ACCOMPANY..............2
of estate convenient to accompany his noble majesty. Wherefore 2, 26/ 12
were of courtesy to accompany him to the Council 2, 51/ 2
 
 ACCOMPLISH.............1
end he might there "accomplish the King's pleasure" in 2, 84/ 23
 
 ACCOMPLISHING..........1
the realm. Toward the accomplishing whereof, they said that 2, 19/ 13
 
 ACCORDED...............1
-- in this point accorded together with the Duke 2, 16/ 1
 
 ACCORDING..............8
should he be demeaned according to his estate. And 2, 34/ 19
willing that he speedily, according to his instructions, without 2, 60/ 10
begotten upon the Queen. According to this device, Doctor 2, 66/ 25
just course of inheritance, according to the common law 2, 73/ 33
increase of the same, according to his very right 2, 74/ 11
which place repaired also, according to their appointment, the 2, 77/ 11
governance of this realm, according to his right and 2, 78/ 19
petition and request, and, according to the same, here 2, 80/ 6
 
 ACCUSED................1
Lord Chamberlain had been accused unto King Edward by 2, 51/ 19
 
 ACCUSTOMED.............2
people had not been accustomed there to be spoken 2, 75/ 20
like him, of his accustomed goodness and zeal unto 2, 78/ 12
 
 ACHIEVED...............1
year till it were achieved, yet durst he no 2, 25/ 12
 
 ACKNOWN................1
manner sake not be acknown what they know. For 2, 80/ 26
 
 ACQUAINTANCE...........3
and worn out of acquaintance, after good substance, after 2, 56/ 32
near familiarity or leger acquaintance, with any of those 2, 71/ 5
out of season what acquaintance he hath with him 2, 81/ 3
 
 ACQUITTED..............1
he hath nothing worthily acquitted, there is of that 2, 72/ 30
 
 ADHIBITED..............1
council albeit there were adhibited very few, and they 2, 44/ 21
 
 ADJOINED...............1
as politic in counsel. Adjoined were there unto him 2, 14/ 13
 
 ADMIT..................1
him, nor he to admit this messenger into his 2, 21/ 9
 
 ADMITTED...............1
manner he might be admitted to the presence and 2, 88/ 7
 
 ADO....................1
mother, had so much ado in her travail that 2, 7/ 24
 
 ADOWN..................1
his presence, they lighted adown, with all their company 2, 19/ 1
 
 ADULTERESS.............1
own mother was an adulteress -- which, notwithstanding, to 2, 59/ 27
 
 ADULTERY...............2
other persons by the adultery of the Duchess, their 2, 66/ 21
bastardy, and especially in adultery. Of which though some 2, 66/ 33
 
 ADVANCED...............1
favor, so far forth advanced that, King Henry's blood 2, 6/ 17
 
 ADVANCEMENT............3
except only the immoderate advancement of themselves. Which whether 2, 15/ 8
trust of his own advancement (whereof he was, of 2, 58/ 17
realm of England, the advancement whereof we never ask 2, 80/ 15
 
 ADVANTAGE..............2
muchwhat indifferent: where his advantage grew, he spared no 2, 8/ 12
regard of any temporal advantage -- yet nevertheless him 2, 63/ 8
 
 ADVENTURE..............4
took a priest at adventure and made a short 2, 49/ 14
forth in haste, at adventure. So that upon the 2, 54/ 9
your labor, pain, cost, adventure, or jeopardy. What thing 2, 69/ 20
-- besides the common adventure of open war, which 2, 71/ 9
 
 ADVENTURETH............1
For what wise merchant adventureth all his goods in 2, 41/ 31
 
 ADVENTUROUS............1
farther than wisdom would, adventurous. Whose wars, whoso well 2, 4/ 14
 
 ADVERSARIES............1
now to withstand his adversaries as ever he was 2, 38/ 1
 
 ADVERSE................1
well of prosperity as adverse fortune, had gotten by 2, 91/ 19
 
 ADVERSITY..............3
in wealth, often in adversity -- at the last 2, 3/ 15
politic in counsel, in adversity nothing abashed, in prosperity 2, 4/ 11
one to whom such adversity was strange. But himself 2, 20/ 8
 
 ADVERTISED.............1
the Duke of Gloucester, advertised of his desire, caused 2, 88/ 8
 
 ADVERTISEMENT..........2
favor than by profitable advertisement to do the children 2, 10/ 25
his wise and faithful advertisement can move her nor 2, 27/ 8
 
 ADVICE.................4
and rather by pleasant advice to win themselves favor 2, 10/ 24
than plain and faithful advice, of which must needs 2, 11/ 29
shall we, by mine advice, by the King's authority 2, 27/ 9
use his faithful, secret advice and counsel -- which 2, 92/ 22
 
 ADVICES................1
it upon your better advices." When the Protector had 2, 27/ 18
 
 ADVISE.................1
even such, whoso well advise her visage might guess 2, 55/ 32
 
 ADVISED................1
But one thing he advised them beware: that they 2, 23/ 15
 
 AESOP'S................1
ever I think on Aesop's tale, that when the 2, 93/ 1
 
 AFAR...................1
some words cast out afar off, whether he could 2, 46/ 13
 
 AFEARD.................1
be, while men be afeard to set their hands 2, 31/ 4
 
 AFFECTION..............6
death. Which favor and affection yet after his decease 2, 3/ 26
people and their entire affection toward him had been 2, 5/ 24
us, either our own affection or evil tongues aggrieveth 2, 12/ 7
intent than any virtuous affection. This woman was born 2, 55/ 7
well espied the King's affection toward her so greatly 2, 61/ 19
wanton lust and sinful affection bereft her from her 2, 72/ 2
 
 AFFINITY...............6
either of kindred or affinity; which spiritual kindred of 2, 12/ 14
which spiritual kindred of affinity, if the sacraments of 2, 12/ 15
God or your king, affinity or kindred, this realm 2, 13/ 23
Shore's wife, with their affinity, have by their sorcery 2, 48/ 8
his estate by the affinity, and great possibility of 2, 62/ 4
more inheritance by new affinity in strange lands, is 2, 64/ 3
 
 AFFIRM.................1
in good comfort to affirm that she was ensured 2, 65/ 1
 
 AFFIRMED...............2
said, all the Council affirmed that the motion was 2, 27/ 19
And all the others affirmed the same. "That is 2, 47/ 29
 
 AFIRE..................1
of Gloucester soon set afire them that were of 2, 15/ 27
 
 AFTER..................80
that name the fourth, after that he had lived 2, 3/ 1
fortune and grace was after to be queen, wife 2, 3/ 8
nuns; Anne, that was after honorably married unto Thomas 2, 3/ 12
then Lord Howard, and after Earl of Surrey. And 2, 3/ 13
favor and affection yet after his decease, by the 2, 4/ 1
male in remainder, immediately after the death of King 2, 6/ 20
pleased him best, shall after fall farthest out of 2, 12/ 2
together, when (as it after appeared by their deeds 2, 13/ 30
whether they sorer thirsted after their own weal or 2, 15/ 9
great while. But incontinent after that they were openly 2, 17/ 17
like wise not long after midnight, from the Lord 2, 21/ 3
thereupon, by and by after the messenger departed, he 2, 21/ 15
brought it with him after the customable manner. And 2, 23/ 1
most honorable brother and, after my sovereign lord himself 2, 27/ 2
fall from the craft after they once fall thereto 2, 30/ 16
was likely to mind after this matter broken to 2, 34/ 4
forth and jeopard myself after others of my friends 2, 36/ 23
Tower, out of which after that day they never 2, 42/ 22
messenger unto him straight after King Edward's death. But 2, 43/ 1
Protector and the Duke, after that that they had 2, 44/ 15
Lord Stanley, that was after Earl of Derby, wisely 2, 45/ 10
horrible treason. Whereupon, soon after -- that is to 2, 46/ 27
asleep that day. And after a little talking with 2, 47/ 5
departed thence. And soon after one hour, between ten 2, 47/ 14
was off so soon after, there met he with 2, 51/ 15
that within two hours after. Thus ended this honorable 2, 52/ 16
But the Protector immediately after dinner, intending to set 2, 52/ 25
mind, he sent immediately after dinner, in all the 2, 53/ 11
in the Council, and after to have taken upon 2, 53/ 17
made within two hours after that he was beheaded 2, 54/ 4
worn out of acquaintance, after good substance, after as 2, 56/ 32
acquaintance, after good substance, after as great favor with 2, 56/ 32
favor with the prince, after as great suit and 2, 57/ 1
among the people; but after that, never. Of these 2, 58/ 26
the coronation, the other after; both so full of 2, 59/ 1
his honesty and soon after his life, for very 2, 59/ 5
which he durst never after come abroad. But the 2, 59/ 6
before the coronation, but, after the common manner, fell 2, 59/ 9
manner, fell to flattery after -- namely since his 2, 59/ 9
Hospital at the Easter after. But certain is it 2, 59/ 11
about King Edward's marriage. After that King Edward IV 2, 60/ 2
Elizabeth Grey (which was after his queen), at that 2, 60/ 14
the same field slain. After which done, and the 2, 60/ 24
quenched it. And finally, after many a meeting, much 2, 61/ 18
to marry her. And after he was thus appointed 2, 61/ 29
Doctor Shaa the Sunday after at Paul's Cross, in 2, 66/ 25
infoundeth in right generation after the laws of matrimony 2, 66/ 30
to whom it was, after the death of King 2, 67/ 10
it might have been after said that he was 2, 68/ 5
of this shameful sermon. After which once ended, the 2, 68/ 26
him home and never after durst look out, for 2, 68/ 27
that, within few days after, he withered and consumed 2, 68/ 34
gathered before them -- after silence commanded (upon great 2, 69/ 7
thence. And peace long after not much surer than 2, 71/ 24
His Majesty shall ever after bear so much the 2, 74/ 31
had framed before, should after this proposition made have 2, 75/ 2
the people, which always, after one, stood as they 2, 75/ 31
Then on the morrow after, the Mayor with all 2, 77/ 7
Recorder of London. And after that, upon like pardon 2, 79/ 14
twenty-sixth day of June (after this mockish "election"), then 2, 82/ 9
of those babes, not after every way that I 2, 83/ 5
I have heard, but after that way that I 2, 83/ 5
be true. King Richard, after his coronation, taking his 2, 83/ 7
had "given him commandment." After which letter delivered and 2, 84/ 25
and see them sure. After which time the Prince 2, 85/ 7
in the bed. Which after that the wretches perceived 2, 85/ 23
pains of death, and after, long lying still -- 2, 85/ 25
with his chamberers, that after this abominable deed done 2, 87/ 11
rest. For hereupon soon after began the conspiracy -- 2, 87/ 22
dead of the night, after all other folk voided 2, 88/ 9
secret chamber, where Persale, after his master's recommendation, showed 2, 88/ 10
master, within few days after, at Nottingham -- whither 2, 88/ 16
way to Londonward. And after secret meeting and communication 2, 88/ 19
his devices, till that after his coronation they departed 2, 89/ 3
mistrust that he never after could endure to look 2, 89/ 15
they say that ever after, continually, each of them 2, 89/ 23
at Gloucester. But soon after his coming home to 2, 90/ 17
but to the field. After which lost and that 2, 91/ 1
as ye have heard, after King Edward's death first 2, 91/ 5
not King Edward. But after that God had ordered 2, 92/ 8