MARBLE.................1
to write it in marble; and whoso doth us 2, 57/ 5
 
 MARGARET...............1
in service with Queen Margaret, wife unto King Henry 2, 60/ 18
 
 MARK...................1
some lords eke, to mark the matter and muse 2, 45/ 8
 
 MARKED.................1
this page well had marked and known. Wherefore, this 2, 84/ 10
 
 MARKHAM................1
no less honor to Markham, then Chief Justice, that 2, 70/ 17
 
 MARKS..................1
two or three thousand marks -- and sent her 2, 54/ 17
 
 MARQUIS................4
in especial the Lord Marquis Dorset, the Queen's son 2, 10/ 27
he, with the Lord Marquis his brother and the 2, 19/ 9
said that the Lord Marquis had entered into the 2, 19/ 13
answered, "What my brother Marquis hath done, I cannot 2, 19/ 19
 
 MARRIAGE...............17
done, about King Edward's marriage. After that King Edward 2, 60/ 2
entreat and conclude a marriage between King Edward and 2, 60/ 8
embassage about the fore-remembered marriage, this poor lady made 2, 60/ 25
that she dissuaded the marriage as much as she 2, 62/ 1
her person. In which marriage many more commend the 2, 62/ 12
than honor in this marriage, forasmuch as there is 2, 62/ 14
refrain you from her marriage, since it is an 2, 62/ 26
bigamy in his first marriage." The King, when his 2, 62/ 29
he said that albeit marriage, being a spiritual thing 2, 63/ 6
him seemed that this marriage even worldly considered was 2, 63/ 9
choice of my own marriage. As for possibility of 2, 64/ 2
devised to disturb this marriage, and rather to help 2, 64/ 23
objected openly against his marriage, as it were in 2, 64/ 27
Warwick understood of this marriage, he took it so 2, 65/ 13
this business about this marriage somewhat the more at 2, 66/ 9
may well seem that marriage not well made, of 2, 73/ 22
Henry, devising first the marriage between him and King 2, 91/ 8
 
 MARRIED................8
that was after honorably married unto Thomas, then Lord 2, 3/ 12
up, and very well married, saving somewhat too soon 2, 55/ 9
of Bedford ere she married the Lord Woodville, her 2, 60/ 16
King Henry VI, was married unto one John Grey 2, 60/ 18
hoped he would have married her. And that if 2, 65/ 4
feast and honorable solemnity married Dame Elizabeth Grey, and 2, 65/ 9
Edward was never lawfully married unto the Queen, but 2, 67/ 14
Lucy) was never lawfully married unto the Queen, their 2, 73/ 17
 
 MARRING................1
-- and worthy, for marring of the play." And 2, 81/ 5
 
 MARRY..................12
only lawful son should marry the Duke's daughter, and 2, 44/ 3
realm, determining himself to marry (as it was requisite 2, 60/ 4
all possible haste to marry her. And after he 2, 61/ 29
and surety also, to marry in a noble progeny 2, 62/ 3
was not princely to marry his own subject, no 2, 62/ 9
rich man that would marry his maid, only for 2, 62/ 11
he disdained not to marry with one of his 2, 63/ 13
be contented, than to marry himself whom he should 2, 63/ 18
any man that I marry where it liketh me 2, 63/ 28
that were bound to marry by the appointment of 2, 64/ 1
help that he should marry one Dame Elizabeth Lucy 2, 64/ 23
in thine head." "No, marry," quoth he, "that wot 2, 93/ 9
 
 MARTIN'S...............1
Miles Forest at St. Martin's piecemeal rotted away. Dighton 2, 87/ 1
 
 MARVEL.................5
among which stuff no marvel though some were harnesses 2, 24/ 5
In which case I marvel greatly that my Lord 2, 35/ 34
I trow, no great marvel though I fear lest 2, 36/ 28
it was the less marvel if ungracious living brought 2, 53/ 28
that a man would marvel whereof that change grew 2, 89/ 6
 
 MARVELED...............2
that every man much marveled that heard him, and 2, 75/ 12
much they talked and marveled of the manner of 2, 80/ 20
 
 MARVELING..............3
much dismayed and sore marveling of this manner of 2, 47/ 18
concubine. The King, much marveling of her constancy, as 2, 61/ 25
cast back their heads, marveling thereof; but nothing they 2, 76/ 21
 
 MARVELOUS..............3
age could receive) a marvelous fortress and sure armor 2, 5/ 27
our Lord pardon. A marvelous case is it to 2, 49/ 25
said, "This is a marvelous obstinate silence"; and therewith 2, 76/ 1
 
 MARVELOUSLY............4
behavior of their beginning) marvelously in him grew and 2, 5/ 12
so great a change marvelously misliked. Howbeit, since he 2, 18/ 13
unlearned and of nature marvelously well-spoken) he said unto 2, 69/ 9
Wherewith the Duke was marvelously abashed, and taking the 2, 75/ 4
 
 MARY'S.................1
it, but at St. Mary's Hospital at the Easter 2, 59/ 10
 
 MASTER.................8
Pottier, "then will my master, the Duke of Gloucester 2, 9/ 13
the young king, their master and kinsman, should be 2, 14/ 23
great importance that his master gave him in charge 2, 21/ 7
go to school, his master must let him alone 2, 33/ 5
leaneth my lord thy master so much to such 2, 50/ 11
therefore go to thy master, man, and commend me 2, 50/ 22
and speech of his master. And the Duke of 2, 88/ 8
from the duke his master, within few days after 2, 88/ 16
 
 MASTER'S...............2
maiden's fortune than the master's wisdom. And yet therein 2, 62/ 13
where Persale, after his master's recommendation, showed him that 2, 88/ 11
 
 MASTERS................1
service, to both his masters at once, with infinite 2, 91/ 9
 
 MASTERY................1
it were no great mastery, we letting her alone 2, 29/ 29
 
 MATCHED................2
full unmeet to be matched with his -- which 2, 14/ 28
full unmeet to be matched with his, and the 2, 73/ 19
 
 MATHEW.................1
William White and John Mathew, sheriffs, and all the 2, 24/ 17
 
 MATRIMONY..............1
after the laws of matrimony, then declared he that 2, 66/ 30
 
 MATTER.................58
effect all the whole matter whereof this book shall 2, 6/ 9
and inquire what this matter might mean. Whom as 2, 18/ 18
the tidings of this matter came hastily to the 2, 20/ 18
that he trusted the matter was nothing so sore 2, 21/ 30
remain than till the matter were, not by the 2, 23/ 12
they judged not the matter too far forth, ere 2, 23/ 16
might peradventure bring the matter so far out of 2, 23/ 20
that it made the matter to wise men more 2, 24/ 11
the redress of this matter, some honorable, trusty man 2, 26/ 26
who may in this matter do most good of 2, 26/ 31
my mind in this matter for this time, except 2, 27/ 15
intended not in this matter to trust any one 2, 33/ 32
to mind after this matter broken to her, if 2, 34/ 4
arrest should, upon the matter examined, do well enough 2, 37/ 1
maketh so high a matter upon such a trifling 2, 38/ 14
this is a gay matter. Suppose he could not 2, 38/ 22
no longer dispute the matter. But if she were 2, 40/ 12
move her in that matter, in which she thought 2, 40/ 18
the Protector to this matter, sending a privy messenger 2, 42/ 32
thought meet for the matter, and especially to the 2, 43/ 7
than half increased. The matter was broken unto the 2, 43/ 9
to muse on the matter, though the council were 2, 44/ 30
eke, to mark the matter and muse thereon -- 2, 45/ 8
he, "talk of one matter in the one place 2, 45/ 14
to have in the matter. And therefore he, fearing 2, 46/ 18
whereunto only all the matter leaned, procured the Protector 2, 46/ 20
together communing of this matter, the Protector came in 2, 47/ 2
of counsel in this matter, as he was of 2, 48/ 1
well perceiving that this matter was but a quarrel 2, 48/ 12
some color upon the matter, sent in all the 2, 52/ 26
no man mistrusted the matter which of truth no 2, 53/ 9
list, uncontrolled. And much matter was there in the 2, 53/ 19
the length of the matter, said unto them that 2, 54/ 11
men mused what the matter meant, while the lords 2, 58/ 5
dispute and digest the matter and make parties -- 2, 58/ 8
by what means this matter, being of itself so 2, 58/ 11
of counsel of the matter before the coronation, but 2, 59/ 8
should first break the matter, in a sermon at 2, 59/ 13
directly, but that the matter should be touched aslope 2, 59/ 30
any difficulty, brought the matter to very good conclusion 2, 60/ 11
was made in the matter that either the bishops 2, 64/ 30
those words, hastened his matter thereto -- he was 2, 68/ 10
he suddenly left the matter with which he was 2, 68/ 13
unto you of a matter right great and weighty 2, 69/ 13
such things as minister matter to such injuries as 2, 72/ 19
him privy to that matter, said unto them softly 2, 75/ 6
rehearsed them the same matter again in other order 2, 75/ 10
loath was with that matter to begin -- notwithstanding 2, 75/ 27
to move a great matter unto His Grace. Whereupon 2, 77/ 15
Protector looked for this matter, they sent unto him 2, 77/ 22
move him of that matter. In which albeit they 2, 78/ 2
talking diversely of the matter, every man as his 2, 80/ 19
this dealing, that the matter was on both parts 2, 80/ 21
enough that all the matter was made between them 2, 80/ 24
meantime, for this present matter, I shall rehearse you 2, 83/ 4
mind in this mischievous matter; in which he found 2, 84/ 20
fall out if the matter were well-handled, he craftily 2, 91/ 25
boar shall pick any matter at anything here spoken 2, 93/ 12