KING'S.................53
which highly maligned the King's kindred (as women commonly 2, 7/ 6
Queen's kindred and the King's blood, either party envying 2, 9/ 29
Queen, claimed of the King's former promise) as for 2, 11/ 6
quoth he, "saving the King's pleasure, was full unmeet 2, 14/ 28
atonement, in which the King's pleasure had more place 2, 15/ 20
his office and the King's favor. These two -- 2, 15/ 31
utterly remove from the King's company all his mother's 2, 16/ 2
should assemble in the King's name much people, they 2, 16/ 16
people, not for the King's safeguard -- whom no 2, 16/ 19
the Lord Rivers, the King's uncle, intending on the 2, 17/ 13
day attend upon the King's Highness out of that 2, 18/ 7
Lord Richard Grey, the King's other brother by his 2, 19/ 8
thence taken out the King's treasure, and sent men 2, 19/ 15
Vaughan, knight, in the King's presence, and brought the 2, 19/ 24
gone back with the King's Grace from Stony Stratford 2, 21/ 10
surety, not for the King's jeopardy; and that they 2, 23/ 11
other lords of the King's Council, indifferently examined, and 2, 23/ 13
anger and disturbing the King's coronation, toward which the 2, 23/ 19
great malice toward the King's Councillors, that she should 2, 25/ 21
keep in sanctuary the King's brother from him, whose 2, 25/ 22
be trusted with the King's brother that by the 2, 25/ 30
were appointed, as the King's nearest friends, to the 2, 25/ 31
dishonor both of the King's Highness and of all 2, 26/ 17
far) -- that the King's brother should be fain 2, 26/ 20
as both tendereth the King's weal and the honor 2, 26/ 27
not refuse, for the King's sake and ours, and 2, 27/ 1
young duke himself, the King's most honorable brother and 2, 27/ 2
mine advice, by the King's authority fetch him out 2, 27/ 9
we should hate the King's noble brother, to whose 2, 28/ 28
her keeping of the King's brother in that place 2, 34/ 9
and displeasure of the King's royal majesty. To whose 2, 34/ 12
be brought unto the King's presence -- at his 2, 34/ 18
was sometime to the king's enemy. In which place 2, 39/ 23
great quantity of the King's treasure and of his 2, 44/ 7
honorable solemnity of the King's coronation, of which the 2, 46/ 30
somewhat doted in the King's life, saving, as it 2, 48/ 21
far fallen into the King's indignation, and stood in 2, 51/ 22
the city in the King's name, containing that the 2, 53/ 13
evil counselor to the King's father, enticing him to 2, 53/ 21
dread commandment of the King's Highness and of his 2, 53/ 30
her incline unto the King's appetite when he required 2, 55/ 13
presuming to touch a King's concubine), left her up 2, 55/ 18
her; which in the King's days, albeit he was 2, 55/ 21
King Edward and the king's daughter of Spain. In 2, 60/ 8
she well espied the King's affection toward her so 2, 61/ 19
with child. Wherefore the King's mother objected openly against 2, 64/ 27
she was by the King's mother and many others 2, 64/ 34
at any time the King's enemies; which was, at 2, 71/ 6
as was in the king's days that dead is 2, 71/ 15
men know -- the King's greedy appetite was insatiable 2, 72/ 5
the Court of the King's Bench, declared to the 2, 81/ 16
might there "accomplish the King's pleasure" in such thing 2, 84/ 24
because they were a king's sons. (Lo the honorable 2, 86/ 5
 
 KINGDOM................6
thrust out of his kingdom, I fled hither, being 2, 39/ 17
less land than a kingdom! I can no more 2, 39/ 33
the desire of a kingdom knoweth no kindred. The 2, 41/ 24
unto the crown and kingdom of the same. For 2, 73/ 12
royal estate, preeminence, and kingdom of the two noble 2, 80/ 9
though I lose my kingdom." Then he that told 2, 85/ 2
 
 KINGS..................5
the realm always find kings, and peradventure as good 2, 13/ 14
and peradventure as good kings. But if you among 2, 13/ 14
been kept, which both kings and popes so good 2, 27/ 33
people, that he made kings and put down kings 2, 65/ 31
kings and put down kings almost at his pleasure 2, 65/ 32
 
 KINGS'.................1
that these matters be kings' games -- as it 2, 81/ 6
 
 KINSFOLK...............2
had imprisoned the Queen's kinsfolk, and gotten both her 2, 43/ 5
his brother and his kinsfolk he saw in such 2, 43/ 19
 
 KINSFOLK'S.............1
with him for his kinsfolk's sakes, and that if 2, 43/ 12
 
 KINSMAN................1
king, their master and kinsman, should be in the 2, 14/ 23
 
 KINSMEN................2
My lords, my dear kinsmen and allies, in what 2, 11/ 11
the killing of his kinsmen could amend his cause 2, 83/ 13
 
 KIRTLE.................1
all array save her kirtle only, yet went she 2, 54/ 31
 
 KISS...................3
hated, not letting to kiss whom he thought to 2, 8/ 9
good keeping. Let me kiss you once yet ere 2, 42/ 9
knoweth when we shall kiss together again." And therewith 2, 42/ 10
 
 KISSED.................2
again." And therewith she kissed him and blessed him 2, 42/ 11
in his arms and kissed him, with these words 2, 42/ 16
 
 KNAVE..................1
big, broad, square, strong knave. Then, all the others 2, 85/ 15
 
 KNEELING...............1
his errand unto Brackenbury (kneeling before our Lady in 2, 83/ 19
 
 KNEES..................2
the courtesy of men's knees with the loss of 2, 13/ 6
King, and on their knees, in very humble wise 2, 19/ 4
 
 KNEW...................12
The lords whom he knew at variance, himself in 2, 4/ 31
being toward him, anything knew that he such thing 2, 9/ 15
far forth, ere they knew the truth; nor, turning 2, 23/ 16
But others again, which knew better the subtle wit 2, 43/ 2
few men what he knew. Howbeit, somewhat the dealing 2, 44/ 29
there present but well knew that his harm was 2, 48/ 18
Thus say they that knew her in her youth 2, 55/ 26
knights, more than haply knew the message that they 2, 69/ 4
but if he first knew some part of their 2, 77/ 17
it that he partly knew the things by them 2, 78/ 26
his death which only knew it, could never since 2, 86/ 8
of them that much knew and little cause had 2, 86/ 14
 
 KNEWEST................1
quoth he, "if thou knewest as much as I 2, 52/ 5
 
 KNIGHT.................9
and Sir Thomas Vaughan, knight, in the King's presence 2, 19/ 24
were up, came a knight unto him, as it 2, 51/ 1
of great authority. This knight, when it happed the 2, 51/ 5
man -- a good knight and a gentle, of 2, 52/ 17
of Sir Richard Radcliff, knight, whose service the Protector 2, 57/ 21
fear of God. This knight -- bringing them out 2, 57/ 26
of counsel Edmund Shaa, knight, then Mayor of London 2, 58/ 16
whom King Henry made knight upon the field that 2, 60/ 21
say, there made him knight. But he allowed not 2, 86/ 3
 
 KNIGHT'S...............1
by descent held by knight's service, the law maketh 2, 38/ 30