HAIR...................1
on horseback dead, his hair in despite torn and 2, 87/ 6
 
 HALF...................4
as he had but half his prey in his 2, 25/ 13
his strength more than half increased. The matter was 2, 43/ 8
and other, more than half the realm. Thus were 2, 71/ 7
realm that scarcely the half remaineth, to the great 2, 71/ 21
 
 HALL...................4
east end of the hall (where the Mayor keepeth 2, 69/ 5
nether end of the hall, an ambushment of the 2, 76/ 16
that thrust into the hall among the press, began 2, 76/ 18
train, went to Westminster Hall, and there, when he 2, 81/ 13
 
 HALLOWED...............1
night -- so specially hallowed and dedicated to God 2, 28/ 4
 
 HAND...................16
enemies, no war in hand, nor none toward, but 2, 4/ 27
he to take in hand by which he should 2, 5/ 3
man, as valiant of hand as politic in counsel 2, 14/ 13
king in our enemy's hand which without his witting 2, 15/ 16
bore they folk in hand. But when the Lord 2, 18/ 8
his prey in his hand -- well witting that 2, 25/ 14
Protector himself ready at hand, so that she verily 2, 40/ 26
young duke by the hand, and said unto the 2, 41/ 13
am of my own hand." "God send grace, sir 2, 50/ 24
as came next to hand; and so had God 2, 53/ 6
so well a set hand, and therewith of itself 2, 54/ 5
a taper in her hand. In which she went 2, 54/ 28
which he was in hand and, without any deduction 2, 68/ 13
you were nearest at hand, since that near hereabout 2, 72/ 20
took him by the hand. Which thing the common 2, 82/ 1
body privily fenced, his hand ever on his dagger 2, 87/ 14
 
 HANDLED................1
less, and more favorably, handled -- not even fully 2, 59/ 29
 
 HANDLING...............1
their craftsmasters in the handling of such wicked devices 2, 43/ 10
 
 HANDS..................17
slew with his own hands King Henry the Sixth 2, 8/ 14
other, and joined their hands together, when (as it 2, 13/ 30
should be in the hands and custody of his 2, 14/ 24
leave him in her hands. For if she cast 2, 29/ 14
afeard to set their hands to the amendment -- 2, 31/ 4
men would set their hands to, it might be 2, 31/ 18
the labor of his hands. "Verily," quoth the Duke 2, 32/ 32
him in the Protector's hands, that hath his brother 2, 39/ 28
be delivered into his hands in whom they should 2, 40/ 22
she with her own hands betook him to them 2, 41/ 12
to keep, into your hands, of whom I shall 2, 41/ 33
the children in his hands, he opened himself more 2, 42/ 25
sons into his own hands, then he opened the 2, 43/ 5
to set his gracious hands to the redress and 2, 78/ 15
hewed of his enemies' hands, harried on horseback dead 2, 87/ 5
him to escape his hands. Very truth it is 2, 90/ 9
been put in the hands of them with whom 2, 92/ 25
 
 HANG...................1
it were alms to hang them. When the King 2, 24/ 15
 
 HANGED.................1
good possibility to be hanged ere he die. But 2, 87/ 3
 
 HAP....................5
you at variance, might hap to fall themselves at 2, 11/ 17
strife, if it should hap, as it were likely 2, 23/ 22
lest Your Grace should hap to send him away 2, 37/ 20
danger (as thou mayest hap to hear more hereafter 2, 52/ 12
of his tormentors might hap to break his head 2, 81/ 5
 
 HAPLY..................12
were men, your faithfulness haply would suffice. But childhood 2, 11/ 21
man shall perish, and haply he too, and ye 2, 13/ 16
in sanctuary or should haply be shortly conveyed to 2, 25/ 16
of that company had haply secret instruction incontinent, maugre 2, 34/ 2
found others that would haply do their best unto 2, 35/ 14
that some one man, haply somewhat perceiving, filled many 2, 44/ 27
warned that it might haply turn them to no 2, 45/ 3
never longed. Which was haply the thing that the 2, 55/ 12
shall especially think that haply shall esteem her only 2, 56/ 29
himself whom he should haply never love, and for 2, 63/ 18
and knights, more than haply knew the message that 2, 69/ 4
of the city; and haply to him they will 2, 75/ 21
 
 HAPPED.................3
This knight, when it happed the Lord Chamberlain by 2, 51/ 5
very good conclusion. Now happed it that in the 2, 60/ 12
only for that it happed those to favor him 2, 70/ 27
 
 HAPPEN.................6
diet should shorten) should happen to decease (as indeed 2, 8/ 28
obtained. And if it happen that I bring it 2, 28/ 16
And if she might happen to bring that to 2, 29/ 29
also, if the crown happen (as it hath done 2, 30/ 11
treat if we hereafter happen to write the time 2, 82/ 32
ween it would, might happen to turn me to 2, 93/ 15
 
 HAPPENED...............2
mistrusted than that that happened, yet well foreseeing that 2, 10/ 17
in which it had happened them before to meet 2, 51/ 17
 
 HAPPENETH..............3
better! And yet that happeneth. And nowhere find we 2, 12/ 19
man wot well daily happeneth to them to whom 2, 50/ 29
pestilent as when it happeneth among us, and among 2, 71/ 13
 
 HARD...................8
had so to think, hard it is to say 2, 9/ 14
our woe, it were hard, I ween, to guess 2, 15/ 9
that it should be hard for him to bring 2, 16/ 7
fastened in men's hearts, hard it is to wrest 2, 26/ 22
but rivelled skin and hard bone. And yet, being 2, 55/ 31
as methinketh it were hard but it should be 2, 83/ 6
the thing were right hard that he would refuse 2, 83/ 29
the featherbed and pillows hard unto their mouths, that 2, 85/ 20
 
 HARD-FAVORED...........1
higher than his right, hard-favored of visage, and such 2, 7/ 21
 
 HARD-HEARTED...........1
remembereth not, or so hard-hearted that he pitieth not 2, 70/ 25
 
 HARDILY................1
bigamy, let the bishop hardily lay it in my 2, 64/ 17
 
 HARDINESS..............1
own person) either of hardiness or politic order. Free 2, 8/ 3
 
 HARDLY.................1
without a special grace, hardly refraineth. This fault not 2, 4/ 22
 
 HARDY..................1
the field bold and hardy, and nevertheless no farther 2, 4/ 13
 
 HARLOT.................1
the third the holiest harlot in his realm -- 2, 56/ 8
 
 HARM...................8
little, and the most harm there like to fall 2, 16/ 25
as sorry of his harm as herself, and yet 2, 29/ 4
a safeguard for the harm they have done, but 2, 31/ 16
the realm to much harm, and you to great 2, 41/ 18
there could be none harm toward him in that 2, 46/ 3
well knew that his harm was ever such since 2, 48/ 18
good, nor ye none harm, thereby." "Thou wouldst say 2, 52/ 4
came for good or harm. Then the Duke, when 2, 77/ 20
 
 HARMED.................1
shame, and so it harmed him the less. Howbeit 2, 59/ 7
 
 HARMS..................2
well foreseeing that many harms might grow by their 2, 10/ 18
hurt. For against unlawful harms, never pope nor king 2, 31/ 30