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hate them whom their husbands love), or were it 2, 7/ 8
not abide with their husbands for beating. Thieves bring 2, 31/ 12
 
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run thither with their husbands' plate and say they 2, 31/ 11
 
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Richard!" -- all was hushed and mute, and not 2, 75/ 3
 
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the Mayor keepeth the hustings), the Mayor and all 2, 69/ 5
 
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benefit. So deceased (as I have said) this noble 2, 5/ 22
short. Howbeit, this have I by credible information learned 2, 9/ 7
allies, in what plight I lie, you see and 2, 11/ 12
lie, you see and I feel. By which the 2, 11/ 12
which the less while I look to live with 2, 11/ 13
the more deeply am I moved to care in 2, 11/ 14
care in what case I leave you; for such 2, 11/ 14
you; for such as I leave you, such be 2, 11/ 15
their youth, of which I reckon the only surety 2, 11/ 18
aggrieveth. But this wot I well: ye never had 2, 12/ 7
Christian men, this shall I leave for preachers to 2, 12/ 9
you -- and yet I wot ne'er whether any 2, 12/ 10
of. But this shall I desire you to remember 2, 12/ 12
grown in this realm, I pray God as well 2, 13/ 2
remember. Which things if I could as well have 2, 13/ 3
well have foreseen as I have with my more 2, 13/ 3
ever his oath -- "I would never have won 2, 13/ 5
last words that ever I look to speak with 2, 13/ 17
to speak with you, I exhort you and require 2, 13/ 18
for the love that I have ever borne to 2, 13/ 19
you love other. Which I verily trust you will 2, 13/ 21
soon persuaded. Ye remember, I trow, King Edward himself 2, 15/ 4
woe, it were hard, I ween, to guess. And 2, 15/ 9
Nor none of us, I believe, is so unwise 2, 15/ 21
brother Marquis hath done, I cannot say. But in 2, 19/ 19
But in good faith, I dare well answer for 2, 19/ 19
all shall be well." "I assure him," quoth the 2, 21/ 13
of good cheer. For I assure you, if they 2, 22/ 6
unto me, so here I deliver it unto you 2, 22/ 10
this consideration light (which I think no man thinketh 2, 26/ 14
take the pain. Which I doubt not, of his 2, 26/ 32
contrary. For never shall I, by God's grace, so 2, 27/ 16
own will but that I shall be ready to 2, 27/ 17
good man's life. And I trust," quoth he, "with 2, 28/ 12
for any manner need, I would not we should 2, 28/ 14
we should do it. I trust that she shall 2, 28/ 14
if it happen that I bring it not so 2, 28/ 16
to pass, yet shall I toward it so far 2, 28/ 16
Duke of Buckingham. "For I dare take it upon 2, 28/ 20
there. And we all, I think, content that both 2, 29/ 6
of the realm? Verily, I look for none other 2, 29/ 27
for none other. And I doubt not but she 2, 29/ 27
noses! And therefore -- I ensure you faithfully -- 2, 29/ 32
-- for my mind, I will rather maugre her 2, 29/ 33
away. And yet will I break no sanctuary therefor 2, 30/ 2
been of long continued, I am not he that 2, 30/ 4
were now to begin, I would not be he 2, 30/ 5
make them. Yet will I not say nay but 2, 30/ 7
taketh other as traitors, I will well there be 2, 30/ 12
in the very bowels. I dare well avow it 2, 30/ 30
have both. And this I say although they were 2, 31/ 2
long have been that I fear me ever they 2, 31/ 3
since so long ago I wot ne'er what pope 2, 31/ 20
it if need were, I dare say would now 2, 32/ 18
keep him there. And I would think without any 2, 32/ 19
Verily," quoth the Duke, "I think you say very 2, 32/ 32
run from her husband? I would ween if she 2, 32/ 34
at all. And verily I have often heard of 2, 33/ 8
of sanctuary men, but I never heard erst of 2, 33/ 9
to do him good, I say plainly that he 2, 33/ 18
lord," quoth the Queen, "I say not nay but 2, 34/ 31
than well recovered, that I dare put no person 2, 35/ 8
to order him than I that so long have 2, 35/ 16
sick. In which case I marvel greatly that my 2, 35/ 34
that is here, while I am here, which as 2, 36/ 22
surety with me than I were there in jeopardy 2, 36/ 25
be! But it is, I trow, no great marvel 2, 36/ 28
no great marvel though I fear lest those that 2, 36/ 29
manner jeopardy. "Whereby should I trust that?" quoth the 2, 37/ 3
the Queen. "In that I am guiltless? As though 2, 37/ 3
were guilty! In that I am with their enemies 2, 37/ 4
my sake! In that I am so near of 2, 37/ 5
therefore, as for me, I purpose not as yet 2, 37/ 7
this gentleman, my son, I mind that he shall 2, 37/ 8
he shall be where I am till I see 2, 37/ 9
where I am till I see further. For I 2, 37/ 9
I see further. For I assure you, for that 2, 37/ 9
assure you, for that I see some men so 2, 37/ 10
refuse to deliver him, I verily think they will 2, 37/ 18
him? Thinketh he that I would send him hence 2, 37/ 23
in what place could I reckon him sure, if 2, 37/ 30
presume to break? And I trust God as strong 2, 38/ 1
not! Troweth the Protector (I pray God he may 2, 38/ 8
-- troweth he that I perceive not whereunto his 2, 38/ 9
-- be ye sure! I pray God send them 2, 38/ 13
to go out. If I say he shall not 2, 38/ 24
shall not -- if I ask the privilege but 2, 38/ 24
but for myself! -- I say he that against 2, 38/ 25
Then may no man, I suppose, take my ward 2, 38/ 31
the custody of him, I may require it for 2, 39/ 3
privilege for my child, I need not far to 2, 39/ 8
more prosperous fortune, which I pray God long to 2, 39/ 14
the first time that I have taken sanctuary; for 2, 39/ 15
out of his kingdom, I fled hither, being great 2, 39/ 17
with child, and here I bore the Prince. And 2, 39/ 17
the victory, then went I hence to welcome him 2, 39/ 19
home, and from hence I brought my babe the 2, 39/ 20
in his arms. And I pray God that my 2, 39/ 21
enemy. In which place I intend to keep his 2, 39/ 23
etc.." "Wherefore, here intend I to keep him, since 2, 39/ 25
my son -- since I fear to put him 2, 39/ 28
examine. And yet fear I no further than the 2, 39/ 31
land than a kingdom! I can no more, but 2, 40/ 2
breaketh this holy sanctuary, I pray God shortly send 2, 40/ 3
out of sanctuary would I not my mortal enemy 2, 40/ 7
and all my lords, I neither am so unwise 2, 41/ 14
troths. Of which thing I purpose to make you 2, 41/ 16
she, "this gentleman, whom I doubt not but I 2, 41/ 20
I doubt not but I could here keep safe 2, 41/ 20
here keep safe if I would, whatsoever any man 2, 41/ 20
any man say. And I doubt not also but 2, 41/ 21
All this notwithstanding, here I deliver him, and his 2, 41/ 32
your hands, of whom I shall ask them both 2, 41/ 33
be -- that wot I well; and I know 2, 42/ 1
wot I well; and I know well you be 2, 42/ 2
But only one thing I beseech you, for the 2, 42/ 5
for the trust that I put in you now 2, 42/ 6
as ye think that I fear too much, be 2, 42/ 7
of Buckingham -- although I know that many thought 2, 42/ 28
your garden in Holborn; I require you, let us 2, 47/ 7
quoth he. "Would God I had some better thing 2, 47/ 8
Protector. "Thou servest me, I ween, with "if's and 2, 48/ 25
if's and with "and's! I tell thee, they have 2, 48/ 25
so done; and that I will make good on 2, 48/ 26
to the Lord Hastings, "I arrest thee, traitor!" "What 2, 48/ 31
St. Paul," quoth he, "I will not to dinner 2, 49/ 13
not to dinner till I see thy head off 2, 49/ 13
or other, yet had I liefer that men should 2, 50/ 20
have no fear; for I ensure him I am 2, 50/ 23
for I ensure him I am as sure of 2, 50/ 23
he wotteth of as I am of my own 2, 50/ 24
him, "What, my lord! I pray you come on 2, 51/ 7
sign of change. But I shall rather let anything 2, 51/ 13
art you remembered when I met thee here once 2, 52/ 2
quoth he, "that remember I well; and thanked be 2, 52/ 3
knewest as much as I know, which few know 2, 52/ 5
faith, man," quoth he, "I was never so sorry 2, 52/ 9
in my life as I did when thou and 2, 52/ 10
did when thou and I met here. And lo 2, 52/ 10
hear more hereafter), and I never in my life 2, 52/ 12
be not always covetous. I doubt not some shall 2, 56/ 26
against his appetite. "And I doubt not," quoth he 2, 63/ 25
with her. And therefore I let not them that 2, 63/ 26
mislike any man that I marry where it liketh 2, 63/ 28
it liketh me. And I am sure that my 2, 63/ 28
to grudge at that I love, nor is so 2, 63/ 31
unreasonable to look that I should in choice of 2, 63/ 32
own -- as though I were a ward that 2, 63/ 33
appointment of a guardian! I would not be a 2, 64/ 1
by God's blessed Lady, I am a bachelor and 2, 64/ 11
barren. And therefore, madam, I pray you be content 2, 64/ 12
pray you be content; I trust in God she 2, 64/ 16
in my way when I come to take Orders 2, 64/ 18
to take Orders. For I understand it is forbidden 2, 64/ 18
forbidden a priest, but I never wist it yet 2, 64/ 19
of his feigned friends. I have rehearsed this business 2, 66/ 9
make. Now then, as I began to show you 2, 66/ 15
misprision into treason. Whereof, I think, no man looketh 2, 70/ 11
not! We need not, I suppose, to rehearse of 2, 70/ 28
name, since there be, I doubt not, many here 2, 70/ 29
which in good faith I am sorry to speak 2, 72/ 4
errand. It shall not, I wot well, need that 2, 72/ 33
wot well, need that I rehearse you again that 2, 72/ 33
it, and of whom, I am sure, ye will 2, 73/ 2
that it so be. I am not so proud 2, 73/ 3
mother); for these causes, I say, fore-remembered -- that 2, 73/ 29
just title. Which thing, I wot it well, he 2, 74/ 12
occupy that room as I dare say he will 2, 74/ 15
take it. Which room, I warn you well, is 2, 74/ 16
will be loath, as I have said, to take 2, 74/ 22
ye will; and nevertheless I heartily pray you so 2, 74/ 26
most piteous and wicked: I mean the lamentable murder 2, 82/ 17
for this present matter, I shall rehearse you the 2, 83/ 4
after every way that I have heard, but after 2, 83/ 5
after that way that I have so heard by 2, 83/ 5
man trust? Those that I have brought up myself 2, 83/ 25
up myself, those that I had weened would most 2, 83/ 25
your pallet without, that, I dare well say, to 2, 83/ 28
sigh and said, "Alas! I would my uncle would 2, 85/ 1
my life yet, though I lose my kingdom." Then 2, 85/ 2
he allowed not, as I have heard, that burying 2, 86/ 3
tell. And thus, as I have learned of them 2, 86/ 14
and sorrow within. For I have heard by credible 2, 87/ 9
This duke -- as I have for certain been 2, 88/ 1
diversely reported. Some have I heard say that the 2, 89/ 7
of another; so that I have heard, of some 2, 90/ 11
This man, therefore, as I was about to tell 2, 91/ 17
to lie; for if I would swear the contrary 2, 92/ 5
Your Lordship would not, I ween, believe but that 2, 92/ 6
would have gone as I would have wished, King 2, 92/ 7
Edward to reign -- I was never so mad 2, 92/ 9
never so mad that I would with a dead 2, 92/ 9
the quick. So was I to King Edward faithful 2, 92/ 10
God have otherwise provided, I purpose not to spurn 2, 92/ 12
good faith, my lord, I love not much to 2, 92/ 27
construe it. And ever I think on Aesop's tale 2, 93/ 1
answered, ' In faith, I neither wot nor reck 2, 93/ 6
wot nor reck, so I were once hence, because 2, 93/ 6
quoth he, "that wot I well enough. But what 2, 93/ 9
horn -- where am I then?'" The Duke 2, 93/ 10
and said, "My lord, I warrant you, neither the 2, 93/ 11
did, the thing that I was about to say 2, 93/ 14
well as before God I meant it, could deserve 2, 93/ 14
And yet taken as I ween it would, might 2, 93/ 15
now king in possession, I purpose not to dispute 2, 93/ 18
the governance, and whereof I am myself one poor 2, 93/ 20
myself one poor member, I was about to wish 2, 93/ 20