FORWEARIED.............1
disease nature, being forlabored, forwearied, and weaked, waxeth the 2, 35/ 12
 
 FOUGHT.................1
cruel and so deadly fought, as was in the 2, 71/ 15
 
 FOUL...................1
a gay, goodly cast, foul cast away for haste 2, 54/ 12
 
 FOUND..................13
Stratford -- where they found the King with his 2, 18/ 27
Queen. About whom he found much heaviness, rumble, haste 2, 21/ 19
albeit there might be found others that would haply 2, 35/ 14
it? Forsooth, he hath found a goodly gloss by 2, 38/ 3
there could none be found to play with the 2, 38/ 15
unto them that he found him so fast, and 2, 46/ 15
the Earl of Warwick found the parties so toward 2, 60/ 9
that it might be found in divers others that 2, 62/ 18
For while the Protector found by the way tarrying 2, 68/ 8
chamber, on which he found in bed Sir James 2, 84/ 16
matter; in which he found him nothing strange. Wherefore 2, 84/ 20
to the King -- found the means to set 2, 91/ 6
he should not have found the like favor. The 2, 92/ 26
 
 FOUNDATION.............2
sure ground for the foundation of all his building 2, 10/ 3
that ground set the foundation of all his unhappy 2, 14/ 19
 
 FOUR...................2
our redemption a thousand four hundred fourscore and three 2, 3/ 5
Forest, one of the four that kept them -- 2, 85/ 12
 
 FOURSCORE..............1
a thousand four hundred fourscore and three, leaving much 2, 3/ 5
 
 FOURTH.................3
of that name the fourth, after that he had 2, 3/ 1
which he entered the fourth day of May, the 2, 24/ 21
of King Edward the Fourth were never lawfully begotten 2, 73/ 15
 
 FOX....................2
a great pace. The fox, that saw him run 2, 93/ 4
What, fool?" quoth the fox. "Thou mayest abide well 2, 93/ 7
 
 FRAME..................3
never be brought in frame again. Which strife, if 2, 23/ 21
heart, highly desirous) should frame the city to their 2, 58/ 18
and out of all frame, began to repeat those 2, 68/ 14
 
 FRAMED.................1
hoped the Mayor had framed before, should after this 2, 75/ 2
 
 FRANCE.................4
his tribute out of France he had before obtained 2, 5/ 5
twice the winning of France. In which inward war 2, 71/ 18
of England and of France is by the high 2, 73/ 32
noble realms England and France -- the one from 2, 80/ 9
 
 FRAUD..................1
slander and suspicion of fraud. And where they call 2, 36/ 2
 
 FREE...................1
hardiness or politic order. Free was he called of 2, 8/ 3
 
 FREELY.................1
venison from thence so freely into the city, that 2, 5/ 18
 
 FRIAR..................2
the Mayor -- and Friar Penker, Provincial of the 2, 58/ 23
come abroad. But the friar forced for no shame 2, 59/ 6
 
 FRIARS.................1
Provincial of the Augustinian friars; both doctors of divinity 2, 58/ 24
 
 FRIDAY.................1
to wit, on the Friday the thirteenth day of 2, 46/ 28
 
 FRIEND.................5
increase of his estate. Friend and foe was muchwhat 2, 8/ 11
to trust a new friend made of an old 2, 15/ 22
of fidelity to his friend) answered and said, "Certainly 2, 48/ 22
and secret to his friend; easy to beguile, as 2, 52/ 20
had been his old friend what the people talked 2, 68/ 30
 
 FRIENDED...............1
born in London, worshipfully friended, honestly brought up, and 2, 55/ 8
 
 FRIENDLY...............3
so stately, but so friendly and so familiar cheer 2, 5/ 17
made that night much friendly cheer between these dukes 2, 17/ 16
or for a certain friendly faithfulness. Proper she was 2, 55/ 23
 
 FRIENDS................25
and dissension of their friends had not unarmed them 2, 5/ 28
this dissension between his friends somewhat irked him, yet 2, 10/ 11
good counsel of their friends, of which either party 2, 10/ 20
the mightiest of his friends from him, and unto 2, 15/ 1
company all his mother's friends, under the name of 2, 16/ 3
such power of their friends that it should be 2, 16/ 6
and to the Queen's friends there so lovingly, that 2, 17/ 5
of their most privy friends set them down in 2, 17/ 21
son, and her other friends arrested and sent no 2, 20/ 20
as the King's nearest friends, to the tuition of 2, 25/ 31
herself, succor to her friends that were in distress 2, 34/ 22
after others of my friends -- which would God 2, 36/ 24
some of the Protector's friends said that the Duke 2, 42/ 31
some were by their friends secretly warned that it 2, 45/ 2
and brought back (as friends fail fleers)? For then 2, 50/ 16
counsel of his other friends, and that in such 2, 61/ 33
discord of his very friends, or falsehood of his 2, 66/ 7
falsehood of his feigned friends. I have rehearsed this 2, 66/ 8
this manner of wise: "Friends, for the zeal and 2, 69/ 11
themselves or their nigh friends have known as well 2, 70/ 30
husband and their other friends which, being honest people 2, 72/ 13
his election. Wherein, dear friends, what mind you have 2, 74/ 33
with these words: "Dear friends, we come to move 2, 76/ 2
man saying nay. "Wherefore, friends," quoth the Duke, "since 2, 76/ 28
it seemed, very great friends, at Gloucester. From whence 2, 89/ 3
 
 FRIENDS'...............1
her child's ruin, her friends' mischance, and her own 2, 20/ 27
 
 FRIENDSHIP.............4
he got him unsteadfast friendship, for which he was 2, 8/ 5
And if some folks' friendship had not held better 2, 15/ 10
for him as the friendship of his own; which 2, 63/ 11
offered, of very special friendship he took his time 2, 84/ 11
 
 FROM...................74
heaviness of his people from thence conveyed, was interred 2, 3/ 19
to fleshly wantonness -- from which health of body 2, 4/ 20
the hearts of Englishmen from the prince), nor anything 2, 5/ 2
into a proud port from debonair behavior of their 2, 5/ 11
cheer, and sent venison from thence so freely into 2, 5/ 17
malicious, wrathful, envious, and, from before his birth, ever 2, 7/ 23
beareth to us all, from this time forward, all 2, 13/ 20
present that could refrain from weeping. But the lords 2, 13/ 26
country, being far off from the law and recourse 2, 14/ 4
refrain evil disposed persons from the boldness of their 2, 14/ 8
kindred, sequestered in manner from their company and attendance 2, 14/ 25
as who say, removed from the King, and the 2, 14/ 29
mightiest of his friends from him, and unto us 2, 15/ 1
one by long succession from his ancestry, the other 2, 15/ 30
they would utterly remove from the King's company all 2, 16/ 2
way to London gone from Northampton, when these dukes 2, 17/ 8
in these matters far from the knowledge of your 2, 19/ 23
there they sent away from the King whom it 2, 19/ 31
Gloucester sent a dish from his own table to 2, 20/ 3
not long after midnight, from the Lord Chamberlain unto 2, 21/ 4
his place not far from Westminster. And for that 2, 21/ 5
with the King's Grace from Stony Stratford unto Northampton 2, 21/ 10
the message sent him from the Lord Chamberlain. "Ah 2, 22/ 3
at Hornsea, and riding from thence, accompanied him into 2, 24/ 20
semblance of lowliness, that from the great obloquy in 2, 24/ 25
and the seal taken from him and delivered to 2, 25/ 4
sanctuary the King's brother from him, whose special pleasure 2, 25/ 22
not all in keeping from enemies or ill viand 2, 26/ 7
cope to show) that from that time hitherward was 2, 28/ 6
loath to suffer him from the King as any 2, 28/ 32
yet would have him from her if she bide 2, 29/ 5
he might be fetched from her, is it not 2, 29/ 25
and which never fall from the craft after they 2, 30/ 15
God bade to take from the altar and kill 2, 30/ 18
cause of all sanctuaries. From which necessity this noble 2, 32/ 8
she list to run from her husband? I would 2, 32/ 34
hence take my horse from me -- and may 2, 38/ 27
you take my child from me? He is also 2, 38/ 28
suppose, take my ward from me out of sanctuary 2, 38/ 31
welcome him home, and from hence I brought my 2, 39/ 20
she should needs go from him, she deemed it 2, 41/ 6
palace at Paul's, and from thence through the city 2, 42/ 21
the Protector's counsel even from the beginning, and some 2, 42/ 30
-- and that, peradventure, from them whom he least 2, 43/ 25
and minds of men from perceiving of their drifts 2, 44/ 11
lords, being sent for from all parts of the 2, 44/ 14
little all folk withdrew from the Tower and drew 2, 44/ 31
the Prince's old servants from him and set new 2, 45/ 5
that he had been from them so long, saying 2, 47/ 4
the Lord Chamberlain (which from the death of King 2, 48/ 19
knights that were taken from the King at Northampton 2, 57/ 19
in mischief, as far from pity as from all 2, 57/ 26
far from pity as from all fear of God 2, 57/ 26
meseemeth, to refrain you from her marriage, since it 2, 62/ 25
and the truth hid from knowledge, inherited for the 2, 66/ 34
men than him -- from whose virtuous conditions he 2, 67/ 26
people were so far from crying "King Richard!" that 2, 68/ 24
there was daily pilled, from good men and honest 2, 69/ 29
the field or coming from thence. And peace long 2, 71/ 23
sinful affection bereft her from her husband, a right 2, 72/ 2
and his both go from it, he said unto 2, 79/ 28
France -- the one from this day forward by 2, 80/ 10
for so was he from that time called), and 2, 80/ 18
and all others removed from them -- only one 2, 85/ 5
the others being removed from them, this Miles Forest 2, 85/ 16
again, with farther message from the duke his master 2, 88/ 15
-- whither the Protector, from York, with many gentlemen 2, 88/ 17
himself, with horses, and from thence still continued with 2, 89/ 2
great friends, at Gloucester. From whence as soon as 2, 89/ 4
he so lightly turned from him and so highly 2, 89/ 5
on the morrow rose from the feast feigning himself 2, 89/ 21
been murdered at Gloucester. (From which, nevertheless, he in 2, 90/ 1
come, and had him from thenceforth both in secret 2, 91/ 3
the world, and would from that day meddle with 2, 92/ 16