GREATER................5
esteem and take for greater kindness a little courtesy 2, 5/ 21
sometimes without small things greater cannot stand. And verily 2, 26/ 15
as well for many greater causes as also for 2, 34/ 25
other two were somewhat greater personages, and nevertheless of 2, 56/ 10
not reckoned it a greater thing to make a 2, 65/ 33
 
 GREATLY................11
he was of youth greatly given to fleshly wantonness 2, 4/ 20
refraineth. This fault not greatly grieved the people, for 2, 4/ 22
the Queen, was thereof greatly reproved, and the seal 2, 25/ 3
And verily, it redoundeth greatly to the dishonor both 2, 26/ 16
which case I marvel greatly that my Lord Protector 2, 35/ 34
the other lords were greatly abashed, that favored her 2, 47/ 31
For they were before greatly esteemed among the people 2, 58/ 26
affection toward her so greatly increased that she durst 2, 61/ 19
perceive it booted not greatly to say nay. Notwithstanding 2, 61/ 34
goods as their persons greatly endangered, either by feigned 2, 70/ 31
peradventure we not so greatly needed but that the 2, 76/ 3
 
 GREEDY.................3
and stately of stomach, greedy and ambitious of authority 2, 6/ 27
see some men so greedy without any substantial cause 2, 37/ 10
know -- the King's greedy appetite was insatiable, and 2, 72/ 5
 
 GREEN..................5
brought forth into the green beside the chapel within 2, 49/ 20
he sent one John Green, whom he specially trusted 2, 83/ 15
to death. This John Green did his errand unto 2, 83/ 19
with which answer John Green returning, recounted the same 2, 83/ 22
what need in that green world the Protector had 2, 90/ 4
 
 GREW...................4
beginning) marvelously in him grew and increased, so far 2, 5/ 12
indifferent: where his advantage grew, he spared no man's 2, 8/ 12
any were, it rather grew of riot and unreasonable 2, 69/ 27
marvel whereof that change grew. And surely the occasion 2, 89/ 6
 
 GREY...................5
to the Lord Richard Grey, the King's other brother 2, 19/ 8
the King, Dame Elizabeth Grey (which was after his 2, 60/ 13
married unto one John Grey, a squire whom King 2, 60/ 19
only widowhood of Elizabeth Grey, though she were in 2, 62/ 24
solemnity married Dame Elizabeth Grey, and her crowned queen 2, 65/ 9
 
 GRIEF..................2
may grow to more grief than any man here 2, 26/ 23
also to the importable grief and displeasure of the 2, 34/ 11
 
 GRIEFS.................2
again. Now be those griefs past, and all is 2, 13/ 9
this time forward, all griefs forgotten, each of you 2, 13/ 21
 
 GRIEVED................2
This fault not greatly grieved the people, for neither 2, 4/ 22
he ought to be grieved. When the Duke had 2, 78/ 9
 
 GRIEVOUS...............1
deaths whose imprisonment was grievous unto him. And that 2, 43/ 16
 
 GRINS..................1
goods, among so many grins and traps as was 2, 69/ 25
 
 GROUND.................6
intent, and a sure ground for the foundation of 2, 10/ 2
destruction, and upon that ground set the foundation of 2, 14/ 18
confirmed, and which holy ground was more than five 2, 28/ 2
which is the only ground and cause of all 2, 32/ 8
upon how slippery a ground the Protector built his 2, 66/ 11
meetly deep in the ground, under a great heap 2, 85/ 29
 
 GROUNDLY...............1
as that worshipful man groundly made open unto you 2, 73/ 14
 
 GROW...................4
that many harms might grow by their debate while 2, 10/ 18
our well-proved evil-willers to grow in over-great authority with 2, 15/ 2
wrest out, and may grow to more grief than 2, 26/ 23
much rest and quiet grow to all the realm 2, 27/ 6
 
 GROWING................1
Howbeit, as great is growing, if we suffer this 2, 15/ 15
 
 GROWN..................3
in the mean season grown into his favor, of 2, 4/ 7
within these few years grown in this realm, I 2, 13/ 1
is so much mischief grown. For lack of which 2, 73/ 22
 
 GRUDGE.................5
those that bore him grudge for King Henry's sake 2, 4/ 4
to maintain, a long-continued grudge and heart-burning between the 2, 9/ 28
turn to the great grudge of all men, and 2, 27/ 30
me so little to grudge at that I love 2, 63/ 31
his honor, murmur or grudge of the world, he 2, 72/ 10
 
 GRUDGED................2
whom the Queen specially grudged for the great favor 2, 11/ 2
albeit his heart somewhat grudged that he was not 2, 48/ 1
 
 GRUDGES................1
nor, turning their private grudges into the common hurt 2, 23/ 17
 
 GUARD..................1
Protector had provided privy guard for himself, so had 2, 43/ 23
 
 GUARDIAN...............4
maketh his mother his guardian. Then may no man 2, 38/ 30
give a child a guardian only for his goods 2, 39/ 4
man's law serveth the guardian to keep the infant 2, 39/ 26
the appointment of a guardian! I would not be 2, 64/ 1
 
 GUESS..................3
hard, I ween, to guess. And if some folks' 2, 15/ 9
as though men should guess the beauty of one 2, 55/ 29
advise her visage might guess and devise which parts 2, 55/ 32
 
 GUIDING................1
take upon him the guiding and governance of this 2, 74/ 10
 
 GUILDHALL..............1
there came unto the Guildhall in London the Duke 2, 69/ 2
 
 GUILT..................1
and without other earthly guilt but only that they 2, 58/ 1
 
 GUILTLESS..............1
In that I am guiltless? As though they were 2, 37/ 3
 
 GUILTY.................2
As though they were guilty! In that I am 2, 37/ 4
mind that knoweth itself guilty is in a manner 2, 82/ 4
 
 HACKED.................1
slain in the field, hacked and hewed of his 2, 87/ 5
 
 HAD....................174
fourth, after that he had lived fifty and three 2, 3/ 1
his deathbed appeased. He had left all gathering of 2, 5/ 1
out of France he had before obtained, and the 2, 5/ 5
foregoing his death, he had obtained Berwick. And albeit 2, 5/ 6
entire affection toward him had been to his noble 2, 5/ 24
dissension of their friends had not unarmed them and 2, 5/ 28
either kind or kindness had held place, must needs 2, 6/ 1
Henry's blood (albeit he had a goodly prince) utterly 2, 6/ 18
either his own ambition had not set him against 2, 7/ 3
the Duchess, his mother, had so much ado in 2, 7/ 24
for peace. Sundry victories had he, and sometimes overthrows 2, 8/ 2
would undoubtedly, if he had intended that thing, have 2, 8/ 20
same Duke of Clarence had kept him true to 2, 9/ 4
king!" What cause he had so to think, hard 2, 9/ 14
thing purposed, or otherwise had any inkling thereof. For 2, 9/ 16
the Duke of Gloucester had of old foreminded this 2, 9/ 21
for that the King had made him captain of 2, 11/ 5
I well: ye never had so great cause of 2, 12/ 8
if some folks' friendship had not held better place 2, 15/ 10
which the King's pleasure had more place than the 2, 15/ 20
atwixt whom and them had been sometime debate to 2, 16/ 17
and say that they had unwisely, and untruly also 2, 16/ 27
servants were unready. Now had these dukes taken also 2, 17/ 28
the King lay, they had bestowed certain of their 2, 18/ 1
Lord Rivers his uncle, had compassed to rule the 2, 19/ 10
that the Lord Marquis had entered into the Tower 2, 19/ 14
comfort, who he thought had more need of comfort 2, 20/ 7
was strange. But himself had been all his days 2, 20/ 8
his servants that he had tidings of so great 2, 21/ 6
that he so suddenly had yielded up the Great 2, 22/ 30
knights which were taken had contrived the destruction of 2, 23/ 32
harnesses that these traitors had privily conveyed in their 2, 24/ 9
purpose would rather have had their harnesses on their 2, 24/ 12
Chancellor of England, which had delivered up the Great 2, 25/ 2
men, undoubtedly, that England had in his time. Divers 2, 25/ 8
their offices that they had before. Now, all were 2, 25/ 10
finishing of that he had begun that thought every 2, 25/ 11
as long as he had but half his prey 2, 25/ 13
advices." When the Protector had said, all the Council 2, 27/ 19
now be broken! Which had so many years been 2, 27/ 32
and popes so good had granted, so many had 2, 28/ 1
had granted, so many had confirmed, and which holy 2, 28/ 1
as would God she had as good will as 2, 29/ 1
Which, and if he had discretion to require it 2, 32/ 18
sanctuary." When the Duke had done, the temporal men 2, 33/ 20
some of that company had haply secret instruction incontinent 2, 34/ 2
that the Council therefore had sent him unto her 2, 34/ 16
thereof." Would God he had not! Troweth the Protector 2, 38/ 6
returned safe again and had the victory, then went 2, 39/ 19
convey him elsewhere, neither had she time to serve 2, 40/ 29
out. We have also had experience that the desire 2, 41/ 23
other lords with him had received this young duke 2, 42/ 13
abroad. When the Protector had both the children in 2, 42/ 24
the Duke until he had brought to pass the 2, 43/ 3
rehearsed. But when he had imprisoned the Queen's kinsfolk 2, 43/ 4
that as the Protector had provided privy guard for 2, 43/ 23
guard for himself, so had he spies for the 2, 43/ 23
point that, where he had repented the way that 2, 43/ 29
the way that he had entered, yet would he 2, 43/ 30
same; and since he had once begun, he would 2, 43/ 31
after that that they had set the Lord Cardinal 2, 44/ 15
his household. The Protector had the resort, the King 2, 44/ 33
suit to them that had the doing, some were 2, 45/ 1
was it that he had not had either more 2, 45/ 29
that he had not had either more troth or 2, 45/ 29
if the Lord Hastings had not put so special 2, 45/ 31
Lord Stanley and he had departed, with divers other 2, 46/ 1
excusing himself that he had been from them so 2, 47/ 4
saying merrily that he had been asleep that day 2, 47/ 5
he. "Would God I had some better thing as 2, 47/ 8
ail. Then, when he had sat still a while 2, 47/ 20
the King, her husband, had most loved. And also 2, 48/ 17
or else his head had been cleft to the 2, 49/ 3
to bide -- he had so fearful a dream 2, 50/ 1
longer to tarry, but had his horse ready, if 2, 50/ 8
fail fleers)? For then had the boar a cause 2, 50/ 16
way or other, yet had I liefer that men 2, 50/ 20
time in which it had happened them before to 2, 51/ 17
time the Lord Chamberlain had been accused unto King 2, 51/ 19
thereof with whom he had before talked thereof in 2, 51/ 30
that some sudden necessity had constrained them. And then 2, 52/ 30
others of his conspiracy had contrived to have suddenly 2, 53/ 1
their treason he never had knowledge before ten of 2, 53/ 3
to hand; and so had God helped them that 2, 53/ 6
of his traitorous purpose had before conspired the same 2, 53/ 15
bare writing alone, all had it been but in 2, 54/ 8
all that ever she had -- above the value 2, 54/ 16
prison. And when he had a while laid unto 2, 54/ 18
of which she before had most miss), that her 2, 55/ 1
But when the King had abused her, anon her 2, 55/ 17
For a proper wit had she, and could both 2, 56/ 2
would say that he had three concubines which in 2, 56/ 6
pleasure. For many he had, but her he loved 2, 56/ 13
grace. For many that had highly offended, she obtained 2, 56/ 18
those that those days had business to speed, as 2, 57/ 1
that at this day had begged if she had 2, 57/ 13
had begged if she had not been. Now was 2, 57/ 13
as a man that had been long secret with 2, 57/ 23
they took such as had wit and were in 2, 58/ 19
of their learning, and had no scrupulous conscience. Among 2, 58/ 21
scrupulous conscience. Among these had they John Shaa -- 2, 58/ 22
these two, the one had a sermon in praise 2, 58/ 27
that King Edward IV had deposed King Henry VI 2, 60/ 2
the field that he had on Shrove Tuesday at 2, 60/ 22
as her late husband had given her in jointure 2, 60/ 31
constancy, as he that had not been wont elsewhere 2, 61/ 25
was thus appointed, and had between them twain ensured 2, 61/ 30
the Earl of Warwick had so far moved already 2, 62/ 6
King, when his mother had said, made her answer 2, 63/ 1
of this that he had already. For small pleasure 2, 63/ 19
Lucy, whom the King had also, not long before 2, 64/ 24
And that if it had not been for such 2, 65/ 5
wife and many times had prayed full heartily for 2, 65/ 11
it himself, if he had not reckoned it a 2, 65/ 33
less number than he had, at Barnet on the 2, 66/ 2
root." Thereupon when he had shown the great grace 2, 66/ 29
deep. And when he had laid for the proof 2, 67/ 5
though the Holy Ghost had put them in the 2, 68/ 3
they stood as they had been turned into stones 2, 68/ 25
once asked one that had been his old friend 2, 68/ 29
the name of "benevolence" had signified that every man 2, 70/ 2
the people whom he had as singular cause well 2, 72/ 22
us." When the Duke had said -- and looked 2, 75/ 1
he hoped the Mayor had framed before, should after 2, 75/ 2
thought that they never had in their lives heard 2, 75/ 13
said that the people had not been accustomed there 2, 75/ 20
office that he never had spoken to the people 2, 75/ 26
of that the Duke had twice rehearsed them himself 2, 75/ 28
one, stood as they had been men amazed. Whereupon 2, 75/ 32
the Duke, when he had showed this unto the 2, 77/ 20
grieved. When the Duke had this leave and pardon 2, 78/ 9
his. When the Protector had heard the proposition, he 2, 78/ 24
crown; in which he had ever perceived much more 2, 78/ 35
both for that they had so far gone that 2, 79/ 18
that way although they had not yet begun it 2, 79/ 20
strange, as though neither had ever communed with other 2, 80/ 22
and there, when he had placed himself in the 2, 81/ 15
people -- when he had declared the discommodity of 2, 81/ 27
one Fogge, whom he had long deadly hated, should 2, 81/ 32
sanctuary by (for thither had he fled, for fear 2, 81/ 34
servile flattery. When he had begun his reign the 2, 82/ 8
and covert dealing, men had it ever inwardly suspect 2, 82/ 29
thing which he before had intended. And forasmuch as 2, 83/ 10
myself, those that I had weened would most surely 2, 83/ 25
better prince, if he had well served God and 2, 84/ 2
good will as he had strength and wit. The 2, 84/ 3
and wit. The man had an high heart and 2, 84/ 3
so fast as he had hoped, being hindered and 2, 84/ 4
thing this page well had marked and known. Wherefore 2, 84/ 10
all the enemies he had except the devil could 2, 84/ 12
arose (for this communication had he sitting at the 2, 84/ 14
such thing as he had "given him commandment." After 2, 84/ 24
took himself as king, had it showed unto him 2, 84/ 28
knew and little cause had to lie, were these 2, 86/ 14
deed done he never had quiet in his mind 2, 87/ 11
his abominable deed. Now had he outward no long 2, 87/ 21
to York and there had solemn funeral service for 2, 88/ 3
showed him that he had secretly sent him to 2, 88/ 11
secret meeting and communication had, eftsoons departed. Whereupon at 2, 88/ 19
green world the Protector had of the Duke, and 2, 90/ 4
that if King Richard had any such opinion conceived 2, 90/ 8
to win favor. He had been fast upon the 2, 90/ 23
Prince while King Edward had the King in prison 2, 90/ 26
him to come, and had him from thenceforth both 2, 91/ 3
one, whose several titles had long inquieted the land 2, 91/ 11
prosperity as adverse fortune, had gotten by great experience 2, 91/ 19
wished, King Henry's son had had the crown, and 2, 92/ 7
King Henry's son had had the crown, and not 2, 92/ 7
But after that God had ordered him to lose 2, 92/ 8
been that his child had succeeded him. Howbeit, if 2, 92/ 11
left, saying that he had already meddled too much 2, 92/ 15
at home, and else had he been put in 2, 92/ 25
that when the lion had proclaimed that on pain 2, 93/ 2
that wood, one that had in his forehead a 2, 93/ 3