from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Plural form of chancellour.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
On the chancellours part, the earles of Arundell and Salisburie, earle Roger Bigot, and the earle of
The lord chancellours letters to the shiriffe of Kent.
Longchampe the lord chancellours brother, and William de Stuteuille, the which caused the said bishop to find sufficient suretie that he should not thence depart without the kings licence, or the lord chancellors, so long as the king should be absent.
Richard hauing receiued aduertisements from the lords and peeres of the realme, of the chancellours presumptuous and hautie demeanour, with wrongs offered to diuerse persons, wrote to them againe as followeth.
At length yet he arriued at Douer, where he was by the aforesaid Matthew de Clare first staied, and after taken out of the abbeie by the chancellours commandement, and committed to prison within the castell, where a Noble man that had maried the chancellors sister was capteine.