THINKETH...............4
I think no man thinketh that loveth the King 2, 26/ 14
no wiser than she thinketh some that be here 2, 29/ 2
he should escape him? Thinketh he that I would 2, 37/ 23
things to come, why thinketh he not that we 2, 50/ 14
 
 THINKING...............1
of the spiritual also, thinking none hurt earthly meant 2, 33/ 21
 
 THIRD..................3
sorrowfully repented. Richard, the third son, of whom we 2, 7/ 16
another the wiliest, the third the holiest harlot in 2, 56/ 8
nay, and at the third time take it as 2, 80/ 31
 
 THIRSTED...............2
Which whether they sorer thirsted after their own weal 2, 15/ 8
the Protector so sore thirsted for the finishing of 2, 25/ 11
 
 THIRTEEN-YEAR-OF-AGE...1
Edward, the Prince, a thirteen-year-of-age; Richard, Duke of York 2, 3/ 6
 
 THIRTEENTH.............1
on the Friday the thirteenth day of June -- 2, 46/ 28
 
 THIS...................204
at the last, if this be the last (for 2, 3/ 15
her birth and virtue. This noble prince deceased at 2, 3/ 18
never any prince of this land attaining the crown 2, 3/ 23
special grace, hardly refraineth. This fault not greatly grieved 2, 4/ 22
of his latter days, this realm was in quiet 2, 4/ 26
as I have said) this noble king in that 2, 5/ 22
lives. But forasmuch as this duke's demeanor ministreth in 2, 6/ 8
the whole matter whereof this book shall treat, it 2, 6/ 9
what manner of man this was, that could find 2, 6/ 11
they deem that for this intent he was glad 2, 9/ 1
himself. But of all this point is there no 2, 9/ 5
as too short. Howbeit, this have I by credible 2, 9/ 7
to the course of this history. Were it that 2, 9/ 20
had of old foreminded this conclusion, or was now 2, 9/ 21
his life, albeit that this dissension between his friends 2, 10/ 10
it is reported on this wise said unto them 2, 11/ 10
and draw down with this noble realm to ruin 2, 11/ 31
evil tongues aggrieveth. But this wot I well: ye 2, 12/ 7
we be Christian men, this shall I leave for 2, 12/ 9
all preach of. But this shall I desire you 2, 12/ 12
few years grown in this realm, I pray God 2, 13/ 1
and ye too, ere this land find peace again 2, 13/ 16
to us all, from this time forward, all griefs 2, 13/ 20
king, affinity or kindred, this realm, your own country 2, 13/ 23
liberty, uncorrected. And for this encheason the Prince was 2, 14/ 6
governance and ordering of this young prince, at his 2, 14/ 9
some of us ere this. Why not as easily 2, 15/ 12
growing, if we suffer this young king in our 2, 15/ 15
Queen's party -- in this point accorded together with 2, 16/ 1
of their enemies. Upon this concluded, the Duke of 2, 16/ 3
lest they should gather this people, not for the 2, 16/ 19
The Queen, being in this wise persuaded, such word 2, 17/ 1
their license. And over this, in the highway toward 2, 17/ 30
begun for naught, comparing this manner present with this 2, 18/ 12
this manner present with this last night's cheer, in 2, 18/ 12
them and inquire what this matter might mean. Whom 2, 18/ 18
better. But for all this comfortable courtesy of the 2, 20/ 10
in conclusion beheaded. In this wise the Duke of 2, 20/ 15
anon the tidings of this matter came hastily to 2, 20/ 18
nor he to admit this messenger into his bedside 2, 21/ 9
people diversely divining upon this dealing. And some lords 2, 22/ 18
for that they reckoned this demeanor attempted not so 2, 22/ 24
customable manner. And at this meeting the Lord Hastings 2, 23/ 1
the noble lords with." This device, albeit that it 2, 24/ 10
which he cannot in this tender youth take in 2, 26/ 9
if any man think this consideration light (which I 2, 26/ 13
mouth -- not in this realm only, but also 2, 26/ 18
for the redress of this matter, some honorable, trusty 2, 26/ 26
Cardinal, who may in this matter do most good 2, 26/ 31
to keep him there. This is my mind in 2, 27/ 14
is my mind in this matter for this time 2, 27/ 15
in this matter for this time, except any of 2, 27/ 15
than have both. And this I say although they 2, 31/ 2
more. Howbeit, much of this mischief, if wise men 2, 31/ 17
the fetching forth of this nobleman, to his honor 2, 31/ 25
sanctuaries. From which necessity this noble prince is far 2, 32/ 9
so many perceive that this errand was not one 2, 33/ 30
Protector intended not in this matter to trust any 2, 33/ 32
likely to mind after this matter broken to her 2, 34/ 4
estate. And she in this doing should both do 2, 34/ 20
were very convenient that this gentleman whom ye require 2, 35/ 1
him elsewhere. Which in this well appeareth: that at 2, 35/ 28
that he bideth in this place, it is all 2, 36/ 20
hence. And as for this gentleman, my son, I 2, 37/ 8
cause to have him, this maketh me much the 2, 37/ 11
have no privilege in this place which neither can 2, 37/ 15
be not sure in this, the sanctuary whereof was 2, 37/ 30
and he will. Howbeit, this is a gay matter 2, 38/ 22
breaketh the sanctuary. Serveth this liberty for my person 2, 38/ 26
to seek. For in this place in which we 2, 39/ 9
as all you know, this is not the first 2, 39/ 15
him now reigning, as this place was sometime to 2, 39/ 22
he be that breaketh this holy sanctuary, I pray 2, 40/ 3
shift whoso would with this business afterward; for he 2, 40/ 17
-- all thing unready, this message came on her 2, 40/ 30
here is," quoth she, "this gentleman, whom I doubt 2, 41/ 18
in one ship? All this notwithstanding, here I deliver 2, 41/ 32
can lack help in this cause. And if ye 2, 42/ 3
with him had received this young duke, they brought 2, 42/ 13
that many thought that this duke was privy to 2, 42/ 29
of the Protector to this matter, sending a privy 2, 42/ 32
through. And therefore to this wicked enterprise, which he 2, 43/ 32
out of their mouths." This meant he by Catesby 2, 45/ 19
much beholden as was this Catesby, which was a 2, 45/ 24
in the laws of this land, and, by the 2, 45/ 25
special contriver of all this horrible treason. Whereupon, soon 2, 46/ 26
sitting together communing of this matter, the Protector came 2, 47/ 2
and sore marveling of this manner of sudden change 2, 47/ 18
and his realm?" At this question all the lords 2, 47/ 24
musing much by whom this question should be meant 2, 47/ 25
made of counsel in this matter, as he was 2, 48/ 1
be beheaded at Pomfret this selfsame day, in which 2, 48/ 4
them, well perceiving that this matter was but a 2, 48/ 12
not go to till this were done, for saving 2, 49/ 16
boar for his cognizance, this dream made so fearful 2, 50/ 6
the Lord Hastings to this messenger, "leaneth my lord 2, 50/ 10
some great misfortune. Now this that followeth was no 2, 50/ 32
now of great authority. This knight, when it happed 2, 51/ 5
as he now met this pursuivant in the same 2, 51/ 28
hours after. Thus ended this honorable man -- a 2, 52/ 16
flew the fame of this lord's death swiftly through 2, 52/ 23
have done it. And this he required them to 2, 53/ 7
most secret counsel of this heinous treason, with whom 2, 53/ 27
and peace. Now was this proclamation made within two 2, 54/ 3
her body. And for this cause -- as a 2, 54/ 24
out of heaven into this vicious world for the 2, 54/ 26
than any virtuous affection. This woman was born in 2, 55/ 7
But the merriest was this Shore's wife, in whom 2, 56/ 12
not some shall think this woman too slight a 2, 56/ 27
by her, for at this day she beggeth of 2, 57/ 12
beggeth of many at this day living, that at 2, 57/ 12
day living, that at this day had begged if 2, 57/ 13
all fear of God. This knight -- bringing them 2, 57/ 26
study by what means this matter, being of itself 2, 58/ 11
be well taken. To this counsel they took divers 2, 58/ 12
that invention rested in this: that they should allege 2, 59/ 19
which, notwithstanding, to further this purpose he letted not 2, 59/ 28
Woodville, her father. Howbeit, this Dame Elizabeth, herself being 2, 60/ 17
about the fore-remembered marriage, this poor lady made humble 2, 60/ 28
honesty, than honor in this marriage, forasmuch as there 2, 62/ 14
between the king and this widow. In whose person 2, 62/ 16
nevertheless him seemed that this marriage even worldly considered 2, 63/ 9
fruit and pleasure of this that he had already 2, 63/ 19
she devised to disturb this marriage, and rather to 2, 64/ 23
to the solemnization of this wedding till these same 2, 64/ 32
get her with child. This examination solemnly taken, when 2, 65/ 6
of Warwick understood of this marriage, he took it 2, 65/ 13
friends. I have rehearsed this business about this marriage 2, 66/ 9
rehearsed this business about this marriage somewhat the more 2, 66/ 9
his council concluded that this Doctor Shaa should in 2, 66/ 16
the Queen. According to this device, Doctor Shaa the 2, 66/ 25
proof and confirmation of this sentence certain examples taken 2, 67/ 6
noble duke his father." "This is," quoth he, "the 2, 67/ 30
the father's own figure; this is his own countenance 2, 67/ 31
manner, by miracle. But this device quailed, either by 2, 68/ 7
repeat those words again: "This is the very noble 2, 68/ 15
of York his father. This is the father's own 2, 68/ 18
the father's own figure, this his own countenance, the 2, 68/ 18
stones, for wonder of this shameful sermon. After which 2, 68/ 26
on the Tuesday following this sermon, there came unto 2, 69/ 2
a loud voice, in this manner of wise: "Friends 2, 69/ 10
you, the citizens of this noble city. For why 2, 69/ 16
of the laws of this realm for the prince's 2, 70/ 15
alderman and mayor of this noble city! Who is 2, 70/ 22
ancient noble blood of this realm that scarcely the 2, 71/ 21
the great enfeebling of this noble land, besides many 2, 71/ 22
to speak of. Howbeit, this wot you well all 2, 71/ 30
were it that with this and other importable dealing 2, 72/ 16
here, the citizens of this noble city -- as 2, 72/ 18
that the prince by this noble city (as his 2, 72/ 24
sum and effect of this our present errand. It 2, 72/ 32
Gloucester, now Protector of this realm, hath unto the 2, 73/ 11
the noble blood of this realm. Whereby it may 2, 73/ 21
the common law of this land, devolved and come 2, 74/ 1
and commons also of this realm (and especially of 2, 74/ 5
guiding and governance of this realm, to the wealth 2, 74/ 11
to thank God that this noble personage, which is 2, 74/ 19
the worshipful citizens of this the chief city of 2, 74/ 24
the chief city of this realm, join with us 2, 74/ 24
great profit to all this realm besides, in choosing 2, 74/ 29
framed before, should after this proposition made have cried 2, 75/ 2
them softly, "What meaneth this, that these people be 2, 75/ 7
When the Mayor saw this, he with other partners 2, 75/ 18
his own. But all this nothing no change made 2, 75/ 31
the Mayor and said, "This is a marvelous obstinate 2, 76/ 1
that the lords of this realm and the commons 2, 76/ 4
be -- to have this noble prince, now Protector 2, 76/ 10
and the Mayor saw this manner, they wisely turned 2, 76/ 26
whole minds to have this noble man for your 2, 76/ 29
when he had showed this unto the Mayor and 2, 77/ 20
the Protector looked for this matter, they sent unto 2, 77/ 22
When the Duke had this leave and pardon to 2, 78/ 9
crown and governance of this realm, according to his 2, 78/ 17
as the people of this realm under his. When 2, 78/ 23
in his heart in this point to incline to 2, 78/ 30
Which was already in this little while of his 2, 79/ 8
man's provision, repressed. Upon this answer given, the Duke 2, 79/ 12
nobles and commons of this realm, which we of 2, 80/ 3
-- the one from this day forward by us 2, 80/ 10
in due obedience unto this realm of England, the 2, 80/ 12
intend to procure." With this there was a great 2, 80/ 16
of the manner of this dealing, that the matter 2, 80/ 20
specially the lawyers of this realm. And finally -- 2, 81/ 25
day of June (after this mockish "election"), then was 2, 82/ 9
in the meantime, for this present matter, I shall 2, 83/ 3
two children to death. This John Green did his 2, 83/ 19
would refuse" -- meaning this by Sir James Tyrell 2, 83/ 30
secret trust. Which thing this page well had marked 2, 84/ 9
marked and known. Wherefore, this occasion offered, of very 2, 84/ 10
much hurt. For upon this page's words, King Richard 2, 84/ 13
King Richard arose (for this communication had he sitting 2, 84/ 14
secretly his mind in this mischievous matter; in which 2, 84/ 20
thought and heaviness till this traitorous death delivered them 2, 85/ 9
being removed from them, this Miles Forest and John 2, 85/ 16
pondered, God never gave this world a more notable 2, 86/ 21
his chamberers, that after this abominable deed done he 2, 87/ 11
diverse folk diverse-wise pretended. This duke -- as I 2, 88/ 1
show him that in this new world he would 2, 88/ 12
at the days deny this; and many right wise 2, 90/ 2
the means to set this duke in his top 2, 91/ 7
well changed his life. This man, therefore, as I 2, 91/ 17
drifts. Whereby perceiving now this duke glad to common 2, 91/ 21
once hence, because of this proclamation made of horned 2, 93/ 6
for the weal of this realm whereof His Grace 2, 93/ 19