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- adv. Obsolete form of thither.
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- adv. Thither.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A Middle English form of thither.
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For the ravenes and the crowes and the choughes, and other foules of the contree assemblen hem there every zeer ones, and fleen thider as in pilgrymage: and eyeryche of hem bringethe a braunche of the bayes or of olyve, in here bekes, in stede of offryng, and leven hem there; of the whiche the monkes maken gret plentee of oyle; and this is a gret marvaylle.
And thanne alle his frendes maken hire avaunt and hire dalyance, how the fowles comen thider, here 5, here 6, here 10, and there 20, and so forthe: and thei rejoyssen hem hugely for to speke there of.
Westm 'was fordone, and goyng thider bi barge bigonne.
And after that themperour and the kyng went to Caleys: and than the duke of Burgoyne and the counte Charles his son came to Gravenyng; and the sent thider his brother the duke of
Sutton the alderman: and after that the capitayne fledde into Sussex, and thider was pursued and slayne.
Wherfore the kyng sente thider the chief juste John Fortescu, the erle of Stafford, and the erle of
Bonevylle, knyght, to Burdeux with viij c of goode fytynge men, to kepe the town unto the tvme a grett retenewe myght be mad and sent thider.
And whanne they hadde so don they reden ayeyne to Chestre, and thider to them cam kyng Richard in pees.
Also in this same yere was cryed that alle men that wolde aventur ony corn or vitaill to Burdeux or to Bayon, or to ony othere place of that cost on oure party, schulde gon custom fre; whiche caused moche corn and vitaill to be shipped thider.
For the ravenes and the crowes and the choughes, and other foules of the contree assemblen hem there every zeer ones, and fleen thider as in pilgrymage: and eyeryche of hem bringethe