OFF....................10
Which country, being far off from the law and 2, 14/ 4
how far be they off? -- if that would 2, 37/ 6
the longer, the farther off, and also that she 2, 40/ 9
words cast out afar off, whether he could think 2, 46/ 13
I see thy head off." It booted him not 2, 49/ 13
timber and there stricken off, and afterward his body 2, 49/ 22
where his head was off so soon after, there 2, 51/ 15
was fain to leave off and come down in 2, 59/ 3
set than to fall off for a word. And 2, 61/ 22
King Edward was far off. But the Lord Protector 2, 67/ 27
 
 OFFEND.................1
would in no wise offend. Then the Protector, as 2, 78/ 5
 
 OFFENDED...............2
the young king was offended with him for his 2, 43/ 11
many that had highly offended, she obtained pardon. Of 2, 56/ 18
 
 OFFENSE................1
left to redeem his offense by benefits, but he 2, 43/ 18
 
 OFFENSES...............1
did openly pardon all offenses committed against him. And 2, 81/ 30
 
 OFFERED................1
known. Wherefore, this occasion offered, of very special friendship 2, 84/ 10
 
 OFFICE.................7
nature their uncle, by office their Protector, to their 2, 6/ 3
have appointed that butcherly office to some other than 2, 8/ 21
captain of Calais (which office the Lord Rivers, brother 2, 11/ 5
the other by his office and the King's favor 2, 15/ 31
Justice, that left his office rather than he would 2, 70/ 18
well, is no child's office. And that the great 2, 74/ 16
newly come into that office that he never had 2, 75/ 26
 
 OFFICES................1
others kept still their offices that they had before 2, 25/ 10
 
 OFTEN..................5
-- sometimes in wealth, often in adversity -- at 2, 3/ 15
And verily I have often heard of sanctuary men 2, 33/ 8
which self thing is often seen a sign of 2, 51/ 12
in strange lands, is often the occasion of more 2, 64/ 4
by the long and often alternate proof as well 2, 91/ 18
 
 OFTENER................1
evil will always, but oftener for ambition, and either 2, 8/ 10
 
 OFTENTIMES.............3
the common people, which oftentimes more esteem and take 2, 5/ 20
observed as a token oftentimes notably foregoing some great 2, 50/ 31
was never end and oftentimes no need -- or 2, 69/ 27
 
 OLD....................13
of Gloucester had of old foreminded this conclusion, or 2, 9/ 21
pretext of revenging of old displeasure, abuse the anger 2, 10/ 4
friend made of an old foe, or to think 2, 15/ 22
more regard to their old variance than their new 2, 16/ 21
God appointed in the Old Law. For if either 2, 30/ 20
divers of the Prince's old servants from him and 2, 45/ 5
it been of an old rite and custom observed 2, 50/ 30
Buckingham, stood harnessed in old, ill-faring brigandines, such as 2, 52/ 28
For now is she old, lean, withered, and dried 2, 55/ 30
taken out of the Old Testament and other ancient 2, 67/ 7
that had been his old friend what the people 2, 68/ 30
there anywhere, young or old, rich or poor, whom 2, 72/ 7
the name of his old, devised, as he rode 2, 83/ 9
 
 ON.....................45
as it is reported on this wise said unto 2, 11/ 10
up, laid him down on his right side, his 2, 13/ 25
which, the King being on their side, his part 2, 16/ 10
cause they should assemble on the other part much 2, 16/ 22
all the realm fall on a roar. And of 2, 16/ 24
the King's uncle, intending on the morrow to follow 2, 17/ 13
closed and the ways on every side beset -- 2, 18/ 9
company ready to leap on horseback and depart forward 2, 18/ 28
to the King, and on their knees, in very 2, 19/ 4
packs, fardels, trusses, all on men's backs; no man 2, 21/ 22
herself sat alone, alow on the rushes, all desolate 2, 21/ 26
with them, we shall on the morrow crown his 2, 22/ 7
should the authority be on that side where the 2, 23/ 24
and came so shortly on with the King, in 2, 23/ 28
have had their harnesses on their backs than to 2, 24/ 13
thither. And then see, on the other side, what 2, 30/ 26
unready, this message came on her so suddenly, nothing 2, 40/ 30
made men to muse on the matter, though the 2, 44/ 30
quoth the Lord Hastings, "on my life, never doubt 2, 45/ 15
that is to wit, on the Friday the thirteenth 2, 46/ 27
and frothing and gnawing on his lips, and so 2, 47/ 17
kept Shore's wife -- on whom he somewhat doted 2, 48/ 20
I will make good on thy body, traitor!" And 2, 48/ 26
I pray you come on! Whereto talk you so 2, 51/ 8
drove them to put on for their defense such 2, 53/ 5
field that he had on Shrove Tuesday at St 2, 60/ 22
but also waxed enamored on her. And taking her 2, 61/ 8
he had, at Barnet on the Easter Day field 2, 66/ 3
and consumed away. Then on the Tuesday following this 2, 69/ 1
you, at Paul's Cross on Sunday last past, the 2, 73/ 9
at their eyes. Then on the morrow after, the 2, 77/ 7
humble petition unto him, on the behalf of them 2, 77/ 30
that the matter was on both parts made so 2, 80/ 21
page, "there lieth one on your pallet without, that 2, 83/ 28
into the pallet chamber, on which he found in 2, 84/ 16
him nothing strange. Wherefore, on the morrow, he sent 2, 84/ 21
dispiteous tormentors. Which things on every part well pondered 2, 86/ 20
his enemies' hands, harried on horseback dead, his hair 2, 87/ 5
fenced, his hand ever on his dagger, his countenance 2, 87/ 15
hundred horses), was come on his way to Londonward 2, 88/ 18
endure to look aright on King Richard, but ever 2, 89/ 15
carried. Whereupon he rode on (with evil will), and 2, 89/ 20
will), and that notwithstanding, on the morrow rose from 2, 89/ 21
And ever I think on Aesop's tale, that when 2, 93/ 1
lion had proclaimed that on pain of death there 2, 93/ 2
 
 ONCE...................12
among states where he once entereth creepeth forth so 2, 12/ 24
And such evil opinion once fastened in men's hearts 2, 26/ 22
the craft after they once fall thereto, it is 2, 30/ 16
Let me kiss you once yet ere you go 2, 42/ 9
and since he had once begun, he would stoutly 2, 43/ 31
can there be thing once minded that should sound 2, 45/ 17
I met thee here once with an heavy heart 2, 52/ 2
shameful sermon. After which once ended, the preacher got 2, 68/ 26
owl. And when he once asked one that had 2, 68/ 29
stood if he fell once in suspicion of the 2, 90/ 5
both his masters at once, with infinite benefit to 2, 91/ 10
reck, so I were once hence, because of this 2, 93/ 6
 
 ONE....................78
two and twenty years, one month, and eight days 2, 3/ 3
for neither could any one man's pleasure stretch and 2, 4/ 23
the city, that no one thing in many days 2, 5/ 18
which King Edward died, one Mistlebrook, long ere morning 2, 9/ 8
to the house of one Pottier, dwelling in Red 2, 9/ 9
and ignorance of the one party to the destruction 2, 10/ 5
looked therefor. For of one thing was he certain 2, 10/ 7
to remember: that the one part of you is 2, 12/ 12
attendance of which every one ought him as faithful 2, 14/ 25
kindness, suddenly contracted in one hour, continued yet scant 2, 15/ 23
of great power, the one by long succession from 2, 15/ 30
need of comfort, as one to whom such adversity 2, 20/ 7
place. Now came there one, in like wise not 2, 21/ 3
she, "for he is one of them that laboreth 2, 22/ 4
judged or appeased. But one thing he advised them 2, 23/ 15
of much experience, and one of the best-learned men 2, 25/ 7
if he deposed the one brother, all the realm 2, 25/ 14
two places especially: the one at the elbow of 2, 30/ 29
intended to privilege any one place. For that privilege 2, 32/ 1
wherein it is lawful one man to do another 2, 32/ 3
men indeed. For if one go to sanctuary with 2, 32/ 22
And he that taketh one out of sanctuary to 2, 33/ 18
this errand was not one man's mind, or were 2, 33/ 31
matter to trust any one man alone, or else 2, 33/ 32
-- as though the one brother stood in danger 2, 34/ 15
not like; for the one was then in health 2, 35/ 33
the other's body. Keep one safe and both be 2, 41/ 29
to be both in one place. For what wise 2, 41/ 31
all his goods in one ship? All this notwithstanding 2, 41/ 32
him here. But only one thing I beseech you 2, 42/ 5
about the coronation in one place, as fast were 2, 44/ 19
were it that some one man, haply somewhat perceiving 2, 44/ 27
quoth he, "talk of one matter in the one 2, 45/ 14
one matter in the one place, little wot we 2, 45/ 14
doubt you. For while one man is there which 2, 45/ 16
to be partner and one special contriver of all 2, 46/ 25
thence. And soon after one hour, between ten and 2, 47/ 14
At which token given, one cried "Treason!" without the 2, 48/ 28
cost fall in peril one way or other, yet 2, 50/ 20
there met he with one Hastings, a pursuivant of 2, 51/ 15
in all the haste, one herald of arms with 2, 53/ 11
Shore's wife, which was one also of his most 2, 53/ 26
upon the proclaiming thereof, one that was schoolmaster of 2, 54/ 10
an honest man and one that could his good 2, 55/ 18
guess the beauty of one long before departed, by 2, 55/ 29
diverse properties diversely excelled: one the merriest, another the 2, 56/ 7
his realm -- as one whom no man could 2, 56/ 8
Of these two, the one had a sermon in 2, 58/ 27
VI, was married unto one John Grey, a squire 2, 60/ 18
not to marry with one of his own land 2, 63/ 13
and keep well in one man's days. That she 2, 64/ 6
that he should marry one Dame Elizabeth Lucy, whom 2, 64/ 23
when he once asked one that had been his 2, 68/ 29
enemies; which was, at one time and other, more 2, 71/ 6
and mute, and not one word answered thereunto. Wherewith 2, 75/ 3
should speak first, not one word was there answered 2, 75/ 15
people, which always, after one, stood as they had 2, 75/ 31
you give us answer one or other: whether you 2, 76/ 9
hear, every man with one voice, no man saying 2, 76/ 27
the crown of any one, of which he was 2, 78/ 29
and France -- the one from this day forward 2, 80/ 9
he purposeth to be one, and though he pay 2, 80/ 28
a souter. Yet if one should con so little 2, 81/ 2
standeth in his majesty, one of his tormentors might 2, 81/ 4
thereof, he commanded that one Fogge, whom he had 2, 81/ 32
days so covertly demeaned, one thing pretended and another 2, 82/ 26
king. Whereupon he sent one John Green, whom he 2, 83/ 15
his page, "there lieth one on your pallet without 2, 83/ 28
of the Tower for one night, to the end 2, 84/ 23
from them -- only one (called "Black Will," or 2, 85/ 5
he appointed Miles Forest, one of the four that 2, 85/ 12
To him he joined one John Dighton, his own 2, 85/ 14
countenance and manner like one always ready to strike 2, 87/ 15
secret wise he could, one Persale, his trusty servant 2, 88/ 4
those two bloods in one, whose several titles had 2, 91/ 11
as much honor as one man might well wish 2, 91/ 16
abide in that wood, one that had in his 2, 93/ 3
whereof I am myself one poor member, I was 2, 93/ 20