LORD'S.................1
the fame of this lord's death swiftly through the 2, 52/ 23
 
 LORDS..................46
in good peace. The lords whom he knew at 2, 4/ 30
the Queen and the lords of her blood, which 2, 7/ 5
looked for. When these lords, with divers others of 2, 11/ 8
said unto them: "My lords, my dear kinsmen and 2, 11/ 11
from weeping. But the lords, recomforting him with as 2, 13/ 26
Gloucester, understanding that the lords which at that time 2, 16/ 4
the King, if the lords of her kindred should 2, 16/ 16
they should give the lords atwixt whom and them 2, 16/ 17
Gloucester himself and other lords, the chief of his 2, 17/ 3
shortly ready, for their lords were to horseback-ward. Upon 2, 17/ 26
this dealing. And some lords, knights, and gentlemen, either 2, 22/ 18
specially against the other lords as against the King 2, 22/ 25
by and by, the lords assembled together at London 2, 22/ 27
to doubt, persuaded the lords to believe that the 2, 23/ 4
by all the other lords of the King's Council 2, 23/ 13
blown about that these lords and knights which were 2, 23/ 31
to destroy the noble lords with." This device, albeit 2, 24/ 10
in his time. Divers lords and knights were appointed 2, 25/ 8
next meeting of the lords at the Council he 2, 25/ 18
to bring all the lords in obloquy and murmur 2, 25/ 28
Queen, with divers other lords with him -- were 2, 33/ 29
the Queen and these lords were come together in 2, 34/ 6
doubted but that those lords of her honorable kin 2, 36/ 34
and to the other lords there present, he durst 2, 40/ 13
and said unto the lords: "My lord," quoth she 2, 41/ 13
she, "and all my lords, I neither am so 2, 41/ 14
Cardinal and these other lords with him had received 2, 42/ 13
their drifts otherwhere, the lords, being sent for from 2, 44/ 13
men also and some lords eke, to mark the 2, 45/ 8
departed, with divers other lords, and broken all the 2, 46/ 1
of June -- many lords assembled in the Tower 2, 46/ 29
was cast away. These lords so sitting together communing 2, 47/ 1
The Protector set the lords fast in communing, and 2, 47/ 10
his place, all the lords much dismayed and sore 2, 47/ 18
this question all the lords sat sore astonished, musing 2, 47/ 24
many of the other lords were greatly abashed, that 2, 47/ 31
meant he by the lords of the Queen's kindred 2, 52/ 6
at Pomfret the fore-remembered lords and knights that were 2, 57/ 18
Chamberlain and these other lords and knights were thus 2, 58/ 3
matter meant, while the lords of the realm were 2, 58/ 5
Buckingham, accompanied with divers lords and knights, more than 2, 69/ 3
than to all the lords in England -- except 2, 71/ 33
needed but that the lords of this realm and 2, 76/ 4
fore-remembered." And therewith the lords came down, and the 2, 77/ 1
he said unto the lords and commons: "Since we 2, 79/ 29
Richard!" And then the lords went up to the 2, 80/ 17
 
 LORDS'.................1
nor of some other lords', neither, whom she there 2, 41/ 8
 
 LORDSHIP...............2
my lord sendeth Your Lordship word that there is 2, 21/ 12
swear the contrary, Your Lordship would not, I ween 2, 92/ 5
 
 LORDSHIPS..............1
except any of your lordships anything perceive to the 2, 27/ 15
 
 LOSE...................4
possibility of more possessions lose the fruit and pleasure 2, 63/ 19
them were liefer to lose all that they have 2, 72/ 15
life yet, though I lose my kingdom." Then he 2, 85/ 2
had ordered him to lose it, and King Edward 2, 92/ 8
 
 LOSING.................1
the garland, keeping it, losing and winning again, it 2, 71/ 17
 
 LOSS...................6
debate and dissension, what loss, what sorrow, what trouble 2, 12/ 28
men's knees with the loss of so many heads 2, 13/ 6
two things, the less loss were they, by whom 2, 13/ 12
full heartily for his loss. In which God loved 2, 65/ 11
not, that worshipful man's loss -- what speak we 2, 70/ 26
what speak we of loss? his utter spoil, and 2, 70/ 26
 
 LOST...................7
be won might be lost ere they looked therefor 2, 10/ 7
loath was to have lost him, saving for fear 2, 46/ 10
reckoned himself surest, he lost his life, and that 2, 52/ 15
in his sermon so lost his voice that he 2, 59/ 2
Shaa by his sermon lost his honesty and soon 2, 59/ 5
it could not be lost -- but by the 2, 66/ 7
the field. After which lost and that party utterly 2, 91/ 1
 
 LOUD...................3
a clear and a loud voice, in this manner 2, 69/ 10
the voice was neither loud nor distinct, but, as 2, 76/ 14
to cry out as loud as their throats would 2, 76/ 19
 
 LOUDER.................1
by and by, somewhat louder, he rehearsed them the 2, 75/ 9
 
 LOVE...................23
was most desired; whose love of his people and 2, 5/ 23
them whom their husbands love), or were it a 2, 7/ 8
not that all you love them, if each of 2, 11/ 20
as ye have of love. That we be all 2, 12/ 8
Lord forbid that you love together the worse for 2, 12/ 18
that you ought to love the better! And yet 2, 12/ 19
them life and you love. Of which two things 2, 13/ 12
you all, for the love that you have ever 2, 13/ 18
to me, for the love that I have ever 2, 13/ 19
to you, for the love that our Lord beareth 2, 13/ 20
forgotten, each of you love other. Which I verily 2, 13/ 21
to other so much love, as hatred both unto 2, 15/ 32
prince is far, whose love to his king, nature 2, 32/ 9
uncle, for the tender love he beareth him, lest 2, 37/ 19
he that for the love between them thought he 2, 47/ 26
inclineth the parties to love together, as he trusted 2, 63/ 7
he should haply never love, and for the possibility 2, 63/ 18
grudge at that I love, nor is so unreasonable 2, 63/ 31
Or who could perfectly love him, if his own 2, 71/ 28
saving that we such love bear you, and so 2, 76/ 5
true, yet such entire love he bore unto King 2, 78/ 27
thanked them for the love and hearty favor they 2, 79/ 3
faith, my lord, I love not much to talk 2, 92/ 27
 
 LOVED..................9
whereas now every lord loved other, and none other 2, 16/ 14
her kin the less loved for that they be 2, 28/ 25
And nevertheless, if we loved neither her nor her 2, 28/ 27
And undoubtedly the Protector loved him well, and loath 2, 46/ 10
any other whom he loved better -- albeit his 2, 47/ 33
her husband, had most loved. And also, no man 2, 48/ 17
she not very fervently loved for whom she never 2, 55/ 11
had, but her he loved; whose favor, to say 2, 56/ 14
loss. In which God loved her better than to 2, 65/ 12