correction (n.)
punishment, retribution, rebuke
LLL I.i.210 [Costard to Berowne, of the 'following'] As it shall follow in my correction
R2 IV.i.77 [Fitzwater to Surrey, of a gage] There is my bond of faith / To tie thee to my strong correction
TC [Ajax to Diomedes, of punishing Troilus] Were I the general, thou shouldst have my office / Ere that correction
TG III.i.372 [Launce alone, of Speed] I'll ... rejoice in the boy's correction