HISTORIES..............1
Testament and other ancient histories, then began he to 2, 67/ 7
 
 HISTORY................2
the course of this history. Were it that the 2, 9/ 20
Seventh, or percase that history of Perkin in any 2, 83/ 2
 
 HITHER.................2
his kingdom, I fled hither, being great with child 2, 39/ 17
thing we be come hither to bring you, without 2, 69/ 19
 
 HITHERWARD.............1
that from that time hitherward was there never so 2, 28/ 6
 
 HOLBORN................1
at your garden in Holborn; I require you, let 2, 47/ 7
 
 HOLD...................1
as the chamber might hold. And anon the Protector 2, 48/ 30
 
 HOLIEST................1
wiliest, the third the holiest harlot in his realm 2, 56/ 8
 
 HOLLAND................1
realm and flee into Holland for succor. Where he 2, 65/ 18
 
 HOLY...................5
the privilege of that holy place should now be 2, 27/ 31
had confirmed, and which holy ground was more than 2, 28/ 2
place violate, or so holy a bishop that durst 2, 28/ 8
be that breaketh this holy sanctuary, I pray God 2, 40/ 3
hearers as though the Holy Ghost had put them 2, 68/ 3
 
 HOME...................8
Great Seal, and departed home again, yet in the 2, 22/ 12
hence to welcome him home, and from hence I 2, 39/ 20
the preacher got him home and never after durst 2, 68/ 27
as the Duke came home, he so lightly turned 2, 89/ 4
soon after his coming home to Brecknock, having there 2, 90/ 17
prison -- never came home but to the field 2, 91/ 1
Henry VII got him home again, made him Archbishop 2, 91/ 13
might reckon himself at home, and else had he 2, 92/ 25
 
 HOMELY.................1
to be somewhat more homely with them that be 2, 32/ 21
 
 HOMEWARD...............1
vanity. In his return homeward, whomsoever he met he 2, 82/ 3
 
 HONEST.................8
soon; her husband an honest citizen, young and goodly 2, 55/ 9
as he was an honest man and one that 2, 55/ 17
from good men and honest, great substance of goods 2, 69/ 29
woman was well-named and honest till the King for 2, 72/ 1
her husband, a right honest, substantial young man among 2, 72/ 3
other friends which, being honest people of themselves, so 2, 72/ 13
namely, into which none honest man cometh to lie 2, 73/ 8
sad man and an honest, which was so newly 2, 75/ 25
 
 HONESTLY...............1
in London, worshipfully friended, honestly brought up, and very 2, 55/ 8
 
 HONESTY................2
his sermon lost his honesty and soon after his 2, 59/ 5
she said, was more honesty, than honor in this 2, 62/ 14
 
 HONOR..................30
and with great funeral honor and heaviness of his 2, 3/ 19
stood either with his honor or our profit, or 2, 15/ 6
Chamberlain; both men of honor and of great power 2, 15/ 29
about the coronation and honor of the King, if 2, 16/ 15
king, whom with much honor and humble reverence he 2, 20/ 16
King's weal and the honor of his Council and 2, 26/ 27
world shall, to our honor and her reproach, perceive 2, 27/ 13
be of kin. Whose honor if she as much 2, 28/ 29
they may with their honor be. "Now, then, if 2, 29/ 7
this nobleman, to his honor and wealth, out of 2, 31/ 26
the respect of his honor, or that she should 2, 33/ 29
only great comfort and honor to the King but 2, 34/ 24
might stand with their honor. But if you appoint 2, 35/ 22
King should, for his honor and good order of 2, 35/ 30
sore against my child's honor, and theirs also, that 2, 36/ 20
the diminishing of his honor and to the universal 2, 53/ 22
that it was his honor, profit, and surety also 2, 62/ 2
was more honesty, than honor in this marriage, forasmuch 2, 62/ 14
pleasure; with no less honor to Markham, then Chief 2, 70/ 16
we shall, for his honor, spare to speak of 2, 71/ 30
or respect of his honor, murmur or grudge of 2, 72/ 10
voluptuous pleasure before his honor, was full unmeet to 2, 73/ 19
is your weal and honor; which, as it seemeth 2, 76/ 7
they meant as much honor to His Grace as 2, 78/ 3
so much the more honor and less pain in 2, 78/ 21
much more regarded his honor in other realms about 2, 78/ 28
would not have his honor stained for any crown 2, 78/ 34
visit in his new honor the town of which 2, 83/ 8
the Pope joined the honor of Cardinal. Thus living 2, 91/ 15
days in as much honor as one man might 2, 91/ 16
 
 HONORABLE..............18
Queen) -- a right honorable man, as valiant of 2, 14/ 12
of them far more honorable part of kin than 2, 14/ 26
is," quoth he, "neither honorable to His Majesty nor 2, 14/ 30
of this matter, some honorable, trusty man, such as 2, 26/ 26
himself, the King's most honorable brother and, after my 2, 27/ 2
the duke his brother honorable, and a thing that 2, 27/ 21
those lords of her honorable kin which as yet 2, 36/ 35
' It is not honorable that the Duke bide 2, 38/ 11
in council devising the honorable solemnity of the King's 2, 46/ 30
after. Thus ended this honorable man -- a good 2, 52/ 16
Highness and of his honorable and faithful Council, both 2, 53/ 31
with great feast and honorable solemnity married Dame Elizabeth 2, 65/ 8
than any necessary or honorable charge. So that there 2, 69/ 28
of his realm) much honorable fame receiveth among all 2, 72/ 26
cometh to lie. Which honorable preacher, ye well remember 2, 73/ 8
of a great and honorable company, to move a 2, 77/ 15
king's sons. (Lo the honorable courage of a king 2, 86/ 5
wit, very well-learned, and honorable in behavior, lacking no 2, 90/ 23
 
 HONORABLY..............4
Anne, that was after honorably married unto Thomas, then 2, 3/ 12
well cherished and so honorably treated that all the 2, 27/ 12
were with the King, honorably, at his liberty, to 2, 35/ 24
thence through the city honorably into the Tower, out 2, 42/ 22
 
 HONORS.................1
it is all their honors there to suffer him 2, 36/ 21
 
 HOPE...................5
moved, and put in hope by the occasion of 2, 9/ 22
was put in good hope and out of fear 2, 22/ 2
so full of good hope in his life -- 2, 51/ 12
for his deliverance; whose hope now being by his 2, 54/ 1
his royalty -- the hope of gay apparel, ease 2, 55/ 15
 
 HOPED..................3
her that she verily hoped he would have married 2, 65/ 4
the people, whom he hoped the Mayor had framed 2, 75/ 1
fast as he had hoped, being hindered and kept 2, 84/ 4
 
 HORN...................2
For it is none horn that is in thine 2, 93/ 8
he call it an horn -- where am I 2, 93/ 10
 
 HORNED.................2
death there should none horned beast abide in that 2, 93/ 3
this proclamation made of horned beasts." "What, fool?" quoth 2, 93/ 7
 
 HORNSEA................1
received him reverently at Hornsea, and riding from thence 2, 24/ 20
 
 HORRIBLE...............1
contriver of all this horrible treason. Whereupon, soon after 2, 46/ 26
 
 HORSE..................5
scarlet, with five hundred horse of the citizens in 2, 24/ 19
not hence take my horse from me -- and 2, 38/ 27
tarry, but had his horse ready, if the Lord 2, 50/ 8
he was beheaded, his horse twice or thrice stumbled 2, 50/ 28
way to stay his horse and common a while 2, 51/ 6