GOODLY.................12
strange. He was a goodly personage and very princely 2, 4/ 9
princely virtues, as much goodly towardness, as their age 2, 5/ 26
albeit he had a goodly prince) utterly rejected, the 2, 6/ 18
of Clarence, was a goodly, noble prince and at 2, 7/ 2
very well-spoken man) in goodly wise to excuse himself 2, 18/ 23
And thus in a goodly array they came to 2, 19/ 3
he hath found a goodly gloss by which that 2, 38/ 3
Here is a gay, goodly cast, foul cast away 2, 54/ 12
cause -- as a goodly, continent prince, clean and 2, 54/ 24
honest citizen, young and goodly and of good substance 2, 55/ 10
said it was a goodly cry and a joyful 2, 76/ 27
a man of right goodly personage, and for nature's 2, 83/ 31
 
 GOODNESS...............2
doubt not, of his goodness, he will not refuse 2, 26/ 32
him, of his accustomed goodness and zeal unto the 2, 78/ 13
 
 GOODS..................15
thither with poor men's goods; there they build, there 2, 31/ 10
bring thither their stolen goods, and there live thereon 2, 31/ 13
sanctuary with another man's goods, why should not the 2, 32/ 22
the party of his goods even within the sanctuary 2, 32/ 24
of the Church, the goods of a sanctuary man 2, 32/ 29
his debts, and stolen goods to the owner, and 2, 32/ 30
only, or for my goods too? Ye may not 2, 38/ 27
guardian only for his goods and his lands, discharging 2, 39/ 4
only both lands and goods serve. And if examples 2, 39/ 6
merchant adventureth all his goods in one ship? All 2, 41/ 32
the safeguard of your goods -- of all which 2, 69/ 22
lord of his own goods, among so many grins 2, 69/ 24
honest, great substance of goods to be lashed out 2, 69/ 30
known as well their goods as their persons greatly 2, 70/ 30
Thus were neither your goods in surety, and yet 2, 71/ 7
 
 GOT....................7
in many days before got him either more hearts 2, 5/ 19
with large gifts he got him unsteadfast friendship, for 2, 8/ 5
power about the King, got herself in all the 2, 20/ 29
thanked be God they got no good, nor ye 2, 52/ 4
Of great forfeitures she got men remission. And finally 2, 56/ 19
once ended, the preacher got him home and never 2, 68/ 27
prince King Henry VII got him home again, made 2, 91/ 13
 
 GOTTEN.................5
any man that were gotten out of Northampton toward 2, 18/ 3
the Queen's kinsfolk, and gotten both her sons into 2, 43/ 5
also, not long before, gotten with child. Wherefore the 2, 64/ 25
as the thing evil gotten is never well kept 2, 82/ 13
as adverse fortune, had gotten by great experience (the 2, 91/ 19
 
 GOVERN.................4
would alone demean and govern the King at their 2, 24/ 2
King Edward's line to govern them, whom no man 2, 79/ 31
no man earthly can govern against their wills; and 2, 79/ 31
our heirs to rule, govern, and defend; the other 2, 80/ 10
 
 GOVERNANCE.............6
A king of such governance and behavior in time 2, 3/ 20
former outrages. To the governance and ordering of this 2, 14/ 9
himself the order and governance of the young king 2, 20/ 16
him the guiding and governance of this realm, to 2, 74/ 11
him the crown and governance of this realm, according 2, 78/ 17
Grace hath now the governance, and whereof I am 2, 93/ 20
 
 GRACE..................41
Elizabeth, whose fortune and grace was after to be 2, 3/ 8
fortune, without a special grace, hardly refraineth. This fault 2, 4/ 21
to ruin, but if grace turn him to wisdom 2, 12/ 1
and also to His Grace no surety to have 2, 14/ 31
thanks be to his grace, that peril is past 2, 15/ 14
humble wise, saluted His Grace -- which received them 2, 19/ 4
knowledge of your good grace." And forthwith they arrested 2, 19/ 23
back with the King's Grace from Stony Stratford unto 2, 21/ 10
that be about His Grace, to have it run 2, 26/ 18
shall I, by God's grace, so wed myself to 2, 27/ 17
quoth he, "with God's grace, we shall not need 2, 28/ 13
noble brother, to whose grace we besides be of 2, 28/ 29
royal majesty. To whose grace it were as singular 2, 34/ 12
Cardinal, "but that Your Grace were of all folk 2, 35/ 18
your company -- Your Grace was well content therewith 2, 35/ 31
help, as God send grace it hurt not. And 2, 37/ 7
beareth him, lest Your Grace should hap to send 2, 37/ 20
own hand." "God send grace, sir," quoth the messenger 2, 50/ 25
realm should by God's grace rest in good quiet 2, 54/ 2
bring them in his grace. For many that had 2, 56/ 18
of God, where his grace inclineth the parties to 2, 63/ 7
Howbeit, she said His Grace spoke so loving words 2, 65/ 3
had shown the great grace that God giveth and 2, 66/ 29
those children lacked that grace, and for the punishment 2, 66/ 31
that now, by God's grace, better shall; which thing 2, 72/ 30
it may like His Grace, at our humble request 2, 74/ 10
we shall make His Grace so effectual report that 2, 76/ 30
you, unto his noble Grace, to make our humble 2, 76/ 33
great matter unto His Grace. Whereupon the Protector made 2, 77/ 15
them all, that His Grace would pardon them and 2, 77/ 31
to purpose unto His Grace the intent of their 2, 77/ 32
much honor to His Grace as wealth to all 2, 78/ 3
not sure how His Grace would take it -- 2, 78/ 4
finally to beseech His Grace that it would like 2, 78/ 12
land, and unto His Grace so much the more 2, 78/ 21
it would like His Grace to take the crown 2, 79/ 21
the other, by God's grace and your good help 2, 80/ 11
say, to do Your Grace pleasure the thing were 2, 83/ 28
served God and by grace obtained as much troth 2, 84/ 2
this realm whereof His Grace hath now the governance 2, 93/ 19
the person of Your Grace." 2, 93/ 25
 
 GRACIOUS...............1
and to set his gracious hands to the redress 2, 78/ 15
 
 GRACIOUSLY.............1
that behalf the more graciously incline if ye, the 2, 74/ 23
 
 GRANT..................3
that the Protector should grant him the quiet possession 2, 44/ 3
her better than to grant her her boon. But 2, 65/ 12
good will list to grant, but what the King 2, 70/ 3
 
 GRANTED................2
popes so good had granted, so many had confirmed 2, 28/ 1
piteous than politic hath granted it, and other men 2, 31/ 21
 
 GRANTETH...............1
which either the law granteth of course or the 2, 30/ 22
 
 GREAT..................115
of Westminster, and with great funeral honor and heaviness 2, 3/ 19
his reign -- a great part of a long 2, 4/ 6
health of body in great prosperity and fortune, without 2, 4/ 21
little courtesy than a great benefit. So deceased (as 2, 5/ 21
three as they were great states of birth, so 2, 6/ 26
birth, so were they great and stately of stomach 2, 6/ 26
ere morning, came in great haste to the house 2, 9/ 9
specially grudged for the great favor the King bore 2, 11/ 2
as for divers other great gifts which he received 2, 11/ 7
good plain ways prosper. Great variance hath there long 2, 12/ 4
you, not always for great causes. Sometimes a thing 2, 12/ 5
ye never had so great cause of hatred as 2, 12/ 8
we have taken so great hurt before, that we 2, 13/ 8
is past. Howbeit, as great is growing, if we 2, 15/ 15
of honor and of great power, the one by 2, 15/ 30
without the gathering and great assembly of people, and 2, 16/ 8
the King up in great haste, not in good 2, 17/ 6
the Lord Rivers, a great while. But incontinent after 2, 17/ 16
they were openly with great courtesy departed, and the 2, 17/ 17
wherein they spent a great part of the night 2, 17/ 22
-- perceiving well so great a thing without his 2, 18/ 11
so few hours so great a change marvelously misliked 2, 18/ 13
tidings the Queen in great flight and heaviness, bewailing 2, 20/ 26
had tidings of so great importance that his master 2, 21/ 7
weaponed, he took the Great Seal with him and 2, 21/ 18
And here is the Great Seal, which in like 2, 22/ 9
he betook her the Great Seal, and departed home 2, 22/ 12
unsearched. Then was there great commotion and murmur, as 2, 22/ 16
had yielded up the Great Seal to the Queen 2, 22/ 30
lowliness, that from the great obloquy in which he 2, 24/ 25
suddenly fallen in so great trust that at the 2, 24/ 26
had delivered up the Great Seal to the Queen 2, 25/ 2
Queen, and proceeding of great malice toward the King's 2, 25/ 20
thing that should cease great murmur in the realm 2, 27/ 21
should turn to the great grudge of all men 2, 27/ 30
in spirit, accompanied with great multitude of angels by 2, 28/ 4
God forbid) upon so great a mischief, the sanctuary 2, 29/ 21
as it were no great mastery, we letting her 2, 29/ 29
might be amended, with great thank of God and 2, 31/ 19
danger abroad, not of great hurt only, but also 2, 31/ 29
not only to the great rumor of the people 2, 34/ 10
doing should both do great good to the realm 2, 34/ 20
specially tendered), not only great comfort and honor to 2, 34/ 23
duke himself, whose both great wealth it were to 2, 34/ 25
methinketh it were as great commodity to them both 2, 35/ 3
is not always so great necessity to have the 2, 35/ 26
is, I trow, no great marvel though I fear 2, 36/ 28
I fled hither, being great with child, and here 2, 39/ 17
palace may be as great safeguard to him now 2, 39/ 22
good while in a great study. And forasmuch her 2, 40/ 24
turn both me to great sorrow, the realm to 2, 41/ 17
harm, and you to great reproach. For lo, here 2, 41/ 18
mind promised him a great quantity of the King's 2, 44/ 7
it that before such great things, men's hearts of 2, 44/ 25
chiefly lay. But surely great pity was it that 2, 45/ 28
therewith, as in a great anger, he clapped his 2, 48/ 27
upon the board, a great rap. At which token 2, 48/ 27
oftentimes notably foregoing some great misfortune. Now this that 2, 50/ 31
time, and now of great authority. This knight, when 2, 51/ 5
indignation, and stood in great fear of himself. And 2, 51/ 23
past, it gave him great pleasure to talk with 2, 51/ 29
never stood in so great dread in my life 2, 52/ 10
nor never in so great surety." O good God 2, 52/ 13
and a gentle, of great authority with his prince 2, 52/ 18
together in making some great commotion for his deliverance 2, 54/ 1
most miss), that her great shame won her much 2, 55/ 1
she obtained pardon. Of great forfeitures she got men 2, 56/ 19
stood many men in great stead, either for none 2, 56/ 20
among the remembrances of great matters -- which they 2, 56/ 28
good substance, after as great favor with the prince 2, 56/ 32
the prince, after as great suit and seeking-to with 2, 57/ 1
doctors of divinity, both great preachers, both of more 2, 58/ 24
much wooing, and many great promises, she well espied 2, 61/ 18
realm -- whereupon depended great strength to his estate 2, 62/ 4
by the affinity, and great possibility of increase of 2, 62/ 4
his own subject, no great occasion leading thereunto, no 2, 62/ 9
his own maid so great difference as between the 2, 62/ 15
impediment, the King with great feast and honorable solemnity 2, 65/ 8
his return assembled a great puissance against the King 2, 65/ 15
Warwick with many other great estates of that party 2, 66/ 4
Paul's Cross, in a great audience (as always assembled 2, 66/ 26
audience (as always assembled great number to his preaching 2, 66/ 26
he had shown the great grace that God giveth 2, 66/ 29
after silence commanded (upon great pain) in the Protector's 2, 69/ 7
of a matter right great and weighty, and no 2, 69/ 13
ye would have given great good for, that ye 2, 69/ 18
good men and honest, great substance of goods to 2, 69/ 29
was no crime so great, of which there could 2, 71/ 2
ourselves hath been so great effusion of the ancient 2, 71/ 19
half remaineth, to the great enfeebling of this noble 2, 71/ 21
for their money, and great men for their lands 2, 71/ 25
have her; to the great destruction of many a 2, 72/ 11
a good woman, and great dolor to their husband 2, 72/ 12
ye, not without your great cost and sundry perils 2, 72/ 27
my words of as great authority as the preacher's 2, 73/ 4
been the effusion of great part of the noble 2, 73/ 20
well considered, and the great knightly prowess pondered, with 2, 74/ 4
office. And that the great wise man well perceived 2, 74/ 16
and thereto of so great wisdom joined with so 2, 74/ 21
wisdom joined with so great experience; which albeit he 2, 74/ 21
whereby you shall do great profit to all this 2, 74/ 29
shall redound unto your great weal and commodity, we 2, 76/ 31
being there of a great and honorable company, to 2, 77/ 14
company, to move a great matter unto His Grace 2, 77/ 15
this there was a great shout crying "King Richard 2, 80/ 16
the Protector, with a great train, went to Westminster 2, 81/ 12
the ground, under a great heap of stones. Then 2, 85/ 29
rode Sir James in great haste to King Richard 2, 86/ 1
murder, who gave him great thanks and, as some 2, 86/ 2
blood, brought up in great wealth, likely long to 2, 86/ 16
as it seemed, very great friends, at Gloucester. From 2, 89/ 3
but he, both with great gifts and high behests 2, 90/ 16
was a man of great natural wit, very well-learned 2, 90/ 22
fortune, had gotten by great experience (the very mother 2, 91/ 19
flesh fled away a great pace. The fox, that 2, 93/ 4