heereof

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  • And thus for this time heereof so much. Cited from Hypnerotomachia, by Francesco Colonna
  • And because that it will be tedious to tell thee all, let thus much heereof suffise. Cited from Hypnerotomachia, by Francesco Colonna
  • Come Iailor, bring me where the Goldsmith is, I long to know the truth heereof at large. Cited from The Complete Shakespeare's First Folio
  • What benefite heereof may growe in cordage and linnens who can not easily vnderstand? Cited from New Found Land Of Virginia, by Thomas Hariot
  • Ile not be by the while: My Liege farewell, What will ensue heereof, there's none can tell. Cited from Richard II, by William Shakespeare
  • The other, temper thy hast by staying, and thy slownesse by rysing, consider heereof as thou seest cause. Cited from Hypnerotomachia, by Francesco Colonna
  • But whether this be a fable or a true tale, heereof grew the report, that the kings of this realme long times after were afraid to enter into the citie of Oxford. Cited from Chronicles (1 of 6): The Historie of England (6 of 8), Raphael Holinshed
  • Of like effect for proofe heereof be those verses which he wrote vnto Maiorianus his panegyrike oration, following in Latine and in English verse. Cited from Chronicles (1 of 6): The Historie of England (4 of 8), by Holinshed
  • But heereof Maister Fox doubteth, and therefore saith, that of vncerteine things he hath nothing certeinlie to saie, much lesse to iudge. Cited from Chronicles 1 (of 6): The Historie of England 5 (of 8), Raphael Holinshed
  • If I had not explaned the commodulation and harmonie heereof particularly, I might haue beene blamed for my prolixitie and tediousnesse, and for wanting of fit words, in the discription. Cited from Hypnerotomachia, by Francesco Colonna
  • King Ericke hauing alreadie his people in armor through displeasure conceiued heereof, and desire to be reuenged, hasted foorth to incounter his enimies: and so they met in [Sidenote: Ericke put to flight.] the field, and fiercelie assailed ech other. Cited from Chronicles (1 of 6): The Historie of England (6 of 8), Raphael Holinshed