FARDELS................1
sanctuary; chests, coffers, packs, fardels, trusses, all on men's 2, 21/ 21
 
 FAREWELL...............1
said unto the child, "Farewell, my own sweet son 2, 42/ 8
 
 FARTHER................11
hardy, and nevertheless no farther than wisdom would, adventurous 2, 4/ 14
show you, ere we farther go, what manner of 2, 6/ 11
shortly conveyed to his farther liberty. Wherefore, incontinent, at 2, 25/ 17
me much the more farther to deliver him." "Truly 2, 37/ 11
quoth he, "and the farther that you be to 2, 37/ 12
to deliver him, the farther be other men to 2, 37/ 13
ever the longer, the farther off, and also that 2, 40/ 9
city, and so forth farther about, like a wind 2, 52/ 24
be, will meddle no farther. For they that sometimes 2, 81/ 9
met him again, with farther message from the duke 2, 88/ 15
his beads and no farther. Then longed the Duke 2, 92/ 17
 
 FARTHEST...............1
best, shall after fall farthest out of favor; so 2, 12/ 2
 
 FAST...................9
the child weeping as fast. When the Lord Cardinal 2, 42/ 12
in one place, as fast were they in another 2, 44/ 19
he found him so fast, and heard him speak 2, 46/ 15
Protector set the lords fast in communing, and thereupon 2, 47/ 11
King, and came so fast upon him, ere he 2, 65/ 16
not rising yet so fast as he had hoped 2, 84/ 4
favor. He had been fast upon the part of 2, 90/ 24
the other, for his fast faith and wisdom, not 2, 91/ 2
saw him run so fast, asked him whither he 2, 93/ 5
 
 FASTEN.................1
that no color could fasten upon these matters, then 2, 54/ 21
 
 FASTENED...............1
such evil opinion once fastened in men's hearts, hard 2, 26/ 22
 
 FASTLY.................1
Gloucester was sure and fastly faithful to his prince 2, 23/ 5
 
 FATHER.................11
their Protector, to their father beholden, to themselves by 2, 6/ 4
the life of his father sent thither, to the 2, 14/ 7
meetly than our Reverend Father here present, my Lord 2, 26/ 30
the Prince unto his father, when he first took 2, 39/ 21
the trust that his father put in you ever 2, 42/ 5
counselor to the King's father, enticing him to many 2, 53/ 21
the Lord Woodville, her father. Howbeit, this Dame Elizabeth 2, 60/ 17
of York, calling him "father to the Lord Protector 2, 67/ 9
the noble duke his father." "This is," quoth he 2, 67/ 30
duke of York his father. This is the father's 2, 68/ 18
of our most dear father, Richard, late Duke of 2, 80/ 2
 
 FATHER'S...............3
partners. Edward, revenging his father's death, deprived King Henry 2, 6/ 29
is," quoth he, "the father's own figure; this is 2, 67/ 30
father. This is the father's own figure, this his 2, 68/ 18
 
 FAULT..................5
grace, hardly refraineth. This fault not greatly grieved the 2, 4/ 22
fear of his own fault, whereof he saw no 2, 18/ 16
conscience of his own fault maketh him fain need 2, 32/ 15
were either our own fault or faint heart. And 2, 50/ 21
the word be without fault -- forasmuch as it 2, 92/ 29
 
 FAULTLESS..............2
he faulty, were he faultless, attainted was he by 2, 7/ 11
continent prince, clean and faultless of himself, sent out 2, 54/ 25
 
 FAULTY.................1
and finally, were he faulty, were he faultless, attainted 2, 7/ 10
 
 FAVOR..................31
of his death. Which favor and affection yet after 2, 3/ 26
season grown into his favor, of which he was 2, 4/ 8
hearts or more hearty favor among the common people 2, 5/ 19
either for right or favor, so far forth advanced 2, 6/ 16
advice to win themselves favor than by profitable advertisement 2, 10/ 25
grudged for the great favor the King bore him 2, 11/ 2
fall farthest out of favor; so that ever, at 2, 12/ 3
rooted in the Prince's favor, the Duke of Gloucester 2, 14/ 17
or bearing himself their favor, he broke unto them 2, 14/ 21
office and the King's favor. These two -- not 2, 15/ 31
and gentlemen, either for favor of the Queen or 2, 22/ 19
and is also in favor and credence with her 2, 26/ 28
and, by the special favor of the Lord Chamberlain 2, 45/ 26
her he loved; whose favor, to say the truth 2, 56/ 14
men were out of favor, she would bring them 2, 56/ 17
substance, after as great favor with the prince, after 2, 56/ 32
fair, of a good favor, moderate of stature, well 2, 61/ 6
much the more hearty favor in that he disdained 2, 63/ 12
lands, his alliance, and favor with all the people 2, 65/ 31
in the lineaments and favor of his visage" represented 2, 67/ 29
in the lineaments and favor of his visage representeth 2, 68/ 17
the zeal and hearty favor that we bear you 2, 69/ 11
it happed those to favor him whom the prince 2, 70/ 27
liked, either person or favor, speech, pace, or countenance 2, 72/ 8
bore ever your special favor to his party. Which 2, 72/ 28
much the more tender favor, in how much he 2, 74/ 32
the love and hearty favor they bore him, praying 2, 79/ 4
partners of the prince's favor -- and namely not 2, 84/ 7
wise ways to win favor. He had been fast 2, 90/ 23
trust and very special favor. Which he nothing deceived 2, 91/ 4
have found the like favor. The Bishop right humbly 2, 92/ 26
 
 FAVORABLE..............1
there be whom any favorable necessity compelled to go 2, 30/ 25
 
 FAVORABLY..............2
be less, and more favorably, handled -- not even 2, 59/ 29
be content, and agree favorably to incline to your 2, 80/ 5
 
 FAVORED................3
were greatly abashed, that favored her. But the Lord 2, 47/ 31
him whom the prince favored not! We need not 2, 70/ 28
of folk he most favored, we shall, for his 2, 71/ 29
 
 FAVORS.................1
those that by their favors more resembled other known 2, 67/ 25
 
 FEAR...................45
and prosperous estate: no fear of outward enemies, no 2, 4/ 26
not in a constrained fear, but in a willing 2, 4/ 29
been sometime debate to fear and suspect lest they 2, 16/ 18
himself for some secret fear of his own fault 2, 18/ 16
that there is no fear. For he assureth you 2, 21/ 12
hope and out of fear by the message sent 2, 22/ 3
the Queen or for fear of themselves, assembled in 2, 22/ 20
mother's dread and womanish fear shall be the let 2, 28/ 19
be the let." "Womanish fear? Nay, womanish frowardness!" quoth 2, 28/ 19
no such thing to fear, either for her son 2, 28/ 22
letteth her, and not fear. But go to, suppose 2, 29/ 12
to, suppose that she fear -- as who may 2, 29/ 12
may let her to fear her own shadow? The 2, 29/ 13
the more ought we fear to leave him in 2, 29/ 14
fond doubts that she fear his hurt -- then 2, 29/ 15
-- then will she fear that he shall be 2, 29/ 16
her frowardness or fond fear convey him away. And 2, 30/ 1
have been that I fear me ever they will 2, 31/ 3
of a certain religious fear, have not broken it 2, 31/ 22
it be a childish fear, yet is there at 2, 33/ 7
at the leastwise some fear. And herein is there 2, 33/ 8
great marvel though I fear lest those that have 2, 36/ 29
him, lest your causeless fear might cause you further 2, 37/ 14
son -- since I fear to put him in 2, 39/ 28
The cause of my fear hath no man to 2, 39/ 30
to examine. And yet fear I no further than 2, 39/ 31
it might fortune her fear to be false, so 2, 41/ 5
ye think that I fear too much, be you 2, 42/ 7
well ware that you fear not as far too 2, 42/ 7
his purpose with less fear to them whom he 2, 43/ 6
or whom he might fear. These things and suchlike 2, 43/ 28
lost him, saving for fear lest his life should 2, 46/ 11
which either his own fear fantasieth or do rise 2, 50/ 12
merry and have no fear; for I ensure him 2, 50/ 23
and stood in great fear of himself. And forasmuch 2, 51/ 23
same forenoon; which sudden fear drove them to put 2, 53/ 4
pity as from all fear of God. This knight 2, 57/ 26
all the truth, for fear of his displeasure. But 2, 59/ 31
those that, either for fear or flattery, gave that 2, 70/ 19
some others for some fear or some displeasure, were 2, 71/ 26
countenance, but without any fear of God or respect 2, 72/ 9
it for wonder or fear, or that each looked 2, 75/ 14
should hate him for fear, and that his deceitful 2, 81/ 26
had he fled, for fear of him), in the 2, 81/ 34
and trouble outward, much fear, anguish, and sorrow within 2, 87/ 9