HEAD...................10
table, or else his head had been cleft to 2, 49/ 3
till I see thy head off." It booted him 2, 49/ 13
the Tower, and his head laid down upon a 2, 49/ 22
his body, with the head, interred at Windsor, beside 2, 49/ 23
the place where his head was off so soon 2, 51/ 15
hung over his own head. "In faith, man," quoth 2, 52/ 9
hap to break his head -- and worthy, for 2, 81/ 5
set upon the Protector's head, his eye could not 2, 90/ 12
thereof, but wried his head another way. But men 2, 90/ 13
that is in thine head." "No, marry," quoth he 2, 93/ 9
 
 HEADS..................3
loss of so many heads. But since things past 2, 13/ 6
them both by the heads that the blood ran 2, 50/ 4
before cast back their heads, marveling thereof; but nothing 2, 76/ 21
 
 HEALTH.................3
wantonness -- from which health of body in great 2, 4/ 20
yet in his good health he somewhat the less 2, 10/ 11
one was then in health, and the other is 2, 35/ 33
 
 HEAP...................1
ground, under a great heap of stones. Then rode 2, 85/ 29
 
 HEAR...................9
him so? He shall hear him ask it, and 2, 38/ 22
was also loath to hear, he said unto her 2, 40/ 11
case is it to hear, either the warnings of 2, 49/ 25
thou mayest hap to hear more hereafter), and I 2, 52/ 12
man laughed at to hear it then so suddenly 2, 54/ 23
and a joyful to hear, every man with one 2, 76/ 27
would be loath to hear, then must they needs 2, 79/ 23
as ye shall hereafter hear, slain in the field 2, 87/ 4
the Duke sore to hear what he would have 2, 92/ 17
 
 HEARD..................19
bedside. Of whom he heard that these dukes were 2, 21/ 10
verily I have often heard of sanctuary men, but 2, 33/ 8
men, but I never heard erst of sanctuary children 2, 33/ 9
him so fast, and heard him speak so terrible 2, 46/ 16
the King beheld and heard her speak -- as 2, 61/ 5
that ye have already heard of him that can 2, 73/ 1
man much marveled that heard him, and thought that 2, 75/ 13
had in their lives heard so evil a tale 2, 75/ 13
as ye before have heard, and finally to beseech 2, 78/ 11
When the Protector had heard the proposition, he looked 2, 78/ 24
man so dull that heard them but he perceived 2, 80/ 23
way that I have heard, but after that way 2, 83/ 5
that I have so heard by such men and 2, 83/ 6
not, as I have heard, that burying in so 2, 86/ 3
within. For I have heard by credible report, of 2, 87/ 10
reported. Some have I heard say that the Duke 2, 89/ 8
so that I have heard, of some that said 2, 90/ 11
who, as ye before heard, was taken in the 2, 90/ 19
being, as ye have heard, after King Edward's death 2, 91/ 5
 
 HEARERS................1
been taken among the hearers as though the Holy 2, 68/ 3
 
 HEARKEN................1
where he stood to hearken the sermon. But the 2, 68/ 24
 
 HEART..................19
princely to behold, of heart courageous, politic in counsel 2, 4/ 10
could find in his heart so much mischief to 2, 6/ 12
of countenance, arrogant of heart, outwardly companionable where he 2, 8/ 8
with all my very heart." And he said, in 2, 42/ 17
better -- albeit his heart somewhat grudged that he 2, 47/ 33
an impression in his heart that he was thoroughly 2, 50/ 7
own fault or faint heart. And therefore go to 2, 50/ 22
once with an heavy heart?" "Yea, my lord," quoth 2, 52/ 3
he that of good heart and courage fore-studied no 2, 52/ 21
pierce a soft, tender heart. But when the King 2, 55/ 16
was, of a proud heart, highly desirous) should frame 2, 58/ 18
as to him whose heart she perceived more firmly 2, 61/ 22
struck him to the heart that, within few days 2, 68/ 33
the dolor of their heart burst out at their 2, 77/ 6
not find in his heart in this point to 2, 78/ 30
man had an high heart and sore longed upward 2, 84/ 3
enterprise of an high heart, or, finally, what wretched 2, 86/ 23
so was his restless heart continually tossed and tumbled 2, 87/ 19
which so wounded his heart with hatred and mistrust 2, 89/ 14
 
 HEART-BURNING..........1
a long-continued grudge and heart-burning between the Queen's kindred 2, 9/ 28
 
 HEARTILY...............4
crown by battle, so heartily beloved with the substance 2, 3/ 24
than he that were heartily minded to his wealth 2, 8/ 25
times had prayed full heartily for his loss. In 2, 65/ 11
will; and nevertheless I heartily pray you so to 2, 74/ 26
 
 HEARTS.................5
thing that withdraweth the hearts of Englishmen from the 2, 5/ 2
got him either more hearts or more hearty favor 2, 5/ 19
by their deeds) their hearts were far asunder. As 2, 13/ 31
once fastened in men's hearts, hard it is to 2, 26/ 22
such great things, men's hearts of a secret instinct 2, 44/ 25
 
 HEARTY.................4
more hearts or more hearty favor among the common 2, 5/ 19
so much the more hearty favor in that he 2, 63/ 12
for the zeal and hearty favor that we bear 2, 69/ 11
for the love and hearty favor they bore him 2, 79/ 3
 
 HEAVEN.................2
himself, sent out of heaven into this vicious world 2, 54/ 25
into the joys of heaven, leaving to the tormentors 2, 85/ 22
 
 HEAVILY................1
to ask why, but heavily he took a priest 2, 49/ 14
 
 HEAVINESS..............4
great funeral honor and heaviness of his people from 2, 3/ 19
in great flight and heaviness, bewailing her child's ruin 2, 20/ 26
whom he found much heaviness, rumble, haste, and busyness 2, 21/ 20
lingered in thought and heaviness till this traitorous death 2, 85/ 9
 
 HEAVY..................1
here once with an heavy heart?" "Yea, my lord 2, 52/ 2
 
 HEINOUS................8
-- at the leastwise, heinous treason was there laid 2, 7/ 9
that it was an heinous deed of the Queen 2, 25/ 20
thieves, murderers, and malicious heinous traitors! And that in 2, 30/ 28
to be punished as heinous traitors, whatsoever they were 2, 47/ 28
done, they be worthy heinous punishment. "What?" quoth the 2, 48/ 24
secret counsel of this heinous treason, with whom he 2, 53/ 27
being of itself so heinous, might be first broken 2, 58/ 11
small matters aggrieved with heinous names. And also there 2, 71/ 1
 
 HEINOUSLY..............2
if they have so heinously done, they be worthy 2, 48/ 23
matters, then he laid heinously to her charge the 2, 54/ 21
 
 HEIR...................2
that his very right heir, of his body lawfully 2, 67/ 12
ourself, as very right heir, lawfully begotten of the 2, 80/ 1
 
 HEIRS..................2
the title of his heirs unto the crown, to 2, 67/ 9
by us and our heirs to rule, govern, and 2, 80/ 10
 
 HELD...................3
kind or kindness had held place, must needs have 2, 6/ 1
folks' friendship had not held better place with the 2, 15/ 10
hath nothing by descent held by knight's service, the 2, 38/ 30