|For what advancement may I hope from thee,
|For what aduancement may I hope from thee,
|Sir, I lack advancement.
|Sir I lacke Aduancement.
|Henry IV Part 2
|Give you advancement. (to the Lord Chief Justice) Be it your charge, my lord,
|Giue you aduancement. Be it your charge (my Lord)
|Henry VI Part 1
|Endeavoured my advancement to the throne.
|Endeuour'd my aduancement to the Throne.
|Deserved much less advancement.
|Deseru'd much lesse aduancement.
|You envy my advancement and my friends'.
|You enuy my aduancement, and my friends:
|Th' advancement of your children, gentle lady.
|Th'aduancement of your children, gentle Lady
|For your advancement! Do you understand me?
|For your aduancement? Do you vnderstand me?
|The Winter's Tale
|knows how that may turn back to my advancement? I
|knowes how that may turne backe to my aduancement?) I