BROTHER'S..............3
was glad of his brother's death, the Duke of 2, 9/ 2
brother hath been the brother's bane. And may the 2, 41/ 26
yonder sorceress -- my brother's wife! -- and others 2, 47/ 30
 
 BROUGHT................27
easily have betrapped and brought to confusion some of 2, 15/ 12
to be persuaded and brought in the mind that 2, 16/ 12
they, nothing earthly mistrusting, brought the King up in 2, 17/ 6
the King's presence, and brought the King and all 2, 19/ 29
the Seal again, and brought it with him after 2, 22/ 32
it should never be brought in frame again. Which 2, 23/ 21
must needs either be brought away or cast away 2, 24/ 7
their evil debtors have brought in poverty should have 2, 30/ 9
whom willful unthriftiness hath brought to naught. "What a 2, 30/ 27
that he might be brought unto the King's presence 2, 34/ 17
and from hence I brought my babe the Prince 2, 39/ 20
this young duke, they brought him into the Star 2, 42/ 14
thought. Thereupon forthwith they brought him to the King 2, 42/ 19
Duke until he had brought to pass the things 2, 43/ 3
into the Duke's mind, brought him to that point 2, 43/ 29
w So was he brought forth into the green 2, 49/ 20
we were caught and brought back (as friends fail 2, 50/ 16
marvel if ungracious living brought him to an unhappy 2, 53/ 29
London, worshipfully friended, honestly brought up, and very well 2, 55/ 8
instructions, without any difficulty, brought the matter to very 2, 60/ 11
the message that they brought. And there -- in 2, 69/ 4
surety, and yet they brought your bodies in jeopardy 2, 71/ 8
deadly hated, should be brought then before him. Who 2, 81/ 33
before him. Who being brought out of the sanctuary 2, 81/ 33
Those that I have brought up myself, those that 2, 83/ 25
of most royal blood, brought up in great wealth 2, 86/ 16
folk voided, to be brought unto him in his 2, 88/ 10
 
 BROWS..................1
angry countenance, knitting the brows, frowning and frothing and 2, 47/ 16
 
 BUCKINGHAM.............17
twain: Edward, Duke of Buckingham, and Richard, Lord Hastings 2, 15/ 28
dukes of Gloucester and Buckingham came thither. Where remained 2, 17/ 9
whom the Duke of Buckingham said, "Go before, gentlemen 2, 19/ 2
quoth the Duke of Buckingham, "they have kept their 2, 19/ 22
dukes of Gloucester and Buckingham, put under arrest for 2, 23/ 8
dukes of Gloucester and Buckingham were so near, and 2, 23/ 28
dukes of Gloucester and Buckingham, and of other the 2, 24/ 1
quoth the Duke of Buckingham. "For I dare take 2, 28/ 20
to the Duke of Buckingham -- although I know 2, 42/ 27
and the Duke of Buckingham made very good semblance 2, 46/ 8
with the Duke of Buckingham, stood harnessed in old 2, 52/ 28
and the Duke of Buckingham sitting in the Council 2, 53/ 17
with the Duke of Buckingham, went through the people 2, 68/ 22
London the Duke of Buckingham, accompanied with divers lords 2, 69/ 3
appointment, the Duke of Buckingham, with divers noblemen with 2, 77/ 12
thereupon the Duke of Buckingham first made humble petition 2, 77/ 30
between the Duke of Buckingham and many other gentlemen 2, 87/ 23
 
 BUILD..................1
men's goods; there they build, there they spend and 2, 31/ 10
 
 BUILDING...............2
foundation of all his building, if he might first 2, 10/ 3
of all his unhappy building. For whomsoever he perceived 2, 14/ 19
 
 BUILT..................1
a ground the Protector built his color by which 2, 66/ 11
 
 BULLS..................1
the paying for his bulls, that he purposeth to 2, 80/ 28
 
 BUNCH..................1
in his forehead a bunch of flesh fled away 2, 93/ 4
 
 BURDET.................1
name -- as though Burdet were forgotten, that was 2, 70/ 13
 
 BURIED.................1
he would have them buried in a better place 2, 86/ 4
 
 BURLY..................1
diet, somewhat corpulent and burly, and nevertheless not uncomely 2, 4/ 19
 
 BURST..................1
dolor of their heart burst out at their eyes 2, 77/ 6
 
 BURY...................1
caused those murderers to bury them at the stair-foot 2, 85/ 28
 
 BURYING................1
I have heard, that burying in so vile a 2, 86/ 3
 
 BUSINESS...............5
because he thought, whatsoever business should fall between them 2, 10/ 12
whoso would with this business afterward; for he never 2, 40/ 17
While some for their business made suit to them 2, 45/ 1
that those days had business to speed, as many 2, 57/ 1
I have rehearsed this business about this marriage somewhat 2, 66/ 9
 
 BUSYNESS...............1
heaviness, rumble, haste, and busyness; carriage and conveyance of 2, 21/ 20
 
 BUT....................202
hand, nor none toward, but such as no man 2, 4/ 27
in a constrained fear, but in a willing and 2, 4/ 29
for none other errand but to have them hunt 2, 5/ 15
them not so stately, but so friendly and so 2, 5/ 17
not only their dignity, but also their lives. But 2, 6/ 8
but also their lives. But forasmuch as this duke's 2, 6/ 8
began not by war, but by law, to challenge 2, 6/ 14
death of King Henry. But the Duke, not enduring 2, 6/ 21
so long to tarry, but intending, under pretext of 2, 6/ 21
commonly, not of malice but of nature, hate them 2, 7/ 7
he, and sometimes overthrows, but never in default (as 2, 8/ 2
for evil will always, but oftener for ambition, and 2, 8/ 10
to be king himself. But of all this point 2, 9/ 5
speak it of naught. But now to return to 2, 9/ 20
rule both the parties. But in his last sickness 2, 10/ 14
faithfulness haply would suffice. But childhood must be maintained 2, 11/ 21
neither they can have but ye give it, nor 2, 11/ 23
noble realm to ruin, but if grace turn him 2, 12/ 1
or evil tongues aggrieveth. But this wot I well 2, 12/ 7
they all preach of. But this shall I desire 2, 12/ 12
of so many heads. But since things past cannot 2, 13/ 6
peradventure as good kings. But if you among yourselves 2, 13/ 14
could refrain from weeping. But the lords, recomforting him 2, 13/ 26
royal blood as we? But our Lord hath wrought 2, 15/ 14
other thing studied upon but about the coronation and 2, 16/ 15
no man impugned -- but for their destruction, having 2, 16/ 20
Rivers, a great while. But incontinent after that they 2, 17/ 17
they folk in hand. But when the Lord Rivers 2, 18/ 8
bring them to confusion, but it should not lie 2, 18/ 21
end of his answer, but shortly took him and 2, 18/ 24
nor mistrusting as yet. But even by and by 2, 19/ 6
done, I cannot say. But in good faith, I 2, 19/ 19
and was nothing content, but it booted not. And 2, 20/ 2
such adversity was strange. But himself had been all 2, 20/ 8
bear it the better. But for all this comfortable 2, 20/ 9
upward toward the city. But anon the tidings of 2, 20/ 17
disturbance of his coronation. But then, by and by 2, 22/ 27
by the dukes only, but also by all the 2, 23/ 13
either judged or appeased. But one thing he advised 2, 23/ 15
commotions were somewhat appeased, but especially by that that 2, 23/ 27
year of his reign. But the Duke of Gloucester 2, 24/ 23
long as he had but half his prey in 2, 25/ 13
to none other intent but to bring all the 2, 25/ 28
enemies or ill viand, but partly also in recreation 2, 26/ 7
company of ancient persons, but in the familiar conversation 2, 26/ 9
in this realm only, but also in other lands 2, 26/ 19
to mine own will but that I shall be 2, 27/ 17
shall not need it. But for any manner need 2, 28/ 13
lack of my devoir, but the mother's dread and 2, 28/ 18
they be her kin, but for their own evil 2, 28/ 26
mind she nothing doubteth, but verily believeth and knoweth 2, 29/ 3
her, and not fear. But go to, suppose that 2, 29/ 12
And I doubt not but she now as sore 2, 29/ 27
I not say nay but that it is a 2, 30/ 7
of refuge for both. But as for thieves, of 2, 30/ 14
harm they have done, but a license also to 2, 31/ 17
of great hurt only, but also of lawful hurt 2, 31/ 29
every place a sanctuary. But where a man is 2, 32/ 6
cause to have it but whose conscience of his 2, 32/ 15
heard of sanctuary men, but I never heard erst 2, 33/ 9
let them keep it. But he can be no 2, 33/ 12
people, and their obloquy, but also to the importable 2, 34/ 11
honor to the King but also to the young 2, 34/ 24
I say not nay but that it were very 2, 34/ 32
elder of them both, but especially the younger, which 2, 35/ 5
trust with his keeping but myself only, considering that 2, 35/ 8
madam," quoth the Cardinal, "but that Your Grace were 2, 35/ 18
not only be content, but also glad that ye 2, 35/ 20
stand with their honor. But if you appoint yourself 2, 35/ 22
be with the mother but that occasion may sometimes 2, 35/ 27
as they now be! But it is, I trow 2, 36/ 28
that he nothing doubted but that those lords of 2, 36/ 34
that he feareth nothing but lest he should escape 2, 37/ 22
as ever he was. But my son can "deserve 2, 38/ 2
not save an innocent! But "he is in no 2, 38/ 5
play with the King but if his brother -- 2, 38/ 16
be could not play but with their peers, or 2, 38/ 18
children could not play but with their kindred -- 2, 38/ 19
worse than with strangers. But the child "cannot require 2, 38/ 21
I ask the privilege but for myself! -- I 2, 38/ 25
I can no more, but whosoever he be that 2, 40/ 2
longer dispute the matter. But if she were content 2, 40/ 12
only for his surety but also for his estate 2, 40/ 15
not keep him there, but that he should incontinent 2, 40/ 27
whom I doubt not but I could here keep 2, 41/ 20
I doubt not also but there be some abroad 2, 41/ 21
you leave him here. But only one thing I 2, 42/ 4
after King Edward's death. But others again, which knew 2, 43/ 1
the things before rehearsed. But when he had imprisoned 2, 43/ 4
his offense by benefits, but he should sooner destroy 2, 43/ 18
it were no doubt but he would do it 2, 43/ 21
thick to that solemnity. But the Protector and the 2, 44/ 15
wave with the wind, but wise men also and 2, 45/ 8
sound amiss toward me but it should be in 2, 45/ 18
Chamberlain's power chiefly lay. But surely great pity was 2, 45/ 28
Hastings into their part. But Catesby, whether he essayed 2, 46/ 14
abashed, that favored her. But the Lord Hastings was 2, 47/ 31
that this matter was but a quarrel. For well 2, 48/ 13
man was there present but well knew that his 2, 48/ 18
not to ask why, but heavily he took a 2, 49/ 14
no longer to tarry, but had his horse ready 2, 50/ 8
followeth was no warning, but an enemious scorn. The 2, 50/ 32
him to the Council, but of truth sent by 2, 51/ 2
Ye shall have soon." But so little wist the 2, 51/ 10
a sign of change. But I shall rather let 2, 51/ 13
was for the while (but it lasted not long 2, 51/ 22
which he well wist, but nothing aware that the 2, 52/ 8
in every man's ear. But the Protector immediately after 2, 52/ 24
all had it been but in paper and scribbled 2, 54/ 8
and of good substance. But forasmuch as they were 2, 55/ 10
a soft, tender heart. But when the King had 2, 55/ 16
you would have changed, but if you would have 2, 55/ 25
dried up, nothing left but rivelled skin and hard 2, 55/ 31
lightly to any place but it were to his 2, 56/ 9
praise of those properties. But the merriest was this 2, 56/ 12
For many he had, but her he loved; whose 2, 56/ 13
to any man's hurt, but to many a man's 2, 56/ 15
they now see her. But meseemeth the chance so 2, 56/ 29
without other earthly guilt but only that they were 2, 58/ 2
any ways to resist. But now was all the 2, 58/ 10
esteemed among the people; but after that, never. Of 2, 58/ 26
never after come abroad. But the friar forced for 2, 59/ 6
matter before the coronation, but, after the common manner 2, 59/ 9
not incontinent upon it, but at St. Mary's Hospital 2, 59/ 10
at the Easter after. But certain is it that 2, 59/ 11
the Protector's ghostly purpose. But now was all the 2, 59/ 15
divers things they devised. But the chief thing and 2, 59/ 18
be none other color but to pretend that his 2, 59/ 26
purpose he letted not. But nevertheless he would that 2, 59/ 28
fully plain and directly, but that the matter should 2, 59/ 30
fear of his displeasure. But the other point, concerning 2, 59/ 31
cannot be well perceived but if we first repeat 2, 60/ 1
not only pitied her but also waxed enamored on 2, 61/ 7
she virtuously denied him. But that did she so 2, 61/ 16
other commodities depending thereupon, but only as it were 2, 62/ 11
said, "nothing so excellent but that it might be 2, 62/ 18
doubt not," quoth he, "but there be, as ye 2, 63/ 25
is forbidden a priest, but I never wist it 2, 64/ 19
grant her her boon. But when the Earl of 2, 65/ 13
to be a king. But nothing lasteth always; for 2, 66/ 1
not be lost -- but by the discord of 2, 66/ 7
children to be bastards. But that invention, simple as 2, 66/ 12
the Duke of York, but begotten unlawfully by other 2, 66/ 20
in their blood long, but, the truth coming to 2, 67/ 2
married unto the Queen, but was before God husband 2, 67/ 14
Edward was far off. But the Lord Protector, he 2, 67/ 27
in manner, by miracle. But this device quailed, either 2, 68/ 6
to hearken the sermon. But the people were so 2, 68/ 24
look out, for shame, but kept him out of 2, 68/ 28
of known taxes -- but under an easy name 2, 69/ 31
will list to grant, but what the King of 2, 70/ 3
Which never asked little, but everything was hawsed above 2, 70/ 4
speech, pace, or countenance, but without any fear of 2, 72/ 9
among all other nations, but also for that ye 2, 72/ 26
weal we doubt not but ye will; and nevertheless 2, 74/ 26
a tale so well-told. But, were it for wonder 2, 75/ 14
people that stood before, but all was as still 2, 75/ 16
to be spoken unto "but by the Recorder, which 2, 75/ 20
twice rehearsed them himself. But the Recorder so tempered 2, 75/ 29
no part his own. But all this nothing no 2, 75/ 30
not so greatly needed but that the lords of 2, 76/ 4
neither loud nor distinct, but, as it were, the 2, 76/ 14
their heads, marveling thereof; but nothing they said. And 2, 76/ 22
that we doubt not but it shall redound unto 2, 76/ 31
come out unto them but if he first knew 2, 77/ 17
not down unto them, but stood above in a 2, 77/ 27
that they made him, but also thanked them for 2, 79/ 3
likelihood have inclined thereunto. But when he saw there 2, 79/ 27
was none other way but that either he must 2, 79/ 27
his fantasy gave him. But much they talked and 2, 80/ 20
dull that heard them but he perceived well enough 2, 80/ 23
which poor men be but the lookers-on. And they 2, 81/ 8
kind of men -- but specially the lawyers of 2, 81/ 24
rejoiced at and praised, but wise men took it 2, 82/ 2
own destruction ended it. But as he finished his 2, 82/ 15
younger of those two, but for that also that 2, 82/ 25
plainly and openly proved but that yet, for the 2, 82/ 27
compendious process by itself. But in the meantime, for 2, 83/ 3
that I have heard, but after that way that 2, 83/ 5
methinketh it were hard but it should be true 2, 83/ 7
and brethren of blood, but nothing of kin in 2, 84/ 17
he should not reign, but his uncle should have 2, 84/ 29
best comfort he could. But forthwith was the Prince 2, 85/ 4
aught recked of himself, but with that young babe 2, 85/ 8
there made him knight. But he allowed not, as 2, 86/ 3
in manner above written; but whither the bodies were 2, 86/ 13
hanged ere he die. But Sir James Tyrell died 2, 87/ 3
aright on King Richard, but ever feared his own 2, 89/ 16
in fair manner departed.) But surely some right secret 2, 90/ 1
abide the sight thereof, but wried his head another 2, 90/ 13
his head another way. But men say that he 2, 90/ 13
the Duke's uncourteously rejected, but he, both with great 2, 90/ 16
manner departed at Gloucester. But soon after his coming 2, 90/ 17
forsook it in woe, but fled the realm with 2, 90/ 25
-- never came home but to the field. After 2, 91/ 1
content to receive him, but also wooed him to 2, 91/ 3
not, I ween, believe but that if the world 2, 92/ 6
and not King Edward. But after that God had 2, 92/ 8
the party meant it, but as it pleaseth the 2, 93/ 1
wot I well enough. But what an he call 2, 93/ 9
meant it, could deserve but thank. And yet taken 2, 93/ 15
to dispute his title. But for the weal of 2, 93/ 19