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All's Well That Ends Well | AW I.i.132 | I will stand for't a little, though therefore I die | I will stand for't a little, though therefore I die |

All's Well That Ends Well | AW I.iii.170 | To say thou dost not. Therefore tell me true; | To say thou doost not: therefore tell me true, |

All's Well That Ends Well | AW II.iii.283 | Therefore, to th' war! | Therefore too'th warre. |

All's Well That Ends Well | AW II.iii.297 | Therefore away, and leave her bravely; go. | Therefore away, and leaue her brauely: go, |

All's Well That Ends Well | AW II.v.62 | For such a business, therefore am I found | For such a businesse, therefore am I found |

All's Well That Ends Well | AW III.i.7 | Therefore we marvel much our cousin France | Therefore we meruaile much our Cosin France |

All's Well That Ends Well | AW III.i.13 | By self-unable motion; therefore dare not | By selfe vnable motion, therefore dare not |

All's Well That Ends Well | AW IV.i.16 | all neighbouring languages, therefore we must every one | all neighbouring Languages: therefore we must euery one |

All's Well That Ends Well | AW IV.ii.29 | That I will work against him. Therefore your oaths | That I will worke against him. Therefore your oathes |

All's Well That Ends Well | AW IV.ii.72 | When his wife's dead; therefore I'll lie with him | When his wife's dead: therfore Ile lye with him |

All's Well That Ends Well | AW IV.iii.241 | confess freely. Therefore once more to this Captain | confesse freely: therefore once more to this Captaine |

All's Well That Ends Well | AW IV.iii.298 | the world for no honest use; therefore you must die | the world for no honest vse: therefore you must dye. |

All's Well That Ends Well | AW V.i.14 | And therefore, goaded with most sharp occasions | And therefore goaded with most sharpe occasions, |

All's Well That Ends Well | AW V.iii.161 | And therefore know how far I may be pitied. | And therefore know how farre I may be pittied. |

All's Well That Ends Well | AW V.iii.264 | speak of; therefore I will not speak what I know. | speake of, therefore I will not speake what I know. |

All's Well That Ends Well | AW V.iii.267 | therefore, stand aside. | therefore stand aside. |

Antony and Cleopatra | AC I.i.27 | Is come from Caesar. Therefore hear it, Antony. | Is come from *Casar*, therefore heare it *Anthony* |

Antony and Cleopatra | AC I.ii.74 | knave uncuckolded. Therefore, dear Isis, keep decorum, | Knaue vncuckolded: Therefore deere *Isis* keep *decorum*, |

Antony and Cleopatra | AC I.iii.98 | Therefore be deaf to my unpitied folly, | Therefore be deafe to my vnpittied Folly, |

Antony and Cleopatra | AC II.ii.114 | You wrong this presence; therefore speak no more. | You wrong this presence, therefore speake no more. |

Antony and Cleopatra | AC II.iii.19 | Therefore, O Antony, stay not by his side. | Therefore (oh *Anthony*) stay not by his side |

Antony and Cleopatra | AC II.iii.23 | Becomes afeard, as being o'erpowered. Therefore | Becomes a feare: as being o're-powr'd, therefore |

Antony and Cleopatra | AC II.vi.3 | That first we come to words; and therefore have we | that first we come to words, / And therefore haue we |

Antony and Cleopatra | AC III.xi.24 | Therefore I pray you. I'll see you by and by. | Therefore I pray you, Ile see you by and by. |

Antony and Cleopatra | AC III.xiii.25 | As i'th' command of Caesar. I dare him therefore | As i'th'Command of *Casar*. I dare him therefore |

Antony and Cleopatra | AC III.xiii.58 | The scars upon your honour therefore he | The scarre's vpon your Honor, therefore he |

Antony and Cleopatra | AC V.ii.179.1 | Are therefore to be pitied. | Are therefore to be pittied. |

Antony and Cleopatra | AC V.ii.184 | Of things that merchants sold. Therefore be cheered. | Of things that Merchants sold. Therefore be cheer'd, |

As You Like It | AYL I.i.67 | Therefore allow me such exercises as may become a | therefore allow me such exercises as may become a |

As You Like It | AYL I.i.97 | whose lands and revenues enrich the new Duke; therefore | whose lands and reuenues enrich the new Duke, therefore |

As You Like It | AYL I.i.123 | if he come in. Therefore, out of my love to you, I came | if hee come in: therefore out of my loue to you, I came |

As You Like It | AYL I.i.136 | Therefore use thy discretion; I had as lief thou didst | therefore vse thy discretion, I had as liefe thou didst |

As You Like It | AYL I.ii.21 | monster. Therefore, my sweet Rose, my dear Rose, | monster: therefore my sweet *Rose*, my deare *Rose*, |

As You Like It | AYL I.ii.168 | Do, young sir, your reputation shall not therefore | Do yong Sir, your reputation shall not therefore |

As You Like It | AYL I.iii.30 | Doth it therefore ensue that you should love his | Doth it therefore ensue that you should loue his |

As You Like It | AYL I.iii.98 | Therefore devise with me how we may fly, | Therefore deuise with me how we may flie |

As You Like It | AYL I.iii.123 | And therefore look you call me ‘ Ganymede.’ | And therefore looke you call me *Ganimed*. |

As You Like It | AYL II.iii.52 | Therefore my age is as a lusty winter, | Therefore my age is as a lustie winter, |

As You Like It | AYL II.iv.7 | courageous to petticoat: therefore courage, good Aliena! | coragious to petty-coate; therefore courage, good *Aliena*. |

As You Like It | AYL II.vii.109 | And therefore put I on the countenance | And therefore put I on the countenance |

As You Like It | AYL II.vii.125 | And therefore sit you down in gentleness | And therefore sit you downe in gentlenesse, |

As You Like It | AYL III.ii.137 | *Therefore Heaven Nature charged* | *Therefore heauen Nature charg'd*, |

As You Like It | AYL III.ii.165 | themselves without the verse, and therefore stood lamely | themselues without the verse, and therefore stood lamely |

As You Like It | AYL III.iii.30 | Well, I am not fair, and therefore I pray the gods | Well, I am not faire, and therefore I pray the Gods |

As You Like It | AYL III.iii.53 | Is the single man therefore blessed? No. As a walled | Is the single man therefore blessed? No, as a wall'd |

As You Like It | AYL III.iv.5 | As good cause as one would desire; therefore weep. | As good cause as one would desire, / Therefore weepe. |

As You Like It | AYL III.v.40 | Must you be therefore proud and pitiless? | Must you be therefore prowd and pittilesse? |

As You Like It | AYL IV.i.180 | out of the gross band of the unfaithful. Therefore, | out of the grosse band of the vnfaithfull: therefore |

As You Like It | AYL V.i.46 | Therefore, you clown, abandon – which is in the vulgar | Therefore you Clowne, abandon: which is in the vulgar, |

As You Like It | AYL V.i.56 | ways – therefore tremble and depart. | wayes, therefore tremble and depart. |

As You Like It | AYL V.ii.68 | I say I am a magician. Therefore, put you in your best | I say I am a Magitian: Therefore put you in your best |

As You Like It | AYL V.iii.33 | And therefore take the present time, | *And therefore take the present time*. |

As You Like It | AYL V.iv.204 | not furnished like a beggar; therefore to beg will not | not furnish'd like a Begger, therefore to begge will not |

The Comedy of Errors | CE I.i.26 | Therefore by law thou art condemned to die. | Therefore by Law thou art condemn'd to die. |

The Comedy of Errors | CE I.i.118 | And therefore homeward did they bend their course. | And therefore homeward did they bend their course. |

The Comedy of Errors | CE I.i.151 | Therefore, merchant, I'll limit thee this day | Therefore Marchant, Ile limit thee this day |

The Comedy of Errors | CE I.ii.1 | Therefore give out you are of Epidamnum | Therefore giue out you are of *Epidamium*, |

The Comedy of Errors | CE II.ii.114 | Thus I mend it: Time himself is bald, and therefore | Thus I mend it: Time himselfe is bald, and therefore |

The Comedy of Errors | CE II.ii.148 | I know thou canst, and therefore see thou do it! | I know thou canst, and therefore see thou doe it. |

The Comedy of Errors | CE III.ii.165 | And therefore 'tis high time that I were hence. | And therefore 'tis hie time that I were hence: |

The Comedy of Errors | CE IV.i.5 | Therefore make present satisfaction, | Therefore make present satisfaction, |

The Comedy of Errors | CE IV.i.26 | If it were chained together, and therefore came not. | If it were chain'd together: and therefore came not. |

The Comedy of Errors | CE IV.iv.156 | Therefore away, to get our stuff aboard. | Therefore away, to get our stuffe aboord. |

The Comedy of Errors | CE V.i.101 | And therefore let me have him home with me. | And therefore let me haue him home with me. |

The Comedy of Errors | CE V.i.108 | Therefore depart, and leave him here with me. | Therefore depart, and leaue him heere with me. |

The Comedy of Errors | CE V.i.159 | Therefore, most gracious Duke, with thy command | Therefore most gracious Duke with thy command, |

Coriolanus | Cor I.ix.25 | Would seem but modest. Therefore, I beseech you – | Would seeme but modest: therefore I beseech you, |

Coriolanus | Cor I.ix.57 | Then reason safely with you. Therefore be it known, | Then reason safely with you: Therefore be it knowne, |

Coriolanus | Cor II.ii.11 | hate upon no better a ground. Therefore, for Coriolanus | hate vpon no better a ground. Therefore, for *Coriolanus* |

Coriolanus | Cor II.ii.39 | Hath thus stood for his country. Therefore please you, | hath / Thus stood for his Countrey. Therefore please you, |

Coriolanus | Cor II.ii.71 | You soothed not, therefore hurt not. But your people, | You sooth'd not, therefore hurt not: but your People, |

Coriolanus | Cor II.iii.44 | voices with our own tongues. Therefore follow me, and | voices with our owne tongues, therefore follow me, and |

Coriolanus | Cor II.iii.101 | give it bountiful to the desirers. Therefore, beseech you, | giue it bountifull to the desirers: Therefore beseech you, |

Coriolanus | Cor II.iii.104 | therefore give you our voices heartily. | therefore giue you our voices heartily. |

Coriolanus | Cor II.iii.133 | Therefore let him be consul. The | Therefore let him be Consull: the |

Coriolanus | Cor II.iii.169 | Your voices therefore.’ When we granted that, | Your Voyces therefore: when we graunted that, |

Coriolanus | Cor II.iii.216.1 | As therefore kept to do so. | As therefore kept to doe so. |

Coriolanus | Cor III.i.149 | Nothing is done to purpose. Therefore, beseech you – | Nothing is done to purpose. Therefore beseech you, |

Coriolanus | Cor III.i.211.2 | Therefore lay hold of him; | Therefore lay hold of him: |

Coriolanus | Cor III.i.267 | And therefore law shall scorn him further trial | And therefore Law shall scorne him further Triall |

Coriolanus | Cor III.i.287 | Our certain death. Therefore it is decreed | Our certaine death: therefore it is decreed, |

Coriolanus | Cor IV.v.139 | Therefore, most absolute sir, if thou wilt have | Therefore most absolute Sir, if thou wilt haue |

Coriolanus | Cor V.i.57 | Than in our priest-like fasts. Therefore I'll watch him | Then in our Priest-like Fasts: therefore Ile watch him |

Coriolanus | Cor V.i.74 | For mercy to his country. Therefore let's hence, | For mercy to his Countrey: therefore let's hence, |

Coriolanus | Cor V.ii.22 | Have almost stamped the leasing. Therefore, fellow, | Haue (almost) stampt the Leasing. Therefore Fellow, |

Coriolanus | Cor V.ii.27 | lie as to live chastely. Therefore go back. | lye, as to liue chastly. Therefore go backe. |

Coriolanus | Cor V.ii.32 | must say you cannot pass. Therefore, go back. | must say you cannot passe. Therefore go backe. |

Coriolanus | Cor V.ii.46 | therefore back to Rome and prepare for your execution. | therfore backe to Rome, and prepare for your execution: |

Coriolanus | Cor V.ii.83 | Than pity note how much. Therefore be gone. | Then pitty: Note how much, therefore be gone. |

Coriolanus | Cor V.iii.91 | May hang upon your hardness. Therefore hear us. | May hang vpon your hardnesse, therefore heare vs. |

Coriolanus | Cor V.vi.48 | Of our great action. Therefore shall he die, | Of our great Action; therefore shall he dye, |

Coriolanus | Cor V.vi.54.2 | Therefore, at your vantage, | Therefore at your vantage, |

Cymbeline | Cym I.i.19 | And therefore banished – is a creature such | And therefore banish'd) is a Creature, such, |

Cymbeline | Cym I.vii.205 | Therefore I shall beseech you, if you please | Therefore I shall beseech you, if you please |

Cymbeline | Cym II.i.46 | You are a fool granted, therefore your | You are a Foole graunted, therefore your |

Cymbeline | Cym III.i.59 | Though Rome be therefore angry. Mulmutius made our laws, | Tho Rome be therfore angry. *Mulmutius* made our lawes |

Cymbeline | Cym III.v.22 | How it goes here. It fits us therefore ripely | How it goes heere. It fits vs therefore ripely |

Cymbeline | Cym III.v.75 | Outsells them all. I love her therefore, but | Out-selles them all. I loue her therefore, but |

Cymbeline | Cym IV.iv.46 | The hazard therefore due fall on me by | The hazard therefore due fall on me, by |

Cymbeline | Cym V.i.21 | I'll give no wound to thee: therefore, good heavens, | Ile giue no wound to thee: therefore good Heauens, |

Hamlet | Ham I.i.26 | Therefore I have entreated him along | Therefore I haue intreated him along |

Hamlet | Ham I.ii.8 | Therefore our sometime sister, now our Queen, | Therefore our sometimes Sister, now our Queen, |

Hamlet | Ham I.iii.22 | And therefore must his choice be circumscribed | And therefore must his choyce be circumscrib'd |

Hamlet | Ham I.v.165 | And therefore as a stranger give it welcome. | And therefore as a stranger giue it welcome. |

Hamlet | Ham II.ii.90 | Therefore, since brevity is the soul of wit, | Therefore, since Breuitie is the Soule of Wit, |

Hamlet | Ham III.ii.331 | command; or rather, as you say, my mother. Therefore | command: or rather you say, my Mother: therfore |

Hamlet | Ham III.iii.2 | To let his madness range. Therefore prepare you. | To let his madnesse range. Therefore prepare you, |

Hamlet | Ham IV.iii.42 | With fiery quickness. Therefore prepare thyself. | With fierie Quicknesse. Therefore prepare thy selfe, |

Hamlet | Ham IV.vii.151 | 'Twere better not assayed. Therefore this project | 'Twere better not assaid; therefore this Proiect |

Hamlet | Ham IV.vii.186 | And therefore I forbid my tears. But yet | And therefore I forbid my teares: but yet |

Hamlet | Ham IV.vii.194 | Therefore let's follow. | Therefore let's follow. |

Hamlet | Ham V.i.3 | I tell thee she is. Therefore make her | I tell thee she is, and therefore make her |

Hamlet | Ham V.i.121 | You lie out on't, sir, and therefore 'tis | You lye out on't Sir, and therefore it is |

Hamlet | Ham V.i.124 | 'Tis for the dead, not for the quick. Therefore thou | 'tis for the dead, not for the quicke, therefore thou |

Hamlet | Ham V.ii.257 | But since he is bettered, we have therefore odds. | But since he is better'd, we haue therefore oddes. |

Henry IV Part 1 | 1H4 I.i.18 | No more shall cut his master. Therefore friends, | No more shall cut his Master. Therefore Friends, |

Henry IV Part 1 | 1H4 I.i.30 | Therefore we meet not now. Then let me hear | Therefore we meete not now. Then let me heare |

Henry IV Part 1 | 1H4 I.iii.8 | And therefore lost that title of respect | And therefore lost that Title of respect, |

Henry IV Part 1 | 1H4 I.iii.26 | Either envy therefore, or misprision, | Who either through enuy, or misprision, |

Henry IV Part 1 | 1H4 I.iii.185.1 | Therefore, I say – | Therefore I say--- |

Henry IV Part 1 | 1H4 II.iv.462 | Jack Falstaff, valiant Jack Falstaff – and therefore more | *Iacke Falstaffe*, valiant *Iacke Falstaffe*, and therefore more |

Henry IV Part 1 | 1H4 II.iv.489 | and therefore I'll hide me. | and therefore Ile hide me. |

Henry IV Part 1 | 1H4 III.iii.165 | have more flesh than another man, and therefore more | haue more flesh then another man, and therefore more |

Henry IV Part 1 | 1H4 IV.iv.40 | Therefore make haste – I must go write again | Therefore make hast, I must go write againe |

Henry IV Part 1 | 1H4 V.i.118 | Hence, therefore, every leader to his charge, | Hence therefore, euery Leader to his charge, |

Henry IV Part 1 | 1H4 V.i.139 | will not suffer it. Therefore I'll none of it. Honour | wil not suffer it, therfore Ile none of it. Honour |

Henry IV Part 1 | 1H4 V.ii.24 | Therefore, good cousin, let not Harry know | Therefore good Cousin, let not *Harry* know |

Henry IV Part 1 | 1H4 V.iv.123 | Therefore I'll make him sure, yea, and I'll swear I | therefore Ile make him sure: yea, and Ile sweare I |

Henry IV Part 1 | 1H4 V.iv.125 | confutes me but eyes, and nobody sees me. Therefore, | confutes me but eyes, and no-bodie sees me. Therefore |

Henry IV Part 2 | 2H4 I.i.145 | Are thrice themselves. Hence, therefore, thou nice crutch! | Are thrice themselues. Hence therefore thou nice crutch, |

Henry IV Part 2 | 2H4 II.ii.85 | of a firebrand; and therefore I call him her dream. | of a Firebrand, and therefore I call him hir dream. |

Henry IV Part 2 | 2H4 II.iv.90 | thought on; therefore take heed what guests you receive; | thought on; therefore take heede what Guests you receiue: |

Henry IV Part 2 | 2H4 II.iv.146 | ill-sorted. Therefore captains had need look to't. | Therefore Captaines had neede looke to it. |

Henry IV Part 2 | 2H4 IV.i.199 | And therefore will he wipe his tables clean, | And therefore will hee wipe his Tables cleane, |

Henry IV Part 2 | 2H4 IV.i.218 | And therefore be assured, my good Lord Marshal, | And therefore be assur'd (my good Lord Marshal) |

Henry IV Part 2 | 2H4 IV.ii.83 | Therefore be merry, coz, since sudden sorrow | Therefore be merry (Cooze) since sodaine sorrow |

Henry IV Part 2 | 2H4 IV.iii.14 | death. Therefore rouse up fear and trembling, and do | death, therefore rowze vp Feare and Trembling, and do |

Henry IV Part 2 | 2H4 IV.iii.53 | the word of the noble. Therefore let me have right, and | the Word of the Noble: therefore let mee haue right, and |

Henry IV Part 2 | 2H4 IV.iv.27 | Therefore omit him not; blunt not his love, | Therefore omit him not: blunt not his Loue, |

Henry IV Part 2 | 2H4 IV.iv.36 | His temper therefore must be well observed. | His temper therefore must be well obseru'd: |

Henry IV Part 2 | 2H4 IV.iv.56 | Is overspread with them:; therefore my grief | Is ouer-spread with them: therefore my griefe |

Henry IV Part 2 | 2H4 IV.v.161 | Therefore thou best of gold art worst of gold. | Therefore, thou best of Gold, art worst of Gold. |

Henry IV Part 2 | 2H4 IV.v.212 | Too near unto my state. Therefore, my Harry, | Too neere vnto my State. / Therefore (my *Harrie*) |

Henry IV Part 2 | 2H4 V.i.44 | knave is mine honest friend, sir; therefore, I beseech | Knaue is mine honest Friend Sir, therefore I beseech |

Henry IV Part 2 | 2H4 V.i.70 | diseases, one of another; therefore let men take heed | diseases, one of another: therefore, let men take heede |

Henry IV Part 2 | 2H4 V.ii.103 | Therefore still bear the balance and the sword, | Therefore still beare the Ballance, and the Sword: |

Henry IV Part 2 | 2H4 V.iii.108 | Why then, lament therefore. | Why then Lament therefore. |

Henry V | H5 I.i.68 | And therefore we must needs admit the means | And therefore we must needes admit the meanes, |

Henry V | H5 I.ii.21 | Therefore take heed how you impawn our person, | Therefore take heed how you impawne our Person, |

Henry V | H5 I.ii.183.2 | True: therefore doth heaven divide | Therefore doth heauen diuide |

Henry V | H5 I.ii.214 | Without defeat. Therefore to France, my liege! | Without defeat. Therefore to France, my Liege, |

Henry V | H5 I.ii.245 | Therefore with frank and with uncurbed plainness | Therefore with franke and with vncurbed plainnesse, |

Henry V | H5 I.ii.255 | He therefore sends you, meeter for your spirit, | He therefore sends you meeter for your spirit |

Henry V | H5 I.ii.271 | And therefore, living hence, did give ourself | And therefore liuing hence, did giue our selfe |

Henry V | H5 I.ii.301 | Therefore, my lords, omit no happy hour | Therefore, my Lords, omit no happy howre, |

Henry V | H5 I.ii.305 | Therefore let our proportions for these wars | Therefore let our proportions for these Warres |

Henry V | H5 I.ii.310 | Therefore let every man now task his thought | Therefore let euery man now taske his thought, |

Henry V | H5 II.i.59 | Therefore exhale! | Therefore exhale. |

Henry V | H5 II.ii.32 | We therefore have great cause of thankfulness, | We therefore haue great cause of thankfulnes, |

Henry V | H5 II.ii.177 | We do deliver you. Get you therefore hence, | We do deliuer you. Get you therefore hence, |

Henry V | H5 II.iii.6 | And we must earn therefore. | and wee must erne therefore. |

Henry V | H5 II.iii.50 | Therefore, *Caveto* be thy counsellor. | therefore *Caueto* bee thy Counsailor. |

Henry V | H5 II.iv.4 | Therefore the Dukes of Berri and of Britaine, | Therefore the Dukes of Berry and of Britaine, |

Henry V | H5 II.iv.21 | Therefore, I say, 'tis meet we all go forth | Therefore I say, 'tis meet we all goe forth, |

Henry V | H5 II.iv.99 | Therefore in fierce tempest is he coming, | Therefore in fierce Tempest is he comming, |

Henry V | H5 III.ii.37 | words are the best men; and therefore he scorns to say | Words are the best men, and therefore hee scornes to say |

Henry V | H5 III.ii.52 | villainy goes against my weak stomach, and therefore | Villany goes against my weake stomacke, and therefore |

Henry V | H5 III.iii.3 | Therefore to our best mercy give yourselves, | Therefore to our best mercy giue your selues, |

Henry V | H5 III.iii.27 | To come ashore. Therefore, you men of Harfleur, | Therefore, you men of Harflew, |

Henry V | H5 III.iii.47 | To raise so great a siege. Therefore, great King, | To rayse so great a Siege: Therefore great King, |

Henry V | H5 III.v.61 | Therefore, Lord Constable, haste on Montjoy, | Therefore Lord Constable, hast on *Montioy*, |

Henry V | H5 III.vi.45 | Therefore go speak – the Duke will hear thy voice; | Therefore goe speake, the Duke will heare thy voyce; |

Henry V | H5 III.vi.51 | Why then, rejoice therefore! | Why then reioyce therefore. |

Henry V | H5 III.vi.123 | and admire our sufferance. Bid him therefore consider | and admire our sufferance. Bid him therefore consider |

Henry V | H5 III.vi.151 | Go, therefore, tell thy master here I am; | Goe therefore tell thy Master, heere I am; |

Henry V | H5 IV.i.2 | The greater therefore should our courage be. | The greater therefore should our Courage be. |

Henry V | H5 IV.i.105 | stoop, they stoop with the like wing. Therefore, when | stoupe, they stoupe with the like wing: therefore, when |

Henry V | H5 IV.i.172 | is the King's, but every subject's soul is his own. Therefore | is the Kings, but euery Subiects Soule is his owne. Therefore |

Henry V | H5 IV.viii.55 | as I took you for, I made no offence: therefore, I | as I tooke you for, I made no offence; therefore I |

Henry V | H5 V.i.73 | he could not therefore handle an English cudgel. You | he could not therefore handle an English Cudgell: you |

Henry V | H5 V.ii.203 | and thou must therefore needs prove a good soldier-breeder. | and thou must therefore needes proue a good Souldier-breeder: |

Henry V | H5 V.ii.224 | when he got me; therefore was I created with a stubborn | when hee got me, therefore was I created with a stubborne |

Henry V | H5 V.ii.231 | better; and therefore tell me, most fair Katherine, will | better: and therefore tell me, most faire *Katherine*, will |

Henry V | H5 V.ii.242 | therefore, Queen of all, Katherine, break thy mind to | Therefore Queene of all, *Katherine*, breake thy minde to |

Henry V | H5 V.ii.271 | me a kiss; therefore, patiently, and yielding. (*He kisses* | me a Kisse: therefore patiently, and yeelding. |

Henry VI Part 1 | 1H6 II.ii.51 | And therefore tell her I return great thanks | And therefore tell her, I returne great thankes, |

Henry VI Part 1 | 1H6 II.iv.9 | And therefore frame the law unto my will. | And therefore frame the Law vnto my will. |

Henry VI Part 1 | 1H6 II.v.51 | Therefore, good uncle, for my father's sake, | Therefore good Vnckle, for my Fathers sake, |

Henry VI Part 1 | 1H6 II.v.127 | And therefore haste I to the parliament, | And therefore haste I to the Parliament, |

Henry VI Part 1 | 1H6 III.i.12 | That therefore I have forged, or am not able | That therefore I haue forg'd, or am not able |

Henry VI Part 1 | 1H6 III.i.160 | Therefore, my loving lords, our pleasure is | Therefore my louing Lords, our pleasure is, |

Henry VI Part 1 | 1H6 III.ii.12 | Therefore we'll knock. | Therefore wee'le knock. |

Henry VI Part 1 | 1H6 III.iii.56 | Return thee therefore with a flood of tears, | Returne thee therefore with a floud of Teares, |

Henry VI Part 1 | 1H6 III.iv.25 | Therefore stand up, and for these good deserts | Therefore stand vp, and for these good deserts, |

Henry VI Part 1 | 1H6 IV.i.46 | Be packing therefore, thou that wast a knight; | Be packing therefore, thou that was't a knight: |

Henry VI Part 1 | 1H6 IV.i.153 | That anyone should therefore be suspicious | That any one should therefore be suspitious |

Henry VI Part 1 | 1H6 IV.i.160 | And, therefore, as we hither came in peace, | And therefore, as we hither came in peace, |

Henry VI Part 1 | 1H6 IV.v.9 | Therefore, dear boy, mount on my swiftest horse, | Therefore deere Boy, mount on my swiftest horse, |

Henry VI Part 1 | 1H6 V.i.37 | And therefore are we certainly resolved | And therefore are we certainly resolu'd, |

Henry VI Part 1 | 1H6 V.iii.78 | She's beautiful, and therefore to be wooed; | She's beautifull; and therefore to be Wooed: |

Henry VI Part 1 | 1H6 V.iii.79 | She is a woman, therefore to be won. | She is a Woman; therefore to be Wonne. |

Henry VI Part 1 | 1H6 V.iv.163 | And therefore take this compact of a truce, | And therefore take this compact of a Truce, |

Henry VI Part 1 | 1H6 V.v.23 | Therefore, my Lord Protector, give consent | Therefore my Lord Protector, giue consent, |

Henry VI Part 1 | 1H6 V.v.35 | And therefore may be broke without offence. | And therefore may be broke without offence. |

Henry VI Part 1 | 1H6 V.v.59 | And therefore, lords, since he affects her most, | And therefore Lords, since he affects her most, |

Henry VI Part 1 | 1H6 V.v.87 | Take therefore shipping; post, my lord, to France; | Take therefore shipping, poste my Lord to France, |

Henry VI Part 2 | 2H6 I.i.238 | And therefore I will take the Nevils' parts | And therefore I will take the *Neuils* parts, |

Henry VI Part 2 | 2H6 I.iii.199 | therefore I beseech your majesty, do not cast away an | therefore I beseech your Maiestie, doe not cast away an |

Henry VI Part 2 | 2H6 I.iv.3 | Master Hume, we are therefore provided. | Master *Hume*, we are therefore prouided: |

Henry VI Part 2 | 2H6 II.iii.52 | Ay, good my lord; for purposely therefore | I, good my Lord: for purposely therefore |

Henry VI Part 2 | 2H6 II.iii.89 | the Queen; and therefore, Peter, have at thee with a | the Queene: and therefore *Peter* haue at thee with a |

Henry VI Part 2 | 2H6 III.ii.264 | And therefore do they cry, though you forbid, | And therefore doe they cry, though you forbid, |

Henry VI Part 2 | 2H6 III.ii.285 | And therefore by His majesty I swear | And therefore by his Maiestie I sweare, |

Henry VI Part 2 | 2H6 IV.i.8 | Therefore bring forth the soldiers of our prize, | Therefore bring forth the Souldiers of our prize, |

Henry VI Part 2 | 2H6 IV.i.23 | I'll give it, sir; and therefore spare my life. | Ile giue it sir, and therefore spare my life. |

Henry VI Part 2 | 2H6 IV.i.26 | (*to Suffolk*) And therefore to revenge it shalt thou die; | And therefore to reuenge it, shalt thou dye, |

Henry VI Part 2 | 2H6 IV.i.41 | Therefore, when merchant-like I sell revenge, | Therefore, when Merchant-like I sell reuenge, |

Henry VI Part 2 | 2H6 IV.i.64 | And therefore shall it charm thy riotous tongue. | And therefore shall it charme thy riotous tongue. |

Henry VI Part 2 | 2H6 IV.i.143 | Therefore come you with us, and let him go. | Therefore come you with vs, and let him go. |

Henry VI Part 2 | 2H6 IV.ii.17 | be labouring men;’ and therefore should we | be labouring men, and therefore should we |

Henry VI Part 2 | 2H6 IV.ii.46 | Therefore am I of an honourable house. | Therefore am I of an honorable house. |

Henry VI Part 2 | 2H6 IV.ii.119 | If you go forward; therefore yield, or die. | If you go forward: therefore yeeld, or dye. |

Henry VI Part 2 | 2H6 IV.ii.138 | Nay, 'tis too true; therefore he shall be king. | Nay, 'tis too true, therefore he shall be King. |

Henry VI Part 2 | 2H6 IV.ii.140 | the bricks are alive at this day to testify it; therefore deny | the brickes are aliue at this day to testifie it: therefore deny |

Henry VI Part 2 | 2H6 IV.ii.144 | Ay, marry, will we; therefore get ye gone. | I marry will we: therefore get ye gone. |

Henry VI Part 2 | 2H6 IV.ii.157 | than that, he can speak French; and therefore he is a | then that, he can speake French, and therefore hee is a |

Henry VI Part 2 | 2H6 IV.ii.163 | No, no; and therefore we'll have his head. | No, no, and therefore wee'l haue his head. |

Henry VI Part 2 | 2H6 IV.iii.5 | slaughter-house. Therefore thus will I reward thee: | Slaughter-house: Therfore thus will I reward thee, |

Henry VI Part 2 | 2H6 IV.iv.3 | Think therefore on revenge and cease to weep. | Thinke therefore on reuenge, and cease to weepe. |

Henry VI Part 2 | 2H6 IV.iv.44 | Therefore away with us to Killingworth. | Therefore away with vs to Killingworth. |

Henry VI Part 2 | 2H6 IV.iv.47 | And therefore in this city will I stay, | And therefore in this Citty will I stay, |

Henry VI Part 2 | 2H6 IV.iv.60 | And therefore am I bold and resolute. | And therefore am I bold and resolute. |

Henry VI Part 2 | 2H6 IV.vii.110 | And therefore yet relent and save my life. | And therefore yet relent, and saue my life. |

Henry VI Part 2 | 2H6 IV.viii.22 | necks? Hath my sword therefore broke through London | neckes? Hath my sword therefore broke through London |

Henry VI Part 3 | 3H6 I.i.148 | His is the right, and therefore pardon me. | His is the right, and therefore pardon me. |

Henry VI Part 3 | 3H6 I.i.190 | They seek revenge and therefore will not yield. | They seeke reuenge, and therefore will not yeeld. |

Henry VI Part 3 | 3H6 I.ii.12 | Now you are heir; therefore enjoy it now. | Now you are Heire, therefore enioy it now: |

Henry VI Part 3 | 3H6 I.ii.28 | Therefore to arms! And, father, do but think | Therefore to Armes: and Father doe but thinke, |

Henry VI Part 3 | 3H6 I.ii.52 | And therefore fortify your hold, my lord. | And therefore fortifie your Hold, my Lord. |

Henry VI Part 3 | 3H6 I.iii.34 | Therefore – | Therefore--- |

Henry VI Part 3 | 3H6 I.iii.46 | No cause? | No cause? thy Father slew my Father: therefore dye. |

Henry VI Part 3 | 3H6 I.iii.47 | Thy father slew my father; therefore, die. | |

Henry VI Part 3 | 3H6 II.i.165 | Why, therefore Warwick came to seek you out, | Why therefore Warwick came to seek you out, |

Henry VI Part 3 | 3H6 II.i.166 | And therefore comes my brother Montague. | And therefore comes my Brother *Mountague:* |

Henry VI Part 3 | 3H6 II.ii.76 | Why, that's my fortune too; therefore I'll stay. | Why, that's my fortune too, therefore Ile stay. |

Henry VI Part 3 | 3H6 II.ii.122 | Cannot be cured by words; therefore be still. | Cannot be cur'd by Words, therefore be still. |

Henry VI Part 3 | 3H6 II.v.133 | Are at our backs; and therefore hence amain. | Are at our backes, and therefore hence amaine. |

Henry VI Part 3 | 3H6 III.ii.41 | Therefore I came unto your majesty. | Therefore I came vnto your Maiestie. |

Henry VI Part 3 | 3H6 III.iii.23 | Now, therefore, be it known to noble Lewis | Now therefore be it knowne to Noble *Lewis*, |

Henry VI Part 3 | 3H6 III.iii.74 | Look, therefore, Lewis, that by this league and marriage | Looke therefore *Lewis*, that by this League and Mariage |

Henry VI Part 3 | 3H6 III.iii.219 | Therefore at last I firmly am resolved: | Therefore, at last, I firmely am resolu'd |

Henry VI Part 3 | 3H6 III.iii.232 | And therefore I'll uncrown him ere't be long. | And therefore Ile vn-Crowne him, er't be long. |

Henry VI Part 3 | 3H6 III.iii.246 | Therefore delay not, give thy hand to Warwick; | Therefore delay not, giue thy hand to Warwicke, |

Henry VI Part 3 | 3H6 IV.i.89 | Go to, we pardon thee; therefore, in brief, | Goe too, wee pardon thee: / Therefore, in briefe, |

Henry VI Part 3 | 3H6 IV.i.111 | And therefore I'll uncrown him ere't be long.’ | And therefore Ile vncrowne him, er't be long. |

Henry VI Part 3 | 3H6 IV.i.147 | Now therefore let us hence, and lose no hour | Now therefore let vs hence, and lose no howre, |

Henry VI Part 3 | 3H6 IV.iv.34 | Come, therefore, let us fly while we may fly; | Come therefore let vs flye, while we may flye, |

Henry VI Part 3 | 3H6 IV.vi.17 | And chiefly therefore I thank God and thee; | And chiefely therefore, I thanke God, and thee, |

Henry VI Part 3 | 3H6 IV.vi.19 | Therefore, that I may conquer Fortune's spite | Therefore that I may conquer Fortunes spight, |

Henry VI Part 3 | 3H6 IV.vi.36 | And therefore I yield thee my free consent. | And therefore I yeeld thee my free consent. |

Henry VI Part 3 | 3H6 IV.vi.96 | Therefore, Lord Oxford, to prevent the worst, | Therefore, Lord *Oxford*, to preuent the worst, |

Henry VI Part 3 | 3H6 IV.vi.102 | Come, therefore, let's about it speedily. | Come therefore, let's about it speedily. |

Henry VI Part 3 | 3H6 V.iv.61 | Ready to fight; therefore be resolute. | Readie to fight: therefore be resolute. |

Henry VI Part 3 | 3H6 V.iv.76 | Therefore, no more but this: Henry, your sovereign, | Therefore no more but this: *Henry* your Soueraigne |

Henry VI Part 3 | 3H6 V.vi.5 | And both preposterous; therefore, not ‘ good lord.’ | And both preposterous: therefore, not Good Lord. |

Henry VIII | H8 prologue.23 | Therefore, for goodness' sake, and as you are known | *Therefore, for Goodnesse sake, and as you are knowne* |

Henry VIII | H8 I.i.96.2 | Is it therefore | Is it therefore |

Henry VIII | H8 I.i.121 | Have not the power to muzzle him; therefore best | Haue not the power to muzzle him, therefore best |

Henry VIII | H8 II.iv.61 | To plead your cause. It shall be therefore bootless | To pleade your Cause. It shall be therefore bootlesse, |

Henry VIII | H8 II.iv.65 | Hath spoken well and justly. Therefore, madam, | Hath spoken well, and iustly: Therefore Madam, |

Henry VIII | H8 II.iv.80 | Which God's dew quench! Therefore I say again, | (Which Gods dew quench) therefore, I say againe, |

Henry VIII | H8 II.iv.100 | I am not of your wrong. Therefore in him | I am not of your wrong. Therefore in him |

Henry VIII | H8 II.iv.222 | Under your hands and seals. Therefore, go on, | Vnder your hands and Seales; therefore goe on, |

Henry VIII | H8 III.ii.341 | That therefore such a writ be sued against you: | That therefore such a Writ be sued against you, |

Julius Caesar | JC I.ii.43 | But let not therefore my good friends be grieved – | But let not therefore my good Friends be greeu'd |

Julius Caesar | JC I.ii.66 | Therefore, good Brutus, be prepared to hear; | Therefore good *Brutus*, be prepar'd to heare: |

Julius Caesar | JC I.ii.209 | And therefore are they very dangerous. | And therefore are they very dangerous. |

Julius Caesar | JC I.ii.307 | From that it is disposed: therefore it is meet | From that it is dispos'd: therefore it is meet, |

Julius Caesar | JC II.i.32 | And therefore think him as a serpent's egg | And therefore thinke him as a Serpents egge, |

Julius Caesar | JC II.i.233.1 | Therefore thou sleep'st so sound. | Therefore thou sleep'st so sound. |

Julius Caesar | JC III.i.218 | Therefore I took your hands, but was indeed | Therefore I tooke your hands, but was indeed |

Julius Caesar | JC III.ii.114 | Therefore 'tis certain he was not ambitious. | Therefore 'tis certaine, he was not Ambitious. |

Julius Caesar | JC IV.i.43 | Therefore let our alliance be combined, | Therefore let our Alliance be combin'd, |

Julius Caesar | JC IV.iii.16 | And chastisement doth therefore hide his head. | And Chasticement doth therefore hide his head. |

Julius Caesar | JC V.i.115 | Therefore our everlasting farewell take: | Therefore our euerlasting farewell take: |

Julius Caesar | JC V.iii.11 | Fly therefore, noble Cassius, fly far off! | Flye therefore Noble *Cassius*, flye farre off. |

Julius Caesar | JC V.iii.104 | Come therefore, and to Thasos send his body. | Come therefore, and to *Tharsus* send his body, |

King Edward III | E3 I.i.139 | First, therefore, Audley, this shall be thy charge: | First therefore Audley this shalbe thy charge, |

King Edward III | E3 I.i.145 | Be wary, therefore, since we do commence | Be warie therefore since we do comence, |

King Edward III | E3 I.ii.59 | I know it well, my liege, and therefore fly. | I know it well my liege, and therefore flie. |

King Edward III | E3 II.i.145 | Who, being set in dark, seems therefore light? | Who being set in darke seemes therefore light, |

King Edward III | E3 II.i.341 | And therefore, Warwick, if thou art thyself, | And therefore Warwike if thou art thy selfe, |

King Edward III | E3 II.ii.167 | Resolved to be dissolved; and therefore this: | Resolute to be dissolude, and therefote this, |

King Edward III | E3 II.ii.180 | And if thou stir, I strike. Therefore, stand still, | And if thou stir, I strike, therefore stand still, |

King Edward III | E3 III.ii.69 | Fly therefore, citizens, if you be wise, | Flie therefore Citizens if you be wise, |

King Edward III | E3 III.iii.68 | Leave therefore now to persecute the weak, | *L*eaue therfore now to persecute the weake, |

King Edward III | E3 III.iii.111 | Therefore, Valois, say, wilt thou yet resign, | Therfore Valoys say, wilt thou yet resigne, |

King Edward III | E3 III.iii.142 | Therefore, my friends, consider this in brief: | Therfore my frinds consider this in breefe, |

King Edward III | E3 III.iii.177 | Come, therefore, heralds, orderly bring forth | Come therefore Heralds, orderly bring forth, |

King Edward III | E3 III.iv.102 | And therefore with thy sword, yet reeking warm | *A*nd therefore with thy sword, yet reaking warme, |

King Edward III | E3 III.iv.120 | Now lies it on an upshot; therefore strike, | Now lies it on an vpshot, therefore strike, |

King Edward III | E3 IV.iii.42 | Not to infringe it, though we die therefore. | Not to infringe it though we die therefore: |

King Edward III | E3 IV.iii.43 | Therefore, my lord, as willing I return | Therefore my Lord, as willing I returne, |

King Edward III | E3 IV.iv.119 | And therefore knows no prayers for my avail. | and therefore knowes no praiers for my auaile, |

King Edward III | E3 V.i.94 | Kneel therefore down: now rise, King Edward's knight; | Kneele therefore downe, now rise king Edwards knight, |

King John | KJ I.i.238 | We know his handiwork. Therefore, good mother, | We know his handy-worke, therefore good mother |

King John | KJ II.i.78 | To parley or to fight! Therefore prepare! | To parlie or to fight, therefore prepare. |

King John | KJ II.i.206 | For our advantage; therefore hear us first. | For our aduantage, therefore heare vs first: |

King John | KJ III.i.13 | Oppressed with wrongs, and therefore full of fears, | Opprest with wrongs, and therefore full of feares, |

King John | KJ III.i.189 | Therefore, since law itself is perfect wrong, | Therefore since Law it selfe is perfect wrong, |

King John | KJ III.i.255 | Therefore to arms! Be champion of our church, | Therefore to Armes, be Champion of our Church, |

King John | KJ III.i.288 | Therefore thy later vows, against thy first, | Therefore thy later vowes, against thy first, |

King John | KJ III.iv.88 | I shall not know him. Therefore never, never | I shall not know him: therefore neuer, neuer |

King John | KJ III.iv.130 | Thy foot to England's throne. And therefore mark: | Thy foote to Englands Throne. And therefore marke: |

King John | KJ IV.i.27 | Therefore I will be sudden, and dispatch. | Therefore I will be sodaine, and dispatch. |

King John | KJ IV.ii.9 | Therefore, to be possessed with double pomp, | Therefore, to be possess'd with double pompe, |

King John | KJ IV.iii.31 | Therefore 'twere reason you had manners now. | Therefore 'twere reason you had manners now. |

King John | KJ V.ii.73 | Therefore thy threatening colours now wind up, | Therefore thy threatning Colours now winde vp, |

King Lear | KL I.i.210 | To match you where I hate; therefore beseech you | To match you where I hate, therefore beseech you |

King Lear | KL I.i.264 | That face of hers again. Therefore begone, | That face of hers againe, therfore be gone, |

King Lear | KL II.iv.145 | Better than you yourself. Therefore I pray you | Better then you your selfe: therefore I pray you, |

King Lear | KL IV.i.18 | I have no way and therefore want no eyes; | I haue no way, and therefore want no eyes: |

King Lear | KL IV.iv.25 | Therefore great France | Therfore great France |

King Lear | KL IV.v.29 | Therefore I do advise you take this note: | Therefore I do aduise you take this note: |

King Lear | KL IV.vi.72 | It was some fiend. Therefore, thou happy father, | It was some Fiend: Therefore thou happy Father, |

Love's Labour's Lost | LLL I.i.8 | Therefore, brave conquerors – for so you are, | Therefore braue Conquerours, for so you are, |

Love's Labour's Lost | LLL I.i.137 | Therefore this article is made in vain, | Therefore this Article is made in vaine, |

Love's Labour's Lost | LLL I.i.300 | And therefore welcome the sour cup of prosperity! | and therefore welcome the sowre cup of prosperitie, |

Love's Labour's Lost | LLL I.ii.23 | And therefore apt, because quick. | And therefore apt, because quicke. |

Love's Labour's Lost | LLL I.ii.158 | words, and therefore I say nothing. I thank God I have | words, and therefore I will say nothing: I thanke God, I haue |

Love's Labour's Lost | LLL I.ii.159 | as little patience as another man, and therefore I can | as little patience as another man, and therefore I can |

Love's Labour's Lost | LLL I.ii.170 | Hercules' club, and therefore too much odds for a | *Hercules* Clubbe, and therefore too much ods for a |

Love's Labour's Lost | LLL II.i.25 | Therefore to's seemeth it a needful course, | Therefore to's seemeth it a needfull course, |

Love's Labour's Lost | LLL IV.iii.200 | It did move him to passion, and therefore let's hear it. | It did moue him to passion, and therefore let's heare it. |

Love's Labour's Lost | LLL IV.iii.217 | Therefore of all hands must we be forsworn. | Therefore of all hands must we be forsworne. |

Love's Labour's Lost | LLL IV.iii.259 | And therefore is she born to make black fair. | And therfore is she borne to make blacke, faire. |

Love's Labour's Lost | LLL IV.iii.262 | And therefore red, that would avoid dispraise, | And therefore red that would auoyd dispraise, |

Love's Labour's Lost | LLL IV.iii.301 | And therefore, finding barren practisers, | And therefore finding barraine practizers, |

Love's Labour's Lost | LLL IV.iii.348 | And win them too! Therefore let us devise | And winne them too, therefore let vs deuise, |

Love's Labour's Lost | LLL V.ii.23 | Therefore, I'll darkly end the argument. | Therefore Ile darkely end the argument. |

Love's Labour's Lost | LLL V.ii.26 | Indeed I weigh not you, and therefore light. | Indeed I waigh not you, and therefore light. |

Love's Labour's Lost | LLL V.ii.151 | Therefore I do it, and I make no doubt | Therefore I doe it, and I make no doubt, |

Love's Labour's Lost | LLL V.ii.237.3 | Therefore meet. | Therefore meete. |

Love's Labour's Lost | LLL V.ii.292 | Therefore change favours, and, when they repair, | Therefore change Fauours, and when they repaire, |

Love's Labour's Lost | LLL V.ii.442 | I will; and therefore keep it. Rosaline, | I will, and therefore keepe it. *Rosaline*, |

Love's Labour's Lost | LLL V.ii.622 | Therefore, as he is an ass, let him go. | Therefore as he is, an Asse, let him go: |

Love's Labour's Lost | LLL V.ii.757 | Formed by the eye and therefore, like the eye, | Form'd by the eie, and therefore like the eie. |

Love's Labour's Lost | LLL V.ii.765 | Suggested us to make. Therefore, ladies, | Suggested vs to make: therefore Ladies |

Love's Labour's Lost | LLL V.ii.778 | Have we not been; and therefore met your loves | Haue we not bene, and therefore met your loues |

Love's Labour's Lost | LLL V.ii.786 | Full of dear guiltiness; and therefore this: | Full of deare guiltinesse, and therefore this: |

Love's Labour's Lost | LLL V.ii.811 | | Hence euer then, my heart is in thy brest. / *Ber.* And what to me my Loue? and what to me? / *Ros.* You must be purged too, your sins are rack'd. / You are attaint with faults and periurie: / Therefore if you my fauor meane to get, / A tweluemonth shall you spend, and neuer rest, / But seeke the wearie beds of people sicke. |

Macbeth | Mac II.ii.42 | ‘ Glamis hath murdered sleep, and therefore Cawdor | *Glamis* hath murther'd Sleepe, and therefore *Cawdor* |

Macbeth | Mac II.iii.28 | the desire but it takes away the performance. Therefore | the desire, but it takes away the performance. Therefore |

Macbeth | Mac II.iii.140 | Is to avoid the aim. Therefore to horse, | Is to auoid the ayme. Therefore to Horse, |

Measure for Measure | MM I.i.42 | Hold therefore, Angelo: | Hold therefore *Angelo:* |

Measure for Measure | MM I.i.52 | Proceeded to you; therefore take your honours. | Proceeded to you; therefore take your honors: |

Measure for Measure | MM I.iii.39 | And not the punishment. Therefore, indeed, my father, | And not the punishment: therefore indeede (my father) |

Measure for Measure | MM I.iii.45 | Visit both prince and people. Therefore, I prithee, | Visit both Prince, and People: Therefore I pre'thee |

Measure for Measure | MM II.i.71 | Dost thou detest her therefore? | Do'st thou detest her therefore? |

Measure for Measure | MM III.i.63 | Therefore your best appointment make with speed; | Therefore your best appointment make with speed, |

Measure for Measure | MM III.i.169 | be true. Therefore prepare yourself to death. Do not | be true, therfore prepare your selfe to death: do not |

Measure for Measure | MM III.i.199 | of you only. Therefore fasten your ear on my advisings. | of you onelie. Therefore fasten your eare on my aduisings, |

Measure for Measure | MM III.ii.138 | statesman, and a soldier. Therefore you speak unskilfully; | Statesman, and a Soldier: therefore you speake vnskilfully: |

Measure for Measure | MM IV.iii.55 | O, sir, you must, and therefore I beseech you look | Oh sir, you must: and therefore I beseech you / Looke |

Measure for Measure | MM IV.iii.123 | Forbear it therefore, give your cause to heaven. | Forbeare it therefore, giue your cause to heauen, |

Measure for Measure | MM IV.vi.15 | The Duke is entering. Therefore hence, away. | The *Duke* is entring: / Therefore hence away. |

The Merchant of Venice | MV I.i.45 | Therefore my merchandise makes me not sad. | Therefore my merchandize makes me not sad. |

The Merchant of Venice | MV I.i.96 | That therefore only are reputed wise | That therefore onely are reputed wise, |

The Merchant of Venice | MV I.i.160 | And I am prest unto it. Therefore speak. | And I am prest vnto it: therefore speake. |

The Merchant of Venice | MV I.i.179 | To raise a present sum. Therefore go forth; | To raise a present summe, therefore goe forth |

The Merchant of Venice | MV I.ii.7 | happiness, therefore, to be seated in the mean; superfluity | happinesse therefore to bee seated in the meane, superfluitie |

The Merchant of Venice | MV I.ii.27 | their death have good inspirations. Therefore the lottery | their death haue good inspirations, therefore the lotterie |

The Merchant of Venice | MV I.ii.53 | God made him and therefore let him pass for a | God made him, and therefore let him passe for a |

The Merchant of Venice | MV I.ii.89 | Therefore, for fear of the worst, I pray thee set a | Therefore for feare of the worst, I pray thee set a |

The Merchant of Venice | MV II.i.23 | Therefore I pray you lead me to the caskets | Therefore I pray you leade me to the Caskets |

The Merchant of Venice | MV II.i.42 | In way of marriage. Therefore be advised. | In way of marriage, therefore be aduis'd. |

The Merchant of Venice | MV II.v.47 | Therefore I part with him, and part with him | Therefore I part with him, and part with him |

The Merchant of Venice | MV II.vi.56 | And therefore, like herself, wise, fair, and true, | And therefore like her selfe, wise, faire, and true, |

The Merchant of Venice | MV III.ii.3 | I lose your company. Therefore forbear awhile. | I loose your companie; therefore forbeare a while, |

The Merchant of Venice | MV III.ii.101 | To entrap the wisest. Therefore thou gaudy gold, | To intrap the wisest. Therefore then thou gaudie gold, |

The Merchant of Venice | MV III.iii.13 | I'll have my bond, and therefore speak no more. | Ile haue my bond, and therefore speake no more. |

The Merchant of Venice | MV III.iii.24.1 | Therefore he hates me. | Therefore he hates me. |

The Merchant of Venice | MV III.iii.31 | Consisteth of all nations. Therefore go. | Consisteth of all Nations. Therefore goe, |

The Merchant of Venice | MV III.iv.23 | Therefore no more of it. Hear other things: | Therefore no more of it: heere other things |

The Merchant of Venice | MV III.iv.83 | At the park gate, and therefore haste away, | At the Parke gate; and therefore haste away, |

The Merchant of Venice | MV III.v.2 | are to be laid upon the children. Therefore, I promise | are to be laid vpon the children, therefore I promise |

The Merchant of Venice | MV III.v.4 | I speak my agitation of the matter. Therefore be o' good | I speake my agitation of the matter: therfore be of good |

The Merchant of Venice | MV IV.i.80 | His Jewish heart. Therefore I do beseech you | His Iewish heart. Therefore I do beseech you |

The Merchant of Venice | MV IV.i.194 | When mercy seasons justice. Therefore, Jew, | When mercie seasons Iustice. Therefore Iew, |

The Merchant of Venice | MV IV.i.249.1 | Therefore lay bare your bosom. | Therefore lay bare your bosome. |

The Merchant of Venice | MV IV.i.321 | Therefore prepare thee to cut off the flesh. | Therefore prepare thee to cut off the flesh, |

The Merchant of Venice | MV IV.i.360 | Down therefore, and beg mercy of the Duke. | Downe therefore, and beg mercy of the Duke. |

The Merchant of Venice | MV IV.i.364 | Therefore thou must be hanged at the state's charge. | Therefore thou must be hang'd at the states charge. |

The Merchant of Venice | MV IV.i.422 | You press me far, and therefore I will yield. | You presse mee farre, and therefore I will yeeld, |

The Merchant of Venice | MV V.i.79 | By the sweet power of music. Therefore the poet | By the sweet power of musicke: therefore the Poet |

The Merchant of Venice | MV V.i.141 | Therefore I scant this breathing courtesy. | Therefore I scant this breathing curtesie. |

The Merchant of Venice | MV V.i.234 | And I his clerk. Therefore be well advised | And I his Clarke: therefore be well aduis'd |

The Merry Wives of Windsor | MW I.i.214 | Therefore, precisely, can you carry your good will to | therfore precisely, cã you carry your good wil to |

The Merry Wives of Windsor | MW III.iv.2 | Therefore no more turn me to him, sweet Nan. | Therefore no more turne me to him (sweet Nan.) |

A Midsummer Night's Dream | MND I.i.67 | Therefore, fair Hermia, question your desires, | Therefore faire Hermia question your desires, |

A Midsummer Night's Dream | MND I.i.156 | A good persuasion. Therefore hear me, Hermia: | A good perswasion; therefore heare me *Hermia*, |

A Midsummer Night's Dream | MND I.i.235 | And therefore is winged Cupid painted blind. | And therefore is wing'd *Cupid* painted blinde. |

A Midsummer Night's Dream | MND I.i.238 | And therefore is love said to be a child | And therefore is Loue said to be a childe, |

A Midsummer Night's Dream | MND I.ii.81 | summer's day; a most lovely, gentlemanlike man. Therefore | summers day; a most louely Gentleman-like man, therfore |

A Midsummer Night's Dream | MND II.i.88 | Therefore the winds, piping to us in vain, | Therefore the Windes, piping to vs in vaine, |

A Midsummer Night's Dream | MND II.i.93 | The ox hath therefore stretched his yoke in vain, | The Oxe hath therefore stretch'd his yoake in vaine, |

A Midsummer Night's Dream | MND II.i.103 | Therefore the moon, the governess of floods, | Therefore the Moone (the gouernesse of floods) |

A Midsummer Night's Dream | MND II.i.188 | I love thee not, therefore pursue me not. | I loue thee not, therefore pursue me not, |

A Midsummer Night's Dream | MND II.i.222 | Therefore I think I am not in the night; | Therefore I thinke I am not in the night, |

A Midsummer Night's Dream | MND II.ii.102 | Therefore no marvel though Demetrius | Therefore no maruaile, though *Demetrius* |

A Midsummer Night's Dream | MND II.ii.140 | Should of another therefore be abused! | Should of another therefore be abus'd. |

A Midsummer Night's Dream | MND III.i.31 | Therefore another prologue must tell he is not a | Therefore another Prologue must tell he is not a |

A Midsummer Night's Dream | MND III.i.147 | And I do love thee. Therefore go with me. | And I doe loue thee; therefore goe with me, |

A Midsummer Night's Dream | MND III.ii.78 | An if I could, what should I get therefore? | And if I could, what should I get therefore? |

A Midsummer Night's Dream | MND III.ii.83 | Here therefore for a while I will remain. | Here therefore for a while I will remaine. |

A Midsummer Night's Dream | MND III.ii.279 | Therefore be out of hope, of question, of doubt, | Therefore be out of hope, of question, of doubt; |

A Midsummer Night's Dream | MND III.ii.355 | Hie therefore, Robin, overcast the night. | Hie therefore *Robin*, ouercast the night, |

A Midsummer Night's Dream | MND V.i.104 | Love, therefore, and tongue-tied simplicity | Loue therefore, and tongue-tide simplicity, |

Much Ado About Nothing | MA I.iii.4 | breeds; therefore the sadness is without limit. | breeds, therefore the sadnesse is without limit. |

Much Ado About Nothing | MA I.iii.31 | a clog; therefore I have decreed not to sing in my cage. | a clog, therefore I haue decreed, not to sing in my cage: |

Much Ado About Nothing | MA II.i.34 | not for him. Therefore I will even take sixpence in | not for him: therefore I will euen take sixepence in |

Much Ado About Nothing | MA II.i.162 | Therefore all hearts in love use their own tongues. | Therefore all hearts in loue vse their owne tongues. |

Much Ado About Nothing | MA II.i.167 | Which I mistrusted not. Farewell therefore, Hero! | Which I mistrusted not. Farewell therefore *Hero*. |

Much Ado About Nothing | MA II.i.258 | therefore your grace may well say I have lost it. | therefore your Grace may well say I haue lost it. |

Much Ado About Nothing | MA III.i.57 | And therefore, certainly, it were not good | And therefore certainely it were not good |

Much Ado About Nothing | MA III.i.77 | Therefore let Benedick, like covered fire, | Therefore let *Benedicke* like couered fire, |

Much Ado About Nothing | MA III.iii.23 | for the constable of the watch; therefore bear you the | for the Constable of the watch: therefore beare you the |

Much Ado About Nothing | MA III.iii.106 | Therefore know I have earned of Don John a | Therefore know, I haue earned of *Don Iohn* a |

Much Ado About Nothing | MA IV.i.317 | swears it. I cannot be a man with wishing, therefore I | sweares it: I cannot be a man with wishing, therfore I |

Much Ado About Nothing | MA V.i.31 | The like himself. Therefore give me no counsel; | The like himselfe: therefore giue me no counsaile, |

Much Ado About Nothing | MA V.ii.25 | And therefore will come. | And therefore will come. |

Much Ado About Nothing | MA V.ii.49 | but foul breath, and foul breath is noisome; therefore I | but foule breath, and foule breath is noisome, therefore I |

Much Ado About Nothing | MA V.ii.75 | quarter in rheum. Therefore is it most expedient for the | quarter in rhewme, therfore is it most expedient for the |

Much Ado About Nothing | MA V.iv.105 | against it; and therefore never flout at me for what I | against it, and therefore neuer flout at me, for I |

Much Ado About Nothing | MA V.iv.119 | First, of my word; therefore play, music. | First, of my word, therfore play musick. |

Othello | Oth I.ii.77 | I therefore apprehend, and do attach thee | I therefore apprehend and do attach thee, |

Othello | Oth I.iii.88 | And therefore little shall I grace my cause | And therefore little shall I grace my cause, |

Othello | Oth I.iii.103 | Why this should be. I therefore vouch again | Why this should be. I therefore vouch againe, |

Othello | Oth I.iii.224 | must therefore be content to slubber the gloss of your | must therefore be content to slubber the glosse of your |

Othello | Oth I.iii.233 | Most humbly, therefore, bending to your state, | Most humbly therefore bending to your State, |

Othello | Oth I.iii.258 | Vouch with me, heaven, I therefore beg it not | Vouch with me Heauen, I therefore beg it not |

Othello | Oth I.iii.347 | the error of her choice. Therefore put money in thy | the errors of her choice. Therefore, put Money in thy |

Othello | Oth I.iii.353 | her – therefore make money. A pox of drowning thyself! | her: therefore make Money: a pox of drowning thy selfe, |

Othello | Oth II.i.50 | Therefore my hopes, not surfeited to death, | Therefore my hope's (not surfetted to death) |

Othello | Oth II.iii.15 | Desdemona; who let us not therefore blame. He hath | *Desdemona*: Who, let vs not therefore blame; he hath |

Othello | Oth III.iii.26 | With Cassio's suit. Therefore be merry, Cassio, | With *Cassio*'s suite: Therefore be merry *Cassio*, |

Othello | Oth III.iii.119 | Therefore these stops of thine affright me more: | Therefore these stops of thine, fright me the more: |

Othello | Oth III.iii.193 | With franker spirit. Therefore, as I am bound, | With franker spirit. Therefore (as I am bound) |

Othello | Oth III.iv.22 | therefore I will attempt the doing of it. | therefore I will attempt the doing it. |

Othello | Oth III.iv.76 | Most veritable; therefore look to't well. | Most veritable, therefore looke too't well. |

Othello | Oth IV.ii.36 | Should fear to seize thee. Therefore be double-damned: | should feare to ceaze thee. Therefore be double damn'd: |

Othello | Oth IV.iii.14 | It was his bidding: therefore, good Emilia,. | It was his bidding: therefore good *Amilia*, |

Othello | Oth V.i.119 | He supped at my house, but I therefore shake not. | He supt at my house, but I therefore shake not. |

Othello | Oth V.ii.53 | Therefore confess thee freely of thy sin; | Therefore confesse thee freely of thy sinne: |

Pericles | Per I.i.149 | And therefore instantly this prince must die, | And therefore instantly this Prince must die, |

Pericles | Per I.ii.106 | Therefore, my lord, go travel for a while, | therfore my Lord, go trauell for a while, |

Pericles | Per II.iii.64 | Therefore to make his entrance more sweet, | Therefore to make his entraunce more sweet, |

Pericles | Per II.iii.114 | Therefore each one betake him to his rest; | Therefore each one betake him to his rest, |

Pericles | Per II.v.38 | And she will be your scholar. Therefore, look to it. | And she will be your Scholler; therefore looke to it. |

Pericles | Per II.v.83 | Therefore, hear you, mistress, either frame | Therefore, heare you Mistris, either frame |

Pericles | Per III.i.52 | still observed, and we are strong in custom. Therefore | still obserued. And we are strong in easterne, therefore |

Pericles | Per IV.ii.10 | Therefore let's have fresh ones, whate'er we pay | Therefore lets haue fresh ones what ere wee pay |

Pericles | Per IV.ii.29 | nor the commodity wages not with the danger. Therefore, | nor the commoditie wages not with the daunger: therefore |

Pericles | Per IV.ii.134 | turn. Therefore say what a paragon she is, and thou hast | turne, therefore say what a parragon she is, and thou hast |

Pericles | Per IV.iv.40 | *Therefore the earth, fearing to be o'erflowed,* | *Therefore the earth fearing to be ore-flowed,* |

Pericles | Per IV.vi.196 | there's no going but by their consent. Therefore I will | theres no going but by their consent: therefore I will |

Richard II | R2 I.ii.71 | Therefore commend me. Let him not come there | Therefore commend me, let him not come there, |

Richard II | R2 I.iii.139 | Therefore we banish you our territories. | Therefore, we banish you our Territories. |

Richard II | R2 II.i.276 | Thy words are but as thoughts. Therefore be bold. | Thy words are but as thoughts, therefore be bold. |

Richard II | R2 II.iii.134 | And therefore personally I lay my claim | And therefore personally I lay my claime |

Richard II | R2 II.iv.4 | Therefore we will disperse ourselves. Farewell. | Therefore we will disperse our selues: farewell. |

Richard II | R2 III.iv.9 | Therefore no dancing, girl. Some other sport. | Therefore no Dancing (Girle*)* some other sport. |

Richard II | R2 IV.i.201 | Therefore no no, for I resign to thee. | Therefore no, no, for I resigne to thee. |

Richard III | R3 I.i.28 | And therefore, since I cannot prove a lover | And therefore, since I cannot proue a Louer, |

Richard III | R3 I.ii.48 | His soul thou canst not have. Therefore, be gone. | His Soule thou canst not haue: Therefore be gone. |

Richard III | R3 I.ii.72 | But I know none, and therefore am no beast. | But I know none, and therefore am no Beast**.** |

Richard III | R3 I.iii.4 | Therefore for God's sake entertain good comfort | Therefore for Gods sake entertaine good comfort, |

Richard III | R3 I.iv.179 | And therefore cannot have the hearts to do it. | And therefore cannot haue the hearts to do it**.** |

Richard III | R3 I.iv.183 | Never, my lord; therefore prepare to die. | Neuer my Lord, therefore prepare to dye. |

Richard III | R3 II.ii.138 | Therefore I say with noble Buckingham | Therefore I say with Noble Buckingham, |

Richard III | R3 III.i.52 | And therefore, in mine opinion, cannot have it. | And therefore, in mine opinion, cannot haue it**.** |

Richard III | R3 III.i.105.2 | And therefore is he idle? | And therefore is he idle? |

Richard III | R3 III.ii.15 | Therefore he sends to know your lordship's pleasure, | Therefore he sends to know your Lordships pleasure, |

Richard III | R3 III.vii.150 | Therefore – to speak, and to avoid the first, | Therefore to speake, and to auoid the first, |

Richard III | R3 IV.i.27 | I am bound by oath, and therefore pardon me. | I am bound by Oath, and therefore pardon me. |

Richard III | R3 IV.iv.188 | Therefore take with thee my most grievous curse, | Therefore take with thee my most greeuous Curse, |

Richard III | R3 IV.iv.203 | And therefore level not to hit their lives. | And therefore leuell not to hit their liues. |

Richard III | R3 IV.iv.274 | Therefore present to her – as sometimes Margaret | Therefore present to her, as sometime *Margaret* |

Richard III | R3 IV.iv.310 | Therefore accept such kindness as I can. | Therefore accept such kindnesse as I can. |

Richard III | R3 IV.iv.412 | Therefore, dear mother – I must call you so – | Therefore deare Mother (I must call you so) |

Richard III | R3 IV.iv.478 | No, my good lord; therefore mistrust me not. | No, my good Lord, therefore mistrust me not. |

Richard III | R3 V.i.2 | No, my good lord; therefore be patient. | No my good Lord, therefore be patient. |

Richard III | R3 V.iii.121 | At Tewkesbury; despair therefore, and die! | At Teukesbury: Dispaire therefore, and dye. |

Romeo and Juliet | RJ I.i.9 | Therefore, if thou art moved, thou runnest away. | Therefore, if thou art mou'd, thou runst away. |

Romeo and Juliet | RJ I.i.14 | 'Tis true; and therefore women, being the | True, and therefore women being the |

Romeo and Juliet | RJ I.i.15 | weaker vessels, are ever thrust to the wall. Therefore I | weaker Vessels, are euer thrust to the wall: therefore I |

Romeo and Juliet | RJ I.v.71 | Therefore be patient; take no note of him. | Therfore be patient, take no note of him, |

Romeo and Juliet | RJ II.ii.69 | Therefore thy kinsmen are no stop to me. | Therefore thy kinsmen are no stop to me. |

Romeo and Juliet | RJ II.ii.99 | And therefore thou mayst think my 'haviour light. | And therefore thou maiest thinke my behauiour light, |

Romeo and Juliet | RJ II.ii.104 | My true-love passion. Therefore pardon me, | My true Loues passion, therefore pardon me, |

Romeo and Juliet | RJ II.iii.35 | Therefore thy earliness doth me assure | Therefore thy earlinesse doth me assure, |

Romeo and Juliet | RJ II.iv.164 | as they say. For the gentlewoman is young; and therefore, | as they say: for the Gentlewoman is yong: & therefore, |

Romeo and Juliet | RJ II.v.7 | Therefore do nimble-pinioned doves draw love, | Therefore do nimble Pinion'd Doues draw Loue, |

Romeo and Juliet | RJ II.v.8 | And therefore hath the wind-swift Cupid wings. | And therefore hath the wind-swift *Cupid* wings: |

Romeo and Juliet | RJ II.vi.14 | Therefore love moderately. Long love doth so. | Therefore Loue moderately, long Loue doth so, |

Romeo and Juliet | RJ III.i.64 | Therefore farewell, I see thou knowest me not. | Therefore farewell, I see thou know'st me not. |

Romeo and Juliet | RJ III.i.66 | That thou hast done me. Therefore turn and draw. | That thou hast done me, therefore turne and draw. |

Romeo and Juliet | RJ III.i.194 | Therefore use none. Let Romeo hence in haste, | Therefore vse none, let *Romeo* hence in hast, |

Romeo and Juliet | RJ III.iv.27 | Therefore we'll have some half a dozen friends, | Therefore weele haue some halfe a dozen Friends, |

Romeo and Juliet | RJ III.v.16 | Therefore stay yet. Thou needest not to be gone. | Therefore stay yet, thou need'st not to be gone. |

Romeo and Juliet | RJ III.v.72 | Therefore have done. Some grief shows much of love; | Therefore haue done, some griefe shewes much of Loue, |

Romeo and Juliet | RJ IV.i.7 | And therefore have I little talked of love; | And therfore haue I little talke of Loue, |

Romeo and Juliet | RJ IV.i.60 | Therefore, out of thy long-experienced time, | Therefore out of thy long expetien'st time, |

Romeo and Juliet | RJ IV.ii.7 | his own fingers. Therefore he that cannot lick his fingers | his owne fingers: therefore he that cannot licke his fingers |

Romeo and Juliet | RJ V.iii.32 | In dear employment. Therefore hence, be gone. | In deare employment, therefore hence be gone: |

Romeo and Juliet | RJ V.iii.58 | I must indeed; and therefore came I hither. | I must indeed, and therfore came I hither: |

The Taming of the Shrew | TS induction.1.4 | Chronicles, we came in with Richard Conqueror. Therefore | Chronicles, we came in with *Richard Conqueror*: therefore |

The Taming of the Shrew | TS induction.2.125 | would be loath to fall into my dreams again. I will therefore | would be loth to fall into my dreames againe: I wil therefore |

The Taming of the Shrew | TS induction.2.132 | Therefore they thought it good you hear a play | Therefore they thought it good you heare a play, |

The Taming of the Shrew | TS I.i.17 | And therefore, Tranio, for the time I study | And therefore *Tranio*, for the time I studie, |

The Taming of the Shrew | TS I.i.180 | And therefore has he closely mewed her up, | And therefore has he closely meu'd her vp, |

The Taming of the Shrew | TS I.i.224 | And therefore frame your manners to the time. | And therefore frame your manners to the time |

The Taming of the Shrew | TS I.ii.65 | Few words suffice; and therefore, if thou know | Few words suffice: and therefore, if thou know |

The Taming of the Shrew | TS I.ii.103 | And therefore let me be thus bold with you | And therefore let me be thus bold with you, |

The Taming of the Shrew | TS I.ii.124 | Therefore this order hath Baptista ta'en, | Therefore this order hath *Baptista* tane, |

The Taming of the Shrew | TS II.i.126 | Let specialties be therefore drawn between us, | Let specialties be therefore drawne betweene vs, |

The Taming of the Shrew | TS II.i.189 | For dainties are all Kates, and therefore, Kate, | For dainties are all *Kates*, and therefore *Kate* |

The Taming of the Shrew | TS II.i.228 | Why, here's no crab, and therefore look not sour. | Why heere's no crab, and therefore looke not sowre. |

The Taming of the Shrew | TS II.i.261 | And therefore, setting all this chat aside, | And therefore setting all this chat aside, |

The Taming of the Shrew | TS III.ii.115 | Good sooth, even thus. Therefore ha' done with words; | Good sooth euen thus: therefore ha done with words, |

The Taming of the Shrew | TS III.ii.187 | And therefore here I mean to take my leave. | And therefore heere I meane to take my leaue. |

The Taming of the Shrew | TS IV.i.16 | O ay, Curtis, ay – and therefore fire, fire, cast on | Oh I *Curtis* I, and therefore fire, fire, cast on |

The Taming of the Shrew | TS IV.i.32 | and therefore fire. Do thy duty, and have thy duty, for | & therefore fire: do thy duty, and haue thy dutie, for |

The Taming of the Shrew | TS IV.i.34 | There's fire ready – and therefore, good Grumio, | There's fire readie, and therefore good *Grumio* |

The Taming of the Shrew | TS IV.i.39 | Why therefore fire, for I have caught extreme | Why therefore fire, for I haue caught extreme |

The Taming of the Shrew | TS IV.i.46 | All ready – and therefore, I pray thee, news. | All readie: and therefore I pray thee newes. |

The Taming of the Shrew | TS IV.i.57 | And therefore 'tis called a sensible tale; and this | And therefore 'tis cal'd a sensible tale: and this |

The Taming of the Shrew | TS IV.i.104 | E'en at hand, alighted by this. And therefore be | E'ne at hand, alighted by this: and therefore be |

The Taming of the Shrew | TS IV.iii.178 | And therefore frolic. We will hence forthwith | And therefore frolicke, we will hence forthwith, |

The Taming of the Shrew | TS IV.iv.43 | And therefore if you say no more than this, | And therefore if you say no more then this, |

The Taming of the Shrew | TS V.i.3 | thee at home, therefore leave us. | thee at home, therefore leaue vs. |

The Taming of the Shrew | TS V.ii.43 | Ay, but not frighted me, therefore I'll sleep again. | I, but not frighted me, therefore Ile sleepe againe. |

The Taming of the Shrew | TS V.ii.51 | Therefore a health to all that shot and missed. | Therefore a health to all that shot and mist. |

The Taming of the Shrew | TS V.ii.65 | Well, I say no. And therefore for assurance | Well, I say no: and therefore sir assurance, |

The Tempest | Tem I.ii.360 | Could not abide to be with. Therefore wast thou | Could not abide to be with; therefore wast thou |

The Tempest | Tem II.i.25 | Therefore, my lord – | Therefore my Lord. |

The Tempest | Tem III.ii.2 | drink water; not a drop before. Therefore, bear up and | drinke water, not a drop before; therefore beare vp, & |

The Tempest | Tem III.iii.102 | Therefore my son i'th' ooze is bedded, and | Therefore my Sonne i'th Ooze is bedded; and |

The Tempest | Tem IV.i.22 | That you shall hate it both. Therefore take heed, | That you shall hate it both: Therefore take heede, |

The Tempest | Tem IV.i.206 | Shall hoodwink this mischance. Therefore, speak softly. | Shall hudwinke this mischance: therefore speake softly, |

The Tempest | Tem V.i.77 | Whose inward pinches therefore are most strong – | (Whose inward pinches therefore are most strong) |

Timon of Athens | Tim I.i.133 | Therefore he will be, Timon. | Therefore he will be *Timon*, |

Timon of Athens | Tim I.ii.35 | therefore welcome. I myself would have no power – | therefore welcome: I my selfe would haue no power, |

Timon of Athens | Tim I.ii.224 | Thou art a soldier, therefore seldom rich. | Thou art a Soldiour, therefore sildome rich, |

Timon of Athens | Tim IV.iii.20 | But direct villainy. Therefore be abhorred | But direct villanie. Therefore be abhorr'd, |

Timon of Athens | Tim V.i.12 | Athens again, and flourish with the highest. Therefore | Athens againe, / And flourish with the highest: / Therefore, |

Timon of Athens | Tim V.i.76 | So it is said, my noble lord, but therefore | So it is said my Noble Lord, but therefore |

Timon of Athens | Tim V.i.157 | Therefore so please thee to return with us, | Therefore so please thee to returne with vs, |

Timon of Athens | Tim V.i.165.2 | Therefore, Timon – | Therefore *Timon*. |

Timon of Athens | Tim V.i.166 | Well, sir, I will – therefore I will, sir, thus: | Well sir, I will: therefore I will sir thus: |

Titus Andronicus | Tit I.i.318 | And therefore, lovely Tamora, Queen of Goths, | And therefore louely *Tamora* Queene of Gothes, |

Titus Andronicus | Tit II.i.82 | She is a woman, therefore may be wooed; | Shee is a woman, therefore may be woo'd, |

Titus Andronicus | Tit II.i.83 | She is a woman, therefore may be won; | Shee is a woman, therfore may be wonne, |

Titus Andronicus | Tit II.i.84 | She is Lavinia, therefore must be loved. | Shee is *Lauinia* therefore must be lou'd. |

Titus Andronicus | Tit II.iii.166 | Therefore away with her, and use her as you will: | Therefore away with her, and vse her as you will, |

Titus Andronicus | Tit III.i.37 | Therefore I tell my sorrows to the stones, | Therefore I tell my sorrowes bootles to the stones. |

Titus Andronicus | Tit III.i.166 | And therefore mine shall save my brothers' lives. | And therfore mine shall saue my brothers liues. |

Titus Andronicus | Tit III.i.178 | Are meet for plucking up, and therefore mine. | Are meete for plucking vp, and therefore mine. |

Titus Andronicus | Tit III.ii.67 | Like to the Empress' Moor. Therefore I killed him. | Like to the Empresse Moore, therefore I kild him. |

Titus Andronicus | Tit IV.iii.27 | Therefore, my lords, it highly us concerns | Therefore my Lords it highly vs concernes, |

Titus Andronicus | Tit V.i.5 | Therefore, great lords, be as your titles witness: | Therefore great Lords, be as your Titles witnesse, |

Titus Andronicus | Tit V.i.78 | Therefore I urge thy oath. For that I know | Therefore I vrge thy oath, for that I know |

Titus Andronicus | Tit V.i.81 | To that I'll urge him: therefore thou shalt vow, | To that Ile vrge him: therefore thou shalt vow |

Titus Andronicus | Tit V.ii.19 | Thou hast the odds of me, therefore no more. | Thou hast the ods of me, therefore no more. |

Titus Andronicus | Tit V.ii.43 | I am, therefore come down and welcome me. | I am, therefore come downe and welcome me. |

Titus Andronicus | Tit V.ii.62 | Rape and Murder, therefore called so | Rape and Murder, therefore called so, |

Titus Andronicus | Tit V.ii.156 | And therefore bind them, gentle Publius; | And therefore bind them gentle *Publius*, |

Titus Andronicus | Tit V.ii.159 | And now I find it; therefore bind them sure, | And now I find it, therefore binde them sure, |

Titus Andronicus | Tit V.ii.162 | And therefore do we what we are commanded. | And therefore do we, what we are commanded. |

Titus Andronicus | Tit V.iii.24 | Please you, therefore, draw nigh and take your places. | Please you therfore draw nie and take your places. |

Troilus and Cressida | TC I.i.76 | Because she's kin to me, therefore she's not | Because she's Kinne to me, therefore shee's not |

Troilus and Cressida | TC I.ii.292 | Therefore this maxim out of love I teach: | Therefore this maxime out of loue I teach; |

Troilus and Cressida | TC I.iii.89 | And therefore is the glorious planet Sol | And therefore is the glorious Planet Sol |

Troilus and Cressida | TC I.iii.358 | Therefore 'tis meet Achilles meet not Hector. | Therefore 'tis meet, *Achilles* meet not *Hector*: |

Troilus and Cressida | TC II.i.66 | Therefore I beat thee. | Therefore I beate thee. |

Troilus and Cressida | TC III.iii.20 | Oft have you – often have you thanks therefore – | Oft haue you (often haue you, thankes therefore) |

Troilus and Cressida | TC IV.v.39 | Therefore no kiss. | therefore no kisse. |

Troilus and Cressida | TC IV.v.77 | Therefore, Achilles, but, whate'er, know this: | Therefore *Achilles*: but what ere, know this, |

Troilus and Cressida | TC V.iii.67.1 | Therefore, come back. | Therefore come backe. |

Troilus and Cressida | TC V.iii.72 | You know me dutiful; therefore, dear sir, | You know me dutifull, therefore deare sir, |

Twelfth Night | TN I.iv.15 | Therefore, good youth, address thy gait unto her. | Therefore good youth, addresse thy gate vnto her, |

Twelfth Night | TN I.v.48 | therefore I say again – take her away! | therefore I say againe, take her away. |

Twelfth Night | TN I.v.136 | him to understand so much, and therefore comes to | him to vnderstand so much, and therefore comes to |

Twelfth Night | TN I.v.138 | have a foreknowledge of that too, and therefore comes | haue a fore knowledge of that too, and therefore comes |

Twelfth Night | TN II.i.5 | distemper yours; therefore I shall crave of you your | distemper yours; therefore I shall craue of you your |

Twelfth Night | TN II.i.12 | willing to keep in; therefore it charges me in manners | willing to keepe in: therefore it charges me in manners, |

Twelfth Night | TN II.iii.12 | Thou'rt a scholar. Let us therefore eat and | Th'art a scholler; let vs therefore eate and |

Twelfth Night | TN II.v.169 | *become thee well. Therefore in my presence still smile, dear* | *become thee well. Therefore* *in my presence still smile, deero* |

Twelfth Night | TN III.i.16 | I would therefore my sister had had no name, sir. | I would therefore my sister had had no name Sir. |

Twelfth Night | TN III.i.151 | For that I woo, thou therefore hast no cause. | For that I woo, thou therefore hast no cause: |

Twelfth Night | TN III.iv.184 | his lord and my niece confirms no less. Therefore this | his Lord and my Neece, confirmes no lesse. Therefore, this |

Twelfth Night | TN III.iv.225 | You'll find it otherwise, I assure you. Therefore, | You'l finde it otherwise I assure you: therefore, |

Twelfth Night | TN III.iv.241 | very computent injury. Therefore, get you on and give | very computent iniurie, therefore get you on, and giue |

Twelfth Night | TN III.iv.244 | you might answer him. Therefore on, or strip your | you might answer him: therefore on, or strippe your |

Twelfth Night | TN III.iv.291 | to be worth talking of. Therefore, draw for the supportance | to bee worth talking of: therefore draw for the supportance |

Twelfth Night | TN V.i.296 | read thus. Therefore, perpend, my princess, and give | reade thus: therefore, perpend my Princesse, and giue |

The Two Gentlemen of Verona | TG I.i.88 | seeks not me. Therefore I am no sheep. | seekes not me: therefore I am no Sheepe. |

The Two Gentlemen of Verona | TG I.i.92 | not thee. Therefore thou art a sheep. | not thee: therefore thou art a Sheepe. |

The Two Gentlemen of Verona | TG I.iii.89 | He is in haste; therefore, I pray you go. | He is in hast, therefore I pray you go. |

The Two Gentlemen of Verona | TG III.i.84 | Now, therefore, would I have thee to my tutor – | Now therefore would I haue thee to my Tutor |

The Two Gentlemen of Verona | TG III.i.273 | horse cannot fetch, but only carry; therefore is she better | horse cannot fetch, but onely carry, therefore is shee better |

The Two Gentlemen of Verona | TG III.i.311 | indeed know not their fathers, and therefore have no | indeede know not their fathers; and therefore haue no |

The Two Gentlemen of Verona | TG III.i.350 | cover of the salt hides the salt, and therefore it is more | couer of the salt, hides the salt, and therefore it is more |

The Two Gentlemen of Verona | TG III.ii.36 | Therefore it must with circumstance be spoken | Therefore it must with circumstance be spoken |

The Two Gentlemen of Verona | TG III.ii.44 | Therefore the office is indifferent, | Therefore the office is indifferent, |

The Two Gentlemen of Verona | TG III.ii.51 | Therefore, as you unwind her love from him, | Therefore, as you vnwinde her loue from him; |

The Two Gentlemen of Verona | TG III.ii.90 | Therefore, sweet Proteus, my direction-giver, | Therefore, sweet *Protheus*, my direction-giuer, |

The Two Gentlemen of Verona | TG IV.i.60 | Therefore, above the rest, we parley to you. | Therefore, aboue the rest, we parley to you: |

The Two Gentlemen of Verona | TG IV.iv.55 | yours, and therefore the gift the greater. | yours, & therefore the guift the greater. |

The Two Gentlemen of Verona | TG IV.iv.67 | Therefore, know thou, for this I entertain thee. | Therefore know thee, for this I entertaine thee. |

The Two Gentlemen of Verona | TG IV.iv.161 | Therefore I know she is about my height. | Therefore I know she is about my height, |

The Two Gentlemen of Verona | TG V.ii.44 | Therefore, I pray you, stand not to discourse, | Therefore I pray you stand, not to discourse, |

The Two Gentlemen of Verona | TG V.iv.40 | Therefore be gone; solicit me no more. | Therefore be gone, sollicit me no more. |

The Two Gentlemen of Verona | TG V.iv.136 | I claim her not and therefore she is thine. | I claime her not, and therefore she is thine. |

The Two Noble Kinsmen | TNK I.i.192 | All ladies' scandal on me. Therefore, sir, | All Ladies scandall on me. Therefore Sir |

The Two Noble Kinsmen | TNK I.ii.101 | Rebellious to oppose; therefore we must | Rebellious to oppose: therefore we must |

The Two Noble Kinsmen | TNK III.i.91 | But only Arcite; therefore none but Arcite | But onely *Arcite*, therefore none but *Arcite* |

The Two Noble Kinsmen | TNK III.vi.13 | And not a soldier. Therefore this blest morning | And not a Souldier: Therefore this blest morning |

The Two Noble Kinsmen | TNK V.i.157 | Go to't unsentenced. Therefore, most modest queen, | Goe too't unsentenc'd: Therefore most modest Queene, |

The Winter's Tale | WT I.ii.6 | Go hence in debt. And therefore, like a cipher | Goe hence in debt: And therefore, like a Cypher |

The Winter's Tale | WT I.ii.408 | That I think honourable. Therefore mark my counsel, | That I thinke Honorable: therefore marke my counsaile, |

The Winter's Tale | WT I.ii.434 | If therefore you dare trust my honesty, | If therefore you dare trust my honestie, |

The Winter's Tale | WT III.ii.107 | That I should fear to die. Therefore proceed. | That I should feare to die? Therefore proceed: |

The Winter's Tale | WT III.ii.116 | Is altogether just. Therefore bring forth, | Is altogether iust: therefore bring forth |

The Winter's Tale | WT III.ii.207 | Than all thy woes can stir. Therefore betake thee | Then all thy woes can stirre: therefore betake thee |

The Winter's Tale | WT IV.iv.102 | This youth should say 'twere well, and only therefore | This youth should say 'twer well: and onely therefore |

The Winter's Tale | WT IV.iv.253 | therefore it behoves men to be wary. | therfore it behooues men to be wary. |

The Winter's Tale | WT IV.iv.489 | To this my fair beloved. Therefore, I pray you, | To this my faire belou'd: Therefore, I pray you, |

The Winter's Tale | WT IV.iv.629 | make an exchange; therefore discase thee instantly – | make an exchange; therefore dis-case thee instantly |

The Winter's Tale | WT IV.iv.720 | stamped coin, not stabbing steel; therefore they do not | stamped Coyne, not stabbing Steele, therefore they doe not |

The Winter's Tale | WT IV.iv.731 | therefore no courtier? I am courtier cap-a-pe; and one | therefore no Courtier? I am Courtier *Cap-a-pe*; and one |

The Winter's Tale | WT IV.iv.742 | Therefore I'll not disdain. | Therefore I will not disdaine. |

The Winter's Tale | WT V.i.56 | No more such wives, therefore no wife: one worse, | No more such Wiues, therefore no Wife: one worse, |

The Winter's Tale | WT V.i.231 | I now go toward him. Therefore follow me, | I now goe toward him: therefore follow me, |

The Winter's Tale | WT V.iii.17 | Or hand of man hath done; therefore I keep it | Or hand of Man hath done: therefore I keepe it |