HORSE-KEEPER...........1
John Dighton, his own horse-keeper; a big, broad, square 2, 85/ 15
 
 HORSEBACK..............3
done, forthwith went to horseback and took the way 2, 18/ 26
ready to leap on horseback and depart forward, to 2, 18/ 28
enemies' hands, harried on horseback dead, his hair in 2, 87/ 6
 
 HORSEBACK-WARD.........1
their lords were to horseback-ward. Upon which messages, many 2, 17/ 26
 
 HORSES.................2
number of six hundred horses), was come on his 2, 88/ 18
the Protector himself, with horses, and from thence still 2, 89/ 2
 
 HOSPITAL...............1
but at St. Mary's Hospital at the Easter after 2, 59/ 10
 
 HOUR...................3
suddenly contracted in one hour, continued yet scant a 2, 15/ 23
And soon after one hour, between ten and eleven 2, 47/ 14
and about the selfsame hour, was there (not without 2, 57/ 17
 
 HOURS..................3
cheer, in so few hours so great a change 2, 18/ 13
and that within two hours after. Thus ended this 2, 52/ 16
proclamation made within two hours after that he was 2, 54/ 4
 
 HOUSE..................7
life in Dartford, an house of close nuns; Anne 2, 3/ 11
great haste to the house of one Pottier, dwelling 2, 9/ 9
Protector sent into the house of Shore's wife (for 2, 54/ 14
out of the charnel house. For now is she 2, 55/ 30
the cleanness of their house, the chastity of their 2, 72/ 14
minds borne to the house of York -- since 2, 72/ 29
there is of that house that now, by God's 2, 72/ 30
 
 HOUSEHOLD..............7
his decease kept his household at Ludlow, in Wales 2, 14/ 2
so, with his own household about him, and every 2, 21/ 17
breaking up of that household must needs either be 2, 24/ 6
of the country, keep household in Wales, far out 2, 35/ 30
treasure and of his household stuff. And when they 2, 44/ 7
the Protector kept his household. The Protector had the 2, 44/ 33
were secret in the household were reckoned very surely 2, 67/ 24
 
 HOVERLY................1
to think that an hoverly kindness, suddenly contracted in 2, 15/ 22
 
 HOW....................11
Then look me now how few sanctuary men there 2, 30/ 24
that either knoweth better how to order him than 2, 35/ 15
to the King? And how far be they off 2, 37/ 6
met here. And lo how the world is turned 2, 52/ 11
and devise which parts how filled would make it 2, 55/ 32
to be remembered in how much she is now 2, 56/ 30
the better appear upon how slippery a ground the 2, 66/ 10
more tender favor, in how much he shall perceive 2, 74/ 32
they might thereby see how little the Protector looked 2, 77/ 21
were they not sure how His Grace would take 2, 78/ 4
the King and show how much profit the realm 2, 92/ 3
 
 HOWARD.................1
unto Thomas, then Lord Howard, and after Earl of 2, 3/ 13
 
 HOWBEIT................20
mighty, strong, and clean-made; howbeit, in his latter days 2, 4/ 18
which he resisted openly, howbeit somewhat (as men deemed 2, 8/ 24
far as too short. Howbeit, this have I by 2, 9/ 7
that peril is past. Howbeit, as great is growing 2, 15/ 15
a change marvelously misliked. Howbeit, since he could not 2, 18/ 13
do his uttermost devoir. Howbeit, if she could be 2, 27/ 25
be soon in rest! Howbeit, there is none of 2, 28/ 25
also to do more. Howbeit, much of this mischief 2, 31/ 17
he should be fetched. Howbeit, they thought it all 2, 33/ 23
it, and he will. Howbeit, this is a gay 2, 38/ 22
men what he knew. Howbeit, somewhat the dealing itself 2, 44/ 29
when he required her. Howbeit, the respect of his 2, 55/ 13
harmed him the less. Howbeit, some doubt, and many 2, 59/ 7
Lord Woodville, her father. Howbeit, this Dame Elizabeth, herself 2, 60/ 17
it well or otherwise. Howbeit, somewhat to satisfy her 2, 63/ 5
they were never ensured. Howbeit, she said His Grace 2, 65/ 3
spare to speak of. Howbeit, this wot you well 2, 71/ 30
was made between them. Howbeit, some excused that again 2, 80/ 24
make the true mistrusted. Howbeit, concerning that opinion, with 2, 82/ 30
child had succeeded him. Howbeit, if the secret judgment 2, 92/ 12
 
 HUMBLE.................7
their knees, in very humble wise, saluted His Grace 2, 19/ 4
with much honor and humble reverence he conveyed upward 2, 20/ 16
this poor lady made humble suit unto the King 2, 60/ 28
fully determined to make humble petition unto the most 2, 74/ 9
His Grace, at our humble request, to take upon 2, 74/ 10
Grace, to make our humble request unto him in 2, 76/ 33
of Buckingham first made humble petition unto him, on 2, 77/ 30
 
 HUMBLY.................3
again, and therewith so humbly besought him to vouchsafe 2, 77/ 23
upon him, they would humbly beseech him thereunto. If 2, 79/ 21
favor. The Bishop right humbly thanked him, and said 2, 92/ 26
 
 HUMILITY...............1
and nevertheless of their humility content to be nameless 2, 56/ 11
 
 HUNDRED................4
redemption a thousand four hundred fourscore and three, leaving 2, 3/ 5
in scarlet, with five hundred horse of the citizens 2, 24/ 18
was more than five hundred years ago -- by 2, 28/ 2
the number of six hundred horses), was come on 2, 88/ 18
 
 HUNG...................1
aware that the axe hung over his own head 2, 52/ 8
 
 HUNT...................1
but to have them hunt and be merry with 2, 5/ 16
 
 HUNTING................1
being at Windsor in hunting, sent for the mayor 2, 5/ 14
 
 HURT...................14
have taken so great hurt before, that we eftsoons 2, 13/ 8
And of all the hurt that thereof should ensue 2, 16/ 24
grudges into the common hurt, irritating and provoking men 2, 23/ 17
that she fear his hurt -- then will she 2, 29/ 15
they do with the hurt that cometh of them 2, 30/ 31
abroad, not of great hurt only, but also of 2, 31/ 29
but also of lawful hurt. For against unlawful harms 2, 31/ 30
no man unlawfully take hurt, that liberty the king 2, 32/ 4
spiritual also, thinking none hurt earthly meant toward the 2, 33/ 21
God send grace it hurt not. And therefore, as 2, 37/ 7
and to the universal hurt of his realm, by 2, 53/ 23
abused to any man's hurt, but to many a 2, 56/ 15
done him so much hurt. For upon this page's 2, 84/ 13
there should never come hurt, and peradventure more good 2, 92/ 21
 
 HURTS..................1
now going, and the hurts avoided that thereof might 2, 27/ 5
 
 HUSBAND................15
son by her first husband, and Richard the Lord 2, 10/ 28
that the king her husband so prudently made between 2, 16/ 28
that noble prince your husband delivered it unto me 2, 22/ 10
to run from her husband? I would ween if 2, 32/ 34
when my lord my husband was banished and thrust 2, 39/ 16
when my lord my husband returned safe again and 2, 39/ 18
whom the King, her husband, had most loved. And 2, 48/ 17
Shore's wife (for her husband dwelled not with her 2, 54/ 15
somewhat too soon; her husband an honest citizen, young 2, 55/ 9
abused her, anon her husband (as he was an 2, 55/ 17
lands as her late husband had given her in 2, 60/ 31
Elizabeth Lucy, and her husband before God. By reason 2, 64/ 29
but was before God husband unto Dame Elizabeth Lucy 2, 67/ 14
bereft her from her husband, a right honest, substantial 2, 72/ 2
great dolor to their husband and their other friends 2, 72/ 12