ONLY...................43
money (which is the only thing that withdraweth the 2, 5/ 1
to bereave them not only their dignity, but also 2, 6/ 7
which I reckon the only surety to rest in 2, 11/ 19
any man else, except only the immoderate advancement of 2, 15/ 7
not by the dukes only, but also by all 2, 23/ 13
he was made the only man chosen, and thought 2, 24/ 27
not in this realm only, but also in other 2, 26/ 19
perceive that it was only malice, frowardness, or folly 2, 27/ 13
places gave them not only a safeguard for the 2, 31/ 16
not of great hurt only, but also of lawful 2, 31/ 29
privilege; which is the only ground and cause of 2, 32/ 8
to the owner, and only liberty reserved him to 2, 32/ 31
which highly sounded, not only to the great rumor 2, 34/ 10
she specially tendered), not only great comfort and honor 2, 34/ 23
his keeping but myself only, considering that there is 2, 35/ 9
all the Council not only be content, but also 2, 35/ 20
liberty for my person only, or for my goods 2, 38/ 27
a child a guardian only for his goods and 2, 39/ 4
his body, for which only both lands and goods 2, 39/ 6
both in pledge, not only for his surety but 2, 40/ 15
leave him here. But only one thing I beseech 2, 42/ 4
and that the Protector's only lawful son should marry 2, 44/ 2
length, not common people only, that wave with the 2, 45/ 7
wit. For his dissimulation only kept all that mischief 2, 45/ 30
diminish his credence, whereunto only all the matter leaned 2, 46/ 20
his country -- the only desire whereof was the 2, 46/ 24
array save her kirtle only, yet went she so 2, 54/ 31
haply shall esteem her only by that they now 2, 56/ 29
which be now famous only by the infamy of 2, 57/ 3
other earthly guilt but only that they were good 2, 58/ 2
wise -- he not only pitied her but also 2, 61/ 7
commodities depending thereupon, but only as it were a 2, 62/ 11
would marry his maid, only for a little wanton 2, 62/ 12
maidens also; whereas the only widowhood of Elizabeth Grey 2, 62/ 23
body lawfully begotten, was only the Lord Protector. For 2, 67/ 12
and undeserved destruction -- only for that it happed 2, 70/ 27
his realm -- not only for that the prince 2, 72/ 23
it. Notwithstanding, he not only pardoned them the motion 2, 79/ 2
no. Not for that only that Perkin Warbeck, by 2, 82/ 22
removed from them -- only one (called "Black Will 2, 85/ 5
of his death which only knew it, could never 2, 86/ 8
faith and wisdom, not only was content to receive 2, 91/ 2
he said was the only cause for which he 2, 92/ 23
 
 OPEN...................7
and, in manner, of open war -- whereof the 2, 16/ 8
Gloucester bore him in open sight so reverently to 2, 24/ 23
somewhat dissolute; plain and open to his enemy and 2, 52/ 20
to put her to open penance: going before the 2, 54/ 27
the common adventure of open war, which albeit that 2, 71/ 9
worshipful man groundly made open unto you, the children 2, 73/ 15
unity, he made an open proclamation that he did 2, 81/ 29
 
 OPENED.................3
in his hands, he opened himself more boldly, both 2, 42/ 25
deny that he ever opened his enterprise to the 2, 43/ 3
own hands, then he opened the rest of his 2, 43/ 6
 
 OPENLY.................9
-- which he resisted openly, howbeit somewhat (as men 2, 8/ 24
after that they were openly with great courtesy departed 2, 17/ 17
his demerits, being so openly taken in his falsely 2, 53/ 31
in King Edward sounded openly to the rebuke of 2, 59/ 24
would he should be openly declared, and enforced to 2, 59/ 33
the King's mother objected openly against his marriage, as 2, 64/ 27
the truth well and openly testified. Whereupon Dame Elizabeth 2, 64/ 33
that he there did openly pardon all offenses committed 2, 81/ 30
nothing so plainly and openly proved but that yet 2, 82/ 27
 
 OPINION................4
naught. And such evil opinion once fastened in men's 2, 26/ 22
among the people for opinion of their learning, and 2, 58/ 20
mistrusted. Howbeit, concerning that opinion, with the occasions moving 2, 82/ 31
Richard had any such opinion conceived, he would never 2, 90/ 8
 
 OPPORTUNITY............1
princes his nephews (as opportunity and likelihood of speed 2, 9/ 23
 
 OR.....................112
him either more hearts or more hearty favor among 2, 5/ 19
which if either kind or kindness had held place 2, 6/ 1
any respect of God or the world unnaturally contrived 2, 6/ 6
was, either for right or favor, so far forth 2, 6/ 16
him against his brother, or the envy of his 2, 7/ 4
whom their husbands love), or were it a proud 2, 7/ 8
report above the truth, or else that nature changed 2, 7/ 28
person) either of hardiness or politic order. Free was 2, 8/ 3
either for the surety or increase of his estate 2, 8/ 11
and that without commandment or knowledge of the King 2, 8/ 19
nephew the young king or enterprised to be king 2, 9/ 4
he such thing purposed, or otherwise had any inkling 2, 9/ 15
old foreminded this conclusion, or was now at erst 2, 9/ 21
misconstruction turneth unto worse; or a small displeasure done 2, 12/ 6
either our own affection or evil tongues aggrieveth. But 2, 12/ 7
other, either of kindred or affinity; which spiritual kindred 2, 12/ 14
regard -- either God or your king, affinity or 2, 13/ 22
or your king, affinity or kindred, this realm, your 2, 13/ 23
realm, your own country, or your own surety." And 2, 13/ 23
at variance with them or bearing himself their favor 2, 14/ 20
either with his honor or our profit, or with 2, 15/ 6
honor or our profit, or with the commodity of 2, 15/ 6
after their own weal or our woe, it were 2, 15/ 9
of an old foe, or to think that an 2, 15/ 22
favor of the Queen or for fear of themselves 2, 22/ 19
ordered, and either judged or appeased. But one thing 2, 23/ 15
with none other voice or semblance, than to his 2, 23/ 29
either be brought away or cast away), they showed 2, 24/ 7
that, were it destiny or were it folly, the 2, 24/ 30
either remained in sanctuary or should haply be shortly 2, 25/ 16
in keeping from enemies or ill viand, but partly 2, 26/ 7
was only malice, frowardness, or folly that caused her 2, 27/ 14
that sacred place violate, or so holy a bishop 2, 28/ 8
either for her son or for herself. For as 2, 28/ 22
there till her frowardness or fond fear convey him 2, 30/ 1
men as the sea or their evil debtors have 2, 30/ 8
necessity, his own defense, or misfortune draw him to 2, 30/ 21
law granteth of course or the king of pity 2, 30/ 22
it for his pleasure or as they thought, agreed 2, 32/ 28
deserve it, whose life or liberty can by no 2, 33/ 13
respect of his honor, or that she should by 2, 33/ 30
not one man's mind, or were it for that 2, 33/ 31
any one man alone, or else that if she 2, 33/ 32
long have kept him, or is more tenderly like 2, 35/ 16
but with their peers, or children could not play 2, 38/ 19
for my person only, or for my goods too 2, 38/ 27
herself, lacked either wit or troth. Wit, if they 2, 40/ 19
it was either needless or bootless: wherefore, if she 2, 41/ 5
would remember their imprisonment); or else, if they were 2, 43/ 14
whom he might trust or whom he might fear 2, 43/ 27
before a tempest -- or were it that some 2, 44/ 27
had either more troth or less wit. For his 2, 45/ 29
whether he essayed him or essayed him not, reported 2, 46/ 14
reverence toward his King, or else of a certain 2, 48/ 22
fell under the table, or else his head had 2, 49/ 3
he should have avoided, or the tokens of that 2, 49/ 26
his own fear fantasieth or do rise in the 2, 50/ 12
there is, indeed -- or if any be, it 2, 50/ 18
in peril one way or other, yet had I 2, 50/ 20
either our own fault or faint heart. And therefore 2, 50/ 21
beheaded, his horse twice or thrice stumbled with him 2, 50/ 28
the value of two or three thousand marks -- 2, 54/ 17
her, either for reverence or for a certain friendly 2, 55/ 22
stead, either for none or very small rewards, and 2, 56/ 20
deed itself well done, or for that she delighted 2, 56/ 22
do with the King, or for that wanton women 2, 56/ 23
hastily, without judgment, process, or manner of order, to 2, 58/ 1
stead, either by power or policy. Among whom they 2, 58/ 15
in King Edward himself or in his children, or 2, 59/ 20
or in his children, or both, so that he 2, 59/ 20
leading thereunto, no possessions or other commodities depending thereupon2, 62/ 10
took she it well or otherwise. Howbeit, somewhat to 2, 63/ 5
the bishops durst not, or the King would not 2, 64/ 31
of his very friends, or falsehood of his feigned 2, 66/ 7
by the Protector's negligence or the preacher's overmuch diligence 2, 68/ 7
labor, pain, cost, adventure, or jeopardy. What thing is 2, 69/ 20
oftentimes no need -- or if any were, it 2, 69/ 27
waste than any necessary or honorable charge. So that 2, 69/ 28
that, either for fear or flattery, gave that judgment 2, 70/ 19
that he knoweth not, or so forgetful that he 2, 70/ 24
that he remembereth not, or so hard-hearted that he 2, 70/ 25
that either in themselves or their nigh friends have 2, 70/ 30
either by feigned quarrels or small matters aggrieved with 2, 70/ 31
have been of kindred or alliance, near familiarity or 2, 71/ 4
or alliance, near familiarity or leger acquaintance, with any 2, 71/ 5
going to the field or coming from thence. And 2, 71/ 23
men for their lands, or some others for some 2, 71/ 26
others for some fear or some displeasure, were not 2, 71/ 26
killed his own brother? Or who could perfectly love 2, 71/ 28
was there anywhere, young or old, rich or poor 2, 72/ 7
young or old, rich or poor, whom he set 2, 72/ 7
anything liked, either person or favor, speech, pace, or 2, 72/ 8
or favor, speech, pace, or countenance, but without any 2, 72/ 9
any fear of God or respect of his honor 2, 72/ 9
of his honor, murmur or grudge of the world 2, 72/ 10
were it for wonder or fear, or that each 2, 75/ 14
for wonder or fear, or that each looked that 2, 75/ 14
either you see not or weigh not. Wherefore we 2, 76/ 8
give us answer one or other: whether you be 2, 76/ 9
be your king -- or not." At these words 2, 76/ 11
suddenly, without any warning or knowledge whether they came 2, 77/ 19
they came for good or harm. Then the Duke 2, 77/ 20
he must take it or else he and his 2, 79/ 28
he will be bishop or no, and he must 2, 80/ 30
in his days destroyed or no. Not for that 2, 82/ 21
King Henry the Seventh, or percase that history of 2, 83/ 2
one (called "Black Will," or "William Slaughter") except, set 2, 85/ 6
unsurety standeth this-worldly weal, or what mischief worketh the 2, 86/ 22
of an high heart, or, finally, what wretched end 2, 86/ 23
began the conspiracy -- or, rather, good confederation -- 2, 87/ 22
rise and come ride or he would make him 2, 89/ 19
Duke occasion of displeasure, or the Duke the Protector 2, 90/ 7