DEVICES................2
handling of such wicked devices, who declared unto him 2, 43/ 11
partner of all his devices, till that after his 2, 89/ 2
 
 DEVIL..................2
were to belie the devil), she never abused to 2, 56/ 15
he had except the devil could never have done 2, 84/ 12
 
 DEVILISH...............1
never tyrant yet so devilish that durst presume to 2, 37/ 31
 
 DEVISE.................5
there live thereon. There devise they new robberies, nightly 2, 31/ 14
noblemen, to commune and devise about the coronation in 2, 44/ 19
visage might guess and devise which parts how filled 2, 55/ 32
could have time to devise any ways to resist 2, 58/ 10
and study in the devise of some convenient pretext 2, 59/ 15
 
 DEVISED................11
the Queen not unwisely devised, whereby her blood might 2, 14/ 16
by his assent before devised to be beheaded at 2, 48/ 4
it was by others devised that himself should the 2, 48/ 5
there in the proclamation devised to the slander of 2, 53/ 20
Now was it so devised by the Protector and 2, 57/ 14
which, divers things they devised. But the chief thing 2, 59/ 18
the bastardy that they devised to surmise in King 2, 59/ 32
duty to Godward, she devised to disturb this marriage 2, 64/ 22
Now was it before devised that in the speaking 2, 67/ 33
name of his old, devised, as he rode, to 2, 83/ 9
For Sir James Tyrell devised that they should be 2, 85/ 10
 
 DEVISING...............3
there sat in council devising the honorable solemnity of 2, 46/ 29
ensuing to destroy them, devising before and preparing the 2, 84/ 26
aid of King Henry, devising first the marriage between 2, 91/ 8
 
 DEVOIR.................3
to do his uttermost devoir. Howbeit, if she could 2, 27/ 25
no lack of my devoir, but the mother's dread 2, 28/ 18
would do his uttermost devoir to set the realm 2, 79/ 7
 
 DEVOLVED...............1
law of this land, devolved and come unto the 2, 74/ 1
 
 DID....................10
decease (as indeed he did) while his children were 2, 8/ 29
that would God they did, should no less move 2, 12/ 16
by whom though God did his pleasure, yet should 2, 13/ 13
my life as I did when thou and I 2, 52/ 10
denied him. But that did she so wisely, and 2, 61/ 16
open proclamation that he did put out of his 2, 81/ 29
and that he there did openly pardon all offenses 2, 81/ 30
death. This John Green did his errand unto Brackenbury 2, 83/ 19
the mischief that he did; and yet all the 2, 87/ 8
the Bishop, "if it did, the thing that I 2, 93/ 13
 
 DIE....................3
whose remembrance can never die while he liveth." While 2, 68/ 21
them to death, to die therefor; with which answer 2, 83/ 21
be hanged ere he die. But Sir James Tyrell 2, 87/ 3
 
 DIED...................5
month, and eight days, died at Westminster the ninth 2, 3/ 3
such time as he died, the displeasure of those 2, 4/ 3
in which King Edward died, one Mistlebrook, long ere 2, 9/ 8
altogether. When the King died, the Lord Chamberlain took 2, 55/ 20
But Sir James Tyrell died at Tower Hill, beheaded 2, 87/ 3
 
 DIET...................2
latter days, with overliberal diet, somewhat corpulent and burly 2, 4/ 18
he looked that evil diet should shorten) should happen 2, 8/ 28
 
 DIFFERENCE.............1
own maid so great difference as between the king 2, 62/ 16
 
 DIFFICULTY.............2
his instructions, without any difficulty, brought the matter to 2, 60/ 11
Whereupon the Protector made difficulty to come out unto 2, 77/ 16
 
 DIGEST.................1
space to dispute and digest the matter and make 2, 58/ 8
 
 DIGHTON................4
he joined one John Dighton, his own horse-keeper; a 2, 85/ 14
Miles Forest and John Dighton about midnight, the seely 2, 85/ 16
King Henry VII, both Dighton and he were examined 2, 86/ 11
Martin's piecemeal rotted away. Dighton, indeed, yet walketh alive 2, 87/ 2
 
 DIGNITY................3
them not only their dignity, but also their lives 2, 6/ 7
usurpation of the regal dignity upon himself. And forasmuch 2, 9/ 26
as he doth in dignity, to be defouled with 2, 62/ 28
 
 DILIGENCE..............2
the show of their diligence, to be the first 2, 18/ 6
or the preacher's overmuch diligence. For while the Protector 2, 68/ 8
 
 DIMINISH...............1
with the Lord Hastings diminish his credence, whereunto only 2, 46/ 20
 
 DIMINISHING............1
highly redounding to the diminishing of his honor and 2, 53/ 22
 
 DINNER.................5
booted not. And at dinner the Duke of Gloucester 2, 20/ 3
I will not to dinner till I see thy 2, 49/ 13
so much haste to dinner -- which he might 2, 49/ 16
the Protector immediately after dinner, intending to set some 2, 52/ 25
he sent immediately after dinner, in all the haste 2, 53/ 11
 
 DIRECTLY...............1
even fully plain and directly, but that the matter 2, 59/ 29
 
 DISABLED...............1
that he should seem disabled to inherit the crown 2, 59/ 21
 
 DISCHARGE..............2
privilege that it shall discharge a man of his 2, 32/ 25
as it were in discharge of her conscience, that 2, 64/ 28
 
 DISCHARGING............2
lading, some going, some discharging, some coming for more 2, 21/ 23
goods and his lands, discharging him of the cure 2, 39/ 5
 
 DISCLOSE...............1
other person any part disclose, that at the last 2, 77/ 25
 
 DISCOMMODITY...........1
he had declared the discommodity of discord and the 2, 81/ 28
 
 DISCORD................2
-- but by the discord of his very friends 2, 66/ 7
declared the discommodity of discord and the commodities of 2, 81/ 28
 
 DISCRETION.............4
his children should lack discretion of themselves and good 2, 10/ 19
at war ere their discretion would serve to set 2, 11/ 17
of age and of discretion, yet was he in 2, 15/ 5
and if he had discretion to require it if 2, 32/ 18
 
 DISCRETIONS............1
examined, and by other discretions ordered, and either judged 2, 23/ 14
 
 DISDAIN................1
for very anger and disdain he at his return 2, 65/ 15
 
 DISDAINED..............2
favor in that he disdained not to marry with 2, 63/ 12
back, so highly she disdained it that, under pretext 2, 64/ 21
 
 DISEASE................1
first sickness, with which disease nature, being forlabored, forwearied 2, 35/ 12
 
 DISEASED...............1
while been so sore diseased with sickness, and is 2, 35/ 6
 
 DISH...................1
of Gloucester sent a dish from his own table 2, 20/ 3
 
 DISHONESTY.............1
judgment, than to the dishonesty of those that, either 2, 70/ 19
 
 DISHONOR...............4
redoundeth greatly to the dishonor both of the King's 2, 26/ 16
much desired as our dishonor, and as much regard 2, 28/ 30
it was their both dishonor, and all theirs and 2, 34/ 13
man, to their both dishonor and obloquy; since there 2, 35/ 25
 
 DISMAYED...............2
rushes, all desolate and dismayed, whom the Archbishop comforted 2, 21/ 27
all the lords much dismayed and sore marveling of 2, 47/ 18
 
 DISORDER...............1
play their parts, they disorder the play and do 2, 81/ 10
 
 DISPARAGEMENT..........1
very blemish, and high disparagement -- to the sacred 2, 62/ 27
 
 DISPENSE...............1
was he called of dispense, and somewhat above his 2, 8/ 4
 
 DISPITEOUS.............3
he thought to kill; dispiteous and cruel, not for 2, 8/ 10
unnatural uncle and his dispiteous tormentors. Which things on 2, 86/ 20
wretched end ensueth such dispiteous cruelty. For first to 2, 86/ 24
 
 DISPLEASURE............15
as he died, the displeasure of those that bore 2, 4/ 3
and extend to the displeasure of very many, and 2, 4/ 24
of revenging of old displeasure, abuse the anger and 2, 10/ 4
worse; or a small displeasure done us, either our 2, 12/ 6
all men, and high displeasure of God, if the 2, 27/ 30
may lawfully, without any displeasure to Saint Peter, take 2, 33/ 1
the importable grief and displeasure of the King's royal 2, 34/ 11
sometimes taunting -- without displeasure and not without disport 2, 56/ 4
Where the King took displeasure, she would mitigate and 2, 56/ 16
for fear of his displeasure. But the other point 2, 59/ 31
some fear or some displeasure, were not out of 2, 71/ 26
he knoweth, in avoiding displeasure of my noble Lord 2, 73/ 26
their coming without his displeasure -- without which pardon 2, 78/ 1
Wherewith he took such displeasure and thought, that the 2, 83/ 23
the Duke occasion of displeasure, or the Duke the 2, 90/ 6