CHAMBERLAIN'S..........1
Leicester, where the Lord Chamberlain's power chiefly lay. But 2, 45/ 28
 
 CHAMBERS...............1
quickly bestowed in diverse chambers -- except the Lord 2, 49/ 11
 
 CHANCE.................3
coming together, partly by chance, partly of purpose, caused 2, 45/ 6
schoolmaster of Paul's, of chance standing by, and comparing 2, 54/ 10
her. But meseemeth the chance so much the more 2, 56/ 30
 
 CHANCELLOR.............4
Archbishop of York (then Chancellor of England), to his 2, 21/ 5
the Archbishop of York, Chancellor of England, which had 2, 25/ 1
of York (then Lord Chancellor), the Bishop of Ely 2, 44/ 17
Archbishop of Canterbury and Chancellor of England, whereunto the 2, 91/ 14
 
 CHANGE.................6
hours so great a change marvelously misliked. Howbeit, since 2, 18/ 13
shall be ready to change it upon your better 2, 27/ 18
this manner of sudden change, and what thing should 2, 47/ 19
seen a sign of change. But I shall rather 2, 51/ 12
all this nothing no change made in the people 2, 75/ 31
would marvel whereof that change grew. And surely the 2, 89/ 6
 
 CHANGED................4
or else that nature changed her course in his 2, 7/ 28
chamber among them, all changed, with a wonderful sour 2, 47/ 15
that you would have changed, but if you would 2, 55/ 25
with God's mercy, well changed his life. This man 2, 91/ 17
 
 CHAPEL.................1
the green beside the chapel within the Tower, and 2, 49/ 21
 
 CHAPLAIN...............1
to King Edward faithful chaplain, and glad would have 2, 92/ 11
 
 CHARGE.................4
there laid to his charge, and finally, were he 2, 7/ 10
master gave him in charge not to forbear his 2, 21/ 8
laid heinously to her charge the thing that herself 2, 54/ 21
any necessary or honorable charge. So that there was 2, 69/ 28
 
 CHARITY................1
less move us to charity than the respect of 2, 12/ 17
 
 CHARNEL................1
taken out of the charnel house. For now is 2, 55/ 30
 
 CHASTITY...............2
esteemed her continence and chastity that he set her 2, 61/ 27
of their house, the chastity of their wives and 2, 72/ 14
 
 CHEEKS.................1
comely rud in her cheeks (of which she before 2, 54/ 32
 
 CHEER..................5
friendly and so familiar cheer, and sent venison from 2, 5/ 17
that night much friendly cheer between these dukes and 2, 17/ 16
with this last night's cheer, in so few hours 2, 18/ 12
to be of good cheer, all should be well 2, 20/ 4
be ye of good cheer. For I assure you 2, 22/ 6
 
 CHERISH................1
more tenderly like to cherish him than his own 2, 35/ 16
 
 CHERISHED..............1
shall be so well cherished and so honorably treated 2, 27/ 12
 
 CHESTS.................1
her stuff into sanctuary; chests, coffers, packs, fardels, trusses 2, 21/ 21
 
 CHIEF..................8
needs have been their chief defense. For Richard the 2, 6/ 2
party laboreth to be chief, flattery shall have more 2, 11/ 28
best, and at last chief and above the best 2, 12/ 27
and other lords, the chief of his band, wrote 2, 17/ 3
they devised. But the chief thing and the weighty 2, 59/ 18
honor to Markham, then Chief Justice, that left his 2, 70/ 17
citizens of this the chief city of this realm 2, 74/ 24
all the aldermen and chief commoners of the city 2, 77/ 8
 
 CHIEFEST...............1
that it was the chiefest duty of a king 2, 81/ 21
 
 CHIEFLY................2
other men and also chiefly to the Duke of 2, 42/ 27
the Lord Chamberlain's power chiefly lay. But surely great 2, 45/ 28
 
 CHILD..................18
-- then if a child will take sanctuary because 2, 33/ 4
necessity to have the child be with the mother 2, 35/ 26
keeping, where if the child in his sickness miscarried 2, 35/ 35
with strangers. But the child "cannot require the privilege 2, 38/ 21
may you take my child from me? He is 2, 38/ 28
the law give a child a guardian only for 2, 39/ 4
obtain privilege for my child, I need not far 2, 39/ 8
in question whether my child may take benefit of 2, 39/ 11
hither, being great with child, and here I bore 2, 39/ 17
the mother keep her child, God's law privilegeth the 2, 39/ 27
should perceive toward the child any evil intended. The 2, 40/ 23
she said unto the child, "Farewell, my own sweet 2, 42/ 8
her way, leaving the child weeping as fast. When 2, 42/ 12
a process, that every child might well perceive that 2, 54/ 6
long before, gotten with child. Wherefore the King's mother 2, 64/ 25
kindly get her with child. This examination solemnly taken 2, 65/ 6
realm that hath a child to their king." Wherefore 2, 74/ 18
have been that his child had succeeded him. Howbeit 2, 92/ 11
 
 CHILD'S................4
among yourselves in a child's reign fall at debate 2, 13/ 15
and heaviness, bewailing her child's ruin, her friends' mischance 2, 20/ 26
so sore against my child's honor, and theirs also 2, 36/ 20
you well, is no child's office. And that the 2, 74/ 16
 
 CHILDHOOD..............1
haply would suffice. But childhood must be maintained by 2, 11/ 21
 
 CHILDISH...............1
though it be a childish fear, yet is there 2, 33/ 7
 
 CHILDREN...............27
been to his noble children (having in themselves also 2, 5/ 24
he did) while his children were young. And they 2, 8/ 29
the youth of his children -- albeit he nothing 2, 10/ 16
the youth of his children should lack discretion of 2, 10/ 19
advertisement to do the children good -- he called 2, 10/ 25
you, such be my children like to find you 2, 11/ 15
under your cousins my children, if God send them 2, 13/ 11
heard erst of sanctuary children. And therefore, as for 2, 33/ 9
most necessary about your children -- and so would 2, 35/ 19
with their peers, or children could not play but 2, 38/ 19
uncle? Each of these children is other's defense while 2, 41/ 28
Protector had both the children in his hands, he 2, 42/ 24
himself or in his children, or both, so that 2, 59/ 20
surmise in King Edward's children -- that would he 2, 59/ 33
widow and hath already children -- by God's blessed 2, 64/ 10
he pretended King Edward's children to be bastards. But 2, 66/ 12
were not the very children of the Duke of 2, 66/ 20
Prince and all his children bastards that were begotten 2, 66/ 23
he that commonly those children lacked that grace, and 2, 66/ 31
Lucy, and so his children bastards. And besides that 2, 67/ 15
very surely for the children of the noble duke 2, 67/ 24
their wives and their children, that them were liefer 2, 72/ 15
open unto you, the children of King Edward the 2, 73/ 15
King Edward and his children, that so much more 2, 78/ 27
wise put the two children to death. This John 2, 83/ 18
about midnight, the seely children lying in their beds 2, 85/ 17
-- these innocent, tender children, born of most royal 2, 86/ 15
 
 CHOICE.................2
that I should in choice of a wife rather 2, 63/ 32
mine own liberty in choice of my own marriage 2, 64/ 2
 
 CHOOSING...............1
this realm besides, in choosing them so good a 2, 74/ 29
 
 CHOSEN.................2
made the only man chosen, and thought most meet 2, 24/ 27
that he was specially chosen by God and, in 2, 68/ 6