THIS-WORLDLY...........1
in what unsurety standeth this-worldly weal, or what mischief 2, 86/ 22
 
 THITHER................10
of his father sent thither, to the end that 2, 14/ 7
prince, at his sending thither, was there appointed Sir 2, 14/ 10
Gloucester and Buckingham came thither. Where remained behind the 2, 17/ 9
necessity compelled to go thither. And then see, on 2, 30/ 25
and rich men run thither with poor men's goods 2, 31/ 9
them. Men's wives run thither with their husbands' plate 2, 31/ 11
for beating. Thieves bring thither their stolen goods, and 2, 31/ 13
of those that came thither with the Duke, not 2, 77/ 4
the sanctuary by (for thither had he fled, for 2, 81/ 34
for King Edward, sent thither, in the most secret 2, 88/ 4
 
 THITHERWARD............1
Protector to hasten him thitherward, with whom he was 2, 51/ 3
 
 THOMAS.................4
after honorably married unto Thomas, then Lord Howard, and 2, 3/ 13
Lord Richard and Sir Thomas Vaughan, knight, in the 2, 19/ 24
Lord Richard, with Sir Thomas Vaughan, into the north 2, 20/ 11
Sir James and Sir Thomas Tyrell -- of person 2, 84/ 17
 
 THOROUGHLY.............2
heart that he was thoroughly determined no longer to 2, 50/ 7
still -- to be thoroughly dead, they laid their 2, 85/ 26
 
 THOSE..................33
died, the displeasure of those that bore him grudge 2, 4/ 3
as he could; and those that could not be 2, 10/ 6
occasion again. Now be those griefs past, and all 2, 13/ 9
the familiar conversation of those that be neither far 2, 26/ 10
in again as though those places gave them not 2, 31/ 15
though I fear lest those that have not letted 2, 36/ 29
nothing doubted but that those lords of her honorable 2, 36/ 34
her much praise among those that were more amorous 2, 55/ 2
forbear the praise of those properties. But the merriest 2, 56/ 12
very small rewards, and those rather gay than rich 2, 56/ 21
and seeking-to with all those that those days had 2, 57/ 1
with all those that those days had business to 2, 57/ 1
declared he that commonly those children lacked that grace 2, 66/ 31
Duke of Clarence among those that were secret in 2, 67/ 23
the noble duke, as those that by their favors 2, 67/ 25
to the end that those words meeting with his 2, 68/ 2
lest he should prevent those words, and the Doctor 2, 68/ 9
sermon could come to those words, hastened his matter 2, 68/ 10
frame, began to repeat those words again: "This is 2, 68/ 15
to the dishonesty of those that, either for fear 2, 70/ 19
for that it happed those to favor him whom 2, 70/ 27
acquaintance, with any of those that were at any 2, 71/ 5
England -- except unto those that made her their 2, 71/ 33
merry; and some of those that came thither with 2, 77/ 3
for the younger of those two, but for that 2, 82/ 25
the dolorous end of those babes, not after every 2, 83/ 4
shall a man trust? Those that I have brought 2, 83/ 25
have brought up myself, those that I had weened 2, 83/ 25
serve me -- even those fail me and at 2, 83/ 26
sight of them, caused those murderers to bury them 2, 85/ 28
deep dissimulating nature of those both men considered, and 2, 90/ 3
by the conjunction of those two bloods in one 2, 91/ 10
to wish that to those good abilities whereof he 2, 93/ 21
 
 THOU...................6
What?" quoth the Protector. "Thou servest me, I ween 2, 48/ 24
ye none harm, thereby." "Thou wouldst say so," quoth 2, 52/ 4
so," quoth he, "if thou knewest as much as 2, 52/ 5
as I did when thou and I met here 2, 52/ 10
in the danger (as thou mayest hap to hear 2, 52/ 12
fool?" quoth the fox. "Thou mayest abide well enough 2, 93/ 7
 
 THOUGH.................36
were they, by whom though God did his pleasure 2, 13/ 13
come to a field, though both parts were in 2, 23/ 23
which stuff no marvel though some were harnesses, which 2, 24/ 5
the people -- as though they were not to 2, 25/ 29
the amendment -- as though God and Saint Peter 2, 31/ 5
come in again as though those places gave them 2, 31/ 15
in that. For therein, though it be a childish 2, 33/ 7
in sanctuary -- as though the one brother stood 2, 34/ 15
lord esteemed not slight, though it seem light, well 2, 34/ 27
trow, no great marvel though I fear lest those 2, 36/ 29
I am guiltless? As though they were guilty! In 2, 37/ 3
reckon no privilege broken though they fetch him out 2, 37/ 17
a trifling pretext; as though there could none be 2, 38/ 15
play with him. As though princes as young as 2, 38/ 18
among the people as though all should not long 2, 44/ 23
not long be well, though they neither wist what 2, 44/ 24
many men with suspicion though he showed few men 2, 44/ 28
muse on the matter, though the council were close 2, 44/ 30
laughed upon him, as though he would say, "Ye 2, 51/ 9
answered him fair, as though no man mistrusted the 2, 53/ 9
me somewhat like as though men should guess the 2, 55/ 28
touched aslope, craftily, as though men spared in that 2, 59/ 30
widowhood of Elizabeth Grey, though she were in all 2, 62/ 24
mine own -- as though I were a ward 2, 63/ 33
in adultery. Of which though some, by the ignorance 2, 66/ 33
among the hearers as though the Holy Ghost had 2, 68/ 3
will have given. As though the name of "benevolence 2, 70/ 1
by name -- as though Burdet were forgotten, that 2, 70/ 13
of their errand; as though he doubted and partly 2, 77/ 17
speak to him; as though he would not yet 2, 77/ 28
made so strange, as though neither had ever communed 2, 80/ 21
done in good order, though. And men must sometimes 2, 80/ 25
to be one, and though he pay for nothing 2, 80/ 29
rid them -- as though the killing of his 2, 83/ 13
have my life yet, though I lose my kingdom 2, 85/ 2
all out of peril, though the word be without 2, 92/ 28
 
 THOUGHT................37
to kiss whom he thought to kill; dispiteous and 2, 8/ 9
other's authority, he now thought that their division should 2, 10/ 1
regarded it, because he thought, whatsoever business should fall 2, 10/ 12
also for that she thought him secretly familiar with 2, 11/ 3
the time as they thought to stand with his 2, 13/ 28
his comfort, who he thought had more need of 2, 20/ 7
only man chosen, and thought most meet, to be 2, 24/ 28
he had begun that thought every day a year 2, 25/ 12
to deliver him, then thought he, and such others 2, 27/ 27
pleasure or as they thought, agreed plainly that by 2, 32/ 28
be fetched. Howbeit, they thought it all best, in 2, 33/ 23
her that it was thought unto the Protector and 2, 34/ 7
matter, in which she thought that he and all 2, 40/ 19
so that she verily thought she could not keep 2, 40/ 27
of sanctuary, which she thought to be now beset 2, 41/ 2
and partly, as she thought it might fortune her 2, 41/ 4
not be corrupted. Then thought she it should yet 2, 41/ 10
of likelihood as he thought. Thereupon forthwith they brought 2, 42/ 18
I know that many thought that this duke was 2, 42/ 28
to them whom he thought meet for the matter 2, 43/ 7
to his purpose, he thought his strength more than 2, 43/ 8
the best. So surely thought he that there could 2, 46/ 3
the love between them thought he might be boldest 2, 47/ 26
dream, in which him thought that a boar with 2, 50/ 3
of the way, then thought the Protector that -- 2, 58/ 4
divers, such as they thought meet to be trusted 2, 58/ 13
be his wife, so thought she herself too good 2, 61/ 24
his own; which he thought likely to bear him 2, 63/ 11
if outward alliance were thought so requisite, he would 2, 63/ 14
that heard him, and thought that they never had 2, 75/ 13
it should peradventure be thought that it were his 2, 78/ 32
as for that they thought it for the weal 2, 79/ 19
to the realm, he thought therefore without delay to 2, 83/ 12
took such displeasure and thought, that the same night 2, 83/ 23
his brother lingered in thought and heaviness till this 2, 85/ 9
his mind, he never thought himself sure. Where he 2, 87/ 12
to say whatsoever he thought: whereof he faithfully promised 2, 92/ 20