NEVERTHELESS...........14
bold and hardy, and nevertheless no farther than wisdom 2, 4/ 14
corpulent and burly, and nevertheless not uncomely; he was 2, 4/ 19
above his age. And nevertheless of estate convenient to 2, 26/ 11
own evil deserving. And nevertheless, if we loved neither 2, 28/ 27
such since his birth. Nevertheless, the Lord Chamberlain (which 2, 48/ 19
was true, and that nevertheless every man laughed at 2, 54/ 23
somewhat greater personages, and nevertheless of their humility content 2, 56/ 11
he letted not. But nevertheless he would that point 2, 59/ 28
temporal advantage -- yet nevertheless him seemed that this 2, 63/ 9
but ye will; and nevertheless I heartily pray you 2, 74/ 26
well and ornately, and nevertheless so evidently and plainly 2, 75/ 11
and final infortune hath nevertheless so far come in 2, 82/ 19
at Gloucester. (From which, nevertheless, he in fair manner 2, 90/ 1
was in wealth, and nevertheless left it not nor 2, 90/ 25
 
 NEW....................12
oversoon to trust a new friend made of an 2, 15/ 22
old variance than their new atonement. For which cause 2, 16/ 21
pleased them, and set new servants about him, such 2, 19/ 31
thereon. There devise they new robberies, nightly they steal 2, 31/ 14
to bear out a new surfeit. And albeit there 2, 35/ 13
if there were any new enterprise attempted. And that 2, 43/ 22
from him and set new about him. Thus many 2, 45/ 5
of more inheritance by new affinity in strange lands 2, 64/ 3
two years, leaving his new wife in Westminster, in 2, 65/ 23
the contrary, and of new intended to be, were 2, 79/ 10
to visit in his new honor the town of 2, 83/ 8
him that in this new world he would take 2, 88/ 12
 
 NEWLY..................2
sickness, and is so newly rather a little amended 2, 35/ 7
honest, which was so newly come into that office 2, 75/ 25
 
 NEXT...................10
first longing to be next the best, afterward equal 2, 12/ 26
Queen, so was planted next about the Prince. That 2, 14/ 15
to bring in the next way -- and some 2, 21/ 24
that at the Council next assembled, he was made 2, 24/ 27
Wherefore, incontinent, at the next meeting of the lords 2, 25/ 18
For the self night next before his death, the 2, 49/ 30
such harness as came next to hand; and so 2, 53/ 5
the night last past, next before his death; so 2, 53/ 28
themselves no good. The next day the Protector, with 2, 81/ 11
James appointed the night next ensuing to destroy them 2, 84/ 26
 
 NIGH...................3
the King and too nigh to the Queen. Now 2, 58/ 2
prince, that ought as nigh to approach priesthood in 2, 62/ 27
in themselves or their nigh friends have known as 2, 70/ 30
 
 NIGHT..................12
learned: that the self night in which King Edward 2, 9/ 8
was there made that night much friendly cheer between 2, 17/ 15
great part of the night. And at their rising 2, 17/ 22
multitude of angels by night -- so specially hallowed 2, 28/ 4
in making day and night at Westminster, and much 2, 46/ 32
avoid. For the self night next before his death 2, 49/ 30
far yet the same night that they should be 2, 50/ 9
nightly, and namely the night last past, next before 2, 53/ 27
thought, that the same night he said unto a 2, 83/ 24
the Tower for one night, to the end he 2, 84/ 23
Sir James appointed the night next ensuing to destroy 2, 84/ 26
the dead of the night, after all other folk 2, 88/ 9
 
 NIGHT'S................2
present with this last night's cheer, in so few 2, 18/ 12
do rise in the night's rest by reason of 2, 50/ 12
 
 NIGHTLY................2
devise they new robberies, nightly they steal out, they 2, 31/ 14
with whom he lay nightly, and namely the night 2, 53/ 27
 
 NIGHTS.................1
took ill rest a nights, lay long waking and 2, 87/ 16
 
 NINE...................1
them -- first about nine of the clock, saluting 2, 47/ 3
 
 NINTH..................1
died at Westminster the ninth day of April, the 2, 3/ 4
 
 NO.....................120
and hardy, and nevertheless no farther than wisdom would 2, 4/ 14
well consider, he shall no less commend his wisdom 2, 4/ 15
quiet and prosperous estate: no fear of outward enemies 2, 4/ 26
fear of outward enemies, no war in hand, nor 2, 4/ 27
toward, but such as no man looked for; the 2, 4/ 28
and so familiar, that no part of his virtues 2, 5/ 8
into the city, that no one thing in many 2, 5/ 18
advantage grew, he spared no man's death whose life 2, 8/ 13
this point is there no certainty, and whoso divineth 2, 9/ 5
God they did, should no less move us to 2, 12/ 16
And therewithal the King, no longer enduring to sit 2, 13/ 24
also to His Grace no surety to have the 2, 14/ 31
him, and unto us no little jeopardy to suffer 2, 15/ 1
King's safeguard -- whom no man impugned -- but 2, 16/ 19
fault, whereof he saw no such cause in himself 2, 18/ 16
friends arrested and sent no man wist whither, to 2, 20/ 21
word that there is no fear. For he assureth 2, 21/ 12
all on men's backs; no man unoccupied; some lading 2, 21/ 22
Gloucester's servants, watching that no man should go to 2, 22/ 15
troth toward the King no man doubted nor needed 2, 23/ 3
in safeguard, and there no longer should remain than 2, 23/ 12
taken (among which stuff no marvel though some were 2, 24/ 5
achieved, yet durst he no further attempt as long 2, 25/ 13
light (which I think no man thinketh that loveth 2, 26/ 14
man will ween that no man will so do 2, 26/ 21
she could be in no wise entreated with her 2, 27/ 26
all well perceive that no lack of my devoir 2, 28/ 18
well knoweth she needeth no such thing to fear 2, 28/ 21
for her, here is no man that will be 2, 28/ 22
kin, yet were there no cause to think that 2, 28/ 27
wit), she reckoneth herself no wiser than she thinketh 2, 29/ 2
pass (as it were no great mastery, we letting 2, 29/ 29
yet will I break no sanctuary therefor. For verily 2, 30/ 2
thank of God and no breach of the privilege 2, 31/ 19
do another wrong? That no man unlawfully take hurt 2, 32/ 3
it. And reason, since no man hath cause to 2, 32/ 14
But he can be no sanctuary man that neither 2, 33/ 12
or liberty can by no lawful process stand in 2, 33/ 14
plainly that he breaketh no sanctuary." When the Duke 2, 33/ 19
and to leave her no respite to convey him 2, 34/ 3
that I dare put no person earthly in trust 2, 35/ 8
mother that bore him." "No man denieth, good madam 2, 35/ 17
suffer him bide where no man doubteth he shall 2, 36/ 21
it is, I trow, no great marvel though I 2, 36/ 28
that he should harp no more upon that string 2, 36/ 33
that he can have no privilege in this place 2, 37/ 15
And therefore they reckon no privilege broken though they 2, 37/ 17
my son can "deserve" no sanctuary, and therefore he 2, 38/ 2
But "he is in no jeopardy," "nor hath no 2, 38/ 5
no jeopardy," "nor hath no need thereof." Would God 2, 38/ 5
brother -- that hath no lust to play, for 2, 38/ 16
his guardian. Then may no man, I suppose, take 2, 38/ 31
of my fear hath no man to do to 2, 39/ 30
And yet fear I no further than the law 2, 39/ 31
a kingdom! I can no more, but whosoever he 2, 40/ 2
conclusion, that he would no longer dispute the matter 2, 40/ 12
of a kingdom knoweth no kindred. The brother hath 2, 41/ 25
avail, for there was no way left to redeem 2, 43/ 17
and that it were no doubt but he would 2, 43/ 21
haply turn them to no good to be too 2, 45/ 3
most weighty matters put no man in so special 2, 45/ 21
trust, reckoning himself to no man so lief, since 2, 45/ 22
well wist there was no man to him so 2, 45/ 23
words, that he durst no further break. And of 2, 46/ 16
most loved. And also, no man was there present 2, 48/ 18
he was disposed utterly no longer to bide -- 2, 49/ 32
he was thoroughly determined no longer to tarry, but 2, 50/ 7
Wherefore either is there no peril -- nor none 2, 50/ 18
be merry and have no fear; for I ensure 2, 50/ 23
to them to whom no such mischance is toward 2, 50/ 29
this that followeth was no warning, but an enemious 2, 50/ 32
that priest? You have no need of a priest 2, 51/ 9
be God they got no good, nor ye none 2, 52/ 4
heart and courage fore-studied no perils; a loving man 2, 52/ 21
ill-faring brigandines, such as no man should ween that 2, 52/ 28
him fair, as though no man mistrusted the matter 2, 53/ 9
matter which of truth no man believed. Yet for 2, 53/ 10
in conclusion, when that no color could fasten upon 2, 54/ 20
-- as one whom no man could get out 2, 56/ 9
their own strengths, while no man wist what to 2, 58/ 6
their learning, and had no scrupulous conscience. Among these 2, 58/ 21
of tedious flattery that no man's ears could abide 2, 59/ 1
the friar forced for no shame, and so it 2, 59/ 7
marry his own subject, no great occasion leading thereunto 2, 62/ 9
great occasion leading thereunto, no possessions or other commodities 2, 62/ 10
as there is between no merchant and his own 2, 62/ 15
reckoned the amity of no earthly nation so necessary 2, 63/ 10
them to wed them. No more is it reason 2, 63/ 27
to be compelled to no larger proof than themselves 2, 66/ 14
him that they talked no good, yet when the 2, 68/ 31
great and weighty, and no less weighty than pleasing 2, 69/ 14
the realm; nor to no part of the realm 2, 69/ 15
never end and oftentimes no need -- or if 2, 69/ 27
every man took as no man would of his 2, 70/ 1
treason. Whereof, I think, no man looketh that we 2, 70/ 12
the prince's pleasure; with no less honor to Markham 2, 70/ 16
And also there was no crime so great, of 2, 71/ 1
than war. So that no time was there in 2, 71/ 24
the realm intolerable. For no woman was there anywhere 2, 72/ 6
and so wise that no man better wotteth what 2, 73/ 5
warn you well, is no child's office. And that 2, 74/ 16
the Duke's words and no part his own. But 2, 75/ 30
But all this nothing no change made in the 2, 75/ 31
man with one voice, no man saying nay. "Wherefore 2, 76/ 27
whom they would in no wise offend. Then the 2, 78/ 4
that it was now no surety to retreat, as 2, 79/ 18
to govern them, whom no man earthly can govern 2, 79/ 31
well also perceive that no man is there to 2, 79/ 32
well wist there was no man so dull that 2, 80/ 23
will be bishop or no, and he must twice 2, 80/ 30
wise be, will meddle no farther. For they that 2, 81/ 8
play and do themselves no good. The next day 2, 81/ 10
to the intent that no man should hate him 2, 81/ 25
his days destroyed or no. Not for that only 2, 82/ 21
Catesby, which, longing for no more partners of the 2, 84/ 6
they wist, would bear no peer -- kept him 2, 84/ 8
Now had he outward no long time in rest 2, 87/ 21
honorable in behavior, lacking no wise ways to win 2, 90/ 23
and his beads and no farther. Then longed the 2, 92/ 17
is in thine head." "No, marry," quoth he, "that 2, 93/ 9