EVERMORE...............1
times past ye stood evermore in doubt. For who 2, 69/ 23
 
 EVERY..................31
and attendance of which every one ought him as 2, 14/ 25
strong. For whereas now every lord loved other, and 2, 16/ 14
and the ways on every side beset -- neither 2, 18/ 9
household about him, and every man weaponed, he took 2, 21/ 17
had begun that thought every day a year till 2, 25/ 12
have it run in every man's mouth -- not 2, 26/ 18
to keep sanctuary. For every man will ween that 2, 26/ 21
For that privilege hath every place. Knoweth any man 2, 32/ 2
very nature forbiddeth in every place, and maketh, to 2, 32/ 5
to that regard, for every man every place a 2, 32/ 6
regard, for every man every place a sanctuary. But 2, 32/ 6
men tell me, forbiddeth every man the custody of 2, 39/ 32
be meant, of which every man wist himself clear 2, 47/ 25
never other. And thereupon every man's mind sore misgave 2, 48/ 11
like a wind in every man's ear. But the 2, 52/ 24
required them to report. Every man answered him fair 2, 53/ 8
long a process, that every child might well perceive 2, 54/ 6
true, and that nevertheless every man laughed at to 2, 54/ 23
others that be in every point comparable with her 2, 63/ 26
that there was in every man's mouth spoken of 2, 68/ 32
commissioners so much of every man took as no 2, 69/ 32
benevolence" had signified that every man should pay, not 2, 70/ 2
the realm was in every part annoyed, yet especially 2, 72/ 17
as the thing wherein every man forbeareth to say 2, 73/ 25
and so convenient, that every man much marveled that 2, 75/ 12
a joyful to hear, every man with one voice 2, 76/ 27
Protector, which else, as every man may wit, would 2, 79/ 26
diversely of the matter, every man as his fantasy 2, 80/ 19
consecration of a bishop, every man wotteth well, by 2, 80/ 27
those babes, not after every way that I have 2, 83/ 5
tormentors. Which things on every part well pondered, God 2, 86/ 21
 
 EVERYONE...............1
party; and in effect everyone as he was nearest 2, 14/ 14
 
 EVERYTHING.............2
never asked little, but everything was hawsed above the 2, 70/ 4
tale that he showed everything as the Duke's words 2, 75/ 30
 
 EVERYWHERE.............1
appetite was insatiable, and everywhere over all the realm 2, 72/ 6
 
 EVIDENTLY..............1
ornately, and nevertheless so evidently and plainly, with voice 2, 75/ 11
 
 EVIL...................22
things unnaturally committed. None evil captain was he in 2, 7/ 30
and cruel, not for evil will always, but oftener 2, 8/ 10
life he looked that evil diet should shorten) should 2, 8/ 28
must needs ensue the evil bringing up of the 2, 11/ 29
then they that by evil means before pleased him 2, 12/ 2
that ever, at length, evil drifts drive to naught 2, 12/ 3
our own affection or evil tongues aggrieveth. But this 2, 12/ 7
his presence should refrain evil disposed persons from the 2, 14/ 8
in other lands (as evil words walk far) -- 2, 26/ 19
for naught. And such evil opinion once fastened in 2, 26/ 22
but for their own evil deserving. And nevertheless, if 2, 28/ 26
the sea or their evil debtors have brought in 2, 30/ 8
toward the child any evil intended. The Queen with 2, 40/ 23
that he was an evil counselor to the King's 2, 53/ 21
his realm, by his evil company, sinister procuring, and 2, 53/ 23
they were not so evil. For men use, if 2, 57/ 4
if they have an evil turn, to write it 2, 57/ 5
their lives heard so evil a tale so well-told 2, 75/ 13
And as the thing evil gotten is never well 2, 82/ 13
other, taking it in evil part, sent him word 2, 89/ 19
he rode on (with evil will), and that notwithstanding 2, 89/ 20
an high-minded man, and evil could bear the glory 2, 90/ 10
 
 EVIL-WILLERS...........1
to suffer our well-proved evil-willers to grow in over-great 2, 15/ 2
 
 EXAMINATION............1
her with child. This examination solemnly taken, when it 2, 65/ 6
 
 EXAMINE................1
man to do to examine. And yet fear I 2, 39/ 30
 
 EXAMINED...............3
the King's Council, indifferently examined, and by other discretions 2, 23/ 14
should, upon the matter examined, do well enough. And 2, 37/ 1
Dighton and he were examined, and confessed the murder 2, 86/ 12
 
 EXAMPLE................2
sinister procuring, and ungracious example, as well in many 2, 53/ 24
world a more notable example neither in what unsurety 2, 86/ 22
 
 EXAMPLES...............3
goods serve. And if examples be sufficient to obtain 2, 39/ 7
of this sentence certain examples taken out of the 2, 67/ 6
should remember you of examples by name -- as 2, 70/ 12
 
 EXCELLED...............1
three diverse properties diversely excelled: one the merriest, another 2, 56/ 7
 
 EXCELLENT..............4
she said, "nothing so excellent but that it might 2, 62/ 18
title that the most excellent prince Richard, Duke of 2, 73/ 10
come unto the most excellent prince the Lord Protector 2, 74/ 2
some of such other excellent virtues meet for the 2, 93/ 23
 
 EXCEPT.................8
of any man else, except only the immoderate advancement 2, 15/ 7
matter for this time, except any of your lordships 2, 27/ 15
it for him -- except the law give a 2, 39/ 4
in diverse chambers -- except the Lord Chamberlain, whom 2, 49/ 11
put upon their backs except that some sudden necessity 2, 52/ 30
lords in England -- except unto those that made 2, 71/ 33
the enemies he had except the devil could never 2, 84/ 12
Will," or "William Slaughter") except, set to serve them 2, 85/ 6
 
 EXCUSE.................1
in goodly wise to excuse himself, they tarried not 2, 18/ 23
 
 EXCUSED................1
between them. Howbeit, some excused that again and said 2, 80/ 25
 
 EXCUSING...............1
saluting them courteously and excusing himself that he had 2, 47/ 4
 
 EXECRABLE..............1
them destitute, and the execrable desire of sovereignty provoked 2, 5/ 29
 
 EXECUTION..............3
the delaying of his execution might have encouraged other 2, 53/ 33
counsel and in the execution of such lawless enterprises 2, 57/ 23
their beds. To the execution whereof, he appointed Miles 2, 85/ 11
 
 EXHORT.................1
speak with you, I exhort you and require you 2, 13/ 18
 
 EXHORTED...............1
so suddenly stopped), and exhorted him so, familiarly between 2, 92/ 19
 
 EXPEDIENT..............1
it should be more expedient to keep him elsewhere 2, 35/ 28
 
 EXPERIENCE.............5
good, and of much experience, and one of the 2, 25/ 6
We have also had experience that the desire of 2, 41/ 24
secret with him, having experience of the world and 2, 57/ 24
joined with so great experience; which albeit he will 2, 74/ 21
had gotten by great experience (the very mother and 2, 91/ 19
 
 EXPLAINED..............1
rather signified than fully explained, and which things shall 2, 73/ 24
 
 EXPRESS................2
undoubted image, the plain, express likeness of that noble 2, 67/ 32
undoubted image, the plain, express likeness of the noble 2, 68/ 20
 
 EXTEND.................1
man's pleasure stretch and extend to the displeasure of 2, 4/ 23
 
 EYE....................4
be ruled by his eye than by mine own 2, 63/ 33
whom he set his eye upon, in whom he 2, 72/ 8
realm, now with his eye of pity to behold 2, 78/ 13
the Protector's head, his eye could not abide the 2, 90/ 12