FIST...................1
anger, he clapped his fist upon the board, a 2, 48/ 27
 
 FITZWILLIAM............1
that, the Recorder, called Fitzwilliam, a sad man and 2, 75/ 24
 
 FIVE...................2
aldermen in scarlet, with five hundred horse of the 2, 24/ 18
ground was more than five hundred years ago -- 2, 28/ 2
 
 FLATTERY...............5
laboreth to be chief, flattery shall have more place 2, 11/ 28
so full of tedious flattery that no man's ears 2, 59/ 1
common manner, fell to flattery after -- namely since 2, 59/ 9
either for fear or flattery, gave that judgment. What 2, 70/ 19
dejected to a servile flattery. When he had begun 2, 82/ 5
 
 FLED...................6
of his kingdom, I fled hither, being great with 2, 39/ 17
tusks, as folk that fled for some falsehood. Wherefore 2, 50/ 17
for thither had he fled, for fear of him 2, 81/ 34
it in woe, but fled the realm with the 2, 90/ 25
the land -- he fled the realm, went to 2, 91/ 12
a bunch of flesh fled away a great pace 2, 93/ 4
 
 FLEE...................1
void the realm and flee into Holland for succor 2, 65/ 17
 
 FLEERS.................1
back (as friends fail fleers)? For then had the 2, 50/ 16
 
 FLESH..................1
forehead a bunch of flesh fled away a great 2, 93/ 4
 
 FLESHED................1
them -- a fellow fleshed in murder beforetime. To 2, 85/ 13
 
 FLESHLY................2
youth greatly given to fleshly wantonness -- from which 2, 4/ 20
than the respect of fleshly consanguinity. Our Lord forbid 2, 12/ 17
 
 FLEW...................1
trusting too much. Now flew the fame of this 2, 52/ 23
 
 FLIGHT.................1
the Queen in great flight and heaviness, bewailing her 2, 20/ 26
 
 FLOCKMEAL..............1
sundry companies and went, flockmeal, in harness; and many 2, 22/ 21
 
 FLY....................1
Protector. And another let fly at the Lord Stanley 2, 49/ 2
 
 FOE....................2
his estate. Friend and foe was muchwhat indifferent: where 2, 8/ 11
made of an old foe, or to think that 2, 15/ 22
 
 FOGGE..................1
he commanded that one Fogge, whom he had long 2, 81/ 32
 
 FOLK...................11
messages, many of their folk were attendant, when many 2, 17/ 27
bestowed certain of their folk, that should send back 2, 18/ 2
town: thus bore they folk in hand. But when 2, 18/ 8
Grace were of all folk most necessary about your 2, 35/ 18
little and little all folk withdrew from the Tower 2, 44/ 31
would she of all folk least make Shore's wife 2, 48/ 15
with his tusks, as folk that fled for some 2, 50/ 17
soul. And many good folk, also, that hated her 2, 55/ 3
not? What manner of folk he most favored, we 2, 71/ 29
out is of diverse folk diverse-wise pretended. This duke 2, 88/ 1
night, after all other folk voided, to be brought 2, 88/ 9
 
 FOLKS..................1
the Duke by subtle folks, and such as were 2, 43/ 9
 
 FOLKS'.................3
guess. And if some folks' friendship had not held 2, 15/ 10
Perkin Warbeck, by many folks' malice and more folks' 2, 82/ 23
folks' malice and more folks' folly so long space 2, 82/ 23
 
 FOLLOW.................3
on the morrow to follow the King and be 2, 17/ 13
deliverance of him to follow the counsel of them 2, 29/ 9
rather seemed him to follow him than to lead 2, 92/ 2
 
 FOLLOWED...............1
the tempestuous world that followed, highly toward him more 2, 4/ 2
 
 FOLLOWETH..............1
misfortune. Now this that followeth was no warning, but 2, 50/ 32
 
 FOLLOWING..............2
little before the midnight following, and that in the 2, 20/ 19
Then on the Tuesday following this sermon, there came 2, 69/ 1
 
 FOLLY..................5
destiny or were it folly, the lamb was betaken 2, 24/ 30
only malice, frowardness, or folly that caused her to 2, 27/ 14
go about any such folly; and also, if she 2, 48/ 15
malice and more folks' folly so long space abusing 2, 82/ 23
answered, "Surely, my lord, folly were it for me 2, 92/ 4
 
 FOND...................2
if she cast such fond doubts that she fear 2, 29/ 15
till her frowardness or fond fear convey him away 2, 30/ 1
 
 FOOL...................1
of horned beasts." "What, fool?" quoth the fox. "Thou 2, 93/ 7
 
 FOR....................351
this be the last (for yet she liveth), is 2, 3/ 15
in time of peace (for in war each party 2, 3/ 21
that bore him grudge for King Henry's sake the 2, 4/ 4
greatly grieved the people, for neither could any one 2, 4/ 22
as no man looked for; the people toward the 2, 4/ 28
be driven thereto -- for his tribute out of 2, 5/ 4
Windsor in hunting, sent for the mayor and aldermen 2, 5/ 14
of London to him for none other errand but 2, 5/ 15
more esteem and take for greater kindness a little 2, 5/ 20
been their chief defense. For Richard the Duke of 2, 6/ 2
his cause was, either for right or favor, so 2, 6/ 16
his brother against him. For -- were it by 2, 7/ 5
ever froward. It is for truth reported that the 2, 7/ 23
was more meetly than for peace. Sundry victories had 2, 8/ 1
never in default (as for his own person) either 2, 8/ 2
got him unsteadfast friendship, for which he was fain 2, 8/ 5
dispiteous and cruel, not for evil will always, but 2, 8/ 10
will always, but oftener for ambition, and either for 2, 8/ 10
for ambition, and either for the surety or increase 2, 8/ 11
And they deem that for this intent he was 2, 9/ 1
had any inkling thereof. For he was not likely 2, 9/ 16
and a sure ground for the foundation of all 2, 10/ 2
ere they looked therefor. For of one thing was 2, 10/ 7
either party should counsel for their own commodity, and 2, 10/ 23
the Queen specially grudged for the great favor the 2, 11/ 2
bore him, and also for that she thought him 2, 11/ 2
him sore, as well for that the King had 2, 11/ 4
King's former promise) as for divers other great gifts 2, 11/ 7
received, that they looked for. When these lords, with 2, 11/ 8
case I leave you; for such as I leave 2, 11/ 15
rest in your concord. For it sufficeth not that 2, 11/ 19
if ye agree not. For where each laboreth to 2, 11/ 24
the other maketh, and for hatred of each of 2, 11/ 25
between you, not always for great causes. Sometimes a 2, 12/ 5
this shall I leave for preachers to tell you 2, 12/ 9
love together the worse for the self cause that 2, 12/ 18
and require you all, for the love that you 2, 13/ 18
ever borne to me, for the love that I 2, 13/ 19
ever borne to you, for the love that our 2, 13/ 19
they could, and answering for the time as they 2, 13/ 27
at liberty, uncorrected. And for this encheason the Prince 2, 14/ 6
all his unhappy building. For whomsoever he perceived either 2, 14/ 19
anything the less need for the late-made atonement, in 2, 15/ 19
it should be hard for him to bring his 2, 16/ 7
to come up strong. For whereas now every lord 2, 16/ 13
gather this people, not for the King's safeguard -- 2, 16/ 19
man impugned -- but for their destruction, having more 2, 16/ 20
than their new atonement. For which cause they should 2, 16/ 21
part much people again for their defense whose power 2, 16/ 22
make themselves shortly ready, for their lords were to 2, 17/ 25
the dukes themselves intended, for the show of their 2, 18/ 5
his knowledge not begun for naught, comparing this manner 2, 18/ 11
seem to hide himself for some secret fear of 2, 18/ 15
to leave that lodging for them, because it was 2, 18/ 29
it was too strait for both companies. And as 2, 18/ 29
wist well were done for good purposes and necessary 2, 19/ 16
I dare well answer for mine uncle Rivers and 2, 19/ 20
with the same message for his comfort, who he 2, 20/ 7
it the better. But for all this comfortable courtesy 2, 20/ 10
far from Westminster. And for that he showed his 2, 21/ 6
there is no fear. For he assureth you that 2, 21/ 13
some discharging, some coming for more, some breaking down 2, 21/ 23
as she took it for, and that he was 2, 22/ 1
worth him," quoth she, "for he is one of 2, 22/ 4
ye of good cheer. For I assure you, if 2, 22/ 6
knights, and gentlemen, either for favor of the Queen 2, 22/ 19
of the Queen or for fear of themselves, assembled 2, 22/ 19
harness; and many also for that they reckoned this 2, 22/ 24
King -- secretly sent for the Seal again, and 2, 22/ 32
the other knights, were, for matters attempted by them 2, 23/ 6
Buckingham, put under arrest for their surety, not for 2, 23/ 10
for their surety, not for the King's jeopardy; and 2, 23/ 10
at their pleasure. And for the colorable proof thereof 2, 24/ 3
Protector so sore thirsted for the finishing of that 2, 25/ 11
fain to keep sanctuary. For every man will ween 2, 26/ 20
man will so do for naught. And such evil 2, 26/ 21
send unto the Queen, for the redress of this 2, 26/ 26
and credence with her. For all which considerations, none 2, 26/ 28
he will not refuse, for the King's sake and 2, 27/ 1
mind in this matter for this time, except any 2, 27/ 15
perceive to the contrary. For never shall I, by 2, 27/ 16
out against her will. For it would be a 2, 27/ 29
and dedicated to God (for the proof whereof they 2, 28/ 5
that any man should, for anything earthly, enterprise to 2, 28/ 10
not need it. But for any manner need, I 2, 28/ 13
the Duke of Buckingham. "For I dare take it 2, 28/ 20
thing to fear, either for her son or for 2, 28/ 22
for her son or for herself. For as for 2, 28/ 22
son or for herself. For as for her, here 2, 28/ 22
for herself. For as for her, here is no 2, 28/ 22
kin the less loved for that they be her 2, 28/ 25
be her kin, but for their own evil deserving 2, 28/ 26
any of us be. For if she have any 2, 28/ 32
him in her hands. For if she cast such 2, 29/ 14
shall be fetched thence. For she will soon think 2, 29/ 16
realm? Verily, I look for none other. And I 2, 29/ 27
ensure you faithfully -- for my mind, I will 2, 29/ 33
break no sanctuary therefor. For verily, since the privileges 2, 30/ 2
some places of refuge for both. But as for 2, 30/ 13
for both. But as for thieves, of which these 2, 30/ 14
in the Old Law. For if either necessity, his 2, 30/ 20
abide with their husbands for beating. Thieves bring thither 2, 31/ 12
not only a safeguard for the harm they have 2, 31/ 16
also of lawful hurt. For against unlawful harms, never 2, 31/ 30
privilege any one place. For that privilege hath every 2, 32/ 1
maketh, to that regard, for every man every place 2, 32/ 5
And so sanctuary, as for him, neither none he 2, 32/ 11
there sanctuary men indeed. For if one go to 2, 32/ 22
even within the sanctuary? For neither king nor pope 2, 32/ 24
whether they said it for his pleasure or as 2, 32/ 28
case than in that. For therein, though it be 2, 33/ 6
children. And therefore, as for the conclusion of my 2, 33/ 10
if they think it for their surety, let them 2, 33/ 11
him -- were it for the respect of his 2, 33/ 29
mind, or were it for that the Protector intended 2, 33/ 31
be together, as well for many greater causes as 2, 34/ 25
greater causes as also for their both disport and 2, 34/ 26
endure, nor any stranger for the convenience of their 2, 34/ 29
meetly in that point for any of them as 2, 34/ 30
as either of them for other. "My lord," quoth 2, 34/ 30
to them both as, for yet a while, to 2, 35/ 3
and now King should, for his honor and good 2, 35/ 30
case is not like; for the one was then 2, 35/ 33
when they hate them for my sake! In that 2, 37/ 5
not. And therefore, as for me, I purpose not 2, 37/ 7
depart hence. And as for this gentleman, my son 2, 37/ 8
till I see further. For I assure you, for 2, 37/ 9
For I assure you, for that I see some 2, 37/ 9
my lord his uncle, for the tender love he 2, 37/ 19
here'; "it were comfortable for them both that he 2, 38/ 12
no lust to play, for sickness -- come out 2, 38/ 16
kindred -- with whom, for the more part, they 2, 38/ 20
ask the privilege but for myself! -- I say 2, 38/ 25
sanctuary. Serveth this liberty for my person only, or 2, 38/ 26
my person only, or for my goods too? Ye 2, 38/ 27
is also my ward; for, as my learned counsel 2, 38/ 28
nor he ask it for himself, yet since the 2, 39/ 2
I may require it for him -- except the 2, 39/ 3
child a guardian only for his goods and his 2, 39/ 4
safekeeping of his body, for which only both lands 2, 39/ 6
sufficient to obtain privilege for my child, I need 2, 39/ 8
not far to seek. For in this place in 2, 39/ 9
I have taken sanctuary; for when my lord my 2, 39/ 16
not come to it. For taken out of sanctuary 2, 40/ 6
he said unto her, for a final conclusion, that 2, 40/ 11
in pledge, not only for his surety but also 2, 40/ 15
his surety but also for his estate. And if 2, 40/ 15
with this business afterward; for he never intended more 2, 40/ 18
suddenly, nothing less looking for than to have him 2, 41/ 1
you to great reproach. For lo, here is," quoth 2, 41/ 18
be sure; and nothing for them both more perilous 2, 41/ 30
both in one place. For what wise merchant adventureth 2, 41/ 31
thing I beseech you, for the trust that his 2, 42/ 5
in you ever, and for the trust that I 2, 42/ 6
yet ere you go, for God knoweth when we 2, 42/ 10
whom he thought meet for the matter, and especially 2, 43/ 7
was offended with him for his kinsfolk's sakes, and 2, 43/ 12
thereunto if they escaped (for they would remember their 2, 43/ 14
king would be careful for their deaths whose imprisonment 2, 43/ 15
Duke should nothing avail, for there was no way 2, 43/ 17
had provided privy guard for himself, so had he 2, 43/ 23
so had he spies for the Duke, and trains 2, 43/ 24
whom he least suspected. For the state of things 2, 43/ 26
went about to prepare for the coronation of the 2, 44/ 9
the lords, being sent for from all parts of 2, 44/ 14
the council were close. For little and little all 2, 44/ 31
manner desolate. While some for their business made suit 2, 45/ 1
these two several councils. "For while we," quoth he 2, 45/ 13
life, never doubt you. For while one man is 2, 45/ 16
troth or less wit. For his dissimulation only kept 2, 45/ 29
broken all the dance, for many ill signs that 2, 46/ 2
have lost him, saving for fear lest his life 2, 46/ 11
have quailed their purpose. For which cause he moved 2, 46/ 12
And much the rather for that he trusted by 2, 46/ 22
he sent his servant for a mess of strawberries 2, 47/ 10
them to spare him for a little while, departed 2, 47/ 11
Chamberlain, as he that for the love between them 2, 47/ 26
was but a quarrel. For well they wist that 2, 48/ 14
cleft to the teeth; for as shortly as he 2, 49/ 4
and shrive him apace; "for by St. Paul," quoth 2, 49/ 12
made a short shrift, for a longer would not 2, 49/ 14
till this were done, for saving of his oath 2, 49/ 16
he could not avoid. For the self night next 2, 49/ 29
ride away with him, for he was disposed utterly 2, 49/ 32
Protector gave the boar for his cognizance, this dream 2, 50/ 6
as friends fail fleers)? For then had the boar 2, 50/ 16
as folk that fled for some falsehood. Wherefore either 2, 50/ 17
and have no fear; for I ensure him I 2, 50/ 23
wise that he was for the while (but it 2, 51/ 21
in all the haste for many substantial men out 2, 52/ 26
them to put on for their defense such harness 2, 53/ 5
no man believed. Yet for the further appeasing of 2, 53/ 10
and faithful Council, both for his demerits, being so 2, 53/ 31
making some great commotion for his deliverance; whose hope 2, 54/ 1
it was prepared before. For all the time between 2, 54/ 7
cast, foul cast away for haste." And a merchant 2, 54/ 12
by, as it were for anger, not for covetousness 2, 54/ 14
were for anger, not for covetousness, the Protector sent 2, 54/ 14
house of Shore's wife (for her husband dwelled not 2, 54/ 15
while laid unto her, for the manner sake, that 2, 54/ 18
of her body. And for this cause -- as 2, 54/ 24
into this vicious world for the amendment of men's 2, 54/ 26
not very fervently loved for whom she never longed 2, 55/ 11
he forbore her, either for reverence or for a 2, 55/ 22
either for reverence or for a certain friendly faithfulness 2, 55/ 23
that now see her (for yet she liveth) deem 2, 55/ 27
of the charnel house. For now is she old 2, 55/ 30
in her pleasant behavior. For a proper wit had 2, 56/ 2
therefore took special pleasure. For many he had, but 2, 56/ 13
to say the truth (for sin it were to 2, 56/ 14
them in his grace. For many that had highly 2, 56/ 18
in great stead, either for none or very small 2, 56/ 20
than rich -- either for that she was content 2, 56/ 21
itself well done, or for that she delighted to 2, 56/ 22
with the King, or for that wanton women and 2, 56/ 23
were not so evil. For men use, if they 2, 57/ 5
worst proved by her, for at this day she 2, 57/ 12
authority among the people for opinion of their learning 2, 58/ 20
more fame than learning. For they were before greatly 2, 58/ 25
soon after his life, for very shame of the 2, 59/ 5
But the friar forced for no shame, and so 2, 59/ 7
of some convenient pretext for which the people should 2, 59/ 16
and accept the Protector for king. In which, divers 2, 59/ 17
mother to them both; for in that point could 2, 59/ 26
speak all the truth, for fear of his displeasure 2, 59/ 31
it was requisite both for himself and for the 2, 60/ 4
both for himself and for the realm), he sent 2, 60/ 5
enjoyed he that knighthood, for he was at the 2, 60/ 23
than to fall off for a word. And in 2, 61/ 22
marry his maid, only for a little wanton dotage 2, 62/ 12
more meetly," quoth she, "for your estate, and maidens 2, 62/ 19
all other things convenient for you, should yet suffice 2, 62/ 25
rather to be made for the respect of God 2, 63/ 6
was in his, than for the regard of any 2, 63/ 8
considered was not unprofitable. For he reckoned the amity 2, 63/ 10
earthly nation so necessary for him as the friendship 2, 63/ 11
haply never love, and for the possibility of more 2, 63/ 18
that he had already. For small pleasure taketh a 2, 63/ 20
my own marriage. As for possibility of more inheritance 2, 64/ 3
please you. And as for the bigamy, let the 2, 64/ 17
come to take Orders. For I understand it is 2, 64/ 18
Elizabeth Lucy was sent for. And albeit that she 2, 64/ 33
it had not been for such kind words, she 2, 65/ 5
had prayed full heartily for his loss. In which 2, 65/ 11
embassage was deluded that for very anger and disdain 2, 65/ 14
and flee into Holland for succor. Where he remained 2, 65/ 18
succor. Where he remained for the space of two 2, 65/ 23
of such strength, what for his lands, his alliance 2, 65/ 30
But nothing lasteth always; for in conclusion King Edward 2, 66/ 1
his preaching), he took for his theme "Spuria vitulamina 2, 66/ 27
lacked that grace, and for the punishment of their 2, 66/ 31
of their parents were for the more part unhappy 2, 66/ 32
hid from knowledge, inherited for the season other men's 2, 67/ 1
when he had laid for the proof and confirmation 2, 67/ 5
only the Lord Protector. For he declared then that 2, 67/ 13
were reckoned very surely for the children of the 2, 67/ 24
the preacher's overmuch diligence. For while the Protector found 2, 68/ 8
been turned into stones, for wonder of this shameful 2, 68/ 25
after durst look out, for shame, but kept him 2, 68/ 28
manner of wise: "Friends, for the zeal and hearty 2, 69/ 11
of this noble city. For why? That thing that 2, 69/ 16
lacked and sorely longed for, that ye would have 2, 69/ 17
have given great good for, that ye would have 2, 69/ 18
stood evermore in doubt. For who was there of 2, 69/ 23
were forgotten, that was for a word spoken in 2, 70/ 14
laws of this realm for the prince's pleasure; with 2, 70/ 15
of those that, either for fear or flattery, gave 2, 70/ 19
undeserved destruction -- only for that it happed those 2, 70/ 27
could lack a pretext. For since the King, preventing 2, 71/ 2
in a rich man for a pretext of treason 2, 71/ 4
in which rich men for their money, and great 2, 71/ 25
money, and great men for their lands, or some 2, 71/ 25
lands, or some others for some fear or some 2, 71/ 26
not out of peril. For whom trusted he that 2, 71/ 27
most favored, we shall, for his honor, spare to 2, 71/ 30
honest till the King for his wanton lust and 2, 72/ 1
all the realm intolerable. For no woman was there 2, 72/ 6
city -- as well for that among you is 2, 72/ 18
to such injuries as for that you were nearest 2, 72/ 20
realm -- not only for that the prince by 2, 72/ 23
other nations, but also for that ye, not without 2, 72/ 27
kingdom of the same. For as that worshipful man 2, 73/ 14
so much mischief grown. For lack of which lawful 2, 73/ 23
shall not be spoken for me, as the thing 2, 73/ 25
the Duchess, his mother); for these causes, I say 2, 73/ 29
that is to wit, for lack of other issue 2, 73/ 30
our said request. Which for your own weal we 2, 74/ 25
well-told. But, were it for wonder or fear, or 2, 75/ 14
have this noble man for your king, whereof we 2, 76/ 29
knowledge whether they came for good or harm. Then 2, 77/ 20
little the Protector looked for this matter, they sent 2, 77/ 22
him liked, verily trusting, for the good mind that 2, 78/ 7
incline to their desire. For in all other nations 2, 78/ 30
have his honor stained for any crown; in which 2, 78/ 34
but also thanked them for the love and hearty 2, 79/ 3
bore him, praying them for his sake to give 2, 79/ 4
unto the Protector that for a final conclusion, that 2, 79/ 16
upon them -- both for that they had so 2, 79/ 18
surety to retreat, as for that they thought it 2, 79/ 19
that they thought it for the weal universal to 2, 79/ 19
all titles possible take for most effectual: we be 2, 80/ 4
up to the King (for so was he from 2, 80/ 18
And men must sometimes for the manner sake not 2, 80/ 26
acknown what they know. For at the consecration of 2, 80/ 27
well, by the paying for his bulls, that he 2, 80/ 28
and though he pay for nothing else. And yet 2, 80/ 29
head -- and worthy, for marring of the play 2, 81/ 5
stage plays -- and for the more part played 2, 81/ 7
will meddle no farther. For they that sometimes step 2, 81/ 9
man should hate him for fear, and that his 2, 81/ 26
of the sanctuary by (for thither had he fled 2, 81/ 34
thither had he fled, for fear of him), in 2, 81/ 34
wise men took it for a vanity. In his 2, 82/ 2
he met he saluted. For a mind that knoweth 2, 82/ 3
that solemnity was furnished for the most part with 2, 82/ 10
provision that was appointed for the coronation of his 2, 82/ 11
destroyed or no. Not for that only that Perkin 2, 82/ 21
people reputed and taken for the younger of those 2, 82/ 24
of those two, but for that also that all 2, 82/ 25
proved but that yet, for the common custom of 2, 82/ 28
But in the meantime, for this present matter, I 2, 83/ 3
commandment will do nothing for me." "Sir," quoth his 2, 83/ 27
right goodly personage, and for nature's gifts, worthy to 2, 83/ 31
William Catesby, which, longing for no more partners of 2, 84/ 6
-- and namely not for him, whose pride, they 2, 84/ 8
him so much hurt. For upon this page's words 2, 84/ 13
words, King Richard arose (for this communication had he 2, 84/ 14
-- a convenient carpet for such a council) and 2, 84/ 15
keys of the Tower for one night, to the 2, 84/ 23
them of that wretchedness. For Sir James Tyrell devised 2, 85/ 10
was in the Tower for treason committed against the 2, 86/ 10
ensueth such dispiteous cruelty. For first to begin with 2, 86/ 24
at Tower Hill, beheaded for treason. King Richard himself 2, 87/ 4
anguish, and sorrow within. For I have heard by 2, 87/ 9
long time in rest. For hereupon soon after began 2, 87/ 21
-- as I have for certain been informed -- 2, 88/ 1
had solemn funeral service for King Edward, sent thither 2, 88/ 3
utterly subdued, the other, for his fast faith and 2, 91/ 2
Which he nothing deceived. For he -- being, as 2, 91/ 5
taken by the tyrant for his troth to the 2, 91/ 6
than to lead him. For when the Duke first 2, 92/ 2
lord, folly were it for me to lie; for 2, 92/ 5
for me to lie; for if I would swear 2, 92/ 5
pulleth down. And as for the late Protector and 2, 92/ 14
was the only cause for which he procured of 2, 92/ 23
meant not by thee. For it is none horn 2, 93/ 8
at anything here spoken, for it shall never come 2, 93/ 12
faith, my lord, as for the late Protector, since 2, 93/ 18
dispute his title. But for the weal of this 2, 93/ 19
yet have pleased God, for the better store, to 2, 93/ 23
other excellent virtues meet for the rule of a 2, 93/ 24