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-- at the last, if this be the last 2, 3/ 15
fortress and sure armor, if division and dissension of 2, 5/ 27
to their destruction which if either kind or kindness 2, 6/ 1
all points fortunate -- if either his own ambition 2, 7/ 3
King, which would undoubtedly, if he had intended that 2, 8/ 20
of all his building, if he might first, under 2, 10/ 3
was he certain: that if his intent were perceived 2, 10/ 8
to find you. Which, if they should (that God 2, 11/ 16
all you love them, if each of you hate 2, 11/ 20
of you hate other. If they were men, your 2, 11/ 20
nor ye give it if ye agree not. For 2, 11/ 24
realm to ruin, but if grace turn him to 2, 12/ 1
him to wisdom; which if God send, then they 2, 12/ 1
spiritual kindred of affinity, if the sacraments of Christ's 2, 12/ 15
well remember. Which things if I could as well 2, 13/ 3
your cousins my children, if God send them life 2, 13/ 11
as good kings. But if you among yourselves in 2, 13/ 15
verily trust you will if ye anything earthly regard 2, 13/ 22
ween, to guess. And if some folks' friendship had 2, 15/ 9
as great is growing, if we suffer this young 2, 15/ 15
honor of the King, if the lords of her 2, 16/ 15
For I assure you, if they crown any other 2, 22/ 6
frame again. Which strife, if it should hap, as 2, 23/ 22
-- well witting that if he deposed the one 2, 25/ 14
fall to the other, if he either remained in 2, 25/ 15
his own brother? And if any man think this 2, 26/ 13
good of any man, if it please him to 2, 26/ 31
all the realm. And if she be percase so 2, 27/ 6
murmur in the realm, if the mother might be 2, 27/ 22
his uttermost devoir. Howbeit, if she could be in 2, 27/ 26
high displeasure of God, if the privilege of that 2, 27/ 31
good manner obtained. And if it happen that I 2, 28/ 16
evil deserving. And nevertheless, if we loved neither her 2, 28/ 27
of kin. Whose honor if she as much desired 2, 28/ 29
of us be. For if she have any wit 2, 28/ 32
have him from her if she bide there. And 2, 29/ 5
both be with her, if she come thence and 2, 29/ 6
honor be. "Now, then, if she refuse in the 2, 29/ 9
in her hands. For if she cast such fond 2, 29/ 14
will soon think that if men were set (which 2, 29/ 20
they do. "Now, then, if she doubt lest he 2, 29/ 25
the let thereof. And if she might happen to 2, 29/ 28
in good faith -- if they were now to 2, 30/ 5
cruel creditors. And also, if the crown happen (as 2, 30/ 11
altar and kill them, if their murder were willful 2, 30/ 18
the Old Law. For if either necessity, his own 2, 30/ 20
much of this mischief, if wise men would set 2, 31/ 18
yonder babe? Which, and if he had discretion to 2, 32/ 17
discretion to require it if need were, I dare 2, 32/ 18
sanctuary men indeed. For if one go to sanctuary 2, 32/ 22
very truth. And what if a man's wife will 2, 32/ 33
husband? I would ween if she can allege none 2, 32/ 34
by the arm. And if nobody may be taken 2, 33/ 2
bide there -- then if a child will take 2, 33/ 4
deserved to need it, if they think it for 2, 33/ 11
condescended in effect that if he were not delivered 2, 33/ 22
alone, or else that if she finally were determined 2, 34/ 1
matter broken to her, if her time would in 2, 34/ 4
glad that ye were, if it might stand with 2, 35/ 20
with their honor. But if you appoint yourself to 2, 35/ 22
in his keeping, where if the child in his 2, 35/ 35
be they off? -- if that would help, as 2, 37/ 6
fetch him out. Which, if ye finally refuse to 2, 37/ 18
I reckon him sure, if he be not sure 2, 37/ 30
with the King but if his brother -- that 2, 38/ 16
ask to go out. If I say he shall 2, 38/ 24
he shall not -- if I ask the privilege 2, 38/ 24
of the sanctuary. And if my privilege could not 2, 39/ 1
and goods serve. And if examples be sufficient to 2, 39/ 7
brother already, and were, if both failed, inheritor to 2, 39/ 29
dispute the matter. But if she were content to 2, 40/ 13
for his estate. And if she would give them 2, 40/ 15
wit or troth. Wit, if they were so dull 2, 40/ 20
the Protector intended; troth, if they should procure her 2, 40/ 21
needless or bootless: wherefore, if she should needs go 2, 41/ 6
see to his surety, if she with her own 2, 41/ 12
such a proof as, if either of both lacked 2, 41/ 16
could here keep safe if I would, whatsoever any 2, 41/ 20
unto my blood that if they wist where any 2, 41/ 22
strength to keep him if ye list, neither lack 2, 42/ 2
in this cause. And if ye cannot elsewhere, then 2, 42/ 4
kinsfolk's sakes, and that if he were ever able 2, 43/ 12
prick him forward thereunto if they escaped (for they 2, 43/ 13
their imprisonment); or else, if they were put to 2, 43/ 14
would do it indeed if there were any new 2, 43/ 21
trains to catch him if he should be against 2, 43/ 24
mischief up in whom if the Lord Hastings had 2, 45/ 30
such folly; and also, if she would, yet would 2, 48/ 15
said, "Certainly, my lord, if they have so heinously 2, 48/ 23
had his horse ready, if the Lord Hastings would 2, 50/ 8
in such dreams! Which if they were tokens of 2, 50/ 14
true by our going, if we were caught and 2, 50/ 15
is, indeed -- or if any be, it is 2, 50/ 19
going than biding. And if we should needs cost 2, 50/ 19
say so," quoth he, "if thou knewest as much 2, 52/ 5
was the less marvel if ungracious living brought him 2, 53/ 28
would have changed, but if you would have wished 2, 55/ 25
evil. For men use, if they have an evil 2, 57/ 5
this day had begged if she had not been 2, 57/ 13
be well perceived but if we first repeat you 2, 60/ 1
to take it well if all his voyage were 2, 62/ 7
own land. And yet if outward alliance were thought 2, 63/ 13
ever he hath besides, if he be wived against 2, 63/ 20
married her. And that if it had not been 2, 65/ 4
have attained it himself, if he had not reckoned 2, 65/ 33
no need -- or if any were, it rather 2, 69/ 27
could perfectly love him, if his own brother could 2, 71/ 28
dare say he will if he take it. Which 2, 74/ 15
the more graciously incline if ye, the worshipful citizens 2, 74/ 24
we amend," quoth he, "if that will help." And 2, 75/ 8
out unto them but if he first knew some 2, 77/ 17
yet begun it. Wherefore if it would like His 2, 79/ 20
humbly beseech him thereunto. If he would give them 2, 79/ 22
percase a souter. Yet if one should con so 2, 81/ 2
at large to treat if we hereafter happen to 2, 82/ 32
a much better prince, if he had well served 2, 84/ 2
a thousand good fellows if need were. The messenger 2, 88/ 13
peril the Duke stood if he fell once in 2, 90/ 5
utterly men think that if King Richard had any 2, 90/ 8
easy to fall out if the matter were well-handled 2, 91/ 25
me to lie; for if I would swear the 2, 92/ 5
ween, believe but that if the world would have 2, 92/ 6
had succeeded him. Howbeit, if the secret judgment of 2, 92/ 12
sir," said the Bishop, "if it did, the thing 2, 93/ 13