YOUNG..................22
while his children were young. And they deem that 2, 8/ 29
to his nephew the young king or enterprised to 2, 9/ 4
tender age of the young princes his nephews (as 2, 9/ 23
and ordering of this young prince, at his sending 2, 14/ 9
be suffered that the young king, their master and 2, 14/ 23
if we suffer this young king in our enemy's 2, 15/ 16
and governance of the young king, whom with much 2, 20/ 16
and wealth of the young duke himself, the King's 2, 27/ 1
earthly meant toward the young babe, condescended in effect 2, 33/ 22
but also to the young duke himself, whose both 2, 34/ 24
As though princes as young as they be could 2, 38/ 18
last she took the young duke by the hand 2, 41/ 13
him had received this young duke, they brought him 2, 42/ 13
unto him that the young king was offended with 2, 43/ 11
death, without doubt the young king would be careful 2, 43/ 15
the coronation of the young king -- as they 2, 44/ 9
husband an honest citizen, young and goodly and of 2, 55/ 10
shall bring forth a young prince that shall please 2, 64/ 16
a right honest, substantial young man among you. And 2, 72/ 3
woman was there anywhere, young or old, rich or 2, 72/ 7
his innocent nephews, the young king and his tender 2, 82/ 18
himself, but with that young babe his brother lingered 2, 85/ 8
 
 YOUNGER................4
of York, two years younger; Elizabeth, whose fortune and 2, 3/ 7
haste possible, with her younger son and her daughters 2, 20/ 29
both, but especially the younger, which besides his infancy 2, 35/ 5
and taken for the younger of those two, but 2, 82/ 25
 
 YOUR...................52
surety to rest in your concord. For it sufficeth 2, 11/ 19
If they were men, your faithfulness haply would suffice 2, 11/ 21
in wealthful peace under your cousins my children, if 2, 13/ 11
-- either God or your king, affinity or kindred 2, 13/ 22
or kindred, this realm, your own country, or your 2, 13/ 23
your own country, or your own surety." And therewithal 2, 13/ 23
gentlemen and yeomen; keep your rooms." And thus in 2, 19/ 3
from the knowledge of your good grace." And forthwith 2, 19/ 23
he, "my lord sendeth Your Lordship word that there 2, 21/ 12
any other king than your son whom they now 2, 22/ 7
as that noble prince your husband delivered it unto 2, 22/ 9
use and behoof of your son." And therewith he 2, 22/ 11
time, except any of your lordships anything perceive to 2, 27/ 15
to change it upon your better advices." When the 2, 27/ 18
the Cardinal, "but that Your Grace were of all 2, 35/ 18
folk most necessary about your children -- and so 2, 35/ 19
it might stand with your pleasure to be in 2, 35/ 21
at such time as your dearest son then Prince 2, 35/ 29
Wales, far out of your company -- Your Grace 2, 35/ 31
of your company -- Your Grace was well content 2, 35/ 31
to keep him, lest your causeless fear might cause 2, 37/ 13
he beareth him, lest Your Grace should hap to 2, 37/ 20
so unwise to mistrust your wits nor so suspicious 2, 41/ 15
so suspicious to mistrust your troths. Of which thing 2, 41/ 15
him, to keep, into your hands, of whom I 2, 41/ 33
very good strawberries at your garden in Holborn; I 2, 47/ 7
thing as ready to your pleasure as that." And 2, 47/ 9
meetly," quoth she, "for your estate, and maidens also 2, 62/ 19
to bring you, without your labor, pain, cost, adventure 2, 69/ 19
Certes, the surety of your own bodies, the quiet 2, 69/ 21
bodies, the quiet of your wives and your daughters 2, 69/ 21
of your wives and your daughters, the safeguard of 2, 69/ 21
daughters, the safeguard of your goods -- of all 2, 69/ 22
that judgment. What? Cook, your own worshipful neighbor -- 2, 70/ 21
realm. Thus were neither your goods in surety, and 2, 71/ 7
and yet they brought your bodies in jeopardy -- 2, 71/ 8
that ye, not without your great cost and sundry 2, 72/ 27
his wars, bore ever your special favor to his 2, 72/ 28
his party. Which -- your kind minds borne to 2, 72/ 29
said request. Which for your own weal we doubt 2, 74/ 25
to be partners is your weal and honor; which 2, 76/ 7
now Protector, to be your king -- or not 2, 76/ 10
perceive it is all your whole minds to have 2, 76/ 29
this noble man for your king, whereof we shall 2, 76/ 29
it shall redound unto your great weal and commodity 2, 76/ 31
title is now joined your election, the nobles and 2, 80/ 3
favorably to incline to your petition and request, and 2, 80/ 6
by God's grace and your good help, to get 2, 80/ 11
there lieth one on your pallet without, that, I 2, 83/ 28
well say, to do Your Grace pleasure the thing 2, 83/ 28
would swear the contrary, Your Lordship would not, I 2, 92/ 5
in the person of Your Grace." 2, 93/ 25
 
 YOURSELF...............2
But if you appoint yourself to tarry here, then 2, 35/ 22
was well content therewith yourself." "Not very well content 2, 35/ 32
 
 YOURSELVES.............3
But if you among yourselves in a child's reign 2, 13/ 15
neither lack ye of yourselves nor can lack help 2, 42/ 3
a king, and unto yourselves special commodity, to whom 2, 74/ 30
 
 YOUTH..................12
uncomely; he was of youth greatly given to fleshly 2, 4/ 20
then he, considering the youth of his children -- 2, 10/ 16
their debate while the youth of his children should 2, 10/ 18
peace. Ye see their youth, of which I reckon 2, 11/ 18
men's authority, and slippery youth underpropped with elder counsel 2, 11/ 22
whose mind in tender youth infected, shall readily fall 2, 11/ 30
her blood might of youth be rooted in the 2, 14/ 17
the Prince -- in youth namely, which is light 2, 15/ 3
cannot in this tender youth take in the company 2, 26/ 9
the world his tender youth proveth. And so sanctuary 2, 32/ 11
well pondering that their youth without recreation and play 2, 34/ 28
knew her in her youth, albeit some that now 2, 55/ 26
 
 ZEAL...................3
the Protector so tender zeal to him that he 2, 37/ 22
wise: "Friends, for the zeal and hearty favor that 2, 69/ 11
his accustomed goodness and zeal unto the realm, now 2, 78/ 13


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