WOULDST................1
none harm, thereby." "Thou wouldst say so," quoth he 2, 52/ 4
 
 WOUNDED................1
minatory words, which so wounded his heart with hatred 2, 89/ 14
 
 WRATHFUL...............1
otherwise. He was malicious, wrathful, envious, and, from before 2, 7/ 22
 
 WREST..................1
hard it is to wrest out, and may grow 2, 26/ 23
 
 WRETCHED...............1
heart, or, finally, what wretched end ensueth such dispiteous 2, 86/ 24
 
 WRETCHEDNESS...........1
delivered them of that wretchedness. For Sir James Tyrell 2, 85/ 10
 
 WRETCHES...............1
Which after that the wretches perceived -- first by 2, 85/ 23
 
 WRIED..................1
the sight thereof, but wried his head another way 2, 90/ 13
 
 WRITE..................4
both read well and write; merry in company, ready 2, 56/ 3
an evil turn, to write it in marble; and 2, 57/ 5
a good turn, we write it in dust -- 2, 57/ 6
we hereafter happen to write the time of the 2, 83/ 1
 
 WRITING................2
by mouth, some by writing and secret messengers, that 2, 14/ 21
sufficed unto the bare writing alone, all had it 2, 54/ 8
 
 WRITINGS...............1
With these words and writings and such others, the 2, 15/ 26
 
 WRITTEN................4
indited, and so fair written in parchment, in so 2, 54/ 5
him that it was written by prophecy. Now then 2, 54/ 13
a thing to be written of and set among 2, 56/ 27
murder in manner above written; but whither the bodies 2, 86/ 12
 
 WRONG..................2
helped to carry a wrong way. The Queen herself 2, 21/ 25
man to do another wrong? That no man unlawfully 2, 32/ 3
 
 WROTE..................1
chief of his band, wrote unto the King so 2, 17/ 4
 
 WROUGHT................1
But our Lord hath wrought his will, and, thanks 2, 15/ 14
 
 YE.....................46
set you at peace. Ye see their youth, of 2, 11/ 18
they can have but ye give it, nor ye 2, 11/ 23
ye give it, nor ye give it if ye 2, 11/ 24
ye give it if ye agree not. For where 2, 11/ 24
this wot I well: ye never had so great 2, 12/ 8
cause of hatred as ye have of love. That 2, 12/ 8
haply he too, and ye too, ere this land 2, 13/ 16
trust you will if ye anything earthly regard -- 2, 13/ 22
belief and soon persuaded. Ye remember, I trow, King 2, 15/ 3
Madam," quoth he, "be ye of good cheer. For 2, 22/ 5
do my best that ye shall all well perceive 2, 28/ 17
cometh of them, and ye shall find it much 2, 31/ 1
that this gentleman whom ye require were in the 2, 35/ 1
but also glad that ye were, if it might 2, 35/ 20
him out. Which, if ye finally refuse to deliver 2, 37/ 18
a playfellow' -- be ye sure! I pray God 2, 38/ 13
for my goods too? Ye may not hence take 2, 38/ 27
and the world. Faithful ye be -- that wot 2, 42/ 1
to keep him if ye list, neither lack ye 2, 42/ 2
ye list, neither lack ye of yourselves nor can 2, 42/ 3
this cause. And if ye cannot elsewhere, then may 2, 42/ 4
that as far as ye think that I fear 2, 42/ 6
Then said the Protector, "Ye shall all see in 2, 48/ 7
though he would say, "Ye shall have soon." But 2, 51/ 10
got no good, nor ye none harm, thereby." "Thou 2, 52/ 4
but there be, as ye say, others that be 2, 63/ 26
that we wot well ye have long time lacked 2, 69/ 17
sorely longed for, that ye would have given great 2, 69/ 17
great good for, that ye would have gone far 2, 69/ 18
things in times past ye stood evermore in doubt 2, 69/ 23
part annoyed, yet especially ye here, the citizens of 2, 72/ 18
abiding. And yet be ye the people whom he 2, 72/ 21
but also for that ye, not without your great 2, 72/ 27
rehearse you again that ye have already heard of 2, 73/ 1
whom, I am sure, ye will better believe it 2, 73/ 2
look therefor -- that ye should reckon my words 2, 73/ 3
lie. Which honorable preacher, ye well remember, substantially declared 2, 73/ 8
more graciously incline if ye, the worshipful citizens of 2, 74/ 24
we doubt not but ye will; and nevertheless I 2, 74/ 26
and commodity, we require ye that ye tomorrow go 2, 76/ 32
we require ye that ye tomorrow go with us 2, 76/ 32
moving them thereunto, as ye before have heard, and 2, 78/ 11
them, "What, sirs? Be ye in bed so soon 2, 84/ 18
King Richard himself, as ye shall hereafter hear, slain 2, 87/ 4
of Ely (who, as ye before heard, was taken 2, 90/ 19
he -- being, as ye have heard, after King 2, 91/ 5
 
 YEA....................4
of any such matters." "Yea, my liege," quoth the 2, 19/ 21
boldness of these places; yea, and rich men run 2, 31/ 9
my lord?" quoth he. "Yea, thee, traitor!" quoth the 2, 48/ 31
with an heavy heart?" "Yea, my lord," quoth he 2, 52/ 3
 
 YEAR...................4
day of April, the year of our redemption a 2, 3/ 4
before obtained, and the year foregoing his death, he 2, 5/ 6
the first and last year of his reign. But 2, 24/ 22
thought every day a year till it were achieved 2, 25/ 12
 
 YEARS..................10
lived fifty and three years, seven months, and six 2, 3/ 2
reigned two and twenty years, one month, and eight 2, 3/ 3
Duke of York, two years younger; Elizabeth, whose fortune 2, 3/ 7
in more than twenty years of his reign -- 2, 4/ 6
hath within these few years grown in this realm 2, 13/ 1
a long-accustomed malice many years rooted." With these words 2, 15/ 25
Which had so many years been kept, which both 2, 27/ 33
more than five hundred years ago -- by Saint 2, 28/ 2
the space of two years, leaving his new wife 2, 65/ 23
within less than three years of the mischief that 2, 87/ 7
 
 YEOMEN.................1
Go before, gentlemen and yeomen; keep your rooms." And 2, 19/ 2
 
 YET....................88
be the last (for yet she liveth), is by 2, 3/ 15
Which favor and affection yet after his decease, by 2, 3/ 26
virtues was more esteemed, yet that condition in the 2, 5/ 9
friends somewhat irked him, yet in his good health 2, 10/ 11
than that that happened, yet well foreseeing that many 2, 10/ 17
tell you -- and yet I wot ne'er whether 2, 12/ 10
love the better! And yet that happeneth. And nowhere 2, 12/ 19
God did his pleasure, yet should the realm always 2, 13/ 13
age and of discretion, yet was he in many 2, 15/ 5
in one hour, continued yet scant a fortnight, should 2, 15/ 23
knowing nor mistrusting as yet. But even by and 2, 19/ 6
with him and came, yet before day, unto the 2, 21/ 19
way -- and some yet drew to them that 2, 21/ 25
and departed home again, yet in the dawning of 2, 22/ 12
all other things equal, yet should the authority be 2, 23/ 23
them up in barrels), yet much part of the 2, 24/ 14
till it were achieved, yet durst he no further 2, 25/ 13
proof whereof they have yet in the abbey Saint 2, 28/ 5
not so to pass, yet shall I toward it 2, 28/ 16
her nor her kin, yet were there no cause 2, 28/ 27
harm as herself, and yet would have him from 2, 29/ 5
convey him away. And yet will I break no 2, 30/ 2
about to make them. Yet will I not say 2, 30/ 6
as that sample is, yet is there less reason 2, 33/ 6
be a childish fear, yet is there at the 2, 33/ 7
them both as, for yet a while, to be 2, 35/ 3
their best unto him, yet is there none that 2, 35/ 15
here, then think they yet more convenient that the 2, 35/ 23
quoth the Queen. "And yet the case is not 2, 35/ 32
sickness miscarried by nature, yet might he run into 2, 36/ 1
am here, which as yet intend not to come 2, 36/ 23
honorable kin which as yet remained under arrest should 2, 36/ 35
I purpose not as yet to depart hence. And 2, 37/ 7
was there never tyrant yet so devilish that durst 2, 37/ 31
ask it for himself, yet since the law committeth 2, 39/ 2
do to examine. And yet fear I no further 2, 39/ 30
thought she it should yet make them the more 2, 41/ 10
me kiss you once yet ere you go, for 2, 42/ 9
that he had entered, yet would he go forth 2, 43/ 30
and they very secret, yet began there, here and 2, 44/ 22
also, if she would, yet would she of all 2, 48/ 15
shortly as he shrank, yet ran the blood about 2, 49/ 4
to ride so far yet the same night that 2, 50/ 9
one way or other, yet had I liefer that 2, 50/ 20
such mischance is toward, yet hath it been of 2, 50/ 30
need of a priest yet" -- and therewith he 2, 51/ 9
few know else as yet, and more shall shortly 2, 52/ 6
intended further was as yet not well-known. Of which 2, 53/ 3
truth no man believed. Yet for the further appeasing 2, 53/ 10
save her kirtle only, yet went she so fair 2, 54/ 31
to see sin corrected, yet pitied they more her 2, 55/ 4
sore enamored upon her, yet he forbore her, either 2, 55/ 22
now see her (for yet she liveth) deem her 2, 55/ 27
and hard bone. And yet, being even such, whoso 2, 55/ 31
it a fair face. Yet delighted not men so 2, 56/ 1
the master's wisdom. And yet therein, she said, was 2, 62/ 14
nothing to be misliked, yet was there, she said 2, 62/ 17
convenient for you, should yet suffice, as meseemeth, to 2, 62/ 25
should take it well, yet was at a point 2, 63/ 4
any temporal advantage -- yet nevertheless him seemed that 2, 63/ 9
his own land. And yet if outward alliance were 2, 63/ 13
I never wist it yet that it was forbidden 2, 64/ 19
ensured unto the King, yet when she was solemnly 2, 65/ 1
season other men's lands, yet God always so provideth 2, 67/ 1
they talked no good, yet when the other answered 2, 68/ 31
goods in surety, and yet they brought your bodies 2, 71/ 7
occasion of much mischief, yet is it never so 2, 71/ 10
in every part annoyed, yet especially ye here, the 2, 72/ 17
his most abiding. And yet be ye the people 2, 72/ 21
take it upon him, yet shall he to our 2, 74/ 23
his chamber -- and yet not down unto them 2, 77/ 26
though he would not yet come too near them 2, 77/ 28
all the realm besides, yet were they not sure 2, 78/ 3
alleged to be true, yet such entire love he 2, 78/ 26
although they had not yet begun it. Wherefore if 2, 79/ 20
for nothing else. And yet must he be twice 2, 80/ 29
is percase a souter. Yet if one should con 2, 81/ 2
question that some remain yet in doubt whether they 2, 82/ 20
openly proved but that yet, for the common custom 2, 82/ 27
King Richard at Warwick, yet in his way. Wherewith 2, 83/ 23
longed upward, not rising yet so fast as he 2, 84/ 4
me have my life yet, though I lose my 2, 85/ 2
rotted away. Dighton, indeed, yet walketh alive -- in 2, 87/ 2
that he did; and yet all the meantime spent 2, 87/ 8
of the Protector's mind, yet met him again, with 2, 88/ 15
deserve but thank. And yet taken as I ween 2, 93/ 15
Then longed the Duke yet much more to wit 2, 93/ 16
my praise), it might yet have pleased God, for 2, 93/ 22