THEIRS.................2
both dishonor, and all theirs and hers also, to 2, 34/ 14
my child's honor, and theirs also, that he bideth 2, 36/ 20
 
 THEM...................165
that that many of them were dead in more 2, 4/ 6
-- and many of them in the mean season 2, 4/ 7
errand but to have them hunt and be merry 2, 5/ 15
him, where he made them not so stately, but 2, 5/ 16
friends had not unarmed them and left them destitute 2, 5/ 28
unarmed them and left them destitute, and the execrable 2, 5/ 28
unnaturally contrived to bereave them not only their dignity 2, 6/ 7
but of nature, hate them whom their husbands love 2, 7/ 7
equal with either of them, in body and prowess 2, 7/ 18
and prowess far under them both: little of stature 2, 7/ 19
business should fall between them, himself should always be 2, 10/ 13
he called some of them before him that were 2, 10/ 26
this wise said unto them: "My lords, my dear 2, 11/ 10
that all you love them, if each of you 2, 11/ 20
deadly debate as among them which by nature and 2, 12/ 20
children, if God send them life and you love 2, 13/ 12
side, his face toward them; and none was there 2, 13/ 25
either at variance with them or bearing himself their 2, 14/ 20
favor, he broke unto them, some by mouth, some 2, 14/ 21
-- and many of them far more honorable part 2, 14/ 26
Gloucester soon set afire them that were of themselves 2, 15/ 27
lords atwixt whom and them had been sometime debate 2, 16/ 17
most privy friends set them down in counsel, wherein 2, 17/ 21
and lodgings about, giving them commandment to make themselves 2, 17/ 24
to go boldly to them and inquire what this 2, 18/ 18
between the King and them, and to bring them 2, 18/ 21
them, and to bring them to confusion, but it 2, 18/ 21
leave that lodging for them, because it was too 2, 18/ 29
all their company about them. To whom the Duke 2, 19/ 1
Grace -- which received them in very joyous and 2, 19/ 5
King whom it pleased them, and set new servants 2, 19/ 31
such as liked better them than him. At which 2, 20/ 1
some yet drew to them that helped to carry 2, 21/ 25
he is one of them that laboreth to destroy 2, 22/ 4
they now have with them, we shall on the 2, 22/ 7
for matters attempted by them against the dukes of 2, 23/ 7
one thing he advised them beware: that they judged 2, 23/ 15
than to have bound them up in barrels), yet 2, 24/ 13
were alms to hang them. When the King approached 2, 24/ 15
Council he proposed unto them that it was an 2, 25/ 19
follow the counsel of them whose wisdom she knoweth 2, 29/ 10
sanctuary would little let them. Which good men might 2, 29/ 22
be about to break them. And in good faith 2, 30/ 4
be about to make them. Yet will I not 2, 30/ 6
the sanctuary should serve them. And much more manquellers 2, 30/ 17
the altar and kill them, if their murder were 2, 30/ 18
be commonly therein, of them whom willful unthriftiness hath 2, 30/ 26
hurt that cometh of them, and ye shall find 2, 30/ 31
their creditors go whistle them. Men's wives run thither 2, 31/ 11
though those places gave them not only a safeguard 2, 31/ 16
be right angry with them that keep him there 2, 32/ 19
somewhat more homely with them that be there sanctuary 2, 32/ 21
for their surety, let them keep it. But he 2, 33/ 11
point for any of them as either of them 2, 34/ 30
them as either of them for other. "My lord 2, 34/ 30
as great commodity to them both as, for yet 2, 35/ 3
of the elder of them both, but especially the 2, 35/ 5
to the comfort of them both, than here as 2, 35/ 24
there in jeopardy with them." "Why, madam," quoth another 2, 36/ 25
not letted to put them in duress without color 2, 36/ 29
-- when they hate them for my sake! In 2, 37/ 5
it were comfortable for them both that he were 2, 38/ 12
I pray God send them both better playfellows than 2, 38/ 13
man the custody of them by whose death he 2, 39/ 32
if she would give them a resolute answer to 2, 40/ 16
it should yet make them the more warily to 2, 41/ 10
hands betook him to them of trust. And at 2, 41/ 12
sure; and nothing for them both more perilous than 2, 41/ 30
whom I shall ask them both, before God and 2, 42/ 1
with less fear to them whom he thought meet 2, 43/ 6
able, he would revenge them. Who would prick him 2, 43/ 13
with a beck destroy them all; and that it 2, 43/ 21
and that, peradventure, from them whom he least suspected 2, 43/ 25
instinct of nature misgiveth them -- as the sea 2, 44/ 26
business made suit to them that had the doing 2, 45/ 1
it might haply turn them to no good to 2, 45/ 3
him not, reported unto them that he found him 2, 46/ 15
Protector came in among them -- first about nine 2, 47/ 3
of the clock, saluting them courteously and excusing himself 2, 47/ 3
he had been from them so long, saying merrily 2, 47/ 4
a little talking with them, he said unto the 2, 47/ 5
have a mess of them." "Gladly, my lord," quoth 2, 47/ 8
communing, and thereupon, praying them to spare him for 2, 47/ 11
into the chamber among them, all changed, with a 2, 47/ 15
for the love between them thought he might be 2, 47/ 26
man's mind sore misgave them, well perceiving that this 2, 48/ 12
his tusks so razed them both by the heads 2, 50/ 4
as likely to make them true by our going 2, 50/ 15
well daily happeneth to them to whom no such 2, 50/ 29
which it had happened them before to meet in 2, 51/ 17
sudden necessity had constrained them. And then the Protector 2, 52/ 30
then the Protector showed them that the Lord Chamberlain 2, 52/ 31
which sudden fear drove them to put on for 2, 53/ 5
so had God helped them that the mischief turned 2, 53/ 6
the mischief turned upon them that would have done 2, 53/ 6
And this he required them to report. Every man 2, 53/ 7
to have taken upon them to rule the King 2, 53/ 18
the matter, said unto them that stood about him 2, 54/ 11
favor, she would bring them in his grace. For 2, 56/ 17
This knight -- bringing them out of the prison 2, 57/ 27
were traitors (not suffering them to speak and declare 2, 57/ 28
inclined men to pity them and to hate the 2, 57/ 29
his party) -- caused them hastily, without judgment, process 2, 57/ 30
and able to stand them in stead, either by 2, 58/ 14
man's ears could abide them. Penker in his sermon 2, 59/ 2
which was mother to them both; for in that 2, 59/ 25
appointed, and had between them twain ensured her, then 2, 61/ 30
therefore I let not them that like them to 2, 63/ 27
not them that like them to wed them. No 2, 63/ 27
like them to wed them. No more is it 2, 63/ 27
it was, it liked them to whom it sufficed 2, 66/ 13
Holy Ghost had put them in the preacher's mouth 2, 68/ 4
he was come to them and past them and 2, 68/ 11
to them and past them and entered into other 2, 68/ 11
the city gathered before them -- after silence commanded 2, 69/ 7
ransacked and spoiled by them that have been going 2, 71/ 23
and their children, that them were liefer to lose 2, 72/ 15
such a villainy done them. And, all were it 2, 72/ 16
realm besides, in choosing them so good a king 2, 74/ 30
that matter, said unto them softly, "What meaneth this 2, 75/ 6
somewhat louder, he rehearsed them the same matter again 2, 75/ 9
much as rounding among them, by which they might 2, 75/ 17
Duke had twice rehearsed them himself. But the Recorder 2, 75/ 29
to come out unto them but if he first 2, 77/ 16
yet not down unto them, but stood above in 2, 77/ 27
in a gallery over them where they might see 2, 77/ 27
yet come too near them till he wist what 2, 77/ 29
on the behalf of them all, that His Grace 2, 77/ 31
His Grace would pardon them and license them to 2, 77/ 31
pardon them and license them to purpose unto His 2, 77/ 31
mind that he bore them all, none of them 2, 78/ 7
them all, none of them anything would intend unto 2, 78/ 8
all the causes moving them thereunto, as ye before 2, 78/ 11
knew the things by them alleged to be true 2, 78/ 26
he not only pardoned them the motion that they 2, 79/ 2
him, but also thanked them for the love and 2, 79/ 3
they bore him, praying them for his sake to 2, 79/ 4
any longer reign upon them -- both for that 2, 79/ 17
If he would give them a resolute answer to 2, 79/ 22
Edward's line to govern them, whom no man earthly 2, 79/ 31
so dull that heard them but he perceived well 2, 80/ 23
matter was made between them. Howbeit, some excused that 2, 80/ 24
up and play with them, when they cannot play 2, 81/ 9
without delay to rid them -- as though the 2, 83/ 12
he would never put them to death, to die 2, 83/ 21
the King merrily to them, "What, sirs? Be ye 2, 84/ 18
next ensuing to destroy them, devising before and preparing 2, 84/ 26
all others removed from them -- only one (called 2, 85/ 5
except, set to serve them and see them sure 2, 85/ 6
serve them and see them sure. After which time 2, 85/ 7
this traitorous death delivered them of that wretchedness. For 2, 85/ 10
the four that kept them -- a fellow fleshed 2, 85/ 13
others being removed from them, this Miles Forest and 2, 85/ 16
chamber and suddenly lapped them up among the clothes 2, 85/ 18
clothes -- so bewrapped them and entangled them, keeping 2, 85/ 19
bewrapped them and entangled them, keeping down by force 2, 85/ 19
Sir James to see them. Which, upon the sight 2, 85/ 27
upon the sight of them, caused those murderers to 2, 85/ 27
those murderers to bury them at the stair-foot, meetly 2, 85/ 28
that he would have them buried in a better 2, 86/ 4
again and secretly interred them in such place as 2, 86/ 7
I have learned of them that much knew and 2, 86/ 14
after, continually, each of them lived in such hatred 2, 89/ 23
might well wish, ended them so godly that his 2, 91/ 16
in the hands of them with whom he should 2, 92/ 25