BOUND..................3
by oath and allegiance bound -- all the bands 2, 6/ 5
backs than to have bound them up in barrels 2, 24/ 13
a ward that were bound to marry by the 2, 63/ 33
 
 BOUNDS.................1
himself close within his bounds that he rather seemed 2, 92/ 1
 
 BOWELS.................1
other in the very bowels. I dare well avow 2, 30/ 30
 
 BRACKENBURY............4
trusted, unto Sir Robert Brackenbury, Constable of the Tower 2, 83/ 16
did his errand unto Brackenbury (kneeling before our Lady 2, 83/ 19
he sent him to Brackenbury with a letter by 2, 84/ 21
priest of Sir Robert Brackenbury took up the bodies 2, 86/ 6
 
 BRAID..................1
balk out a little braid of envy toward the 2, 91/ 24
 
 BREACH.................3
of God and no breach of the privilege. The 2, 31/ 19
of conscience, without any breach of privilege, to be 2, 32/ 20
of sanctuary without the breach of the sanctuary. And 2, 39/ 1
 
 BREAK..................9
where each laboreth to break that the other maketh 2, 11/ 24
anything earthly, enterprise to break the immunity and liberty 2, 28/ 11
And yet will I break no sanctuary therefor. For 2, 30/ 2
would be about to break them. And in good 2, 30/ 4
that durst presume to break? And I trust God 2, 38/ 1
he durst no further break. And of truth, the 2, 46/ 16
that he should first break the matter, in a 2, 59/ 13
we be come to break unto you of a 2, 69/ 12
tormentors might hap to break his head -- and 2, 81/ 5
 
 BREAKETH...............3
say plainly that he breaketh no sanctuary." When the 2, 33/ 19
will taketh out him, breaketh the sanctuary. Serveth this 2, 38/ 26
whosoever he be that breaketh this holy sanctuary, I 2, 40/ 3
 
 BREAKING...............2
coming for more, some breaking down the walls to 2, 21/ 24
harnesses, which at the breaking up of that household 2, 24/ 6
 
 BREATH.................1
smothered and stifled, their breath failing, they gave up 2, 85/ 21
 
 BRECKNOCK..............1
his coming home to Brecknock, having there in his 2, 90/ 18
 
 BRETHREN...............1
of person like, and brethren of blood, but nothing 2, 84/ 17
 
 BRIDGET................1
so fortunate as fair; Bridget, which, representing the virtue 2, 3/ 10
 
 BRIGANDINES............1
harnessed in old, ill-faring brigandines, such as no man 2, 52/ 28
 
 BRING..................13
the King intended to bring him up to his 2, 16/ 5
hard for him to bring his purpose to pass 2, 16/ 7
and them, and to bring them to confusion, but 2, 18/ 21
down the walls to bring in the next way 2, 21/ 24
that they might peradventure bring the matter so far 2, 23/ 20
other intent but to bring all the lords in 2, 25/ 28
of that prison and bring him to his noble 2, 27/ 10
it happen that I bring it not so to 2, 28/ 16
she might happen to bring that to pass (as 2, 29/ 29
husbands for beating. Thieves bring thither their stolen goods 2, 31/ 13
of favor, she would bring them in his grace 2, 56/ 17
in God she shall bring forth a young prince 2, 64/ 16
be come hither to bring you, without your labor 2, 69/ 19
 
 BRINGING...............2
needs ensue the evil bringing up of the Prince 2, 11/ 29
God. This knight -- bringing them out of the 2, 57/ 26
 
 BROAD..................1
own horse-keeper; a big, broad, square, strong knave. Then 2, 85/ 15
 
 BROKE..................3
himself their favor, he broke unto them, some by 2, 14/ 21
in the Tower street, broke his tale and said 2, 51/ 7
calling up Sir James, broke to him secretly his 2, 84/ 19
 
 BROKEN.................9
-- all the bands broken that bind man and 2, 6/ 5
unwisely, and untruly also, broken the amity and peace 2, 16/ 28
place should now be broken! Which had so many 2, 27/ 32
religious fear, have not broken it, let us take 2, 31/ 22
mind after this matter broken to her, if her 2, 34/ 4
they reckon no privilege broken though they fetch him 2, 37/ 17
increased. The matter was broken unto the Duke by 2, 43/ 9
divers other lords, and broken all the dance, for 2, 46/ 1
heinous, might be first broken to the people in 2, 58/ 12
 
 BROTHER................44
set him against his brother, or the envy of 2, 7/ 4
of his enemies, his brother against him. For -- 2, 7/ 4
than his own born brother. Some wise men also 2, 8/ 21
in helping forth his brother of Clarence to his 2, 8/ 23
that the king his brother (whose life he looked 2, 8/ 27
office the Lord Rivers, brother to the Queen, claimed 2, 11/ 6
Woodville (Lord Rivers and brother unto the Queen) -- 2, 14/ 11
son and unto her brother being about the King 2, 17/ 2
Grey, the King's other brother by his mother, saying 2, 19/ 8
the Lord Marquis his brother and the Lord Rivers 2, 19/ 9
King answered, "What my brother Marquis hath done, I 2, 19/ 18
uncle Rivers and my brother here, that they be 2, 19/ 20
son was taken; her brother, her son, and her 2, 20/ 20
the morrow crown his brother whom you have here 2, 22/ 8
he deposed the one brother, all the realm would 2, 25/ 15
in sanctuary the King's brother from him, whose special 2, 25/ 22
were to have his brother with him; and that 2, 25/ 23
trusted with the King's brother that by the assent 2, 25/ 30
than with his own brother? And if any man 2, 26/ 13
-- that the King's brother should be fain to 2, 26/ 20
the King's most honorable brother and, after my sovereign 2, 27/ 2
and the duke his brother honorable, and a thing 2, 27/ 21
hate the King's noble brother, to whose grace we 2, 28/ 28
king, that let his brother be cast away under 2, 29/ 31
keeping of the King's brother in that place was 2, 34/ 9
to have his natural brother in company as it 2, 34/ 13
as though the one brother stood in danger and 2, 34/ 15
of the King, his brother. And in good faith 2, 35/ 2
he were with his brother, because the King lacketh 2, 38/ 12
King but if his brother -- that hath no 2, 38/ 16
intend to keep his brother, since etc.." "Wherefore, here 2, 39/ 24
hands, that hath his brother already, and were, if 2, 39/ 29
knoweth no kindred. The brother hath been the brother's 2, 41/ 25
deliver him, and his brother in him, to keep 2, 41/ 33
to the King his brother, unto the bishop's palace 2, 42/ 19
King, who with his brother and his kinsfolk he 2, 43/ 19
Lord Rivers, the Queen's brother, in such wise that 2, 51/ 20
John Shaa -- cleric, brother to the Mayor -- 2, 58/ 23
that mistrusted his own brother? Whom spared he that 2, 71/ 27
that killed his own brother? Or who could perfectly 2, 71/ 28
him, if his own brother could not? What manner 2, 71/ 29
king and his tender brother. Whose death and final 2, 82/ 19
the Prince and his brother both shut up, and 2, 85/ 5
that young babe his brother lingered in thought and 2, 85/ 8