COUNCIL................25
necessary, by the whole Council at London; saving that 2, 19/ 17
lords of the King's Council, indifferently examined, and by 2, 23/ 13
trust that at the Council next assembled, he was 2, 24/ 26
to keep. At which Council also, the Archbishop of 2, 25/ 1
the lords at the Council he proposed unto them 2, 25/ 19
the honor of his Council and is also in 2, 26/ 28
had said, all the Council affirmed that the motion 2, 27/ 19
And thereupon all the Council came unto the Star 2, 33/ 26
the Protector with the Council in the Star Chamber 2, 33/ 27
and unto the whole Council that her keeping of 2, 34/ 8
showed her that the Council therefore had sent him 2, 34/ 16
realm, pleasure to the Council, and profit to herself 2, 34/ 21
so would all the Council not only be content 2, 35/ 19
Protector king. To which council albeit there were adhibited 2, 44/ 21
the matter, though the council were close. For little 2, 44/ 30
toward him in that council intended where Catesby was 2, 46/ 4
and there sat in council devising the honorable solemnity 2, 46/ 29
accompany him to the Council, but of truth sent 2, 51/ 2
same day, in the Council. And what they intended 2, 53/ 2
Buckingham sitting in the Council, and after to have 2, 53/ 17
his honorable and faithful Council, both for his demerits 2, 53/ 31
the Protector and his council that the self day 2, 57/ 15
the Protector and his council concluded that this Doctor 2, 66/ 16
carpet for such a council) and came out into 2, 84/ 15
was taken in the council at the Tower), waxed 2, 90/ 20
 
 COUNCILLORS............2
malice toward the King's Councillors, that she should keep 2, 25/ 21
a wise sort of councillors about a king, that 2, 29/ 31
 
 COUNCILS...............1
misliked these two several councils. "For while we," quoth 2, 45/ 13
 
 COUNSEL................28
heart courageous, politic in counsel, in adversity nothing abashed 2, 4/ 11
of themselves and good counsel of their friends, of 2, 10/ 19
which either party should counsel for their own commodity 2, 10/ 23
youth underpropped with elder counsel, which neither they can 2, 11/ 23
person impugneth each other's counsel, there must it needs 2, 11/ 26
hand as politic in counsel. Adjoined were there unto 2, 14/ 13
set them down in counsel, wherein they spent a 2, 17/ 22
they took again further counsel. And there they sent 2, 19/ 30
him to follow the counsel of them whose wisdom 2, 29/ 10
for, as my learned counsel showeth me, since he 2, 38/ 29
to all the Protector's counsel even from the beginning 2, 42/ 30
of his near, secret counsel and whom he very 2, 45/ 20
not before made of counsel in this matter, as 2, 48/ 1
other witch of her counsel, Shore's wife, with their 2, 48/ 8
make Shore's wife of counsel, whom of all women 2, 48/ 16
of his most secret counsel of this heinous treason 2, 53/ 26
that she was of counsel with the Lord Chamberlain 2, 54/ 19
especially used in the counsel and in the execution 2, 57/ 23
well taken. To this counsel they took divers, such 2, 58/ 13
whom they made of counsel Edmund Shaa, knight, then 2, 58/ 16
Penker was not of counsel of the matter before 2, 59/ 8
Doctor Shaa was of counsel in the beginning, so 2, 59/ 11
riches. And thus taking counsel of his desire, determined 2, 61/ 28
her, then asked he counsel of his other friends 2, 61/ 33
vain to keep in counsel that thing that all 2, 72/ 5
other partners of that counsel drew about the Duke 2, 75/ 19
with his labor and counsel, as far as should 2, 79/ 6
faithful, secret advice and counsel -- which he said 2, 92/ 22
 
 COUNSELOR..............1
he was an evil counselor to the King's father 2, 53/ 21
 
 COUNTENANCE............9
deep dissimuler, lowly of countenance, arrogant of heart, outwardly 2, 8/ 7
The Cardinal made a countenance to the other lord 2, 36/ 32
a wonderful sour, angry countenance, knitting the brows, frowning 2, 47/ 16
which she went in countenance and pace demure, so 2, 54/ 30
this is his own countenance, the very print of 2, 67/ 31
figure, this his own countenance, the very print of 2, 68/ 19
favor, speech, pace, or countenance, but without any fear 2, 72/ 9
with voice, gesture, and countenance so comely and so 2, 75/ 11
on his dagger, his countenance and manner like one 2, 87/ 15
 
 COUNTRY................6
this realm, your own country, or your own surety 2, 13/ 23
Ludlow, in Wales. Which country, being far off from 2, 14/ 3
Vaughan, into the north country into divers places to 2, 20/ 12
good order of the country, keep household in Wales 2, 35/ 30
Hastings bore in his country -- the only desire 2, 46/ 24
gentlemen of the north country (to the number of 2, 88/ 17
 
 COUNTY.................1
bore in all the county of Leicester, where the 2, 45/ 27
 
 COUPLED................1
forasmuch as they were coupled ere she were well 2, 55/ 11
 
 COUPLING...............1
lack of which lawful coupling, and also of other 2, 73/ 23
 
 COURAGE................4
was in wit and courage equal with either of 2, 7/ 17
putteth a man in courage of that he never 2, 9/ 24
of good heart and courage fore-studied no perils; a 2, 52/ 21
sons. (Lo the honorable courage of a king!) Whereupon 2, 86/ 5
 
 COURAGEOUS.............2
to behold, of heart courageous, politic in counsel, in 2, 4/ 10
wise man and a courageous warrior, and of such 2, 65/ 30
 
 COURSE.................5
that nature changed her course in his beginning which 2, 7/ 28
beginning which in the course of his life many 2, 7/ 29
to return to the course of this history. Were 2, 9/ 20
the law granteth of course or the king of 2, 30/ 22
is, by the just course of inheritance, according to 2, 73/ 33
 
 COURT..................1
placed himself in the Court of the King's Bench 2, 81/ 16
 
 COURTEOUS..............1
his people so benign, courteous and so familiar, that 2, 5/ 8
 
 COURTEOUSLY............1
the clock, saluting them courteously and excusing himself that 2, 47/ 3
 
 COURTESY...............5
greater kindness a little courtesy than a great benefit 2, 5/ 21
never have won the courtesy of men's knees with 2, 13/ 5
were openly with great courtesy departed, and the Lord 2, 17/ 18
for all this comfortable courtesy of the Duke of 2, 20/ 10
as it were of courtesy to accompany him to 2, 51/ 2
 
 COUSIN.................1
am sure that my cousin of Warwick neither loveth 2, 63/ 29
 
 COUSINS................1
wealthful peace under your cousins my children, if God 2, 13/ 11
 
 COVERT.................2
custom of close and covert dealing, men had it 2, 82/ 28
the most close and covert manner he might be 2, 88/ 7
 
 COVERTLY...............2
ween that his drift, covertly conveyed, lacked not in 2, 8/ 22
in late days so covertly demeaned, one thing pretended 2, 82/ 26
 
 COVETOUS...............1
wealthy be not always covetous. I doubt not some 2, 56/ 24
 
 COVETOUSNESS...........1
for anger, not for covetousness, the Protector sent into 2, 54/ 14
 
 CRADLE.................1
and kept in his cradle and preserved to a 2, 39/ 13
 
 CRAFT..................1
never fall from the craft after they once fall 2, 30/ 16