WIT....................19
issue: that is to wit, Edward, the Prince, a 2, 3/ 6
now treat, was in wit and courage equal with 2, 7/ 17
if she have any wit (as would God she 2, 28/ 32
as she hath shrewd wit), she reckoneth herself no 2, 29/ 1
save herself, lacked either wit or troth. Wit, if 2, 40/ 19
either wit or troth. Wit, if they were so 2, 40/ 20
knew better the subtle wit of the Protector, deny 2, 43/ 2
more troth or less wit. For his dissimulation only 2, 45/ 29
-- that is to wit, on the Friday the 2, 46/ 27
behavior. For a proper wit had she, and could 2, 56/ 2
world and a shrewd wit, short and rude in 2, 57/ 24
took such as had wit and were in authority 2, 58/ 20
-- that is to wit, for lack of other 2, 73/ 29
also longed sore to wit what they meant, gave 2, 78/ 6
as every man may wit, would never of likelihood 2, 79/ 26
righteous (that is to wit, his own), so began 2, 82/ 17
he had strength and wit. The man had an 2, 84/ 3
man of great natural wit, very well-learned, and honorable 2, 90/ 22
yet much more to wit what it was. Whereupon 2, 93/ 17
 
 WITCH..................1
sorceress and that other witch of her counsel, Shore's 2, 48/ 8
 
 WITCHCRAFT.............2
by their sorcery and witchcraft wasted my body." And 2, 48/ 9
him it is plain witchcraft to believe in such 2, 50/ 13
 
 WITE...................1
her kindred in the wite, and say that they 2, 16/ 27
 
 WITH...................260
palace of Westminster, and with great funeral honor and 2, 3/ 18
battle, so heartily beloved with the substance of the 2, 3/ 24
in his latter days, with overliberal diet, somewhat corpulent 2, 4/ 18
his reign, he was with his people so benign 2, 5/ 7
hunt and be merry with him, where he made 2, 5/ 16
King Harry's life, was with many nobles of the 2, 6/ 24
wit and courage equal with either of them, in 2, 7/ 18
came into the world with the feet forward (as 2, 7/ 26
above his power liberal; with large gifts he got 2, 8/ 4
his purpose. He slew with his own hands King 2, 8/ 13
and when he was with hasty rapping quickly let 2, 9/ 11
he contrived their destruction, with the usurpation of the 2, 9/ 26
between the both parties with his own blood. King 2, 10/ 9
thought him secretly familiar with the King in wanton 2, 11/ 3
for. When these lords, with divers others of both 2, 11/ 8
up himself and underset with pillows, as it is 2, 11/ 10
I look to live with you, the more deeply 2, 11/ 14
and slippery youth underpropped with elder counsel, which neither 2, 11/ 23
riot and draw down with this noble realm to 2, 11/ 31
and each of you with other, either of kindred 2, 12/ 14
church bear that weight with us that would God 2, 12/ 16
forth so far till with division and variance he 2, 12/ 24
the best, afterward equal with the best, and at 2, 12/ 26
foreseen as I have with my more pain than 2, 13/ 3
courtesy of men's knees with the loss of so 2, 13/ 6
I look to speak with you, I exhort you 2, 13/ 18
the lords, recomforting him with as good words as 2, 13/ 27
they thought to stand with his pleasure, there in 2, 13/ 28
perceived either at variance with them or bearing himself 2, 14/ 20
unmeet to be matched with his -- which now 2, 14/ 28
grow in over-great authority with the Prince -- in 2, 15/ 2
more than stood either with his honor or our 2, 15/ 6
or our profit, or with the commodity of any 2, 15/ 7
not held better place with the King than any 2, 15/ 10
malice many years rooted." With these words and writings 2, 15/ 26
this point accorded together with the Duke of Gloucester 2, 16/ 1
to his coronation accompanied with such power of their 2, 16/ 6
not in good speed, with a sober company. Now 2, 17/ 7
the King and be with him at Stony Stratford 2, 17/ 14
that they were openly with great courtesy departed, and 2, 17/ 17
lodged, the dukes secretly with a few of their 2, 17/ 21
comparing this manner present with this last night's cheer 2, 18/ 12
they began to quarrel with him and say that 2, 18/ 19
they found the King with his company ready to 2, 18/ 27
presence, they lighted adown, with all their company about 2, 19/ 1
mother, saying that he, with the Lord Marquis his 2, 19/ 9
nephew the Lord Richard, with the same message for 2, 20/ 6
and the Lord Richard, with Sir Thomas Vaughan, into 2, 20/ 11
the young king, whom with much honor and humble 2, 20/ 16
whither, to be done with God wot what. With 2, 20/ 21
with God wot what. With which tidings the Queen 2, 20/ 25
all the haste possible, with her younger son and 2, 20/ 29
dukes were gone back with the King's Grace from 2, 21/ 10
called up, and so, with his own household about 2, 21/ 17
took the Great Seal with him and came, yet 2, 21/ 18
whom they now have with them, we shall on 2, 22/ 7
whom you have here with you. And here is 2, 22/ 8
again, and brought it with him after the customable 2, 23/ 1
Rivers and Lord Richard, with the other knights, were 2, 23/ 6
the King is himself. With these persuasions of the 2, 23/ 24
came so shortly on with the King, in none 2, 23/ 29
in none other manner, with none other voice or 2, 23/ 29
dukes' servants as rode with the carts of their 2, 24/ 4
destroy the noble lords with." This device, albeit that 2, 24/ 10
Shaa, goldsmith, then mayor, with William White and John 2, 24/ 17
other aldermen in scarlet, with five hundred horse of 2, 24/ 18
reverently to the Prince, with all semblance of lowliness 2, 24/ 24
to have his brother with him; and that by 2, 25/ 23
not to be trusted with the King's brother that 2, 25/ 30
his noble majesty. Wherefore, with whom rather than with 2, 26/ 12
with whom rather than with his own brother? And 2, 26/ 13
in favor and credence with her. For all which 2, 26/ 28
in no wise entreated with her good will to 2, 27/ 26
person in spirit, accompanied with great multitude of angels 2, 28/ 4
I trust," quoth he, "with God's grace, we shall 2, 28/ 13
that she shall be with reason contented, and all 2, 28/ 15
will be at war with women. Would God some 2, 28/ 23
content that both be with her, if she come 2, 29/ 6
place where they may with their honor be. "Now 2, 29/ 7
good that they do with the hurt that cometh 2, 30/ 31
rich men run thither with poor men's goods; there 2, 31/ 9
Men's wives run thither with their husbands' plate and 2, 31/ 11
they dare not abide with their husbands for beating 2, 31/ 12
it might be amended, with great thank of God 2, 31/ 19
now be right angry with them that keep him 2, 32/ 19
be somewhat more homely with them that be there 2, 32/ 21
one go to sanctuary with another man's goods, why 2, 32/ 22
able to pay." And with that, divers of the 2, 32/ 27
to get his living with the labor of his 2, 32/ 31
essay to get him with her good will. And 2, 33/ 25
Cardinal, leaving the Protector with the Council in the 2, 33/ 27
sanctuary to the Queen, with divers other lords with 2, 33/ 28
with divers other lords with him -- were it 2, 33/ 29
been so sore diseased with sickness, and is so 2, 35/ 6
person earthly in trust with his keeping but myself 2, 35/ 8
in the first sickness, with which disease nature, being 2, 35/ 12
if it might stand with your pleasure to be 2, 35/ 21
place as might stand with their honor. But if 2, 35/ 21
Duke of York were with the King, honorably, at 2, 35/ 23
have the child be with the mother but that 2, 35/ 26
rather here in surety with me than I were 2, 36/ 25
were there in jeopardy with them." "Why, madam," quoth 2, 36/ 25
In that I am with their enemies better beloved 2, 37/ 4
both that he were with his brother, because the 2, 38/ 12
be found to play with the King but if 2, 38/ 16
his safeguard, to play with him. As though princes 2, 38/ 17
could not play but with their peers, or children 2, 38/ 18
could not play but with their kindred -- with 2, 38/ 19
with their kindred -- with whom, for the more 2, 38/ 19
agree much worse than with strangers. But the child 2, 38/ 20
fled hither, being great with child, and here I 2, 39/ 17
and shift whoso would with this business afterward; for 2, 40/ 17
evil intended. The Queen with these words stood a 2, 40/ 24
his surety, if she with her own hands betook 2, 41/ 12
and these other lords with him had received this 2, 42/ 13
arms and kissed him, with these words: "Now, welcome 2, 42/ 16
welcome, my lord, even with all my very heart 2, 42/ 17
rest of his purpose with less fear to them 2, 43/ 6
young king was offended with him for his kinsfolk's 2, 43/ 11
unto him. And that with repenting the Duke should 2, 43/ 16
save the King, who with his brother and his 2, 43/ 19
as the Protector might with a beck destroy them 2, 43/ 20
Hastings (then Lord Chamberlain), with many other noblemen, to 2, 44/ 18
perceiving, filled many men with suspicion though he showed 2, 44/ 28
people only, that wave with the wind, but wise 2, 45/ 7
and he had departed, with divers other lords, and 2, 46/ 1
moved Catesby to prove, with some words cast out 2, 46/ 12
lest their motions might with the Lord Hastings diminish 2, 46/ 19
after a little talking with them, he said unto 2, 47/ 5
among them, all changed, with a wonderful sour, angry 2, 47/ 16
he might be boldest with him, answered and said 2, 47/ 27
wife! -- and others with her," meaning the Queen 2, 47/ 30
her counsel, Shore's wife, with their affinity, have by 2, 48/ 8
servest me, I ween, with "if's and with "and's 2, 48/ 25
ween, with "if's and with "and's! I tell thee 2, 48/ 25
and afterward his body, with the head, interred at 2, 49/ 23
rise and ride away with him, for he was 2, 49/ 32
thought that a boar with his tusks so razed 2, 50/ 4
Lord Hastings would go with him, to ride so 2, 50/ 8
likely to raze us with his tusks, as folk 2, 50/ 17
twice or thrice stumbled with him almost to the 2, 50/ 28
to hasten him thitherward, with whom he was of 2, 51/ 3
and common a while with a priest whom he 2, 51/ 6
talk you so long with that priest? You have 2, 51/ 8
after, there met he with one Hastings, a pursuivant 2, 51/ 15
great pleasure to talk with him thereof with whom 2, 51/ 30
talk with him thereof with whom he had before 2, 51/ 30
met thee here once with an heavy heart?" "Yea 2, 52/ 2
gentle, of great authority with his prince; of living 2, 52/ 19
at their coming, himself, with the Duke of Buckingham 2, 52/ 27
one herald of arms with a proclamation to be 2, 53/ 11
that the Lord Hastings with divers others of his 2, 53/ 15
of his body, both with many others and also 2, 53/ 25
others and also specially with Shore's wife, which was 2, 53/ 26
of this heinous treason, with whom he lay nightly 2, 53/ 27
shortness of the time with the length of the 2, 54/ 11
her husband dwelled not with her), and spoiled her 2, 54/ 16
she was of counsel with the Lord Chamberlain to 2, 54/ 19
procession upon a Sunday, with a taper in her 2, 54/ 28
that she was content with the deed itself well 2, 56/ 22
was able to do with the King, or for 2, 56/ 23
after as great favor with the prince, after as 2, 56/ 32
great suit and seeking-to with all those that those 2, 57/ 1
had been long secret with him, having experience of 2, 57/ 24
the Earl of Warwick, with other noblemen in his 2, 60/ 7
herself being in service with Queen Margaret, wife unto 2, 60/ 17
she so wisely, and with so good manner, and 2, 61/ 16
dignity, to be defouled with bigamy in his first 2, 62/ 28
disdained not to marry with one of his own 2, 63/ 13
in every point comparable with her. And therefore I 2, 63/ 26
not be a king with that condition -- to 2, 64/ 1
a prince." The Duchess with these words nothing appeased 2, 64/ 20
not long before, gotten with child. Wherefore the King's 2, 64/ 25
so kindly get her with child. This examination solemnly 2, 65/ 6
none impediment, the King with great feast and honorable 2, 65/ 8
his alliance, and favor with all the people, that 2, 65/ 31
King Edward returned, and, with much less number than 2, 66/ 2
the Earl of Warwick with many other great estates 2, 66/ 4
that those words meeting with his presence might have 2, 68/ 2
suddenly left the matter with which he was in 2, 68/ 13
speaking, the Protector, accompanied with the Duke of Buckingham 2, 68/ 22
Duke of Buckingham, accompanied with divers lords and knights 2, 69/ 3
said unto the people, with a clear and a 2, 69/ 10
for the prince's pleasure; with no less honor to 2, 70/ 16
or small matters aggrieved with heinous names. And also 2, 71/ 1
familiarity or leger acquaintance, with any of those that 2, 71/ 5
all were it that with this and other importable 2, 72/ 16
unmeet to be matched with his, and the mingling 2, 73/ 19
great knightly prowess pondered, with manifold virtues which in 2, 74/ 4
so great wisdom joined with so great experience; which 2, 74/ 21
of this realm, join with us, the nobles, in 2, 74/ 25
Mayor nearer to him, with others that were about 2, 75/ 5
so evidently and plainly, with voice, gesture, and countenance 2, 75/ 11
Mayor saw this, he with other partners of that 2, 75/ 18
him they will answer." With that, the Recorder, called 2, 75/ 22
-- and loath was with that matter to begin 2, 75/ 27
unto the people again, with these words: "Dear friends 2, 76/ 2
belonging to the Protector, with some apprentices and lads 2, 76/ 17
to hear, every man with one voice, no man 2, 76/ 27
that ye tomorrow go with us, and we with 2, 76/ 32
with us, and we with you, unto his noble 2, 76/ 32
part all sad, some with glad semblance that were 2, 77/ 2
those that came thither with the Duke, not able 2, 77/ 4
morrow after, the Mayor with all the aldermen and 2, 77/ 8
the Duke of Buckingham, with divers noblemen with him 2, 77/ 12
Buckingham, with divers noblemen with him, besides many knights 2, 77/ 12
their intent and purpose, with all the causes moving 2, 78/ 11
unto the realm, now with his eye of pity 2, 78/ 13
take himself the crown. With which infamy he would 2, 78/ 33
content to live; and with his labor and counsel 2, 79/ 6
little rounded as well with other noblemen about him 2, 79/ 13
noblemen about him as with the Mayor and Recorder 2, 79/ 14
we intend to procure." With this there was a 2, 80/ 16
neither had ever communed with other thereof before, when 2, 80/ 22
what acquaintance he hath with him, and call him 2, 81/ 3
step up and play with them, when they cannot 2, 81/ 9
next day the Protector, with a great train, went 2, 81/ 11
minister the laws. Then, with as pleasant an oration 2, 81/ 22
for the most part with the selfsame provision that 2, 82/ 10
he finished his time with the best death and 2, 82/ 16
own), so began he with the most piteous and 2, 82/ 17
world, was as well with princes as the poorer 2, 82/ 24
Howbeit, concerning that opinion, with the occasions moving either 2, 82/ 31
Constable of the Tower, with a letter (and credence 2, 83/ 17
death, to die therefor; with which answer John Green 2, 83/ 21
sent him to Brackenbury with a letter by which 2, 84/ 21
the tale used him with good words, and put 2, 85/ 3
recked of himself, but with that young babe his 2, 85/ 8
first by the struggling with the pains of death 2, 85/ 24
For first to begin with the ministers: Miles Forest 2, 87/ 1
such as were secret with his chamberers, that after 2, 87/ 10
and musing, sore wearied with care and watch, rather 2, 87/ 17
slumbered than slept, troubled with fearful dreams, suddenly sometimes 2, 87/ 18
continually tossed and tumbled with the tedious impression and 2, 87/ 20
of like secret trust with the Duke of Gloucester 2, 88/ 6
and wait upon him with a thousand good fellows 2, 88/ 13
The messenger, sent back with thanks and some secret 2, 88/ 14
yet met him again, with farther message from the 2, 88/ 15
the Protector, from York, with many gentlemen of the 2, 88/ 17
Northampton the Duke met with the Protector himself, with 2, 89/ 1
with the Protector himself, with horses, and from thence 2, 89/ 1
from thence still continued with, partner of all his 2, 89/ 2
inheritance was somewhat interlaced with the title to the 2, 89/ 11
rejected the Duke's request with many spiteful and minatory 2, 89/ 13
so wounded his heart with hatred and mistrust that 2, 89/ 14
he would not ride with him. And the other 2, 89/ 18
Whereupon he rode on (with evil will), and that 2, 89/ 20
rejected, but he, both with great gifts and high 2, 90/ 16
at the Tower), waxed with him familiar. Whose wisdom 2, 90/ 20
but fled the realm with the Queen and the 2, 90/ 25
his masters at once, with infinite benefit to the 2, 91/ 10
minding more to meddle with the world, till the 2, 91/ 12
godly that his death, with God's mercy, well changed 2, 91/ 17
duke glad to common with him, fed him with 2, 91/ 21
with him, fed him with fair words and many 2, 91/ 22
mad that I would with a dead man strive 2, 92/ 9
already meddled too much with the world, and would 2, 92/ 15
from that day meddle with his book and his 2, 92/ 16
said (because he ended with the "King," and there 2, 92/ 18
the hands of them with whom he should not 2, 92/ 25