WHILE..................37
as indeed he did) while his children were young 2, 8/ 29
grow by their debate while the youth of his 2, 10/ 18
By which the less while I look to live 2, 11/ 13
go forward. And also while either party laboreth to 2, 11/ 27
Lord Rivers, a great while. But incontinent after that 2, 17/ 17
to come in question, while either party taketh other 2, 30/ 12
ever they will be, while men be afeard to 2, 31/ 3
as, for yet a while, to be in the 2, 35/ 3
looking to, hath a while been so sore diseased 2, 35/ 6
And that is here, while I am here, which 2, 36/ 22
words stood a good while in a great study 2, 40/ 24
children is other's defense while they be asunder, and 2, 41/ 28
King in manner desolate. While some for their business 2, 45/ 1
two several councils. "For while we," quoth he, "talk 2, 45/ 13
never doubt you. For while one man is there 2, 45/ 16
him for a little while, departed thence. And soon 2, 47/ 12
had sat still a while, thus he began: "What 2, 47/ 20
is said, he that while forbore her of reverence 2, 48/ 21
horse and common a while with a priest whom 2, 51/ 6
he was for the while (but it lasted not 2, 51/ 21
in the same place while he was therein. And 2, 52/ 1
when he had a while laid unto her, for 2, 54/ 18
fair and lovely, namely while the wondering of the 2, 54/ 32
the Protector that -- while men mused what the 2, 58/ 5
what the matter meant, while the lords of the 2, 58/ 5
of their own strengths, while no man wist what 2, 58/ 6
King Edward. And little while enjoyed he that knighthood 2, 60/ 23
have somewhat to say, while they were sure to 2, 66/ 13
preacher's overmuch diligence. For while the Protector found by 2, 68/ 8
remembrance can never die while he liveth." While these 2, 68/ 21
die while he liveth." While these words were in 2, 68/ 21
face to the wall while the dolor of their 2, 77/ 5
already in this little while of his protectorship (the 2, 79/ 8
by his own name while he standeth in his 2, 81/ 4
mouths, that within a while, smothered and stifled, their 2, 85/ 20
part of King Henry while that part was in 2, 90/ 24
Queen and the Prince while King Edward had the 2, 90/ 26
 
 WHIRLED................1
went abroad, his eyes whirled about, his body privily 2, 87/ 13
 
 WHISPER................1
the people began to whisper among themselves secretly, that 2, 76/ 13
 
 WHISTLE................1
bid their creditors go whistle them. Men's wives run 2, 31/ 11
 
 WHITE..................1
then mayor, with William White and John Mathew, sheriffs 2, 24/ 17
 
 WHITHER................4
sent no man wist whither, to be done with 2, 20/ 21
manner above written; but whither the bodies were removed 2, 86/ 13
after, at Nottingham -- whither the Protector, from York 2, 88/ 16
so fast, asked him whither he made all that 2, 93/ 5
 
 WHO....................17
now to be, as who say, removed from the 2, 14/ 29
message for his comfort, who he thought had more 2, 20/ 7
present, my Lord Cardinal, who may in this matter 2, 26/ 30
she fear -- as who may let her to 2, 29/ 12
cannot require the privilege." Who told him so? He 2, 38/ 21
to the Duke -- who being won to his 2, 43/ 7
of such wicked devices, who declared unto him that 2, 43/ 11
he would revenge them. Who would prick him forward 2, 43/ 13
than save the King, who with his brother and 2, 43/ 19
evermore in doubt. For who was there of you 2, 69/ 23
of this noble city! Who is of you either 2, 70/ 23
his own brother? Or who could perfectly love him 2, 71/ 28
brought then before him. Who being brought out of 2, 81/ 33
Lady in the Tower!), who plainly answered that he 2, 83/ 20
manner of the murder, who gave him great thanks 2, 86/ 2
Persale, his trusty servant, who came to John Ward 2, 88/ 5
Morton, Bishop of Ely (who, as ye before heard 2, 90/ 19
 
 WHOLE..................6
in effect all the whole matter whereof this book 2, 6/ 9
and necessary, by the whole Council at London; saving 2, 19/ 17
done, the temporal men whole, and good part of 2, 33/ 20
Protector and unto the whole Council that her keeping 2, 34/ 8
show you is the whole sum and effect of 2, 72/ 31
it is all your whole minds to have this 2, 76/ 29
 
 WHOM...................79
Henry's sake the Sixth, whom he deposed, was well 2, 4/ 4
good peace. The lords whom he knew at variance 2, 4/ 31
of nature, hate them whom their husbands love), or 2, 7/ 7
the third son, of whom we now treat, was 2, 7/ 16
not letting to kiss whom he thought to kill 2, 8/ 9
then Lord Chamberlain, against whom the Queen specially grudged 2, 11/ 1
loss were they, by whom though God did his 2, 13/ 13
give the lords atwixt whom and them had been 2, 16/ 17
the King's safeguard -- whom no man impugned -- 2, 16/ 19
this matter might mean. Whom as soon as they 2, 18/ 19
company about them. To whom the Duke of Buckingham 2, 19/ 1
away from the King whom it pleased them, and 2, 19/ 31
comfort, as one to whom such adversity was strange 2, 20/ 8
of the young king, whom with much honor and 2, 20/ 16
into his bedside. Of whom he heard that these 2, 21/ 9
unto the Queen. About whom he found much heaviness 2, 21/ 19
all desolate and dismayed, whom the Archbishop comforted in 2, 21/ 29
king than your son whom they now have with 2, 22/ 7
morrow crown his brother whom you have here with 2, 22/ 8
to the Queen, to whom the custody thereof nothing 2, 22/ 30
noble majesty. Wherefore, with whom rather than with his 2, 26/ 12
the Archbishop of York, whom they all agreed also 2, 27/ 23
And much more manquellers, whom God bade to take 2, 30/ 17
sanctuary men there be whom any favorable necessity compelled 2, 30/ 24
commonly therein, of them whom willful unthriftiness hath brought 2, 30/ 27
convenient that this gentleman whom ye require were in 2, 35/ 1
their kindred -- with whom, for the more part 2, 38/ 20
into his hands in whom they should perceive toward 2, 40/ 22
some other lords', neither, whom she there saw, which 2, 41/ 8
quoth she, "this gentleman, whom I doubt not but 2, 41/ 20
into your hands, of whom I shall ask them 2, 41/ 33
less fear to them whom he thought meet for 2, 43/ 6
that, peradventure, from them whom he least suspected. For 2, 43/ 25
could not well tell whom he might trust or 2, 43/ 27
he might trust or whom he might fear. These 2, 43/ 27
near, secret counsel and whom he very familiarly used 2, 45/ 20
that mischief up in whom if the Lord Hastings 2, 45/ 30
astonished, musing much by whom this question should be 2, 47/ 24
than by any other whom he loved better -- 2, 47/ 33
Shore's wife of counsel, whom of all women she 2, 48/ 16
hated, as that concubine whom the King, her husband 2, 48/ 17
Shore's wife -- on whom he somewhat doted in 2, 48/ 20
except the Lord Chamberlain, whom the Protector bade speed 2, 49/ 11
happeneth to them to whom no such mischance is 2, 50/ 29
hasten him thitherward, with whom he was of secret 2, 51/ 3
while with a priest whom he met in the 2, 51/ 6
with him thereof with whom he had before talked 2, 51/ 30
to pill and spoil whom they list, uncontrolled. And 2, 53/ 19
this heinous treason, with whom he lay nightly, and 2, 53/ 27
very fervently loved for whom she never longed. Which 2, 55/ 11
realm -- as one whom no man could get 2, 56/ 9
this Shore's wife, in whom the King therefore took 2, 56/ 12
what to think nor whom to trust, ere ever 2, 58/ 7
power or policy. Among whom they made of counsel 2, 58/ 15
John Grey, a squire whom King Henry made knight 2, 60/ 21
given her in jointure. Whom when the King beheld 2, 61/ 5
than to marry himself whom he should haply never 2, 63/ 18
one Dame Elizabeth Lucy, whom the King had also 2, 64/ 24
Edward, the prince of whom we before have spoken 2, 65/ 25
it liked them to whom it sufficed to have 2, 66/ 13
unto the crown, to whom it was, after the 2, 67/ 10
ere the Protector came. Whom when he beheld coming 2, 68/ 12
those to favor him whom the prince favored not 2, 70/ 27
out of peril. For whom trusted he that mistrusted 2, 71/ 27
mistrusted his own brother? Whom spared he that killed 2, 71/ 27
old, rich or poor, whom he set his eye 2, 72/ 7
his eye upon, in whom he anything liked, either 2, 72/ 8
be ye the people whom he had as singular 2, 72/ 21
tell it, and of whom, I am sure, ye 2, 73/ 2
yourselves special commodity, to whom His Majesty shall ever 2, 74/ 31
looked that the people, whom he hoped the Mayor 2, 75/ 1
would take it -- whom they would in no 2, 78/ 4
to the Prince, under whom he was and would 2, 79/ 5
line to govern them, whom no man earthly can 2, 79/ 31
man is there to whom the crown can by 2, 79/ 33
commanded that one Fogge, whom he had long deadly 2, 81/ 32
sent one John Green, whom he specially trusted, unto 2, 83/ 15
page of his, "Ah, whom shall a man trust 2, 83/ 24
hands of them with whom he should not have 2, 92/ 25