LAPPED.................1
the chamber and suddenly lapped them up among the 2, 85/ 18
 
 LARGE..................2
his power liberal; with large gifts he got him 2, 8/ 5
have place more at large to treat if we 2, 82/ 32
 
 LARGER.................1
be compelled to no larger proof than themselves list 2, 66/ 14
 
 LASHED.................1
of goods to be lashed out among unthrifts, so 2, 69/ 30
 
 LAST...................13
adversity -- at the last, if this be the 2, 3/ 15
if this be the last (for yet she liveth 2, 3/ 15
in the summer, the last that ever he saw 2, 5/ 13
parties. But in his last sickness, when he perceived 2, 10/ 14
the best, and at last chief and above the 2, 12/ 26
again. Wherefore in these last words that ever I 2, 13/ 17
manner present with this last night's cheer, in so 2, 18/ 12
May, the first and last year of his reign 2, 24/ 22
trust. And at the last she took the young 2, 41/ 13
and namely the night last past, next before his 2, 53/ 27
Paul's Cross on Sunday last past, the right and 2, 73/ 10
bees; till at the last, in the nether end 2, 76/ 15
disclose, that at the last he came forth of 2, 77/ 26
 
 LASTED.................1
the while (but it lasted not long) far fallen 2, 51/ 22
 
 LASTETH................1
a king. But nothing lasteth always; for in conclusion 2, 66/ 1
 
 LATE...................9
which he was so late before, he was suddenly 2, 24/ 25
small lands as her late husband had given her 2, 60/ 30
of the Lord Richard, late Duke of York, calling 2, 67/ 8
lawfully coming of the late noble prince Richard, Duke 2, 73/ 30
most dear father, Richard, late Duke of York; to 2, 80/ 2
all things were in late days so covertly demeaned 2, 82/ 25
the time of the late noble prince of famous 2, 83/ 1
And as for the late Protector and now King 2, 92/ 14
lord, as for the late Protector, since he is 2, 93/ 18
 
 LATE-MADE..............1
less need for the late-made atonement, in which the 2, 15/ 19
 
 LATTER.................3
clean-made; howbeit, in his latter days, with overliberal diet 2, 4/ 18
over that, in his latter days lessened and well 2, 4/ 25
which time of his latter days, this realm was 2, 4/ 26
 
 LAUD...................1
him, and to the laud of God, profit of 2, 78/ 20
 
 LAUGHED................3
-- and therewith he laughed upon him, as though 2, 51/ 9
that nevertheless every man laughed at to hear it 2, 54/ 23
then?'" The Duke laughed merrily at the tale 2, 93/ 10
 
 LAW....................16
by war, but by law, to challenge the crown 2, 6/ 15
which by nature and law most ought to agree 2, 12/ 21
far off from the law and recourse to justice 2, 14/ 4
appointed in the Old Law. For if either necessity 2, 30/ 20
serveth, which either the law granteth of course or 2, 30/ 22
liberty the king, the law, and very nature forbiddeth 2, 32/ 4
plainly that by the law of God and of 2, 32/ 28
by knight's service, the law maketh his mother his 2, 38/ 30
himself, yet since the law committeth to me the 2, 39/ 2
him -- except the law give a child a 2, 39/ 4
keep him, since man's law serveth the guardian to 2, 39/ 25
keep the infant, the law of nature will the 2, 39/ 26
keep her child, God's law privilegeth the sanctuary, and 2, 39/ 27
no further than the law feareth, which, as learned 2, 39/ 31
according to the common law of this land, devolved 2, 74/ 1
sitteth and ministreth the law -- because he considered 2, 81/ 21
 
 LAWFUL.................6
only, but also of lawful hurt. For against unlawful 2, 31/ 30
place wherein it is lawful one man to do 2, 32/ 3
a man is by lawful means in peril -- 2, 32/ 7
liberty can by no lawful process stand in jeopardy 2, 33/ 14
that the Protector's only lawful son should marry the 2, 44/ 2
For lack of which lawful coupling, and also of 2, 73/ 23
 
 LAWFULLY...............10
other cause, he may lawfully, without any displeasure to 2, 33/ 1
Duke of Clarence were lawfully begotten, nor were not 2, 66/ 19
heir, of his body lawfully begotten, was only the 2, 67/ 12
King Edward was never lawfully married unto the Queen 2, 67/ 13
the Fourth were never lawfully begotten, forasmuch as the 2, 73/ 16
Elizabeth Lucy) was never lawfully married unto the Queen 2, 73/ 17
lack of other issue lawfully coming of the late 2, 73/ 30
as to the very lawfully begotten son of the 2, 74/ 2
his right and title lawfully descended unto him, and 2, 78/ 20
as very right heir, lawfully begotten of the body 2, 80/ 1
 
 LAWLESS................1
the execution of such lawless enterprises, as a man 2, 57/ 23
 
 LAWS...................4
man well-learned in the laws of this land, and 2, 45/ 25
right generation after the laws of matrimony, then declared 2, 66/ 30
the misconstruing of the laws of this realm for 2, 70/ 15
king to minister the laws. Then, with as pleasant 2, 81/ 22
 
 LAWYERS................1
-- but specially the lawyers of this realm. And 2, 81/ 25
 
 LAY....................10
Stratford, where the King lay, they had bestowed certain 2, 18/ 1
in which she then lay, into the sanctuary, lodging 2, 20/ 30
there present, he durst lay his own body and 2, 40/ 14
where any of it lay in their own body 2, 41/ 23
Lord Chamberlain's power chiefly lay. But surely great pity 2, 45/ 28
treason, with whom he lay nightly, and namely the 2, 53/ 27
Prince by him. To lay bastardy in King Edward 2, 59/ 24
let the bishop hardily lay it in my way 2, 64/ 17
Castle, where the Protector lay. To which place repaired 2, 77/ 11
ill rest a nights, lay long waking and musing 2, 87/ 16
 
 LEAD...................1
follow him than to lead him. For when the 2, 92/ 2
 
 LEADING................1
subject, no great occasion leading thereunto, no possessions or 2, 62/ 10
 
 LEAN...................1
now is she old, lean, withered, and dried up 2, 55/ 30
 
 LEANED.................1
only all the matter leaned, procured the Protector hastily 2, 46/ 20
 
 LEANETH................1
Hastings to this messenger, "leaneth my lord thy master 2, 50/ 10
 
 LEAP...................2
his company ready to leap on horseback and depart 2, 18/ 28
suddenly sometimes start up, leap out of his bed 2, 87/ 18
 
 LEARNED................4
I by credible information learned: that the self night 2, 9/ 7
ward; for, as my learned counsel showeth me, since 2, 38/ 29
law feareth, which, as learned men tell me, forbiddeth 2, 39/ 31
thus, as I have learned of them that much 2, 86/ 14
 
 LEARNING...............3
for opinion of their learning, and had no scrupulous 2, 58/ 21
preachers, both of more learning than virtue, of more 2, 58/ 25
of more fame than learning. For they were before 2, 58/ 25
 
 LEAST..................4
to fall where she least would -- all the 2, 16/ 26
from them whom he least suspected. For the state 2, 43/ 25
she of all folk least make Shore's wife of 2, 48/ 15
was best bore always least rule, and more suit 2, 71/ 31
 
 LEASTWISE..............2
king -- at the leastwise, heinous treason was there 2, 7/ 9
is there at the leastwise some fear. And herein 2, 33/ 7