AFTERWARD..............6
be next the best, afterward equal with the best 2, 12/ 26
places to prison, and afterward all to Pomfret, where 2, 20/ 13
would with this business afterward; for he never intended 2, 40/ 17
victual killed therefor that afterward was cast away. These 2, 47/ 1
there stricken off, and afterward his body, with the 2, 49/ 23
her. And taking her afterward secretly aside, began to 2, 61/ 8
 
 AGAIN..................26
not in that occasion again. Now be those griefs 2, 13/ 9
this land find peace again. Wherefore in these last 2, 13/ 17
other part much people again for their defense whose 2, 16/ 22
that should send back again and compel to return 2, 18/ 2
Northampton, where they took again further counsel. And there 2, 19/ 30
Seal, and departed home again, yet in the dawning 2, 22/ 12
sent for the Seal again, and brought it with 2, 22/ 32
be brought in frame again. Which strife, if it 2, 23/ 21
kill, and come in again as though those places 2, 31/ 15
my husband returned safe again and had the victory 2, 39/ 19
we shall kiss together again." And therewith she kissed 2, 42/ 10
Edward's death. But others again, which knew better the 2, 43/ 1
prison and set up again King Henry VI, which 2, 65/ 28
stably attained the crown again that he peaceably enjoyed 2, 66/ 5
to repeat those words again: "This is the very 2, 68/ 15
it, losing and winning again, it hath cost more 2, 71/ 17
that I rehearse you again that ye have already 2, 73/ 1
them the same matter again in other order and 2, 75/ 10
turned unto the people again, with these words: "Dear 2, 76/ 2
messenger such loving message again, and therewith so humbly 2, 77/ 23
good help, to get again and subdue, and establish 2, 80/ 11
Howbeit, some excused that again and said, "All must 2, 80/ 25
took up the bodies again and secretly interred them 2, 86/ 7
always ready to strike again. He took ill rest 2, 87/ 16
mind, yet met him again, with farther message from 2, 88/ 15
VII got him home again, made him Archbishop of 2, 91/ 13
 
 AGAINST................23
had not set him against his brother, or the 2, 7/ 4
his enemies, his brother against him. For -- were 2, 7/ 5
man then Lord Chamberlain, against whom the Queen specially 2, 11/ 1
attempted not so specially against the other lords as 2, 22/ 25
the other lords as against the King himself, in 2, 22/ 26
matters attempted by them against the dukes of Gloucester 2, 23/ 7
to take him out against her will. For it 2, 27/ 29
of lawful hurt. For against unlawful harms, never pope 2, 31/ 30
a thing so sore against my child's honor, and 2, 36/ 19
I say he that against my will taketh out 2, 38/ 25
speak sore, biting words against the Protector, and such 2, 40/ 10
if he should be against him -- and that 2, 43/ 25
Tuesday at St. Alban's against King Edward. And little 2, 60/ 22
if he be wived against his appetite. "And I 2, 63/ 21
King's mother objected openly against his marriage, as it 2, 64/ 27
assembled a great puissance against the King, and came 2, 65/ 15
man earthly can govern against their wills; and we 2, 79/ 32
pardon all offenses committed against him. And to the 2, 81/ 31
Tower for treason committed against the most famous prince 2, 86/ 10
and many other gentlemen against him. The occasion whereupon 2, 87/ 24
and so highly conspired against him that a man 2, 89/ 5
a dead man strive against the quick. So was 2, 92/ 10
purpose not to spurn against a prick nor labor 2, 92/ 13
 
 AGE....................6
goodly towardness, as their age could receive) a marvelous 2, 5/ 26
occasion of the tender age of the young princes 2, 9/ 23
was a man of age and of discretion, yet 2, 15/ 5
nor far above his age. And nevertheless of estate 2, 26/ 11
mother -- the tender age considered of the elder 2, 35/ 4
is of so sad age, and thereto of so 2, 74/ 21
 
 AGENT..................1
theme "Spuria vitulamina non agent radices altas," that is 2, 66/ 27
 
 AGES...................1
convenience of their both ages and estates so meetly 2, 34/ 29
 
 AGGRIEVED..............1
quarrels or small matters aggrieved with heinous names. And 2, 71/ 1
 
 AGGRIEVETH.............1
affection or evil tongues aggrieveth. But this wot I 2, 12/ 7
 
 AGO....................2
than five hundred years ago -- by Saint Peter's 2, 28/ 3
residue, since so long ago I wot ne'er what 2, 31/ 20
 
 AGREE..................4
give it if ye agree not. For where each 2, 11/ 24
law most ought to agree together. Such a pestilent 2, 12/ 21
the more part, they agree much worse than with 2, 38/ 20
we be content, and agree favorably to incline to 2, 80/ 5
 
 AGREED.................3
York, whom they all agreed also to be thereto 2, 27/ 24
or as they thought, agreed plainly that by the 2, 32/ 28
commodity. Then it was agreed that the Protector should 2, 44/ 1
 
 AH.....................4
from the Lord Chamberlain. "Ah, woe worth him," quoth 2, 22/ 4
to send him away." "Ah, sir," quoth the Queen 2, 37/ 21
And therefore he said, "Ah, Hastings, art you remembered 2, 52/ 1
secret page of his, "Ah, whom shall a man 2, 83/ 24
 
 AID....................2
should have the Duke's aid to make him king 2, 44/ 1
joined gentlemen together in aid of King Henry, devising 2, 91/ 7
 
 AIL....................1
what thing should him ail. Then, when he had 2, 47/ 19
 
 ALAS...................1
to sigh and said, "Alas! I would my uncle 2, 85/ 1
 
 ALBAN'S................1
Shrove Tuesday at St. Alban's against King Edward. And 2, 60/ 22
 
 ALBEIT.................22
had obtained Berwick. And albeit that all the time 2, 5/ 7
that, King Henry's blood (albeit he had a goodly 2, 6/ 17
whose death King Edward (albeit he commanded it), when 2, 7/ 14
Edward in his life, albeit that this dissension between 2, 10/ 10
of his children -- albeit he nothing less mistrusted 2, 10/ 16
trow, King Edward himself, albeit he was a man 2, 15/ 4
lords with." This device, albeit that it made the 2, 24/ 10
a new surfeit. And albeit there might be found 2, 35/ 13
king. To which council albeit there were adhibited very 2, 44/ 21
he loved better -- albeit his heart somewhat grudged 2, 47/ 33
the falling; which thing albeit each man wot well 2, 50/ 29
demure, so womanly, and albeit she were out of 2, 54/ 30
in the King's days, albeit he was sore enamored 2, 55/ 21
her in her youth, albeit some that now see 2, 55/ 26
were not much less, albeit they be much less 2, 57/ 4
widow. In whose person, albeit there was nothing to 2, 62/ 16
of her rule. And albeit he would gladly that 2, 63/ 3
her, he said that albeit marriage, being a spiritual 2, 63/ 6
was sent for. And albeit that she was by 2, 64/ 34
of open war, which albeit that it is ever 2, 71/ 10
so great experience; which albeit he will be loath 2, 74/ 22
that matter. In which albeit they meant as much 2, 78/ 2