LOVELY.................2
He was of visage lovely, of body mighty, strong 2, 4/ 17
she so fair and lovely, namely while the wondering 2, 54/ 31
 
 LOVETH.................2
no man thinketh that loveth the King), let him 2, 26/ 14
cousin of Warwick neither loveth me so little to 2, 63/ 31
 
 LOVING.................5
in a willing and loving obedience; among themselves, the 2, 4/ 29
fore-studied no perils; a loving man, and passing well-beloved 2, 52/ 21
His Grace spoke so loving words unto her that 2, 65/ 3
by the messenger such loving message again, and therewith 2, 77/ 23
high behests, in most loving and trusty manner departed 2, 90/ 16
 
 LOVINGLY...............1
Queen's friends there so lovingly, that they, nothing earthly 2, 17/ 5
 
 LOWLINESS..............1
with all semblance of lowliness, that from the great 2, 24/ 24
 
 LOWLY..................1
secret, a deep dissimuler, lowly of countenance, arrogant of 2, 8/ 7
 
 LUCY...................6
marry one Dame Elizabeth Lucy, whom the King had 2, 64/ 24
sure to Dame Elizabeth Lucy, and her husband before 2, 64/ 29
testified. Whereupon Dame Elizabeth Lucy was sent for. And 2, 64/ 33
that, also, Dame Elizabeth Lucy was verily the wife 2, 66/ 22
husband unto Dame Elizabeth Lucy, and so his children 2, 67/ 15
very wife, Dame Elizabeth Lucy) was never lawfully married 2, 73/ 17
 
 LUDLOW.................1
kept his household at Ludlow, in Wales. Which country 2, 14/ 2
 
 LUST...................2
-- that hath no lust to play, for sickness 2, 38/ 16
King for his wanton lust and sinful affection bereft 2, 72/ 2
 
 LYING..................2
midnight, the seely children lying in their beds, came 2, 85/ 17
death, and after, long lying still -- to be 2, 85/ 25
 
 MAD....................1
I was never so mad that I would with 2, 92/ 9
 
 MADAM..................5
me and my blood." "Madam," quoth he, "be ye 2, 22/ 5
No man denieth, good madam," quoth the Cardinal, "but 2, 35/ 18
jeopardy with them." "Why, madam," quoth another lord, "know 2, 36/ 25
to deliver him." "Truly, madam," quoth he, "and the 2, 37/ 12
be barren. And therefore, madam, I pray you be 2, 64/ 12
 
 MADE...................43
with him, where he made them not so stately 2, 5/ 16
he should soon have made peace between the both 2, 10/ 9
that the King had made him captain of Calais 2, 11/ 5
trust a new friend made of an old foe 2, 15/ 22
her husband so prudently made between his kin and 2, 16/ 29
departed. So was there made that night much friendly 2, 17/ 15
device, albeit that it made the matter to wise 2, 24/ 11
next assembled, he was made the only man chosen 2, 24/ 27
without cause." The Cardinal made a countenance to the 2, 36/ 32
somewhat the dealing itself made men to muse on 2, 44/ 30
some for their business made suit to them that 2, 45/ 1
the Duke of Buckingham made very good semblance unto 2, 46/ 8
he was not before made of counsel in this 2, 48/ 1
priest at adventure and made a short shrift, for 2, 49/ 14
be suffered, the Protector made so much haste to 2, 49/ 15
his cognizance, this dream made so fearful an impression 2, 50/ 6
a proclamation to be made through the city in 2, 53/ 12
Now was this proclamation made within two hours after 2, 54/ 3
that the more easily made her incline unto the 2, 55/ 13
policy. Among whom they made of counsel Edmund Shaa 2, 58/ 15
squire whom King Henry made knight upon the field 2, 60/ 21
marriage, this poor lady made humble suit unto the 2, 60/ 28
moderate of stature, well made, and very wise -- 2, 61/ 7
his mother had said, made her answer, part in 2, 63/ 1
ought rather to be made for the respect of 2, 63/ 6
words, such obstacle was made in the matter that 2, 64/ 30
the people, that he made kings and put down 2, 65/ 31
except unto those that made her their proctor -- 2, 71/ 33
that worshipful man groundly made open unto you, the 2, 73/ 15
that marriage not well made, of which there is 2, 73/ 22
should after this proposition made have cried "King Richard 2, 75/ 2
commanded by the Mayor, made rehearsal to the commons 2, 75/ 28
this nothing no change made in the people, which 2, 75/ 31
Grace. Whereupon the Protector made difficulty to come out 2, 77/ 16
Duke of Buckingham first made humble petition unto him 2, 77/ 30
the motion that they made him, but also thanked 2, 79/ 3
was on both parts made so strange, as though 2, 80/ 21
all the matter was made between them. Howbeit, some 2, 80/ 24
concord and unity, he made an open proclamation that 2, 81/ 29
as some say, there made him knight. But he 2, 86/ 2
got him home again, made him Archbishop of Canterbury 2, 91/ 14
asked him whither he made all that haste; and 2, 93/ 5
because of this proclamation made of horned beasts." "What 2, 93/ 7
 
 MAID...................2
that would marry his maid, only for a little 2, 62/ 11
merchant and his own maid so great difference as 2, 62/ 15
 
 MAIDEN'S...............1
many more commend the maiden's fortune than the master's 2, 62/ 13
 
 MAIDENS................1
for your estate, and maidens also; whereas the only 2, 62/ 19
 
 MAINTAIN...............1
wist, and helped to maintain, a long-continued grudge and 2, 9/ 27
 
 MAINTAINED.............1
But childhood must be maintained by men's authority, and 2, 11/ 22
 
 MAJESTY................6
neither honorable to His Majesty nor unto us, and 2, 14/ 30
to accompany his noble majesty. Wherefore, with whom rather 2, 26/ 12
of the King's royal majesty. To whose grace it 2, 34/ 12
-- to the sacred majesty of a prince, that 2, 62/ 27
commodity, to whom His Majesty shall ever after bear 2, 74/ 31
he standeth in his majesty, one of his tormentors 2, 81/ 4
 
 MAKE...................20
giving them commandment to make themselves shortly ready, for 2, 17/ 25
should be about to make them. Yet will I 2, 30/ 6
she it should yet make them the more warily 2, 41/ 10
thing I purpose to make you such a proof 2, 41/ 16
the Duke's aid to make him king, and that 2, 44/ 2
the contrary, and to make the Protector king. To 2, 44/ 20
of all folk least make Shore's wife of counsel 2, 48/ 16
and that I will make good on thy body 2, 48/ 26
be as likely to make them true by our 2, 50/ 15
parts how filled would make it a fair face 2, 56/ 1
digest the matter and make parties -- it were 2, 58/ 8
season there came, to make a suit by petition 2, 60/ 12
a greater thing to make a king than to 2, 65/ 33
than themselves list to make. Now then, as I 2, 66/ 15
and fully determined to make humble petition unto the 2, 74/ 8
king, whereof we shall make His Grace so effectual 2, 76/ 30
his noble Grace, to make our humble request unto 2, 76/ 33
as many well-counterfeited jewels make the true mistrusted. Howbeit 2, 82/ 30
amend his cause and make him a kindly king 2, 83/ 13
ride or he would make him be carried. Whereupon 2, 89/ 20