NOBLE..................46
birth and virtue. This noble prince deceased at his 2, 3/ 18
I have said) this noble king in that time 2, 5/ 22
had been to his noble children (having in themselves 2, 5/ 24
Duke of York, a noble man and a mighty 2, 6/ 13
Clarence, was a goodly, noble prince and at all 2, 7/ 2
the Lord Hastings, a noble man then Lord Chamberlain 2, 10/ 28
draw down with this noble realm to ruin, but 2, 11/ 31
King was departed, the noble Prince his son drew 2, 13/ 31
King, and the less noble to be left about 2, 14/ 29
subdue and destroy the noble blood of the realm 2, 19/ 12
like wise as that noble prince your husband delivered 2, 22/ 9
and of other the noble blood of the realm 2, 24/ 1
carriage to destroy the noble lords with." This device 2, 24/ 10
convenient to accompany his noble majesty. Wherefore, with whom 2, 26/ 12
bring him to his noble presence -- in whose 2, 27/ 11
should hate the King's noble brother, to whose grace 2, 28/ 28
From which necessity this noble prince is far, whose 2, 32/ 9
And as toward her noble person, neither was nor 2, 37/ 1
widow -- born of noble blood, especially by her 2, 60/ 15
to marry in a noble progeny out of his 2, 62/ 3
the children of the noble duke, as those that 2, 67/ 25
he said, "that very noble prince, that special pattern 2, 67/ 28
very face of the noble duke his father." "This 2, 67/ 30
express likeness of that noble duke." Now was it 2, 67/ 32
This is the very noble prince, the special pattern 2, 68/ 15
very face of the noble duke of York his 2, 68/ 17
express likeness of the noble duke, whose remembrance can 2, 68/ 20
the citizens of this noble city. For why? That 2, 69/ 16
and mayor of this noble city! Who is of 2, 70/ 22
effusion of the ancient noble blood of this realm 2, 71/ 20
great enfeebling of this noble land, besides many a 2, 71/ 22
the citizens of this noble city -- as well 2, 72/ 18
the prince by this noble city (as his special 2, 72/ 24
great part of the noble blood of this realm 2, 73/ 21
avoiding displeasure of my noble Lord Protector, bearing, as 2, 73/ 26
coming of the late noble prince Richard, Duke of 2, 73/ 30
son of the fore-remembered noble duke of York. Which 2, 74/ 3
virtues which in his noble person singularly abound, the 2, 74/ 5
thank God that this noble personage, which is so 2, 74/ 19
-- to have this noble prince, now Protector, to 2, 76/ 10
minds to have this noble man for your king 2, 76/ 29
with you, unto his noble Grace, to make our 2, 76/ 33
kingdom of the two noble realms England and France 2, 80/ 9
time of the late noble prince of famous memory 2, 83/ 1
lie, were these two noble princes -- these innocent 2, 86/ 15
the world, till the noble prince King Henry VII 2, 91/ 13
 
 NOBLEMAN...............2
fetching forth of this nobleman, to his honor and 2, 31/ 25
to find some other nobleman that would. These words 2, 79/ 24
 
 NOBLEMEN...............4
Chamberlain), with many other noblemen, to commune and devise 2, 44/ 18
of Warwick, with other noblemen in his company, unto 2, 60/ 7
of Buckingham, with divers noblemen with him, besides many 2, 77/ 12
as well with other noblemen about him as with 2, 79/ 13
 
 NOBLES.................7
life, was with many nobles of the realm at 2, 6/ 24
the assent of the nobles of the land were 2, 25/ 30
person singularly abound, the nobles and commons also of 2, 74/ 5
join with us, the nobles, in our said request 2, 74/ 25
minded as all the nobles of the realm be 2, 76/ 9
joined your election, the nobles and commons of this 2, 80/ 3
win unto him the nobles, the merchants, the artificers 2, 81/ 23
 
 NOBODY.................1
the arm. And if nobody may be taken out 2, 33/ 2
 
 NON....................1
his theme "Spuria vitulamina non agent radices altas," that 2, 66/ 27
 
 NONE...................35
war in hand, nor none toward, but such as 2, 4/ 27
London to him for none other errand but to 2, 5/ 15
many things unnaturally committed. None evil captain was he 2, 7/ 30
face toward them; and none was there present that 2, 13/ 25
Of which good provision none of us hath anything 2, 15/ 19
the parties' wills. Nor none of us, I believe 2, 15/ 21
lord loved other, and none other thing studied upon 2, 16/ 14
of the inn, that none should pass forth without 2, 17/ 29
go to sanctuary, nor none could pass unsearched. Then 2, 22/ 15
with the King, in none other manner, with none 2, 23/ 29
none other manner, with none other voice or semblance 2, 23/ 29
by her done to none other intent but to 2, 25/ 28
For all which considerations, none seemeth me more meetly 2, 26/ 29
rest! Howbeit, there is none of her kin the 2, 28/ 25
Verily, I look for none other. And I doubt 2, 29/ 27
as for him, neither none he needeth nor also 2, 32/ 11
he needeth nor also none can have. Men come 2, 32/ 12
if she can allege none other cause, he may 2, 32/ 34
And herein is there none at all. And verily 2, 33/ 8
the spiritual also, thinking none hurt earthly meant toward 2, 33/ 21
him, yet is there none that either knoweth better 2, 35/ 15
as though there could none be found to play 2, 38/ 15
that there could be none harm toward him in 2, 46/ 3
no peril -- nor none there is, indeed -- 2, 50/ 18
no good, nor ye none harm, thereby." "Thou wouldst 2, 52/ 4
great stead, either for none or very small rewards 2, 56/ 20
that point could be none other color but to 2, 59/ 26
perceived that there was none impediment, the King with 2, 65/ 8
among themselves, nor in none earthly nation so deadly 2, 71/ 12
pulpit namely, into which none honest man cometh to 2, 73/ 8
which they would unto none other person any part 2, 77/ 25
he bore them all, none of them anything would 2, 78/ 8
he saw there was none other way but that 2, 79/ 27
of death there should none horned beast abide in 2, 93/ 3
thee. For it is none horn that is in 2, 93/ 8
 
 NOR....................57
substance of the people; nor he himself so specially 2, 3/ 25
no war in hand, nor none toward, but such 2, 4/ 27
Englishmen from the prince), nor anything intended he to 2, 5/ 3
but ye give it, nor ye give it if 2, 11/ 24
it neither was reason nor in any wise to 2, 14/ 22
honorable to His Majesty nor unto us, and also 2, 14/ 31
than the parties' wills. Nor none of us, I 2, 15/ 21
-- neither his servants nor himself suffered to go 2, 18/ 10
manner, nothing earthly knowing nor mistrusting as yet. But 2, 19/ 6
not to wake him, nor he to admit this 2, 21/ 8
should go to sanctuary, nor none could pass unsearched 2, 22/ 15
King no man doubted nor needed to doubt, persuaded 2, 23/ 3
they knew the truth; nor, turning their private grudges 2, 23/ 17
be neither far under nor far above his age 2, 26/ 11
advertisement can move her nor any man's reason content 2, 27/ 8
we loved neither her nor her kin, yet were 2, 28/ 27
which he neither is nor can be a sanctuary 2, 31/ 27
unlawful harms, never pope nor king intended to privilege 2, 31/ 30
neither none he needeth nor also none can have 2, 32/ 12
sanctuary? For neither king nor pope can give any 2, 32/ 24
wisdom to desire it nor malice to deserve it 2, 33/ 13
and play cannot endure, nor any stranger for the 2, 34/ 28
verily, sir," quoth she. "Nor why they should be 2, 36/ 27
noble person, neither was nor could be any manner 2, 37/ 2
will to ask it nor malice to deserve it 2, 37/ 16
is in no jeopardy," "nor hath no need thereof 2, 38/ 5
could not serve him, nor he ask it for 2, 39/ 2
time to serve her nor place determined, nor persons 2, 40/ 29
her nor place determined, nor persons appointed -- all 2, 40/ 29
faith she nothing doubted, nor of some other lords' 2, 41/ 7
to mistrust your wits nor so suspicious to mistrust 2, 41/ 15
lack ye of yourselves nor can lack help in 2, 42/ 3
wist what they feared nor wherefore: were it that 2, 44/ 24
there no peril -- nor none there is, indeed 2, 50/ 18
he was never merrier nor never so full of 2, 51/ 11
they got no good, nor ye none harm, thereby 2, 52/ 4
was never so sorry, nor never stood in so 2, 52/ 9
my life so merry, nor never in so great 2, 52/ 13
of answer, neither mute nor full of babble, sometimes 2, 56/ 4
wist what to think nor whom to trust, ere 2, 58/ 7
at that I love, nor is so unreasonable to 2, 63/ 31
neither King Edward himself nor the Duke of Clarence 2, 66/ 18
Clarence were lawfully begotten, nor were not the very 2, 66/ 19
neither King Edward himself nor the Duke of Clarence 2, 67/ 23
to all the realm; nor to no part of 2, 69/ 15
fifteenths sufficed not -- nor any usual names of 2, 69/ 31
at distance among themselves, nor in none earthly nation 2, 71/ 12
never so long-continued dissension, nor so many battles in 2, 71/ 14
battles in the season, nor so cruel and so 2, 71/ 14
rule of the land, nor the abusions before in 2, 74/ 7
voice was neither loud nor distinct, but, as it 2, 76/ 14
never tied his points, nor aught recked of himself 2, 85/ 7
and not ill taken, nor any demand of the 2, 90/ 15
nevertheless left it not nor forsook it in woe 2, 90/ 25
spurn against a prick nor labor to set up 2, 92/ 13
faith, I neither wot nor reck, so I were 2, 93/ 6
you, neither the lion nor the boar shall pick 2, 93/ 11