DOINGS.................1
their ill deeds. Her doings were not much less 2, 57/ 3
 
 DOLOR..................2
good woman, and great dolor to their husband and 2, 72/ 12
the wall while the dolor of their heart burst 2, 77/ 5
 
 DOLOROUS...............1
shall rehearse you the dolorous end of those babes 2, 83/ 4
 
 DONE...................24
he wist it was done, piteously bewailed and sorrowfully 2, 7/ 14
or a small displeasure done us, either our own 2, 12/ 6
easily as they have done some others already, as 2, 15/ 13
in ward, and, that done, forthwith went to horseback 2, 18/ 26
dukes wist well were done for good purposes and 2, 19/ 16
my brother Marquis hath done, I cannot say. But 2, 19/ 19
wist whither, to be done with God wot what 2, 20/ 21
and that by her done to none other intent 2, 25/ 28
happen (as it hath done) to come in question 2, 30/ 11
the harm they have done, but a license also 2, 31/ 17
When the Duke had done, the temporal men whole 2, 33/ 20
they have so heinously done, they be worthy heinous 2, 48/ 23
thee, they have so done; and that I will 2, 48/ 25
to till this were done, for saving of his 2, 49/ 16
them that would have done it. And this he 2, 53/ 7
the deed itself well done, or for that she 2, 56/ 22
Stratford. Which thing was done in the presence and 2, 57/ 20
some things long before done, about King Edward's marriage 2, 60/ 1
field slain. After which done, and the Earl of 2, 60/ 24
have such a villainy done them. And, all were 2, 72/ 16
said, "All must be done in good order, though 2, 80/ 25
devil could never have done him so much hurt 2, 84/ 13
after this abominable deed done he never had quiet 2, 87/ 11
Richard said it was done in hatred and despite 2, 89/ 22
 
 DOOR...................1
the chamber. Therewith, a door clapped, and in came 2, 48/ 28
 
 DORSET.................1
especial the Lord Marquis Dorset, the Queen's son by 2, 10/ 27
 
 DOTAGE.................1
for a little wanton dotage upon her person. In 2, 62/ 12
 
 DOTED..................1
on whom he somewhat doted in the King's life 2, 48/ 20
 
 DOTH...................2
in marble; and whoso doth us a good turn 2, 57/ 6
in cleanness as he doth in dignity, to be 2, 62/ 28
 
 DOUBLE.................1
as we also find, double the peril in the 2, 35/ 11
 
 DOUBLET................1
he plucked up his doublet sleeve to his elbow 2, 48/ 9
 
 DOUBT..................17
doubted nor needed to doubt, persuaded the lords to 2, 23/ 4
the pain. Which I doubt not, of his goodness 2, 26/ 32
Now, then, if she doubt lest he might be 2, 29/ 25
none other. And I doubt not but she now 2, 29/ 27
this gentleman, whom I doubt not but I could 2, 41/ 20
man say. And I doubt not also but there 2, 41/ 21
put to death, without doubt the young king would 2, 43/ 15
that it were no doubt but he would do 2, 43/ 21
on my life, never doubt you. For while one 2, 45/ 16
not always covetous. I doubt not some shall think 2, 56/ 26
the less. Howbeit, some doubt, and many think, that 2, 59/ 7
his appetite. "And I doubt not," quoth he, "but 2, 63/ 25
ye stood evermore in doubt. For who was there 2, 69/ 23
since there be, I doubt not, many here present 2, 70/ 29
your own weal we doubt not but ye will 2, 74/ 26
effectual report that we doubt not but it shall 2, 76/ 31
some remain yet in doubt whether they were in 2, 82/ 20
 
 DOUBTED................4
the King no man doubted nor needed to doubt 2, 23/ 3
Queen that he nothing doubted but that those lords 2, 36/ 34
Cardinal's faith she nothing doubted, nor of some other 2, 41/ 7
errand; as though he doubted and partly distrusted the 2, 77/ 17
 
 DOUBTETH...............2
faithful mind she nothing doubteth, but verily believeth and 2, 29/ 3
bide where no man doubteth he shall be best 2, 36/ 22
 
 DOUBTFUL...............1
end, he wist, was doubtful, and in which, the 2, 16/ 9
 
 DOUBTS.................1
she cast such fond doubts that she fear his 2, 29/ 15
 
 DOWN...................12
and riot and draw down with this noble realm 2, 11/ 31
sit up, laid him down on his right side 2, 13/ 25
privy friends set them down in counsel, wherein they 2, 17/ 21
for more, some breaking down the walls to bring 2, 21/ 24
and so sat him down in his place, all 2, 47/ 17
and his head laid down upon a long log 2, 49/ 22
leave off and come down in the midst. Doctor 2, 59/ 3
made kings and put down kings almost at his 2, 65/ 32
therewith the lords came down, and the company dissolved 2, 77/ 1
-- and yet not down unto them, but stood 2, 77/ 26
and entangled them, keeping down by force the featherbed 2, 85/ 19
up that God pulleth down. And as for the 2, 92/ 14
 
 DRAUGHT................1
he sitting at the draught -- a convenient carpet 2, 84/ 15
 
 DRAW...................2
mischief and riot and draw down with this noble 2, 11/ 31
own defense, or misfortune draw him to that deed 2, 30/ 21
 
 DRAWETH................1
whereunto his painted process draweth? ' It is not 2, 38/ 10
 
 DREAD..................4
devoir, but the mother's dread and womanish fear shall 2, 28/ 18
they will, so much dread hath my lord his 2, 37/ 19
stood in so great dread in my life as 2, 52/ 10
unto by the most dread commandment of the King's 2, 53/ 30
 
 DREAM..................2
had so fearful a dream, in which him thought 2, 50/ 1
for his cognizance, this dream made so fearful an 2, 50/ 6
 
 DREAMS.................3
hath such faith in dreams which either his own 2, 50/ 11
to believe in such dreams! Which if they were 2, 50/ 14
slept, troubled with fearful dreams, suddenly sometimes start up 2, 87/ 18
 
 DREW...................4
noble Prince his son drew toward London -- which 2, 14/ 1
-- and some yet drew to them that helped 2, 21/ 25
from the Tower and drew to Crosby's Place in 2, 44/ 31
partners of that counsel drew about the Duke and 2, 75/ 19
 
 DRIED..................1
old, lean, withered, and dried up, nothing left but 2, 55/ 30
 
 DRIFT..................2
also ween that his drift, covertly conveyed, lacked not 2, 8/ 22
about the Prince. That drift by the Queen not 2, 14/ 16
 
 DRIFTS.................4
ever, at length, evil drifts drive to naught and 2, 12/ 3
from perceiving of their drifts otherwhere, the lords, being 2, 44/ 11
kept him by secret drifts out of all secret 2, 84/ 9
insight in politic worldly drifts. Whereby perceiving now this 2, 91/ 21
 
 DRIVE..................1
at length, evil drifts drive to naught and good 2, 12/ 3
 
 DRIVEN.................1
which he should be driven thereto -- for his 2, 5/ 4
 
 DROVE..................1
forenoon; which sudden fear drove them to put on 2, 53/ 5
 
 DROWNED................1
death, and thereupon hastily drowned in a butt of 2, 7/ 13
 
 DUCHESS................6
truth reported that the Duchess, his mother, had so 2, 7/ 24
her mother, which was Duchess of Bedford ere she 2, 60/ 16
say nay. Notwithstanding, the Duchess of York, his mother 2, 61/ 35
forbidden a prince." The Duchess with these words nothing 2, 64/ 20
the adultery of the Duchess, their mother. And that 2, 66/ 21
filial reverence to the Duchess, his mother); for these 2, 73/ 28