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- n. Alternative form of chancellery.
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One can hardly fault the man for hoping for the same kind of leadership that most Germans did in the face of post-WWI reparations and the Treaty of Versailles, only to find out once Hitler actually held the chancelry that he was a tyrant of the first stripe.
He was surrounded by highly educated men, one of whom was John of Neumarkt, the head of his chancelry.
In reorganizing the imperial chancelry he encouraged the use of German in the imperial documents and thus assured the victory of the national tongue over Latin.
While he was working at it there arrived one day -- it was in November, 1802 -- a patent of nobility from the chancelry of the Holy Roman Empire.
III he was successively appointed governor of the chancelry of Burgundy, councillor of the provincial Parliament, and subsequently president.
Christ 270, was in Florence, the treasure-house and chancelry of the empire, sojourning there for his pleasure; and the said Decius cruelly persecuted the Christians wheresoever he could hear of them or find them out, and he heard tell how the blessed S. Miniato was living as a hermit, near to Florence, with his disciples and companions, in a wood which was called Arisbotto di Firenze, behind the place where now stands his church, above the city of Florence.
By Henri III he was successively appointed governor of the chancelry of Burgundy, councillor of the provincial Parliament, and subsequently president. ”