MEN'S..................11
must be maintained by men's authority, and slippery youth 2, 11/ 22
won the courtesy of men's knees with the loss 2, 13/ 5
fardels, trusses, all on men's backs; no man unoccupied 2, 21/ 22
opinion once fastened in men's hearts, hard it is 2, 26/ 22
run thither with poor men's goods; there they build 2, 31/ 9
creditors go whistle them. Men's wives run thither with 2, 31/ 11
before such great things, men's hearts of a secret 2, 44/ 25
it were by other men's falsehood than think it 2, 50/ 21
for the amendment of men's manners -- he caused 2, 54/ 26
for the season other men's lands, yet God always 2, 67/ 1
press, began suddenly at men's backs to cry out 2, 76/ 18
 
 MERCHANT...............3
place. For what wise merchant adventureth all his goods 2, 41/ 31
for haste." And a merchant answered him that it 2, 54/ 13
there is between no merchant and his own maid 2, 62/ 15
 
 MERCHANTS..............1
him the nobles, the merchants, the artificers, and, in 2, 81/ 23
 
 MERCIFUL...............1
in peace just and merciful, in war sharp and 2, 4/ 12
 
 MERCY..................1
his death, with God's mercy, well changed his life 2, 91/ 17
 
 MERRIER................1
that he was never merrier nor never so full 2, 51/ 11
 
 MERRIEST...............2
diversely excelled: one the merriest, another the wiliest, the 2, 56/ 7
those properties. But the merriest was this Shore's wife 2, 56/ 12
 
 MERRILY................5
them so long, saying merrily that he had been 2, 47/ 4
his tale and said merrily to him, "What, my 2, 51/ 7
earnest, part in play, merrily, as he that wist 2, 63/ 3
Then said the King merrily to them, "What, sirs 2, 84/ 18
'" The Duke laughed merrily at the tale, and 2, 93/ 10
 
 MERRY..................5
them hunt and be merry with him, where he 2, 5/ 16
and pray him be merry and have no fear 2, 50/ 23
in my life so merry, nor never in so 2, 52/ 12
read well and write; merry in company, ready and 2, 56/ 3
that were not very merry; and some of those 2, 77/ 3
 
 MESEEMETH..............2
now see her. But meseemeth the chance so much 2, 56/ 29
should yet suffice, as meseemeth, to refrain you from 2, 62/ 25
 
 MESS...................2
let us have a mess of them." "Gladly, my 2, 47/ 7
his servant for a mess of strawberries. The Protector 2, 47/ 10
 
 MESSAGE................6
Richard, with the same message for his comfort, who 2, 20/ 6
of fear by the message sent him from the 2, 22/ 3
all thing unready, this message came on her so 2, 40/ 30
than haply knew the message that they brought. And 2, 69/ 4
the messenger such loving message again, and therewith so 2, 77/ 23
him again, with farther message from the duke his 2, 88/ 15
 
 MESSAGES...............1
to horseback-ward. Upon which messages, many of their folk 2, 17/ 26
 
 MESSENGER..............9
Duke, and prayed the messenger to bear it to 2, 20/ 5
he to admit this messenger into his bedside. Of 2, 21/ 9
and by after the messenger departed, he caused in 2, 21/ 15
matter, sending a privy messenger unto him straight after 2, 42/ 32
sent a trusty secret messenger unto him at midnight 2, 49/ 31
Lord Hastings to this messenger, "leaneth my lord thy 2, 50/ 10
grace, sir," quoth the messenger, and went his way 2, 50/ 25
unto him by the messenger such loving message again 2, 77/ 22
if need were. The messenger, sent back with thanks 2, 88/ 14
 
 MESSENGERS.............1
by writing and secret messengers, that it neither was 2, 14/ 22
 
 MET....................8
a priest whom he met in the Tower street 2, 51/ 6
so soon after, there met he with one Hastings 2, 51/ 15
forasmuch as he now met this pursuivant in the 2, 51/ 28
you remembered when I met thee here once with 2, 52/ 2
when thou and I met here. And lo how 2, 52/ 10
return homeward, whomsoever he met he saluted. For a 2, 82/ 3
the Protector's mind, yet met him again, with farther 2, 88/ 15
at Northampton the Duke met with the Protector himself 2, 89/ 1
 
 METHINKETH.............4
here can divine. "Wherefore, methinketh it were not worst 2, 26/ 25
good men might, as methinketh, without sin somewhat less 2, 29/ 23
And in good faith, methinketh it were as great 2, 35/ 2
and such means as methinketh it were hard but 2, 83/ 6
 
 MIDNIGHT...............5
a little before the midnight following, and that in 2, 20/ 19
wise not long after midnight, from the Lord Chamberlain 2, 21/ 3
messenger unto him at midnight in all the haste 2, 49/ 31
as still as the midnight -- not so much 2, 75/ 16
and John Dighton about midnight, the seely children lying 2, 85/ 17
 
 MIDST..................1
come down in the midst. Doctor Shaa by his 2, 59/ 3
 
 MIGHT..................63
his building, if he might first, under the pretext 2, 10/ 3
could not be won might be lost ere they 2, 10/ 7
foreseeing that many harms might grow by their debate 2, 10/ 18
find you at variance, might hap to fall themselves 2, 11/ 17
devised, whereby her blood might of youth be rooted 2, 14/ 17
respect of kindred, they might peradventure easily have betrapped 2, 15/ 11
which without his witting might abuse the name of 2, 15/ 17
inquire what this matter might mean. Whom as soon 2, 18/ 18
By which time he might in his chamber window 2, 22/ 13
up -- that they might peradventure bring the matter 2, 23/ 20
hurts avoided that thereof might ensue, and much rest 2, 27/ 5
realm, if the mother might be by good means 2, 27/ 22
them. Which good men might, as methinketh, without sin 2, 29/ 23
she doubt lest he might be fetched from her 2, 29/ 25
thereof. And if she might happen to bring that 2, 29/ 28
their hands to, it might be amended, with great 2, 31/ 18
of him, that he might be brought unto the 2, 34/ 17
surfeit. And albeit there might be found others that 2, 35/ 14
ye were, if it might stand with your pleasure 2, 35/ 20
in such place as might stand with their honor 2, 35/ 21
miscarried by nature, yet might he run into slander 2, 36/ 1
lest your causeless fear might cause you further to 2, 37/ 14
as she thought it might fortune her fear to 2, 41/ 4
she feared lest they might be deceived, so was 2, 41/ 9
both lacked in you, might turn both me to 2, 41/ 17
imprisoned as the Protector might with a beck destroy 2, 43/ 20
well tell whom he might trust or whom he 2, 43/ 27
trust or whom he might fear. These things and 2, 43/ 28
as much as he might to his own commodity 2, 43/ 35
seem. And that they might turn both the eyes 2, 44/ 10
secretly warned that it might haply turn them to 2, 45/ 2
fearing lest their motions might with the Lord Hastings 2, 46/ 19
between them thought he might be boldest with him 2, 47/ 27
many as the chamber might hold. And anon the 2, 48/ 30
dinner -- which he might not go to till 2, 49/ 16
he not that we might be as likely to 2, 50/ 15
delaying of his execution might have encouraged other mischievous 2, 53/ 33
process, that every child might well perceive that it 2, 54/ 6
well advise her visage might guess and devise which 2, 55/ 32
innocence, lest their words might have inclined men to 2, 57/ 29
of itself so heinous, might be first broken to 2, 58/ 11
such wise that it might be well taken. To 2, 58/ 12
the King that she might be restored unto such 2, 60/ 30
such manner as they might easily perceive it booted 2, 61/ 33
much as she possibly might, alleging that it was 2, 62/ 2
excellent but that it might be found in divers 2, 62/ 18
at length because it might thereby the better appear 2, 66/ 10
meeting with his presence might have been taken among 2, 68/ 2
Richard!" -- that it might have been after said 2, 68/ 5
them, by which they might seem to common what 2, 75/ 17
commons of other parts might have sufficed, saving that 2, 76/ 5
and others, that they might thereby see how little 2, 77/ 21
to vouchsafe that they might resort to his presence 2, 77/ 24
over them where they might see him and speak 2, 77/ 27
one of his tormentors might hap to break his 2, 81/ 5
that his deceitful clemency might get him the good 2, 81/ 26
the intent that he might show a proof thereof 2, 81/ 31
to the end he might there "accomplish the King's 2, 84/ 23
and covert manner he might be admitted to the 2, 88/ 7
honor as one man might well wish, ended them 2, 91/ 16
his custody, where he might reckon himself at home 2, 92/ 24
I ween it would, might happen to turn me 2, 93/ 15
needing my praise), it might yet have pleased God 2, 93/ 22