CHRIST'S...............1
if the sacraments of Christ's church bear that weight 2, 12/ 15
 
 CHRISTIAN..............1
men, that we be Christian men, this shall I 2, 12/ 9
 
 CHURCH.................4
the sacraments of Christ's church bear that weight with 2, 12/ 15
God and of the Church, the goods of a 2, 32/ 29
out of Saint Peter's church by the arm. And 2, 33/ 2
get out of the church lightly to any place 2, 56/ 9
 
 CIRCUMSPECTLY..........1
him, and the more circumspectly to see to his 2, 41/ 11
 
 CITIZEN................1
her husband an honest citizen, young and goodly and 2, 55/ 9
 
 CITIZENS...............4
hundred horse of the citizens in violet, received him 2, 24/ 19
than to you, the citizens of this noble city 2, 69/ 16
especially ye here, the citizens of this noble city 2, 72/ 18
if ye, the worshipful citizens of this the chief 2, 74/ 24
 
 CITY...................20
so freely into the city, that no one thing 2, 5/ 18
conveyed upward toward the city. But anon the tidings 2, 20/ 17
as specially in the city, the people diversely divining 2, 22/ 17
approached near to the city, Edmund Shaa, goldsmith, then 2, 24/ 16
accompanied him into the city, which he entered the 2, 24/ 21
the elbow of the city, the other in the 2, 30/ 30
from thence through the city honorably into the Tower 2, 42/ 21
death swiftly through the city, and so forth farther 2, 52/ 23
men out of the city into the Tower; and 2, 52/ 27
be made through the city in the King's name 2, 53/ 13
desirous) should frame the city to their appetite. Of 2, 58/ 19
the commons of the city gathered before them -- 2, 69/ 7
citizens of this noble city. For why? That thing 2, 69/ 16
mayor of this noble city! Who is of you 2, 70/ 22
citizens of this noble city -- as well for 2, 72/ 18
prince by this noble city (as his special chamber 2, 72/ 24
and the specially well-renowned city of his realm) much 2, 72/ 25
of this the chief city of this realm, join 2, 74/ 24
the mouth of the city; and haply to him 2, 75/ 21
chief commoners of the city, in their best manner 2, 77/ 9
 
 CLAIM..................1
the crown, putting his claim into the Parliament. Where 2, 6/ 15
 
 CLAIMED................3
brother to the Queen, claimed of the King's former 2, 11/ 6
of Hereford, which he claimed as his inheritance, and 2, 44/ 4
the title which he claimed by inheritance was somewhat 2, 89/ 11
 
 CLAPPED................2
a great anger, he clapped his fist upon the 2, 48/ 27
chamber. Therewith, a door clapped, and in came there 2, 48/ 29
 
 CLARENCE...............6
crown. George, Duke of Clarence, was a goodly, noble 2, 7/ 2
forth his brother of Clarence to his death -- 2, 8/ 23
death, the Duke of Clarence, whose life must needs 2, 9/ 2
the same Duke of Clarence had kept him true 2, 9/ 3
nor the Duke of Clarence were lawfully begotten, nor 2, 66/ 19
nor the Duke of Clarence among those that were 2, 67/ 23
 
 CLEAN..................1
a goodly, continent prince, clean and faultless of himself 2, 54/ 25
 
 CLEAN-MADE.............1
body mighty, strong, and clean-made; howbeit, in his latter 2, 4/ 17
 
 CLEANNESS..............2
to approach priesthood in cleanness as he doth in 2, 62/ 28
so much regard the cleanness of their house, the 2, 72/ 14
 
 CLEAR..................2
every man wist himself clear. Then the Lord Chamberlain 2, 47/ 25
the people, with a clear and a loud voice 2, 69/ 10
 
 CLEARLY................2
till these same were clearly purged and the truth 2, 64/ 32
taken, when it was clearly perceived that there was 2, 65/ 7
 
 CLEFT..................1
his head had been cleft to the teeth; for 2, 49/ 4
 
 CLEMENCY...............1
and that his deceitful clemency might get him the 2, 81/ 26
 
 CLERGY.................1
that, divers of the clergy that were present, whether 2, 32/ 27
 
 CLERIC.................1
they John Shaa -- cleric, brother to the Mayor 2, 58/ 22
 
 CLOCK..................2
about nine of the clock, saluting them courteously and 2, 47/ 3
before ten of the clock that same forenoon; which 2, 53/ 4
 
 CLOSE..................7
Dartford, an house of close nuns; Anne, that was 2, 3/ 12
steadfast hatred. He was close and secret, a deep 2, 8/ 7
-- and keep himself close he would not, lest 2, 18/ 14
though the council were close. For little and little 2, 44/ 30
the common custom of close and covert dealing, men 2, 82/ 28
that in the most close and covert manner he 2, 88/ 7
and so keeping himself close within his bounds that 2, 92/ 1
 
 CLOSED.................1
Rivers understood the gates closed and the ways on 2, 18/ 9
 
 CLOTHES................1
them up among the clothes -- so bewrapped them 2, 85/ 18
 
 COFFERS................1
stuff into sanctuary; chests, coffers, packs, fardels, trusses, all 2, 21/ 21
 
 COGNIZANCE.............1
the boar for his cognizance, this dream made so 2, 50/ 6
 
 COLOR..................6
them in duress without color will let as little 2, 36/ 30
intending to set some color upon the matter, sent 2, 52/ 25
conclusion, when that no color could fasten upon these 2, 54/ 20
could be none other color but to pretend that 2, 59/ 26
to the uttermost. The color and pretext whereof cannot 2, 59/ 34
the Protector built his color by which he pretended 2, 66/ 11
 
 COLORABLE..............1
pleasure. And for the colorable proof thereof, such of 2, 24/ 3
 
 COME...................36
both the parties, were come in presence, the King 2, 11/ 9
jeopardous, the King to come up strong. For whereas 2, 16/ 13
it were likely, to come to a field, though 2, 23/ 22
with her, if she come thence and bide in 2, 29/ 6
it hath done) to come in question, while either 2, 30/ 11
reave and kill, and come in again as though 2, 31/ 15
none can have. Men come not to sanctuary as 2, 32/ 12
to sanctuary as they come to baptism, to require 2, 32/ 13
and these lords were come together in presence, the 2, 34/ 6
yet intend not to come forth and jeopard myself 2, 36/ 23
play, for sickness -- come out of sanctuary, out 2, 38/ 17
when he may not come to it. For taken 2, 40/ 4
tokens of things to come, why thinketh he not 2, 50/ 14
lord! I pray you come on! Whereto talk you 2, 51/ 8
to leave off and come down in the midst 2, 59/ 3
he durst never after come abroad. But the friar 2, 59/ 6
my way when I come to take Orders. For 2, 64/ 18
the Protector should have come in among the people 2, 68/ 1
fearing that he should come ere his sermon could 2, 68/ 10
ere his sermon could come to those words, hastened 2, 68/ 10
thereto -- he was come to them and past 2, 68/ 11
bear you, we be come to break unto you 2, 69/ 12
that thing we be come hither to bring you 2, 69/ 19
this land, devolved and come unto the most excellent 2, 74/ 1
of body that shall come therewith to whosoever so 2, 74/ 14
which was so newly come into that office that 2, 75/ 25
words: "Dear friends, we come to move you to 2, 76/ 3
Protector made difficulty to come out unto them but 2, 77/ 16
he would not yet come too near them till 2, 77/ 28
hath nevertheless so far come in question that some 2, 82/ 20
it, could never since come to light. Very truth 2, 86/ 9
six hundred horses), was come on his way to 2, 88/ 18
word to rise and come ride or he would 2, 89/ 19
also wooed him to come, and had him from 2, 91/ 3
promised there should never come hurt, and peradventure more 2, 92/ 21
for it shall never come near their ear." "In 2, 93/ 12