Keeping his own pace in society, as well as in the Court of chancery, neither satire nor importunity could ruffle or confuse him.
Judge Stephen A. Douglas also appointed him a master in chancery.
There never was such an infernal cauldron as that chancery on the face of the earth!
It is for butlery, as chancery (see p. 88) is for chancelry.
In 1596 restrictions were imposed on the powers of the chancery, and in 1646 the palatinate was formally abolished.
The old brick gateway in chancery Lane is familiar to most Londoners.
Writs, both those of course and others, issued from chancery in the same reign.
No one, who has ever seen them, will forget the houses in chancery.
Like a flash his neck was clipped in the big man's left arm: Josh Perrott was in chancery.
The bill was filed in chancery by their grandfather, Mr. Westbrook.