AND'S..................1
with "if's and with "and's! I tell thee, they 2, 48/ 25
 
 ANGELS.................1
with great multitude of angels by night -- so 2, 28/ 4
 
 ANGER..................5
old displeasure, abuse the anger and ignorance of the 2, 10/ 4
and provoking men unto anger and disturbing the King's 2, 23/ 18
as in a great anger, he clapped his fist 2, 48/ 27
as it were for anger, not for covetousness, the 2, 54/ 14
deluded that for very anger and disdain he at 2, 65/ 14
 
 ANGRY..................2
would now be right angry with them that keep 2, 32/ 19
with a wonderful sour, angry countenance, knitting the brows 2, 47/ 16
 
 ANGUISH................1
trouble outward, much fear, anguish, and sorrow within. For 2, 87/ 9
 
 ANNE...................1
house of close nuns; Anne, that was after honorably 2, 3/ 12
 
 ANNOYED................1
was in every part annoyed, yet especially ye here 2, 72/ 17
 
 ANON...................3
toward the city. But anon the tidings of this 2, 20/ 17
chamber might hold. And anon the Protector said to 2, 48/ 30
King had abused her, anon her husband (as he 2, 55/ 17
 
 ANOTHER................10
one man to do another wrong? That no man 2, 32/ 3
go to sanctuary with another man's goods, why should 2, 32/ 22
them." "Why, madam," quoth another lord, "know you anything 2, 36/ 26
fast were they in another place contriving the contrary 2, 44/ 20
quoth the Protector. And another let fly at the 2, 49/ 1
put in remembrance of another time in which it 2, 51/ 17
excelled: one the merriest, another the wiliest, the third 2, 56/ 7
one thing pretended and another meant, that there was 2, 82/ 26
bear the glory of another; so that I have 2, 90/ 10
but wried his head another way. But men say 2, 90/ 13
 
 ANSWER.................10
the end of his answer, but shortly took him 2, 18/ 24
faith, I dare well answer for mine uncle Rivers 2, 19/ 20
give them a resolute answer to the contrary, he 2, 40/ 16
ready and quick of answer, neither mute nor full 2, 56/ 3
had said, made her answer, part in earnest, part 2, 63/ 2
to him they will answer." With that, the Recorder 2, 75/ 22
require you give us answer one or other: whether 2, 76/ 9
provision, repressed. Upon this answer given, the Duke, by 2, 79/ 12
give them a resolute answer to the contrary, which 2, 79/ 22
die therefor; with which answer John Green returning, recounted 2, 83/ 21
 
 ANSWERED...............12
which words the King answered, "What my brother Marquis 2, 19/ 18
be boldest with him, answered and said that they 2, 47/ 27
fidelity to his friend) answered and said, "Certainly, my 2, 48/ 23
to report. Every man answered him fair, as though 2, 53/ 9
haste." And a merchant answered him that it was 2, 54/ 13
yet when the other answered him that there was 2, 68/ 32
and not one word answered thereunto. Wherewith the Duke 2, 75/ 4
one word was there answered of all the people 2, 75/ 15
very strangely thereat, and answered that all were it 2, 78/ 25
the Tower!), who plainly answered that he would never 2, 83/ 20
reign, my lord Morton answered, "Surely, my lord, folly 2, 92/ 4
that haste; and he answered, ' In faith, I 2, 93/ 5
 
 ANSWERING..............1
as they could, and answering for the time as 2, 13/ 27
 
 ANTHONY................1
was there appointed Sir Anthony Woodville (Lord Rivers and 2, 14/ 10
 
 ANY....................76
that there was never any prince of this land 2, 3/ 23
himself so specially in any part of his life 2, 3/ 25
people, for neither could any one man's pleasure stretch 2, 4/ 23
and man together, without any respect of God or 2, 6/ 6
purposed, or otherwise had any inkling thereof. For he 2, 9/ 16
needs be long ere any good conclusion go forward 2, 11/ 27
I wot ne'er whether any preacher's words ought more 2, 12/ 10
was reason nor in any wise to be suffered 2, 14/ 22
with the commodity of any man else, except only 2, 15/ 7
with the King than any respect of kindred, they 2, 15/ 11
of "his commandment" to any of our undoing; which 2, 15/ 17
and compel to return any man that were gotten 2, 18/ 3
they be innocent of any such matters." "Yea, my 2, 19/ 21
you, if they crown any other king than your 2, 22/ 6
own brother? And if any man think this consideration 2, 26/ 13
to more grief than any man here can divine 2, 26/ 23
do most good of any man, if it please 2, 26/ 31
can move her nor any man's reason content her 2, 27/ 8
for this time, except any of your lordships anything 2, 27/ 15
it were not in any wise to be attempted 2, 27/ 28
York, "God forbid that any man should, for anything 2, 28/ 10
need it. But for any manner need, I would 2, 28/ 13
from the King as any of us be. For 2, 28/ 32
For if she have any wit (as would God 2, 28/ 32
men there be whom any favorable necessity compelled to 2, 30/ 25
king intended to privilege any one place. For that 2, 32/ 1
hath every place. Knoweth any man any place wherein 2, 32/ 2
place. Knoweth any man any place wherein it is 2, 32/ 2
I would think without any scruple of conscience, without 2, 32/ 20
scruple of conscience, without any breach of privilege, to 2, 32/ 20
nor pope can give any place such a privilege 2, 32/ 25
he may lawfully, without any displeasure to Saint Peter 2, 33/ 1
this matter to trust any one man alone, or 2, 33/ 32
her time would in any wise serve her. When 2, 34/ 5
play cannot endure, nor any stranger for the convenience 2, 34/ 28
in that point for any of them as either 2, 34/ 30
was nor could be any manner jeopardy. "Whereby should 2, 37/ 2
men so greedy without any substantial cause to have 2, 37/ 10
perceive toward the child any evil intended. The Queen 2, 40/ 23
if I would, whatsoever any man say. And I 2, 41/ 21
if they wist where any of it lay in 2, 41/ 22
indeed if there were any new enterprise attempted. And 2, 43/ 22
by her than by any other whom he loved 2, 47/ 33
wise to go about any such folly; and also 2, 48/ 15
indeed -- or if any be, it is rather 2, 50/ 19
a corrupt intent than any virtuous affection. This woman 2, 55/ 6
the church lightly to any place but it were 2, 56/ 9
she never abused to any man's hurt, but to 2, 56/ 15
have time to devise any ways to resist. But 2, 58/ 10
to his instructions, without any difficulty, brought the matter 2, 60/ 11
for the regard of any temporal advantage -- yet 2, 63/ 8
reason that it mislike any man that I marry 2, 63/ 28
in hand and, without any deduction thereunto, out of 2, 68/ 13
need -- or if any were, it rather grew 2, 69/ 27
and unreasonable waste than any necessary or honorable charge 2, 69/ 28
sufficed not -- nor any usual names of known 2, 69/ 31
to rehearse of these any more by name, since 2, 70/ 28
or leger acquaintance, with any of those that were 2, 71/ 5
those that were at any time the King's enemies 2, 71/ 6
so mischievous as where any people fall at distance 2, 71/ 11
or countenance, but without any fear of God or 2, 72/ 9
kindly to treat as any part of his realm 2, 72/ 22
north parts), not willing any bastard blood to have 2, 74/ 6
in the same used any longer to continue, have 2, 74/ 7
him so suddenly, without any warning or knowledge whether 2, 77/ 19
unto none other person any part disclose, that at 2, 77/ 25
never prince reigned upon any people that were so 2, 78/ 22
than the crown of any one, of which he 2, 78/ 28
his honor stained for any crown; in which he 2, 78/ 34
Edward's line should not any longer reign upon them 2, 79/ 17
will not suffer, in any wise, King Edward's line 2, 79/ 30
history of Perkin in any compendious process by itself 2, 83/ 2
Sir Robert should in any wise put the two 2, 83/ 18
if King Richard had any such opinion conceived, he 2, 90/ 8
not ill taken, nor any demand of the Duke's 2, 90/ 15
the boar shall pick any matter at anything here 2, 93/ 12