INTENT.................10
deem that for this intent he was glad of 2, 9/ 1
the pursuit of his intent, and a sure ground 2, 10/ 2
certain: that if his intent were perceived, he should 2, 10/ 8
done to none other intent but to bring all 2, 25/ 28
more of a corrupt intent than any virtuous affection 2, 55/ 6
presence to purpose their intent, of which they would 2, 77/ 25
unto His Grace the intent of their coming without 2, 77/ 32
to show him their intent and purpose, with all 2, 78/ 10
finally -- to the intent that no man should 2, 81/ 25
him. And to the intent that he might show 2, 81/ 31
 
 INTERLACED.............1
by inheritance was somewhat interlaced with the title to 2, 89/ 11
 
 INTERRED...............3
from thence conveyed, was interred at Windsor. A king 2, 3/ 20
body, with the head, interred at Windsor, beside the 2, 49/ 23
bodies again and secretly interred them in such place 2, 86/ 7
 
 INTO...................44
the mean season grown into his favor, of which 2, 4/ 8
a long-continued sovereignty decline into a proud port from 2, 5/ 11
from thence so freely into the city, that no 2, 5/ 18
crown, putting his claim into the Parliament. Where his 2, 6/ 15
and that he came into the world with the 2, 7/ 25
these dukes taken also into their custody the keys 2, 17/ 29
Lord Marquis had entered into the Tower of London 2, 19/ 14
with Sir Thomas Vaughan, into the north country into 2, 20/ 12
into the north country into divers places to prison 2, 20/ 12
which she then lay, into the sanctuary, lodging herself 2, 21/ 1
to admit this messenger into his bedside. Of whom 2, 21/ 9
conveyance of her stuff into sanctuary; chests, coffers, packs 2, 21/ 21
turning their private grudges into the common hurt, irritating 2, 23/ 17
from thence, accompanied him into the city, which he 2, 24/ 20
the Star Chamber, departed into the sanctuary to the 2, 33/ 28
yet might he run into slander and suspicion of 2, 36/ 1
son to be delivered into his hands in whom 2, 40/ 22
in him, to keep, into your hands, of whom 2, 41/ 33
duke, they brought him into the Star Chamber, where 2, 42/ 14
through the city honorably into the Tower, out of 2, 42/ 22
gotten both her sons into his own hands, then 2, 43/ 5
and suchlike, being beaten into the Duke's mind, brought 2, 43/ 28
win the Lord Hastings into their part. But Catesby 2, 46/ 14
and eleven, he returned into the chamber among them 2, 47/ 15
was he brought forth into the green beside the 2, 49/ 20
not long) far fallen into the King's indignation, and 2, 51/ 22
out of the city into the Tower; and at 2, 52/ 27
covetousness, the Protector sent into the house of Shore's 2, 54/ 14
sent out of heaven into this vicious world for 2, 54/ 25
shame of the world, into which he durst never 2, 59/ 6
the realm and flee into Holland for succor. Where 2, 65/ 17
began he to descend into the praise of the 2, 67/ 8
past them and entered into other matters ere the 2, 68/ 11
went through the people into the place where the 2, 68/ 22
they had been turned into stones, for wonder of 2, 68/ 25
the measure: amercements turned into fines, fines into ransoms 2, 70/ 5
turned into fines, fines into ransoms, small trespass to 2, 70/ 5
trespass to misprision, misprision into treason. Whereof, I think 2, 70/ 6
in the pulpit namely, into which none honest man 2, 73/ 7
was so newly come into that office that he 2, 75/ 26
and lads that thrust into the hall among the 2, 76/ 18
council) and came out into the pallet chamber, on 2, 84/ 16
in their beds, came into the chamber and suddenly 2, 85/ 17
God their innocent souls into the joys of heaven 2, 85/ 22
 
 INTOLERABLE............1
over all the realm intolerable. For no woman was 2, 72/ 6
 
 INVENTION..............2
weighty of all that invention rested in this: that 2, 59/ 19
be bastards. But that invention, simple as it was 2, 66/ 12
 
 INWARD.................1
of France. In which inward war among ourselves hath 2, 71/ 18
 
 INWARDLY...............2
outwardly companionable where he inwardly hated, not letting to 2, 8/ 8
men had it ever inwardly suspect, as many well-counterfeited 2, 82/ 29
 
 IRKED..................1
between his friends somewhat irked him, yet in his 2, 10/ 11
 
 IRRITATING.............1
into the common hurt, irritating and provoking men unto 2, 23/ 18
 
 IS.....................131
much fair issue: that is to wit, Edward, the 2, 3/ 6
for yet she liveth), is by the benignity of 2, 3/ 16
gathering of money (which is the only thing that 2, 5/ 1
book shall treat, it is therefore convenient somewhat to 2, 6/ 10
visage, and such as is in states called warlike 2, 7/ 21
birth, ever froward. It is for truth reported that 2, 7/ 23
of all this point is there no certainty, and 2, 9/ 5
to think, hard it is to say -- whether 2, 9/ 14
he never intended), certain is it that he contrived 2, 9/ 25
with pillows, as it is reported on this wise 2, 11/ 10
you than his that is by and by going 2, 12/ 11
one part of you is of my blood, the 2, 12/ 13
Such a pestilent serpent is ambition and desire of 2, 12/ 22
griefs past, and all is (God be thanked) quiet 2, 13/ 9
be left about him, is," quoth he, "neither honorable 2, 14/ 30
in youth namely, which is light of belief and 2, 15/ 3
his grace, that peril is past. Howbeit, as great 2, 15/ 15
past. Howbeit, as great is growing, if we suffer 2, 15/ 15
of us, I believe, is so unwise oversoon to 2, 15/ 21
Lordship word that there is no fear. For he 2, 21/ 12
quoth she, "for he is one of them that 2, 22/ 4
with you. And here is the Great Seal, which 2, 22/ 9
side where the King is himself. With these persuasions 2, 23/ 24
men's hearts, hard it is to wrest out, and 2, 26/ 23
of his Council and is also in favor and 2, 26/ 28
keep him there. This is my mind in this 2, 27/ 14
as for her, here is no man that will 2, 28/ 22
in rest! Howbeit, there is none of her kin 2, 28/ 25
well trusteth -- it is easy to perceive that 2, 29/ 11
be fetched from her, is it not likely enough 2, 29/ 25
nay but that it is a deed of pity 2, 30/ 7
once fall thereto, it is pity the sanctuary should 2, 30/ 16
willful. And where it is otherwise, there need we 2, 30/ 19
as reason will. Which is not fully so far 2, 31/ 24
in which he neither is nor can be a 2, 31/ 26
any place wherein it is lawful one man to 2, 32/ 2
But where a man is by lawful means in 2, 32/ 6
some special privilege; which is the only ground and 2, 32/ 8
necessity this noble prince is far, whose love to 2, 32/ 9
simple as that sample is, yet is there less 2, 33/ 6
that sample is, yet is there less reason in 2, 33/ 6
a childish fear, yet is there at the leastwise 2, 33/ 7
some fear. And herein is there none at all 2, 33/ 8
diseased with sickness, and is so newly rather a 2, 35/ 7
only, considering that there is, as physicians say, and 2, 35/ 9
best unto him, yet is there none that either 2, 35/ 15
have kept him, or is more tenderly like to 2, 35/ 16
and obloquy; since there is not always so great 2, 35/ 25
And yet the case is not like; for the 2, 35/ 33
health, and the other is now sick. In which 2, 35/ 33
that my Lord Protector is so desirous to have 2, 35/ 35
in this place, it is all their honors there 2, 36/ 20
best kept. And that is here, while I am 2, 36/ 22
now be! But it is, I trow, no great 2, 36/ 28
him hence which neither is in the plight to 2, 37/ 24
an innocent! But "he is in no jeopardy," "nor 2, 38/ 5
process draweth? ' It is not honorable that the 2, 38/ 11
he will. Howbeit, this is a gay matter. Suppose 2, 38/ 22
child from me? He is also my ward; for 2, 38/ 28
now be (and which is now in question whether 2, 39/ 10
all you know, this is not the first time 2, 39/ 15
reproach. For lo, here is," quoth she, "this gentleman 2, 41/ 18
Each of these children is other's defense while they 2, 41/ 28
For while one man is there which is never 2, 45/ 16
man is there which is never thence, never can 2, 45/ 16
soon after -- that is to wit, on the 2, 46/ 27
affirmed the same. "That is," quoth he, "yonder sorceress 2, 47/ 29
life, saving, as it is said, he that while 2, 48/ 21
pardon. A marvelous case is it to hear, either 2, 49/ 25
thoughts? Tell him it is plain witchcraft to believe 2, 50/ 13
some falsehood. Wherefore either is there no peril -- 2, 50/ 18
-- nor none there is, indeed -- or if 2, 50/ 18
if any be, it is rather in going than 2, 50/ 19
went his way. Certain is it also that in 2, 50/ 26
whom no such mischance is toward, yet hath it 2, 50/ 30
-- which self thing is often seen a sign 2, 51/ 12
lo how the world is turned: now stand mine 2, 52/ 11
stood about him, "Here is a gay, goodly cast 2, 54/ 12
charnel house. For now is she old, lean, withered 2, 55/ 30
in how much she is now in the more 2, 56/ 31
in dust -- which is not worst proved by 2, 57/ 6
Easter after. But certain is it that Doctor Shaa 2, 59/ 11
marriage, forasmuch as there is between no merchant and 2, 62/ 15
her marriage, since it is an unsitting thing -- 2, 62/ 26
wed them. No more is it reason that it 2, 63/ 27
that I love, nor is so unreasonable to look 2, 63/ 31
affinity in strange lands, is often the occasion of 2, 64/ 4
man's days. That she is a widow and hath 2, 64/ 10
that neither of us is likely to be barren 2, 64/ 12
For I understand it is forbidden a priest, but 2, 64/ 18
agent radices altas," that is to say, "Bastard slips 2, 66/ 28
duke his father." "This is," quoth he, "the father's 2, 67/ 30
father's own figure; this is his own countenance, the 2, 67/ 31
those words again: "This is the very noble prince 2, 68/ 15
York his father. This is the father's own figure 2, 68/ 18
or jeopardy. What thing is that? Certes, the surety 2, 69/ 20
this noble city! Who is of you either so 2, 70/ 23
which albeit that it is ever the well and 2, 71/ 10
of much mischief, yet is it never so mischievous 2, 71/ 10
king's days that dead is, God forgive it his 2, 71/ 15
of, saving that it is in vain to keep 2, 72/ 4
for that among you is most plenty of all 2, 72/ 19
nothing worthily acquitted, there is of that house that 2, 72/ 30
thing to show you is the whole sum and 2, 72/ 31
believe it. And reason is that it so be 2, 73/ 2
made, of which there is so much mischief grown 2, 73/ 22
say, fore-remembered -- that is to wit, for lack 2, 73/ 29
England and of France is by the high authority 2, 73/ 32
title of the same is, by the just course 2, 73/ 33
I warn you well, is no child's office. And 2, 74/ 16
rex puer est': "Woe is that realm that hath 2, 74/ 18
this noble personage, which is so righteously entitled thereunto 2, 74/ 20
so righteously entitled thereunto, is of so sad age 2, 74/ 20
by the Recorder, which is the mouth of the 2, 75/ 21
Mayor and said, "This is a marvelous obstinate silence 2, 76/ 1
which to be partners is your weal and honor 2, 76/ 7
that we perceive it is all your whole minds 2, 76/ 29
that all the realm is so set (whereof we 2, 79/ 29
perceive that no man is there to whom the 2, 79/ 32
York; to which title is now joined your election 2, 80/ 2
that playeth the sultan is percase a souter. Yet 2, 81/ 2
that knoweth itself guilty is in a manner dejected 2, 82/ 4
the thing evil gotten is never well kept, through 2, 82/ 13
the most righteous (that is to wit, his own 2, 82/ 16
to light. Very truth is it, and well-known, that 2, 86/ 9
the Duke fell out is of diverse folk diverse-wise 2, 87/ 24
occasion of their variance is of diverse men diversely 2, 89/ 7
hands. Very truth it is, the Duke was an 2, 90/ 9
by thee. For it is none horn that is 2, 93/ 8
is none horn that is in thine head." "No 2, 93/ 9
late Protector, since he is now king in possession 2, 93/ 18