CONTENTED..............2
shall be with reason contented, and all thing in 2, 28/ 15
the parties could be contented, than to marry himself 2, 63/ 17
 
 CONTINENCE.............1
so much esteemed her continence and chastity that he 2, 61/ 27
 
 CONTINENT..............1
-- as a goodly, continent prince, clean and faultless 2, 54/ 25
 
 CONTINUAL..............1
presence -- in whose continual company he shall be 2, 27/ 11
 
 CONTINUALLY............2
was his restless heart continually tossed and tumbled with 2, 87/ 19
say that ever after, continually, each of them lived 2, 89/ 23
 
 CONTINUE...............2
pray God long to continue. And as all you 2, 39/ 14
used any longer to continue, have condescended and fully 2, 74/ 8
 
 CONTINUED..............3
contracted in one hour, continued yet scant a fortnight 2, 15/ 23
have been of long continued, I am not he 2, 30/ 4
and from thence still continued with, partner of all 2, 89/ 2
 
 CONTINUETH.............1
so provideth that it continueth not in their blood 2, 67/ 2
 
 CONTRACTED.............1
an hoverly kindness, suddenly contracted in one hour, continued 2, 15/ 23
 
 CONTRARY...............7
part he wist the contrary), these commotions were somewhat 2, 23/ 26
anything perceive to the contrary. For never shall I 2, 27/ 16
resolute answer to the contrary, he would forthwith depart 2, 40/ 16
another place contriving the contrary, and to make the 2, 44/ 20
before occasion of the contrary, and of new intended 2, 79/ 10
resolute answer to the contrary, which they would be 2, 79/ 23
I would swear the contrary, Your Lordship would not 2, 92/ 5
 
 CONTRIVED..............4
or the world unnaturally contrived to bereave them not 2, 6/ 7
is it that he contrived their destruction, with the 2, 9/ 25
which were taken had contrived the destruction of the 2, 23/ 32
of his conspiracy had contrived to have suddenly destroyed 2, 53/ 1
 
 CONTRIVER..............1
partner and one special contriver of all this horrible 2, 46/ 25
 
 CONTRIVING.............1
they in another place contriving the contrary, and to 2, 44/ 20
 
 CONVENIENCE............1
any stranger for the convenience of their both ages 2, 34/ 29
 
 CONVENIENT.............9
treat, it is therefore convenient somewhat to show you 2, 6/ 10
And nevertheless of estate convenient to accompany his noble 2, 26/ 11
to be thereto most convenient, took upon him to 2, 27/ 24
that it were very convenient that this gentleman whom 2, 34/ 32
think they yet more convenient that the Duke of 2, 35/ 23
the devise of some convenient pretext for which the 2, 59/ 16
in all other things convenient for you, should yet 2, 62/ 25
so comely and so convenient, that every man much 2, 75/ 12
the draught -- a convenient carpet for such a 2, 84/ 15
 
 CONVERSATION...........1
but in the familiar conversation of those that be 2, 26/ 10
 
 CONVEY.................4
frowardness or fond fear convey him away. And yet 2, 30/ 1
her no respite to convey him; which she was 2, 34/ 3
cause you further to convey him. And many be 2, 37/ 14
taken thence; and to convey him elsewhere, neither had 2, 40/ 28
 
 CONVEYANCE.............1
and busyness; carriage and conveyance of her stuff into 2, 21/ 20
 
 CONVEYED...............6
his people from thence conveyed, was interred at Windsor 2, 3/ 20
that his drift, covertly conveyed, lacked not in helping 2, 8/ 22
and humble reverence he conveyed upward toward the city 2, 20/ 17
these traitors had privily conveyed in their carriage to 2, 24/ 9
should haply be shortly conveyed to his farther liberty 2, 25/ 17
he could not be conveyed out untaken -- and 2, 41/ 3
 
 COOK...................1
gave that judgment. What? Cook, your own worshipful neighbor 2, 70/ 21
 
 COPE...................1
the abbey Saint Peter's cope to show) that from 2, 28/ 6
 
 CORNER.................1
in so vile a corner, saying that he would 2, 86/ 4
 
 CORONATION.............15
him up to his coronation accompanied with such power 2, 16/ 6
upon but about the coronation and honor of the 2, 16/ 15
the disturbance of his coronation. But then, by and 2, 22/ 26
and disturbing the King's coronation, toward which the dukes 2, 23/ 19
semblance, than to his coronation -- causing the fame 2, 23/ 30
to prepare for the coronation of the young king 2, 44/ 9
and devise about the coronation in one place, as 2, 44/ 19
solemnity of the King's coronation, of which the time 2, 46/ 30
the Protector before the coronation, the other after; both 2, 59/ 1
the matter before the coronation, but, after the common 2, 59/ 9
was appointed for the coronation of his nephew. Now 2, 82/ 11
King Richard, after his coronation, taking his way to 2, 83/ 7
till that after his coronation they departed, as it 2, 89/ 3
a little before the coronation, among other things required 2, 89/ 8
through London toward his coronation, he feigned himself sick 2, 89/ 17
 
 CORPULENT..............1
with overliberal diet, somewhat corpulent and burly, and nevertheless 2, 4/ 19
 
 CORRECTED..............1
were to see sin corrected, yet pitied they more 2, 55/ 4
 
 CORRUPT................1
it more of a corrupt intent than any virtuous 2, 55/ 6
 
 CORRUPTED..............1
they would not be corrupted. Then thought she it 2, 41/ 10
 
 COST...................4
if we should needs cost fall in peril one 2, 50/ 19
without your labor, pain, cost, adventure, or jeopardy. What 2, 69/ 20
winning again, it hath cost more English blood than 2, 71/ 17
not without your great cost and sundry perils and 2, 72/ 27
 
 COULD..................63
the people, for neither could any one man's pleasure 2, 4/ 23
towardness, as their age could receive) a marvelous fortress 2, 5/ 26
man this was, that could find in his heart 2, 6/ 11
her travail that she could not be delivered of 2, 7/ 25
as many as he could; and those that could 2, 10/ 6
could; and those that could not be won might 2, 10/ 6
Which things if I could as well have foreseen 2, 13/ 3
was there present that could refrain from weeping. But 2, 13/ 26
good words as they could, and answering for the 2, 13/ 27
misliked. Howbeit, since he could not get away -- 2, 18/ 14
ure therewith, and therefore could bear it the better 2, 20/ 9
the best manner he could, showing her that he 2, 21/ 30
to sanctuary, nor none could pass unsearched. Then was 2, 22/ 15
devoir. Howbeit, if she could be in no wise 2, 27/ 26
person, neither was nor could be any manner jeopardy 2, 37/ 2
and in what place could I reckon him sure 2, 37/ 30
pretext; as though there could none be found to 2, 38/ 15
young as they be could not play but with 2, 38/ 18
their peers, or children could not play but with 2, 38/ 19
gay matter. Suppose he could not ask it; suppose 2, 38/ 23
And if my privilege could not serve him, nor 2, 39/ 2
so dull that they could nothing perceive what the 2, 40/ 20
she verily thought she could not keep him there 2, 40/ 27
places about that he could not be conveyed out 2, 41/ 2
doubt not but I could here keep safe if 2, 41/ 20
such that a man could not well tell whom 2, 43/ 27
enterprise, which he believed could not be avoided, he 2, 43/ 32
since the common mischief could not be amended, he 2, 43/ 34
as his inheritance, and could never obtain it in 2, 44/ 5
thought he that there could be none harm toward 2, 46/ 3
afar off, whether he could think it possible to 2, 46/ 13
tokens of that he could not avoid. For the 2, 49/ 26
death and the proclaiming could scant have sufficed unto 2, 54/ 7
when that no color could fasten upon these matters 2, 54/ 20
the thing that herself could not deny, that all 2, 54/ 22
man and one that could his good -- not 2, 55/ 18
wit had she, and could both read well and 2, 56/ 2
one whom no man could get out of the 2, 56/ 9
the crown, ere men could have time to devise 2, 58/ 10
that no man's ears could abide them. Penker in 2, 59/ 2
for in that point could be none other color 2, 59/ 26
-- and that he could not well otherwise do 2, 62/ 5
where all the parties could be contented, than to 2, 63/ 17
set thereon that she could not pull him back 2, 64/ 21
upon him, ere he could be able to resist 2, 65/ 16
left it that it could not be lost -- 2, 66/ 6
come ere his sermon could come to those words 2, 68/ 10
great, of which there could lack a pretext. For 2, 71/ 2
own brother? Or who could perfectly love him, if 2, 71/ 28
if his own brother could not? What manner of 2, 71/ 29
never desirous, that he could not find in his 2, 78/ 29
an oration as he could, he went about to 2, 81/ 23
not reckon that he could have right to the 2, 83/ 11
killing of his kinsmen could amend his cause and 2, 83/ 13
had except the devil could never have done him 2, 84/ 13
the best comfort he could. But forthwith was the 2, 85/ 4
which only knew it, could never since come to 2, 86/ 8
bodies were removed, they could nothing tell. And thus 2, 86/ 13
most secret wise he could, one Persale, his trusty 2, 88/ 4
that he never after could endure to look aright 2, 89/ 15
high-minded man, and evil could bear the glory of 2, 90/ 10
Protector's head, his eye could not abide the sight 2, 90/ 12
God I meant it, could deserve but thank. And 2, 93/ 14