DARTFORD...............1
a religious life in Dartford, an house of close 2, 3/ 11
 
 DAUGHTER...............3
should marry the Duke's daughter, and that the Protector 2, 44/ 3
Edward and the king's daughter of Spain. In which 2, 60/ 9
him and King Edward's daughter -- by which his 2, 91/ 8
 
 DAUGHTERS..............2
younger son and her daughters, out of the Palace 2, 20/ 30
your wives and your daughters, the safeguard of your 2, 69/ 22
 
 DAWNING................2
their rising in the dawning of the day, they 2, 17/ 23
again, yet in the dawning of the day. By 2, 22/ 12
 
 DAY....................29
at Westminster the ninth day of April, the year 2, 3/ 4
the dawning of the day, they sent about privily 2, 17/ 23
first that should that day attend upon the King's 2, 18/ 6
and came, yet before day, unto the Queen. About 2, 21/ 19
the dawning of the day. By which time he 2, 22/ 13
he entered the fourth day of May, the first 2, 24/ 21
begun that thought every day a year till it 2, 25/ 12
of which after that day they never came abroad 2, 42/ 22
the Friday the thirteenth day of June -- many 2, 46/ 28
subtleties were in making day and night at Westminster 2, 46/ 32
had been asleep that day. And after a little 2, 47/ 5
at Pomfret this selfsame day, in which he was 2, 48/ 5
himself should the same day be beheaded at London 2, 48/ 6
out of danger ere day. "Ay, good lord," quoth 2, 50/ 9
by reason of his day thoughts? Tell him it 2, 50/ 13
before and should that day be beheaded at Pomfret 2, 52/ 7
Duke there, the same day, in the Council. And 2, 53/ 2
before conspired the same day to have slain the 2, 53/ 16
her, for at this day she beggeth of many 2, 57/ 12
of many at this day living, that at this 2, 57/ 12
living, that at this day had begged if she 2, 57/ 13
council that the self day in which the Lord 2, 57/ 15
Barnet on the Easter Day field slew the Earl 2, 66/ 3
it until his dying day, and in such plight 2, 66/ 6
the one from this day forward by us and 2, 80/ 10
no good. The next day the Protector, with a 2, 81/ 11
his reign the twenty-sixth day of June (after this 2, 82/ 8
he crowned the sixth day of July. And that 2, 82/ 9
and would from that day meddle with his book 2, 92/ 16
 
 DAYS...................19
seven months, and six days, and thereof reigned two 2, 3/ 2
one month, and eight days, died at Westminster the 2, 3/ 3
howbeit, in his latter days, with overliberal diet, somewhat 2, 4/ 18
that, in his latter days lessened and well left 2, 4/ 25
time of his latter days, this realm was in 2, 4/ 26
the end of his days (in which many princes 2, 5/ 10
one thing in many days before got him either 2, 5/ 18
had been all his days in ure therewith, and 2, 20/ 9
which in the King's days, albeit he was sore 2, 55/ 21
all those that those days had business to speed 2, 57/ 1
well in one man's days. That she is a 2, 64/ 6
heart that, within few days after, he withered and 2, 68/ 33
was in the king's days that dead is, God 2, 71/ 15
suit was in his days unto Shore's wife, a 2, 71/ 31
they were in his days destroyed or no. Not 2, 82/ 21
things were in late days so covertly demeaned, one 2, 82/ 26
his master, within few days after, at Nottingham -- 2, 88/ 16
right secret at the days deny this; and many 2, 90/ 2
Cardinal. Thus living many days in as much honor 2, 91/ 15
 
 DEAD...................7
many of them were dead in more than twenty 2, 4/ 6
the king's days that dead is, God forgive it 2, 71/ 15
the tormentors their bodies dead in the bed. Which 2, 85/ 22
-- to be thoroughly dead, they laid their bodies 2, 85/ 26
hands, harried on horseback dead, his hair in despite 2, 87/ 6
caused him in the dead of the night, after 2, 88/ 9
I would with a dead man strive against the 2, 92/ 9
 
 DEADLY.................5
nowhere find we so deadly debate as among them 2, 12/ 20
be some abroad so deadly enemies unto my blood 2, 41/ 22
none earthly nation so deadly and so pestilent as 2, 71/ 12
so cruel and so deadly fought, as was in 2, 71/ 14
whom he had long deadly hated, should be brought 2, 81/ 32
 
 DEALING................7
they have kept their dealing in these matters far 2, 19/ 22
than him. At which dealing he wept and was 2, 20/ 2
diversely divining upon this dealing. And some lords, knights 2, 22/ 18
knew. Howbeit, somewhat the dealing itself made men to 2, 44/ 29
this and other importable dealing the realm was in 2, 72/ 17
the manner of this dealing, that the matter was 2, 80/ 20
of close and covert dealing, men had it ever 2, 82/ 29
 
 DEAR...................5
them: "My lords, my dear kinsmen and allies, in 2, 11/ 11
lord himself, my most dear nephew -- considered that 2, 27/ 3
toward his election. Wherein, dear friends, what mind you 2, 74/ 33
again, with these words: "Dear friends, we come to 2, 76/ 2
body of our most dear father, Richard, late Duke 2, 80/ 1
 
 DEAREST................1
such time as your dearest son then Prince and 2, 35/ 29
 
 DEATH..................34
the time of his death. Which favor and affection 2, 3/ 26
the year foregoing his death, he had obtained Berwick 2, 5/ 6
remainder, immediately after the death of King Henry. But 2, 6/ 20
Edward, revenging his father's death, deprived King Henry and 2, 6/ 29
and judged to the death, and thereupon hastily drowned 2, 7/ 11
butt of malmsey, whose death King Edward (albeit he 2, 7/ 13
he spared no man's death whose life withstood his 2, 8/ 13
of Clarence to his death -- which he resisted 2, 8/ 23
glad of his brother's death, the Duke of Clarence 2, 9/ 2
of them by whose death he may inherit less 2, 39/ 32
straight after King Edward's death. But others again, which 2, 43/ 1
they were put to death, without doubt the young 2, 43/ 15
he trusted by his death to obtain much of 2, 46/ 23
of their putting to death, which were by his 2, 48/ 3
Chamberlain (which from the death of King Edward kept 2, 48/ 19
night next before his death, the Lord Stanley sent 2, 49/ 30
mind so near his death. Upon the very Tower 2, 51/ 14
fame of this lord's death swiftly through the city 2, 52/ 23
past, next before his death; so that it was 2, 53/ 28
being by his well-deserved death politicly repressed, all the 2, 54/ 2
the time between his death and the proclaiming could 2, 54/ 7
it was, after the death of King Henry VI 2, 67/ 10
never ceased there cruel death and slaughter, till his 2, 82/ 15
time with the best death and the most righteous 2, 82/ 16
his tender brother. Whose death and final infortune hath 2, 82/ 19
the two children to death. This John Green did 2, 83/ 19
never put them to death, to die therefor; with 2, 83/ 21
heaviness till this traitorous death delivered them of that 2, 85/ 9
with the pains of death, and after, long lying 2, 85/ 25
the occasion of his death which only knew it 2, 86/ 8
of Gloucester, upon the death of King Edward, came 2, 88/ 2
heard, after King Edward's death first taken by the 2, 91/ 5
so godly that his death, with God's mercy, well 2, 91/ 17
that on pain of death there should none horned 2, 93/ 2