FEARED.................4
saw, which as she feared lest they might be 2, 41/ 8
neither wist what they feared nor wherefore: were it 2, 44/ 24
nature! When he most feared, he was in good 2, 52/ 14
King Richard, but ever feared his own life, so 2, 89/ 16
 
 FEARETH................4
shadow? The more she feareth to deliver him, the 2, 29/ 13
take sanctuary because he feareth to go to school 2, 33/ 4
to him that he feareth nothing but lest he 2, 37/ 22
further than the law feareth, which, as learned men 2, 39/ 31
 
 FEARFUL................3
-- he had so fearful a dream, in which 2, 50/ 1
this dream made so fearful an impression in his 2, 50/ 6
than slept, troubled with fearful dreams, suddenly sometimes start 2, 87/ 18
 
 FEARING................3
Archbishop of York -- fearing that it would be 2, 22/ 28
matter. And therefore he, fearing lest their motions might 2, 46/ 19
words, and the Doctor, fearing that he should come 2, 68/ 9
 
 FEAST..................2
the King with great feast and honorable solemnity married 2, 65/ 8
morrow rose from the feast feigning himself sick; and 2, 89/ 21
 
 FEATHERBED.............1
down by force the featherbed and pillows hard unto 2, 85/ 19
 
 FED....................1
to common with him, fed him with fair words 2, 91/ 21
 
 FEEL...................1
you see and I feel. By which the less 2, 11/ 12
 
 FEELING................1
the King, and thereby feeling him easy to fall 2, 91/ 25
 
 FEET...................1
the world with the feet forward (as men be 2, 7/ 26
 
 FEIGNED................3
or falsehood of his feigned friends. I have rehearsed 2, 66/ 8
greatly endangered, either by feigned quarrels or small matters 2, 70/ 31
toward his coronation, he feigned himself sick, because he 2, 89/ 17
 
 FEIGNING...............1
rose from the feast feigning himself sick; and King 2, 89/ 21
 
 FELL...................5
at the stroke and fell under the table, or 2, 49/ 3
after the common manner, fell to flattery after -- 2, 59/ 9
of his nephew. Now fell there mischiefs thick. And 2, 82/ 13
King and the Duke fell out is of diverse 2, 87/ 24
Duke stood if he fell once in suspicion of 2, 90/ 5
 
 FELLOW.................1
kept them -- a fellow fleshed in murder beforetime 2, 85/ 13
 
 FELLOWS................1
with a thousand good fellows if need were. The 2, 88/ 13
 
 FENCED.................1
about, his body privily fenced, his hand ever on 2, 87/ 14
 
 FERVENTLY..............1
ripe, she not very fervently loved for whom she 2, 55/ 11
 
 FETCH..................4
by the King's authority fetch him out of that 2, 27/ 10
rather maugre her mind fetch him away than leave 2, 29/ 33
privilege broken though they fetch him out. Which, if 2, 37/ 17
have gone far to fetch -- that thing we 2, 69/ 18
 
 FETCHED................5
that he shall be fetched thence. For she will 2, 29/ 16
lest he might be fetched from her, is it 2, 29/ 25
delivered, he should be fetched. Howbeit, they thought it 2, 33/ 23
than to have him fetched out of sanctuary, which 2, 41/ 1
upon the bed, and fetched Sir James to see 2, 85/ 27
 
 FETCHING...............1
let us of the fetching forth of this nobleman 2, 31/ 25
 
 FEW....................9
trouble hath within these few years grown in this 2, 13/ 1
dukes secretly with a few of their most privy 2, 17/ 21
night's cheer, in so few hours so great a 2, 18/ 12
look me now how few sanctuary men there be 2, 30/ 24
there were adhibited very few, and they very secret 2, 44/ 22
suspicion though he showed few men what he knew 2, 44/ 29
as I know, which few know else as yet 2, 52/ 5
the heart that, within few days after, he withered 2, 68/ 33
duke his master, within few days after, at Nottingham 2, 88/ 16
 
 FIDELITY...............1
a certain kind of fidelity to his friend) answered 2, 48/ 22
 
 FIELD..................8
and fierce, in the field bold and hardy, and 2, 4/ 13
to come to a field, though both parts were 2, 23/ 22
made knight upon the field that he had on 2, 60/ 21
was at the same field slain. After which done 2, 60/ 23
on the Easter Day field slew the Earl of 2, 66/ 3
been going to the field or coming from thence 2, 71/ 23
hear, slain in the field, hacked and hewed of 2, 87/ 5
home but to the field. After which lost and 2, 91/ 1
 
 FIERCE.................1
in war sharp and fierce, in the field bold 2, 4/ 13
 
 FIFTEENTHS.............1
so far forth that fifteenths sufficed not -- nor 2, 69/ 30
 
 FIFTY..................1
that he had lived fifty and three years, seven 2, 3/ 2
 
 FIGURE.................2
he, "the father's own figure; this is his own 2, 67/ 31
is the father's own figure, this his own countenance 2, 68/ 18
 
 FILIAL.................1
as nature requireth, a filial reverence to the Duchess 2, 73/ 27
 
 FILLED.................2
man, haply somewhat perceiving, filled many men with suspicion 2, 44/ 28
devise which parts how filled would make it a 2, 56/ 1
 
 FINAL..................3
unto her, for a final conclusion, that he would 2, 40/ 12
Protector that for a final conclusion, that the realm 2, 79/ 16
brother. Whose death and final infortune hath nevertheless so 2, 82/ 19
 
 FINALLY................8
to his charge, and finally, were he faulty, were 2, 7/ 10
else that if she finally were determined to keep 2, 34/ 1
out. Which, if ye finally refuse to deliver him 2, 37/ 18
got men remission. And finally, in many weighty suits 2, 56/ 19
than quenched it. And finally, after many a meeting 2, 61/ 18
before have heard, and finally to beseech His Grace 2, 78/ 12
of this realm. And finally -- to the intent 2, 81/ 25
an high heart, or, finally, what wretched end ensueth 2, 86/ 23
 
 FIND...................11
this was, that could find in his heart so 2, 6/ 11
my children like to find you. Which, if they 2, 11/ 15
should (that God forbid) find you at variance, might 2, 11/ 16
that happeneth. And nowhere find we so deadly debate 2, 12/ 20
should the realm always find kings, and peradventure as 2, 13/ 14
too, ere this land find peace again. Wherefore in 2, 13/ 17
them, and ye shall find it much better to 2, 31/ 1
and as we also find, double the peril in 2, 35/ 10
so requisite, he would find the means to enter 2, 63/ 16
that he could not find in his heart in 2, 78/ 29
should not fail to find some other nobleman that 2, 79/ 24
 
 FINES..................2
measure: amercements turned into fines, fines into ransoms, small 2, 70/ 5
amercements turned into fines, fines into ransoms, small trespass 2, 70/ 5
 
 FINISHED...............1
it. But as he finished his time with the 2, 82/ 16
 
 FINISHING..............1
sore thirsted for the finishing of that he had 2, 25/ 11
 
 FIRMLY.................1
heart she perceived more firmly set than to fall 2, 61/ 22
 
 FIRST..................24
building, if he might first, under the pretext of 2, 10/ 3
Queen's son by her first husband, and Richard the 2, 10/ 28
all to mischief -- first longing to be next 2, 12/ 25
diligence, to be the first that should that day 2, 18/ 6
day of May, the first and last year of 2, 24/ 22
the Lord Cardinal should first essay to get him 2, 33/ 25
that was in the first sickness, with which disease 2, 35/ 11
this is not the first time that I have 2, 39/ 15
his father, when he first took him in his 2, 39/ 21
the Duke was the first mover of the Protector 2, 42/ 31
in among them -- first about nine of the 2, 47/ 3
so heinous, might be first broken to the people 2, 58/ 11
determined that he should first break the matter, in 2, 59/ 13
perceived but if we first repeat you some things 2, 60/ 1
with bigamy in his first marriage." The King, when 2, 62/ 29
that other should speak first, not one word was 2, 75/ 15
them but if he first knew some part of 2, 77/ 17
the Duke of Buckingham first made humble petition unto 2, 77/ 30
the wretches perceived -- first by the struggling with 2, 85/ 24
such dispiteous cruelty. For first to begin with the 2, 86/ 24
as the crown was first set upon the Protector's 2, 90/ 12
after King Edward's death first taken by the tyrant 2, 91/ 6
of King Henry, devising first the marriage between him 2, 91/ 8
For when the Duke first began to praise and 2, 92/ 2