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thing, have appointed that butcherly office to some other 2, 8/ 21
 
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hastily drowned in a butt of malmsey, whose death 2, 7/ 13
 
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yet she liveth), is by the benignity of her 2, 3/ 16
land attaining the crown by battle, so heartily beloved 2, 3/ 24
yet after his decease, by the cruelty, mischief, and 2, 4/ 1
to take in hand by which he should be 2, 5/ 3
in which many princes by a long-continued sovereignty decline 2, 5/ 10
Duke of Gloucester -- by nature their uncle, by 2, 6/ 3
by nature their uncle, by office their Protector, to 2, 6/ 3
father beholden, to themselves by oath and allegiance bound 2, 6/ 4
a mighty, began not by war, but by law 2, 6/ 14
not by war, but by law, to challenge the 2, 6/ 15
rejected, the crown was by authority of Parliament entailed 2, 6/ 18
For -- were it by the Queen and the 2, 7/ 5
faultless, attainted was he by Parliament, and judged to 2, 7/ 11
Howbeit, this have I by credible information learned: that 2, 9/ 7
King Edward was departed. "By my troth, man," quoth 2, 9/ 12
and put in hope by the occasion of the 2, 9/ 22
many harms might grow by their debate while the 2, 10/ 18
own commodity, and rather by pleasant advice to win 2, 10/ 24
win themselves favor than by profitable advertisement to do 2, 10/ 25
Dorset, the Queen's son by her first husband, and 2, 10/ 27
see and I feel. By which the less while 2, 11/ 13
childhood must be maintained by men's authority, and slippery 2, 11/ 22
send, then they that by evil means before pleased 2, 12/ 1
than his that is by and by going to 2, 12/ 11
that is by and by going to the place 2, 12/ 11
as among them which by nature and law most 2, 12/ 20
pain than pleasure proved, by God's blessed Lady" -- 2, 13/ 4
we the more beware by what occasion we have 2, 13/ 7
less loss were they, by whom though God did 2, 13/ 13
in his presence (as by their words appeared) each 2, 13/ 29
as it after appeared by their deeds) their hearts 2, 13/ 30
the Prince. That drift by the Queen not unwisely 2, 14/ 16
broke unto them, some by mouth, some by writing 2, 14/ 21
some by mouth, some by writing and secret messengers 2, 14/ 21
in many things ruled by the band, more than 2, 15/ 5
great power, the one by long succession from his 2, 15/ 30
his ancestry, the other by his office and the 2, 15/ 31
-- he secretly, therefore, by divers means, caused the 2, 16/ 11
as yet. But even by and by, in his 2, 19/ 6
But even by and by, in his presence they 2, 19/ 6
the King's other brother by his mother, saying that 2, 19/ 8
good purposes and necessary, by the whole Council at 2, 19/ 16
seen it." And thereupon, by and by after the 2, 21/ 15
And thereupon, by and by after the messenger departed 2, 21/ 15
and out of fear by the message sent him 2, 22/ 3
dawning of the day. By which time he might 2, 22/ 13
his coronation. But then, by and by, the lords 2, 22/ 27
But then, by and by, the lords assembled together 2, 22/ 27
were, for matters attempted by them against the dukes 2, 23/ 7
the matter were, not by the dukes only, but 2, 23/ 12
dukes only, but also by all the other lords 2, 23/ 13
Council, indifferently examined, and by other discretions ordered, and 2, 23/ 14
somewhat appeased, but especially by that that the dukes 2, 23/ 27
with him; and that by her done to none 2, 25/ 28
the King's brother that by the assent of the 2, 25/ 30
her, then shall we, by mine advice, by the 2, 27/ 9
we, by mine advice, by the King's authority fetch 2, 27/ 9
For never shall I, by God's grace, so wed 2, 27/ 16
the mother might be by good means induced to 2, 27/ 22
hundred years ago -- by Saint Peter's own person 2, 28/ 3
great multitude of angels by night -- so specially 2, 28/ 4
where a man is by lawful means in peril 2, 32/ 6
baptism, to require it by their godfathers; he must 2, 32/ 13
thought, agreed plainly that by the law of God 2, 32/ 28
of Saint Peter's church by the arm. And if 2, 33/ 2
life or liberty can by no lawful process stand 2, 33/ 14
or that she should by presence of so many 2, 33/ 30
in his sickness miscarried by nature, yet might he 2, 36/ 1
found a goodly gloss by which that place that 2, 38/ 4
since he hath nothing by descent held by knight's 2, 38/ 29
nothing by descent held by knight's service, the law 2, 38/ 30
the custody of them by whose death he may 2, 39/ 32
took the young duke by the hand, and said 2, 41/ 13
broken unto the Duke by subtle folks, and such 2, 43/ 9
to redeem his offense by benefits, but he should 2, 43/ 18
the doing, some were by their friends secretly warned 2, 45/ 2
things coming together, partly by chance, partly of purpose 2, 45/ 6
mouths." This meant he by Catesby, which was was 2, 45/ 19
of this land, and, by the special favor of 2, 45/ 26
for that he trusted by his death to obtain 2, 46/ 23
sore astonished, musing much by whom this question should 2, 47/ 24
that it was moved by her than by any 2, 47/ 32
moved by her than by any other whom he 2, 47/ 33
to death, which were by his assent before devised 2, 48/ 3
aware that it was by others devised that himself 2, 48/ 5
with their affinity, have by their sorcery and witchcraft 2, 48/ 8
shrive him apace; "for by St. Paul," quoth he 2, 49/ 12
so razed them both by the heads that the 2, 50/ 4
in the night's rest by reason of his day 2, 50/ 12
to make them true by our going, if we 2, 50/ 15
should see it were by other men's falsehood than 2, 50/ 21
but of truth sent by the Protector to hasten 2, 51/ 2
happed the Lord Chamberlain by the way to stay 2, 51/ 5
accused unto King Edward by the Lord Rivers, the 2, 51/ 20
shortly." That meant he by the lords of the 2, 52/ 6
hurt of his realm, by his evil company, sinister 2, 53/ 23
was now put unto by the most dread commandment 2, 53/ 30
whose hope now being by his well-deserved death politicly 2, 54/ 1
all the realm should by God's grace rest in 2, 54/ 2
Paul's, of chance standing by, and comparing the shortness 2, 54/ 10
that it was written by prophecy. Now then, by 2, 54/ 13
by prophecy. Now then, by and by, as it 2, 54/ 13
Now then, by and by, as it were for 2, 54/ 14
one long before departed, by her scalp taken out 2, 55/ 29
shall esteem her only by that they now see 2, 56/ 29
be now famous only by the infamy of their 2, 57/ 3
is not worst proved by her, for at this 2, 57/ 7
was it so devised by the Protector and his 2, 57/ 14
in the presence and by the order of Sir 2, 57/ 20
was all the study by what means this matter 2, 58/ 11
them in stead, either by power or policy. Among 2, 58/ 14
the midst. Doctor Shaa by his sermon lost his 2, 59/ 4
in which he should by the authority of his 2, 59/ 14
to inherit the crown by the Duke of York 2, 59/ 21
York, and the Prince by him. To lay bastardy 2, 59/ 22
to make a suit by petition to the King 2, 60/ 12
of noble blood, especially by her mother, which was 2, 60/ 15
strength to his estate by the affinity, and great 2, 62/ 4
enter thereinto much better by others of his kin 2, 63/ 17
wife rather be ruled by his eye than by 2, 63/ 32
by his eye than by mine own -- as 2, 63/ 33
were bound to marry by the appointment of a 2, 64/ 1
possibility of more inheritance by new affinity in strange 2, 64/ 3
we have already title by that means to so 2, 64/ 5
hath already children -- by God's blessed Lady, I 2, 64/ 10
her husband before God. By reason of which words 2, 64/ 29
albeit that she was by the King's mother and 2, 64/ 34
VI, which was before by King Edward deposed -- 2, 65/ 28
-- and that muchwhat by the power of the 2, 65/ 29
be lost -- but by the discord of his 2, 66/ 7
Protector built his color by which he pretended King 2, 66/ 11
show you, it was by the Protector and his 2, 66/ 15
York, but begotten unlawfully by other persons by the 2, 66/ 20
unlawfully by other persons by the adultery of the 2, 66/ 21
Of which though some, by the ignorance of the 2, 66/ 34
King Henry VI, entailed by authority of Parliament. Then 2, 67/ 11
duke, as those that by their favors more resembled 2, 67/ 25
he was specially chosen by God and, in manner 2, 68/ 6
God and, in manner, by miracle. But this device 2, 68/ 6
this device quailed, either by the Protector's negligence or 2, 68/ 7
while the Protector found by the way tarrying lest 2, 68/ 8
remember you of examples by name -- as though 2, 70/ 12
in haste cruelly beheaded, by the misconstruing of the 2, 70/ 15
of these any more by name, since there be 2, 70/ 29
persons greatly endangered, either by feigned quarrels or small 2, 70/ 31
inheritance, attained the crown by battle, it sufficed in 2, 71/ 3
In whose time and by whose occasion, what about 2, 71/ 16
town ransacked and spoiled by them that have been 2, 71/ 23
for that the prince by this noble city (as 2, 72/ 23
that house that now, by God's grace, better shall 2, 72/ 30
and of France is by the high authority of 2, 73/ 32
of the same is, by the just course of 2, 73/ 33
that will help." And by and by, somewhat louder 2, 75/ 9
help." And by and by, somewhat louder, he rehearsed 2, 75/ 9
as rounding among them, by which they might seem 2, 75/ 17
be spoken unto "but by the Recorder, which is 2, 75/ 20
-- notwithstanding, thereunto commanded by the Mayor, made rehearsal 2, 75/ 28
and so much set by you, that we would 2, 76/ 6
they sent unto him by the messenger such loving 2, 77/ 22
redress and amendment thereof, by taking upon him the 2, 78/ 16
partly knew the things by them alleged to be 2, 78/ 26
be, were now, partly by good policy, partly more 2, 79/ 11
good policy, partly more by God's special providence than 2, 79/ 11
answer given, the Duke, by the Protector's license, a 2, 79/ 12
whom the crown can by so just title appertain 2, 79/ 33
from this day forward by us and our heirs 2, 80/ 10
and defend; the other, by God's grace and your 2, 80/ 11
every man wotteth well, by the paying for his 2, 80/ 28
as compelled thereunto -- by his own will. And 2, 80/ 31
him, and call him by his own name while 2, 81/ 4
out of the sanctuary by (for thither had he 2, 81/ 34
people he took him by the hand. Which thing 2, 82/ 1
only that Perkin Warbeck, by many folks' malice and 2, 82/ 22
in any compendious process by itself. But in the 2, 83/ 3
I have so heard by such men and such 2, 83/ 6
refuse" -- meaning this by Sir James Tyrell, which 2, 83/ 30
well served God and by grace obtained as much 2, 84/ 2
hindered and kept under by the means of Sir 2, 84/ 5
peer -- kept him by secret drifts out of 2, 84/ 9
put him forward and by such wise do him 2, 84/ 11
Brackenbury with a letter by which he was commanded 2, 84/ 22
entangled them, keeping down by force the featherbed and 2, 85/ 19
wretches perceived -- first by the struggling with the 2, 85/ 24
in such place as, by the occasion of his 2, 86/ 8
in the realm -- by traitorous tyranny taken, deprived 2, 86/ 17
cast God wot where, by the cruel ambition of 2, 86/ 19
For I have heard by credible report, of such 2, 87/ 10
title which he claimed by inheritance was somewhat interlaced 2, 89/ 11
title to the crown by the line of King 2, 89/ 12
there in his custody (by the commandment of King 2, 90/ 18
Edward's death first taken by the tyrant for his 2, 91/ 6
King Edward's daughter -- by which his faith declared 2, 91/ 9
benefit to the realm by the conjunction of those 2, 91/ 10
about to tell you, by the long and often 2, 91/ 18
adverse fortune, had gotten by great experience (the very 2, 91/ 19
pleasant praises; and, perceiving by the process of their 2, 91/ 22
the realm should take by his reign, my lord 2, 92/ 4
the lion meant not by thee. For it is 2, 93/ 8