KEPT...................17
Duke of Clarence had kept him true to his 2, 9/ 4
time of his decease kept his household at Ludlow 2, 14/ 2
of Buckingham, "they have kept their dealing in these 2, 19/ 22
Chamberlain and some others kept still their offices that 2, 25/ 9
so many years been kept, which both kings and 2, 27/ 33
that so long have kept him, or is more 2, 35/ 16
he shall be best kept. And that is here 2, 36/ 22
king, was born and kept in his cradle and 2, 39/ 13
Street, where the Protector kept his household. The Protector 2, 44/ 32
For his dissimulation only kept all that mischief up 2, 45/ 30
the Lord Hastings, and kept him much in company 2, 46/ 9
death of King Edward kept Shore's wife -- on 2, 48/ 20
out, for shame, but kept him out of sight 2, 68/ 28
gotten is never well kept, through all the time 2, 82/ 14
hoped, being hindered and kept under by the means 2, 84/ 5
bear no peer -- kept him by secret drifts 2, 84/ 8
of the four that kept them -- a fellow 2, 85/ 12
 
 KEYS...................3
into their custody the keys of the inn, that 2, 17/ 29
Sir James all the keys of the Tower for 2, 84/ 22
letter delivered and the keys received, Sir James appointed 2, 84/ 25
 
 KILL...................3
whom he thought to kill; dispiteous and cruel, not 2, 8/ 9
from the altar and kill them, if their murder 2, 30/ 18
rob and reave and kill, and come in again 2, 31/ 15
 
 KILLED.................2
Westminster, and much victual killed therefor that afterward was 2, 47/ 1
Whom spared he that killed his own brother? Or 2, 71/ 28
 
 KILLING................1
-- as though the killing of his kinsmen could 2, 83/ 13
 
 KIN....................12
he was nearest of kin unto the Queen, so 2, 14/ 15
more honorable part of kin than his mother's side 2, 14/ 27
prudently made between his kin and hers in his 2, 16/ 29
the men of her kin were women too, and 2, 28/ 24
is none of her kin the less loved for 2, 28/ 25
that they be her kin, but for their own 2, 28/ 26
neither her nor her kin, yet were there no 2, 28/ 27
we besides be of kin. Whose honor if she 2, 28/ 29
lords of her honorable kin which as yet remained 2, 36/ 35
am so near of kin to the King? And 2, 37/ 5
by others of his kin, where all the parties 2, 63/ 17
blood, but nothing of kin in conditions. Then said 2, 84/ 18
 
 KIND...................5
destruction which if either kind or kindness had held 2, 6/ 1
else of a certain kind of fidelity to his 2, 48/ 22
not been for such kind words, she would never 2, 65/ 5
party. Which -- your kind minds borne to the 2, 72/ 29
and, in conclusion, all kind of men -- but 2, 81/ 24
 
 KINDLE.................2
of themselves easy to kindle, and in especial twain 2, 15/ 27
that she began to kindle and chafe and speak 2, 40/ 9
 
 KINDLED................1
set, that she rather kindled his desire than quenched 2, 61/ 17
 
 KINDLY.................3
to let him so kindly get her with child 2, 65/ 6
singular cause well and kindly to treat as any 2, 72/ 22
and make him a kindly king. Whereupon he sent 2, 83/ 14
 
 KINDNESS...............4
and take for greater kindness a little courtesy than 2, 5/ 21
if either kind or kindness had held place, must 2, 6/ 1
think that an hoverly kindness, suddenly contracted in one 2, 15/ 23
never have shown such kindness to him, to let 2, 65/ 6
 
 KINDRED................16
highly maligned the King's kindred (as women commonly, not 2, 7/ 6
heart-burning between the Queen's kindred and the King's blood 2, 9/ 28
in wanton company. Her kindred also bore him sore 2, 11/ 4
with other, either of kindred or affinity; which spiritual 2, 12/ 14
or affinity; which spiritual kindred of affinity, if the 2, 12/ 14
your king, affinity or kindred, this realm, your own 2, 13/ 23
custody of his mother's kindred, sequestered in manner from 2, 14/ 24
than any respect of kindred, they might peradventure easily 2, 15/ 11
the lords of her kindred should assemble in the 2, 16/ 16
put her and her kindred in the wite, and 2, 16/ 27
his king, nature and kindred proveth; whose innocence, to 2, 32/ 10
play but with their kindred -- with whom, for 2, 38/ 19
a kingdom knoweth no kindred. The brother hath been 2, 41/ 25
the taking of her kindred and of their putting 2, 48/ 3
lords of the Queen's kindred that were taken before 2, 52/ 7
to have been of kindred or alliance, near familiarity 2, 71/ 4
 
 KING...................211
King Edward, of that name 2, 3/ 1
be queen, wife unto King Henry the Seventh and 2, 3/ 8
benignity of her nephew King Henry the Eighth in 2, 3/ 16
interred at Windsor. A king of such governance and 2, 3/ 20
bore him grudge for King Henry's sake the Sixth 2, 4/ 4
have said) this noble king in that time in 2, 5/ 22
far forth advanced that, King Henry's blood (albeit he 2, 6/ 17
after the death of King Henry. But the Duke 2, 6/ 20
him the rule in King Harry's life, was with 2, 6/ 23
his father's death, deprived King Henry and attained the 2, 6/ 29
himself, intending to be king -- at the leastwise 2, 7/ 9
of malmsey, whose death King Edward (albeit he commanded 2, 7/ 14
with his own hands King Henry the Sixth, being 2, 8/ 14
or knowledge of the King, which would undoubtedly, if 2, 8/ 19
he long time in King Edward's life forethought to 2, 8/ 26
life forethought to be king in case that the 2, 8/ 27
in case that the king his brother (whose life 2, 8/ 27
his nephew the young king or enterprised to be 2, 9/ 4
or enterprised to be king himself. But of all 2, 9/ 5
self night in which King Edward died, one Mistlebrook 2, 9/ 8
showed unto Pottier that King Edward was departed. "By 2, 9/ 12
Duke of Gloucester, be king!" What cause he had 2, 9/ 13
with his own blood. King Edward in his life 2, 10/ 10
the great favor the King bore him, and also 2, 11/ 2
secretly familiar with the King in wanton company. Her 2, 11/ 3
well for that the King had made him captain 2, 11/ 5
come in presence, the King, lifting up himself and 2, 11/ 9
either God or your king, affinity or kindred, this 2, 13/ 22
surety." And therewithal the King, no longer enduring to 2, 13/ 24
As soon as the King was departed, the noble 2, 13/ 31
suffered that the young king, their master and kinsman 2, 14/ 23
say, removed from the King, and the less noble 2, 14/ 29
Ye remember, I trow, King Edward himself, albeit he 2, 15/ 4
better place with the King than any respect of 2, 15/ 10
we suffer this young king in our enemy's hand 2, 15/ 16
time were about the King intended to bring him 2, 16/ 5
and in which, the King being on their side 2, 16/ 10
should be jeopardous, the King to come up strong 2, 16/ 13
and honor of the King, if the lords of 2, 16/ 15
and peace that the king her husband so prudently 2, 16/ 28
brother being about the King; and over that, the 2, 17/ 2
band, wrote unto the King so reverently, and to 2, 17/ 4
earthly mistrusting, brought the King up in great haste 2, 17/ 6
company. Now was the King in his way to 2, 17/ 7
morrow to follow the King and be with him 2, 17/ 14
Stony Stratford, where the King lay, they had bestowed 2, 18/ 1
set distance between the King and them, and to 2, 18/ 20
where they found the King with his company ready 2, 18/ 27
they came to the King, and on their knees 2, 19/ 3
compassed to rule the King and the realm, and 2, 19/ 11
Unto which words the King answered, "What my brother 2, 19/ 18
presence, and brought the King and all back unto 2, 19/ 29
sent away from the King whom it pleased them 2, 19/ 31
governance of the young king, whom with much honor 2, 20/ 16
sorest wise: that the King her son was taken 2, 20/ 19
of power about the King, got herself in all 2, 20/ 28
they crown any other king than your son whom 2, 22/ 6
lords as against the King himself, in the disturbance 2, 22/ 26
especial commandment of the King -- secretly sent for 2, 22/ 32
whose troth toward the King no man doubted nor 2, 23/ 3
that side where the King is himself. With these 2, 23/ 24
shortly on with the King, in none other manner 2, 23/ 29
demean and govern the King at their pleasure. And 2, 24/ 2
hang them. When the King approached near to the 2, 24/ 16
be Protector of the King and his realm; so 2, 24/ 29
thinketh that loveth the King), let him consider that 2, 26/ 14
reasonable, and to the King and the duke his 2, 27/ 20
never so undevout a king that durst that sacred 2, 28/ 7
suffer him from the King as any of us 2, 28/ 32
of councillors about a king, that let his brother 2, 29/ 31
of course or the king of pity may. "Then 2, 30/ 22
harms, never pope nor king intended to privilege any 2, 32/ 1
hurt, that liberty the king, the law, and very 2, 32/ 4
whose love to his king, nature and kindred proveth 2, 32/ 9
why should not the king, leaving his body at 2, 32/ 23
the sanctuary? For neither king nor pope can give 2, 32/ 24
and honor to the King but also to the 2, 34/ 24
the company of the King, his brother. And in 2, 35/ 2
York were with the King, honorably, at his liberty 2, 35/ 23
then Prince and now King should, for his honor 2, 35/ 29
of kin to the King? And how far be 2, 37/ 6
his brother, because the King lacketh a playfellow' -- 2, 38/ 13
to play with the King but if his brother 2, 38/ 16
mine other son, now king, was born and kept 2, 39/ 13
brought him to the King his brother, unto the 2, 42/ 19
unto him straight after King Edward's death. But others 2, 43/ 1
him that the young king was offended with him 2, 43/ 11
without doubt the young king would be careful for 2, 43/ 15
himself than save the King, who with his brother 2, 43/ 19
aid to make him king, and that the Protector's 2, 44/ 2
never obtain it in King Edward's time. Besides these 2, 44/ 5
coronation of the young king -- as they would 2, 44/ 9
to make the Protector king. To which council albeit 2, 44/ 21
had the resort, the King in manner desolate. While 2, 44/ 33
much attendant about the King without the Protector's appointment 2, 45/ 4
of blood unto the King, and Protector of his 2, 47/ 23
that concubine whom the King, her husband, had most 2, 48/ 17
from the death of King Edward kept Shore's wife 2, 48/ 20
of reverence toward his King, or else of a 2, 48/ 22
beside the body of King Edward; whose both souls 2, 49/ 24
had been accused unto King Edward by the Lord 2, 51/ 19
them to rule the King and the realm at 2, 53/ 18
heart. But when the King had abused her, anon 2, 55/ 17
him altogether. When the King died, the Lord Chamberlain 2, 55/ 20
not without disport. The King would say that he 2, 56/ 5
wife, in whom the King therefore took special pleasure 2, 56/ 13
and relief. Where the King took displeasure, she would 2, 56/ 16
to do with the King, or for that wanton 2, 56/ 23
were taken from the King at Northampton and Stony 2, 57/ 19
too true to the King and too nigh to 2, 58/ 2
accept the Protector for king. In which, divers things 2, 59/ 17
allege bastardy, either in King Edward himself or in 2, 59/ 19
To lay bastardy in King Edward sounded openly to 2, 59/ 24
devised to surmise in King Edward's children -- that 2, 59/ 33
long before done, about King Edward's marriage. After that 2, 60/ 2
Edward's marriage. After that King Edward IV had deposed 2, 60/ 2
Edward IV had deposed King Henry VI and was 2, 60/ 3
conclude a marriage between King Edward and the king's 2, 60/ 8
by petition to the King, Dame Elizabeth Grey (which 2, 60/ 13
Queen Margaret, wife unto King Henry VI, was married 2, 60/ 18
Grey, a squire whom King Henry made knight upon 2, 60/ 21
at St. Alban's against King Edward. And little while 2, 60/ 22
humble suit unto the King that she might be 2, 60/ 29
jointure. Whom when the King beheld and heard her 2, 61/ 5
be his concubine. The King, much marveling of her 2, 61/ 25
difference as between the king and this widow. In 2, 62/ 16
his first marriage." The King, when his mother had 2, 63/ 1
would not be a king with that condition -- 2, 64/ 1
appeased, and seeing the King so set thereon that 2, 64/ 20
Elizabeth Lucy, whom the King had also, not long 2, 64/ 24
her conscience, that the King was sure to Dame 2, 64/ 28
durst not, or the King would not, proceed to 2, 64/ 31
was ensured unto the King, yet when she was 2, 65/ 1
was none impediment, the King with great feast and 2, 65/ 8
great puissance against the King, and came so fast 2, 65/ 16
and set up again King Henry VI, which was 2, 65/ 28
which was before by King Edward deposed -- and 2, 65/ 28
thing to make a king than to be a 2, 66/ 1
than to be a king. But nothing lasteth always 2, 66/ 1
always; for in conclusion King Edward returned, and, with 2, 66/ 2
by which he pretended King Edward's children to be 2, 66/ 11
the people that neither King Edward himself nor the 2, 66/ 18
verily the wife of King Edward, and so the 2, 66/ 22
after the death of King Henry VI, entailed by 2, 67/ 10
he declared then that King Edward was never lawfully 2, 67/ 13
And besides that, neither King Edward himself nor the 2, 67/ 23
he said also that King Edward was far off 2, 67/ 27
even there to cry "King Richard! King Richard!" -- 2, 68/ 5
to cry "King Richard! King Richard!" -- that it 2, 68/ 5
so far from crying "King Richard!" that they stood 2, 68/ 25
grant, but what the King of his good will 2, 70/ 3
pretext. For since the King, preventing the time of 2, 71/ 2
and honest till the King for his wanton lust 2, 72/ 1
you, the children of King Edward the Fourth were 2, 73/ 15
begotten, forasmuch as the King (living his very wife 2, 73/ 16
a child to their king." Wherefore, so much the 2, 74/ 18
them so good a king, and unto yourselves special 2, 74/ 30
proposition made have cried "King Richard! King Richard!" -- 2, 75/ 3
have cried "King Richard! King Richard!" -- all was 2, 75/ 3
Protector, to be your king -- or not." At 2, 76/ 11
their throats would give, "King Richard! King Richard!" -- 2, 76/ 19
would give, "King Richard! King Richard!" -- and threw 2, 76/ 20
noble man for your king, whereof we shall make 2, 76/ 30
love he bore unto King Edward and his children 2, 78/ 27
as should like the King to use him, he 2, 79/ 6
the realm was appointed King Edward's line should not 2, 79/ 17
suffer, in any wise, King Edward's line to govern 2, 79/ 30
a great shout crying "King Richard! King Richard!" And 2, 80/ 17
shout crying "King Richard! King Richard!" And then the 2, 80/ 17
went up to the King (for so was he 2, 80/ 18
-- there where the king himself sitteth and ministreth 2, 81/ 20
chiefest duty of a king to minister the laws 2, 81/ 22
innocent nephews, the young king and his tender brother 2, 82/ 18
prince of famous memory King Henry the Seventh, or 2, 83/ 1
it should be true. King Richard, after his coronation 2, 83/ 7
make him a kindly king. Whereupon he sent one 2, 83/ 14
recounted the same to King Richard at Warwick, yet 2, 83/ 22
upon this page's words, King Richard arose (for this 2, 84/ 14
conditions. Then said the King merrily to them, "What 2, 84/ 18
and took himself as king, had it showed unto 2, 84/ 28
in great haste to King Richard, and showed him 2, 86/ 1
honorable courage of a king!) Whereupon they say that 2, 86/ 6
the most famous prince King Henry VII, both Dighton 2, 86/ 11
Hill, beheaded for treason. King Richard himself, as ye 2, 87/ 4
The occasion whereupon the King and the Duke fell 2, 87/ 24
upon the death of King Edward, came to York 2, 88/ 3
solemn funeral service for King Edward, sent thither, in 2, 88/ 4
by the line of King Henry before deprived, the 2, 89/ 12
to look aright on King Richard, but ever feared 2, 89/ 16
feigning himself sick; and King Richard said it was 2, 89/ 22
men think that if King Richard had any such 2, 90/ 8
and that both to King Richard well known and 2, 90/ 14
by the commandment of King Richard) Doctor Morton, Bishop 2, 90/ 19
upon the part of King Henry while that part 2, 90/ 24
and the Prince while King Edward had the King 2, 90/ 26
King Edward had the King in prison -- never 2, 90/ 26
ye have heard, after King Edward's death first taken 2, 91/ 5
his troth to the King -- found the means 2, 91/ 6
together in aid of King Henry, devising first the 2, 91/ 7
marriage between him and King Edward's daughter -- by 2, 91/ 8
till the noble prince King Henry VII got him 2, 91/ 13
the glory of the King, and thereby feeling him 2, 91/ 24
praise and boast the King and show how much 2, 92/ 3
I would have wished, King Henry's son had had 2, 92/ 7
the crown, and not King Edward. But after that 2, 92/ 8
to lose it, and King Edward to reign -- 2, 92/ 8
So was I to King Edward faithful chaplain, and 2, 92/ 10
late Protector and now King . . ." And even there he 2, 92/ 14
he ended with the "King," and there so suddenly 2, 92/ 18
he procured of the King to have him in 2, 92/ 24
since he is now king in possession, I purpose 2, 93/ 18