HELP...................5
-- if that would help, as God send grace 2, 37/ 6
yourselves nor can lack help in this cause. And 2, 42/ 3
marriage, and rather to help that he should marry 2, 64/ 23
he, "if that will help." And by and by 2, 75/ 9
grace and your good help, to get again and 2, 80/ 11
 
 HELPED.................3
he well wist, and helped to maintain, a long-continued 2, 9/ 27
drew to them that helped to carry a wrong 2, 21/ 25
and so had God helped them that the mischief 2, 53/ 6
 
 HELPING................1
conveyed, lacked not in helping forth his brother of 2, 8/ 23
 
 HENCE..................6
as yet to depart hence. And as for this 2, 37/ 8
I would send him hence which neither is in 2, 37/ 23
too? Ye may not hence take my horse from 2, 38/ 27
victory, then went I hence to welcome him home 2, 39/ 19
him home, and from hence I brought my babe 2, 39/ 20
so I were once hence, because of this proclamation 2, 93/ 6
 
 HENRY..................16
queen, wife unto King Henry the Seventh and mother 2, 3/ 8
of her nephew King Henry the Eighth in very 2, 3/ 16
the death of King Henry. But the Duke, not 2, 6/ 21
father's death, deprived King Henry and attained the crown 2, 6/ 29
his own hands King Henry the Sixth, being prisoner 2, 8/ 14
IV had deposed King Henry VI and was in 2, 60/ 3
Margaret, wife unto King Henry VI, was married unto 2, 60/ 18
a squire whom King Henry made knight upon the 2, 60/ 21
set up again King Henry VI, which was before 2, 65/ 28
the death of King Henry VI, entailed by authority 2, 67/ 10
of famous memory King Henry the Seventh, or percase 2, 83/ 2
most famous prince King Henry VII, both Dighton and 2, 86/ 11
the line of King Henry before deprived, the Protector 2, 89/ 12
the part of King Henry while that part was 2, 90/ 24
in aid of King Henry, devising first the marriage 2, 91/ 7
the noble prince King Henry VII got him home 2, 91/ 13
 
 HENRY'S................3
him grudge for King Henry's sake the Sixth, whom 2, 4/ 4
forth advanced that, King Henry's blood (albeit he had 2, 6/ 17
would have wished, King Henry's son had had the 2, 92/ 7
 
 HER....................167
representing the virtue of her whose name she bore 2, 3/ 10
by the benignity of her nephew King Henry the 2, 3/ 16
prosperous estate, and worthy her birth and virtue. This 2, 3/ 17
and the lords of her blood, which highly maligned 2, 7/ 5
so much ado in her travail that she could 2, 7/ 24
else that nature changed her course in his beginning 2, 7/ 28
the Queen's son by her first husband, and Richard 2, 10/ 27
King in wanton company. Her kindred also bore him 2, 11/ 4
not unwisely devised, whereby her blood might of youth 2, 14/ 16
if the lords of her kindred should assemble in 2, 16/ 16
the world would put her and her kindred in 2, 16/ 26
would put her and her kindred in the wite 2, 16/ 26
peace that the king her husband so prudently made 2, 16/ 28
such word sent unto her son and unto her 2, 17/ 2
her son and unto her brother being about the 2, 17/ 2
wise: that the King her son was taken; her 2, 20/ 19
her son was taken; her brother, her son, and 2, 20/ 20
was taken; her brother, her son, and her other 2, 20/ 20
brother, her son, and her other friends arrested and 2, 20/ 20
flight and heaviness, bewailing her child's ruin, her friends' 2, 20/ 26
bewailing her child's ruin, her friends' mischance, and her 2, 20/ 27
her friends' mischance, and her own infortune, damning the 2, 20/ 27
the haste possible, with her younger son and her 2, 20/ 29
her younger son and her daughters, out of the 2, 20/ 29
sanctuary, lodging herself and her company there in the 2, 21/ 2
carriage and conveyance of her stuff into sanctuary; chests 2, 21/ 21
manner he could, showing her that he trusted the 2, 21/ 30
And therewith he betook her the Great Seal, and 2, 22/ 11
him; and that by her done to none other 2, 25/ 28
favor and credence with her. For all which considerations 2, 26/ 28
so precisely set upon her own will, that neither 2, 27/ 7
faithful advertisement can move her nor any man's reason 2, 27/ 8
any man's reason content her, then shall we, by 2, 27/ 9
to our honor and her reproach, perceive that it 2, 27/ 13
or folly that caused her to keep him there 2, 27/ 14
upon him to move her, and therein to do 2, 27/ 25
no wise entreated with her good will to deliver 2, 27/ 26
take him out against her will. For it would 2, 27/ 29
to fear, either for her son or for herself 2, 28/ 22
herself. For as for her, here is no man 2, 28/ 22
of the men of her kin were women too 2, 28/ 24
there is none of her kin the less loved 2, 28/ 25
for that they be her kin, but for their 2, 28/ 26
if we loved neither her nor her kin, yet 2, 28/ 27
loved neither her nor her kin, yet were there 2, 28/ 27
his wealth as to her own will, she would 2, 28/ 31
would have him from her if she bide there 2, 29/ 5
that both be with her, if she come thence 2, 29/ 6
perceive that frowardness letteth her, and not fear. But 2, 29/ 11
as who may let her to fear her own 2, 29/ 12
let her to fear her own shadow? The more 2, 29/ 13
to leave him in her hands. For if she 2, 29/ 14
might be fetched from her, is it not likely 2, 29/ 25
great mastery, we letting her alone), all the world 2, 29/ 30
I will rather maugre her mind fetch him away 2, 29/ 33
leave him there till her frowardness or fond fear 2, 30/ 1
list to run from her husband? I would ween 2, 32/ 34
to Saint Peter, take her out of Saint Peter's 2, 33/ 2
to get him with her good will. And thereupon 2, 33/ 25
secret instruction incontinent, maugre her mind, to take him 2, 34/ 2
him, and to leave her no respite to convey 2, 34/ 3
this matter broken to her, if her time would 2, 34/ 4
broken to her, if her time would in any 2, 34/ 4
in any wise serve her. When the Queen and 2, 34/ 5
Lord Cardinal showed unto her that it was thought 2, 34/ 7
the whole Council that her keeping of the King's 2, 34/ 8
other! And he showed her that the Council therefore 2, 34/ 16
had sent him unto her to require her the 2, 34/ 16
unto her to require her the delivery of him 2, 34/ 17
to herself, succor to her friends that were in 2, 34/ 22
that those lords of her honorable kin which as 2, 36/ 34
enough. And as toward her noble person, neither was 2, 37/ 1
will the mother keep her child, God's law privilegeth 2, 39/ 27
hear, he said unto her, for a final conclusion 2, 40/ 11
intended more to move her in that matter, in 2, 40/ 18
if they should procure her son to be delivered 2, 40/ 21
great study. And forasmuch her seemed the Cardinal more 2, 40/ 25
she time to serve her nor place determined, nor 2, 40/ 29
this message came on her so suddenly, nothing less 2, 40/ 30
thought it might fortune her fear to be false 2, 41/ 5
surety, if she with her own hands betook him 2, 41/ 12
and blessed him, turned her back and wept, and 2, 42/ 11
and wept, and went her way, leaving the child 2, 42/ 12
kinsfolk, and gotten both her sons into his own 2, 43/ 5
-- and others with her," meaning the Queen. At 2, 47/ 30
greatly abashed, that favored her. But the Lord Hastings 2, 47/ 31
it was moved by her than by any other 2, 47/ 32
of the taking of her kindred and of their 2, 48/ 3
that other witch of her counsel, Shore's wife, with 2, 48/ 8
concubine whom the King, her husband, had most loved 2, 48/ 17
he that while forbore her of reverence toward his 2, 48/ 21
of Shore's wife (for her husband dwelled not with 2, 54/ 15
husband dwelled not with her), and spoiled her of 2, 54/ 16
with her), and spoiled her of all that ever 2, 54/ 16
marks -- and sent her body to prison. And 2, 54/ 17
a while laid unto her, for the manner sake 2, 54/ 18
he laid heinously to her charge the thing that 2, 54/ 21
she was naught of her body. And for this 2, 54/ 24
of London to put her to open penance: going 2, 54/ 27
with a taper in her hand. In which she 2, 54/ 28
of all array save her kirtle only, yet went 2, 54/ 31
a comely rud in her cheeks (of which she 2, 54/ 32
had most miss), that her great shame won her 2, 55/ 1
her great shame won her much praise among those 2, 55/ 1
were more amorous of her body than curious of 2, 55/ 2
body than curious of her soul. And many good 2, 55/ 3
folk, also, that hated her living and glad were 2, 55/ 3
yet pitied they more her penance than rejoiced therein 2, 55/ 4
saving somewhat too soon; her husband an honest citizen 2, 55/ 9
the more easily made her incline unto the King's 2, 55/ 13
appetite when he required her. Howbeit, the respect of 2, 55/ 13
the King had abused her, anon her husband (as 2, 55/ 17
had abused her, anon her husband (as he was 2, 55/ 17
a King's concubine), left her up to him altogether 2, 55/ 19
the Lord Chamberlain took her; which in the King's 2, 55/ 21
was sore enamored upon her, yet he forbore her 2, 55/ 22
her, yet he forbore her, either for reverence or 2, 55/ 22
fair -- nothing in her body that you would 2, 55/ 24
you would have wished her somewhat higher. Thus say 2, 55/ 25
say they that knew her in her youth, albeit 2, 55/ 26
that knew her in her youth, albeit some that 2, 55/ 26
some that now see her (for yet she liveth 2, 55/ 27
yet she liveth) deem her never to have been 2, 55/ 27
long before departed, by her scalp taken out of 2, 55/ 29
such, whoso well advise her visage might guess and 2, 55/ 32
men so much in her beauty as in her 2, 56/ 1
her beauty as in her pleasant behavior. For a 2, 56/ 2
many he had, but her he loved; whose favor 2, 56/ 13
that haply shall esteem her only by that they 2, 56/ 29
that they now see her. But meseemeth the chance 2, 56/ 29
of their ill deeds. Her doings were not much 2, 57/ 3
not worst proved by her, for at this day 2, 57/ 7
noble blood, especially by her mother, which was Duchess 2, 60/ 15
married the Lord Woodville, her father. Howbeit, this Dame 2, 60/ 16
such small lands as her late husband had given 2, 60/ 30
late husband had given her in jointure. Whom when 2, 60/ 31
King beheld and heard her speak -- as she 2, 61/ 6
he not only pitied her but also waxed enamored 2, 61/ 7
also waxed enamored on her. And taking her afterward 2, 61/ 8
on her. And taking her afterward secretly aside, began 2, 61/ 8
the King's affection toward her so greatly increased that 2, 61/ 19
the more boldly say her mind, as to him 2, 61/ 21
King, much marveling of her constancy, as he that 2, 61/ 25
nay, so much esteemed her continence and chastity that 2, 61/ 27
chastity that he set her virtue in the stead 2, 61/ 27
possible haste to marry her. And after he was 2, 61/ 29
between them twain ensured her, then asked he counsel 2, 61/ 30
little wanton dotage upon her person. In which marriage 2, 62/ 12
to refrain you from her marriage, since it is 2, 62/ 26
mother had said, made her answer, part in earnest 2, 63/ 2
wist himself out of her rule. And albeit he 2, 63/ 3
Howbeit, somewhat to satisfy her, he said that albeit 2, 63/ 5
every point comparable with her. And therefore I let 2, 63/ 26
that, under pretext of her duty to Godward, she 2, 64/ 22
were in discharge of her conscience, that the King 2, 64/ 28
Dame Elizabeth Lucy, and her husband before God. By 2, 64/ 29
so loving words unto her that she verily hoped 2, 65/ 4
he would have married her. And that if it 2, 65/ 4
him so kindly get her with child. This examination 2, 65/ 6
Dame Elizabeth Grey, and her crowned queen that was 2, 65/ 9
In which God loved her better than to grant 2, 65/ 12
better than to grant her her boon. But when 2, 65/ 12
than to grant her her boon. But when the 2, 65/ 12
unto those that made her their proctor -- which 2, 71/ 33
and sinful affection bereft her from her husband, a 2, 72/ 2
affection bereft her from her husband, a right honest 2, 72/ 2
his appetite and have her; to the great destruction 2, 72/ 11