HATRED.................8
-- whether men of hatred report above the truth 2, 7/ 27
and get him steadfast hatred. He was close and 2, 8/ 6
other maketh, and for hatred of each of other's 2, 11/ 25
so great cause of hatred as ye have of 2, 12/ 8
so much love, as hatred both unto the Queen's 2, 15/ 32
wounded his heart with hatred and mistrust that he 2, 89/ 15
it was done in hatred and despite of him 2, 89/ 22
them lived in such hatred and distrust of other 2, 89/ 23
 
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other errand but to have them hunt and be 2, 5/ 15
So deceased (as I have said) this noble king 2, 5/ 22
held place, must needs have been their chief defense 2, 6/ 2
had intended that thing, have appointed that butcherly office 2, 8/ 20
whose life must needs have hindered him so intending 2, 9/ 2
too short. Howbeit, this have I by credible information 2, 9/ 7
perceived, he should soon have made peace between the 2, 10/ 9
which neither they can have but ye give it 2, 11/ 23
be chief, flattery shall have more place than plain 2, 11/ 28
of hatred as ye have of love. That we 2, 12/ 8
I could as well have foreseen as I have 2, 13/ 3
have foreseen as I have with my more pain 2, 13/ 3
-- "I would never have won the courtesy of 2, 13/ 5
by what occasion we have taken so great hurt 2, 13/ 8
the love that you have ever borne to me 2, 13/ 19
the love that I have ever borne to you 2, 13/ 19
Grace no surety to have the mightiest of his 2, 14/ 31
they might peradventure easily have betrapped and brought to 2, 15/ 11
as easily as they have done some others already 2, 15/ 13
side, his part should have the face and name 2, 16/ 10
Duke of Buckingham, "they have kept their dealing in 2, 19/ 22
so well as we have seen it." And thereupon 2, 21/ 15
son whom they now have with them, we shall 2, 22/ 7
his brother whom you have here with you. And 2, 22/ 8
a purpose would rather have had their harnesses on 2, 24/ 12
their backs than to have bound them up in 2, 24/ 13
and comfort were to have his brother with him 2, 25/ 23
about His Grace, to have it run in every 2, 26/ 18
the proof whereof they have yet in the abbey 2, 28/ 5
be. For if she have any wit (as would 2, 28/ 32
herself, and yet would have him from her if 2, 29/ 5
place and others like have been of long continued 2, 30/ 3
or their evil debtors have brought in poverty should 2, 30/ 9
brought in poverty should have some place of liberty 2, 30/ 9
to lack both than have both. And this I 2, 31/ 1
be, and so long have been that I fear 2, 31/ 3
for the harm they have done, but a license 2, 31/ 16
a certain religious fear, have not broken it, let 2, 31/ 22
nor also none can have. Men come not to 2, 32/ 12
it himself that must have it. And reason, since 2, 32/ 14
man hath cause to have it but whose conscience 2, 32/ 15
all. And verily I have often heard of sanctuary 2, 33/ 8
my mind: Whoso may have deserved to need it 2, 33/ 10
as singular comfort to have his natural brother in 2, 34/ 13
I that so long have kept him, or is 2, 35/ 16
so great necessity to have the child be with 2, 35/ 26
is so desirous to have him in his keeping 2, 35/ 35
fear lest those that have not letted to put 2, 36/ 29
any substantial cause to have him, this maketh me 2, 37/ 11
think that he can have no privilege in this 2, 37/ 15
place which neither can have will to ask it 2, 37/ 16
and therefore he cannot have it? Forsooth, he hath 2, 38/ 3
first time that I have taken sanctuary; for when 2, 39/ 15
looking for than to have him fetched out of 2, 41/ 1
let it out. We have also had experience that 2, 41/ 23
that the Protector should have the Duke's aid to 2, 44/ 1
-- as they would have it seem. And that 2, 44/ 10
and loath was to have lost him, saving for 2, 46/ 10
lest his life should have quailed their purpose. For 2, 46/ 11
that others began to have in the matter. And 2, 46/ 18
Ely, "My lord, you have very good strawberries at 2, 47/ 6
require you, let us have a mess of them 2, 47/ 7
were they worthy to have, that compass and imagine 2, 47/ 22
wife, with their affinity, have by their sorcery and 2, 48/ 8
my lord, if they have so heinously done, they 2, 48/ 23
I tell thee, they have so done; and that 2, 48/ 25
of that he should have avoided, or the tokens 2, 49/ 26
him be merry and have no fear; for I 2, 50/ 23
with that priest? You have no need of a 2, 51/ 8
would say, "Ye shall have soon." But so little 2, 51/ 10
they would vouchsafe to have put upon their backs 2, 52/ 29
conspiracy had contrived to have suddenly destroyed him and 2, 53/ 1
upon them that would have done it. And this 2, 53/ 7
the same day to have slain the Lord Protector 2, 53/ 16
Council, and after to have taken upon them to 2, 53/ 17
of his execution might have encouraged other mischievous persons 2, 53/ 33
the proclaiming could scant have sufficed unto the bare 2, 54/ 8
body that you would have changed, but if you 2, 55/ 25
but if you would have wished her somewhat higher 2, 55/ 25
deem her never to have been well-visaged. Whose judgment 2, 55/ 27
men use, if they have an evil turn, to 2, 57/ 5
lest their words might have inclined men to pity 2, 57/ 29
ere ever they should have space to dispute and 2, 58/ 7
crown, ere men could have time to devise any 2, 58/ 10
than profit. And we have already title by that 2, 64/ 4
am a bachelor and have some too! And so 2, 64/ 11
verily hoped he would have married her. And that 2, 65/ 4
words, she would never have shown such kindness to 2, 65/ 5
of whom we before have spoken. In which meantime 2, 65/ 26
and not impossible to have attained it himself, if 2, 65/ 32
his feigned friends. I have rehearsed this business about 2, 66/ 9
whom it sufficed to have somewhat to say, while 2, 66/ 13
words the Protector should have come in among the 2, 68/ 1
with his presence might have been taken among the 2, 68/ 2
preacher's mouth, and should have moved the people even 2, 68/ 4
-- that it might have been after said that 2, 68/ 5
we wot well ye have long time lacked and 2, 69/ 17
for, that ye would have given great good for 2, 69/ 17
for, that ye would have gone far to fetch 2, 69/ 18
of his good will have given. As though the 2, 70/ 1
or their nigh friends have known as well their 2, 70/ 30
pretext of treason to have been of kindred or 2, 71/ 4
spoiled by them that have been going to the 2, 71/ 23
pursue his appetite and have her; to the great 2, 72/ 11
lose all that they have besides than to have 2, 72/ 15
have besides than to have such a villainy done 2, 72/ 16
you again that ye have already heard of him 2, 73/ 1
any bastard blood to have the rule of the 2, 74/ 7
any longer to continue, have condescended and fully determined 2, 74/ 8
much the more cause have we to thank God 2, 74/ 19
be loath, as I have said, to take it 2, 74/ 22
friends, what mind you have, we require you plainly 2, 74/ 34
after this proposition made have cried "King Richard! King 2, 75/ 2
of other parts might have sufficed, saving that we 2, 76/ 5
realm be -- to have this noble prince, now 2, 76/ 10
your whole minds to have this noble man for 2, 76/ 29
thereunto, as ye before have heard, and finally to 2, 78/ 11
infamy he would not have his honor stained for 2, 78/ 34
were not worthy to have it. Notwithstanding, he not 2, 79/ 2
would never of likelihood have inclined thereunto. But when 2, 79/ 26
either part, we shall have place more at large 2, 82/ 32
every way that I have heard, but after that 2, 83/ 5
that way that I have so heard by such 2, 83/ 5
reckon that he could have right to the realm 2, 83/ 12
trust? Those that I have brought up myself, those 2, 83/ 25
nature's gifts, worthy to have served a much better 2, 84/ 1
the devil could never have done him so much 2, 84/ 13
but his uncle should have the crown. At which 2, 84/ 29
uncle would let me have my life yet, though 2, 85/ 2
allowed not, as I have heard, that burying in 2, 86/ 3
saying that he would have them buried in a 2, 86/ 4
And thus, as I have learned of them that 2, 86/ 14
sorrow within. For I have heard by credible report 2, 87/ 10
duke -- as I have for certain been informed 2, 88/ 1
men diversely reported. Some have I heard say that 2, 89/ 7
Duke verily looked to have been murdered at Gloucester 2, 89/ 24
conceived, he would never have suffered him to escape 2, 90/ 9
another; so that I have heard, of some that 2, 90/ 11
-- being, as ye have heard, after King Edward's 2, 91/ 5
if the world would have gone as I would 2, 92/ 6
gone as I would have wished, King Henry's son 2, 92/ 7
chaplain, and glad would have been that his child 2, 92/ 11
secret judgment of God have otherwise provided, I purpose 2, 92/ 12
hear what he would have said (because he ended 2, 92/ 18
of the King to have him in his custody 2, 92/ 24
whom he should not have found the like favor 2, 92/ 26
praise), it might yet have pleased God, for the 2, 93/ 22
the better store, to have given him some of 2, 93/ 23