LIKENESS...............2
image, the plain, express likeness of that noble duke 2, 67/ 32
image, the plain, express likeness of the noble duke 2, 68/ 20
 
 LIKETH.................1
I marry where it liketh me. And I am 2, 63/ 28
 
 LIMBS..................1
of stature, ill-featured of limbs, crookbacked, his left shoulder 2, 7/ 20
 
 LINCOLN................1
Doctor Russell, Bishop of Lincoln, a wise man and 2, 25/ 5
 
 LINE...................3
was appointed King Edward's line should not any longer 2, 79/ 17
any wise, King Edward's line to govern them, whom 2, 79/ 31
the crown by the line of King Henry before 2, 89/ 12
 
 LINEAMENTS.............2
behavior as in the lineaments and favor of his 2, 67/ 29
behavior as in the lineaments and favor of his 2, 68/ 17
 
 LINGERED...............1
young babe his brother lingered in thought and heaviness 2, 85/ 9
 
 LION...................3
tale, that when the lion had proclaimed that on 2, 93/ 2
well enough -- the lion meant not by thee 2, 93/ 8
warrant you, neither the lion nor the boar shall 2, 93/ 11
 
 LIPS...................1
and gnawing on his lips, and so sat him 2, 47/ 17
 
 LIST...................6
take sanctuary because she list to run from her 2, 32/ 33
keep him if ye list, neither lack ye of 2, 42/ 2
and spoil whom they list, uncontrolled. And much matter 2, 53/ 19
larger proof than themselves list to make. Now then 2, 66/ 14
of his good will list to grant, but what 2, 70/ 3
of his good will list to take! Which never 2, 70/ 4
 
 LITTLE.................29
for greater kindness a little courtesy than a great 2, 5/ 21
far under them both: little of stature, ill-featured of 2, 7/ 19
and unto us no little jeopardy to suffer our 2, 15/ 1
likely not to be little, and the most harm 2, 16/ 25
to the Queen, a little before the midnight following 2, 20/ 18
mischief, the sanctuary would little let them. Which good 2, 29/ 22
so newly rather a little amended than well recovered 2, 35/ 7
color will let as little to procure their destruction 2, 36/ 30
not as far too little." And therewith she said 2, 42/ 8
council were close. For little and little all folk 2, 44/ 31
close. For little and little all folk withdrew from 2, 44/ 31
in the one place, little wot we whereof they 2, 45/ 14
day. And after a little talking with them, he 2, 47/ 5
spare him for a little while, departed thence. And 2, 47/ 12
have soon." But so little wist the other what 2, 51/ 10
he meant, and so little mistrusted, that he was 2, 51/ 11
against King Edward. And little while enjoyed he that 2, 60/ 23
maid, only for a little wanton dotage upon her 2, 62/ 12
neither loveth me so little to grudge at that 2, 63/ 31
take! Which never asked little, but everything was hawsed 2, 70/ 4
might thereby see how little the Protector looked for 2, 77/ 21
was already in this little while of his protectorship 2, 79/ 8
the Protector's license, a little rounded as well with 2, 79/ 13
one should con so little good to show out 2, 81/ 2
that much knew and little cause had to lie 2, 86/ 14
that the Duke, a little before the coronation, among 2, 89/ 8
then balk out a little braid of envy toward 2, 91/ 24
to turn me to little good and you to 2, 93/ 16
hath already right many (little needing my praise), it 2, 93/ 22
 
 LIVE...................6
while I look to live with you, the more 2, 11/ 13
stolen goods, and there live thereon. There devise they 2, 31/ 13
were so glad to live under his obeisance as 2, 78/ 23
would be content to live; and with his labor 2, 79/ 6
of God longer to live than we intend to 2, 80/ 16
wealth, likely long to live to reign and rule 2, 86/ 16
 
 LIVED..................2
after that he had lived fifty and three years 2, 3/ 1
continually, each of them lived in such hatred and 2, 89/ 23
 
 LIVES..................3
dignity, but also their lives. But forasmuch as this 2, 6/ 8
and each of their lives lieth in the other's 2, 41/ 29
never had in their lives heard so evil a 2, 75/ 13
 
 LIVETH.................3
last (for yet she liveth), is by the benignity 2, 3/ 16
her (for yet she liveth) deem her never to 2, 55/ 27
never die while he liveth." While these words were 2, 68/ 21
 
 LIVING.................10
the patrons of ungracious living! Now unthrifts riot and 2, 31/ 6
him to get his living with the labor of 2, 32/ 31
with his prince; of living somewhat dissolute; plain and 2, 52/ 19
as in the vicious living and inordinate abusion of 2, 53/ 25
less marvel if ungracious living brought him to an 2, 53/ 29
also, that hated her living and glad were to 2, 55/ 3
many at this day living, that at this day 2, 57/ 12
forasmuch as the King (living his very wife, Dame 2, 73/ 16
him that, his nephews living, men would not reckon 2, 83/ 11
honor of Cardinal. Thus living many days in as 2, 91/ 15
 
 LO.....................4
way as they went: "Lo, here be the barrels 2, 24/ 8
to great reproach. For lo, here is," quoth she 2, 41/ 18
I met here. And lo how the world is 2, 52/ 11
were a king's sons. (Lo the honorable courage of 2, 86/ 5
 
 LOATH..................7
she would be as loath to suffer him from 2, 28/ 31
believed and was also loath to hear, he said 2, 40/ 11
loved him well, and loath was to have lost 2, 46/ 10
well, he will be loath to take upon him 2, 74/ 13
albeit he will be loath, as I have said 2, 74/ 22
people before -- and loath was with that matter 2, 75/ 26
which they would be loath to hear, then must 2, 79/ 23
 
 LODGED.................1
and the Lord Rivers lodged, the dukes secretly with 2, 17/ 18
 
 LODGING................2
forward, to leave that lodging for them, because it 2, 18/ 29
lay, into the sanctuary, lodging herself and her company 2, 21/ 1
 
 LODGINGS...............1
in their inns and lodgings about, giving them commandment 2, 17/ 24
 
 LOG....................1
down upon a long log of timber and there 2, 49/ 22
 
 LONDON.................14
mayor and aldermen of London to him for none 2, 5/ 15
his son drew toward London -- which at the 2, 14/ 1
in his way to London gone from Northampton, when 2, 17/ 8
into the Tower of London and thence taken out 2, 19/ 14
the whole Council at London; saving that somewhat they 2, 19/ 17
lords assembled together at London. Toward which meeting, the 2, 22/ 27
day be beheaded at London. Then said the Protector 2, 48/ 6
caused the bishop of London to put her to 2, 54/ 27
woman was born in London, worshipfully friended, honestly brought 2, 55/ 8
in the Tower of London, and about the selfsame 2, 57/ 17
knight, then Mayor of London, which upon trust of 2, 58/ 17
unto the Guildhall in London the Duke of Buckingham 2, 69/ 2
Mayor and Recorder of London. And after that, upon 2, 79/ 14
the Protector rode through London toward his coronation, he 2, 89/ 17