DUKE'S.................10
But forasmuch as this duke's demeanor ministreth in effect 2, 6/ 8
being beaten into the Duke's mind, brought him to 2, 43/ 29
Protector should have the Duke's aid to make him 2, 44/ 1
son should marry the Duke's daughter, and that the 2, 44/ 3
showed everything as the Duke's words and no part 2, 75/ 30
an ambushment of the Duke's servants and Nashfield's, and 2, 76/ 16
that he rejected the Duke's request with many spiteful 2, 89/ 13
any demand of the Duke's uncourteously rejected, but he 2, 90/ 15
own deliverance and the Duke's destruction. The Bishop was 2, 90/ 21
of their communications the Duke's pride now and then 2, 91/ 23
 
 DUKES..................12
from Northampton, when these dukes of Gloucester and Buckingham 2, 17/ 8
friendly cheer between these dukes and the Lord Rivers 2, 17/ 16
Lord Rivers lodged, the dukes secretly with a few 2, 17/ 20
unready. Now had these dukes taken also into their 2, 17/ 28
license; forasmuch as the dukes themselves intended, for the 2, 18/ 5
All which things these dukes wist well were done 2, 19/ 16
he heard that these dukes were gone back with 2, 21/ 10
by them against the dukes of Gloucester and Buckingham 2, 23/ 7
were, not by the dukes only, but also by 2, 23/ 12
coronation, toward which the dukes were coming up -- 2, 23/ 19
by that that the dukes of Gloucester and Buckingham 2, 23/ 27
the destruction of the dukes of Gloucester and Buckingham 2, 23/ 32
 
 DUKES'.................1
thereof, such of the dukes' servants as rode with 2, 24/ 4
 
 DULL...................2
if they were so dull that they could nothing 2, 40/ 20
was no man so dull that heard them but 2, 80/ 23
 
 DURESS.................1
to put them in duress without color will let 2, 36/ 29
 
 DURST..................11
it were achieved, yet durst he no further attempt 2, 25/ 13
undevout a king that durst that sacred place violate 2, 28/ 7
holy a bishop that durst it presume to consecrate 2, 28/ 8
yet so devilish that durst presume to break? And 2, 37/ 31
lords there present, he durst lay his own body 2, 40/ 14
terrible words, that he durst no further break. And 2, 46/ 16
world, into which he durst never after come abroad 2, 59/ 6
greatly increased that she durst somewhat the more boldly 2, 61/ 21
that either the bishops durst not, or the King 2, 64/ 31
home and never after durst look out, for shame 2, 68/ 28
which pardon obtained they durst not be bold to 2, 78/ 1
 
 DUST...................1
we write it in dust -- which is not 2, 57/ 6
 
 DUTY...................2
under pretext of her duty to Godward, she devised 2, 64/ 22
it was the chiefest duty of a king to 2, 81/ 21
 
 DWELLED................1
wife (for her husband dwelled not with her), and 2, 54/ 15
 
 DWELLING...............1
house of one Pottier, dwelling in Red Cross Street 2, 9/ 10
 
 DYING..................1
enjoyed it until his dying day, and in such 2, 66/ 6
 
 EACH...................15
peace (for in war each party must needs be 2, 3/ 21
you love them, if each of you hate other 2, 11/ 20
agree not. For where each laboreth to break that 2, 11/ 24
and for hatred of each of other's person impugneth 2, 11/ 25
of other's person impugneth each other's counsel, there must 2, 11/ 26
of mine allies, and each of you with other 2, 12/ 13
forward, all griefs forgotten, each of you love other 2, 13/ 21
by their words appeared) each forgave other, and joined 2, 13/ 29
two -- not bearing each to other so much 2, 15/ 32
sure of their uncle? Each of these children is 2, 41/ 28
they be asunder, and each of their lives lieth 2, 41/ 29
falling; which thing albeit each man wot well daily 2, 50/ 29
some too! And so each of us hath a 2, 64/ 11
or fear, or that each looked that other should 2, 75/ 14
that ever after, continually, each of them lived in 2, 89/ 23
 
 EAR....................2
wind in every man's ear. But the Protector immediately 2, 52/ 24
never come near their ear." "In good faith, sir 2, 93/ 13
 
 EARL...................10
Lord Howard, and after Earl of Surrey. And Catherine 2, 3/ 13
Stanley, that was after Earl of Derby, wisely mistrusted 2, 45/ 10
over in embassage the Earl of Warwick, with other 2, 60/ 5
In which thing the Earl of Warwick found the 2, 60/ 9
which done, and the Earl of Warwick being in 2, 60/ 24
do, standing that the Earl of Warwick had so 2, 62/ 6
boon. But when the Earl of Warwick understood of 2, 65/ 13
In which meantime the Earl of Warwick took out 2, 65/ 26
the power of the Earl of Warwick, which was 2, 65/ 29
Day field slew the Earl of Warwick with many 2, 66/ 3
 
 EARLDOM................1
quiet possession of the earldom of Hereford, which he 2, 44/ 4
 
 EARLY..................1
Stratford, eleven miles thence, early, ere he departed. So 2, 17/ 15
 
 EARNEST................1
her answer, part in earnest, part in play, merrily 2, 63/ 2
 
 EARS...................3
should be in mine ears ere it were well 2, 45/ 18
the blood about his ears. Then were they all 2, 49/ 5
flattery that no man's ears could abide them. Penker 2, 59/ 2
 
 EARTHLY................10
will if ye anything earthly regard -- either God 2, 13/ 22
lovingly, that they, nothing earthly mistrusting, brought the King 2, 17/ 5
and amiable manner, nothing earthly knowing nor mistrusting as 2, 19/ 5
man should, for anything earthly, enterprise to break the 2, 28/ 10
also, thinking none hurt earthly meant toward the young 2, 33/ 21
dare put no person earthly in trust with his 2, 35/ 8
beheaded, and without other earthly guilt but only that 2, 58/ 1
the amity of no earthly nation so necessary for 2, 63/ 10
themselves, nor in none earthly nation so deadly and 2, 71/ 12
them, whom no man earthly can govern against their 2, 79/ 31
 
 EASE...................2
hope of gay apparel, ease, pleasure, and other wanton 2, 55/ 15
truth not well at ease, and that both to 2, 90/ 14
 
 EASILY.................4
kindred, they might peradventure easily have betrapped and brought 2, 15/ 11
this. Why not as easily as they have done 2, 15/ 12
thing that the more easily made her incline unto 2, 55/ 12
manner as they might easily perceive it booted not 2, 61/ 33
 
 EAST...................1
there -- in the east end of the hall 2, 69/ 4
 
 EASTER.................2
Mary's Hospital at the Easter after. But certain is 2, 59/ 11
at Barnet on the Easter Day field slew the 2, 66/ 3
 
 EASY...................5
that were of themselves easy to kindle, and in 2, 15/ 27
trusteth -- it is easy to perceive that frowardness 2, 29/ 11
secret to his friend; easy to beguile, as he 2, 52/ 20
-- but under an easy name of "benevolence and 2, 69/ 31
and thereby feeling him easy to fall out if 2, 91/ 25
 
 EDMUND.................2
near to the city, Edmund Shaa, goldsmith, then mayor 2, 24/ 16
they made of counsel Edmund Shaa, knight, then Mayor 2, 58/ 16
 
 EDWARD.................34
King Edward, of that name the 2, 3/ 1
that is to wit, Edward, the Prince, a thirteen-year-of-age 2, 3/ 6
slain, leaving three sons: Edward, George, and Richard. All 2, 6/ 25
and impatient of partners. Edward, revenging his father's death 2, 6/ 28
malmsey, whose death King Edward (albeit he commanded it 2, 7/ 14
night in which King Edward died, one Mistlebrook, long 2, 9/ 8
unto Pottier that King Edward was departed. "By my 2, 9/ 12
his own blood. King Edward in his life, albeit 2, 10/ 10
remember, I trow, King Edward himself, albeit he was 2, 15/ 4
and in especial twain: Edward, Duke of Buckingham, and 2, 15/ 28
the death of King Edward kept Shore's wife -- 2, 48/ 20
the body of King Edward; whose both souls our 2, 49/ 24
been accused unto King Edward by the Lord Rivers 2, 51/ 19
bastardy, either in King Edward himself or in his 2, 59/ 20
lay bastardy in King Edward sounded openly to the 2, 59/ 24
marriage. After that King Edward IV had deposed King 2, 60/ 2
a marriage between King Edward and the king's daughter 2, 60/ 8
St. Alban's against King Edward. And little while enjoyed 2, 60/ 22
she was delivered of Edward, the prince of whom 2, 65/ 25
was before by King Edward deposed -- and that 2, 65/ 28
for in conclusion King Edward returned, and, with much 2, 66/ 2
people that neither King Edward himself nor the Duke 2, 66/ 18
the wife of King Edward, and so the Prince 2, 66/ 22
declared then that King Edward was never lawfully married 2, 67/ 13
besides that, neither King Edward himself nor the Duke 2, 67/ 23
said also that King Edward was far off. But 2, 67/ 27
the children of King Edward the Fourth were never 2, 73/ 15
he bore unto King Edward and his children, that 2, 78/ 27
the death of King Edward, came to York and 2, 88/ 3
funeral service for King Edward, sent thither, in the 2, 88/ 4
the Prince while King Edward had the King in 2, 90/ 26
crown, and not King Edward. But after that God 2, 92/ 8
lose it, and King Edward to reign -- I 2, 92/ 9
was I to King Edward faithful chaplain, and glad 2, 92/ 10