INCLINE................5
more easily made her incline unto the King's appetite 2, 55/ 13
authority of his preaching incline the people to the 2, 59/ 14
behalf the more graciously incline if ye, the worshipful 2, 74/ 23
in this point to incline to their desire. For 2, 78/ 30
and agree favorably to incline to your petition and 2, 80/ 5
 
 INCLINED...............2
their words might have inclined men to pity them 2, 57/ 29
never of likelihood have inclined thereunto. But when he 2, 79/ 26
 
 INCLINETH..............1
God, where his grace inclineth the parties to love 2, 63/ 7
 
 INCONTINENT............5
a great while. But incontinent after that they were 2, 17/ 17
his farther liberty. Wherefore, incontinent, at the next meeting 2, 25/ 17
had haply secret instruction incontinent, maugre her mind, to 2, 34/ 2
but that he should incontinent be taken thence; and 2, 40/ 28
his sermon was not incontinent upon it, but at 2, 59/ 10
 
 INCREASE...............3
for the surety or increase of his estate. Friend 2, 8/ 11
and great possibility of increase of his possessions -- 2, 62/ 5
to the wealth and increase of the same, according 2, 74/ 11
 
 INCREASED..............4
highly toward him more increased. At such time as 2, 4/ 2
in him grew and increased, so far forth that 2, 5/ 12
strength more than half increased. The matter was broken 2, 43/ 9
toward her so greatly increased that she durst somewhat 2, 61/ 20
 
 INDEED.................7
happen to decease (as indeed he did) while his 2, 8/ 29
be (as it was indeed) a furtherly beginning to 2, 10/ 1
ascribed (as it was indeed) to his overmuch lightness 2, 22/ 29
be there sanctuary men indeed. For if one go 2, 32/ 22
he would do it indeed if there were any 2, 43/ 21
nor none there is, indeed -- or if any 2, 50/ 18
piecemeal rotted away. Dighton, indeed, yet walketh alive -- 2, 87/ 2
 
 INDIFFERENT............1
and foe was muchwhat indifferent: where his advantage grew 2, 8/ 12
 
 INDIFFERENTLY..........1
of the King's Council, indifferently examined, and by other 2, 23/ 14
 
 INDIGNATION............2
fallen into the King's indignation, and stood in great 2, 51/ 22
the Protector conceived such indignation that he rejected the 2, 89/ 13
 
 INDITED................1
it was so curiously indited, and so fair written 2, 54/ 4
 
 INDUCED................3
be by good means induced to deliver him. Which 2, 27/ 22
was the allective that induced him to be partner 2, 46/ 25
trusted, likely to be induced to that part, and 2, 58/ 14
 
 INFAMY.................2
famous only by the infamy of their ill deeds 2, 57/ 3
the crown. With which infamy he would not have 2, 78/ 33
 
 INFANCY................1
younger, which besides his infancy, that also needeth good 2, 35/ 5
 
 INFANT.................1
guardian to keep the infant, the law of nature 2, 39/ 26
 
 INFECTED...............1
mind in tender youth infected, shall readily fall to 2, 11/ 30
 
 INFINITE...............1
masters at once, with infinite benefit to the realm 2, 91/ 10
 
 INFORMATION............1
have I by credible information learned: that the self 2, 9/ 7
 
 INFORMED...............1
have for certain been informed -- as soon as 2, 88/ 2
 
 INFORTUNE..............2
mischance, and her own infortune, damning the time that 2, 20/ 27
Whose death and final infortune hath nevertheless so far 2, 82/ 19
 
 INFOUNDETH.............1
God giveth and secretly infoundeth in right generation after 2, 66/ 30
 
 INHERIT................2
whose death he may inherit less land than a 2, 39/ 33
should seem disabled to inherit the crown by the 2, 59/ 21
 
 INHERITANCE............5
he claimed as his inheritance, and could never obtain 2, 44/ 5
for possibility of more inheritance by new affinity in 2, 64/ 3
the time of his inheritance, attained the crown by 2, 71/ 3
the just course of inheritance, according to the common 2, 73/ 33
which he claimed by inheritance was somewhat interlaced with 2, 89/ 11
 
 INHERITED..............1
truth hid from knowledge, inherited for the season other 2, 67/ 1
 
 INHERITOR..............2
were, if both failed, inheritor to the crown. The 2, 39/ 29
he pretended himself just inheritor. And forasmuch as the 2, 89/ 10
 
 INHERITORS.............1
to light, the rightful inheritors be restored and the 2, 67/ 3
 
 INJURIES...............1
minister matter to such injuries as for that you 2, 72/ 20
 
 INKLING................1
or otherwise had any inkling thereof. For he was 2, 9/ 16
 
 INN....................1
the keys of the inn, that none should pass 2, 17/ 29
 
 INNOCENCE..............2
and kindred proveth; whose innocence, to all the world 2, 32/ 10
speak and declare their innocence, lest their words might 2, 57/ 28
 
 INNOCENT...............5
here, that they be innocent of any such matters 2, 19/ 21
may not save an innocent! But "he is in 2, 38/ 5
lamentable murder of his innocent nephews, the young king 2, 82/ 18
up to God their innocent souls into the joys 2, 85/ 21
noble princes -- these innocent, tender children, born of 2, 86/ 15
 
 INNS...................1
their servants in their inns and lodgings about, giving 2, 17/ 24
 
 INORDINATE.............1
the vicious living and inordinate abusion of his body 2, 53/ 25
 
 INQUIETED..............1
several titles had long inquieted the land -- he 2, 91/ 11
 
 INQUIRE................1
boldly to them and inquire what this matter might 2, 18/ 18
 
 INSATIABLE.............1
King's greedy appetite was insatiable, and everywhere over all 2, 72/ 6
 
 INSIGHT................1
of wisdom) a deep insight in politic worldly drifts 2, 91/ 20
 
 INSTINCT...............1
hearts of a secret instinct of nature misgiveth them 2, 44/ 25
 
 INSTRUCTION............2
company had haply secret instruction incontinent, maugre her mind 2, 34/ 2
thanks and some secret instruction of the Protector's mind 2, 88/ 14
 
 INSTRUCTIONS...........1
speedily, according to his instructions, without any difficulty, brought 2, 60/ 10
 
 INTEND.................5
here, which as yet intend not to come forth 2, 36/ 23
In which place I intend to keep his brother 2, 39/ 23
since etc.." "Wherefore, here intend I to keep him 2, 39/ 25
of them anything would intend unto himward wherewith he 2, 78/ 8
to live than we intend to procure." With this 2, 80/ 16
 
 INTENDED...............17
the prince), nor anything intended he to take in 2, 5/ 3
undoubtedly, if he had intended that thing, have appointed 2, 8/ 20
of that he never intended), certain is it that 2, 9/ 25
a thing right well intended, our misconstruction turneth unto 2, 12/ 5
were about the King intended to bring him up 2, 16/ 5
as the dukes themselves intended, for the show of 2, 18/ 5
and say that he intended to set distance between 2, 18/ 20
never pope nor king intended to privilege any one 2, 32/ 1
for that the Protector intended not in this matter 2, 33/ 32
afterward; for he never intended more to move her 2, 40/ 18
perceive what the Protector intended; troth, if they should 2, 40/ 21
the child any evil intended. The Queen with these 2, 40/ 23
him in that council intended where Catesby was. And 2, 46/ 4
Council. And what they intended further was as yet 2, 53/ 2
contrary, and of new intended to be, were now 2, 79/ 10
which he before had intended. And forasmuch as his 2, 83/ 10
ween, and that himself intended to use his faithful 2, 92/ 22
 
 INTENDERS..............1
well perceiving that the intenders of such a purpose 2, 24/ 12
 
 INTENDING..............5
long to tarry, but intending, under pretext of dissension 2, 6/ 21
of the Duke himself, intending to be king -- 2, 7/ 9
have hindered him so intending, whether the same Duke 2, 9/ 3
Rivers, the King's uncle, intending on the morrow to 2, 17/ 13
Protector immediately after dinner, intending to set some color 2, 52/ 25