from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as chamber-counselor.
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DOLEMAN, who can act in these causes only as chamber-counsel, will inform us by pen and ink [his right hand and right side having not yet been struck, and the other side beginning to be sensible] of all that shall occur in our absence.
I think ye are catched -- An 'so ye are turned chamber-counsel, are ye?
I think ye are catched — An’ so ye are turned chamber-counsel, are ye?