DEMERITS...............1
Council, both for his demerits, being so openly taken 2, 53/ 31
 
 DEMURE.................1
in countenance and pace demure, so womanly, and albeit 2, 54/ 30
 
 DENIED.................1
she perceived, she virtuously denied him. But that did 2, 61/ 16
 
 DENIETH................1
bore him." "No man denieth, good madam," quoth the 2, 35/ 17
 
 DENY...................3
wit of the Protector, deny that he ever opened 2, 43/ 2
that herself could not deny, that all the world 2, 54/ 22
secret at the days deny this; and many right 2, 90/ 2
 
 DEPART.................4
leap on horseback and depart forward, to leave that 2, 18/ 28
not as yet to depart hence. And as for 2, 37/ 8
contrary, he would forthwith depart therewithal, and shift whoso 2, 40/ 16
Cardinal more ready to depart than some of the 2, 40/ 25
 
 DEPARTED...............16
that King Edward was departed. "By my troth, man 2, 9/ 12
as the King was departed, the noble Prince his 2, 13/ 31
thence, early, ere he departed. So was there made 2, 17/ 15
openly with great courtesy departed, and the Lord Rivers 2, 17/ 18
by after the messenger departed, he caused in all 2, 21/ 16
the Great Seal, and departed home again, yet in 2, 22/ 12
in the Star Chamber, departed into the sanctuary to 2, 33/ 28
Stanley and he had departed, with divers other lords 2, 46/ 1
for a little while, departed thence. And soon after 2, 47/ 12
of one long before departed, by her scalp taken 2, 55/ 29
the company dissolved and departed, the more part all 2, 77/ 2
called), and the people departed, talking diversely of the 2, 80/ 18
and communication had, eftsoons departed. Whereupon at Northampton the 2, 88/ 19
after his coronation they departed, as it seemed, very 2, 89/ 3
he in fair manner departed.) But surely some right 2, 90/ 1
loving and trusty manner departed at Gloucester. But soon 2, 90/ 17
 
 DEPENDED...............1
his realm -- whereupon depended great strength to his 2, 62/ 4
 
 DEPENDING..............1
possessions or other commodities depending thereupon, but only as 2, 62/ 10
 
 DEPOSE.................2
should be content to depose the Prince and accept 2, 59/ 17
mind and device to depose the Prince and take 2, 78/ 33
 
 DEPOSED................4
the Sixth, whom he deposed, was well assuaged, and 2, 4/ 4
witting that if he deposed the one brother, all 2, 25/ 14
King Edward IV had deposed King Henry VI and 2, 60/ 3
before by King Edward deposed -- and that muchwhat 2, 65/ 28
 
 DEPRIVED...............3
revenging his father's death, deprived King Henry and attained 2, 6/ 29
by traitorous tyranny taken, deprived of their estate, shortly 2, 86/ 17
of King Henry before deprived, the Protector conceived such 2, 89/ 12
 
 DERBY..................1
was after Earl of Derby, wisely mistrusted it, and 2, 45/ 11
 
 DESCEND................1
then began he to descend into the praise of 2, 67/ 8
 
 DESCENDED..............1
right and title lawfully descended unto him, and to 2, 78/ 20
 
 DESCENT................1
he hath nothing by descent held by knight's service 2, 38/ 29
 
 DESERVE................4
it nor malice to deserve it, whose life or 2, 33/ 13
it nor malice to deserve it. And therefore they 2, 37/ 16
But my son can "deserve" no sanctuary, and therefore 2, 38/ 2
I meant it, could deserve but thank. And yet 2, 93/ 15
 
 DESERVED...............1
mind: Whoso may have deserved to need it, if 2, 33/ 11
 
 DESERVING..............1
for their own evil deserving. And nevertheless, if we 2, 28/ 26
 
 DESIRE.................10
destitute, and the execrable desire of sovereignty provoked him 2, 5/ 29
But this shall I desire you to remember: that 2, 12/ 12
serpent is ambition and desire of vainglory and sovereignty 2, 12/ 22
neither hath wisdom to desire it nor malice to 2, 33/ 13
had experience that the desire of a kingdom knoweth 2, 41/ 24
country -- the only desire whereof was the allective 2, 46/ 24
she rather kindled his desire than quenched it. And 2, 61/ 17
taking counsel of his desire, determined in all possible 2, 61/ 28
to incline to their desire. For in all other 2, 78/ 30
Gloucester, advertised of his desire, caused him in the 2, 88/ 9
 
 DESIRED................3
his life was most desired; whose love of his 2, 5/ 23
if she as much desired as our dishonor, and 2, 28/ 30
that, upon like pardon desired and obtained, he showed 2, 79/ 15
 
 DESIRING...............1
the Duke of Gloucester, desiring that in the most 2, 88/ 6
 
 DESIROUS...............3
Lord Protector is so desirous to have him in 2, 35/ 35
a proud heart, highly desirous) should frame the city 2, 58/ 18
which he was never desirous, that he could not 2, 78/ 29
 
 DESOLATE...............2
on the rushes, all desolate and dismayed, whom the 2, 21/ 26
the King in manner desolate. While some for their 2, 45/ 1
 
 DESPAIRED..............1
sore enfeebled that he despaired all recovery, then he 2, 10/ 15
 
 DESPITE................2
dead, his hair in despite torn and tugged like 2, 87/ 6
done in hatred and despite of him. And they 2, 89/ 22
 
 DESTINY................1
so that, were it destiny or were it folly 2, 24/ 30
 
 DESTITUTE..............1
them and left them destitute, and the execrable desire 2, 5/ 29
 
 DESTROY................7
and to subdue and destroy the noble blood of 2, 19/ 12
them that laboreth to destroy me and my blood 2, 22/ 5
in their carriage to destroy the noble lords with 2, 24/ 10
but he should sooner destroy himself than save the 2, 43/ 18
might with a beck destroy them all; and that 2, 43/ 20
the Lord Chamberlain to destroy him -- in conclusion 2, 54/ 20
night next ensuing to destroy them, devising before and 2, 84/ 26
 
 DESTROYED..............2
contrived to have suddenly destroyed him and the Duke 2, 53/ 1
were in his days destroyed or no. Not for 2, 82/ 21
 
 DESTRUCTION............12
provoked him to their destruction which if either kind 2, 6/ 1
that he contrived their destruction, with the usurpation of 2, 9/ 25
one party to the destruction of the other, and 2, 10/ 5
Gloucester turned unto their destruction, and upon that ground 2, 14/ 18
-- but for their destruction, having more regard to 2, 16/ 20
taken had contrived the destruction of the dukes of 2, 23/ 32
little to procure their destruction without cause." The Cardinal 2, 36/ 30
compass and imagine the destruction of me -- being 2, 47/ 22
utter spoil, and undeserved destruction -- only for that 2, 70/ 27
her; to the great destruction of many a good 2, 72/ 11
slaughter, till his own destruction ended it. But as 2, 82/ 15
deliverance and the Duke's destruction. The Bishop was a 2, 90/ 21
 
 DETERMINED.............8
in himself -- he determined, upon the surety of 2, 18/ 17
if she finally were determined to keep him, some 2, 34/ 1
serve her nor place determined, nor persons appointed -- 2, 40/ 29
and went through, and determined that since the common 2, 43/ 33
that he was thoroughly determined no longer to tarry 2, 50/ 7
far forth that they determined that he should first 2, 59/ 12
counsel of his desire, determined in all possible haste 2, 61/ 29
have condescended and fully determined to make humble petition 2, 74/ 8
 
 DETERMINING............1
possession of the realm, determining himself to marry (as 2, 60/ 4
 
 DEVICE.................4
noble lords with." This device, albeit that it made 2, 24/ 10
Queen. According to this device, Doctor Shaa the Sunday 2, 66/ 25
by miracle. But this device quailed, either by the 2, 68/ 7
own ambitious mind and device to depose the Prince 2, 78/ 32