FROTHING...............1
the brows, frowning and frothing and gnawing on his 2, 47/ 17
 
 FROWARD................1
before his birth, ever froward. It is for truth 2, 7/ 23
 
 FROWARDNESS............4
it was only malice, frowardness, or folly that caused 2, 27/ 14
Womanish fear? Nay, womanish frowardness!" quoth the Duke of 2, 28/ 20
easy to perceive that frowardness letteth her, and not 2, 29/ 11
him there till her frowardness or fond fear convey 2, 30/ 1
 
 FROWNING...............1
countenance, knitting the brows, frowning and frothing and gnawing 2, 47/ 17
 
 FRUIT..................1
more possessions lose the fruit and pleasure of this 2, 63/ 19
 
 FRUSTRATED.............1
were in such wise frustrated and his appointments deluded 2, 62/ 8
 
 FULFILL................1
as he rode, to fulfill that thing which he 2, 83/ 9
 
 FULL...................8
the King's pleasure, was full unmeet to be matched 2, 14/ 28
see all the Thames full of boats of the 2, 22/ 14
which these places be full, and which never fall 2, 30/ 15
merrier nor never so full of good hope in 2, 51/ 11
answer, neither mute nor full of babble, sometimes taunting 2, 56/ 4
other after; both so full of tedious flattery that 2, 59/ 1
many times had prayed full heartily for his loss 2, 65/ 11
before his honor, was full unmeet to be matched 2, 73/ 19
 
 FULLY..................4
will. Which is not fully so far forth as 2, 31/ 24
handled -- not even fully plain and directly, but 2, 59/ 29
doctor rather signified than fully explained, and which things 2, 73/ 24
continue, have condescended and fully determined to make humble 2, 74/ 8
 
 FUNERAL................2
Westminster, and with great funeral honor and heaviness of 2, 3/ 19
and there had solemn funeral service for King Edward 2, 88/ 3
 
 FURNISHED..............1
And that solemnity was furnished for the most part 2, 82/ 10
 
 FURTHER................9
where they took again further counsel. And there they 2, 19/ 30
yet durst he no further attempt as long as 2, 25/ 13
am till I see further. For I assure you 2, 37/ 9
fear might cause you further to convey him. And 2, 37/ 14
yet fear I no further than the law feareth 2, 39/ 31
that he durst no further break. And of truth 2, 46/ 16
And what they intended further was as yet not 2, 53/ 2
believed. Yet for the further appeasing of the people's 2, 53/ 10
-- which, notwithstanding, to further this purpose he letted 2, 59/ 27
 
 FURTHERLY..............1
it was indeed) a furtherly beginning to the pursuit 2, 10/ 1
 
 GAINCALLED.............1
things past cannot be gaincalled, much ought we the 2, 13/ 7
 
 GALLERY................1
stood above in a gallery over them where they 2, 77/ 27
 
 GAMES..................1
these matters be kings' games -- as it were 2, 81/ 6
 
 GARDEN.................1
good strawberries at your garden in Holborn; I require 2, 47/ 7
 
 GARLAND................1
the getting of the garland, keeping it, losing and 2, 71/ 17
 
 GATES..................1
Lord Rivers understood the gates closed and the ways 2, 18/ 9
 
 GATHER.................2
suspect lest they should gather this people, not for 2, 16/ 19
of his conspiracy, to gather and assemble themselves together 2, 53/ 34
 
 GATHERED...............1
commons of the city gathered before them -- after 2, 69/ 7
 
 GATHERING..............3
He had left all gathering of money (which is 2, 5/ 1
to pass without the gathering and great assembly of 2, 16/ 8
ever she dissuaded the gathering of power about the 2, 20/ 28
 
 GAVE...................11
importance that his master gave him in charge not 2, 21/ 7
as though those places gave them not only a 2, 31/ 16
forasmuch as the Protector gave the boar for his 2, 50/ 6
so well past, it gave him great pleasure to 2, 51/ 29
for fear or flattery, gave that judgment. What? Cook 2, 70/ 19
wit what they meant, gave him leave to purpose 2, 78/ 6
man as his fantasy gave him. But much they 2, 80/ 19
forasmuch as his mind gave him that, his nephews 2, 83/ 10
their breath failing, they gave up to God their 2, 85/ 21
of the murder, who gave him great thanks and 2, 86/ 2
well pondered, God never gave this world a more 2, 86/ 21
 
 GAY....................4
Howbeit, this is a gay matter. Suppose he could 2, 38/ 22
him, "Here is a gay, goodly cast, foul cast 2, 54/ 12
-- the hope of gay apparel, ease, pleasure, and 2, 55/ 15
rewards, and those rather gay than rich -- either 2, 56/ 21
 
 GENERATION.............1
secretly infoundeth in right generation after the laws of 2, 66/ 30
 
 GENTLE.................2
good knight and a gentle, of great authority with 2, 52/ 17
as he was very gentle of himself and also 2, 78/ 5
 
 GENTLEMAN..............3
very convenient that this gentleman whom ye require were 2, 35/ 1
And as for this gentleman, my son, I mind 2, 37/ 8
is," quoth she, "this gentleman, whom I doubt not 2, 41/ 19
 
 GENTLEMEN..............6
Buckingham said, "Go before, gentlemen and yeomen; keep your 2, 19/ 2
some lords, knights, and gentlemen, either for favor of 2, 22/ 19
many knights and other gentlemen. And thereupon the Duke 2, 77/ 13
Buckingham and many other gentlemen against him. The occasion 2, 87/ 23
from York, with many gentlemen of the north country 2, 88/ 17
in his top: joined gentlemen together in aid of 2, 91/ 7
 
 GEORGE.................2
leaving three sons: Edward, George, and Richard. All three 2, 6/ 25
and attained the crown. George, Duke of Clarence, was 2, 7/ 1
 
 GESTURE................1
and plainly, with voice, gesture, and countenance so comely 2, 75/ 11
 
 GET....................9
in other places and get him steadfast hatred. He 2, 8/ 6
since he could not get away -- and keep 2, 18/ 14
liberty reserved him to get his living with the 2, 32/ 31
should first essay to get him with her good 2, 33/ 25
whom no man could get out of the church 2, 56/ 9
much as sufficeth to get and keep well in 2, 64/ 5
let him so kindly get her with child. This 2, 65/ 6
your good help, to get again and subdue, and 2, 80/ 11
his deceitful clemency might get him the good will 2, 81/ 26
 
 GETTING................1
occasion, what about the getting of the garland, keeping 2, 71/ 16
 
 GHOST..................1
as though the Holy Ghost had put them in 2, 68/ 3
 
 GHOSTLY................1
people to the Protector's ghostly purpose. But now was 2, 59/ 15
 
 GIFTS..................5
themselves also as many gifts of nature, as many 2, 5/ 25
power liberal; with large gifts he got him unsteadfast 2, 8/ 5
for divers other great gifts which he received, that 2, 11/ 7
personage, and for nature's gifts, worthy to have served 2, 84/ 1
he, both with great gifts and high behests, in 2, 90/ 16
 
 GIVE...................12
can have but ye give it, nor ye give 2, 11/ 23
give it, nor ye give it if ye agree 2, 11/ 24
much people, they should give the lords atwixt whom 2, 16/ 17
Stratford, till they should give other license; forasmuch as 2, 18/ 4
king nor pope can give any place such a 2, 32/ 25
-- except the law give a child a guardian 2, 39/ 4
And if she would give them a resolute answer 2, 40/ 15
Wherefore we require you give us answer one or 2, 76/ 8
as their throats would give, "King Richard! King Richard 2, 76/ 19
for his sake to give and bear the same 2, 79/ 4
thereunto. If he would give them a resolute answer 2, 79/ 22
either the Protector would give the Duke occasion of 2, 90/ 6