MIGHTIEST..............1
surety to have the mightiest of his friends from 2, 14/ 31
 
 MIGHTY.................2
visage lovely, of body mighty, strong, and clean-made; howbeit 2, 4/ 17
noble man and a mighty, began not by war 2, 6/ 14
 
 MILES..................4
at Stony Stratford, eleven miles thence, early, ere he 2, 17/ 14
execution whereof, he appointed Miles Forest, one of the 2, 85/ 12
removed from them, this Miles Forest and John Dighton 2, 85/ 16
begin with the ministers: Miles Forest at St. Martin's 2, 87/ 1
 
 MINATORY...............1
with many spiteful and minatory words, which so wounded 2, 89/ 14
 
 MIND...................30
of the Prince, whose mind in tender youth infected 2, 11/ 30
and brought in the mind that it neither were 2, 16/ 12
there. This is my mind in this matter for 2, 27/ 15
here, of whose faithful mind she nothing doubteth, but 2, 29/ 3
faithfully -- for my mind, I will rather maugre 2, 29/ 33
will rather maugre her mind fetch him away than 2, 29/ 33
the conclusion of my mind: Whoso may have deserved 2, 33/ 10
was not one man's mind, or were it for 2, 33/ 31
instruction incontinent, maugre her mind, to take him, and 2, 34/ 2
she was likely to mind after this matter broken 2, 34/ 4
gentleman, my son, I mind that he shall be 2, 37/ 8
beaten into the Duke's mind, brought him to that 2, 43/ 29
Protector of his own mind promised him a great 2, 44/ 6
Hastings was in his mind better content that it 2, 47/ 32
And thereupon every man's mind sore misgave them, well 2, 48/ 12
vain surety of man's mind so near his death 2, 51/ 14
appeasing of the people's mind, he sent immediately after 2, 53/ 10
mitigate and appease his mind; where men were out 2, 56/ 17
more boldly say her mind, as to him whose 2, 61/ 21
point in his own mind took she it well 2, 63/ 4
and study both of mind and of body that 2, 74/ 14
Wherein, dear friends, what mind you have, we require 2, 74/ 34
trusting, for the good mind that he bore them 2, 78/ 7
were his own ambitious mind and device to depose 2, 78/ 32
put out of his mind all enmities, and that 2, 81/ 30
he saluted. For a mind that knoweth itself guilty 2, 82/ 4
And forasmuch as his mind gave him that, his 2, 83/ 10
to him secretly his mind in this mischievous matter 2, 84/ 20
had quiet in his mind, he never thought himself 2, 87/ 12
instruction of the Protector's mind, yet met him again 2, 88/ 15
 
 MINDED.................4
he that were heartily minded to his wealth. And 2, 8/ 25
there be thing once minded that should sound amiss 2, 45/ 17
more prone and benevolently minded toward his election. Wherein 2, 74/ 33
other: whether you be minded as all the nobles 2, 76/ 9
 
 MINDETH................1
she now as sore mindeth it as we the 2, 29/ 28
 
 MINDING................1
went to Rome, never minding more to meddle with 2, 91/ 12
 
 MINDS..................3
both the eyes and minds of men from perceiving 2, 44/ 11
Which -- your kind minds borne to the house 2, 72/ 29
is all your whole minds to have this noble 2, 76/ 29
 
 MINE...................9
blood, the other of mine allies, and each of 2, 12/ 13
dare well answer for mine uncle Rivers and my 2, 19/ 20
then shall we, by mine advice, by the King's 2, 27/ 9
so wed myself to mine own will but that 2, 27/ 17
take benefit of it), mine other son, now king 2, 39/ 12
it should be in mine ears ere it were 2, 45/ 18
is turned: now stand mine enemies in the danger 2, 52/ 11
his eye than by mine own -- as though 2, 63/ 33
condition -- to forbear mine own liberty in choice 2, 64/ 2
 
 MINGLING...............1
with his, and the mingling of whose bloods together 2, 73/ 20
 
 MINISTER...............2
all such things as minister matter to such injuries 2, 72/ 19
of a king to minister the laws. Then, with 2, 81/ 22
 
 MINISTERS..............1
to begin with the ministers: Miles Forest at St 2, 87/ 1
 
 MINISTRETH.............2
as this duke's demeanor ministreth in effect all the 2, 6/ 9
king himself sitteth and ministreth the law -- because 2, 81/ 20
 
 MIRACLE................1
and, in manner, by miracle. But this device quailed 2, 68/ 6
 
 MISCARRIED.............1
child in his sickness miscarried by nature, yet might 2, 36/ 1
 
 MISCHANCE..............2
child's ruin, her friends' mischance, and her own infortune 2, 20/ 27
to whom no such mischance is toward, yet hath 2, 50/ 30
 
 MISCHIEF...............15
decease, by the cruelty, mischief, and trouble of the 2, 4/ 1
his heart so much mischief to conceive. Richard, Duke 2, 6/ 12
shall readily fall to mischief and riot and draw 2, 11/ 31
he turneth all to mischief -- first longing to 2, 12/ 25
upon so great a mischief, the sanctuary would little 2, 29/ 22
Howbeit, much of this mischief, if wise men would 2, 31/ 18
that since the common mischief could not be amended 2, 43/ 34
only kept all that mischief up in whom if 2, 45/ 30
helped them that the mischief turned upon them that 2, 53/ 6
of behavior, bold in mischief, as far from pity 2, 57/ 26
and occasion of much mischief, yet is it never 2, 71/ 10
there is so much mischief grown. For lack of 2, 73/ 22
this-worldly weal, or what mischief worketh the proud enterprise 2, 86/ 23
cur dog. And the mischief that he took, within 2, 87/ 7
three years of the mischief that he did; and 2, 87/ 8
 
 MISCHIEFS..............1
nephew. Now fell there mischiefs thick. And as the 2, 82/ 13
 
 MISCHIEVOUS............3
might have encouraged other mischievous persons, partners of his 2, 53/ 33
is it never so mischievous as where any people 2, 71/ 11
his mind in this mischievous matter; in which he 2, 84/ 20
 
 MISCONSTRUCTION........1
right well intended, our misconstruction turneth unto worse; or 2, 12/ 6
 
 MISCONSTRUING..........1
cruelly beheaded, by the misconstruing of the laws of 2, 70/ 15
 
 MISFORTUNE.............2
his own defense, or misfortune draw him to that 2, 30/ 21
notably foregoing some great misfortune. Now this that followeth 2, 50/ 31
 
 MISGAVE................1
every man's mind sore misgave them, well perceiving that 2, 48/ 12
 
 MISGIVETH..............1
secret instinct of nature misgiveth them -- as the 2, 44/ 26
 
 MISLIKE................1
it reason that it mislike any man that I 2, 63/ 28
 
 MISLIKED...............3
great a change marvelously misliked. Howbeit, since he could 2, 18/ 13
Hastings that he much misliked these two several councils 2, 45/ 13
was nothing to be misliked, yet was there, she 2, 62/ 17
 
 MISPRISION.............2
ransoms, small trespass to misprision, misprision into treason. Whereof2, 70/ 6
small trespass to misprision, misprision into treason. Whereof, I 2, 70/ 6
 
 MISS...................1
she before had most miss), that her great shame 2, 55/ 1
 
 MISTLEBROOK............1
King Edward died, one Mistlebrook, long ere morning, came 2, 9/ 8
 
 MISTRESS...............1
the very mother and mistress of wisdom) a deep 2, 91/ 20
 
 MISTRUST...............5
am so unwise to mistrust your wits nor so 2, 41/ 14
nor so suspicious to mistrust your troths. Of which 2, 41/ 15
showed unto Catesby the mistrust that others began to 2, 46/ 18
heart with hatred and mistrust that he never after 2, 89/ 15
the Protector occasion of mistrust. And utterly men think 2, 90/ 7