CRAFTILY...............2
should be touched aslope, craftily, as though men spared 2, 59/ 30
matter were well-handled, he craftily sought the ways to 2, 91/ 25
 
 CRAFTSMASTERS..........1
such as were their craftsmasters in the handling of 2, 43/ 10
 
 CREDENCE...............3
also in favor and credence with her. For all 2, 26/ 28
Lord Hastings diminish his credence, whereunto only all the 2, 46/ 20
with a letter (and credence also) that the same 2, 83/ 17
 
 CREDIBLE...............2
this have I by credible information learned: that the 2, 9/ 7
I have heard by credible report, of such as 2, 87/ 10
 
 CREDITORS..............2
danger of their cruel creditors. And also, if the 2, 30/ 10
spend and bid their creditors go whistle them. Men's 2, 31/ 10
 
 CREEPETH...............1
where he once entereth creepeth forth so far till 2, 12/ 24
 
 CRIED..................2
which token given, one cried "Treason!" without the chamber 2, 48/ 28
this proposition made have cried "King Richard! King Richard 2, 75/ 2
 
 CRIME..................1
also there was no crime so great, of which 2, 71/ 1
 
 CRIPPLEGATE............1
Red Cross Street, without Cripplegate; and when he was 2, 9/ 10
 
 CROOKBACKED............1
stature, ill-featured of limbs, crookbacked, his left shoulder much 2, 7/ 20
 
 CROSBY'S...............1
Tower and drew to Crosby's Place in Bishopsgate Street 2, 44/ 32
 
 CROSS..................6
Pottier, dwelling in Red Cross Street, without Cripplegate; and 2, 9/ 10
penance: going before the cross in procession upon a 2, 54/ 27
a sermon at Paul's Cross, in which he should 2, 59/ 13
a sermon at Paul's Cross signify to the people 2, 66/ 17
Sunday after at Paul's Cross, in a great audience 2, 66/ 26
unto you, at Paul's Cross on Sunday last past 2, 73/ 9
 
 CROWN..................26
this land attaining the crown by battle, so heartily 2, 3/ 24
law, to challenge the crown, putting his claim into 2, 6/ 15
prince) utterly rejected, the crown was by authority of 2, 6/ 18
Henry and attained the crown. George, Duke of Clarence 2, 7/ 1
assure you, if they crown any other king than 2, 22/ 6
shall on the morrow crown his brother whom you 2, 22/ 8
And also, if the crown happen (as it hath 2, 30/ 11
failed, inheritor to the crown. The cause of my 2, 39/ 29
in possession of the crown, ere men could have 2, 58/ 9
disabled to inherit the crown by the Duke of 2, 59/ 21
so stably attained the crown again that he peaceably 2, 66/ 5
his heirs unto the crown, to whom it was 2, 67/ 10
his inheritance, attained the crown by battle, it sufficed 2, 71/ 3
realm, hath unto the crown and kingdom of the 2, 73/ 12
whose royal blood the crown of England and of 2, 73/ 31
taking upon him the crown and governance of this 2, 78/ 17
realms about than the crown of any one, of 2, 78/ 28
and take himself the crown. With which infamy he 2, 78/ 33
honor stained for any crown; in which he had 2, 78/ 34
Grace to take the crown upon him, they would 2, 79/ 21
there to whom the crown can by so just 2, 79/ 33
take upon him the crown in that place -- 2, 81/ 19
uncle should have the crown. At which word the 2, 84/ 29
the title to the crown by the line of 2, 89/ 12
such time as the crown was first set upon 2, 90/ 12
son had had the crown, and not King Edward 2, 92/ 7
 
 CROWNED................2
Elizabeth Grey, and her crowned queen that was his 2, 65/ 10
election"), then was he crowned the sixth day of 2, 82/ 9
 
 CRUEL..................5
to kill; dispiteous and cruel, not for evil will 2, 8/ 10
the danger of their cruel creditors. And also, if 2, 30/ 10
the season, nor so cruel and so deadly fought 2, 71/ 14
reign never ceased there cruel death and slaughter, till 2, 82/ 15
wot where, by the cruel ambition of their unnatural 2, 86/ 19
 
 CRUELLY................1
word spoken in haste cruelly beheaded, by the misconstruing 2, 70/ 14
 
 CRUELTY................2
his decease, by the cruelty, mischief, and trouble of 2, 4/ 1
end ensueth such dispiteous cruelty. For first to begin 2, 86/ 24
 
 CRY....................3
people even there to cry "King Richard! King Richard 2, 68/ 5
at men's backs to cry out as loud as 2, 76/ 19
it was a goodly cry and a joyful to 2, 76/ 27
 
 CRYING.................2
were so far from crying "King Richard!" that they 2, 68/ 24
was a great shout crying "King Richard! King Richard 2, 80/ 17
 
 CUIUS..................1
he said, "Vae regno cuius rex puer est': "Woe 2, 74/ 17
 
 CUNNING................1
namely a man so cunning and so wise that 2, 73/ 5
 
 CUR....................1
and tugged like a cur dog. And the mischief 2, 87/ 6
 
 CURE...................1
discharging him of the cure and safekeeping of his 2, 39/ 5
 
 CURIOUS................1
of her body than curious of her soul. And 2, 55/ 2
 
 CURIOUSLY..............1
and it was so curiously indited, and so fair 2, 54/ 4
 
 CUSTODY................8
in the hands and custody of his mother's kindred 2, 14/ 24
taken also into their custody the keys of the 2, 17/ 29
Queen, to whom the custody thereof nothing pertained without 2, 22/ 31
to be in the custody of their mother -- 2, 35/ 4
committeth to me the custody of him, I may 2, 39/ 3
forbiddeth every man the custody of them by whose 2, 39/ 32
having there in his custody (by the commandment of 2, 90/ 18
have him in his custody, where he might reckon 2, 92/ 24
 
 CUSTOM.................2
an old rite and custom observed as a token 2, 50/ 30
yet, for the common custom of close and covert 2, 82/ 28
 
 CUSTOMABLE.............1
with him after the customable manner. And at this 2, 23/ 1
 
 DAGGER.................1
hand ever on his dagger, his countenance and manner 2, 87/ 15
 
 DAILY..................2
each man wot well daily happeneth to them to 2, 50/ 29
So that there was daily pilled, from good men 2, 69/ 29
 
 DAME...................9
petition to the King, Dame Elizabeth Grey (which was 2, 60/ 13
her father. Howbeit, this Dame Elizabeth, herself being in 2, 60/ 17
he should marry one Dame Elizabeth Lucy, whom the 2, 64/ 24
King was sure to Dame Elizabeth Lucy, and her 2, 64/ 29
and openly testified. Whereupon Dame Elizabeth Lucy was sent 2, 64/ 33
and honorable solemnity married Dame Elizabeth Grey, and her 2, 65/ 9
mother. And that, also, Dame Elizabeth Lucy was verily 2, 66/ 21
before God husband unto Dame Elizabeth Lucy, and so 2, 67/ 14
living his very wife, Dame Elizabeth Lucy) was never 2, 73/ 17
 
 DAMNING................1
and her own infortune, damning the time that ever 2, 20/ 27
 
 DANCE..................1
and broken all the dance, for many ill signs 2, 46/ 1
 
 DANGER.................5
bodies out of the danger of their cruel creditors 2, 30/ 10
man that standeth in danger abroad, not of great 2, 31/ 29
one brother stood in danger and peril of the 2, 34/ 15
should be out of danger ere day. "Ay, good 2, 50/ 9
mine enemies in the danger (as thou mayest hap 2, 52/ 11
 
 DARE...................8
in good faith, I dare well answer for mine 2, 19/ 19
of Buckingham. "For I dare take it upon my 2, 28/ 20
the very bowels. I dare well avow it: weigh 2, 30/ 30
plate and say they dare not abide with their 2, 31/ 12
if need were, I dare say would now be 2, 32/ 18
well recovered, that I dare put no person earthly 2, 35/ 8
that room as I dare say he will if 2, 74/ 15
pallet without, that, I dare well say, to do 2, 83/ 28