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and establish forever in due obedience unto this realm 2, 80/ 12
 
 DUKE...................106
Prince, a thirteen-year-of-age; Richard, Duke of York, two years 2, 3/ 7
defense. For Richard the Duke of Gloucester -- by 2, 6/ 3
mischief to conceive. Richard, Duke of York, a noble 2, 6/ 13
Parliament entailed unto the Duke of York and his 2, 6/ 19
King Henry. But the Duke, not enduring so long 2, 6/ 21
attained the crown. George, Duke of Clarence, was a 2, 7/ 1
proud appetite of the Duke himself, intending to be 2, 7/ 8
his brother's death, the Duke of Clarence, whose life 2, 9/ 2
intending, whether the same Duke of Clarence had kept 2, 9/ 3
will my master, the Duke of Gloucester, be king 2, 9/ 13
Were it that the Duke of Gloucester had of 2, 9/ 21
the Prince's favor, the Duke of Gloucester turned unto 2, 14/ 17
and such others, the Duke of Gloucester soon set 2, 15/ 26
in especial twain: Edward, Duke of Buckingham, and Richard 2, 15/ 28
accorded together with the Duke of Gloucester: that they 2, 16/ 1
Upon this concluded, the Duke of Gloucester, understanding that 2, 16/ 4
and over that, the Duke of Gloucester himself and 2, 17/ 3
them. To whom the Duke of Buckingham said, "Go 2, 19/ 2
my liege," quoth the Duke of Buckingham, "they have 2, 19/ 21
And at dinner the Duke of Gloucester sent a 2, 20/ 3
And he thanked the Duke, and prayed the messenger 2, 20/ 5
comfortable courtesy of the Duke of Gloucester, he sent 2, 20/ 10
In this wise the Duke of Gloucester took upon 2, 20/ 15
of boats of the Duke of Gloucester's servants, watching 2, 22/ 14
to believe that the Duke of Gloucester was sure 2, 23/ 4
his reign. But the Duke of Gloucester bore him 2, 24/ 23
wealth of the young duke himself, the King's most 2, 27/ 1
the King and the duke his brother honorable, and 2, 27/ 20
womanish frowardness!" quoth the Duke of Buckingham. "For I 2, 28/ 20
hands. "Verily," quoth the Duke, "I think you say 2, 32/ 32
no sanctuary." When the Duke had done, the temporal 2, 33/ 20
also to the young duke himself, whose both great 2, 34/ 24
more convenient that the Duke of York were with 2, 35/ 23
not honorable that the Duke bide here'; "it were 2, 38/ 11
content to deliver the Duke to him and to 2, 40/ 13
she took the young duke by the hand, and 2, 41/ 13
had received this young duke, they brought him into 2, 42/ 13
also chiefly to the Duke of Buckingham -- although 2, 42/ 27
many thought that this duke was privy to all 2, 42/ 29
friends said that the Duke was the first mover 2, 42/ 31
his enterprise to the Duke until he had brought 2, 43/ 3
and especially to the Duke -- who being won 2, 43/ 7
was broken unto the Duke by subtle folks, and 2, 43/ 9
that with repenting the Duke should nothing avail, for 2, 43/ 17
he spies for the Duke, and trains to catch 2, 43/ 24
these requests of the Duke, the Protector of his 2, 44/ 6
the Protector and the Duke, after that that they 2, 44/ 15
the Protector and the Duke of Buckingham made very 2, 46/ 8
coming, himself, with the Duke of Buckingham, stood harnessed 2, 52/ 27
destroyed him and the Duke there, the same day 2, 53/ 2
Lord Protector and the Duke of Buckingham sitting in 2, 53/ 17
the crown by the Duke of York, and the 2, 59/ 21
Edward himself nor the Duke of Clarence were lawfully 2, 66/ 19
very children of the Duke of York, but begotten 2, 66/ 20
the Lord Richard, late Duke of York, calling him 2, 67/ 8
Edward himself nor the Duke of Clarence among those 2, 67/ 23
children of the noble duke, as those that by 2, 67/ 25
face of the noble duke his father." "This is 2, 67/ 30
likeness of that noble duke." Now was it before 2, 67/ 32
face of the noble duke of York his father 2, 68/ 18
likeness of the noble duke, whose remembrance can never 2, 68/ 20
Protector, accompanied with the Duke of Buckingham, went through 2, 68/ 22
Guildhall in London the Duke of Buckingham, accompanied with 2, 69/ 2
the Protector's name, the Duke stood up, and (as 2, 69/ 8
most excellent prince Richard, Duke of Gloucester, now Protector 2, 73/ 11
late noble prince Richard, Duke of York, to whose 2, 73/ 31
of the fore-remembered noble duke of York. Which thing 2, 74/ 3
show us." When the Duke had said -- and 2, 74/ 34
answered thereunto. Wherewith the Duke was marvelously abashed, and 2, 75/ 4
counsel drew about the Duke and said that the 2, 75/ 19
commons of that the Duke had twice rehearsed them 2, 75/ 28
men amazed. Whereupon the Duke rounded unto the Mayor 2, 75/ 32
said. And when the Duke and the Mayor saw 2, 76/ 24
Wherefore, friends," quoth the Duke, "since that we perceive 2, 76/ 28
came thither with the Duke, not able to dissemble 2, 77/ 4
to their appointment, the Duke of Buckingham, with divers 2, 77/ 12
gentlemen. And thereupon the Duke sent word unto the 2, 77/ 13
or harm. Then the Duke, when he had showed 2, 77/ 20
meant. And thereupon the Duke of Buckingham first made 2, 77/ 29
be grieved. When the Duke had this leave and 2, 78/ 9
this answer given, the Duke, by the Protector's license 2, 79/ 12
dear father, Richard, late Duke of York; to which 2, 80/ 2
confederation -- between the Duke of Buckingham and many 2, 87/ 23
the King and the Duke fell out is of 2, 87/ 24
folk diverse-wise pretended. This duke -- as I have 2, 88/ 1
as soon as the Duke of Gloucester, upon the 2, 88/ 2
secret trust with the Duke of Gloucester, desiring that 2, 88/ 6
his master. And the Duke of Gloucester, advertised of 2, 88/ 8
farther message from the duke his master, within few 2, 88/ 15
Whereupon at Northampton the Duke met with the Protector 2, 89/ 1
as soon as the Duke came home, he so 2, 89/ 4
heard say that the Duke, a little before the 2, 89/ 8
of the Protector the Duke of Hereford's lands, to 2, 89/ 9
of other that the Duke verily looked to have 2, 89/ 24
Protector had of the Duke, and in what peril 2, 90/ 5
in what peril the Duke stood if he fell 2, 90/ 5
Protector would give the Duke occasion of displeasure, or 2, 90/ 6
of displeasure, or the Duke the Protector occasion of 2, 90/ 7
truth it is, the Duke was an high-minded man 2, 90/ 10
saw it, that the Duke, at such time as 2, 90/ 11
means to set this duke in his top: joined 2, 91/ 7
Whereby perceiving now this duke glad to common with 2, 91/ 21
him. For when the Duke first began to praise 2, 92/ 2
farther. Then longed the Duke sore to hear what 2, 92/ 17
I then?'" The Duke laughed merrily at the 2, 93/ 10
less." Then longed the Duke yet much more to 2, 93/ 16