ITSELF.................7
without wind swelleth of itself sometimes before a tempest 2, 44/ 26
Howbeit, somewhat the dealing itself made men to muse 2, 44/ 29
hand, and therewith of itself so long a process 2, 54/ 5
content with the deed itself well done, or for 2, 56/ 22
this matter, being of itself so heinous, might be 2, 58/ 11
a mind that knoweth itself guilty is in a 2, 82/ 4
any compendious process by itself. But in the meantime 2, 83/ 3
 
 IV.....................1
After that King Edward IV had deposed King Henry 2, 60/ 2
 
 JAMES..................10
meaning this by Sir James Tyrell, which was a 2, 83/ 30
found in bed Sir James and Sir Thomas Tyrell 2, 84/ 16
and calling up Sir James, broke to him secretly 2, 84/ 19
commanded to deliver Sir James all the keys of 2, 84/ 22
the keys received, Sir James appointed the night next 2, 84/ 25
that wretchedness. For Sir James Tyrell devised that they 2, 85/ 10
bed, and fetched Sir James to see them. Which 2, 85/ 27
stones. Then rode Sir James in great haste to 2, 85/ 29
such time as Sir James Tyrell was in the 2, 86/ 10
he die. But Sir James Tyrell died at Tower 2, 87/ 3
 
 JEOPARD................1
to come forth and jeopard myself after others of 2, 36/ 23
 
 JEOPARDIES.............1
and sundry perils and jeopardies in all his wars 2, 72/ 28
 
 JEOPARDOUS.............1
and also should be jeopardous, the King to come 2, 16/ 13
 
 JEOPARDY...............10
unto us no little jeopardy to suffer our well-proved 2, 15/ 1
not for the King's jeopardy; and that they were 2, 23/ 11
lawful process stand in jeopardy. And he that taketh 2, 33/ 14
I were there in jeopardy with them." "Why, madam 2, 36/ 25
they should be in jeopardy?" "Nay, verily, sir," quoth 2, 36/ 27
could be any manner jeopardy. "Whereby should I trust 2, 37/ 2
he is in no jeopardy," "nor hath no need 2, 38/ 5
the same place, that jeopardy so well past, it 2, 51/ 29
pain, cost, adventure, or jeopardy. What thing is that 2, 69/ 20
brought your bodies in jeopardy -- besides the common 2, 71/ 8
 
 JEWELS.................1
suspect, as many well-counterfeited jewels make the true mistrusted 2, 82/ 30
 
 JOHN...................9
with William White and John Mathew, sheriffs, and all 2, 24/ 17
Among these had they John Shaa -- cleric, brother 2, 58/ 22
was married unto one John Grey, a squire whom 2, 60/ 19
Whereupon he sent one John Green, whom he specially 2, 83/ 15
children to death. This John Green did his errand 2, 83/ 19
therefor; with which answer John Green returning, recounted the 2, 83/ 21
him he joined one John Dighton, his own horse-keeper 2, 85/ 14
this Miles Forest and John Dighton about midnight, the 2, 85/ 16
servant, who came to John Ward, a chamberer of 2, 88/ 5
 
 JOIN...................1
city of this realm, join with us, the nobles 2, 74/ 24
 
 JOINED.................6
each forgave other, and joined their hands together, when 2, 13/ 29
of so great wisdom joined with so great experience 2, 74/ 21
which title is now joined your election, the nobles 2, 80/ 2
beforetime. To him he joined one John Dighton, his 2, 85/ 14
duke in his top: joined gentlemen together in aid 2, 91/ 7
England, whereunto the Pope joined the honor of Cardinal 2, 91/ 15
 
 JOINT..................1
so far out of joint that it should never 2, 23/ 21
 
 JOINTURE...............1
had given her in jointure. Whom when the King 2, 60/ 31
 
 JOY....................1
caps in token of joy. And they that stood 2, 76/ 21
 
 JOYFUL.................2
abashed, in prosperity rather joyful than proud, in peace 2, 4/ 12
goodly cry and a joyful to hear, every man 2, 76/ 27
 
 JOYOUS.................1
received them in very joyous and amiable manner, nothing 2, 19/ 5
 
 JOYS...................1
innocent souls into the joys of heaven, leaving to 2, 85/ 22
 
 JUDGED.................3
he by Parliament, and judged to the death, and 2, 7/ 11
discretions ordered, and either judged or appeased. But one 2, 23/ 15
them beware: that they judged not the matter too 2, 23/ 16
 
 JUDGMENT...............5
have been well-visaged. Whose judgment seemeth me somewhat like 2, 55/ 28
caused them hastily, without judgment, process, or manner of 2, 57/ 30
would assent to that judgment, than to the dishonesty 2, 70/ 18
or flattery, gave that judgment. What? Cook, your own 2, 70/ 19
Howbeit, if the secret judgment of God have otherwise 2, 92/ 12
 
 JULY...................1
the sixth day of July. And that solemnity was 2, 82/ 10
 
 JUNE...................2
the thirteenth day of June -- many lords assembled 2, 46/ 28
the twenty-sixth day of June (after this mockish "election 2, 82/ 8
 
 JUST...................5
than proud, in peace just and merciful, in war 2, 4/ 12
same is, by the just course of inheritance, according 2, 73/ 33
his very right and just title. Which thing, I 2, 74/ 12
crown can by so just title appertain as to 2, 79/ 33
which he pretended himself just inheritor. And forasmuch as 2, 89/ 10
 
 JUSTICE................2
law and recourse to justice, was begun to be 2, 14/ 4
to Markham, then Chief Justice, that left his office 2, 70/ 17
 
 KEEP...................24
get away -- and keep himself close he would 2, 18/ 14
before, gentlemen and yeomen; keep your rooms." And thus 2, 19/ 2
to the wolf to keep. At which Council also 2, 25/ 1
Councillors, that she should keep in sanctuary the King's 2, 25/ 21
should be fain to keep sanctuary. For every man 2, 26/ 20
that caused her to keep him there. This is 2, 27/ 14
place of liberty, to keep their bodies out of 2, 30/ 10
angry with them that keep him there. And I 2, 32/ 19
their surety, let them keep it. But he can 2, 33/ 12
finally were determined to keep him, some of that 2, 34/ 1
be more expedient to keep him elsewhere. Which in 2, 35/ 28
order of the country, keep household in Wales, far 2, 35/ 30
to suffer you to keep him, lest your causeless 2, 37/ 13
place I intend to keep his brother, since etc 2, 39/ 24
here intend I to keep him, since man's law 2, 39/ 25
serveth the guardian to keep the infant, the law 2, 39/ 26
nature will the mother keep her child, God's law 2, 39/ 26
thought she could not keep him there, but that 2, 40/ 27
but I could here keep safe if I would 2, 41/ 20
in the other's body. Keep one safe and both 2, 41/ 29
brother in him, to keep, into your hands, of 2, 41/ 33
Power and strength to keep him if ye list 2, 42/ 2
sufficeth to get and keep well in one man's 2, 64/ 5
is in vain to keep in counsel that thing 2, 72/ 4
 
 KEEPETH................1
hall (where the Mayor keepeth the hustings), the Mayor 2, 69/ 5
 
 KEEPING................8
he, "not all in keeping from enemies or ill 2, 26/ 7
whole Council that her keeping of the King's brother 2, 34/ 8
in trust with his keeping but myself only, considering 2, 35/ 8
have him in his keeping, where if the child 2, 35/ 35
God send you good keeping. Let me kiss you 2, 42/ 9
getting of the garland, keeping it, losing and winning 2, 71/ 17
them and entangled them, keeping down by force the 2, 85/ 19
his coming, and so keeping himself close within his 2, 92/ 1