BEWAILED...............1
it was done, piteously bewailed and sorrowfully repented. Richard 2, 7/ 15
 
 BEWAILING..............1
great flight and heaviness, bewailing her child's ruin, her 2, 20/ 26
 
 BEWARE.................2
ought we the more beware by what occasion we 2, 13/ 7
thing he advised them beware: that they judged not 2, 23/ 15
 
 BEWITCH................1
she went about to bewitch him and that she 2, 54/ 19
 
 BEWRAPPED..............1
the clothes -- so bewrapped them and entangled them 2, 85/ 18
 
 BID....................1
there they spend and bid their creditors go whistle 2, 31/ 10
 
 BIDE...................6
from her if she bide there. And we all 2, 29/ 5
she come thence and bide in such place where 2, 29/ 7
that saith he will bide there -- then if 2, 33/ 3
there to suffer him bide where no man doubteth 2, 36/ 21
honorable that the Duke bide here'; "it were comfortable 2, 38/ 11
utterly no longer to bide -- he had so 2, 49/ 32
 
 BIDETH.................1
theirs also, that he bideth in this place, it 2, 36/ 20
 
 BIDING.................1
rather in going than biding. And if we should 2, 50/ 19
 
 BIG....................1
his own horse-keeper; a big, broad, square, strong knave 2, 85/ 15
 
 BIGAMY.................2
to be defouled with bigamy in his first marriage 2, 62/ 29
And as for the bigamy, let the bishop hardily 2, 64/ 17
 
 BIND...................1
the bands broken that bind man and man together 2, 6/ 5
 
 BIRTH..................4
estate, and worthy her birth and virtue. This noble 2, 3/ 17
were great states of birth, so were they great 2, 6/ 26
and, from before his birth, ever froward. It is 2, 7/ 23
ever such since his birth. Nevertheless, the Lord Chamberlain 2, 48/ 19
 
 BISHOP.................13
delivered to Doctor Russell, Bishop of Lincoln, a wise 2, 25/ 5
or so holy a bishop that durst it presume 2, 28/ 8
then Lord Chancellor), the Bishop of Ely, the Lord 2, 44/ 17
he said unto the Bishop of Ely, "My lord 2, 47/ 6
-- he caused the bishop of London to put 2, 54/ 27
the bigamy, let the bishop hardily lay it in 2, 64/ 17
the consecration of a bishop, every man wotteth well 2, 80/ 27
whether he will be bishop or no, and he 2, 80/ 30
King Richard) Doctor Morton, Bishop of Ely (who, as 2, 90/ 19
the Duke's destruction. The Bishop was a man of 2, 90/ 22
the like favor. The Bishop right humbly thanked him 2, 92/ 26
faith, sir," said the Bishop, "if it did, the 2, 93/ 13
it was. Whereupon the Bishop said, "In good faith 2, 93/ 17
 
 BISHOP'S...............1
his brother, unto the bishop's palace at Paul's, and 2, 42/ 20
 
 BISHOPS................1
matter that either the bishops durst not, or the 2, 64/ 31
 
 BISHOPSGATE............1
to Crosby's Place in Bishopsgate Street, where the Protector 2, 44/ 32
 
 BITING.................1
chafe and speak sore, biting words against the Protector 2, 40/ 10
 
 BLACK..................1
-- only one (called "Black Will," or "William Slaughter 2, 85/ 6
 
 BLEMISH................1
-- and a very blemish, and high disparagement -- 2, 62/ 26
 
 BLESSED................3
pleasure proved, by God's blessed Lady" -- that was 2, 13/ 4
she kissed him and blessed him, turned her back 2, 42/ 11
children -- by God's blessed Lady, I am a 2, 64/ 11
 
 BLINDNESS..............1
O good God, the blindness of our mortal nature 2, 52/ 13
 
 BLOOD..................25
advanced that, King Henry's blood (albeit he had a 2, 6/ 17
the lords of her blood, which highly maligned the 2, 7/ 6
kindred and the King's blood, either party envying other's 2, 9/ 29
parties with his own blood. King Edward in his 2, 10/ 9
you is of my blood, the other of mine 2, 12/ 13
unwisely devised, whereby her blood might of youth be 2, 14/ 17
his mother's side, "whose blood," quoth he, "saving the 2, 14/ 27
near of his royal blood as we? But our 2, 15/ 13
and destroy the noble blood of the realm. Toward 2, 19/ 12
destroy me and my blood." "Madam," quoth he, "be 2, 22/ 5
of other the noble blood of the realm, to 2, 24/ 1
deadly enemies unto my blood that if they wist 2, 41/ 22
being so near of blood unto the King, and 2, 47/ 23
shrank, yet ran the blood about his ears. Then 2, 49/ 5
the heads that the blood ran about both their 2, 50/ 4
-- born of noble blood, especially by her mother 2, 60/ 15
continueth not in their blood long, but, the truth 2, 67/ 2
hath cost more English blood than hath twice the 2, 71/ 18
of the ancient noble blood of this realm that 2, 71/ 20
their mother -- whose blood, saving that he set 2, 73/ 18
part of the noble blood of this realm. Whereby 2, 73/ 21
York, to whose royal blood the crown of England 2, 73/ 31
not willing any bastard blood to have the rule 2, 74/ 6
like, and brethren of blood, but nothing of kin 2, 84/ 17
born of most royal blood, brought up in great 2, 86/ 16
 
 BLOODS.................2
the mingling of whose bloods together hath been the 2, 73/ 20
conjunction of those two bloods in one, whose several 2, 91/ 11
 
 BLOWN..................1
the fame to be blown about that these lords 2, 23/ 31
 
 BOAR...................4
him thought that a boar with his tusks so 2, 50/ 4
the Protector gave the boar for his cognizance, this 2, 50/ 6
For then had the boar a cause likely to 2, 50/ 17
the lion nor the boar shall pick any matter 2, 93/ 11
 
 BOARD..................1
his fist upon the board, a great rap. At 2, 48/ 27
 
 BOAST..................1
began to praise and boast the King and show 2, 92/ 3
 
 BOATS..................1
the Thames full of boats of the Duke of 2, 22/ 14
 
 BODIES.................8
liberty, to keep their bodies out of the danger 2, 30/ 10
surety of your own bodies, the quiet of your 2, 69/ 21
yet they brought your bodies in jeopardy -- besides 2, 71/ 8
to the tormentors their bodies dead in the bed 2, 85/ 22
dead, they laid their bodies naked out upon the 2, 85/ 26
Brackenbury took up the bodies again and secretly interred 2, 86/ 7
written; but whither the bodies were removed, they could 2, 86/ 13
slain and murdered, their bodies cast God wot where 2, 86/ 19
 
 BODY...................22
of visage lovely, of body mighty, strong, and clean-made 2, 4/ 17
from which health of body in great prosperity and 2, 4/ 21
either of them, in body and prowess far under 2, 7/ 18
always to defend the body of that man that 2, 31/ 28
the king, leaving his body at liberty, satisfy the 2, 32/ 23
and safekeeping of his body, for which only both 2, 39/ 5
durst lay his own body and soul both in 2, 40/ 14
lay in their own body, they would let it 2, 41/ 23
lieth in the other's body. Keep one safe and 2, 41/ 29
and witchcraft wasted my body." And therewith he plucked 2, 48/ 9
make good on thy body, traitor!" And therewith, as 2, 48/ 26
off, and afterward his body, with the head, interred 2, 49/ 23
at Windsor, beside the body of King Edward; whose 2, 49/ 24
inordinate abusion of his body, both with many others 2, 53/ 25
-- and sent her body to prison. And when 2, 54/ 17
was naught of her body. And for this cause 2, 54/ 24
more amorous of her body than curious of her 2, 55/ 2
-- nothing in her body that you would have 2, 55/ 25
right heir, of his body lawfully begotten, was only 2, 67/ 12
of mind and of body that shall come therewith 2, 74/ 14
lawfully begotten of the body of our most dear 2, 80/ 1
eyes whirled about, his body privily fenced, his hand 2, 87/ 14