CALAIS.................1
made him captain of Calais (which office the Lord 2, 11/ 5
 
 CALL...................3
fraud. And where they call it a thing so 2, 36/ 19
hath with him, and call him by his own 2, 81/ 3
But what an he call it an horn -- 2, 93/ 10
 
 CALLED.................7
as is in states called warlike, in other men 2, 7/ 21
order. Free was he called of dispense, and somewhat 2, 8/ 4
children good -- he called some of them before 2, 10/ 26
his servants to be called up, and so, with 2, 21/ 16
With that, the Recorder, called Fitzwilliam, a sad man 2, 75/ 24
he from that time called), and the people departed 2, 80/ 18
them -- only one (called "Black Will," or "William 2, 85/ 6
 
 CALLING................2
late Duke of York, calling him "father to the 2, 67/ 8
bed so soon?" and calling up Sir James, broke 2, 84/ 19
 
 CAME...................31
uncut, and that he came into the world with 2, 7/ 25
Mistlebrook, long ere morning, came in great haste to 2, 9/ 9
of Gloucester and Buckingham came thither. Where remained behind 2, 17/ 9
as soon as they came in his presence, they 2, 18/ 30
a goodly array they came to the King, and 2, 19/ 3
tidings of this matter came hastily to the Queen 2, 20/ 18
the abbot's place. Now came there one, in like 2, 21/ 3
Seal with him and came, yet before day, unto 2, 21/ 18
were so near, and came so shortly on with 2, 23/ 28
thereupon all the Council came unto the Star Chamber 2, 33/ 26
thing unready, this message came on her so suddenly 2, 40/ 30
that day they never came abroad. When the Protector 2, 42/ 23
parts of the realm, came thick to that solemnity 2, 44/ 14
this matter, the Protector came in among them -- 2, 47/ 2
door clapped, and in came there rushing men in 2, 48/ 29
ere he were up, came a knight unto him 2, 51/ 1
defense such harness as came next to hand; and 2, 53/ 5
the mean season there came, to make a suit 2, 60/ 12
against the King, and came so fast upon him 2, 65/ 16
matters ere the Protector came. Whom when he beheld 2, 68/ 12
following this sermon, there came unto the Guildhall in 2, 69/ 2
And therewith the lords came down, and the company 2, 77/ 1
some of those that came thither with the Duke 2, 77/ 3
or knowledge whether they came for good or harm 2, 77/ 19
at the last he came forth of his chamber 2, 77/ 26
such a council) and came out into the pallet 2, 84/ 15
lying in their beds, came into the chamber and 2, 85/ 17
death of King Edward, came to York and there 2, 88/ 3
his trusty servant, who came to John Ward, a 2, 88/ 5
soon as the Duke came home, he so lightly 2, 89/ 4
in prison -- never came home but to the 2, 91/ 1
 
 CAN....................20
counsel, which neither they can have but ye give 2, 11/ 23
than any man here can divine. "Wherefore, methinketh it 2, 26/ 24
wise and faithful advertisement can move her nor any 2, 27/ 8
he neither is nor can be a sanctuary man 2, 31/ 27
needeth nor also none can have. Men come not 2, 32/ 12
neither king nor pope can give any place such 2, 32/ 25
would ween if she can allege none other cause 2, 32/ 34
keep it. But he can be no sanctuary man 2, 33/ 12
whose life or liberty can by no lawful process 2, 33/ 14
that think that he can have no privilege in 2, 37/ 15
this place which neither can have will to ask 2, 37/ 16
was. But my son can "deserve" no sanctuary, and 2, 38/ 2
than a kingdom! I can no more, but whosoever 2, 40/ 2
ye of yourselves nor can lack help in this 2, 42/ 3
is never thence, never can there be thing once 2, 45/ 17
pulled up ere it can be rooted deep. And 2, 67/ 5
noble duke, whose remembrance can never die while he 2, 68/ 20
heard of him that can better tell it, and 2, 73/ 1
whom no man earthly can govern against their wills 2, 79/ 31
to whom the crown can by so just title 2, 79/ 33
 
 CANNOT.................10
But since things past cannot be gaincalled, much ought 2, 13/ 7
Marquis hath done, I cannot say. But in good 2, 19/ 19
pleasure -- which he cannot in this tender youth 2, 26/ 8
without small things greater cannot stand. And verily, it 2, 26/ 16
without recreation and play cannot endure, nor any stranger 2, 34/ 28
sanctuary, and therefore he cannot have it? Forsooth, he 2, 38/ 3
strangers. But the child "cannot require the privilege." Who 2, 38/ 21
cause. And if ye cannot elsewhere, then may you 2, 42/ 4
color and pretext whereof cannot be well perceived but 2, 59/ 34
with them, when they cannot play their parts, they 2, 81/ 10
 
 CANTERBURY.............1
made him Archbishop of Canterbury and Chancellor of England 2, 91/ 14
 
 CAPS...................1
and threw up their caps in token of joy 2, 76/ 20
 
 CAPTAIN................2
unnaturally committed. None evil captain was he in the 2, 7/ 30
King had made him captain of Calais (which office 2, 11/ 5
 
 CARDINAL...............11
here present, my Lord Cardinal, who may in this 2, 26/ 30
rumor, that the Lord Cardinal should first essay to 2, 33/ 24
Westminster. And the Lord Cardinal, leaving the Protector with 2, 33/ 27
in presence, the Lord Cardinal showed unto her that 2, 34/ 7
good madam," quoth the Cardinal, "but that Your Grace 2, 35/ 18
destruction without cause." The Cardinal made a countenance to 2, 36/ 32
enemy were!" The Lord Cardinal, perceiving that the Queen 2, 40/ 8
forasmuch her seemed the Cardinal more ready to depart 2, 40/ 25
fast. When the Lord Cardinal and these other lords 2, 42/ 13
had set the Lord Cardinal, the Archbishop of York 2, 44/ 16
joined the honor of Cardinal. Thus living many days 2, 91/ 15
 
 CARDINAL'S.............1
over that, of the Cardinal's faith she nothing doubted 2, 41/ 7
 
 CARE...................2
am I moved to care in what case I 2, 11/ 14
musing, sore wearied with care and watch, rather slumbered 2, 87/ 17
 
 CAREFUL................1
young king would be careful for their deaths whose 2, 43/ 15
 
 CARPET.................1
draught -- a convenient carpet for such a council 2, 84/ 15
 
 CARRIAGE...............2
rumble, haste, and busyness; carriage and conveyance of her 2, 21/ 20
privily conveyed in their carriage to destroy the noble 2, 24/ 9
 
 CARRIED................1
would make him be carried. Whereupon he rode on 2, 89/ 20
 
 CARRY..................1
them that helped to carry a wrong way. The 2, 21/ 25
 
 CARTS..................1
as rode with the carts of their stuff that 2, 24/ 4
 
 CASE...................6
to be king in case that the king his 2, 8/ 27
to care in what case I leave you; for 2, 11/ 14
less reason in our case than in that. For 2, 33/ 6
Queen. "And yet the case is not like; for 2, 35/ 33
now sick. In which case I marvel greatly that 2, 35/ 34
Lord pardon. A marvelous case is it to hear 2, 49/ 25