IF'S...................1
me, I ween, with "if's and with "and's! I 2, 48/ 25
 
 IGNORANCE..............2
abuse the anger and ignorance of the one party 2, 10/ 4
though some, by the ignorance of the world and 2, 66/ 34
 
 ILL....................5
keeping from enemies or ill viand, but partly also 2, 26/ 7
the dance, for many ill signs that he saw 2, 46/ 2
the infamy of their ill deeds. Her doings were 2, 57/ 3
strike again. He took ill rest a nights, lay 2, 87/ 16
well known and not ill taken, nor any demand 2, 90/ 15
 
 ILL-FARING.............1
stood harnessed in old, ill-faring brigandines, such as no 2, 52/ 28
 
 ILL-FEATURED...........1
both: little of stature, ill-featured of limbs, crookbacked, his 2, 7/ 19
 
 IMAGE..................2
visage, the sure, undoubted image, the plain, express likeness 2, 67/ 32
visage, the sure, undoubted image, the plain, express likeness 2, 68/ 19
 
 IMAGINE................1
have, that compass and imagine the destruction of me 2, 47/ 22
 
 IMMEDIATELY............3
issue male in remainder, immediately after the death of 2, 6/ 20
ear. But the Protector immediately after dinner, intending to 2, 52/ 25
people's mind, he sent immediately after dinner, in all 2, 53/ 11
 
 IMMODERATE.............2
the best; of which immoderate appetite of worship, and 2, 12/ 27
else, except only the immoderate advancement of themselves. Which 2, 15/ 7
 
 IMMUNITY...............1
enterprise to break the immunity and liberty of that 2, 28/ 11
 
 IMPATIENT..............1
ambitious of authority, and impatient of partners. Edward, revenging 2, 6/ 28
 
 IMPEDIMENT.............1
that there was none impediment, the King with great 2, 65/ 8
 
 IMPORTABLE.............2
but also to the importable grief and displeasure of 2, 34/ 11
with this and other importable dealing the realm was 2, 72/ 17
 
 IMPORTANCE.............1
tidings of so great importance that his master gave 2, 21/ 7
 
 IMPORTUNATELY..........1
the world, he would importunately pursue his appetite and 2, 72/ 10
 
 IMPOSSIBLE.............1
his pleasure, and not impossible to have attained it 2, 65/ 32
 
 IMPRESSION.............2
made so fearful an impression in his heart that 2, 50/ 7
tumbled with the tedious impression and stormy remembrance of 2, 87/ 20
 
 IMPRISONED.............2
But when he had imprisoned the Queen's kinsfolk, and 2, 43/ 4
saw in such places imprisoned as the Protector might 2, 43/ 20
 
 IMPRISONMENT...........2
they would remember their imprisonment); or else, if they 2, 43/ 14
for their deaths whose imprisonment was grievous unto him 2, 43/ 16
 
 IMPUGNED...............1
-- whom no man impugned -- but for their 2, 16/ 20
 
 IMPUGNETH..............1
each of other's person impugneth each other's counsel, there 2, 11/ 26
 
 IN.....................606
observed a religious life in Dartford, an house of 2, 3/ 11
which, long time tossed in either fortune -- sometimes 2, 3/ 14
either fortune -- sometimes in wealth, often in adversity 2, 3/ 15
sometimes in wealth, often in adversity -- at the 2, 3/ 15
King Henry the Eighth in very prosperous estate, and 2, 3/ 17
such governance and behavior in time of peace (for 2, 3/ 21
time of peace (for in war each party must 2, 3/ 21
he himself so specially in any part of his 2, 3/ 25
was well assuaged, and in effect quenched, in that 2, 4/ 5
and in effect quenched, in that that many of 2, 4/ 5
of them were dead in more than twenty years 2, 4/ 6
and many of them in the mean season grown 2, 4/ 7
of heart courageous, politic in counsel, in adversity nothing 2, 4/ 11
courageous, politic in counsel, in adversity nothing abashed, in 2, 4/ 11
in adversity nothing abashed, in prosperity rather joyful than 2, 4/ 11
rather joyful than proud, in peace just and merciful 2, 4/ 12
peace just and merciful, in war sharp and fierce 2, 4/ 13
war sharp and fierce, in the field bold and 2, 4/ 13
strong, and clean-made; howbeit, in his latter days, with 2, 4/ 18
which health of body in great prosperity and fortune 2, 4/ 21
violence, and, over that, in his latter days lessened 2, 4/ 25
lessened and well left. In which time of his 2, 4/ 25
days, this realm was in quiet and prosperous estate 2, 4/ 26
outward enemies, no war in hand, nor none toward 2, 4/ 27
toward the prince, not in a constrained fear, but 2, 4/ 28
a constrained fear, but in a willing and loving 2, 4/ 29
among themselves, the commons in good peace. The lords 2, 4/ 30
knew at variance, himself in his deathbed appeased. He 2, 4/ 31
intended he to take in hand by which he 2, 5/ 3
esteemed, yet that condition in the end of his 2, 5/ 9
end of his days (in which many princes by 2, 5/ 10
of their beginning) marvelously in him grew and increased 2, 5/ 12
so far forth that in the summer, the last 2, 5/ 13
Highness, being at Windsor in hunting, sent for the 2, 5/ 14
that no one thing in many days before got 2, 5/ 18
said) this noble king in that time in which 2, 5/ 22
king in that time in which his life was 2, 5/ 22
his noble children (having in themselves also as many 2, 5/ 25
this duke's demeanor ministreth in effect all the whole 2, 6/ 9
was, that could find in his heart so much 2, 6/ 11
and his issue male in remainder, immediately after the 2, 6/ 20
dissension and debate arising in the realm, to prevent 2, 6/ 22
upon him the rule in King Harry's life, was 2, 6/ 23
and thereupon hastily drowned in a butt of malmsey 2, 7/ 13
we now treat, was in wit and courage equal 2, 7/ 17
with either of them, in body and prowess far 2, 7/ 18
and such as is in states called warlike, in 2, 7/ 21
in states called warlike, in other men otherwise. He 2, 7/ 21
had so much ado in her travail that she 2, 7/ 24
nature changed her course in his beginning which in 2, 7/ 28
in his beginning which in the course of his 2, 7/ 29
evil captain was he in the war, as to 2, 7/ 30
sometimes overthrows, but never in default (as for his 2, 8/ 2
to pill and spoil in other places and get 2, 8/ 6
the Sixth, being prisoner in the Tower, as men 2, 8/ 15
covertly conveyed, lacked not in helping forth his brother 2, 8/ 23
that he long time in King Edward's life forethought 2, 8/ 26
forethought to be king in case that the king 2, 8/ 27
that the self night in which King Edward died 2, 9/ 8
long ere morning, came in great haste to the 2, 9/ 9
of one Pottier, dwelling in Red Cross Street, without 2, 9/ 10
hasty rapping quickly let in, he showed unto Pottier 2, 9/ 11
thereunto moved, and put in hope by the occasion 2, 9/ 22
speed putteth a man in courage of that he 2, 9/ 24
own blood. King Edward in his life, albeit that 2, 10/ 10
somewhat irked him, yet in his good health he 2, 10/ 11
both the parties. But in his last sickness, when 2, 10/ 14
were at variance, and in especial the Lord Marquis 2, 10/ 26
familiar with the King in wanton company. Her kindred 2, 11/ 3
the parties, were come in presence, the King, lifting 2, 11/ 9
dear kinsmen and allies, in what plight I lie 2, 11/ 11
I moved to care in what case I leave 2, 11/ 14
only surety to rest in your concord. For it 2, 11/ 19
the Prince, whose mind in tender youth infected, shall 2, 11/ 30
these few years grown in this realm, I pray 2, 13/ 1
we eftsoons fall not in that occasion again. Now 2, 13/ 9
right well to prosper in wealthful peace under your 2, 13/ 10
if you among yourselves in a child's reign fall 2, 13/ 15
find peace again. Wherefore in these last words that 2, 13/ 17
with his pleasure, there in his presence (as by 2, 13/ 28
his household at Ludlow, in Wales. Which country, being 2, 14/ 2
encheason the Prince was in the life of his 2, 14/ 6
of hand as politic in counsel. Adjoined were there 2, 14/ 13
the same party; and in effect everyone as he 2, 14/ 14
of youth be rooted in the Prince's favor, the 2, 14/ 17
neither was reason nor in any wise to be 2, 14/ 22
and kinsman, should be in the hands and custody 2, 14/ 23
his mother's kindred, sequestered in manner from their company 2, 14/ 24
well-proved evil-willers to grow in over-great authority with the 2, 15/ 2
with the Prince -- in youth namely, which is 2, 15/ 3
discretion, yet was he in many things ruled by 2, 15/ 5
suffer this young king in our enemy's hand which 2, 15/ 16
for the late-made atonement, in which the King's pleasure 2, 15/ 20
hoverly kindness, suddenly contracted in one hour, continued yet 2, 15/ 23
should be deeper settled in their stomachs than a 2, 15/ 24
easy to kindle, and in especial twain: Edward, Duke 2, 15/ 28
the Queen's party -- in this point accorded together 2, 16/ 1
assembly of people, and, in manner, of open war 2, 16/ 8
wist, was doubtful, and in which, the King being 2, 16/ 9
be persuaded and brought in the mind that it 2, 16/ 12
her kindred should assemble in the King's name much 2, 16/ 16
her and her kindred in the wite, and say 2, 16/ 27
his kin and hers in his deathbed, and which 2, 16/ 29
observed. The Queen, being in this wise persuaded, such 2, 17/ 1
brought the King up in great haste, not in 2, 17/ 6
in great haste, not in good speed, with a 2, 17/ 6
Now was the King in his way to London 2, 17/ 7
friends set them down in counsel, wherein they spent 2, 17/ 22
And at their rising in the dawning of the 2, 17/ 23
privily to their servants in their inns and lodgings 2, 17/ 24
license. And over this, in the highway toward Stony 2, 17/ 30
thus bore they folk in hand. But when the 2, 18/ 8
this last night's cheer, in so few hours so 2, 18/ 12
saw no such cause in himself -- he determined 2, 18/ 16
it should not lie in his power. And when 2, 18/ 22
a very well-spoken man) in goodly wise to excuse 2, 18/ 23
him and put him in ward, and, that done 2, 18/ 25
soon as they came in his presence, they lighted 2, 18/ 30
your rooms." And thus in a goodly array they 2, 19/ 3
and on their knees, in very humble wise, saluted 2, 19/ 4
-- which received them in very joyous and amiable 2, 19/ 5
even by and by, in his presence they picked 2, 19/ 6
I cannot say. But in good faith, I dare 2, 19/ 19
have kept their dealing in these matters far from 2, 19/ 22
Sir Thomas Vaughan, knight, in the King's presence, and 2, 19/ 24
been all his days in ure therewith, and therefore 2, 20/ 9
Pomfret, where they were in conclusion beheaded. In this 2, 20/ 14
were in conclusion beheaded. In this wise the Duke 2, 20/ 15
midnight following, and that in the sorest wise: that 2, 20/ 19
which tidings the Queen in great flight and heaviness 2, 20/ 26
the King, got herself in all the haste possible 2, 20/ 29
the Palace of Westminster, in which she then lay 2, 20/ 30
and her company there in the abbot's place. Now 2, 21/ 2
Now came there one, in like wise not long 2, 21/ 3
his master gave him in charge not to forbear 2, 21/ 7
messenger departed, he caused in all the haste all 2, 21/ 16
the walls to bring in the next way -- 2, 21/ 24
whom the Archbishop comforted in the best manner he 2, 21/ 29
that he was put in good hope and out 2, 22/ 2
the Great Seal, which in like wise as that 2, 22/ 9
departed home again, yet in the dawning of the 2, 22/ 12
which time he might in his chamber window see 2, 22/ 13
and murmur, as well in other places about as 2, 22/ 17
places about as specially in the city, the people 2, 22/ 17
fear of themselves, assembled in sundry companies and went 2, 22/ 20
companies and went, flockmeal, in harness; and many also 2, 22/ 21
against the King himself, in the disturbance of his 2, 22/ 26
that they were also in safeguard, and there no 2, 23/ 11
should never be brought in frame again. Which strife 2, 23/ 21
though both parts were in all other things equal 2, 23/ 23
on with the King, in none other manner, with 2, 23/ 29
traitors had privily conveyed in their carriage to destroy 2, 24/ 9
have bound them up in barrels), yet much part 2, 24/ 13
all the other aldermen in scarlet, with five hundred 2, 24/ 18
horse of the citizens in violet, received him reverently 2, 24/ 19
of Gloucester bore him in open sight so reverently 2, 24/ 23
from the great obloquy in which he was so 2, 24/ 25
he was suddenly fallen in so great trust that 2, 24/ 26
undoubtedly, that England had in his time. Divers lords 2, 25/ 8
but half his prey in his hand -- well 2, 25/ 14
if he either remained in sanctuary or should haply 2, 25/ 16
that she should keep in sanctuary the King's brother 2, 25/ 22
bring all the lords in obloquy and murmur of 2, 25/ 28
quoth he, "not all in keeping from enemies or 2, 26/ 7
viand, but partly also in recreation and moderate pleasure 2, 26/ 8
-- which he cannot in this tender youth take 2, 26/ 9
this tender youth take in the company of ancient 2, 26/ 9
of ancient persons, but in the familiar conversation of 2, 26/ 10
to have it run in every man's mouth -- 2, 26/ 18
man's mouth -- not in this realm only, but 2, 26/ 18
realm only, but also in other lands (as evil 2, 26/ 19
evil opinion once fastened in men's hearts, hard it 2, 26/ 22
Council and is also in favor and credence with 2, 26/ 28
Lord Cardinal, who may in this matter do most 2, 26/ 30
his noble presence -- in whose continual company he 2, 27/ 11
This is my mind in this matter for this 2, 27/ 15
should cease great murmur in the realm, if the 2, 27/ 22
if she could be in no wise entreated with 2, 27/ 26
that it were not in any wise to be 2, 27/ 28
Saint Peter's own person in spirit, accompanied with great 2, 28/ 3
whereof they have yet in the abbey Saint Peter's 2, 28/ 5
contented, and all thing in good manner obtained. And 2, 28/ 15
should all be soon in rest! Howbeit, there is 2, 28/ 25
come thence and bide in such place where they 2, 29/ 7
then, if she refuse in the deliverance of him 2, 29/ 9
fear to leave him in her hands. For if 2, 29/ 14
to break them. And in good faith -- if 2, 30/ 5
evil debtors have brought in poverty should have some 2, 30/ 9
hath done) to come in question, while either party 2, 30/ 11
sanctuaries that God appointed in the Old Law. For 2, 30/ 20
heinous traitors! And that in two places especially: the 2, 30/ 29
the city, the other in the very bowels. I 2, 30/ 30
unthrifts riot and run in debt, upon the boldness 2, 31/ 7
and kill, and come in again as though those 2, 31/ 15
a God's name stand in force as far forth 2, 31/ 23
out of that place in which he neither is 2, 31/ 26
that man that standeth in danger abroad, not of 2, 31/ 29
and very nature forbiddeth in every place, and maketh 2, 32/ 5
is by lawful means in peril -- there needeth 2, 32/ 7
man should be delivered in payment of his debts 2, 32/ 30
is there less reason in our case than in 2, 33/ 6
in our case than in that. For therein, though 2, 33/ 6
no lawful process stand in jeopardy. And he that 2, 33/ 14
the young babe, condescended in effect that if he 2, 33/ 22
thought it all best, in the voiding of all 2, 33/ 24
Protector with the Council in the Star Chamber, departed 2, 33/ 27
the Protector intended not in this matter to trust 2, 33/ 32
if her time would in any wise serve her 2, 34/ 4
lords were come together in presence, the Lord Cardinal 2, 34/ 6
of the King's brother in that place was the 2, 34/ 9
have his natural brother in company as it was 2, 34/ 13
also, to suffer him in sanctuary -- as though 2, 34/ 14
the one brother stood in danger and peril of 2, 34/ 15
his estate. And she in this doing should both 2, 34/ 20
her friends that were in distress, and over that 2, 34/ 22
and estates so meetly in that point for any 2, 34/ 29
whom ye require were in the company of the 2, 35/ 1
King, his brother. And in good faith, methinketh it 2, 35/ 2
a while, to be in the custody of their 2, 35/ 3
put no person earthly in trust with his keeping 2, 35/ 8
find, double the peril in the recidivation that was 2, 35/ 11
the recidivation that was in the first sickness, with 2, 35/ 11
your pleasure to be in such place as might 2, 35/ 21
keep him elsewhere. Which in this well appeareth: that 2, 35/ 28
the country, keep household in Wales, far out of 2, 35/ 30
the one was then in health, and the other 2, 35/ 33
other is now sick. In which case I marvel 2, 35/ 34
desirous to have him in his keeping, where if 2, 35/ 35
where if the child in his sickness miscarried by 2, 35/ 35
also, that he bideth in this place, it is 2, 36/ 20
God were rather here in surety with me than 2, 36/ 24
than I were there in jeopardy with them." "Why 2, 36/ 25
why they should be in jeopardy?" "Nay, verily, sir 2, 36/ 26
why they should be in prison, neither -- as 2, 36/ 27
letted to put them in duress without color will 2, 36/ 29
that?" quoth the Queen. "In that I am guiltless 2, 37/ 3
though they were guilty! In that I am with 2, 37/ 4
them for my sake! In that I am so 2, 37/ 5
can have no privilege in this place which neither 2, 37/ 15
hence which neither is in the plight to send 2, 37/ 24
send out -- and in what place could I 2, 37/ 29
he be not sure in this, the sanctuary whereof 2, 37/ 30
innocent! But "he is in no jeopardy," "nor hath 2, 38/ 5
far to seek. For in this place in which 2, 39/ 9
For in this place in which we now be 2, 39/ 9
and which is now in question whether my child 2, 39/ 10
was born and kept in his cradle and preserved 2, 39/ 13
he first took him in his arms. And I 2, 39/ 21
to the king's enemy. In which place I intend 2, 39/ 23
fear to put him in the Protector's hands, that 2, 39/ 28
body and soul both in pledge, not only for 2, 40/ 14
more to move her in that matter, in which 2, 40/ 18
her in that matter, in which she thought that 2, 40/ 18
delivered into his hands in whom they should perceive 2, 40/ 22
stood a good while in a great study. And 2, 40/ 24
to be now beset in such places about that 2, 41/ 2
either of both lacked in you, might turn both 2, 41/ 17
any of it lay in their own body, they 2, 41/ 23
of their lives lieth in the other's body. Keep 2, 41/ 29
than to be both in one place. For what 2, 41/ 31
adventureth all his goods in one ship? All this 2, 41/ 32
him, and his brother in him, to keep, into 2, 41/ 33
nor can lack help in this cause. And if 2, 42/ 3
that his father put in you ever, and for 2, 42/ 5
trust that I put in you now: that as 2, 42/ 6
the Protector took him in his arms and kissed 2, 42/ 16
heart." And he said, in that, of likelihood as 2, 42/ 18
had both the children in his hands, he opened 2, 42/ 25
as were their craftsmasters in the handling of such 2, 43/ 10
his kinsfolk he saw in such places imprisoned as 2, 43/ 19
would he go forth in the same; and since 2, 43/ 30
could never obtain it in King Edward's time. Besides 2, 44/ 5
devise about the coronation in one place, as fast 2, 44/ 19
as fast were they in another place contriving the 2, 44/ 20
drew to Crosby's Place in Bishopsgate Street, where the 2, 44/ 32
the resort, the King in manner desolate. While some 2, 44/ 33
talk of one matter in the one place, little 2, 45/ 14
we whereof they talk in the other place." "My 2, 45/ 15
but it should be in mine ears ere it 2, 45/ 18
very familiarly used, and in his most weighty matters 2, 45/ 21
matters put no man in so special trust, reckoning 2, 45/ 22
was a man well-learned in the laws of this 2, 45/ 25
of the Lord Chamberlain, in good authority, and much 2, 45/ 26
and much rule bore in all the county of 2, 45/ 27
all that mischief up in whom if the Lord 2, 45/ 30
none harm toward him in that council intended where 2, 46/ 4
and kept him much in company. And undoubtedly the 2, 46/ 9
others began to have in the matter. And therefore 2, 46/ 18
the Lord Hastings bore in his country -- the 2, 46/ 24
-- many lords assembled in the Tower and there 2, 46/ 29
Tower and there sat in council devising the honorable 2, 46/ 29
pageants and subtleties were in making day and night 2, 46/ 32
matter, the Protector came in among them -- first 2, 47/ 2
strawberries at your garden in Holborn; I require you 2, 47/ 7
as that." And therewith, in all the haste, he 2, 47/ 9
set the lords fast in communing, and thereupon, praying 2, 47/ 11
so sat him down in his place, all the 2, 47/ 18
the Lord Hastings was in his mind better content 2, 47/ 32
before made of counsel in this matter, as he 2, 48/ 1
Pomfret this selfsame day, in which he was not 2, 48/ 5
Ye shall all see in what wise that sorceress 2, 48/ 7
whom he somewhat doted in the King's life, saving 2, 48/ 20
traitor!" And therewith, as in a great anger, he 2, 48/ 26
a door clapped, and in came there rushing men 2, 48/ 29
came there rushing men in harness, as many as 2, 48/ 29
they all quickly bestowed in diverse chambers -- except 2, 49/ 10
unto him at midnight in all the haste, requiring 2, 49/ 31
so fearful a dream, in which him thought that 2, 50/ 3
so fearful an impression in his heart that he 2, 50/ 7
and hath such faith in dreams which either his 2, 50/ 11
fantasieth or do rise in the night's rest by 2, 50/ 12
plain witchcraft to believe in such dreams! Which if 2, 50/ 13
be, it is rather in going than biding. And 2, 50/ 19
should needs cost fall in peril one way or 2, 50/ 20
is it also that in the riding toward the 2, 50/ 26
Tower, the same morning in which he was beheaded 2, 50/ 27
was of secret confederacy in that purpose -- a 2, 51/ 4
priest whom he met in the Tower street, broke 2, 51/ 6
full of good hope in his life -- which 2, 51/ 12
And of their meeting in that place, he was 2, 51/ 16
place, he was put in remembrance of another time 2, 51/ 17
remembrance of another time in which it had happened 2, 51/ 17
them before to meet in like manner together in 2, 51/ 18
in like manner together in the same place. At 2, 51/ 18
Rivers, the Queen's brother, in such wise that he 2, 51/ 21
King's indignation, and stood in great fear of himself 2, 51/ 23
now met this pursuivant in the same place, that 2, 51/ 29
had before talked thereof in the same place while 2, 52/ 1
over his own head. "In faith, man," quoth he 2, 52/ 9
sorry, nor never stood in so great dread in 2, 52/ 10
in so great dread in my life as I 2, 52/ 10
now stand mine enemies in the danger (as thou 2, 52/ 11
hereafter), and I never in my life so merry 2, 52/ 12
so merry, nor never in so great surety." O 2, 52/ 13
most feared, he was in good surety; when he 2, 52/ 14
about, like a wind in every man's ear. But 2, 52/ 24
upon the matter, sent in all the haste for 2, 52/ 26
of Buckingham, stood harnessed in old, ill-faring brigandines, such 2, 52/ 28
there, the same day, in the Council. And what 2, 53/ 2
sent immediately after dinner, in all the haste, one 2, 53/ 11
made through the city in the King's name, containing 2, 53/ 13
Duke of Buckingham sitting in the Council, and after 2, 53/ 17
much matter was there in the proclamation devised to 2, 53/ 20
ungracious example, as well in many other things as 2, 53/ 24
many other things as in the vicious living and 2, 53/ 24
being so openly taken in his falsely conceived treason 2, 53/ 32
and assemble themselves together in making some great commotion 2, 53/ 34
by God's grace rest in good quiet and peace 2, 54/ 3
and so fair written in parchment, in so well 2, 54/ 5
fair written in parchment, in so well a set 2, 54/ 5
had it been but in paper and scribbled forth 2, 54/ 8
paper and scribbled forth in haste, at adventure. So 2, 54/ 9
to destroy him -- in conclusion, when that no 2, 54/ 20
going before the cross in procession upon a Sunday 2, 54/ 27
Sunday, with a taper in her hand. In which 2, 54/ 28
taper in her hand. In which she went in 2, 54/ 29
In which she went in countenance and pace demure 2, 54/ 30
cast a comely rud in her cheeks (of which 2, 54/ 32
This woman was born in London, worshipfully friended, honestly 2, 55/ 7
Chamberlain took her; which in the King's days, albeit 2, 55/ 21
and fair -- nothing in her body that you 2, 55/ 24
they that knew her in her youth, albeit some 2, 55/ 26
not men so much in her beauty as in 2, 56/ 1
in her beauty as in her pleasant behavior. For 2, 56/ 2
well and write; merry in company, ready and quick 2, 56/ 3
had three concubines which in three diverse properties diversely 2, 56/ 6
third the holiest harlot in his realm -- as 2, 56/ 8
was this Shore's wife, in whom the King therefore 2, 56/ 12
she would bring them in his grace. For many 2, 56/ 18
men remission. And finally, in many weighty suits she 2, 56/ 19
she stood many men in great stead, either for 2, 56/ 20
worthy to be remembered in how much she is 2, 56/ 30
much she is now in the more beggarly condition 2, 56/ 31
many other men were, in their times, which be 2, 57/ 2
turn, to write it in marble; and whoso doth 2, 57/ 5
turn, we write it in dust -- which is 2, 57/ 6
that the self day in which the Lord Chamberlain 2, 57/ 15
Lord Chamberlain was beheaded in the Tower of London 2, 57/ 16
Which thing was done in the presence and by 2, 57/ 20
the Protector especially used in the counsel and in 2, 57/ 22
in the counsel and in the execution of such 2, 57/ 23
wit, short and rude in speech, rough and boisterous 2, 57/ 25
boisterous of behavior, bold in mischief, as far from 2, 57/ 25
purpose and put himself in possession of the crown 2, 58/ 9
broken to the people in such wise that it 2, 58/ 12
able to stand them in stead, either by power 2, 58/ 14
had wit and were in authority among the people 2, 58/ 20
one had a sermon in praise of the Protector 2, 58/ 27
could abide them. Penker in his sermon so lost 2, 59/ 2
off and come down in the midst. Doctor Shaa 2, 59/ 3
Shaa was of counsel in the beginning, so far 2, 59/ 12
first break the matter, in a sermon at Paul's 2, 59/ 13
sermon at Paul's Cross, in which he should by 2, 59/ 13
the labor and study in the devise of some 2, 59/ 15
the Protector for king. In which, divers things they 2, 59/ 17
all that invention rested in this: that they should 2, 59/ 19
should allege bastardy, either in King Edward himself or 2, 59/ 19
King Edward himself or in his children, or both 2, 59/ 20
him. To lay bastardy in King Edward sounded openly 2, 59/ 24
to them both; for in that point could be 2, 59/ 26
as though men spared in that point to speak 2, 59/ 31
they devised to surmise in King Edward's children -- 2, 59/ 33
Henry VI and was in peaceable possession of the 2, 60/ 3
realm), he sent over in embassage the Earl of 2, 60/ 5
Warwick, with other noblemen in his company, unto Spain 2, 60/ 7
king's daughter of Spain. In which thing the Earl 2, 60/ 9
Now happed it that in the mean season there 2, 60/ 12
Dame Elizabeth, herself being in service with Queen Margaret 2, 60/ 17
Earl of Warwick being in his embassage about the 2, 60/ 24
husband had given her in jointure. Whom when the 2, 60/ 31
aside, began to enter in talking more familiarly. Whose 2, 61/ 9
for a word. And in conclusion she showed him 2, 61/ 23
he set her virtue in the stead of possession 2, 61/ 27
of his desire, determined in all possible haste to 2, 61/ 29
other friends, and that in such manner as they 2, 61/ 33
surety also, to marry in a noble progeny out 2, 62/ 3
all his voyage were in such wise frustrated and 2, 62/ 7
dotage upon her person. In which marriage many more 2, 62/ 12
more honesty, than honor in this marriage, forasmuch as 2, 62/ 14
king and this widow. In whose person, albeit there 2, 62/ 16
it might be found in divers others that were 2, 62/ 18
Grey, though she were in all other things convenient 2, 62/ 24
nigh to approach priesthood in cleanness as he doth 2, 62/ 28
cleanness as he doth in dignity, to be defouled 2, 62/ 28
be defouled with bigamy in his first marriage." The 2, 62/ 29
made her answer, part in earnest, part in play 2, 63/ 2
part in earnest, part in play, merrily, as he 2, 63/ 2
was at a point in his own mind took 2, 63/ 4
he trusted it was in his, than for the 2, 63/ 8
the more hearty favor in that he disdained not 2, 63/ 12
say, others that be in every point comparable with 2, 63/ 26
look that I should in choice of a wife 2, 63/ 32
forbear mine own liberty in choice of my own 2, 64/ 2
inheritance by new affinity in strange lands, is often 2, 64/ 3
get and keep well in one man's days. That 2, 64/ 5
be content; I trust in God she shall bring 2, 64/ 16
bishop hardily lay it in my way when I 2, 64/ 17
marriage, as it were in discharge of her conscience 2, 64/ 28
such obstacle was made in the matter that either 2, 64/ 30
and many others put in good comfort to affirm 2, 64/ 34
heartily for his loss. In which God loved her 2, 65/ 11
leaving his new wife in Westminster, in sanctuary, where 2, 65/ 23
new wife in Westminster, in sanctuary, where she was 2, 65/ 23
we before have spoken. In which meantime the Earl 2, 65/ 26
nothing lasteth always; for in conclusion King Edward returned 2, 66/ 1
his dying day, and in such plight left it 2, 66/ 6
this Doctor Shaa should in a sermon at Paul's 2, 66/ 17
after at Paul's Cross, in a great audience (as 2, 66/ 26
giveth and secretly infoundeth in right generation after the 2, 66/ 30
unhappy, which were begotten in bastardy, and especially in 2, 66/ 33
in bastardy, and especially in adultery. Of which though 2, 66/ 33
that it continueth not in their blood long, but 2, 67/ 2
those that were secret in the household were reckoned 2, 67/ 24
knightly prowess, as well in all princely behavior as 2, 67/ 28
all princely behavior as in the lineaments and favor 2, 67/ 29
it before devised that in the speaking of these 2, 67/ 33
Protector should have come in among the people to 2, 68/ 1
Ghost had put them in the preacher's mouth, and 2, 68/ 4
chosen by God and, in manner, by miracle. But 2, 68/ 6
with which he was in hand and, without any 2, 68/ 13
prowess, which as well in all princely behavior as 2, 68/ 16
all princely behavior as in the lineaments and favor 2, 68/ 16
While these words were in speaking, the Protector, accompanied 2, 68/ 21
the doctors commonly stand, in the upper story, where 2, 68/ 23
him that there was in every man's mouth spoken 2, 68/ 32
came unto the Guildhall in London the Duke of 2, 69/ 2
brought. And there -- in the east end of 2, 69/ 4
commanded (upon great pain) in the Protector's name, the 2, 69/ 8
and a loud voice, in this manner of wise 2, 69/ 10
of all which things in times past ye stood 2, 69/ 22
past ye stood evermore in doubt. For who was 2, 69/ 23
for a word spoken in haste cruelly beheaded, by 2, 70/ 14
here present that either in themselves or their nigh 2, 70/ 29
by battle, it sufficed in a rich man for 2, 71/ 4
were neither your goods in surety, and yet they 2, 71/ 7
they brought your bodies in jeopardy -- besides the 2, 71/ 8
distance among themselves, nor in none earthly nation so 2, 71/ 12
nor so many battles in the season, nor so 2, 71/ 14
deadly fought, as was in the king's days that 2, 71/ 15
forgive it his soul. In whose time and by 2, 71/ 16
the winning of France. In which inward war among 2, 71/ 18
no time was there in which rich men for 2, 71/ 25
and more suit was in his days unto Shore's 2, 71/ 31
to all the lords in England -- except unto 2, 71/ 33
man among you. And in that point -- which 2, 72/ 3
that point -- which in good faith I am 2, 72/ 3
saving that it is in vain to keep in 2, 72/ 4
in vain to keep in counsel that thing that 2, 72/ 4
set his eye upon, in whom he anything liked 2, 72/ 8
dealing the realm was in every part annoyed, yet 2, 72/ 17
sundry perils and jeopardies in all his wars, bore 2, 72/ 28
he should not say, in the pulpit namely, into 2, 73/ 7
say that he knoweth, in avoiding displeasure of my 2, 73/ 26
with manifold virtues which in his noble person singularly 2, 74/ 4
nor the abusions before in the same used any 2, 74/ 7
he to our petition in that behalf the more 2, 74/ 23
with us, the nobles, in our said request. Which 2, 74/ 25
all this realm besides, in choosing them so good 2, 74/ 29
the more tender favor, in how much he shall 2, 74/ 32
the same matter again in other order and other 2, 75/ 10
that they never had in their lives heard so 2, 75/ 13
nothing no change made in the people, which always 2, 75/ 31
you -- that thing in which to be partners 2, 76/ 7
till at the last, in the nether end of 2, 76/ 15
threw up their caps in token of joy. And 2, 76/ 20
humble request unto him in manner fore-remembered." And therewith 2, 76/ 33
commoners of the city, in their best manner appareled 2, 77/ 9
them, but stood above in a gallery over them 2, 77/ 27
him of that matter. In which albeit they meant 2, 78/ 2
-- whom they would in no wise offend. Then 2, 78/ 4
honor and less pain in that that never prince 2, 78/ 22
more regarded his honor in other realms about than 2, 78/ 28
he could not find in his heart in this 2, 78/ 29
find in his heart in this point to incline 2, 78/ 30
to their desire. For in all other nations, where 2, 78/ 30
stained for any crown; in which he had ever 2, 78/ 34
to set the realm in good state. Which was 2, 79/ 7
state. Which was already in this little while of 2, 79/ 8
to God) well begun, in that the malice of 2, 79/ 9
they will not suffer, in any wise, King Edward's 2, 79/ 30
subdue, and establish forever in due obedience unto this 2, 80/ 12
All must be done in good order, though. And 2, 80/ 25
his own will. And in a stage play all 2, 81/ 1
name while he standeth in his majesty, one of 2, 81/ 4
part played upon scaffolds. In which poor men be 2, 81/ 7
he had placed himself in the Court of the 2, 81/ 16
upon him the crown in that place -- there 2, 81/ 20
merchants, the artificers, and, in conclusion, all kind of 2, 81/ 24
for fear of him), in the sight of the 2, 81/ 34
it for a vanity. In his return homeward, whomsoever 2, 82/ 3
knoweth itself guilty is in a manner dejected to 2, 82/ 4
nevertheless so far come in question that some remain 2, 82/ 20
that some remain yet in doubt whether they were 2, 82/ 20
doubt whether they were in his days destroyed or 2, 82/ 21
that all things were in late days so covertly 2, 82/ 25
that history of Perkin in any compendious process by 2, 83/ 2
process by itself. But in the meantime, for this 2, 83/ 3
to Gloucester to visit in his new honor the 2, 83/ 8
same Sir Robert should in any wise put the 2, 83/ 18
kneeling before our Lady in the Tower!), who plainly 2, 83/ 20
Richard at Warwick, yet in his way. Wherewith he 2, 83/ 23
on which he found in bed Sir James and 2, 84/ 16
but nothing of kin in conditions. Then said the 2, 84/ 18
What, sirs? Be ye in bed so soon?" and 2, 84/ 19
him secretly his mind in this mischievous matter; in 2, 84/ 20
in this mischievous matter; in which he found him 2, 84/ 20
accomplish the King's pleasure" in such thing as he 2, 84/ 24
words, and put him in the best comfort he 2, 85/ 4
babe his brother lingered in thought and heaviness till 2, 85/ 9
they should be murdered in their beds. To the 2, 85/ 11
-- a fellow fleshed in murder beforetime. To him 2, 85/ 13
the seely children lying in their beds, came into 2, 85/ 17
tormentors their bodies dead in the bed. Which after 2, 85/ 22
the stair-foot, meetly deep in the ground, under a 2, 85/ 29
Then rode Sir James in great haste to King 2, 86/ 1
have heard, that burying in so vile a corner 2, 86/ 3
would have them buried in a better place because 2, 86/ 4
and secretly interred them in such place as, by 2, 86/ 7
Sir James Tyrell was in the Tower for treason 2, 86/ 10
and confessed the murder in manner above written; but 2, 86/ 12
royal blood, brought up in great wealth, likely long 2, 86/ 16
to reign and rule in the realm -- by 2, 86/ 17
estate, shortly shut up in prison, and privily slain 2, 86/ 18
more notable example neither in what unsurety standeth this-worldly 2, 86/ 22
yet walketh alive -- in good possibility to be 2, 87/ 2
shall hereafter hear, slain in the field, hacked and 2, 87/ 5
horseback dead, his hair in despite torn and tugged 2, 87/ 6
all the meantime spent in much pain and trouble 2, 87/ 8
he never had quiet in his mind, he never 2, 87/ 11
outward no long time in rest. For hereupon soon 2, 87/ 21
King Edward, sent thither, in the most secret wise 2, 88/ 4
of Gloucester, desiring that in the most close and 2, 88/ 6
his desire, caused him in the dead of the 2, 88/ 9
be brought unto him in his secret chamber, where 2, 88/ 10
to show him that in this new world he 2, 88/ 12
the other, taking it in evil part, sent him 2, 89/ 19
said it was done in hatred and despite of 2, 89/ 22
each of them lived in such hatred and distrust 2, 89/ 23
From which, nevertheless, he in fair manner departed.) But 2, 90/ 1
considered, and what need in that green world the 2, 90/ 4
of the Duke, and in what peril the Duke 2, 90/ 5
if he fell once in suspicion of the tyrant 2, 90/ 5
gifts and high behests, in most loving and trusty 2, 90/ 16
to Brecknock, having there in his custody (by the 2, 90/ 18
before heard, was taken in the council at the 2, 90/ 20
very well-learned, and honorable in behavior, lacking no wise 2, 90/ 23
while that part was in wealth, and nevertheless left 2, 90/ 24
not nor forsook it in woe, but fled the 2, 90/ 25
Edward had the King in prison -- never came 2, 90/ 26
him from thenceforth both in secret trust and very 2, 91/ 4
to set this duke in his top: joined gentlemen 2, 91/ 7
top: joined gentlemen together in aid of King Henry 2, 91/ 7
of those two bloods in one, whose several titles 2, 91/ 11
Thus living many days in as much honor as 2, 91/ 16
wisdom) a deep insight in politic worldly drifts. Whereby 2, 91/ 20
King to have him in his custody, where he 2, 92/ 24
had he been put in the hands of them 2, 92/ 25
thanked him, and said, "In good faith, my lord 2, 92/ 27
none horned beast abide in that wood, one that 2, 93/ 3
wood, one that had in his forehead a bunch 2, 93/ 3
and he answered, ' In faith, I neither wot 2, 93/ 6
none horn that is in thine head." "No, marry 2, 93/ 9
come near their ear." "In good faith, sir," said 2, 93/ 13
Whereupon the Bishop said, "In good faith, my lord 2, 93/ 17
he is now king in possession, I purpose not 2, 93/ 18
our Lord hath planted in the person of Your 2, 93/ 24