COMELY.................2
the people cast a comely rud in her cheeks 2, 54/ 32
gesture, and countenance so comely and so convenient, that 2, 75/ 12
 
 COMETH.................2
with the hurt that cometh of them, and ye 2, 30/ 31
which none honest man cometh to lie. Which honorable 2, 73/ 8
 
 COMFORT................9
same message for his comfort, who he thought had 2, 20/ 7
had more need of comfort, as one to whom 2, 20/ 7
whose special pleasure and comfort were to have his 2, 25/ 23
it were as singular comfort to have his natural 2, 34/ 12
tendered), not only great comfort and honor to the 2, 34/ 23
his liberty, to the comfort of them both, than 2, 35/ 24
to many a man's comfort and relief. Where the 2, 56/ 15
others put in good comfort to affirm that she 2, 65/ 1
him in the best comfort he could. But forthwith 2, 85/ 4
 
 COMFORTABLE............2
But for all this comfortable courtesy of the Duke 2, 20/ 10
bide here'; "it were comfortable for them both that 2, 38/ 12
 
 COMFORTED..............1
dismayed, whom the Archbishop comforted in the best manner 2, 21/ 29
 
 COMING.................12
going, some discharging, some coming for more, some breaking 2, 21/ 23
which the dukes were coming up -- that they 2, 23/ 19
him. Thus many things coming together, partly by chance 2, 45/ 6
Tower; and at their coming, himself, with the Duke 2, 52/ 27
long, but, the truth coming to light, the rightful 2, 67/ 3
Whom when he beheld coming, he suddenly left the 2, 68/ 12
to the field or coming from thence. And peace 2, 71/ 23
of other issue lawfully coming of the late noble 2, 73/ 30
and partly distrusted the coming of such number unto 2, 77/ 18
the intent of their coming without his displeasure -- 2, 77/ 32
But soon after his coming home to Brecknock, having 2, 90/ 17
the occasion of his coming, and so keeping himself 2, 92/ 1
 
 COMMANDED..............5
King Edward (albeit he commanded it), when he wist 2, 7/ 14
them -- after silence commanded (upon great pain) in 2, 69/ 7
begin -- notwithstanding, thereunto commanded by the Mayor, made 2, 75/ 27
a proof thereof, he commanded that one Fogge, whom 2, 81/ 32
by which he was commanded to deliver Sir James 2, 84/ 22
 
 COMMANDMENT............8
say; and that without commandment or knowledge of the 2, 8/ 19
the name of "his commandment" to any of our 2, 15/ 17
lodgings about, giving them commandment to make themselves shortly 2, 17/ 25
nothing pertained without especial commandment of the King -- 2, 22/ 31
by the most dread commandment of the King's Highness 2, 53/ 30
me and at my commandment will do nothing for 2, 83/ 27
he had "given him commandment." After which letter delivered 2, 84/ 24
his custody (by the commandment of King Richard) Doctor 2, 90/ 18
 
 COMMEND................3
he shall no less commend his wisdom where he 2, 4/ 15
thy master, man, and commend me to him, and 2, 50/ 22
which marriage many more commend the maiden's fortune than 2, 62/ 13
 
 COMMISSIONERS..........1
and good will," the commissioners so much of every 2, 69/ 32
 
 COMMITTED..............3
life many things unnaturally committed. None evil captain was 2, 7/ 30
openly pardon all offenses committed against him. And to 2, 81/ 31
the Tower for treason committed against the most famous 2, 86/ 10
 
 COMMITTETH.............1
yet since the law committeth to me the custody 2, 39/ 3
 
 COMMODITIES............2
no possessions or other commodities depending thereupon, but only 2, 62/ 10
of discord and the commodities of concord and unity 2, 81/ 28
 
 COMMODITY..............6
counsel for their own commodity, and rather by pleasant 2, 10/ 24
profit, or with the commodity of any man else 2, 15/ 7
it were as great commodity to them both as 2, 35/ 3
might to his own commodity. Then it was agreed 2, 43/ 35
and unto yourselves special commodity, to whom His Majesty 2, 74/ 30
your great weal and commodity, we require ye that 2, 76/ 31
 
 COMMON.................13
hearty favor among the common people, which oftentimes more 2, 5/ 20
private grudges into the common hurt, irritating and provoking 2, 23/ 17
much part of the common people were therewith very 2, 24/ 14
determined that since the common mischief could not be 2, 43/ 34
caused, at length, not common people only, that wave 2, 45/ 7
stay his horse and common a while with a 2, 51/ 6
coronation, but, after the common manner, fell to flattery 2, 59/ 9
jeopardy -- besides the common adventure of open war 2, 71/ 9
inheritance, according to the common law of this land 2, 74/ 1
they might seem to common what was best to 2, 75/ 18
hand. Which thing the common people rejoiced at and 2, 82/ 1
that yet, for the common custom of close and 2, 82/ 28
this duke glad to common with him, fed him 2, 91/ 21
 
 COMMONERS..............1
the aldermen and chief commoners of the city, in 2, 77/ 8
 
 COMMONLY...............5
King's kindred (as women commonly, not of malice but 2, 7/ 7
a sort there be commonly therein, of them whom 2, 30/ 26
then declared he that commonly those children lacked that 2, 66/ 31
place where the doctors commonly stand, in the upper 2, 68/ 23
that near hereabout was commonly his most abiding. And 2, 72/ 21
 
 COMMONS................7
obedience; among themselves, the commons in good peace. The 2, 4/ 30
about him, all the commons of the city gathered 2, 69/ 6
abound, the nobles and commons also of this realm 2, 74/ 5
made rehearsal to the commons of that the Duke 2, 75/ 28
this realm and the commons of other parts might 2, 76/ 4
unto the lords and commons: "Since we perceive well 2, 79/ 29
election, the nobles and commons of this realm, which 2, 80/ 3
 
 COMMOTION..............2
Then was there great commotion and murmur, as well 2, 22/ 16
in making some great commotion for his deliverance; whose 2, 54/ 1
 
 COMMOTIONS.............1
wist the contrary), these commotions were somewhat appeased, but 2, 23/ 26
 
 COMMUNE................1
many other noblemen, to commune and devise about the 2, 44/ 19
 
 COMMUNED...............1
though neither had ever communed with other thereof before 2, 80/ 22
 
 COMMUNICATION..........2
Richard arose (for this communication had he sitting at 2, 84/ 14
after secret meeting and communication had, eftsoons departed. Whereupon 2, 88/ 19
 
 COMMUNICATIONS.........1
the process of their communications the Duke's pride now 2, 91/ 23
 
 COMMUNING..............2
lords so sitting together communing of this matter, the 2, 47/ 2
the lords fast in communing, and thereupon, praying them 2, 47/ 11
 
 COMPANIES..............2
too strait for both companies. And as soon as 2, 18/ 30
themselves, assembled in sundry companies and went, flockmeal, in 2, 22/ 20
 
 COMPANIONABLE..........1
arrogant of heart, outwardly companionable where he inwardly hated 2, 8/ 8
 
 COMPANY................19
the King in wanton company. Her kindred also bore 2, 11/ 4
in manner from their company and attendance of which 2, 14/ 25
remove from the King's company all his mother's friends 2, 16/ 2
speed, with a sober company. Now was the King 2, 17/ 7
the King with his company ready to leap on 2, 18/ 28
adown, with all their company about them. To whom 2, 19/ 1
lodging herself and her company there in the abbot's 2, 21/ 2
youth take in the company of ancient persons, but 2, 26/ 9
-- in whose continual company he shall be so 2, 27/ 11
him, some of that company had haply secret instruction 2, 34/ 1
his natural brother in company as it was their 2, 34/ 13
require were in the company of the King, his 2, 35/ 1
far out of your company -- Your Grace was 2, 35/ 31
kept him much in company. And undoubtedly the Protector 2, 46/ 9
realm, by his evil company, sinister procuring, and ungracious 2, 53/ 23
and write; merry in company, ready and quick of 2, 56/ 3
other noblemen in his company, unto Spain, to entreat 2, 60/ 7
came down, and the company dissolved and departed, the 2, 77/ 2
a great and honorable company, to move a great 2, 77/ 15