HARNESS................3
and went, flockmeal, in harness; and many also for 2, 22/ 21
there rushing men in harness, as many as the 2, 48/ 29
for their defense such harness as came next to 2, 53/ 5
 
 HARNESSED..............1
Duke of Buckingham, stood harnessed in old, ill-faring brigandines 2, 52/ 28
 
 HARNESSES..............3
marvel though some were harnesses, which at the breaking 2, 24/ 6
be the barrels of harnesses that these traitors had 2, 24/ 9
rather have had their harnesses on their backs than 2, 24/ 13
 
 HARP...................1
lord that he should harp no more upon that 2, 36/ 33
 
 HARRIED................1
of his enemies' hands, harried on horseback dead, his 2, 87/ 5
 
 HARRY'S................1
the rule in King Harry's life, was with many 2, 6/ 24
 
 HASTE..................16
morning, came in great haste to the house of 2, 9/ 9
King up in great haste, not in good speed 2, 17/ 6
herself in all the haste possible, with her younger 2, 20/ 29
caused in all the haste all his servants to 2, 21/ 16
found much heaviness, rumble, haste, and busyness; carriage and 2, 21/ 20
therewith, in all the haste, he sent his servant 2, 47/ 9
Protector made so much haste to dinner -- which 2, 49/ 15
midnight in all the haste, requiring him to rise 2, 49/ 31
sent in all the haste for many substantial men 2, 52/ 26
dinner, in all the haste, one herald of arms 2, 53/ 11
and scribbled forth in haste, at adventure. So that 2, 54/ 9
foul cast away for haste." And a merchant answered 2, 54/ 12
determined in all possible haste to marry her. And 2, 61/ 29
a word spoken in haste cruelly beheaded, by the 2, 70/ 14
Sir James in great haste to King Richard, and 2, 86/ 1
he made all that haste; and he answered, ' 2, 93/ 5
 
 HASTEN.................1
by the Protector to hasten him thitherward, with whom 2, 51/ 3
 
 HASTENED...............1
come to those words, hastened his matter thereto -- 2, 68/ 10
 
 HASTILY................5
the death, and thereupon hastily drowned in a butt 2, 7/ 13
of this matter came hastily to the Queen, a 2, 20/ 18
leaned, procured the Protector hastily to rid him. And 2, 46/ 21
party) -- caused them hastily, without judgment, process, or 2, 57/ 30
-- it were best hastily to pursue his purpose 2, 58/ 8
 
 HASTINGS...............19
and Richard the Lord Hastings, a noble man then 2, 10/ 28
Buckingham, and Richard, Lord Hastings and Chamberlain; both men 2, 15/ 29
this meeting the Lord Hastings, whose troth toward the 2, 23/ 3
persuasions of the Lord Hastings (whereof part himself believed 2, 23/ 25
Stanley, and the Lord Hastings (then Lord Chamberlain), with 2, 44/ 18
said unto the Lord Hastings that he much misliked 2, 45/ 11
lord," quoth the Lord Hastings, "on my life, never 2, 45/ 15
whom if the Lord Hastings had not put so 2, 45/ 31
semblance unto the Lord Hastings, and kept him much 2, 46/ 9
to win the Lord Hastings into their part. But 2, 46/ 14
might with the Lord Hastings diminish his credence, whereunto 2, 46/ 19
rule that the Lord Hastings bore in his country 2, 46/ 24
her. But the Lord Hastings was in his mind 2, 47/ 32
said to the Lord Hastings, "I arrest thee, traitor 2, 48/ 31
ready, if the Lord Hastings would go with him 2, 50/ 8
lord," quoth the Lord Hastings to this messenger, "leaneth 2, 50/ 10
met he with one Hastings, a pursuivant of his 2, 51/ 15
therefore he said, "Ah, Hastings, art you remembered when 2, 52/ 2
containing that the Lord Hastings with divers others of 2, 53/ 15
 
 HASTY..................1
when he was with hasty rapping quickly let in 2, 9/ 11
 
 HATE...................6
malice but of nature, hate them whom their husbands 2, 7/ 7
if each of you hate other. If they were 2, 11/ 20
think that we should hate the King's noble brother 2, 28/ 28
they? -- when they hate them for my sake 2, 37/ 5
pity them and to hate the Protector and his 2, 57/ 30
that no man should hate him for fear, and 2, 81/ 26
 
 HATED..................4
companionable where he inwardly hated, not letting to kiss 2, 8/ 9
all women she most hated, as that concubine whom 2, 48/ 16
good folk, also, that hated her living and glad 2, 55/ 3
he had long deadly hated, should be brought then 2, 81/ 33
 
 HATH...................41
ways prosper. Great variance hath there long been between 2, 12/ 4
what sorrow, what trouble hath within these few years 2, 13/ 1
we? But our Lord hath wrought his will, and 2, 15/ 14
provision none of us hath anything the less need 2, 15/ 19
What my brother Marquis hath done, I cannot say 2, 19/ 19
that sacred sanctuary, that hath been the safeguard of 2, 28/ 12
good will as she hath shrewd wit), she reckoneth 2, 29/ 1
crown happen (as it hath done) to come in 2, 30/ 11
them whom willful unthriftiness hath brought to naught. "What 2, 30/ 27
more piteous than politic hath granted it, and other 2, 31/ 21
place. For that privilege hath every place. Knoweth any 2, 32/ 2
reason, since no man hath cause to have it 2, 32/ 14
it. What will, then, hath yonder babe? Which, and 2, 32/ 16
sanctuary man that neither hath wisdom to desire it 2, 33/ 12
needeth good looking to, hath a while been so 2, 35/ 6
will, so much dread hath my lord his uncle 2, 37/ 19
sir," quoth the Queen, "hath the Protector so tender 2, 37/ 21
have it? Forsooth, he hath found a goodly gloss 2, 38/ 3
in no jeopardy," "nor hath no need thereof." Would 2, 38/ 5
his brother -- that hath no lust to play 2, 38/ 16
showeth me, since he hath nothing by descent held 2, 38/ 29
the Protector's hands, that hath his brother already, and 2, 39/ 28
cause of my fear hath no man to do 2, 39/ 30
no kindred. The brother hath been the brother's bane 2, 41/ 25
to such trifles, and hath such faith in dreams 2, 50/ 11
mischance is toward, yet hath it been of an 2, 50/ 30
all that ever he hath besides, if he be 2, 63/ 20
is a widow and hath already children -- by 2, 64/ 10
so each of us hath a proof that neither 2, 64/ 11
and winning again, it hath cost more English blood 2, 71/ 17
more English blood than hath twice the winning of 2, 71/ 18
inward war among ourselves hath been so great effusion 2, 71/ 19
York -- since he hath nothing worthily acquitted, there 2, 72/ 29
Protector of this realm, hath unto the crown and 2, 73/ 11
of whose bloods together hath been the effusion of 2, 73/ 20
is that realm that hath a child to their 2, 74/ 18
season what acquaintance he hath with him, and call 2, 81/ 3
death and final infortune hath nevertheless so far come 2, 82/ 19
realm whereof His Grace hath now the governance, and 2, 93/ 20
good abilities whereof he hath already right many (little 2, 93/ 21
realm, as our Lord hath planted in the person 2, 93/ 24