thereunto

Related to thereunto: thereto

there·un·to

 (thâr′ŭn-to͞o′)
adv. Archaic
To that, this, or it; thereto.
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thereunto

(ˌðərʌnˈtuː; ˌðɛəˈʌntʊ)
adv
1. to that, unto that
2. moreover, in addition to that
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"I have given a judgment for the residuary legatee under the will," said the Court, "put the costs upon the contestants, decided all questions relating to fees and other charges; and, in short, the estate in litigation has been settled, with all controversies, disputes, misunderstandings, and differences of opinion thereunto appertaining."
Under a beneficent law of the State relating to property which has been for a certain period abandoned by an owner whose residence cannot be ascertained, the sheriff was legal custodian of the Manton farm and appurtenances thereunto belonging.
"The fee to-day is thirteen pence; and I will add thereunto some suits of clothing for that ragged back of yours."
Also appertaining thereunto was a card bearing the name "Mr.
Bumble, he imparted additional effect thereunto, by bewailing his dreadful wounds ten times louder than before; and when he observed a gentleman in a white waistcoat crossing the yard, he was more tragic in his lamentations than ever: rightly conceiving it highly expedient to attract the notice, and rouse the indignation, of the gentleman aforesaid.
Little Bethel might have been nearer, and might have been in a straighter road, though in that case the reverend gentleman who presided over its congregation would have lost his favourite allusion to the crooked ways by which it was approached, and which enabled him to liken it to Paradise itself, in contradistinction to the parish church and the broad thoroughfare leading thereunto. Kit found it, at last, after some trouble, and pausing at the door to take breath that he might enter with becoming decency, passed into the chapel.
Pickwick, with his hands in his pockets and his hat cocked completely over his left eye, was leaning against the dresser, shaking his head from side to side, and producing a constant succession of the blandest and most benevolent smiles without being moved thereunto by any discernible cause or pretence whatsoever; old Mr.
(126) The same year, Archbishop of York Edmund Grindal wrote to the mayor of Chester ordering him to halt the city's production of its Whitsun plays 'this Summer & for all times hereafter till your said plays shall be perused corrected & reformed by such learned men as by us shall be thereunto appointed & the same so reformed by us allowed'.
Gonzal 1756, thereunto a little about the voyage of G.
Toward the end and only after William and Mary agree to parliament's declarations, are they declared "King and Queen of England, France, and Ireland, and the dominions thereunto belonging." Shortly thereafter, their majesties agree "to hold the crown and royal dignity," which the bill repeats after William and Mary also agree to protect English "religion, rights and liberties." The bill makes plain that the new monarchs' authority comes from the lords spiritual and temporal and the House of Commons--namely, from both branches of secular, voting, government and not from divine or inherited right.
But children are no believers, nor can be while they are such, because they cannot understand the assent thereunto. Ergo, children ought not to be baptized." (45)