THEME..................1
he took for his theme "Spuria vitulamina non agent 2, 66/ 27
 
 THEMSELVES.............22
and loving obedience; among themselves, the commons in good 2, 4/ 30
noble children (having in themselves also as many gifts 2, 5/ 25
their father beholden, to themselves by oath and allegiance 2, 6/ 4
should lack discretion of themselves and good counsel of 2, 10/ 19
pleasant advice to win themselves favor than by profitable 2, 10/ 24
might hap to fall themselves at war ere their 2, 11/ 17
the immoderate advancement of themselves. Which whether they sorer 2, 15/ 8
them that were of themselves easy to kindle, and 2, 15/ 27
them commandment to make themselves shortly ready, for their 2, 17/ 25
forasmuch as the dukes themselves intended, for the show 2, 18/ 5
or for fear of themselves, assembled in sundry companies 2, 22/ 20
to the end that themselves would alone demean and 2, 24/ 2
at a point between themselves, they went about to 2, 44/ 8
to gather and assemble themselves together in making some 2, 53/ 34
no larger proof than themselves list to make. Now 2, 66/ 14
present that either in themselves or their nigh friends 2, 70/ 30
fall at distance among themselves, nor in none earthly 2, 71/ 12
being honest people of themselves, so much regard the 2, 72/ 13
began to whisper among themselves secretly, that the voice 2, 76/ 14
best manner appareled, assembling themselves together, resorted unto Baynard's2, 77/ 10
thereof before, when that themselves well wist there was 2, 80/ 22
the play and do themselves no good. The next 2, 81/ 10
 
 THEN...................71
honorably married unto Thomas, then Lord Howard, and after 2, 3/ 13
troth, man," quoth Pottier, "then will my master, the 2, 9/ 13
of the other, and then win to his purpose 2, 10/ 5
he despaired all recovery, then he, considering the youth 2, 10/ 16
Hastings, a noble man then Lord Chamberlain, against whom 2, 11/ 1
which if God send, then they that by evil 2, 12/ 1
Westminster, in which she then lay, into the sanctuary 2, 20/ 30
the Archbishop of York (then Chancellor of England), to 2, 21/ 5
none could pass unsearched. Then was there great commotion 2, 22/ 16
of his coronation. But then, by and by, the 2, 22/ 27
city, Edmund Shaa, goldsmith, then mayor, with William White 2, 24/ 17
man's reason content her, then shall we, by mine 2, 27/ 9
will to deliver him, then thought he, and such 2, 27/ 27
were women too, and then should all be soon 2, 28/ 24
their honor be. "Now, then, if she refuse in 2, 29/ 9
fear his hurt -- then will she fear that 2, 29/ 15
than they do. "Now, then, if she doubt lest 2, 29/ 25
king of pity may. "Then look me now how 2, 30/ 24
to go thither. And then see, on the other 2, 30/ 25
require it. What will, then, hath yonder babe? Which 2, 32/ 16
will bide there -- then if a child will 2, 33/ 4
yourself to tarry here, then think they yet more 2, 35/ 22
as your dearest son then Prince and now King 2, 35/ 29
for the one was then in health, and the 2, 35/ 33
upon that string. And then said he to the 2, 36/ 33
his mother his guardian. Then may no man, I 2, 38/ 31
and had the victory, then went I hence to 2, 39/ 19
would not be corrupted. Then thought she it should 2, 41/ 10
if ye cannot elsewhere, then may you leave him 2, 42/ 4
into his own hands, then he opened the rest 2, 43/ 6
dispositions of men were then such that a man 2, 43/ 26
to his own commodity. Then it was agreed that 2, 44/ 1
the Archbishop of York (then Lord Chancellor), the Bishop 2, 44/ 16
and the Lord Hastings (then Lord Chamberlain), with many 2, 44/ 18
which the time appointed then so near approached that 2, 46/ 31
thing should him ail. Then, when he had sat 2, 47/ 19
man wist himself clear. Then the Lord Chamberlain, as 2, 47/ 26
be beheaded at London. Then said the Protector, "Ye 2, 48/ 6
blood about his ears. Then were they all quickly 2, 49/ 10
friends fail fleers)? For then had the boar a 2, 50/ 16
had constrained them. And then the Protector showed them 2, 52/ 30
written by prophecy. Now then, by and by, as 2, 54/ 13
fasten upon these matters, then he laid heinously to 2, 54/ 21
at to hear it then so suddenly so highly 2, 54/ 23
out of the way, then thought the Protector that 2, 58/ 4
counsel Edmund Shaa, knight, then Mayor of London, which 2, 58/ 16
them twain ensured her, then asked he counsel of 2, 61/ 32
list to make. Now then, as I began to 2, 66/ 15
the laws of matrimony, then declared he that commonly 2, 66/ 30
and other ancient histories, then began he to descend 2, 67/ 7
by authority of Parliament. Then showed he that his 2, 67/ 11
Protector. For he declared then that King Edward was 2, 67/ 13
withered and consumed away. Then on the Tuesday following 2, 69/ 1
less honor to Markham, then Chief Justice, that left 2, 70/ 17
out at their eyes. Then on the morrow after 2, 77/ 7
for good or harm. Then the Duke, when he 2, 77/ 20
in no wise offend. Then the Protector, as he 2, 78/ 5
and pardon to speak, then waxed he bold to 2, 78/ 10
be loath to hear, then must they needs seek 2, 79/ 23
Richard! King Richard!" And then the lords went up 2, 80/ 17
to minister the laws. Then, with as pleasant an 2, 81/ 22
hated, should be brought then before him. Who being 2, 81/ 33
after this mockish "election"), then was he crowned the 2, 82/ 9
of kin in conditions. Then said the King merrily 2, 84/ 18
I lose my kingdom." Then he that told him 2, 85/ 3
broad, square, strong knave. Then, all the others being 2, 85/ 15
great heap of stones. Then rode Sir James in 2, 85/ 29
Duke's pride now and then balk out a little 2, 91/ 23
beads and no farther. Then longed the Duke sore 2, 92/ 17
-- where am I then?'" The Duke laughed 2, 93/ 10
and you to less." Then longed the Duke yet 2, 93/ 16
 
 THENCE.................13
of his people from thence conveyed, was interred at 2, 3/ 19
and sent venison from thence so freely into the 2, 5/ 17
Stony Stratford, eleven miles thence, early, ere he departed 2, 17/ 14
Tower of London and thence taken out the King's 2, 19/ 14
Hornsea, and riding from thence, accompanied him into the 2, 24/ 20
her, if she come thence and bide in such 2, 29/ 7
he shall be fetched thence. For she will soon 2, 29/ 16
should incontinent be taken thence; and to convey him 2, 40/ 28
at Paul's, and from thence through the city honorably 2, 42/ 21
there which is never thence, never can there be 2, 45/ 16
a little while, departed thence. And soon after one 2, 47/ 12
field or coming from thence. And peace long after 2, 71/ 23
with horses, and from thence still continued with, partner 2, 89/ 2