LETTER.................3
the Tower, with a letter (and credence also) that 2, 83/ 17
to Brackenbury with a letter by which he was 2, 84/ 22
him commandment." After which letter delivered and the keys 2, 84/ 25
 
 LETTETH................1
to perceive that frowardness letteth her, and not fear 2, 29/ 11
 
 LETTING................2
he inwardly hated, not letting to kiss whom he 2, 8/ 9
no great mastery, we letting her alone), all the 2, 29/ 30
 
 LIBERAL................1
somewhat above his power liberal; with large gifts he 2, 8/ 4
 
 LIBERTY................12
and reavers walking at liberty, uncorrected. And for this 2, 14/ 6
conveyed to his farther liberty. Wherefore, incontinent, at the 2, 25/ 17
break the immunity and liberty of that sacred sanctuary 2, 28/ 11
have some place of liberty, to keep their bodies 2, 30/ 9
unlawfully take hurt, that liberty the king, the law 2, 32/ 4
leaving his body at liberty, satisfy the party of 2, 32/ 23
the owner, and only liberty reserved him to get 2, 32/ 31
it, whose life or liberty can by no lawful 2, 33/ 13
presence -- at his liberty, out of that place 2, 34/ 18
King, honorably, at his liberty, to the comfort of 2, 35/ 24
the sanctuary. Serveth this liberty for my person only 2, 38/ 26
to forbear mine own liberty in choice of my 2, 64/ 2
 
 LICENSE................5
pass forth without their license. And over this, in 2, 17/ 30
they should give other license; forasmuch as the dukes 2, 18/ 5
have done, but a license also to do more 2, 31/ 17
would pardon them and license them to purpose unto 2, 77/ 31
Duke, by the Protector's license, a little rounded as 2, 79/ 13
 
 LIE....................5
in what plight I lie, you see and I 2, 11/ 12
but it should not lie in his power. And 2, 18/ 21
honest man cometh to lie. Which honorable preacher, ye 2, 73/ 8
little cause had to lie, were these two noble 2, 86/ 14
it for me to lie; for if I would 2, 92/ 5
 
 LIEF...................1
to no man so lief, since he well wist 2, 45/ 22
 
 LIEFER.................2
other, yet had I liefer that men should see 2, 50/ 20
children, that them were liefer to lose all that 2, 72/ 15
 
 LIEGE..................1
such matters." "Yea, my liege," quoth the Duke of 2, 19/ 21
 
 LIETH..................2
each of their lives lieth in the other's body 2, 41/ 29
quoth his page, "there lieth one on your pallet 2, 83/ 28
 
 LIFE...................26
and observed a religious life in Dartford, an house 2, 3/ 11
any part of his life as at the time 2, 3/ 25
part of a long life -- and many of 2, 4/ 7
time in which his life was most desired; whose 2, 5/ 23
rule in King Harry's life, was with many nobles 2, 6/ 24
the course of his life many things unnaturally committed 2, 7/ 29
no man's death whose life withstood his purpose. He 2, 8/ 13
time in King Edward's life forethought to be king 2, 8/ 27
king his brother (whose life he looked that evil 2, 8/ 28
Duke of Clarence, whose life must needs have hindered 2, 9/ 2
King Edward in his life, albeit that this dissension 2, 10/ 10
if God send them life and you love. Of 2, 13/ 12
Prince was in the life of his father sent 2, 14/ 7
many a good man's life. And I trust," quoth 2, 28/ 12
to deserve it, whose life or liberty can by 2, 33/ 13
Lord Hastings, "on my life, never doubt you. For 2, 45/ 15
for fear lest his life should have quailed their 2, 46/ 11
doted in the King's life, saving, as it is 2, 48/ 21
good hope in his life -- which self thing 2, 51/ 12
great dread in my life as I did when 2, 52/ 10
I never in my life so merry, nor never 2, 52/ 12
surest, he lost his life, and that within two 2, 52/ 15
and soon after his life, for very shame of 2, 59/ 5
let me have my life yet, though I lose 2, 85/ 2
ever feared his own life, so far forth that 2, 89/ 16
mercy, well changed his life. This man, therefore, as 2, 91/ 17
 
 LIFTING................1
in presence, the King, lifting up himself and underset 2, 11/ 9
 
 LIGHT..................5
youth namely, which is light of belief and soon 2, 15/ 3
man think this consideration light (which I think no 2, 26/ 14
slight, though it seem light, well pondering that their 2, 34/ 27
the truth coming to light, the rightful inheritors be 2, 67/ 3
never since come to light. Very truth is it 2, 86/ 9
 
 LIGHTED................1
in his presence, they lighted adown, with all their 2, 19/ 1
 
 LIGHTLY................2
out of the church lightly to any place but 2, 56/ 9
came home, he so lightly turned from him and 2, 89/ 5
 
 LIGHTNESS..............1
indeed) to his overmuch lightness that he so suddenly 2, 22/ 29
 
 LIKE...................22
such be my children like to find you. Which 2, 11/ 15
the most harm there like to fall where she 2, 16/ 26
came there one, in like wise not long after 2, 21/ 3
Great Seal, which in like wise as that noble 2, 22/ 9
that place and others like have been of long 2, 30/ 3
or is more tenderly like to cherish him than 2, 35/ 16
the case is not like; for the one was 2, 35/ 33
before to meet in like manner together in the 2, 51/ 18
so forth farther about, like a wind in every 2, 52/ 24
judgment seemeth me somewhat like as though men should 2, 55/ 28
let not them that like them to wed them 2, 63/ 27
him out of sight, like an owl. And when 2, 68/ 29
Protector that it may like His Grace, at our 2, 74/ 10
Grace that it would like him, of his accustomed 2, 78/ 12
as far as should like the King to use 2, 79/ 6
And after that, upon like pardon desired and obtained 2, 79/ 15
Wherefore if it would like His Grace to take 2, 79/ 20
Tyrell -- of person like, and brethren of blood 2, 84/ 17
despite torn and tugged like a cur dog. And 2, 87/ 6
his countenance and manner like one always ready to 2, 87/ 15
Ward, a chamberer of like secret trust with the 2, 88/ 6
not have found the like favor. The Bishop right 2, 92/ 26
 
 LIKED..................4
about him, such as liked better them than him 2, 20/ 1
as it was, it liked them to whom it 2, 66/ 13
in whom he anything liked, either person or favor 2, 72/ 8
to purpose what him liked, verily trusting, for the 2, 78/ 7
 
 LIKELIHOOD.............3
nephews (as opportunity and likelihood of speed putteth a 2, 9/ 24
said, in that, of likelihood as he thought. Thereupon 2, 42/ 18
wit, would never of likelihood have inclined thereunto. But 2, 79/ 26
 
 LIKELY.................14
For he was not likely to speak it of 2, 9/ 16
be thanked) quiet, and likely right well to prosper 2, 13/ 10
ensue -- which was likely not to be little 2, 16/ 25
hap, as it were likely, to come to a 2, 23/ 22
her, is it not likely enough that she shall 2, 29/ 26
him; which she was likely to mind after this 2, 34/ 4
And that it was likely that as the Protector 2, 43/ 22
we might be as likely to make them true 2, 50/ 15
the boar a cause likely to raze us with 2, 50/ 17
meet to be trusted, likely to be induced to 2, 58/ 14
already; which were not likely to take it well 2, 62/ 7
own; which he thought likely to bear him so 2, 63/ 11
neither of us is likely to be barren. And 2, 64/ 12
up in great wealth, likely long to live to 2, 86/ 16