ALTOGETHER.............1
her up to him altogether. When the King died 2, 55/ 19
 
 ALWAYS.................14
not for evil will always, but oftener for ambition 2, 8/ 10
between them, himself should always be able to rule 2, 10/ 13
been between you, not always for great causes. Sometimes 2, 12/ 5
yet should the realm always find kings, and peradventure 2, 13/ 14
man. "A sanctuary serveth always to defend the body 2, 31/ 28
since there is not always so great necessity to 2, 35/ 26
and wealthy be not always covetous. I doubt not 2, 56/ 24
king. But nothing lasteth always; for in conclusion King 2, 66/ 1
a great audience (as always assembled great number to 2, 66/ 26
men's lands, yet God always so provideth that it 2, 67/ 1
whoso was best bore always least rule, and more 2, 71/ 31
in the people, which always, after one, stood as 2, 75/ 31
and manner like one always ready to strike again 2, 87/ 15
him forward -- taking always the occasion of his 2, 91/ 26
 
 AM.....................17
you, the more deeply am I moved to care 2, 11/ 14
of long continued, I am not he that would 2, 30/ 4
is here, while I am here, which as yet 2, 36/ 22
Queen. "In that I am guiltless? As though they 2, 37/ 3
guilty! In that I am with their enemies better 2, 37/ 4
sake! In that I am so near of kin 2, 37/ 5
shall be where I am till I see further 2, 37/ 9
my lords, I neither am so unwise to mistrust 2, 41/ 14
I ensure him I am as sure of the 2, 50/ 23
wotteth of as I am of my own hand 2, 50/ 24
liketh me. And I am sure that my cousin 2, 63/ 28
God's blessed Lady, I am a bachelor and have 2, 64/ 11
in good faith I am sorry to speak of 2, 72/ 4
and of whom, I am sure, ye will better 2, 73/ 2
it so be. I am not so proud to 2, 73/ 3
an horn -- where am I then?'" The 2, 93/ 10
governance, and whereof I am myself one poor member 2, 93/ 20
 
 AMAZED.................1
they had been men amazed. Whereupon the Duke rounded 2, 75/ 32
 
 AMBITION...............4
if either his own ambition had not set him 2, 7/ 3
always, but oftener for ambition, and either for the 2, 8/ 10
a pestilent serpent is ambition and desire of vainglory 2, 12/ 22
where, by the cruel ambition of their unnatural uncle 2, 86/ 19
 
 AMBITIOUS..............2
of stomach, greedy and ambitious of authority, and impatient 2, 6/ 27
it were his own ambitious mind and device to 2, 78/ 32
 
 AMBUSHMENT.............1
of the hall, an ambushment of the Duke's servants 2, 76/ 16
 
 AMEND..................2
well." "That shall we amend," quoth he, "if that 2, 75/ 8
of his kinsmen could amend his cause and make 2, 83/ 13
 
 AMENDED................3
to, it might be amended, with great thank of 2, 31/ 19
newly rather a little amended than well recovered, that 2, 35/ 7
mischief could not be amended, he would turn it 2, 43/ 34
 
 AMENDMENT..............3
their hands to the amendment -- as though God 2, 31/ 4
vicious world for the amendment of men's manners -- 2, 54/ 26
to the redress and amendment thereof, by taking upon 2, 78/ 16
 
 AMERCEMENTS............1
hawsed above the measure: amercements turned into fines, fines 2, 70/ 5
 
 AMIABLE................1
in very joyous and amiable manner, nothing earthly knowing 2, 19/ 5
 
 AMISS..................1
minded that should sound amiss toward me but it 2, 45/ 17
 
 AMITY..................2
untruly also, broken the amity and peace that the 2, 16/ 28
For he reckoned the amity of no earthly nation 2, 63/ 10
 
 AMONG..................35
willing and loving obedience; among themselves, the commons in 2, 4/ 30
or more hearty favor among the common people, which 2, 5/ 19
so deadly debate as among them which by nature 2, 12/ 20
vainglory and sovereignty, which among states where he once 2, 12/ 23
kings. But if you among yourselves in a child's 2, 13/ 15
and to set variance among the states, and to 2, 19/ 11
stuff that were taken (among which stuff no marvel 2, 24/ 5
some manner of muttering among the people as though 2, 44/ 23
the Protector came in among them -- first about 2, 47/ 3
returned into the chamber among them, all changed, with 2, 47/ 15
won her much praise among those that were more 2, 55/ 2
written of and set among the remembrances of great 2, 56/ 27
by power or policy. Among whom they made of 2, 58/ 15
and were in authority among the people for opinion 2, 58/ 20
had no scrupulous conscience. Among these had they John 2, 58/ 22
were before greatly esteemed among the people; but after 2, 58/ 26
the Duke of Clarence among those that were secret 2, 67/ 23
should have come in among the people to the 2, 68/ 1
might have been taken among the hearers as though 2, 68/ 3
of his own goods, among so many grins and 2, 69/ 24
as was set therefor, among so much pilling and 2, 69/ 25
much pilling and polling, among so many taxes and 2, 69/ 26
to be lashed out among unthrifts, so far forth 2, 69/ 30
people fall at distance among themselves, nor in none 2, 71/ 11
as when it happeneth among us, and among us 2, 71/ 13
happeneth among us, and among us never so long-continued 2, 71/ 13
In which inward war among ourselves hath been so 2, 71/ 19
honest, substantial young man among you. And in that 2, 72/ 3
as well for that among you is most plenty 2, 72/ 18
much honorable fame receiveth among all other nations, but 2, 72/ 26
so much as rounding among them, by which they 2, 75/ 17
people began to whisper among themselves secretly, that the 2, 76/ 13
thrust into the hall among the press, began suddenly 2, 76/ 18
suddenly lapped them up among the clothes -- so 2, 85/ 18
little before the coronation, among other things required of 2, 89/ 8
 
 AMOROUS................1
those that were more amorous of her body than 2, 55/ 2
 
 AN.....................27
religious life in Dartford, an house of close nuns 2, 3/ 11
new friend made of an old foe, or to 2, 15/ 22
or to think that an hoverly kindness, suddenly contracted 2, 15/ 22
them that it was an heinous deed of the 2, 25/ 20
thief may not save an innocent! But "he is 2, 38/ 4
dream made so fearful an impression in his heart 2, 50/ 6
hath it been of an old rite and custom 2, 50/ 30
was no warning, but an enemious scorn. The same 2, 50/ 32
thee here once with an heavy heart?" "Yea, my 2, 52/ 2
as that he was an evil counselor to the 2, 53/ 21
living brought him to an unhappy ending -- which 2, 53/ 29
too soon; her husband an honest citizen, young and 2, 55/ 9
husband (as he was an honest man and one 2, 55/ 17
use, if they have an evil turn, to write 2, 57/ 5
his own mother was an adulteress -- which, notwithstanding 2, 59/ 27
marriage, since it is an unsitting thing -- and 2, 62/ 26
out of sight, like an owl. And when he 2, 68/ 29
taxes -- but under an easy name of "benevolence 2, 69/ 31
a sad man and an honest, which was so 2, 75/ 25
end of the hall, an ambushment of the Duke's 2, 76/ 16
Then, with as pleasant an oration as he could 2, 81/ 22
and unity, he made an open proclamation that he 2, 81/ 29
wit. The man had an high heart and sore 2, 84/ 3
the proud enterprise of an high heart, or, finally 2, 86/ 23
is, the Duke was an high-minded man, and evil 2, 90/ 10
well enough. But what an he call it an 2, 93/ 10
an he call it an horn -- where am 2, 93/ 10