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And the Kings fubje&s called thether from all parts of England fhuld have plenty of counfaill,
Memorial of the Most reverend father in God Thomas Cranmer,sometime lord archbishop of Canterbury : Wherein the history of the church, and reformation of it, during the primacy of the said archbishop, are greatly illustrated; and many singular matters relating thereunto, now first published (1694.) 1812
And upon May day a Pagan festival welcoming summer they brought the Maypole to the place appointed, with drumes, gunnes, pistols and other fitting instruments, for the purpose; and there erected it with the help of Savages, that came thether to see the manner of our Revels.
A Renegade History of the United States Thaddeus Russell 2010
Wherewith Primasso being highly contented, yeelding him the heartiest thankes he could devise to do, returned to Paris on horse-backe, albeit he came poorely thether on foot.
The Decameron 2004
At the beginnyng thei were sterne, and vnruly, and bruteshely liued, with herbes and with fleshe of wilde beastes, without lawe or rule, or facion of life, roilyng and rowmyng vpon heade, heather and thether without place of abode, where night came vpon them, there laiyng their bodies to reste.
In so muche that the Ambassadours of Cambises, when thei came thether, found the prisoners in the gaole fettred and tied with Chaines of golde.
And if it fortune any Greke or Grekes, to be driuen thether, him doe thei sacrifice after this maner.
Christe our king, writeth that the Turkes, and Saracenes by an auncient opinion receiued from Machomet: do laughe Christian menne to skorne, that seke thether with so greate reuerence.
Whether thei flie thether to saue them selues from other beastes, or come to sieke pasture, or by some instincte of nature vnknowen to manne, it is vncertaine.
For no manne when he seeth this, dare entre thether vncalled.
And on the morowe thei to go thether to masse and brekefast, as thei have used to doo.
The Churches of Coventry A Short History of the City & Its Medieval Remains Frederick W. Woodhouse