ 1
malice of such as were before occasion of the 2, 79/ 9
new intended to be, were now, partly by good 2, 79/ 10
games -- as it were, stage plays -- and 2, 81/ 7
in doubt whether they were in his days destroyed 2, 82/ 21
also that all things were in late days so 2, 82/ 25
means as methinketh it were hard but it should 2, 83/ 6
Grace pleasure the thing were right hard that he 2, 83/ 29
better place because they were a king's sons. (Lo 2, 86/ 5
both Dighton and he were examined, and confessed the 2, 86/ 12
but whither the bodies were removed, they could nothing 2, 86/ 13
cause had to lie, were these two noble princes 2, 86/ 15
report, of such as were secret with his chamberers 2, 87/ 10
good fellows if need were. The messenger, sent back 2, 88/ 13
out if the matter were well-handled, he craftily sought 2, 91/ 25
Surely, my lord, folly were it for me to 2, 92/ 5
nor reck, so I were once hence, because of 2, 93/ 6