EDWARD'S...............10
long time in King Edward's life forethought to be 2, 8/ 26
him straight after King Edward's death. But others again 2, 43/ 1
obtain it in King Edward's time. Besides these requests 2, 44/ 5
to surmise in King Edward's children -- that would 2, 59/ 33
before done, about King Edward's marriage. After that King 2, 60/ 2
which he pretended King Edward's children to be bastards 2, 66/ 12
realm was appointed King Edward's line should not any 2, 79/ 17
in any wise, King Edward's line to govern them 2, 79/ 31
have heard, after King Edward's death first taken by 2, 91/ 5
between him and King Edward's daughter -- by which 2, 91/ 8
 
 EFFECT.................5
well assuaged, and in effect quenched, in that that 2, 4/ 5
duke's demeanor ministreth in effect all the whole matter 2, 6/ 9
same party; and in effect everyone as he was 2, 14/ 14
young babe, condescended in effect that if he were 2, 33/ 22
the whole sum and effect of this our present 2, 72/ 31
 
 EFFECTUAL..............2
make His Grace so effectual report that we doubt 2, 76/ 30
possible take for most effectual: we be content, and 2, 80/ 4
 
 EFFUSION...............2
hath been so great effusion of the ancient noble 2, 71/ 20
together hath been the effusion of great part of 2, 73/ 20
 
 EFTSOONS...............2
hurt before, that we eftsoons fall not in that 2, 13/ 8
meeting and communication had, eftsoons departed. Whereupon at Northampton2, 88/ 19
 
 EIGHT..................1
years, one month, and eight days, died at Westminster 2, 3/ 3
 
 EIGHTH.................2
and mother unto the Eighth; Cecily, not so fortunate 2, 3/ 9
nephew King Henry the Eighth in very prosperous estate 2, 3/ 16
 
 EITHER.................50
long time tossed in either fortune -- sometimes in 2, 3/ 14
days before got him either more hearts or more 2, 5/ 19
their destruction which if either kind or kindness had 2, 6/ 1
Where his cause was, either for right or favor 2, 6/ 16
points fortunate -- if either his own ambition had 2, 7/ 3
and courage equal with either of them, in body 2, 7/ 18
for his own person) either of hardiness or politic 2, 8/ 3
oftener for ambition, and either for the surety or 2, 8/ 11
and the King's blood, either party envying other's authority 2, 9/ 29
their friends, of which either party should counsel for 2, 10/ 23
forward. And also while either party laboreth to be 2, 11/ 27
small displeasure done us, either our own affection or 2, 12/ 7
of you with other, either of kindred or affinity 2, 12/ 14
anything earthly regard -- either God or your king 2, 13/ 22
For whomsoever he perceived either at variance with them 2, 14/ 20
band, more than stood either with his honor or 2, 15/ 6
lords, knights, and gentlemen, either for favor of the 2, 22/ 19
other discretions ordered, and either judged or appeased. But 2, 23/ 15
that household must needs either be brought away or 2, 24/ 7
the other, if he either remained in sanctuary or 2, 25/ 15
such thing to fear, either for her son or 2, 28/ 22
come in question, while either party taketh other as 2, 30/ 12
Old Law. For if either necessity, his own defense 2, 30/ 20
a pardon serveth, which either the law granteth of 2, 30/ 22
any of them as either of them for other 2, 34/ 30
is there none that either knoweth better how to 2, 35/ 15
also, save herself, lacked either wit or troth. Wit 2, 40/ 19
she wist it was either needless or bootless: wherefore 2, 41/ 5
a proof as, if either of both lacked in 2, 41/ 16
he had not had either more troth or less 2, 45/ 29
is it to hear, either the warnings of that 2, 49/ 25
faith in dreams which either his own fear fantasieth 2, 50/ 12
for some falsehood. Wherefore either is there no peril 2, 50/ 18
than think it were either our own fault or 2, 50/ 21
yet he forbore her, either for reverence or for 2, 55/ 22
men in great stead, either for none or very 2, 56/ 20
gay than rich -- either for that she was 2, 56/ 21
stand them in stead, either by power or policy 2, 58/ 14
they should allege bastardy, either in King Edward himself 2, 59/ 19
in the matter that either the bishops durst not 2, 64/ 30
But this device quailed, either by the Protector's negligence 2, 68/ 7
dishonesty of those that, either for fear or flattery 2, 70/ 19
Who is of you either so negligent that he 2, 70/ 24
many here present that either in themselves or their 2, 70/ 29
their persons greatly endangered, either by feigned quarrels or 2, 70/ 31
whom he anything liked, either person or favor, speech 2, 72/ 8
which, as it seemeth, either you see not or 2, 76/ 8
other way but that either he must take it 2, 79/ 27
with the occasions moving either part, we shall have 2, 82/ 31
of the tyrant) that either the Protector would give 2, 90/ 6
 
 EKE....................1
also and some lords eke, to mark the matter 2, 45/ 8
 
 ELBOW..................2
the one at the elbow of the city, the 2, 30/ 29
doublet sleeve to his elbow upon his left arm 2, 48/ 10
 
 ELDER..................2
slippery youth underpropped with elder counsel, which neither they 2, 11/ 23
age considered of the elder of them both, but 2, 35/ 4
 
 ELECTION...............3
benevolently minded toward his election. Wherein, dear friends, what 2, 74/ 33
is now joined your election, the nobles and commons 2, 80/ 3
June (after this mockish "election"), then was he crowned 2, 82/ 9
 
 ELEVEN.................2
him at Stony Stratford, eleven miles thence, early, ere 2, 17/ 14
hour, between ten and eleven, he returned into the 2, 47/ 15
 
 ELIZABETH..............11
York, two years younger; Elizabeth, whose fortune and grace 2, 3/ 7
to the King, Dame Elizabeth Grey (which was after 2, 60/ 13
father. Howbeit, this Dame Elizabeth, herself being in service 2, 60/ 17
the only widowhood of Elizabeth Grey, though she were 2, 62/ 24
should marry one Dame Elizabeth Lucy, whom the King 2, 64/ 24
was sure to Dame Elizabeth Lucy, and her husband 2, 64/ 29
openly testified. Whereupon Dame Elizabeth Lucy was sent for 2, 64/ 33
honorable solemnity married Dame Elizabeth Grey, and her crowned 2, 65/ 9
And that, also, Dame Elizabeth Lucy was verily the 2, 66/ 22
God husband unto Dame Elizabeth Lucy, and so his 2, 67/ 15
his very wife, Dame Elizabeth Lucy) was never lawfully 2, 73/ 17
 
 ELSE...................11
above the truth, or else that nature changed her 2, 7/ 28
commodity of any man else, except only the immoderate 2, 15/ 7
one man alone, or else that if she finally 2, 33/ 32
remember their imprisonment); or else, if they were put 2, 43/ 14
toward his King, or else of a certain kind 2, 48/ 22
under the table, or else his head had been 2, 49/ 3
know, which few know else as yet, and more 2, 52/ 5
moved the Protector, which else, as every man may 2, 79/ 25
must take it or else he and his both 2, 79/ 28
he pay for nothing else. And yet must he 2, 80/ 29
himself at home, and else had he been put 2, 92/ 25