Origin of chancellorship
Related formsun·der·chan·cel·lor·ship, noun
Examples from the Web for chancellorship
His first preferment of importance was the chancellorship of the university.
When Louis had reduced him to terms he pardoned him and restored him to the chancellorship , but not to his old power.
To-day the Chancellorship is a merely honorary office, usually bestowed on successful politicians.Oxford and its Story|Cecil Headlam
They ought rather to have appointed to the Chancellorship Tirpitz, who, perhaps, believes what he says.
The Mint or Chancellorship of the Duchy would, in the public eye, be entirely below your rank and situation to accept.Memoirs of the Court of George IV. 1820-1830 (Vol 1)|Duke of Buckingham and Chandos