MYSELF.................6
God's grace, so wed myself to mine own will 2, 27/ 17
with his keeping but myself only, considering that there 2, 35/ 8
come forth and jeopard myself after others of my 2, 36/ 23
the privilege but for myself! -- I say he 2, 38/ 25
I have brought up myself, those that I had 2, 83/ 25
and whereof I am myself one poor member, I 2, 93/ 20
 
 NAKED..................1
they laid their bodies naked out upon the bed 2, 85/ 26
 
 NAME...................17
King Edward, of that name the fourth, after that 2, 3/ 1
virtue of her whose name she bore, professed and 2, 3/ 10
witting might abuse the name of "his commandment" to 2, 15/ 17
mother's friends, under the name of their enemies. Upon 2, 16/ 3
have the face and name of a rebellion -- 2, 16/ 10
assemble in the King's name much people, they should 2, 16/ 16
let it a God's name stand in force as 2, 31/ 23
pursuivant of his own name. And of their meeting 2, 51/ 16
city in the King's name, containing that the Lord 2, 53/ 13
pain) in the Protector's name, the Duke stood up 2, 69/ 8
but under an easy name of "benevolence and good 2, 69/ 32
given. As though the name of "benevolence" had signified 2, 70/ 2
you of examples by name -- as though Burdet 2, 70/ 13
these any more by name, since there be, I 2, 70/ 29
him by his own name while he standeth in 2, 81/ 4
which he bore the name of his old, devised 2, 83/ 9
the Protector left that name and took himself as 2, 84/ 28
 
 NAMELESS...............1
humility content to be nameless and to forbear the 2, 56/ 11
 
 NAMELY.................7
Prince -- in youth namely, which is light of 2, 15/ 3
he lay nightly, and namely the night last past 2, 53/ 27
so fair and lovely, namely while the wondering of 2, 54/ 31
to flattery after -- namely since his sermon was 2, 59/ 9
the word of God, namely a man so cunning 2, 73/ 4
say, in the pulpit namely, into which none honest 2, 73/ 7
prince's favor -- and namely not for him, whose 2, 84/ 8
 
 NAMES..................2
-- nor any usual names of known taxes -- 2, 69/ 31
matters aggrieved with heinous names. And also there was 2, 71/ 1
 
 NASHFIELD'S............1
the Duke's servants and Nashfield's, and others belonging to 2, 76/ 16
 
 NATION.................2
amity of no earthly nation so necessary for him 2, 63/ 10
nor in none earthly nation so deadly and so 2, 71/ 12
 
 NATIONS................2
receiveth among all other nations, but also for that 2, 72/ 26
For in all other nations, where the truth were 2, 78/ 31
 
 NATURAL................3
when he perceived his natural strength so sore enfeebled 2, 10/ 15
comfort to have his natural brother in company as 2, 34/ 13
a man of great natural wit, very well-learned, and 2, 90/ 22
 
 NATURE.................15
as many gifts of nature, as many princely virtues 2, 5/ 25
of Gloucester -- by nature their uncle, by office 2, 6/ 3
of malice but of nature, hate them whom their 2, 7/ 7
truth, or else that nature changed her course in 2, 7/ 28
among them which by nature and law most ought 2, 12/ 21
the law, and very nature forbiddeth in every place 2, 32/ 5
love to his king, nature and kindred proveth; whose 2, 32/ 10
sickness, with which disease nature, being forlabored, forwearied, and 2, 35/ 12
his sickness miscarried by nature, yet might he run 2, 36/ 1
infant, the law of nature will the mother keep 2, 39/ 26
a secret instinct of nature misgiveth them -- as 2, 44/ 26
blindness of our mortal nature! When he most feared 2, 52/ 14
neither unlearned and of nature marvelously well-spoken) he said 2, 69/ 9
Lord Protector, bearing, as nature requireth, a filial reverence 2, 73/ 27
unlikely (the deep dissimulating nature of those both men 2, 90/ 3
 
 NATURE'S...............1
goodly personage, and for nature's gifts, worthy to have 2, 84/ 1
 
 NAUGHT.................6
to speak it of naught. But now to return 2, 9/ 17
evil drifts drive to naught and good plain ways 2, 12/ 3
knowledge not begun for naught, comparing this manner present 2, 18/ 11
will so do for naught. And such evil opinion 2, 26/ 21
unthriftiness hath brought to naught. "What a rabble of 2, 30/ 27
taken: that she was naught of her body. And 2, 54/ 24
 
 NAY....................8
the let." "Womanish fear? Nay, womanish frowardness!" quoth the 2, 28/ 19
will I not say nay but that it is 2, 30/ 7
Queen, "I say not nay but that it were 2, 34/ 32
should be in jeopardy?" "Nay, verily, sir," quoth she 2, 36/ 27
be so stiffly said nay, so much esteemed her 2, 61/ 26
not greatly to say nay. Notwithstanding, the Duchess of 2, 61/ 34
voice, no man saying nay. "Wherefore, friends," quoth the 2, 76/ 28
he must twice say nay, and at the third 2, 80/ 30
 
 NE'ER..................2
and yet I wot ne'er whether any preacher's words 2, 12/ 10
long ago I wot ne'er what pope and what 2, 31/ 20
 
 NEAR...................13
some others already, as near of his royal blood 2, 15/ 13
and Buckingham were so near, and came so shortly 2, 23/ 28
When the King approached near to the city, Edmund 2, 24/ 16
that I am so near of kin to the 2, 37/ 5
was was of his near, secret counsel and whom 2, 45/ 20
time appointed then so near approached that the pageants 2, 46/ 31
me -- being so near of blood unto the 2, 47/ 22
of man's mind so near his death. Upon the 2, 51/ 14
very Tower wharf, so near the place where his 2, 51/ 14
of kindred or alliance, near familiarity or leger acquaintance 2, 71/ 5
at hand, since that near hereabout was commonly his 2, 72/ 20
not yet come too near them till he wist 2, 77/ 28
it shall never come near their ear." "In good 2, 93/ 13
 
 NEARER.................1
and taking the Mayor nearer to him, with others 2, 75/ 5
 
 NEAREST................3
everyone as he was nearest of kin unto the 2, 14/ 15
appointed, as the King's nearest friends, to the tuition 2, 25/ 31
for that you were nearest at hand, since that 2, 72/ 20
 
 NECESSARY..............4
for good purposes and necessary, by the whole Council 2, 19/ 16
of all folk most necessary about your children -- 2, 35/ 19
no earthly nation so necessary for him as the 2, 63/ 11
unreasonable waste than any necessary or honorable charge. So 2, 69/ 28
 
 NECESSITY..............5
Law. For if either necessity, his own defense, or 2, 30/ 20
be whom any favorable necessity compelled to go thither 2, 30/ 25
all sanctuaries. From which necessity this noble prince is 2, 32/ 9
not always so great necessity to have the child 2, 35/ 26
except that some sudden necessity had constrained them. And 2, 52/ 30
 
 NEED...................18
hath anything the less need for the late-made atonement 2, 15/ 19
that it neither were need and also should be 2, 16/ 12
he thought had more need of comfort, as one 2, 20/ 7
grace, we shall not need it. But for any 2, 28/ 13
But for any manner need, I would not we 2, 28/ 14
it is otherwise, there need we not the sanctuaries 2, 30/ 19
fault maketh him fain need to require it. What 2, 32/ 16
to require it if need were, I dare say 2, 32/ 18
may have deserved to need it, if they think 2, 33/ 11
jeopardy," "nor hath no need thereof." Would God he 2, 38/ 5
for my child, I need not far to seek 2, 39/ 8
God shortly send him need of sanctuary when he 2, 40/ 4
priest? You have no need of a priest yet 2, 51/ 9
end and oftentimes no need -- or if any 2, 69/ 27
prince favored not! We need not, I suppose, to 2, 70/ 28
not, I wot well, need that I rehearse you 2, 72/ 33
thousand good fellows if need were. The messenger, sent 2, 88/ 13
men considered, and what need in that green world 2, 90/ 4