LONDONWARD.............1
on his way to Londonward. And after secret meeting 2, 88/ 18
 
 LONG...................36
Surrey. And Catherine, which, long time tossed in either 2, 3/ 14
great part of a long life -- and many 2, 4/ 7
Duke, not enduring so long to tarry, but intending 2, 6/ 21
deem, think that he long time in King Edward's 2, 8/ 26
Edward died, one Mistlebrook, long ere morning, came in 2, 9/ 9
must it needs be long ere any good conclusion 2, 11/ 26
Great variance hath there long been between you, not 2, 12/ 4
power, the one by long succession from his ancestry 2, 15/ 30
in like wise not long after midnight, from the 2, 21/ 3
no further attempt as long as he had but 2, 25/ 13
like have been of long continued, I am not 2, 30/ 3
now be, and so long have been that I 2, 31/ 3
The residue, since so long ago I wot ne'er 2, 31/ 20
than I that so long have kept him, or 2, 35/ 16
which I pray God long to continue. And as 2, 39/ 14
though all should not long be well, though they 2, 44/ 24
been from them so long, saying merrily that he 2, 47/ 4
laid down upon a long log of timber and 2, 49/ 22
Whereto talk you so long with that priest? You 2, 51/ 8
but it lasted not long) far fallen into the 2, 51/ 22
therewith of itself so long a process, that every 2, 54/ 6
the beauty of one long before departed, by her 2, 55/ 29
man that had been long secret with him, having 2, 57/ 24
repeat you some things long before done, about King 2, 60/ 1
King had also, not long before, gotten with child 2, 64/ 25
not in their blood long, but, the truth coming 2, 67/ 2
wot well ye have long time lacked and sorely 2, 69/ 17
from thence. And peace long after not much surer 2, 71/ 24
Fogge, whom he had long deadly hated, should be 2, 81/ 32
more folks' folly so long space abusing the world 2, 82/ 23
of death, and after, long lying still -- to 2, 85/ 25
in great wealth, likely long to live to reign 2, 86/ 16
rest a nights, lay long waking and musing, sore 2, 87/ 16
had he outward no long time in rest. For 2, 87/ 21
whose several titles had long inquieted the land -- 2, 91/ 11
tell you, by the long and often alternate proof 2, 91/ 18
 
 LONG-ACCUSTOMED........1
their stomachs than a long-accustomed malice many years rooted 2, 15/ 24
 
 LONG-CONTINUED.........4
many princes by a long-continued sovereignty decline into a 2, 5/ 10
helped to maintain, a long-continued grudge and heart-burning between 2, 9/ 27
among us never so long-continued dissension, nor so many 2, 71/ 13
pity to behold the long-continued distress and decay of 2, 78/ 14
 
 LONGED.................6
for whom she never longed. Which was haply the 2, 55/ 12
time lacked and sorely longed for, that ye would 2, 69/ 17
of himself and also longed sore to wit what 2, 78/ 6
high heart and sore longed upward, not rising yet 2, 84/ 4
and no farther. Then longed the Duke sore to 2, 92/ 17
you to less." Then longed the Duke yet much 2, 93/ 16
 
 LONGER.................10
therewithal the King, no longer enduring to sit up 2, 13/ 24
safeguard, and there no longer should remain than till 2, 23/ 12
Queen waxed ever the longer, the farther off, and 2, 40/ 9
that he would no longer dispute the matter. But 2, 40/ 12
short shrift, for a longer would not be suffered 2, 49/ 15
was disposed utterly no longer to bide -- he 2, 49/ 32
was thoroughly determined no longer to tarry, but had 2, 50/ 7
the same used any longer to continue, have condescended 2, 74/ 8
line should not any longer reign upon them -- 2, 79/ 17
never ask of God longer to live than we 2, 80/ 15
 
 LONGING................2
to mischief -- first longing to be next the 2, 12/ 25
Sir William Catesby, which, longing for no more partners 2, 84/ 6
 
 LOOK...................9
the less while I look to live with you 2, 11/ 13
words that ever I look to speak with you 2, 13/ 17
the realm? Verily, I look for none other. And 2, 29/ 27
of pity may. "Then look me now how few 2, 30/ 24
the more warily to look to him, and the 2, 41/ 11
is so unreasonable to look that I should in 2, 63/ 32
and never after durst look out, for shame, but 2, 68/ 28
not so proud to look therefor -- that ye 2, 73/ 3
after could endure to look aright on King Richard 2, 89/ 15
 
 LOOKED.................9
such as no man looked for; the people toward 2, 4/ 28
brother (whose life he looked that evil diet should 2, 8/ 28
be lost ere they looked therefor. For of one 2, 10/ 7
he received, that they looked for. When these lords 2, 11/ 7
had said -- and looked that the people, whom 2, 75/ 1
fear, or that each looked that other should speak 2, 75/ 14
how little the Protector looked for this matter, they 2, 77/ 22
heard the proposition, he looked very strangely thereat, and 2, 78/ 25
that the Duke verily looked to have been murdered 2, 89/ 24
 
 LOOKERS-ON.............1
men be but the lookers-on. And they that wise 2, 81/ 8
 
 LOOKETH................1
I think, no man looketh that we should remember 2, 70/ 12
 
 LOOKING................2
that also needeth good looking to, hath a while 2, 35/ 6
so suddenly, nothing less looking for than to have 2, 41/ 1
 
 LORD...................113
married unto Thomas, then Lord Howard, and after Earl 2, 3/ 13
and in especial the Lord Marquis Dorset, the Queen's 2, 10/ 27
husband, and Richard the Lord Hastings, a noble man 2, 10/ 28
a noble man then Lord Chamberlain, against whom the 2, 11/ 1
Calais (which office the Lord Rivers, brother to the 2, 11/ 5
of fleshly consanguinity. Our Lord forbid that you love 2, 12/ 18
the love that our Lord beareth to us all 2, 13/ 20
appointed Sir Anthony Woodville (Lord Rivers and brother unto 2, 14/ 11
as we? But our Lord hath wrought his will 2, 15/ 14
of Buckingham, and Richard, Lord Hastings and Chamberlain; both 2, 15/ 29
For whereas now every lord loved other, and none 2, 16/ 14
Where remained behind the Lord Rivers, the King's uncle 2, 17/ 12
these dukes and the Lord Rivers, a great while 2, 17/ 16
courtesy departed, and the Lord Rivers lodged, the dukes 2, 17/ 18
when many of the Lord Rivers' servants were unready 2, 17/ 27
hand. But when the Lord Rivers understood the gates 2, 18/ 8
a quarrel to the Lord Richard Grey, the King's 2, 19/ 7
that he, with the Lord Marquis his brother and 2, 19/ 9
his brother and the Lord Rivers his uncle, had 2, 19/ 10
they said that the Lord Marquis had entered into 2, 19/ 13
forthwith they arrested the Lord Richard and Sir Thomas 2, 19/ 24
own table to the Lord Rivers, praying him to 2, 20/ 4
to his nephew the Lord Richard, with the same 2, 20/ 6
Gloucester, he sent the Lord Rivers and the Lord 2, 20/ 11
Lord Rivers and the Lord Richard, with Sir Thomas 2, 20/ 11
after midnight, from the Lord Chamberlain unto the Archbishop 2, 21/ 4
sir," quoth he, "my lord sendeth Your Lordship word 2, 21/ 12
sent him from the Lord Chamberlain. "Ah, woe worth 2, 22/ 3
at this meeting the Lord Hastings, whose troth toward 2, 23/ 2
prince, and that the Lord Rivers and Lord Richard 2, 23/ 6
the Lord Rivers and Lord Richard, with the other 2, 23/ 6
these persuasions of the Lord Hastings (whereof part himself 2, 23/ 25
unto divers rooms. The Lord Chamberlain and some others 2, 25/ 9
Father here present, my Lord Cardinal, who may in 2, 26/ 30
and, after my sovereign lord himself, my most dear 2, 27/ 3
of rumor, that the Lord Cardinal should first essay 2, 33/ 24
at Westminster. And the Lord Cardinal, leaving the Protector 2, 33/ 27
together in presence, the Lord Cardinal showed unto her 2, 34/ 7
recreation; which thing the lord esteemed not slight, though 2, 34/ 26
them for other. "My lord," quoth the Queen, "I 2, 34/ 31
marvel greatly that my Lord Protector is so desirous 2, 35/ 34
Why, madam," quoth another lord, "know you anything why 2, 36/ 26
countenance to the other lord that he should harp 2, 36/ 32
much dread hath my lord his uncle, for the 2, 37/ 19
sanctuary; for when my lord my husband was banished 2, 39/ 16
Prince. And when my lord my husband returned safe 2, 39/ 18
mortal enemy were!" The Lord Cardinal, perceiving that the 2, 40/ 8
unto the lords: "My lord," quoth she, "and all 2, 41/ 14
as fast. When the Lord Cardinal and these other 2, 42/ 12
words: "Now, welcome, my lord, even with all my 2, 42/ 17
they had set the Lord Cardinal, the Archbishop of 2, 44/ 16
Archbishop of York (then Lord Chancellor), the Bishop of 2, 44/ 16
Bishop of Ely, the Lord Stanley, and the Lord 2, 44/ 17
Lord Stanley, and the Lord Hastings (then Lord Chamberlain 2, 44/ 17
the Lord Hastings (then Lord Chamberlain), with many other 2, 44/ 18
far forth that the Lord Stanley, that was after 2, 45/ 10
and said unto the Lord Hastings that he much 2, 45/ 11
the other place." "My lord," quoth the Lord Hastings 2, 45/ 15
My lord," quoth the Lord Hastings, "on my life 2, 45/ 15
special favor of the Lord Chamberlain, in good authority 2, 45/ 26
of Leicester, where the Lord Chamberlain's power chiefly lay 2, 45/ 28
in whom if the Lord Hastings had not put 2, 45/ 31
so special trust, the Lord Stanley and he had 2, 45/ 31
good semblance unto the Lord Hastings, and kept him 2, 46/ 9
possible to win the Lord Hastings into their part 2, 46/ 13
And of truth, the Lord Chamberlain of very trust 2, 46/ 17
motions might with the Lord Hastings diminish his credence 2, 46/ 19
the rule that the Lord Hastings bore in his 2, 46/ 23
Bishop of Ely, "My lord, you have very good 2, 47/ 6
of them." "Gladly, my lord," quoth he. "Would God 2, 47/ 8
himself clear. Then the Lord Chamberlain, as he that 2, 47/ 26
favored her. But the Lord Hastings was in his 2, 47/ 31
his birth. Nevertheless, the Lord Chamberlain (which from the 2, 48/ 19
and said, "Certainly, my lord, if they have so 2, 48/ 23
Protector said to the Lord Hastings, "I arrest thee 2, 48/ 30
traitor!" "What? Me, my lord?" quoth he. "Yea, thee 2, 48/ 31
let fly at the Lord Stanley, which shrank at 2, 49/ 2
chambers -- except the Lord Chamberlain, whom the Protector 2, 49/ 11
whose both souls our Lord pardon. A marvelous case 2, 49/ 24
before his death, the Lord Stanley sent a trusty 2, 49/ 30
horse ready, if the Lord Hastings would go with 2, 50/ 8
ere day. "Ay, good lord," quoth the Lord Hastings 2, 50/ 10
good lord," quoth the Lord Hastings to this messenger 2, 50/ 10
this messenger, "leaneth my lord thy master so much 2, 50/ 10
when it happed the Lord Chamberlain by the way 2, 51/ 5
to him, "What, my lord! I pray you come 2, 51/ 7
which other time the Lord Chamberlain had been accused 2, 51/ 19
King Edward by the Lord Rivers, the Queen's brother 2, 51/ 20
heavy heart?" "Yea, my lord," quoth he, "that remember 2, 52/ 3
showed them that the Lord Chamberlain and others of 2, 52/ 31
name, containing that the Lord Hastings with divers others 2, 53/ 15
to have slain the Lord Protector and the Duke 2, 53/ 16
the slander of the Lord Chamberlain, as that he 2, 53/ 20
of counsel with the Lord Chamberlain to destroy him 2, 54/ 19
the King died, the Lord Chamberlain took her; which 2, 55/ 20
day in which the Lord Chamberlain was beheaded in 2, 57/ 16
Queen. Now, when the Lord Chamberlain and these other 2, 58/ 3
ere she married the Lord Woodville, her father. Howbeit 2, 60/ 16
the praise of the Lord Richard, late Duke of 2, 67/ 8
him "father to the Lord Protector," and declared the 2, 67/ 9
begotten, was only the Lord Protector. For he declared 2, 67/ 12
far off. But the Lord Protector, he said, "that 2, 67/ 27
that would reckon himself lord of his own goods 2, 69/ 24
displeasure of my noble Lord Protector, bearing, as nature 2, 73/ 27
most excellent prince the Lord Protector, as to the 2, 74/ 2
most puissant prince the Lord Protector that it may 2, 74/ 9
sent word unto the Lord Protector of the being 2, 77/ 14
by his reign, my lord Morton answered, "Surely, my 2, 92/ 4
Morton answered, "Surely, my lord, folly were it for 2, 92/ 4
In good faith, my lord, I love not much 2, 92/ 27
tale, and said, "My lord, I warrant you, neither 2, 93/ 11
In good faith, my lord, as for the late 2, 93/ 18
a realm, as our Lord hath planted in the 2, 93/ 24