CAST...................10
be brought away or cast away), they showed unto 2, 24/ 7
hands. For if she cast such fond doubts that 2, 29/ 15
let his brother be cast away under our noses 2, 29/ 31
prove, with some words cast out afar off, whether 2, 46/ 12
therefor that afterward was cast away. These lords so 2, 47/ 1
is a gay, goodly cast, foul cast away for 2, 54/ 12
gay, goodly cast, foul cast away for haste." And 2, 54/ 12
wondering of the people cast a comely rud in 2, 54/ 32
they that stood before cast back their heads, marveling 2, 76/ 21
and murdered, their bodies cast God wot where, by 2, 86/ 19
 
 CASTLE.................1
together, resorted unto Baynard's Castle, where the Protector lay 2, 77/ 10
 
 CATCH..................1
Duke, and trains to catch him if he should 2, 43/ 24
 
 CATESBY................7
This meant he by Catesby, which was was of 2, 45/ 19
beholden as was this Catesby, which was a man 2, 45/ 24
that council intended where Catesby was. And of truth 2, 46/ 4
which cause he moved Catesby to prove, with some 2, 46/ 12
into their part. But Catesby, whether he essayed him 2, 46/ 14
very trust showed unto Catesby the mistrust that others 2, 46/ 18
Radcliff and Sir William Catesby, which, longing for no 2, 84/ 6
 
 CATHERINE..............1
Earl of Surrey. And Catherine, which, long time tossed 2, 3/ 14
 
 CAUGHT.................1
going, if we were caught and brought back (as 2, 50/ 16
 
 CAUSE..................23
the Parliament. Where his cause was, either for right 2, 6/ 16
Gloucester, be king!" What cause he had so to 2, 9/ 14
never had so great cause of hatred as ye 2, 12/ 8
worse for the self cause that you ought to 2, 12/ 18
new atonement. For which cause they should assemble on 2, 16/ 21
he saw no such cause in himself -- he 2, 18/ 16
yet were there no cause to think that we 2, 28/ 28
the only ground and cause of all sanctuaries. From 2, 32/ 8
since no man hath cause to have it but 2, 32/ 14
can allege none other cause, he may lawfully, without 2, 33/ 1
procure their destruction without cause." The Cardinal made a 2, 36/ 31
greedy without any substantial cause to have him, this 2, 37/ 10
your causeless fear might cause you further to convey 2, 37/ 14
to the crown. The cause of my fear hath 2, 39/ 30
lack help in this cause. And if ye cannot 2, 42/ 3
their purpose. For which cause he moved Catesby to 2, 46/ 12
had the boar a cause likely to raze us 2, 50/ 17
body. And for this cause -- as a goodly 2, 54/ 24
he had as singular cause well and kindly to 2, 72/ 22
so much the more cause have we to thank 2, 74/ 19
kinsmen could amend his cause and make him a 2, 83/ 13
much knew and little cause had to lie, were 2, 86/ 14
said was the only cause for which he procured 2, 92/ 23
 
 CAUSED.................8
therefore, by divers means, caused the Queen to be 2, 16/ 11
the messenger departed, he caused in all the haste 2, 21/ 16
frowardness, or folly that caused her to keep him 2, 27/ 14
chance, partly of purpose, caused, at length, not common 2, 45/ 7
men's manners -- he caused the bishop of London 2, 54/ 26
and his party) -- caused them hastily, without judgment 2, 57/ 30
the sight of them, caused those murderers to bury 2, 85/ 28
advertised of his desire, caused him in the dead 2, 88/ 9
 
 CAUSELESS..............1
keep him, lest your causeless fear might cause you 2, 37/ 14
 
 CAUSES.................4
not always for great causes. Sometimes a thing right 2, 12/ 5
well for many greater causes as also for their 2, 34/ 25
his mother); for these causes, I say, fore-remembered -- 2, 73/ 29
purpose, with all the causes moving them thereunto, as 2, 78/ 11
 
 CAUSING................1
to his coronation -- causing the fame to be 2, 23/ 30
 
 CEASE..................1
a thing that should cease great murmur in the 2, 27/ 21
 
 CEASED.................2
that thereby shall be ceased the slanderous rumor and 2, 27/ 4
of his reign never ceased there cruel death and 2, 82/ 14
 
 CECILY.................1
mother unto the Eighth; Cecily, not so fortunate as 2, 3/ 9
 
 CERTAIN................11
that he never intended), certain is it that he 2, 9/ 25
one thing was he certain: that if his intent 2, 10/ 8
lay, they had bestowed certain of their folk, that 2, 18/ 2
men since, of a certain religious fear, have not 2, 31/ 22
more boldly, both to certain other men and also 2, 42/ 26
or else of a certain kind of fidelity to 2, 48/ 22
and went his way. Certain is it also that 2, 50/ 26
reverence or for a certain friendly faithfulness. Proper she 2, 55/ 23
the Easter after. But certain is it that Doctor 2, 59/ 11
confirmation of this sentence certain examples taken out of 2, 67/ 6
as I have for certain been informed -- as 2, 88/ 1
 
 CERTAINLY..............1
friend) answered and said, "Certainly, my lord, if they 2, 48/ 23
 
 CERTAINTY..............1
point is there no certainty, and whoso divineth upon 2, 9/ 5
 
 CERTES.................1
What thing is that? Certes, the surety of your 2, 69/ 20
 
 CHAFE..................1
began to kindle and chafe and speak sore, biting 2, 40/ 9
 
 CHALLENGE..............1
but by law, to challenge the crown, putting his 2, 6/ 15
 
 CHAMBER................13
he might in his chamber window see all the 2, 22/ 13
came unto the Star Chamber at Westminster. And the 2, 33/ 26
Council in the Star Chamber, departed into the sanctuary 2, 33/ 28
him into the Star Chamber, where the Protector took 2, 42/ 14
he returned into the chamber among them, all changed 2, 47/ 15
cried "Treason!" without the chamber. Therewith, a door clapped 2, 48/ 28
as many as the chamber might hold. And anon 2, 48/ 30
city (as his special chamber and the specially well-renowned 2, 72/ 24
came forth of his chamber -- and yet not 2, 77/ 26
out into the pallet chamber, on which he found 2, 84/ 16
beds, came into the chamber and suddenly lapped them 2, 85/ 18
and run about the chamber -- so was his 2, 87/ 19
him in his secret chamber, where Persale, after his 2, 88/ 10
 
 CHAMBERER..............1
to John Ward, a chamberer of like secret trust 2, 88/ 5
 
 CHAMBERERS.............1
were secret with his chamberers, that after this abominable 2, 87/ 10
 
 CHAMBERLAIN............19
noble man then Lord Chamberlain, against whom the Queen 2, 11/ 1
Richard, Lord Hastings and Chamberlain; both men of honor 2, 15/ 29
midnight, from the Lord Chamberlain unto the Archbishop of 2, 21/ 4
him from the Lord Chamberlain. "Ah, woe worth him 2, 22/ 3
divers rooms. The Lord Chamberlain and some others kept 2, 25/ 9
Lord Hastings (then Lord Chamberlain), with many other noblemen 2, 44/ 18
favor of the Lord Chamberlain, in good authority, and 2, 45/ 26
of truth, the Lord Chamberlain of very trust showed 2, 46/ 17
clear. Then the Lord Chamberlain, as he that for 2, 47/ 26
birth. Nevertheless, the Lord Chamberlain (which from the death 2, 48/ 19
-- except the Lord Chamberlain, whom the Protector bade 2, 49/ 11
it happed the Lord Chamberlain by the way to 2, 51/ 5
other time the Lord Chamberlain had been accused unto 2, 51/ 19
them that the Lord Chamberlain and others of his 2, 52/ 31
slander of the Lord Chamberlain, as that he was 2, 53/ 20
counsel with the Lord Chamberlain to destroy him -- 2, 54/ 20
King died, the Lord Chamberlain took her; which in 2, 55/ 21
in which the Lord Chamberlain was beheaded in the 2, 57/ 16
Now, when the Lord Chamberlain and these other lords 2, 58/ 3