DEATHBED...............2
variance, himself in his deathbed appeased. He had left 2, 4/ 31
and hers in his deathbed, and which the other 2, 16/ 29
 
 DEATHS.................1
be careful for their deaths whose imprisonment was grievous 2, 43/ 16
 
 DEBATE.................6
pretext of dissension and debate arising in the realm 2, 6/ 22
might grow by their debate while the youth of 2, 10/ 18
find we so deadly debate as among them which 2, 12/ 20
worship, and thereby of debate and dissension, what loss 2, 12/ 28
child's reign fall at debate, many a good man 2, 13/ 15
them had been sometime debate to fear and suspect 2, 16/ 18
 
 DEBONAIR...............1
a proud port from debonair behavior of their beginning 2, 5/ 11
 
 DEBT...................1
riot and run in debt, upon the boldness of 2, 31/ 8
 
 DEBTORS................1
sea or their evil debtors have brought in poverty 2, 30/ 8
 
 DEBTS..................2
a man of his debts, being able to pay 2, 32/ 26
in payment of his debts, and stolen goods to 2, 32/ 30
 
 DECAY..................1
the long-continued distress and decay of the same and 2, 78/ 14
 
 DECEASE................3
affection yet after his decease, by the cruelty, mischief 2, 4/ 1
shorten) should happen to decease (as indeed he did 2, 8/ 29
the time of his decease kept his household at 2, 14/ 1
 
 DECEASED...............2
virtue. This noble prince deceased at his palace of 2, 3/ 18
a great benefit. So deceased (as I have said 2, 5/ 22
 
 DECEITFUL..............1
fear, and that his deceitful clemency might get him 2, 81/ 26
 
 DECEIVED...............2
lest they might be deceived, so was she well 2, 41/ 9
favor. Which he nothing deceived. For he -- being 2, 91/ 5
 
 DECLARE................1
them to speak and declare their innocence, lest their 2, 57/ 28
 
 DECLARED...............9
such wicked devices, who declared unto him that the 2, 43/ 11
he should be openly declared, and enforced to the 2, 59/ 33
laws of matrimony, then declared he that commonly those 2, 66/ 31
the Lord Protector," and declared the title of his 2, 67/ 9
Lord Protector. For he declared then that King Edward 2, 67/ 13
ye well remember, substantially declared unto you, at Paul's 2, 73/ 9
of the King's Bench, declared to the audience that 2, 81/ 19
-- when he had declared the discommodity of discord 2, 81/ 27
by which his faith declared, and good service, to 2, 91/ 9
 
 DECLINE................1
by a long-continued sovereignty decline into a proud port 2, 5/ 11
 
 DEDICATED..............1
so specially hallowed and dedicated to God (for the 2, 28/ 5
 
 DEDUCTION..............1
hand and, without any deduction thereunto, out of all 2, 68/ 13
 
 DEED...................6
it was an heinous deed of the Queen, and 2, 25/ 20
that it is a deed of pity that such 2, 30/ 8
draw him to that deed, a pardon serveth, which 2, 30/ 21
was content with the deed itself well done, or 2, 56/ 22
that after this abominable deed done he never had 2, 87/ 11
remembrance of his abominable deed. Now had he outward 2, 87/ 21
 
 DEEDS..................2
after appeared by their deeds) their hearts were far 2, 13/ 30
infamy of their ill deeds. Her doings were not 2, 57/ 3
 
 DEEM...................3
And they that thus deem, think that he long 2, 8/ 26
were young. And they deem that for this intent 2, 9/ 1
for yet she liveth) deem her never to have 2, 55/ 27
 
 DEEMED.................2
howbeit somewhat (as men deemed) more faintly than he 2, 8/ 24
go from him, she deemed it best to deliver 2, 41/ 6
 
 DEEP...................6
close and secret, a deep dissimuler, lowly of countenance 2, 8/ 7
slips shall never take deep root." Thereupon when he 2, 66/ 28
it can be rooted deep. And when he had 2, 67/ 5
at the stair-foot, meetly deep in the ground, under 2, 85/ 29
think it unlikely (the deep dissimulating nature of those 2, 90/ 3
mistress of wisdom) a deep insight in politic worldly 2, 91/ 20
 
 DEEPER.................1
a fortnight, should be deeper settled in their stomachs 2, 15/ 24
 
 DEEPLY.................1
with you, the more deeply am I moved to 2, 11/ 14
 
 DEFAULT................1
overthrows, but never in default (as for his own 2, 8/ 2
 
 DEFEND.................3
sanctuary serveth always to defend the body of that 2, 31/ 28
that place that may defend a thief may not 2, 38/ 4
to rule, govern, and defend; the other, by God's 2, 80/ 10
 
 DEFENSE................5
have been their chief defense. For Richard the Duke 2, 6/ 2
people again for their defense whose power, she wist 2, 16/ 23
either necessity, his own defense, or misfortune draw him 2, 30/ 21
these children is other's defense while they be asunder 2, 41/ 28
put on for their defense such harness as came 2, 53/ 5
 
 DEFOULED...............1
in dignity, to be defouled with bigamy in his 2, 62/ 28
 
 DEJECTED...............1
is in a manner dejected to a servile flattery 2, 82/ 4
 
 DELAY..................1
he thought therefore without delay to rid them -- 2, 83/ 12
 
 DELAYING...............1
and also lest the delaying of his execution might 2, 53/ 32
 
 DELIGHTED..............2
a fair face. Yet delighted not men so much 2, 56/ 1
or for that she delighted to be sued unto 2, 56/ 22
 
 DELIVER................11
me, so here I deliver it unto you, to 2, 22/ 10
good means induced to deliver him. Which thing the 2, 27/ 23
her good will to deliver him, then thought he 2, 27/ 27
more she feareth to deliver him, the more ought 2, 29/ 13
the more farther to deliver him." "Truly, madam," quoth 2, 37/ 11
that you be to deliver him, the farther be 2, 37/ 12
ye finally refuse to deliver him, I verily think 2, 37/ 18
she were content to deliver the Duke to him 2, 40/ 13
deemed it best to deliver him. And over that 2, 41/ 6
this notwithstanding, here I deliver him, and his brother 2, 41/ 32
he was commanded to deliver Sir James all the 2, 84/ 22
 
 DELIVERANCE............3
she refuse in the deliverance of him to follow 2, 29/ 9
great commotion for his deliverance; whose hope now being 2, 54/ 1
pride to his own deliverance and the Duke's destruction 2, 90/ 21
 
 DELIVERED..............10
she could not be delivered of him uncut, and 2, 7/ 25
noble prince your husband delivered it unto me, so 2, 22/ 10
of England, which had delivered up the Great Seal 2, 25/ 2
taken from him and delivered to Doctor Russell, Bishop 2, 25/ 4
sanctuary man should be delivered in payment of his 2, 32/ 30
if he were not delivered, he should be fetched 2, 33/ 23
her son to be delivered into his hands in 2, 40/ 22
sanctuary, where she was delivered of Edward, the prince 2, 65/ 24
commandment." After which letter delivered and the keys received 2, 84/ 25
till this traitorous death delivered them of that wretchedness 2, 85/ 9
 
 DELIVERY...............1
to require her the delivery of him, that he 2, 34/ 17
 
 DELUDED................2
frustrated and his appointments deluded. And she said also 2, 62/ 8
that his embassage was deluded that for very anger 2, 65/ 14
 
 DEMAND.................1
ill taken, nor any demand of the Duke's uncourteously 2, 90/ 15
 
 DEMEAN.................1
that themselves would alone demean and govern the King 2, 24/ 2
 
 DEMEANED...............2
there should he be demeaned according to his estate 2, 34/ 19
late days so covertly demeaned, one thing pretended and 2, 82/ 26
 
 DEMEANOR...............2
forasmuch as this duke's demeanor ministreth in effect all 2, 6/ 8
that they reckoned this demeanor attempted not so specially 2, 22/ 25