NORTH..................3
Thomas Vaughan, into the north country into divers places 2, 20/ 12
and especially of the north parts), not willing any 2, 74/ 6
many gentlemen of the north country (to the number 2, 88/ 17
 
 NORTHAMPTON............6
to London gone from Northampton, when these dukes of 2, 17/ 8
were gotten out of Northampton toward Stony Stratford, till 2, 18/ 4
and all back unto Northampton, where they took again 2, 19/ 29
from Stony Stratford unto Northampton. "Notwithstanding, sir," quoth he 2, 21/ 11
from the King at Northampton and Stony Stratford. Which 2, 57/ 19
eftsoons departed. Whereupon at Northampton the Duke met with 2, 89/ 1
 
 NOSES..................1
cast away under our noses! And therefore -- I 2, 29/ 32
 
 NOT....................235
unto the Eighth; Cecily, not so fortunate as fair 2, 3/ 9
and burly, and nevertheless not uncomely; he was of 2, 4/ 19
hardly refraineth. This fault not greatly grieved the people 2, 4/ 22
people toward the prince, not in a constrained fear 2, 4/ 28
where he made them not so stately, but so 2, 5/ 16
of their friends had not unarmed them and left 2, 5/ 28
contrived to bereave them not only their dignity, but 2, 6/ 7
and a mighty, began not by war, but by 2, 6/ 14
Henry. But the Duke, not enduring so long to 2, 6/ 21
his own ambition had not set him against his 2, 7/ 3
kindred (as women commonly, not of malice but of 2, 7/ 7
travail that she could not be delivered of him 2, 7/ 25
the fame runneth, also not untoothed -- whether men 2, 7/ 27
where he inwardly hated, not letting to kiss whom 2, 8/ 9
kill; dispiteous and cruel, not for evil will always 2, 8/ 10
drift, covertly conveyed, lacked not in helping forth his 2, 8/ 23
thereof. For he was not likely to speak it 2, 9/ 16
and those that could not be won might be 2, 10/ 6
concord. For it sufficeth not that all you love 2, 11/ 19
it if ye agree not. For where each laboreth 2, 11/ 24
long been between you, not always for great causes 2, 12/ 5
that we eftsoons fall not in that occasion again 2, 13/ 9
drift by the Queen not unwisely devised, whereby her 2, 14/ 16
some folks' friendship had not held better place with 2, 15/ 10
us ere this. Why not as easily as they 2, 15/ 12
favor. These two -- not bearing each to other 2, 15/ 31
should gather this people, not for the King's safeguard 2, 16/ 19
-- which was likely not to be little, and 2, 16/ 25
up in great haste, not in good speed, with 2, 17/ 6
thing without his knowledge not begun for naught, comparing 2, 18/ 11
Howbeit, since he could not get away -- and 2, 18/ 14
himself close he would not, lest he should seem 2, 18/ 15
confusion, but it should not lie in his power 2, 18/ 21
excuse himself, they tarried not the end of his 2, 18/ 23
content, but it booted not. And at dinner the 2, 20/ 2
one, in like wise not long after midnight, from 2, 21/ 3
England), to his place not far from Westminster. And 2, 21/ 5
gave him in charge not to forbear his rest 2, 21/ 8
his rest, they letted not to wake him, nor 2, 21/ 8
reckoned this demeanor attempted not so specially against the 2, 22/ 25
arrest for their surety, not for the King's jeopardy 2, 23/ 10
till the matter were, not by the dukes only 2, 23/ 12
beware: that they judged not the matter too far 2, 23/ 16
as though they were not to be trusted with 2, 25/ 29
whereof standeth," quoth he, "not all in keeping from 2, 26/ 7
every man's mouth -- not in this realm only 2, 26/ 18
Wherefore, methinketh it were not worst to send unto 2, 26/ 25
pain. Which I doubt not, of his goodness, he 2, 26/ 32
his goodness, he will not refuse, for the King's 2, 26/ 32
present, that it were not in any wise to 2, 27/ 28
God's grace, we shall not need it. But for 2, 28/ 13
manner need, I would not we should do it 2, 28/ 14
that I bring it not so to pass, yet 2, 28/ 16
frowardness letteth her, and not fear. But go to 2, 29/ 12
from her, is it not likely enough that she 2, 29/ 26
other. And I doubt not but she now as 2, 29/ 27
long continued, I am not he that would be 2, 30/ 4
to begin, I would not be he that should 2, 30/ 5
them. Yet will I not say nay but that 2, 30/ 7
otherwise, there need we not the sanctuaries that God 2, 30/ 19
say although they were not abused as they now 2, 31/ 2
and say they dare not abide with their husbands 2, 31/ 12
those places gave them not only a safeguard for 2, 31/ 16
certain religious fear, have not broken it, let us 2, 31/ 22
reason will. Which is not fully so far forth 2, 31/ 24
standeth in danger abroad, not of great hurt only 2, 31/ 29
can have. Men come not to sanctuary as they 2, 32/ 12
man's goods, why should not the king, leaving his 2, 32/ 23
that if he were not delivered, he should be 2, 33/ 22
that this errand was not one man's mind, or 2, 33/ 31
that the Protector intended not in this matter to 2, 33/ 32
thing which highly sounded, not only to the great 2, 34/ 10
well she specially tendered), not only great comfort and 2, 34/ 23
thing the lord esteemed not slight, though it seem 2, 34/ 27
the Queen, "I say not nay but that it 2, 34/ 31
would all the Council not only be content, but 2, 35/ 20
obloquy; since there is not always so great necessity 2, 35/ 26
well content therewith yourself." "Not very well content," quoth 2, 35/ 32
yet the case is not like; for the one 2, 35/ 33
which as yet intend not to come forth and 2, 36/ 23
lest those that have not letted to put them 2, 36/ 29
send grace it hurt not. And therefore, as for 2, 37/ 7
for me, I purpose not as yet to depart 2, 37/ 7
sure, if he be not sure in this, the 2, 37/ 30
defend a thief may not save an innocent! But 2, 38/ 4
Would God he had not! Troweth the Protector (I 2, 38/ 6
he that I perceive not whereunto his painted process 2, 38/ 9
draweth? ' It is not honorable that the Duke 2, 38/ 11
as they be could not play but with their 2, 38/ 18
peers, or children could not play but with their 2, 38/ 19
matter. Suppose he could not ask it; suppose he 2, 38/ 23
it; suppose he would not ask it; suppose he 2, 38/ 23
I say he shall not -- if I ask 2, 38/ 24
goods too? Ye may not hence take my horse 2, 38/ 27
if my privilege could not serve him, nor he 2, 39/ 2
my child, I need not far to seek. For 2, 39/ 9
you know, this is not the first time that 2, 39/ 15
sanctuary when he may not come to it. For 2, 40/ 4
of sanctuary would I not my mortal enemy were 2, 40/ 7
soul both in pledge, not only for his surety 2, 40/ 14
verily thought she could not keep him there, but 2, 40/ 27
about that he could not be conveyed out untaken 2, 41/ 2
well assured they would not be corrupted. Then thought 2, 41/ 10
gentleman, whom I doubt not but I could here 2, 41/ 20
say. And I doubt not also but there be 2, 41/ 21
ware that you fear not as far too little 2, 42/ 7
that a man could not well tell whom he 2, 43/ 27
which he believed could not be avoided, he bent 2, 43/ 32
the common mischief could not be amended, he would 2, 43/ 34
as though all should not long be well, though 2, 44/ 23
purpose, caused, at length, not common people only, that 2, 45/ 7
it that he had not had either more troth 2, 45/ 29
the Lord Hastings had not put so special trust 2, 45/ 31
him or essayed him not, reported unto them that 2, 46/ 15
grudged that he was not before made of counsel 2, 48/ 1
in which he was not aware that it was 2, 48/ 5
quoth he, "I will not to dinner till I 2, 49/ 13
off." It booted him not to ask why, but 2, 49/ 13
for a longer would not be suffered, the Protector 2, 49/ 15
-- which he might not go to till this 2, 49/ 16
of that he could not avoid. For the self 2, 49/ 26
come, why thinketh he not that we might be 2, 50/ 15
while (but it lasted not long) far fallen into 2, 51/ 22
further was as yet not well-known. Of which their 2, 53/ 3
it were for anger, not for covetousness, the Protector 2, 54/ 14
for her husband dwelled not with her), and spoiled 2, 54/ 15
thing that herself could not deny, that all the 2, 54/ 22
were well ripe, she not very fervently loved for 2, 55/ 11
could his good -- not presuming to touch a 2, 55/ 18
fair face. Yet delighted not men so much in 2, 56/ 1
-- without displeasure and not without disport. The King 2, 56/ 5
women and wealthy be not always covetous. I doubt 2, 56/ 24
always covetous. I doubt not some shall think this 2, 56/ 26
deeds. Her doings were not much less, albeit they 2, 57/ 3
remembered because they were not so evil. For men 2, 57/ 4
dust -- which is not worst proved by her 2, 57/ 6
begged if she had not been. Now was it 2, 57/ 13
selfsame hour, was there (not without his assent) beheaded 2, 57/ 17
that they were traitors (not suffering them to speak 2, 57/ 28
think, that Penker was not of counsel of the 2, 59/ 8
since his sermon was not incontinent upon it, but 2, 59/ 10
this purpose he letted not. But nevertheless he would 2, 59/ 28
more favorably, handled -- not even fully plain and 2, 59/ 29
very wise -- he not only pitied her but 2, 61/ 7
as he that had not been wont elsewhere to 2, 61/ 26
easily perceive it booted not greatly to say nay 2, 61/ 34
and that he could not well otherwise do, standing 2, 62/ 5
moved already; which were not likely to take it 2, 62/ 7
also that it was not princely to marry his 2, 62/ 9
even worldly considered was not unprofitable. For he reckoned 2, 63/ 10
in that he disdained not to marry with one 2, 63/ 12
appetite. "And I doubt not," quoth he, "but there 2, 63/ 25
And therefore I let not them that like them 2, 63/ 27
a guardian! I would not be a king with 2, 64/ 1
thereon that she could not pull him back, so 2, 64/ 21
the King had also, not long before, gotten with 2, 64/ 25
either the bishops durst not, or the King would 2, 64/ 31
or the King would not, proceed to the solemnization 2, 64/ 31
that if it had not been for such kind 2, 65/ 5
at his pleasure, and not impossible to have attained 2, 65/ 32
himself, if he had not reckoned it a greater 2, 65/ 33
it that it could not be lost -- but 2, 66/ 7
lawfully begotten, nor were not the very children of 2, 66/ 19
provideth that it continueth not in their blood long 2, 67/ 2
forth that fifteenths sufficed not -- nor any usual 2, 69/ 31
every man should pay, not what himself of his 2, 70/ 2
negligent that he knoweth not, or so forgetful that 2, 70/ 24
forgetful that he remembereth not, or so hard-hearted that 2, 70/ 25
hard-hearted that he pitieth not, that worshipful man's loss 2, 70/ 25
whom the prince favored not! We need not, I 2, 70/ 28
favored not! We need not, I suppose, to rehearse 2, 70/ 28
there be, I doubt not, many here present that 2, 70/ 29
And peace long after not much surer than war 2, 71/ 24
or some displeasure, were not out of peril. For 2, 71/ 26
his own brother could not? What manner of folk 2, 71/ 29
of his realm -- not only for that the 2, 72/ 23
also for that ye, not without your great cost 2, 72/ 27
present errand. It shall not, I wot well, need 2, 72/ 33
so be. I am not so proud to look 2, 73/ 3
virtuous that he would not say the thing which 2, 73/ 6
he wist he should not say, in the pulpit 2, 73/ 7
well seem that marriage not well made, of which 2, 73/ 22
and which things shall not be spoken for me 2, 73/ 25
of the north parts), not willing any bastard blood 2, 74/ 6
own weal we doubt not but ye will; and 2, 74/ 26
hushed and mute, and not one word answered thereunto 2, 75/ 3
percase they perceive you not well." "That shall we 2, 75/ 8
other should speak first, not one word was there 2, 75/ 15
as the midnight -- not so much as rounding 2, 75/ 17
that the people had not been accustomed there to 2, 75/ 20
-- which peradventure we not so greatly needed but 2, 76/ 3
you, that we would not gladly do without you 2, 76/ 6
seemeth, either you see not or weigh not. Wherefore 2, 76/ 8
see not or weigh not. Wherefore we require you 2, 76/ 8
your king -- or not." At these words the 2, 76/ 11
report that we doubt not but it shall redound 2, 76/ 31
glad semblance that were not very merry; and some 2, 77/ 3
thither with the Duke, not able to dissemble their 2, 77/ 4
chamber -- and yet not down unto them, but 2, 77/ 26
as though he would not yet come too near 2, 77/ 28
pardon obtained they durst not be bold to move 2, 78/ 1
besides, yet were they not sure how His Grace 2, 78/ 3
desirous, that he could not find in his heart 2, 78/ 29
where the truth were not well-known, it should peradventure 2, 78/ 31
which infamy he would not have his honor stained 2, 78/ 34
as he that would not were not worthy to 2, 79/ 1
that would not were not worthy to have it 2, 79/ 1
have it. Notwithstanding, he not only pardoned them the 2, 79/ 2
King Edward's line should not any longer reign upon 2, 79/ 17
way although they had not yet begun it. Wherefore 2, 79/ 20
needs seek and should not fail to find some 2, 79/ 24
sorry) that they will not suffer, in any wise 2, 79/ 30
for the manner sake not be acknown what they 2, 80/ 26
days destroyed or no. Not for that only that 2, 82/ 21
end of those babes, not after every way that 2, 83/ 4
nephews living, men would not reckon that he could 2, 83/ 11
and sore longed upward, not rising yet so fast 2, 84/ 4
favor -- and namely not for him, whose pride 2, 84/ 8
him that he should not reign, but his uncle 2, 84/ 29
knight. But he allowed not, as I have heard 2, 86/ 3
sick, because he would not ride with him. And 2, 89/ 18
head, his eye could not abide the sight thereof 2, 90/ 12
he was of truth not well at ease, and 2, 90/ 14
Richard well known and not ill taken, nor any 2, 90/ 15
and nevertheless left it not nor forsook it in 2, 90/ 25
fast faith and wisdom, not only was content to 2, 91/ 2
contrary, Your Lordship would not, I ween, believe but 2, 92/ 6
had the crown, and not King Edward. But after 2, 92/ 7
otherwise provided, I purpose not to spurn against a 2, 92/ 13
with whom he should not have found the like 2, 92/ 26
my lord, I love not much to talk much 2, 92/ 27
of princes, as thing not all out of peril 2, 92/ 28
forasmuch as it shall not be taken as the 2, 92/ 29
-- the lion meant not by thee. For it 2, 93/ 8
in possession, I purpose not to dispute his title 2, 93/ 19