BELIEF.................1
which is light of belief and soon persuaded. Ye 2, 15/ 3
 
 BELIEVE................5
none of us, I believe, is so unwise oversoon 2, 15/ 21
persuaded the lords to believe that the Duke of 2, 23/ 4
is plain witchcraft to believe in such dreams! Which 2, 50/ 13
sure, ye will better believe it. And reason is 2, 73/ 2
would not, I ween, believe but that if the 2, 92/ 6
 
 BELIEVED...............4
Hastings (whereof part himself believed, of part he wist 2, 23/ 26
such as he neither believed and was also loath 2, 40/ 11
wicked enterprise, which he believed could not be avoided 2, 43/ 32
of truth no man believed. Yet for the further 2, 53/ 10
 
 BELIEVETH..............1
nothing doubteth, but verily believeth and knoweth that they 2, 29/ 4
 
 BELONGING..............1
and Nashfield's, and others belonging to the Protector, with 2, 76/ 17
 
 BELOVED................2
by battle, so heartily beloved with the substance of 2, 3/ 24
with their enemies better beloved than they? -- when 2, 37/ 4
 
 BENCH..................1
Court of the King's Bench, declared to the audience 2, 81/ 16
 
 BENEFIT................3
courtesy than a great benefit. So deceased (as I 2, 5/ 21
my child may take benefit of it), mine other 2, 39/ 12
at once, with infinite benefit to the realm by 2, 91/ 10
 
 BENEFITS...............1
redeem his offense by benefits, but he should sooner 2, 43/ 18
 
 BENEVOLENCE............2
an easy name of "benevolence and good will," the 2, 69/ 32
though the name of "benevolence" had signified that every 2, 70/ 2
 
 BENEVOLENTLY...........1
the more prone and benevolently minded toward his election 2, 74/ 33
 
 BENIGN.................1
with his people so benign, courteous and so familiar 2, 5/ 8
 
 BENIGNITY..............1
liveth), is by the benignity of her nephew King 2, 3/ 16
 
 BENT...................1
not be avoided, he bent himself, and went through 2, 43/ 33
 
 BEREAVE................1
world unnaturally contrived to bereave them not only their 2, 6/ 7
 
 BEREFT.................1
lust and sinful affection bereft her from her husband 2, 72/ 2
 
 BERWICK................1
death, he had obtained Berwick. And albeit that all 2, 5/ 6
 
 BESEECH................3
only one thing I beseech you, for the trust 2, 42/ 5
heard, and finally to beseech His Grace that it 2, 78/ 12
him, they would humbly beseech him thereunto. If he 2, 79/ 21
 
 BESET..................2
ways on every side beset -- neither his servants 2, 18/ 9
thought to be now beset in such places about 2, 41/ 2
 
 BESIDE.................2
forth into the green beside the chapel within the 2, 49/ 21
head, interred at Windsor, beside the body of King 2, 49/ 23
 
 BESIDES................11
to whose grace we besides be of kin. Whose 2, 28/ 29
especially the younger, which besides his infancy, that also 2, 35/ 5
in King Edward's time. Besides these requests of the 2, 44/ 6
that ever he hath besides, if he be wived 2, 63/ 20
his children bastards. And besides that, neither King Edward 2, 67/ 22
bodies in jeopardy -- besides the common adventure of 2, 71/ 8
of this noble land, besides many a good town 2, 71/ 22
all that they have besides than to have such 2, 72/ 15
to all this realm besides, in choosing them so 2, 74/ 29
divers noblemen with him, besides many knights and other 2, 77/ 13
to all the realm besides, yet were they not 2, 78/ 3
 
 BESOUGHT...............1
and therewith so humbly besought him to vouchsafe that 2, 77/ 23
 
 BEST...................17
means before pleased him best, shall after fall farthest 2, 12/ 2
to be next the best, afterward equal with the 2, 12/ 26
afterward equal with the best, and at last chief 2, 12/ 26
chief and above the best; of which immoderate appetite 2, 12/ 27
Archbishop comforted in the best manner he could, showing 2, 21/ 29
far forth do my best that ye shall all 2, 28/ 17
they thought it all best, in the voiding of 2, 33/ 23
would haply do their best unto him, yet is 2, 35/ 14
doubteth he shall be best kept. And that is 2, 36/ 22
him, she deemed it best to deliver him. And 2, 41/ 6
construed all to the best. So surely thought he 2, 46/ 3
parties -- it were best hastily to pursue his 2, 58/ 8
all: that whoso was best bore always least rule 2, 71/ 31
to common what was best to do. When the 2, 75/ 18
the city, in their best manner appareled, assembling themselves 2, 77/ 9
his time with the best death and the most 2, 82/ 16
put him in the best comfort he could. But 2, 85/ 4
 
 BEST-LEARNED...........1
and one of the best-learned men, undoubtedly, that England 2, 25/ 7
 
 BESTOWED...............2
King lay, they had bestowed certain of their folk 2, 18/ 2
were they all quickly bestowed in diverse chambers -- 2, 49/ 10
 
 BETAKEN................1
folly, the lamb was betaken to the wolf to 2, 24/ 30
 
 BETOOK.................2
son." And therewith he betook her the Great Seal 2, 22/ 11
with her own hands betook him to them of 2, 41/ 12
 
 BETRAPPED..............1
might peradventure easily have betrapped and brought to confusion 2, 15/ 11
 
 BETTER.................23
ought to love the better! And yet that happeneth 2, 12/ 19
friendship had not held better place with the King 2, 15/ 10
him, such as liked better them than him. At 2, 20/ 1
could bear it the better. But for all this 2, 20/ 9
change it upon your better advices." When the Protector 2, 27/ 18
shall find it much better to lack both than 2, 31/ 1
none that either knoweth better how to order him 2, 35/ 15
am with their enemies better beloved than they? -- 2, 37/ 4
God send them both better playfellows than him that 2, 38/ 14
others again, which knew better the subtle wit of 2, 43/ 2
God I had some better thing as ready to 2, 47/ 8
was in his mind better content that it was 2, 47/ 32
other whom he loved better -- albeit his heart 2, 47/ 33
to enter thereinto much better by others of his 2, 63/ 17
which God loved her better than to grant her 2, 65/ 12
it might thereby the better appear upon how slippery 2, 66/ 10
now, by God's grace, better shall; which thing to 2, 72/ 31
of him that can better tell it, and of 2, 73/ 1
am sure, ye will better believe it. And reason 2, 73/ 2
wise that no man better wotteth what he should 2, 73/ 5
have served a much better prince, if he had 2, 84/ 1
them buried in a better place because they were 2, 86/ 4
pleased God, for the better store, to have given 2, 93/ 23
 
 BETWEEN................20
long-continued grudge and heart-burning between the Queen's kindred and 2, 9/ 28
soon have made peace between the both parties with 2, 10/ 9
albeit that this dissension between his friends somewhat irked 2, 10/ 10
whatsoever business should fall between them, himself should always 2, 10/ 13
hath there long been between you, not always for 2, 12/ 4
husband so prudently made between his kin and hers 2, 16/ 29
night much friendly cheer between these dukes and the 2, 17/ 16
intended to set distance between the King and them 2, 18/ 20
thus at a point between themselves, they went about 2, 44/ 8
soon after one hour, between ten and eleven, he 2, 47/ 14
that for the love between them thought he might 2, 47/ 26
For all the time between his death and the 2, 54/ 7
and conclude a marriage between King Edward and the 2, 60/ 8
thus appointed, and had between them twain ensured her 2, 61/ 30
forasmuch as there is between no merchant and his 2, 62/ 15
so great difference as between the king and this 2, 62/ 16
the matter was made between them. Howbeit, some excused 2, 80/ 24
rather, good confederation -- between the Duke of Buckingham 2, 87/ 23
devising first the marriage between him and King Edward's 2, 91/ 8
exhorted him so, familiarly between the twain, to be 2, 92/ 19