conduct (n.) 5
escort, attendant, guide
2H6 II.iv.101 [Duchess to Sheriff] thou hast been conduct of my shame
Cym III.v.8 [Lucius to Cymbeline] I desire of you / A conduct over land
KJ I.i.29 [King John to Pembroke, of Chatillon] An honourable conduct let him have
R2 IV.i.157 [York to Bolingbroke, of Richard] I will be his conduct
R3 I.i.45 [Clarence to Richard, of the guards] His majesty ... hath appointed / This conduct to convey me to the Tower [or: sense 5]
RJ III.i.124 [Romeo to Benvolio] fire-eyed fury be my conduct now!