GIVEN..................9
was of youth greatly given to fleshly wantonness -- 2, 4/ 20
rap. At which token given, one cried "Treason!" without 2, 48/ 28
her late husband had given her in jointure. Whom 2, 60/ 31
that ye would have given great good for, that 2, 69/ 18
his good will have given. As though the name 2, 70/ 1
his protectorship (the praise given to God) well begun 2, 79/ 9
repressed. Upon this answer given, the Duke, by the 2, 79/ 12
thing as he had "given him commandment." After which 2, 84/ 24
better store, to have given him some of such 2, 93/ 23
 
 GIVETH.................1
great grace that God giveth and secretly infoundeth in 2, 66/ 29
 
 GIVING.................1
inns and lodgings about, giving them commandment to make 2, 17/ 24
 
 GLAD...................7
this intent he was glad of his brother's death 2, 9/ 1
be content, but also glad that ye were, if 2, 35/ 20
hated her living and glad were to see sin 2, 55/ 3
all sad, some with glad semblance that were not 2, 77/ 3
people that were so glad to live under his 2, 78/ 23
perceiving now this duke glad to common with him 2, 91/ 21
Edward faithful chaplain, and glad would have been that 2, 92/ 11
 
 GLADLY.................3
a mess of them." "Gladly, my lord," quoth he 2, 47/ 8
And albeit he would gladly that she should take 2, 63/ 4
that we would not gladly do without you -- 2, 76/ 6
 
 GLORY..................2
evil could bear the glory of another; so that 2, 90/ 10
of envy toward the glory of the King, and 2, 91/ 24
 
 GLOSS..................1
hath found a goodly gloss by which that place 2, 38/ 3
 
 GLOUCESTER.............25
Richard the Duke of Gloucester -- by nature their 2, 6/ 3
master, the Duke of Gloucester, be king!" What cause 2, 9/ 13
that the Duke of Gloucester had of old foreminded 2, 9/ 21
favor, the Duke of Gloucester turned unto their destruction 2, 14/ 18
others, the Duke of Gloucester soon set afire them 2, 15/ 27
with the Duke of Gloucester: that they would utterly 2, 16/ 1
concluded, the Duke of Gloucester, understanding that the lords 2, 16/ 4
that, the Duke of Gloucester himself and other lords 2, 17/ 3
when these dukes of Gloucester and Buckingham came thither 2, 17/ 8
dinner the Duke of Gloucester sent a dish from 2, 20/ 3
of the Duke of Gloucester, he sent the Lord 2, 20/ 10
wise the Duke of Gloucester took upon himself the 2, 20/ 15
that the Duke of Gloucester was sure and fastly 2, 23/ 5
against the dukes of Gloucester and Buckingham, put under 2, 23/ 7
that the dukes of Gloucester and Buckingham were so 2, 23/ 28
of the dukes of Gloucester and Buckingham, and of 2, 23/ 32
But the Duke of Gloucester bore him in open 2, 24/ 23
prince Richard, Duke of Gloucester, now Protector of this 2, 73/ 11
taking his way to Gloucester to visit in his 2, 83/ 8
as the Duke of Gloucester, upon the death of 2, 88/ 2
with the Duke of Gloucester, desiring that in the 2, 88/ 6
And the Duke of Gloucester, advertised of his desire 2, 88/ 8
very great friends, at Gloucester. From whence as soon 2, 89/ 4
have been murdered at Gloucester. (From which, nevertheless, he 2, 90/ 1
trusty manner departed at Gloucester. But soon after his 2, 90/ 17
 
 GLOUCESTER'S...........1
of the Duke of Gloucester's servants, watching that no 2, 22/ 14
 
 GNAWING................1
frowning and frothing and gnawing on his lips, and 2, 47/ 17
 
 GO.....................22
you, ere we farther go, what manner of man 2, 6/ 11
ere any good conclusion go forward. And also while 2, 11/ 27
nor himself suffered to go out -- perceiving well 2, 18/ 10
his own conscience, to go boldly to them and 2, 18/ 17
Duke of Buckingham said, "Go before, gentlemen and yeomen 2, 19/ 2
that no man should go to sanctuary, nor none 2, 22/ 15
and not fear. But go to, suppose that she 2, 29/ 12
favorable necessity compelled to go thither. And then see 2, 30/ 25
and bid their creditors go whistle them. Men's wives 2, 31/ 11
indeed. For if one go to sanctuary with another 2, 32/ 22
because he feareth to go to school, his master 2, 33/ 4
he would ask to go out. If I say 2, 38/ 24
if she should needs go from him, she deemed 2, 41/ 6
once yet ere you go, for God knoweth when 2, 42/ 10
entered, yet would he go forth in the same 2, 43/ 30
begun, he would stoutly go through. And therefore to 2, 43/ 31
was too wise to go about any such folly 2, 48/ 14
which he might not go to till this were 2, 49/ 16
the Lord Hastings would go with him, to ride 2, 50/ 8
faint heart. And therefore go to thy master, man 2, 50/ 22
ye that ye tomorrow go with us, and we 2, 76/ 32
he and his both go from it, he said 2, 79/ 28
 
 GOD....................65
without any respect of God or the world unnaturally 2, 6/ 6
if they should (that God forbid) find you at 2, 11/ 16
to wisdom; which if God send, then they that 2, 12/ 1
with us that would God they did, should no 2, 12/ 16
this realm, I pray God as well forget as 2, 13/ 2
past, and all is (God be thanked) quiet, and 2, 13/ 10
cousins my children, if God send them life and 2, 13/ 11
they, by whom though God did his pleasure, yet 2, 13/ 13
earthly regard -- either God or your king, affinity 2, 13/ 22
our undoing; which thing God and good provision forbid 2, 15/ 18
to be done with God wot what. With which 2, 20/ 21
and high displeasure of God, if the privilege of 2, 27/ 31
hallowed and dedicated to God (for the proof whereof 2, 28/ 5
the Archbishop of York, "God forbid that any man 2, 28/ 9
war with women. Would God some of the men 2, 28/ 23
any wit (as would God she had as good 2, 29/ 1
men were set (which God forbid) upon so great 2, 29/ 21
much more manquellers, whom God bade to take from 2, 30/ 17
not the sanctuaries that God appointed in the Old 2, 30/ 20
amendment -- as though God and Saint Peter were 2, 31/ 5
with great thank of God and no breach of 2, 31/ 19
by the law of God and of the Church 2, 32/ 29
friends -- which would God were rather here in 2, 36/ 24
that would help, as God send grace it hurt 2, 37/ 6
break? And I trust God as strong now to 2, 38/ 1
no need thereof." Would God he had not! Troweth 2, 38/ 5
the Protector (I pray God he may prove a 2, 38/ 8
ye sure! I pray God send them both better 2, 38/ 13
fortune, which I pray God long to continue. And 2, 39/ 14
arms. And I pray God that my son's palace 2, 39/ 21
holy sanctuary, I pray God shortly send him need 2, 40/ 3
ask them both, before God and the world. Faithful 2, 42/ 1
my own sweet son; God send you good keeping 2, 42/ 9
ere you go, for God knoweth when we shall 2, 42/ 10
lord," quoth he. "Would God I had some better 2, 47/ 8
of my own hand." "God send grace, sir," quoth 2, 50/ 24
well; and thanked be God they got no good 2, 52/ 4
great surety." O good God, the blindness of our 2, 52/ 13
hand; and so had God helped them that the 2, 53/ 6
from all fear of God. This knight -- bringing 2, 57/ 26
for the respect of God, where his grace inclineth 2, 63/ 7
content; I trust in God she shall bring forth 2, 64/ 16
and her husband before God. By reason of which 2, 64/ 29
his loss. In which God loved her better than 2, 65/ 11
the great grace that God giveth and secretly infoundeth 2, 66/ 29
other men's lands, yet God always so provideth that 2, 67/ 1
Queen, but was before God husband unto Dame Elizabeth 2, 67/ 14
was specially chosen by God and, in manner, by 2, 68/ 6
weighty than pleasing unto God and profitable to all 2, 69/ 14
days that dead is, God forgive it his soul 2, 71/ 15
without any fear of God or respect of his 2, 72/ 9
of the word of God, namely a man so 2, 73/ 4
have we to thank God that this noble personage 2, 74/ 19
to the laud of God, profit of the land 2, 78/ 21
the praise given to God) well begun, in that 2, 79/ 9
we never ask of God longer to live than 2, 80/ 15
he had well served God and by grace obtained 2, 84/ 2
they gave up to God their innocent souls into 2, 85/ 21
murdered, their bodies cast God wot where, by the 2, 86/ 19
every part well pondered, God never gave this world 2, 86/ 21
Edward. But after that God had ordered him to 2, 92/ 8
the secret judgment of God have otherwise provided, I 2, 92/ 12
to set up that God pulleth down. And as 2, 92/ 13
as well as before God I meant it, could 2, 93/ 14
might yet have pleased God, for the better store 2, 93/ 22