THOUGHTS...............1
reason of his day thoughts? Tell him it is 2, 50/ 13
 
 THOUSAND...............3
of our redemption a thousand four hundred fourscore and 2, 3/ 5
of two or three thousand marks -- and sent 2, 54/ 17
upon him with a thousand good fellows if need 2, 88/ 13
 
 THREE..................8
had lived fifty and three years, seven months, and 2, 3/ 2
four hundred fourscore and three, leaving much fair issue 2, 3/ 5
at Wakefield slain, leaving three sons: Edward, George, and 2, 6/ 25
George, and Richard. All three as they were great 2, 6/ 26
value of two or three thousand marks -- and 2, 54/ 17
say that he had three concubines which in three 2, 56/ 6
three concubines which in three diverse properties diversely excelled 2, 56/ 7
took, within less than three years of the mischief 2, 87/ 7
 
 THREW..................1
King Richard!" -- and threw up their caps in 2, 76/ 20
 
 THRICE.................1
his horse twice or thrice stumbled with him almost 2, 50/ 28
 
 THROATS................1
as loud as their throats would give, "King Richard 2, 76/ 19
 
 THROUGH................8
Paul's, and from thence through the city honorably into 2, 42/ 21
he would stoutly go through. And therefore to this 2, 43/ 31
bent himself, and went through, and determined that since 2, 43/ 33
this lord's death swiftly through the city, and so 2, 52/ 23
proclamation to be made through the city in the 2, 53/ 12
Duke of Buckingham, went through the people into the 2, 68/ 22
is never well kept, through all the time of 2, 82/ 14
when the Protector rode through London toward his coronation 2, 89/ 17
 
 THRUST.................2
husband was banished and thrust out of his kingdom 2, 39/ 16
apprentices and lads that thrust into the hall among 2, 76/ 18
 
 THUS...................15
wealth. And they that thus deem, think that he 2, 8/ 26
well, far stretched. And thus should all the realm 2, 16/ 23
out of that town: thus bore they folk in 2, 18/ 7
keep your rooms." And thus in a goodly array 2, 19/ 3
And when they were thus at a point between 2, 44/ 8
set new about him. Thus many things coming together 2, 45/ 6
sat still a while, thus he began: "What were 2, 47/ 21
within two hours after. Thus ended this honorable man 2, 52/ 16
wished her somewhat higher. Thus say they that knew 2, 55/ 26
lords and knights were thus beheaded and rid out 2, 58/ 4
possession and riches. And thus taking counsel of his 2, 61/ 28
And after he was thus appointed, and had between 2, 61/ 29
than half the realm. Thus were neither your goods 2, 71/ 7
could nothing tell. And thus, as I have learned 2, 86/ 13
the honor of Cardinal. Thus living many days in 2, 91/ 15
 
 THY....................4
will make good on thy body, traitor!" And therewith 2, 48/ 26
dinner till I see thy head off." It booted 2, 49/ 13
messenger, "leaneth my lord thy master so much to 2, 50/ 11
And therefore go to thy master, man, and commend 2, 50/ 22
 
 TIDINGS................3
city. But anon the tidings of this matter came 2, 20/ 18
wot what. With which tidings the Queen in great 2, 20/ 26
servants that he had tidings of so great importance 2, 21/ 7
 
 TIED...................1
time the Prince never tied his points, nor aught 2, 85/ 7
 
 TILL...................16
creepeth forth so far till with division and variance 2, 12/ 24
Northampton toward Stony Stratford, till they should give other 2, 18/ 4
longer should remain than till the matter were, not 2, 23/ 12
every day a year till it were achieved, yet 2, 25/ 12
than leave him there till her frowardness or fond 2, 30/ 1
be where I am till I see further. For 2, 37/ 9
will not to dinner till I see thy head 2, 49/ 13
might not go to till this were done, for 2, 49/ 16
solemnization of this wedding till these same were clearly 2, 64/ 32
was well-named and honest till the King for his 2, 72/ 1
a swarm of bees; till at the last, in 2, 76/ 15
come too near them till he wist what they 2, 77/ 29
cruel death and slaughter, till his own destruction ended 2, 82/ 15
in thought and heaviness till this traitorous death delivered 2, 85/ 9
of all his devices, till that after his coronation 2, 89/ 3
meddle with the world, till the noble prince King 2, 91/ 13
 
 TIMBER.................1
a long log of timber and there stricken off 2, 49/ 22
 
 TIME...................47
And Catherine, which, long time tossed in either fortune 2, 3/ 14
governance and behavior in time of peace (for in 2, 3/ 21
life as at the time of his death. Which 2, 3/ 26
more increased. At such time as he died, the 2, 4/ 3
well left. In which time of his latter days 2, 4/ 25
albeit that all the time of his reign, he 2, 5/ 7
noble king in that time in which his life 2, 5/ 22
realm, to prevent his time and to take upon 2, 6/ 23
think that he long time in King Edward's life 2, 8/ 26
us all, from this time forward, all griefs forgotten 2, 13/ 20
and answering for the time as they thought to 2, 13/ 28
-- which at the time of his decease kept 2, 14/ 1
lords which at that time were about the King 2, 16/ 5
own infortune, damning the time that ever she dissuaded 2, 20/ 27
the day. By which time he might in his 2, 22/ 13
England had in his time. Divers lords and knights 2, 25/ 8
this matter for this time, except any of your 2, 27/ 15
show) that from that time hitherward was there never 2, 28/ 6
to her, if her time would in any wise 2, 34/ 4
appeareth: that at such time as your dearest son 2, 35/ 29
is not the first time that I have taken 2, 39/ 15
elsewhere, neither had she time to serve her nor 2, 40/ 29
it in King Edward's time. Besides these requests of 2, 44/ 5
coronation, of which the time appointed then so near 2, 46/ 31
mean man at that time, and now of great 2, 51/ 4
in remembrance of another time in which it had 2, 51/ 17
place. At which other time the Lord Chamberlain had 2, 51/ 19
before. For all the time between his death and 2, 54/ 7
the shortness of the time with the length of 2, 54/ 11
ere men could have time to devise any ways 2, 58/ 10
his queen), at that time a widow -- born 2, 60/ 14
well ye have long time lacked and sorely longed 2, 69/ 17
the King, preventing the time of his inheritance, attained 2, 71/ 3
that were at any time the King's enemies; which 2, 71/ 6
which was, at one time and other, more than 2, 71/ 6
his soul. In whose time and by whose occasion 2, 71/ 16
war. So that no time was there in which 2, 71/ 24
was he from that time called), and the people 2, 80/ 18
and at the third time take it as compelled 2, 80/ 31
kept, through all the time of his reign never 2, 82/ 14
as he finished his time with the best death 2, 82/ 16
happen to write the time of the late noble 2, 83/ 1
friendship he took his time to put him forward 2, 84/ 11
them sure. After which time the Prince never tied 2, 85/ 7
well-known, that at such time as Sir James Tyrell 2, 86/ 9
he outward no long time in rest. For hereupon 2, 87/ 21
the Duke, at such time as the crown was 2, 90/ 11