YIELDED................1
he so suddenly had yielded up the Great Seal 2, 22/ 30
 
 YONDER.................2
What will, then, hath yonder babe? Which, and if 2, 32/ 16
That is," quoth he, "yonder sorceress -- my brother's 2, 47/ 29
 
 YORK...................21
thirteen-year-of-age; Richard, Duke of York, two years younger; Elizabeth2, 3/ 7
conceive. Richard, Duke of York, a noble man and 2, 6/ 13
unto the Duke of York and his issue male 2, 6/ 19
unto the Archbishop of York (then Chancellor of England 2, 21/ 4
meeting, the Archbishop of York -- fearing that it 2, 22/ 28
also, the Archbishop of York, Chancellor of England, which 2, 25/ 1
thing the Archbishop of York, whom they all agreed 2, 27/ 23
quoth the Archbishop of York, "God forbid that any 2, 28/ 9
that the Duke of York were with the King 2, 35/ 23
Cardinal, the Archbishop of York (then Lord Chancellor), the 2, 44/ 16
by the Duke of York, and the Prince by 2, 59/ 21
Notwithstanding, the Duchess of York, his mother, was so 2, 61/ 35
of the Duke of York, but begotten unlawfully by 2, 66/ 20
Richard, late Duke of York, calling him "father to 2, 67/ 8
the noble duke of York his father. This is 2, 68/ 18
to the house of York -- since he hath 2, 72/ 29
prince Richard, Duke of York, to whose royal blood 2, 73/ 31
fore-remembered noble duke of York. Which thing well considered 2, 74/ 3
Richard, late Duke of York; to which title is 2, 80/ 2
King Edward, came to York and there had solemn 2, 88/ 3
whither the Protector, from York, with many gentlemen of 2, 88/ 17
 
 YOU....................104
convenient somewhat to show you, ere we farther go 2, 6/ 10
what plight I lie, you see and I feel 2, 11/ 12
look to live with you, the more deeply am 2, 11/ 14
what case I leave you; for such as I 2, 11/ 15
such as I leave you, such be my children 2, 11/ 15
children like to find you. Which, if they should 2, 11/ 15
that God forbid) find you at variance, might hap 2, 11/ 16
would serve to set you at peace. Ye see 2, 11/ 18
sufficeth not that all you love them, if each 2, 11/ 20
them, if each of you hate other. If they 2, 11/ 20
there long been between you, not always for great 2, 12/ 5
for preachers to tell you -- and yet I 2, 12/ 10
ought more to move you than his that is 2, 12/ 11
this shall I desire you to remember: that the 2, 12/ 12
the one part of you is of my blood 2, 12/ 13
allies, and each of you with other, either of 2, 12/ 14
Our Lord forbid that you love together the worse 2, 12/ 18
the self cause that you ought to love the 2, 12/ 19
send them life and you love. Of which two 2, 13/ 12
good kings. But if you among yourselves in a 2, 13/ 15
look to speak with you, I exhort you and 2, 13/ 18
with you, I exhort you and require you all 2, 13/ 18
exhort you and require you all, for the love 2, 13/ 18
for the love that you have ever borne to 2, 13/ 18
have ever borne to you, for the love that 2, 13/ 19
griefs forgotten, each of you love other. Which I 2, 13/ 21
Which I verily trust you will if ye anything 2, 13/ 21
fear. For he assureth you that all shall be 2, 21/ 13
cheer. For I assure you, if they crown any 2, 22/ 6
crown his brother whom you have here with you 2, 22/ 8
you have here with you. And here is the 2, 22/ 8
I deliver it unto you, to the use and 2, 22/ 10
therefore -- I ensure you faithfully -- for my 2, 29/ 32
the Duke, "I think you say very truth. And 2, 32/ 32
their honor. But if you appoint yourself to tarry 2, 35/ 22
quoth another lord, "know you anything why they should 2, 36/ 26
further. For I assure you, for that I see 2, 37/ 9
and the farther that you be to deliver him 2, 37/ 12
other men to suffer you to keep him, lest 2, 37/ 13
causeless fear might cause you further to convey him 2, 37/ 14
me -- and may you take my child from 2, 38/ 28
continue. And as all you know, this is not 2, 39/ 15
I purpose to make you such a proof as 2, 41/ 16
of both lacked in you, might turn both me 2, 41/ 17
to much harm, and you to great reproach. For 2, 41/ 18
and I know well you be wise. Power and 2, 42/ 2
cannot elsewhere, then may you leave him here. But 2, 42/ 4
one thing I beseech you, for the trust that 2, 42/ 5
his father put in you ever, and for the 2, 42/ 5
that I put in you now: that as far 2, 42/ 6
fear too much, be you well ware that you 2, 42/ 7
you well ware that you fear not as far 2, 42/ 7
sweet son; God send you good keeping. Let me 2, 42/ 9
keeping. Let me kiss you once yet ere you 2, 42/ 9
you once yet ere you go, for God knoweth 2, 42/ 10
my life, never doubt you. For while one man 2, 45/ 16
of Ely, "My lord, you have very good strawberries 2, 47/ 6
in Holborn; I require you, let us have a 2, 47/ 7
my lord! I pray you come on! Whereto talk 2, 51/ 8
come on! Whereto talk you so long with that 2, 51/ 8
long with that priest? You have no need of 2, 51/ 8
said, "Ah, Hastings, art you remembered when I met 2, 52/ 2
in her body that you would have changed, but 2, 55/ 25
have changed, but if you would have wished her 2, 55/ 25
if we first repeat you some things long before 2, 60/ 1
other things convenient for you, should yet suffice, as 2, 62/ 25
as meseemeth, to refrain you from her marriage, since 2, 62/ 25
therefore, madam, I pray you be content; I trust 2, 64/ 13
prince that shall please you. And as for the 2, 64/ 17
I began to show you, it was by the 2, 66/ 15
favor that we bear you, we be come to 2, 69/ 12
come to break unto you of a matter right 2, 69/ 13
more profitable than to you, the citizens of this 2, 69/ 15
come hither to bring you, without your labor, pain 2, 69/ 19
who was there of you all that would reckon 2, 69/ 23
that we should remember you of examples by name 2, 70/ 12
city! Who is of you either so negligent that 2, 70/ 24
of. Howbeit, this wot you well all: that whoso 2, 71/ 30
substantial young man among you. And in that point 2, 72/ 3
well for that among you is most plenty of 2, 72/ 19
injuries as for that you were nearest at hand 2, 72/ 20
which thing to show you is the whole sum 2, 72/ 31
need that I rehearse you again that ye have 2, 72/ 33
remember, substantially declared unto you, at Paul's Cross on 2, 73/ 9
groundly made open unto you, the children of King 2, 73/ 15
Which room, I warn you well, is no child's 2, 74/ 16
nevertheless I heartily pray you so to do, whereby 2, 74/ 26
so to do, whereby you shall do great profit 2, 74/ 29
much he shall perceive you the more prone and 2, 74/ 32
dear friends, what mind you have, we require you 2, 74/ 34
you have, we require you plainly to show us 2, 74/ 34
Mayor, "percase they perceive you not well." "That shall 2, 75/ 8
we come to move you to that thing -- 2, 76/ 3
we such love bear you, and so much set 2, 76/ 5
so much set by you, that we would not 2, 76/ 6
not gladly do without you -- that thing in 2, 76/ 6
as it seemeth, either you see not or weigh 2, 76/ 8
not. Wherefore we require you give us answer one 2, 76/ 8
one or other: whether you be minded as all 2, 76/ 9
us, and we with you, unto his noble Grace 2, 76/ 32
matter, I shall rehearse you the dolorous end of 2, 83/ 4
was about to tell you, by the long and 2, 91/ 18
My lord, I warrant you, neither the lion nor 2, 93/ 11
to little good and you to less." Then longed 2, 93/ 16