MATTERS................9
innocent of any such matters." "Yea, my liege," quoth 2, 19/ 21
their dealing in these matters far from the knowledge 2, 19/ 22
other knights, were, for matters attempted by them against 2, 23/ 7
in his most weighty matters put no man in 2, 45/ 21
could fasten upon these matters, then he laid heinously 2, 54/ 21
the remembrances of great matters -- which they shall 2, 56/ 28
and entered into other matters ere the Protector came 2, 68/ 11
feigned quarrels or small matters aggrieved with heinous names 2, 71/ 1
they said that these matters be kings' games -- 2, 81/ 6
 
 MAUGRE.................2
mind, I will rather maugre her mind fetch him 2, 29/ 33
haply secret instruction incontinent, maugre her mind, to take 2, 34/ 2
 
 MAY....................28
whoso divineth upon conjectures may as well shoot too 2, 9/ 6
the fourth day of May, the first and last 2, 24/ 22
to wrest out, and may grow to more grief 2, 26/ 23
my Lord Cardinal, who may in this matter do 2, 26/ 30
such place where they may with their honor be 2, 29/ 7
fear -- as who may let her to fear 2, 29/ 12
the king of pity may. "Then look me now 2, 30/ 23
so far forth as may serve to let us 2, 31/ 25
none other cause, he may lawfully, without any displeasure 2, 33/ 1
arm. And if nobody may be taken out of 2, 33/ 3
of my mind: Whoso may have deserved to need 2, 33/ 10
mother but that occasion may sometimes be such that 2, 35/ 27
which that place that may defend a thief may 2, 38/ 4
may defend a thief may not save an innocent 2, 38/ 4
I pray God he may prove a protector!) -- 2, 38/ 8
my goods too? Ye may not hence take my 2, 38/ 27
from me -- and may you take my child 2, 38/ 28
mother his guardian. Then may no man, I suppose 2, 38/ 31
custody of him, I may require it for him 2, 39/ 3
question whether my child may take benefit of it 2, 39/ 11
that my son's palace may be as great safeguard 2, 39/ 22
by whose death he may inherit less land than 2, 39/ 32
of sanctuary when he may not come to it 2, 40/ 4
the brother's bane. And may the nephews be sure 2, 41/ 27
ye cannot elsewhere, then may you leave him here 2, 42/ 4
this realm. Whereby it may well seem that marriage 2, 73/ 21
Lord Protector that it may like His Grace, at 2, 74/ 10
else, as every man may wit, would never of 2, 79/ 26
 
 MAYEST.................2
the danger (as thou mayest hap to hear more 2, 52/ 12
quoth the fox. "Thou mayest abide well enough -- 2, 93/ 8
 
 MAYOR..................17
hunting, sent for the mayor and aldermen of London 2, 5/ 14
Edmund Shaa, goldsmith, then mayor, with William White and 2, 24/ 17
Edmund Shaa, knight, then Mayor of London, which upon 2, 58/ 17
cleric, brother to the Mayor -- and Friar Penker 2, 58/ 23
the hall (where the Mayor keepeth the hustings), the 2, 69/ 5
keepeth the hustings), the Mayor and all the aldermen 2, 69/ 5
neighbor -- alderman and mayor of this noble city 2, 70/ 22
whom he hoped the Mayor had framed before, should 2, 75/ 1
abashed, and taking the Mayor nearer to him, with 2, 75/ 5
still?" "Sir," quoth the Mayor, "percase they perceive you 2, 75/ 7
to do. When the Mayor saw this, he with 2, 75/ 18
thereunto commanded by the Mayor, made rehearsal to the 2, 75/ 28
Duke rounded unto the Mayor and said, "This is 2, 76/ 1
the Duke and the Mayor saw this manner, they 2, 76/ 24
the morrow after, the Mayor with all the aldermen 2, 77/ 7
showed this unto the Mayor and others, that they 2, 77/ 21
him as with the Mayor and Recorder of London 2, 79/ 14
 
 ME.....................33
have ever borne to me, for the love that 2, 13/ 19
that laboreth to destroy me and my blood." "Madam 2, 22/ 5
husband delivered it unto me, so here I deliver 2, 22/ 10
which considerations, none seemeth me more meetly than our 2, 26/ 29
pity may. "Then look me now how few sanctuary 2, 30/ 24
been that I fear me ever they will be 2, 31/ 3
here in surety with me than I were there 2, 36/ 25
And therefore, as for me, I purpose not as 2, 37/ 7
have him, this maketh me much the more farther 2, 37/ 11
take my horse from me -- and may you 2, 38/ 28
take my child from me? He is also my 2, 38/ 28
my learned counsel showeth me, since he hath nothing 2, 38/ 29
take my ward from me out of sanctuary without 2, 38/ 31
the law committeth to me the custody of him 2, 39/ 3
as learned men tell me, forbiddeth every man the 2, 39/ 31
you, might turn both me to great sorrow, the 2, 41/ 17
you good keeping. Let me kiss you once yet 2, 42/ 9
should sound amiss toward me but it should be 2, 45/ 18
imagine the destruction of me -- being so near 2, 47/ 22
the Protector. "Thou servest me, I ween, with "if's 2, 48/ 25
arrest thee, traitor!" "What? Me, my lord?" quoth he 2, 48/ 31
master, man, and commend me to him, and pray 2, 50/ 22
rather let anything pass me than the vain surety 2, 51/ 13
well-visaged. Whose judgment seemeth me somewhat like as though 2, 55/ 28
marry where it liketh me. And I am sure 2, 63/ 28
of Warwick neither loveth me so little to grudge 2, 63/ 31
not be spoken for me, as the thing wherein 2, 73/ 25
would most surely serve me -- even those fail 2, 83/ 26
-- even those fail me and at my commandment 2, 83/ 26
will do nothing for me." "Sir," quoth his page 2, 83/ 27
my uncle would let me have my life yet 2, 85/ 2
folly were it for me to lie; for if 2, 92/ 5
might happen to turn me to little good and 2, 93/ 16
 
 MEAN...................5
of them in the mean season grown into his 2, 4/ 7
what this matter might mean. Whom as soon as 2, 18/ 18
that purpose -- a mean man at that time 2, 51/ 4
it that in the mean season there came, to 2, 60/ 12
piteous and wicked: I mean the lamentable murder of 2, 82/ 17
 
 MEANETH................1
unto them softly, "What meaneth this, that these people 2, 75/ 6
 
 MEANING................2
and others with her," meaning the Queen. At these 2, 47/ 30
he would refuse" -- meaning this by Sir James 2, 83/ 29
 
 MEANS..................11
they that by evil means before pleased him best 2, 12/ 2
secretly, therefore, by divers means, caused the Queen to 2, 16/ 11
might be by good means induced to deliver him 2, 27/ 22
man is by lawful means in peril -- there 2, 32/ 7
the study by what means this matter, being of 2, 58/ 11
he would find the means to enter thereinto much 2, 63/ 16
already title by that means to so much as 2, 64/ 5
such men and such means as methinketh it were 2, 83/ 6
kept under by the means of Sir Richard Radcliff 2, 84/ 5
before and preparing the means. The Prince, as soon 2, 84/ 27
King -- found the means to set this duke 2, 91/ 6