ABASHED................4
counsel, in adversity nothing abashed, in prosperity rather joyful 2, 4/ 11
other lords were greatly abashed, that favored her. But 2, 47/ 31
the Duke was marvelously abashed, and taking the Mayor 2, 75/ 5
word the Prince, sore abashed, began to sigh and 2, 85/ 1
 
 ABBEY..................1
have yet in the abbey Saint Peter's cope to 2, 28/ 6
 
 ABBOT'S................1
company there in the abbot's place. Now came there 2, 21/ 2
 
 ABIDE..................5
say they dare not abide with their husbands for 2, 31/ 12
no man's ears could abide them. Penker in his 2, 59/ 2
his eye could not abide the sight thereof, but 2, 90/ 13
should none horned beast abide in that wood, one 2, 93/ 3
the fox. "Thou mayest abide well enough -- the 2, 93/ 8
 
 ABIDING................1
was commonly his most abiding. And yet be ye 2, 72/ 21
 
 ABILITIES..............1
that to those good abilities whereof he hath already 2, 93/ 21
 
 ABLE...................9
himself should always be able to rule both the 2, 10/ 13
of his debts, being able to pay." And with 2, 32/ 26
weaked, waxeth the less able to bear out a 2, 35/ 13
if he were ever able, he would revenge them 2, 43/ 12
wanton wealth -- was able soon to pierce a 2, 55/ 16
show what she was able to do with the 2, 56/ 23
to that part, and able to stand them in 2, 58/ 14
ere he could be able to resist, that he 2, 65/ 16
with the Duke, not able to dissemble their sorrow 2, 77/ 4
 
 ABOMINABLE.............3
wife, a vile and abominable strumpet, than to all 2, 71/ 32
chamberers, that after this abominable deed done he never 2, 87/ 11
stormy remembrance of his abominable deed. Now had he 2, 87/ 21
 
 ABOUND.................1
his noble person singularly abound, the nobles and commons 2, 74/ 5
 
 ABOUT..................51
so was planted next about the Prince. That drift 2, 14/ 15
noble to be left about him, is," quoth he 2, 14/ 30
at that time were about the King intended to 2, 16/ 5
thing studied upon but about the coronation and honor 2, 16/ 15
unto her brother being about the King; and over 2, 17/ 2
the day, they sent about privily to their servants 2, 17/ 23
their inns and lodgings about, giving them commandment to 2, 17/ 24
with all their company about them. To whom the 2, 19/ 1
and set new servants about him, such as liked 2, 20/ 1
the gathering of power about the King, got herself 2, 20/ 28
with his own household about him, and every man 2, 21/ 17
day, unto the Queen. About whom he found much 2, 21/ 19
well in other places about as specially in the 2, 22/ 17
fame to be blown about that these lords and 2, 23/ 31
all us that be about His Grace, to have 2, 26/ 17
wise sort of councillors about a king, that let 2, 29/ 31
he that would be about to break them. And 2, 30/ 4
he that should be about to make them. Yet 2, 30/ 6
all folk most necessary about your children -- and 2, 35/ 19
beset in such places about that he could not 2, 41/ 2
between themselves, they went about to prepare for the 2, 44/ 9
to commune and devise about the coronation in one 2, 44/ 19
there, here and there about, some manner of muttering 2, 44/ 22
be too much attendant about the King without the 2, 45/ 3
him and set new about him. Thus many things 2, 45/ 5
among them -- first about nine of the clock 2, 47/ 3
too wise to go about any such folly; and 2, 48/ 14
yet ran the blood about his ears. Then were 2, 49/ 5
that the blood ran about both their shoulders. And 2, 50/ 5
and so forth farther about, like a wind in 2, 52/ 24
unto them that stood about him, "Here is a 2, 54/ 12
sake, that she went about to bewitch him and 2, 54/ 19
Tower of London, and about the selfsame hour, was 2, 57/ 17
showing to the people about that they were traitors 2, 57/ 27
of the realm were about him, out of their 2, 58/ 6
things long before done, about King Edward's marriage. After 2, 60/ 2
being in his embassage about the fore-remembered marriage, this 2, 60/ 24
have rehearsed this business about this marriage somewhat the 2, 66/ 9
the aldermen being assembled about him, all the commons 2, 69/ 6
by whose occasion, what about the getting of the 2, 71/ 16
with others that were about him privy to that 2, 75/ 6
of that counsel drew about the Duke and said 2, 75/ 19
honor in other realms about than the crown of 2, 78/ 28
well with other noblemen about him as with the 2, 79/ 14
he could, he went about to win unto him 2, 81/ 23
Forest and John Dighton about midnight, the seely children 2, 85/ 17
abroad, his eyes whirled about, his body privily fenced 2, 87/ 14
his bed, and run about the chamber -- so 2, 87/ 19
therefore, as I was about to tell you, by 2, 91/ 18
thing that I was about to say, taken as 2, 93/ 14
poor member, I was about to wish that to 2, 93/ 21
 
 ABOVE..................8
men of hatred report above the truth, or else 2, 7/ 28
of dispense, and somewhat above his power liberal; with 2, 8/ 4
at last chief and above the best; of which 2, 12/ 27
far under nor far above his age. And nevertheless 2, 26/ 11
ever she had -- above the value of two 2, 54/ 17
but everything was hawsed above the measure: amercements turned 2, 70/ 5
unto them, but stood above in a gallery over 2, 77/ 27
the murder in manner above written; but whither the 2, 86/ 12
 
 ABROAD.................5
that standeth in danger abroad, not of great hurt 2, 31/ 29
but there be some abroad so deadly enemies unto 2, 41/ 22
day they never came abroad. When the Protector had 2, 42/ 23
durst never after come abroad. But the friar forced 2, 59/ 6
sure. Where he went abroad, his eyes whirled about 2, 87/ 13
 
 ABUSE..................2
revenging of old displeasure, abuse the anger and ignorance 2, 10/ 4
without his witting might abuse the name of "his 2, 15/ 17
 
 ABUSED.................4
although they were not abused as they now be 2, 31/ 2
when the King had abused her, anon her husband 2, 55/ 17
the devil), she never abused to any man's hurt 2, 56/ 15
him familiar. Whose wisdom abused his pride to his 2, 90/ 21
 
 ABUSING................1
folly so long space abusing the world, was as 2, 82/ 23
 
 ABUSION................1
vicious living and inordinate abusion of his body, both 2, 53/ 25
 
 ABUSIONS...............1
the land, nor the abusions before in the same 2, 74/ 7
 
 ACCEPT.................1
depose the Prince and accept the Protector for king 2, 59/ 17
 
 ACCOMPANIED............5
up to his coronation accompanied with such power of 2, 16/ 6
and riding from thence, accompanied him into the city 2, 24/ 20
own person in spirit, accompanied with great multitude of 2, 28/ 3
in speaking, the Protector, accompanied with the Duke of 2, 68/ 22
the Duke of Buckingham, accompanied with divers lords and 2, 69/ 3